There are so many similarities between the Jarvis Formula scam and numerous other scams released over the past year that it almost seems like you are watching the exact same thing over and over again. From same Portland production company, same actors, very similar script, identical screenshots and software, to the same lies and promises that they can never live up to, this scam is no different from the many scams out there.
Product Name:Jarvis Formula Scam
Minimum Deposit: $250
Upon visiting the website with the simple Jarvis link, it would not open. The moment I found a referral link it was back in action. Once at the website you are given no further information than an empty promise of $278,430 every month and a video that lasts over 30 minutes. You cannot control or even pause the video, making it absolute hell to actually go through. After playing with it for a bit I was able to regain control and give you the highlights.
What is the Jarvis Formula Scam?
This is a binary options robot that trades your money automatically. You make an investment of a minimum of $250 and then it trades binary options for you. In the video you are introduced to the CEO, Paul Jarvis, played by an actor from Portland, and walked through his fake luxurious life.
All in all, the entire video is a lie, there is absolutely nothing honest or truthful anywhere in it.
A quick look reveals the user that uploaded the video into Vimeo.
This is the popular user Mark Doherty profile that has been known to release a number of similar scam videos.
They’ve gotten smart and made all of their videos private, but this is what the profile looked like not too long ago.
So, who is Mr. Paul Jarvis? Before I tell you, I want to note that no company under the name Jarvis Formula Incorporated exists, anywhere.
This is the same actor that played the role of Cory Drexel in the Drexel Codescam, there are a lot more similarities with this scam though, as I will reveal soon enough.
You have never seen him in any newspaper, EVER!
This scrolling screenshot is his proof almost throughout the video. He uses it for his proof lately, his proof when he does both of his fake demos, and his proof when he introduces you to his team and they show him the recent numbers. ALL identical.
Before the demo he makes an effort to show today date, November 11, 2016.
Only, notice that the date is NOWHERE in the demo???
Notice the time though, 18:34, it will come in handy when he claims 5 hours have passed.
Five hours later, again no date. Just the software. Remember what it looks like, because in the end you are in for a surprise.
They have obviously gotten very lazy because they have used the exact same screenshot that the Drexel code used in their demo. The same script as well. With a few simple changes and they are set.
So, 5 hours have gone by and he’s made some splendid profits, only, wait, its 19:21, not even an hour later. Obviously making those changes to the screenshot took them a while right?
Here is the kicker. Remember that screenshot of trades I told you to remember earlier. Here it is again. Even better, check the date. It’s from the 20th of October, 2016! What was the point of him proving today’s date when he’ll contradict himself in a couple of minutes.
The thing that proves this is a scam is that he claims that it has a 100% win rate, which is 100%impossible.
What is hilarious is that he leaves and lands at the same airport. Where was he going anyway? I never got the point of the whole flight scheme, it proves nothing.
The secretary is an actress as well.
She is Jane Geesman and I am almost 100% certain I have seen her in another similar scam.
Considering the software itself, not this promo page, has been up since November of 2016, I find this a bit impossible.
The first testimonial is also a Portland actor.
Meet Emery Frazier.
Yet, another Portland actress.
Meet Alysse Fozmark.
Here is the progress of her profits. Over $40K in the first week, unlikely. Take a look at the scrolling stocks and the time, they seem to be ahead of time by about an hour.
Then BOOM nearly $200K in a month. But wait, the scrolling stocks and time above are off again, this time they are late almost an hour. There is only a few seconds difference between the last screenshot. This only proves that they have simply quickly changed the time and balance in the code of the page to make these breathtaking profits, all lies.
How kind of the man to give her a giant check.
The same giant check he gave to Kari in the Drexel Code Scam! The check number and profits are identical, notice also how the account information at the bottom also matches? Sad, really that they have been this lazy.
Though I am also 100% certain she is a Portland actress, I think I have proven my point. I think what’s more important here is again, the check number, how much it is for, account number, and even the name!!
Would you look at that. This Portland actress received the exact same check in the Drexel Code scam! They even share the same name! How unbelievable!
The last one is a favorite of mine. One that I like to name and shame every chance I get as he has a habit of showing up on scams too often.
This is Gary Powell, another Portland actor.
He is known for doing a testimonial for the Obcasio Formula scam.
As well as the Nesdek Scam.
It seems like they have gathered the stars from numerous binary options scams and thrown them into the Jarvis Formula scam video.
Here isErik Newsom, another Portland actor.
He is famous for his participation as the CEO in the Plentitude Formula scam.
As well as the Dream Profits scam.
I will not waste any time finding the actors form the team, but will note their faces for further proof when necessary.
Now, he is handed a paper with the latest trade history of the profits the software is making.
Here we go again, the exact same list of trades scrolling that he has been using throughout the entire video.
Another guy from the “brew crew” who is a local actor.
He claims that he will show you another demo of the software, but it’s the exact same demo from when he was on the plane. The time in the Market Data is identical.
He’s just made a quick change to the profits, nothing new to see here.
What independent auditing firm would this be, because from the looks of it, all of the statements and transactions proof have proven to be fake.
Finally, when you reach the last step you think, finally. Let’s see this software. Only, you are asked to enter your credit card information right then and there. You are not notified of the broker and are not redirected to their page. You are forced to make your investment in a page that is not secure, meaning your personal and billing information are at risk.
By entering false billing information you are redirected to the software page where in the video he has the audacity to actually encourage you to borrow from a friend or a family member if you have to. SERIOUSLY! Do not do this! If you do not have money to trade binary options, DO NOT TRADE because they are risky and there is a high chance of you losing your investment.
The software is familiar. Used by numerous other scams out there with a simple change in the logo and color scheme, it has been proven to be a complete waste. It is useless and loses all of your money.
Just to note, as I mentioned above, the system domain, not the promo page which can be argued why it is more recent, was registered on November 10th, 2016. Meaning it’s impossible that they have been trading without a loss over the last 3 years.
So, I think I have provided more than enough information proving that the Jarvis Formula is a scam, look over the information and see if you can find any truth anywhere in the website.