Well, if you are looking for a binary options software to invest with, the One Touch scam software really should not be the one. Before you say that yet again I am writing another negative review, which obviously I am, take a look at some of what I’ve found. Seriously, would you trust someone that has zero transparency, no real proof, and blatantly lies throughout their entire promotion of their software? Go ahead and invest if you don’t agree with me, I’m not forcing anyone to do anything, just sharing my findings and my personal opinion, so here it is.
Product Name: On Touch Scam
Niche: Binary Options Software
Official Website: http://onetouchtrade.co/
As you will see, these guys are no different from the rest. They follow the same crap script, use the same production company, and have basically done nothing to actually provide real proof that this could be a software that can be trusted.
What is the One Touch Scam?
Well, obviously, this is a binary options scam that makes trades on your behalf automatically. They make absurd claims about the profits, give zero information as to how it works, and provide no real proof of these claims.
The lies begin early on.
Watch the first video. At least they have made it easy to control the video so you don’t have to sit through it all which is nice, and it is relatively short.
You ar introduced by Jeffrey Peterson, who, seems to be a numbers guy. He is just a guy that claims to have made money with this software. Only, he is lying.
This is actually Jeff Janoff, actor from Portland, Oregon, where most of these types of videos are filmed.
We first met him in the Quantum Code scam promo video where he was a testimonial actor that claimed to have made a lot of money with them as well. Obviously, now a proven scam, just like this one. Now, take it from here and tell me if you believe anything that comes out of his mouth from here on.
Then he mentions that the system that was developed by engineers at the Investment Institute Gold Campbell Limited. This sounds very fancy until you decide to actually look up this so-called Investment Institute. It doesn’t exist! The only place it exists is in the 2 pages of search results consisting entirely of reviews of this scam.
I would like to note here, that these are NOT his cars. This is a photograph by TIZ Kirb Photography, a photographer that has combined his love for beautiful women and cars and shares it with the world. This image is all over the internet and you will see that here it has been consciously cropped off so you do not see the photographer watermark.
The screenshots from bank accounts accompanied by images of the traders are also lies. This woman is very familiar. Can’t put my finger on it but I am 100% certain she has been somewhere in one of the scams I have reviewed in the past. For the next one I have proof though.
This guy, on the other hand is pretty well known.
Glen Baggerly has been known for his appearances in other scams.
He was the CEO of the Multiplexer Scam.
The CEO of the Profits Infinity Scam.
As well as a testimonial actor in the Wiki Trader scam.
At least they don’t claim a 100% win rate, but 85% is still pushing it quite a bit. Still a rather impossible feat with a scam software such as this.
He then gives you a quick demo of how the One Touch scam software works. You are taken to the software and given an opportunity to see the money grow. Great. Take a look at the top right, the time is 13:21:00 GMT, also, remember the balance of $2500.
He goes to make 2 trades, one for $1000.
The second for $500. First off, you NEVER make such high trades especially when you are trading with a software like this. On top of that, he even recommends you should make smaller investments of $250 per trade! Seriously, do not do that! Always make the minimum trades until you are 100% certain a software can be trusted. If you invest $250 on your first trade, that is your entire investment put into one trade.
Then, he heads to the pool and chats with the girls lounging at the Jacuzzi and returns what seems like a couple of minutes later to check the results from his 2 trades. Remember, he made only 2 trades, one for $1,000 and one for $500. First, the time at the top right is 13:20:43, that is actually over a minute and a half BEFORE he made the first trades!!! He’s a time traveler now!? On top of that, the profit is completely off! With just two trades at a total of $1,500 investment, even if he gets 100% return the most he’ll have in total should not be over $4,000 ($2500 start balance plus a profit of $1500…which is also impossible as no broker will give you 100% return). I may not be perfect at math, but this is completely off. Mind you, when he was making the trades the balance did not go down based on the trades he is making. So, I think it’s pretty obvious that the demo is a fake as well.
The testimonials could shed some light perhaps? Nope, all stolen images as well.
This is an image of a woman shared on Cloudpix.
Here is another one.
This here is actually Alexander Gilkes.
Then there is this stolen stock photo form iStock.
So, what are the claimed benefits of the One Touch scam software? Well, they claim you’ll make $3,000 profit per day guaranteed, though they tried to make it seem like a whole lot more in the demo, and in just a couple of minutes. This is a far cry from the results you will actually see. What I don’t understand is how there is no middle guy such as a broker? They are not brokers, they have not claimed to be and have given no proof to be, so how exactly does this happen? The entire thing does not make any sense at all!
So, the IP address is always an important thing to take a look at.
Though this particular IP has only this one domain on it, it turns out that within the IP range you will find a number of odd make money sites that are also scams. One that really sticks out like a sore thumb though is the Lexington Code scam which I recently reviewed. It seems like these guys have been quite busy. If you dig a little deeper you will see that the Hosting Company/IP Owner Cyber Wurx LLC actually has quite a few sites to their name and they range solely between a number of shady porn sites and a lot of scams. They seem to have a website where they sell their services, but from the looks of it, they work with very specific customers or use this paravan to release and flood the internet with their trash. Either way, considering that there is no legitimate hosting company that would take on sites such as this or the One Touch Scam, it’s pretty clear that they are not exactly the most honest of the bunch.
With that said, I think I have made my point that there is zero truth anywhere on the One Touch Scam website, which I think makes it very easy to say that the software is just like the rest, a complete scam.