Here we have ourselves a classic case of a binary options scam with the Forex Maverick Scam. This is a typical binary options scam software that they are trying to pull off as original, but is nothing more than just the newest scam on the market. Just landing on the page should be enough information to see right through it. Auto video that you cannot control with actors from Portland, Oregon, a whole lot of lies and fake profits, and plenty of completely impossible promises.
Product Name: Forex Maverick
Niche: Binary Options Software
This is nothing more than another one of those typical scams that is run by the same people that are behind the many other scams out there. Just a waste of time and money.
The country up top changes depending on where you are located, to make you feel like a specially chosen trader. The video cannot be controlled so you are forced to watch the entire thing, or, as they hope, get tired of it and just enter your information. This first step is already a mistake if you provide your real email address. This means your mailbox will be filled to the brim with spam as your email will be sold and re-sold as part of numerous lists for people interested in trading and making money from home. There is no escaping it.
Now, the first video, as I said cannot be controlled, but I have found the original link where it was uploaded. So, watch thefirst Forex Maverick Scam Video with controls if you are interested.
You are first introduced to Mari who they claim is a first-time user of this scam software. Only, she isn’t even using the software or logging into it. She is an actress.
Mari is actually PatBoyle, actress from Portland, Oregon.
Your first glance of the system is rather interested. What I find odd is that they are obviously in the US, Portland, to be exact, they are trading in dollars, yet the date is written in European style. Anyone from the states would be quite confused.
Then, just looking at the system itself. It provides zero information, nothing about the trade, what you are trading, what the open and close rates are, nothing. If this is what they call an automated trading system, they really need to consider investing a bit more into it. But, ok, we’ll go with it. Unfortunately, this is all you see of the actual system. See, the thing is, once you do go through the sign-up process, you are redirected to the broker without ever getting a glimpse of the system. In fact, I doubt there is even a system out there. The goal is to get you to invest your money, period.
See, if you do a quick search there is no firm called Forex Maverick out there. With a claimed history of 7 years one would think they would have left a trace somewhere out there, especially with the way they talk about it. Only, it doesn’t exist, just another lie.
This joker here, Mr. Charles Newman, is also an actor from Portland. It’s impossible for him to have used this system for the last 12 months because it never existed prior to February 7, 2017 when this page was created. Seeing as there is no actual software that you are redirected to, just the broker, I don’t think it even exists beyond this fake promo website.
The good thing is they don’t claim millionaire anywhere on here, but still, this absurd amount is impossible with a software that does not exist. Once they finally do connect a software (as I am sure they will eventually), it will be the same scam software that so many scam websites have been promoting. Just a change of name and color and they’ll transform it to the original Forex Maverick scam.
So, who is this white haired guy Frederick King? Well, he is certainly not the CEO of Forex Maverick as we have already established that no such company exists. He is in fact another local Portland actor trying to make a quick buck by selling his soul to these scam artists.
So, for the guy above he made just over $100K, but is making $20 Million in the claimed 7 years that this system has been up and about for that one client alone. Do you understand how absurd this is!?
Then we are given a list. A list with very random names with very random numbers about the wild profits people are making in just months! Going back to what Charles Newman was saying, it seems he got scammed seeing that some people are making double of what he made in a year in just 2 months! Of course, this list is a completely made up list of random names. There is zero truth to this list and absolutely no way anyone can convince me that this Excel spreadsheet is not completely made up.
Then you are introduced to a number of actors claiming to be users. These fake testimonials are done by actors that are local.
These are not Fiverr actors as one would think when first seeing them. You’ll spend days searching for them but they won’t be there. These are local Portland actors made to look as if they are doing a quick testimonial using their webcam or phone.
As I want to get this out to you as soon as possible, I am going to update it shortly with updated proof that these guys are actors and their profiles. Just like the rest in this video, they are a lie.
Watch the Second Forex Maverick Scam Video with controls. Unfortunately, you won’t find anything but more marketing here. Just pushing your buttons about living your dreams and how to sign up.
Looking further into the website you realize that even though this system was not up until the 7th of February of this year (just a little over 10 days ago), their current “Live” account is from 2014. Don’t get me started on how absurd those numbers are!!! How exactly is it possible for you to invest $235.25 and get a payout of over $15K? It’s not improbably, its physically IMPOSSIBLE. What more proof do you want.
The Forex Maverick Scam App FAQ continues the lies. With absurd “guaranteed” profits of $5,000 and impossible 100% accuracy, you cannot get further from the truth. Not to mention the claims that you will be making these types of profits “every single day” which is also a bit over the top considering that the markets are closed over the weekends.
There is nothing true about this scam. Everything to do with the Forex Maverick website is a scam, don’t fall for it!