Here we have ourselves a typical binary options scam with the Hydra App scam robot. It’s almost immediately clear that you will be fed a bunch of lies the moment you land on their homepage. You are greeted with the classic scam video that cannot be controlled, plenty of lies, and impossible profits. It is absurd to even hint at the fact that it’s impossible to lose with any system considering that it’s far fetched to even claim an 80% win rate. Still, plenty more that gives them away.
Product Name: Hydra App Scam
Niche: Binary Options Software
This is a classic example of a binary options robot scam. It has every single sign of it. From the auto start video with no controls, the repetitive lies they feed you and dream life they promise, the actors, low quality production of the video, fake testimonials, and plenty of absurd claims that are not only exaggerated, but impossible.
What is the Hydra App Scam?
This is just a binary options software that makes binary trades automatically for you. Though they claim the signals are carefully calculated to give you impossible 100% win rate, they are in fact just random trades made with a delay, and lose 90% of the time. The sole goal of this scam is to lure you into signing up with the recommended broker and investing a minimum of $250. Of course, it won’t end there as the broker will aggressively harass you into investing far more than that. In the end, the developers of this fake software will get a fat referral fee for every person they lured into signing up with the broker and you lose your money with no one to complain to. Ever wonder why they won’t let you use an existing account with a broker or choose a broker rather than have one assigned and require that you sign up with a new email if you’ve already got an account? They are looking for NEW customers, not existing ones.
Aside from the fact that the brokers that these types of scams are connected to are just as bad, its very low to try and lure people with zero knowledge of binary options. See, anyone that has any experience with binary options will clearly see through their many lies. First, they claim that you will be earning money 7 days a week. This is the first fact that proves that they obviously have no idea how to trade binary options, have never traded binary options, and their software is completely fake. Binary options cannot be traded over the weekends, and anyone claiming you will be making money over the weekend obviously does not have a quality system in place that gives you realistic signals. They also make hints that they are a broker, yet they are not, all the while focusing on marketing the software. This is yet another sign that this is obviously a scam and they have no idea what they are talking about.
Watch the first Hydra Software Scam Video with controls. Although you won’t find anything of use there. The video is over 20 minutes long but consists of information that can be said in less than five. They simply repeat the same information over and over again, use aggressive marketing tactics, and feed you a whole lot of lies.
Everyone you will see in the video is an actor, the locations are rented by the hour, and so are the vehicles. There is absolutely zero reality in these types of videos. Abraham Epstein does not exist, at least not this particular individual. You can easily research his name and you will see for yourself that he is nothing more than an actor and a fictitious name. These days it’s impossible to not leave an online trail.
Now, considering that this software has been around for such a short time and yet they claim over 1000 successful traders weekly, by now we should have heard something about it. If it really is this successful (which, it definitely is not), trust me, you would have heard about it in some way rather than an aggressive mass marketing email that you probably received.
Then of course, there are the testimonials. You can do a quick search, just as I did, on the images that are in the website and will see that they are all stolen images from other websites. These are all stock photos that are used for testimonials in websites for everything from web design to trading software. Widely used, it’s impossible to follow the trail to where they originated from, but it’s very clear that these are not real individuals that wrote these testimonials.
Today everyone is on social networks, and if there really are so many users and so many testimonials, you would be able to find them in their Facebook page or other social media. Only, this scam software does not have a page on any social network, and no real comments anywhere on them except for complaints in the forums.
If you do a quick search online and do manage to find positive reviews of the Hydra App Scam, know that they are all fake and paid. The people writing positive reviews of this scam are affiliates of the system where they make a whole lot of money promoting scam systems such as these, getting a fat referral fee for everyone that is redirected and signs up. You will see that there are zero facts and even less proof of them actually trying out the system and having solid proof of its success. The truth is, if you read all of their reviews on similar systems you will see that they are 100% identical with just the change in system name.
The fact stands, scam systems like these will pop up every day, period. The important thing is being able to tell which ones are scams, and which can be trusted. Any system that has zero real proof, focuses more on push marketing than facts, and is trying to “sell” you a free system that will make you a millionaire with a whole lot of lies like the Hydra App Scam, is obviously not worth your time.