I found the Leaked Profits scam recently and once again, am not surprised to find another copy scam. They are putting less and less effort into these things lately. They jump from one scam to the next and change very little. As in with this case, though the video is different the website is almost 100% identical, including their claimed proof, to another popular scam.


Official System Website: https://leakedprofitsapp.co/

Minimum Deposit: $250

Of course, it’s pretty clear that it’s a scam when you first start the video and realize that in the first couple of minutes not one truth is said. The rest of the website does not hold up either. It’s completely useless to even try the system because if they can’t seem to get one fact straight, what makes you think that their claims that its profitable are true?

What is the Leaded Profits Scam?

This is an automated binary options robot scam, which I think is pretty clear to those that have experience with binary options. Those that have never heard of them will probably be intrigued by their lies, and that is the goal. They claim that you will make at least $1250 a day, guaranteed, which not only is a major feat, but the mere fact that they guarantee it screams scam loud enough. Not to mention that they are very inconsistent about the claimed profits throughout the video.


Watch the first Leaked Profits Scam video with controls.


If you click the YouTube logo on the video in the website you are taken to the video link. The first thing you will notice is that the video was uploaded by a username Wealth Crew. This may sound familiar as I recently did a review on this scam, with their video uploaded by the same YouTube user.


You can confirm this by opening the Wealth Crew Scam Video that was uploaded onto the Wealth Crew Scam website.


That same YouTube user also uploaded the Hexa Trader Software scam video for the Hexa Trader website. So, right off the bat, we have a direct connection to two other confirmed scams. If this doesn’t turn you off, there is plenty more.


After a grand introduction you are introduced to the “Lion of Wall Street” Frank Bishop. Well, aside from him being familiar from other scams, I think it’s pretty clear he is an actor. A real bad one at that, almost fell asleep going through the video.

It then continues with a whole lot of lies about him being a best-selling author, and how great he was on Wall Street, and how must have heard of him. All of this is easily check and confirmed to be a lie.


Of course, the news article from CNBC does not exist and he was never mentioned EVER.


There is no such book, and he is NOT a best-selling author. Just look it up.


Then there are the fake testimonials.


Our first Fiverr actress is gennipher.


Then there is our famous Fiverr actor that never misses a beat in a participating in scams.


This guy is Fiverr actor dtp1987.

The video continues to claim that the Leaked Profits scam has over 1000 members (who we never really hear from as all testimonials are fake) and has the impossible win rate of 97.2%.


Then there are the fake screenshots.


Like this recycled screenshot from the Hexa Trader Scam. Here you will notice they have changed quite a bit, not more than switching a couple of numbers around and giving the name a face lift, but they overlooked the date and exact time the screenshot was made. This screenshot has been recycled numerous times in other scams including in the Rubix Project.


The Discover screenshot is also recycled.


Here they got super lazy and only changed the name from Hexa Trader (as it has been done numerous times with other scams) to Leaked Profits. Everything else is identical. This I also found in the Bahama Trader scam.


I don’t even know where to begin with this scan, can’t find it anywhere but I am sure it will surface again.

Then he continues with the lies, claiming that to use this software the minimum capital to use the software is about $300,000 and he is now opening it for a select few for free. Had this been true, we would know about it, trust me.


Then we get a demo, if that is what you can call it. Before I continue though, I would like to point out that this scam software has been promoted numerous times before the Leaked Profits scam and is proven to be completely useless because it always makes losing trades.


I don’t want to go into detail as to how absurd those times in the trade history look, but I do want to point out that under Trade Positions and under the button Open Trades you clearly see “Hexa Trader History Trades”. Obviously, this has nothing to do with the Leaked Profits scam. This is a direct copy from the Hexa Trader Scam.


The next fake screenshot was also recycled with very little effort put into concealing that it’s from another scam.


A direct copy from the Hexa Trader except for the credit total, thus changing the balance slightly. The Banking balance and the Banking Plan are identical.

Of course, as they get desperate towards the end of the scam the potential profits increase drastically, with claims that even these absurd profits will improve as more updates are made. In order to seem more legitimate they are not giving this for free forever, no, he will be earning money after the 30 day trial period ends. After that retail price for the software will be $499 per month. Only, no one will ever see this trial period actually ending as they will lose their investment within the first week if not sooner.

Watch the Second Leaked Profits video with controls. You won’t find anything useful in it, but in case you are interested.


They have been smart enough to cut out any fake weekend trades, but  what I noticed was how few trades there are per day. Again, all of the times perfectly ending in 00,  and the total payout (not profit) in a single day not exceeding $150.


Finally, you reach the last step and are eager to see the software, which by now we know is the same scam software we are all very familiar with. Then you are greeted with this. The page is NOT secure, regardless the badges they have stuck under the billing form. They are asking you to basically give them your billing information and $250 without agreeing to any terms, with zero security on the page, and absolutely no information as to what broker you will be connected to or if you will even see a software past this step.

DO NOT ENTER YOUR BILLING INFORMATION. Seriously, if you value your time and money always carefully check any site that asks for your billing information. There is no use in even attempting to go past this point to actually see the Leaked Profits scam software because its crystal clear that their connection to the other scams, lack of information, and straight up lies will lead to nothing but lost investment and losing trades.

Anna Georgieva

Hello, I’m Anna Georgieva. After getting scammed with a Binary Options Trading System I decided to take my experience and do some good with it by sharing my knowledge in order to help others make informed decisions on where to invest their money. I follow the latest software releases and write honest reviews based on my own experience and in depth research revealing the latest scams and possible trusted software that is safe to invest with. Enjoy my website and please contact me if there is a Binary Options Software you would like me to review.

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