The guys behind the Fintech Profits scam seem to have very little imagination it seems, because their scam is an identical copy of so many others out there. Though, by the time I finally got to reviewing this scam their promo video was removed by the user, I did manage to find some screenshots made by other reviewers and would like to reveal a bit about them. All in all, this is shameless scam that has the sole goal of luring traders to invest with their recommended broker and grab the referral from them and run.
Product Name: Fintech Profits
Niche: Binary Options Software
See, scams like this usually don’t even have an actual system to behind them. They are nothing more than a promo page with a fake software page that just leads you to their “recommended” broker. There is no profitable system. Once you invest your money you are done, no logging back in, you just have to make do with the broker they recommend and hope for the best. The problem is that usually the brokers that work with scams like these are scams as well. In the end, even if you manage to have some profitable trades on your own, you’ll never actually be able to withdraw your money.
What is the Fintech Profits Scam?
Honestly, there is no way to actually find out. The fact is, there is absolutely no information on the website. A lot of words, but nothing that is actually informative. One thing I did find is that they are very inconsistent with the promised profits, and certainly, you will find zero contact information. At the top of the promo page they promise $550 a day, but this changes throughout the website.
As I mentioned, unfortunately, by the time I finally got to this review they had removed their videos. As you may know, I base a lot of my reviews on their claims in the videos as that is basically what lures the traders. Generally, there is a lot of talk about becoming rich, usually a sob story of how they made it and how hard their life was before that, and finally the wild promises of flashy cars, mansions, vacations, and a comfortable life. Promises, guarantees, and plenty more with the sole goal of making you dream big and really hope you’ve finally found the solution to all your problems. Only, they have just begun if you’ve decided to invest with a scam system like the Fintech Profits software. At the end of this review I will discuss several images I found online as being screenshots of this website prior to the video being taken down.
It seems they’ve got themselves some fake testimonials and promo text that really gives no information, it’s just filler. The first and third images seem to be testimonials from users claiming to have bought a Ferrari in just 37 days of using the system (a bit more than the initially claimed $550 a day right?) and the other about a dream wedding.
The first video is actually from a blog post from 2013 by a guy named Elliott Caras who discusses owning a Ferrari.
Then you’ve got some information on the software, but nothing actually useful that actually proves that it really works. To the right are scrolling screenshots of the system. They seem to be different at first glance, but the only difference is the list of signals getting shorter and longer, everything else is the same. Just more filler and flash.
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Things don’t improve at the second step. The video, once again removed by user, provides zero information. Now, I am almost certain that a video WILL pop up eventually unless they have completely given up considering all of the negative reviews. Still, keep your eyes peeled as they may be working on creating a new one as from the looks of it the one that was removed was actually recycled.
Once again, a major profit increase as you get closer to actually investing. Of course, what’s a scam without a bit of a push on time and spots right?
Once you finally reach the FAQ they get their footing again and make more realistic claims, though even over $1000 a day is quite a long shot.
I was quite interested to see if there is even a system behind this scam, and now I am almost 100% convinced that one does not exist as of yet. You are redirected to a popup in front of what is supposed to be the actual software, but cannot close the popup and are redirected to the broker.
After a bit of tweaking I managed to remove the pop-up, only to reveal an empty page that further proves the fact that no such system even exists.
The Fintech Profits Scam Videos
As I mentioned above, the website videos were removed by the user, the good thing is that there were others before me that have managed to get screenshots before this took place.
The video seems very familiar and from the looks of it is another Portland production.
As it turns out, the video they recycled is from a scam quite a while ago called the Daily Income Society scam. It consists of a number of Portland actors and plenty of lies.
The truth is that this is actually Kevin S. Martin, actor from Portland.
Of course, same goes for the rest of the actors in the video including this guy.
Here he is in the same video acting for the Daily Income Society. Now, considering that there is no way for them to get this video footage clean without all of the logos for the previous scam, I am led to believe that the same people behind the Daily Income Society and the Fintech Profits scam are the same. Considering how old the Daily Income Society scam is (early 2016) they may have been hoping that people had forgotten about it and recycled. Of course, especially those that were scammed won’t forget and they have caught them red handed for recycling the video, thus, why it is removed.
I think it’s pretty clear that the Fintech Profits system is a scam and not to be trusted with your hard earned money.