When it comes to the Code Fibo Scam, the only thing you need to do is look up the domain and see that they are connected to numerous other scams. There is zero effort put into covering their tracks and the truth that they are nothing more than scam artists. It’s easy to research scams like this and you can confirm all that I note here yourself. As I always say, don’t take my word for it, do the research on your own and see for yourself.
The goal of scams like these is to simply get you to invest with a broker and leave you with a software that doesn’t work. Just check the other scams that share the same shady software and see the results.
About the Code Fibo Scam
The truth is that unless you know that this is a binary options automated software scam from the get-go, you probably won’t find out until halfway through the video, and still, indirectly. They don’t put a lot of effort in telling you about how exactly you will earn these claimed profits, mainly because they themselves don’t know how it would be possible. The software links you direct to a broker and you must invest (for most its minimum $250) in order to start earning. You expect the software to make the money for you, but what it does is it loses your money and you have no one to contact and to complain because they have disappeared into thin air.
The videos, the website information, and in general, the whole scheme has zero truth to it.
Watch the First Video
The claimed excerpts from various financial media websites is fake. You can check it out yourself and see that none of them even mention this scam artist or his software.
The scam artist? In fact, he is nothing more than a cheap actor from Portland, Oregon.
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He was in the Portland production for the Binary Interceptor Scam as a tester.
In another Portland production he was featured as the CEO of the well-known scam Virtual Income. I usually try and find the identities of these actors in order to reveal that they are exactly that and should be named and shamed, but with this guy, for some reason I cannot pin him in any of the talent agencies.
Regardless, I think it’s pretty clear considering his participation in other scams. When it comes to everything else he promises from this point on, you know it’s a lie. When you start your first sentence with a lie, what can be expected? With that said, you will not make $6,900 a week, though may surely lose that much if you invest it.
This video was made for this website. You will not find it in any social media posted by this website or this company, in fact, the video is set to unlisted so you cannot even search it.
Though he claims that the software is already being sold in the video and that people are already testing it, the truth is that the software is not even linked yet. Though it may be at some later point, I guarantee you 100% that it will not look like that.
What he missed in the video is that she actually has to invest $250 in order to trade. Would you give your money to anyone that says you’ll be a millionaire within a year just like that? No proof, no foundation, nothing.
Trust me, there is zero transparency.
Usually software like this and trading graphs have dates, in the case here there are no dates or clock. This would give us too much to observe and prove that this demo is nothing more than a fake.
There is no proof of the software through this demo. They simply show screenshots of the balance increasing. They show no trade history and if you observe the increases in balance ($250 to $294.33 to $397.58) with the trade volume being set to $100 you know for a fact that the demo is fake.
Not sure how a Fibonacci number has anything to do with trading, but the word sounds cool right?
More smart words, surely he himself doesn’t even know what he is saying.
Their math is proven to be completely off, either that or there is serious inconsistency with the profits, claimed investments, and results.
Here is an actor reading a script telling you how he earned money, yet he continues to work as an actor making cheap videos.
So, I checked the Appster site, even sent them an email. Nope, haven’t heard of this scam.
Nope, not from there. Not the lead programmer.
Just, try and do the math here. Seriously, try and figure this one out and tell me does it add up to you and sound logical?
The software will never be sold. They will disappear within a month or two when enough people realize that it’s a scam.
There are no news articles, there are no links, there is nothing anywhere in real media actually talking about this guy or this scam software. Try and click on any one of the articles or information about the professor. Try searching some of the titles. NOTHING.
There is no Facebook account that actually has these comments and posts. The individuals on the right are stolen images from personal profiles and blogs.
Watch Video 2of the Code Fibo Scam
Yet another actress. Remember these faces? You may have seen them in other scams, you may see them in the future again. It is obvious that they are reading a script and that they are not real people that have experienced this software.
Since the software never really started up for me, I am guessing at this point it is not released yet in full or there is a problem with it right now, I cannot continue with my review. Still I found something quite interesting.
Who is behind the CodeFibo Scam?
I think the proof that seals the deal is the IP address and the Hosting Company. This hosting company, DWD Technologies LLC is known to release some of the most notorious scams out there. They host mainly scam websites (though since I first started pointing this out they have added several non-scam sites) including many that I have reviewed in the past.
A quick look at the IP range of this scam you see that it is connected to other scams such as the Fast Cash Club Scam, Compound Trader Scam, and more. You can check other scams that are linked to this hosting company. The fact is, the Code Fibo Scam is going to disappear in a month or two, the question is whether they will disappear with your cash.