There are different types of scams out there, or at least, different ways these scams are presented to you such as with the Duplicash App. This scam gives you the “social” approach where you are given an opportunity to follow leading traders, only, you have no idea who these traders are, whether their information is correct, and if they really are successful. Considering the amount of lies presented to you in the marketing website, what makes you think the information in the actual system really is accurate?
Product Name: Duplicash App
Niche: Binary Options Software
This scam has a several step process until you reach the system. In these steps you are presented with a bunch of lies and inaccurate facts. Videos that lack real information, fake testimonials, and a whole lot of marketing gibberish.
What is the Duplicash App?
So, you learn from the website that this system basically duplicates trades by leading traders. The better they trade the higher the ranking they get. Only, you don’t even know where they get these traders from. As you cannot trade completely manually in this system, it seems they are from somewhere else, but where? There are a lot of inconsistencies, a lot of missing information, and plenty of lies.
The first page you reach consists only of text. Text that is rather useless and inconsistent. They claim that this is the first social network for traders and non-traders, only, there are plenty other similar pages out there, many of which are scams. They push marketing tricks such as how you will benefit from professional traders knowledge and make up to $1000 a day, though, obviously, there is no way to actually set the amount you will make per day as this depends entirely on the amount you bid per trade and how many trades you make a day. Throughout the website the profits are inconsistent, with claims such as $500 every five minutes, $1000 a day, and even upwards of $10,000 a day, it’s pretty hard to believe. The man behind the scam is called Eduard Mason, though, I highly doubt this is even a real name because the man as they present him in the images in the promo website is just a stock photo.
With claims that there are over 2 million traders is also absurd. Considering that this is a relatively new scam and the fact that should it really be a profitable system it would have been all over the place and well known by know if it has so many traders, this is an obvious lie. I have searched high and low and any real background and information from traders that I found was all negative.
You are then introduced to Eduard. Further down I will show you that this is not Eduard that is pictured, it’s just a stock photo. Nothing in this website is real, what makes you think that the claimed profits and successful traders are?
This here is nothing more than blank vector image that was Photoshopped to say what they want you to believe.
Let’s get one thing clear, there is no person by the name of Eduard Mason on Facebook matching this description. This guy does not exist and neither to any of these videos. These are all paid testimonials reading a script, you can clearly see this by following their eyes as they read it out loud. Just more lies.
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This is yet another stock photo that was Photoshopped onto a background, just like all the rest in this scam promo site.
Then you are introduced to his friend Steve Van Der Glas that introduced him to this scam. Once again, yet another person that DOES NOT EXIST!
So, this is Steve Van Der Glas, as per the video. This is also the image used for his Facebook profile picture.
Only, the truth is that this is nothing more than a stock photo.
What I am trying to figure out with his account is why does he have zero funds in his account when you look at the balance on the left and only one “Duplication”, yet he has over $300K in his balance. Everything about this screenshot is fake.
You are told you will be following leading traders. Let’s get one thing straight, you will not be duplicating the trades of any of these traders.
Like I said, all concerning their social accounts is fake. None of these comments and Tweets exist.
This is the only Facebook page I found for this scam and it has only 25 people that like it. With lies that there are over 2 million is absurd considering the lack of interest it has on social media.
Then you have the fake demo of the system.
Although it’s supposed to show the possible profits, it only just shows that they are liars. A lot of effort was put into making sure to show that this is how the system works, but they overlooked one tiny detail. In the beginning the demo begins with 7 duplications (although he JUST created the account and invested $500), and then, once the demo is over and he reveals the final profit, the number of duplication is still 7. Although everything else in the screenshot has changed, it doesn’t look like any trades were even made.
Here is our main man Mr. Mason again making empty promises and telling lies.
And, here is his stock photo.
Now, again, they have put in a lot of effort into this scam and made sure to avoid all possible signs that you will be robbed or that they have no idea what they are doing. One thing you will notice though as you scroll through the trade history of these fake accounts is that the Entry and Expiry rates are all very familiar and rounded. You will see the same numbers repeated over and over again. In total about 10 which are just mixed and matched throughout the history.
All in all, there is zero real proof of the Duplicash Trading System SCAM actually working, in fact, there is more proof of it NOT working.