Here we are again with another binary scam called Dream Profits. These guys try to pull it off by calling it a survey half the video and the other half revealing that the survey is after 60 days and you need to use their software first, making “big”profits of $4250 a day, every day, for life. This is repeated so many times in the video that at one point you actually start repeating it with the actor.
Of course, there is absolutely no way that you will get paid $4,250 by tomorrow morning with this software, I mean, survey.
Of course, if you are inexperienced with these types of scams, by the time you realize that its not just a 3 minute survey you are already hooked.
This guy here is the software spokesperson offering you this scam. He claims to be Matthew Warner.
Only, it turns out he is an actor called Eric Newsome from Portland, Oregon that hasn’t had a decent payday in quite some time, so he’s taken up shady jobs like this.
Visit his profile in his agency HERE.
Did I mention that this shoot is located in Portland, Oregon AGAIN!? Lots of binary options software coming out of there lately, like, ALL of them!
Then there are the absurd numbers in profits of people that have been members for approximately 24 hours, the lucky 15 from “yesterday”.
Then he tells you about Alejandro Mendez, a famous trader.
Who in fact is a real person, as per the image, only it’s the Brazilian Billionaire Eike Batista.
Read the full article.
He even claims that the software will cost $5997 set up plus $559 per month in 60 days when it goes public. I can tell you right now what will happen in 60 days, this website will disappear, and the scam artists will be robbing you with another one.
Of course, because becoming a millionaire with binary options is THAT easy! Anyone with experience with binary options and scams will see right through this.
I love it when they use the word transparent so loosely. Perhaps those millions could go towards a dictionary.
There is no logic about the way he makes money with this. NONE. Where exactly does he get that profit from? The only way he will make money is by convincing you to make a deposit with the broker in order to get paid a nice fat referral fee.
The demo is a complete joke. It actually shows nothing at all.
There is no information as to the actual rates, I saw no option for trade history, nothing really.
Just, hey, lets go in here, click auto trade, set investment per trade at $25, and then boom, you’re rich!. Only, you don’t see any real information or facts.
Now, he says auto trade, not trades, so there was 1 trade. What confuses me is with investment per trade at $25 how is it possible to make a profit of $42.94?? its not possible to get a payout on a trade that is higher than 100%, in fact, the highest payout I have seen is 98%. This is actually something that will never happen and is completely impossible as you can only double up your money, not increase it by nearly 200%. Just to note, $347 was the balance BEFORE he put in the trade, that number never actually changed until he got the profit. The inconsistencies are overwhelming.
Still, I could be wrong, but what worries me is in the next sentence he basically claims a 100% win rate. Here I know I am right. There isno such thing. Ever. The moment someone says 100% win rate, run!
Wel,l that’s a sly way of going around the facts.
I am seriously getting confused here. Which software will be downloaded? The software from the demo or this one?
He does mention several points as to how it works, without actually telling you HOW it works. But he does note you can’t lose money with this software.
The live trades are out of date by about 20 days, but maybe no one is live?
Moving onto the next demo where the investment is $175.
What’s interesting is that their math failed them here as well along with their knowledge of binary options.
Honestly, there is so many inconsistencies, that I really don’t know who would really fall for this if they have experience with binary options and similar scams. Still, fair warning to those that were considering the Dream Profits software, this is a scam!