I mean, seriously, don’t even visit the Online Wealth Markets scam website, it is a complete waste of time. What happens is you visit, it seems quite attractive. No typical auto-start video, no wild numbers being thrown at you, not push marketing as with many other similar “software” out there. Only, once you do try to sign up you are simply taken to another scam that starts from the beginning trying to convince you that in fact THEY are the best way to make money online. Not to mention that the new scam you are taken to has absolutely nothing to do with binary options.
It is very odd, perhaps they are in the process of updating their website, perhaps they have yet to connect a software to it, whatever the issue is, they are giving themselves away as scammers by linking to obvious scam websites.
I mean, like I said, at first glance it seems like a place to learn how to trade binary options that offers a free trading signals software that trades for you as well. It all seems so simple and straightforward, yet provides absolutely zero information at the same time.
The lies don’t take long to catch up though. This software or the website have never been advertised on any of the media outlets that they claim in the website. A quick and simple search reveals that this is nothing more than a lie.
It all seems like a complete direct copy from similar sites that offer the same services. Of course, mainly also scams. They focus on telling you how they will teach you in a matter of a one-on-one coaching call and the various resources they claim to have. You get zero information as to where their software gets the signals, nothing about the people that will be training you and their personal trading successes, and absolutely zero visual proof that a system even exists.
They do mention the brokers they are supposedly working with. Right off the bat I want to note that if you do go through with this, somehow (as at this point you are redirected to a completely different scam website that isn’t even in the same niche) please look into the numerous complaints about Banc de Binary. They are known to avoid withdrawals at all costs and many traders have been burned.
The only general idea you are given about the kinds of profits you may make and the possibilities from using the Online Wealth Markets scam is the above image. A very plain, useless, and unconfirmable list of gradually increasing balances. There is no information as to the time frame, nothing about the trade history, just gradual growths up to over $40K.
I have to admit that in testimonial irritated me the most because there are plenty of stock photos out there that they could have used, but they decided to recycle. I am not going to go digging into the past of previous scams I have reviewed, but both of these stock photos have been used at least 2 times in other scams.
The original photos of both, however, were initially stolen from a template called Orquidea.
So, what happens when you try and click the “Get Started” button? You get redirected, that’s what.
Before I go into the scam that you are redirected to, I want to reveal who the video is uploaded by. You can see the highlighted in red area. This is actually the link and USER ID of the profile where the video was uploaded. The user is 49109856 in Vimeo. The video itself is unlisted so you cannot open it direct from the profile.
User ID at the top confirms that this is the profile, George Montagu Brown, that has uploaded this video.
Onto the video. I will not go too much into detail because this has absolutely NOTHING to do with binary options or trading. This is in fact a cheap scam to make money through advertising.
So, basically, the idea of the Online Wealth Markets website is nothing more than a scam to lure you into another scam so as to earn more clicks and boost advertising. I have looked into the history of the domain and it seems that this domain has changed its image several times. From a website advertising a software for making money through various ads and clicks that encourages you to sign up and buy a package that will ultimately earn you lots of money to the now binary options scam that they are advertising.
It could be possible that this scam has yet to be completed and they have not connected a software to it just yet, which is why it leads to the other website, but that is certainly no excuse. In fact, it only provides further proof that whatever is to follow and whatever software it leads you to, it will most certainly be a scam. Association with other scams only proves that they are not honest and most certainly not going to be looking out for your best interest. From the looks of it, at this point the only reason this website is up is to use the typical marketing trick “bait and switch”.
If you like, visit the website, see for yourself, but if you ask me, don’t even waste your time. You will find absolutely nothing useful on this website and will most definitely not get rich from these scam artists. The Online Wealth Markets binary options scam is not something I would recommend to anyone.