Here we have ourselves another typical binary options scam with the Nuvo Finance binary options system. This is a scam that is just 3 days old (released February 7, 2017), and they have already littered the internet with numerous fake positive reviews all paid for every single new trader they deliver these thieves.
Product Name: Nuvo Finance Scam
Niche: Binary Options Software
Below I will provide you solid proof that this is nothing more than another lame binary options scam with a promo video filmed in Portland, Oregon with cheap actors, stock photos, excessively used useless system, and links to a number of other scams and famous scam artists.
What is the Nuvo Finance Scam?
This is a binary options robot that trades for you automatically. What you don’t know is that the sole goal is to get you to sign up with their “preferred” broker in order to get a fat referral fee and ditch you to lose your money. The system is not unique or profitable, only their badly made marketing website claims so. From that point on, all you can do is lose once you invest your $250.
Of course, as usual, it starts with a video that cannot be controlled.
Watch the first Nuvo Finance scam video with controls. Here you will meet several actors and hear plenty of lies. What you WON’T see is any real proof of profits or any real explanation of how this system really works.
So, you are led to believe that the person in the video, Peter Millen, is the CEO of Nuvo Finance, but the truth is that this is nothing more than a Portland actor.
After much research and watching many of his videos and images, I discovered that Peter Millen is actually Chris Benham, actor from Portland.
Now, let’s get one thing straight. These guys have been around since February 7, 2017. There really isn’t much history to go by, let alone the lies he is spewing! It barely got released! What six months!?
Trust me, this software is already available for the public, and will stay free (or at least losing your money with it will be free). It will never sell as it won’t last more than a month before they mysteriously disappear with everyone’s money.
No scam video is complete without fake testimonials. Here we have another actor from Portland.
This is actually Lisamarie Harrison, actress.
The “screenshot” you are given is from a broker called OptionMint that haven’t been around for quite a while. See, they overlooked removing the contact phone number, regardless that they swapped out their logo and added the Nuvo Finance logo in the screenshot. First off, Nuvo Finance is not a broker, hence, I am not sure why they even have their logo placed in a screenshot from a broker page, second, the broker no longer exists.
Not to mention that the second screenshot of her earnings a week later look strangely familiar. Check the Reuters bar, notice how it has 100% identical information as the screenshot from a week before? Need I even mention the fact that this system didn’t even exist at that time? Anyone notice the profits for a week, exaggerating a bit don’t you think?
The same goes for Mark’s screenshot. They may have changed the dates, but still overlooked some important points, like the dead giveaway of the Reuters bar.
THIS is the original OptionMint page featuring the Investment Packages. You can clearly see the big difference in the fonts used in the name and balance when compared with the fake screenshots.
We’ve got ourselves another actor. Mr. Will Slate is just a hired actor that has actually had experience with acting for binary options scams before.
Meet the man behind the name, Eric Martin Reid, a Portland actor.
Now, the software is far from original. In fact, over the last couple of months, this software has been advertised numerous times under different scam names from different scam promo websites.
They are really quite inconsistent with the potential profits per month. First its $17K, then its nearly $200K for a week, they just can’t make up their mind.
On the same website you are shown a screenshot of one software, then another later on, leaving you wondering exactly what you are getting yourself into. Seems like they couldn’t make up their mind and decided to go with both of their “patented” systems.
I think it’s pointless to even say this, but all of these are stolen stock photos that are heavily cropped and flipped horizontally to make it difficult to search.
The guy from above was also used in the Virtnext Scam a while back.
You can buy the stock photo HERE.
Watch the second Nuvo Finance Scam video with controls.There really isn’t much to see there though.
So, what do you think? Another happy user? Nope!
Just another stock photo.
A very quick and easy search proves that they have NEVER been featured or even mentioned in any of these major financial media outlets.
Wait, on the previous page they had a screenshot of a different software, now they are presenting you with a completely different software. Both scams and completely useless, may I add. Both have been advertised numerous times in the past.
Watch the third Nuvo Finance scam video with controls.Not much to see here either though.
Well, you finally reach the system, and what do you know. Its familiar.
The Genius Profit Initiative scam claimed it was their original system not too long ago.
So did the Rubix Project. What makes you think that if you invest with it now there will be any difference than the losses people saw with this software in the past.
Although the promo page domain seems to be clear of being linked to any other scams, I discovered that the actual system domain has some serious issues! With the popular IP address of 126.96.36.199, I can link this software to MANY other proven scams.
Just at first glance you see that it is linked to 4 other very well-known scams and one popular scam artist.
Further research and digging reveal that this is just the tip of the iceberg. There are hundreds of them. Just off the top of my head, scam websites I have reviewed that have a system that shares this same IP are the Lucrosa Scam, Royce Code Scam, Gemini2 Scam, Tanaka Scam, Quick Cash Method Scam, the Azure Method Scam, and the NEO2 Scam, but there are plenty more. The fact is that Nuvo Finance is a scam, with zero truth or proof, you can expect only to lose your money!