There is little difference between the Orion Code Scam and all of the other scams out there. The whole thing is completely identical to several other scams also filmed in Portland, Oregon, so much so, that if you simply change the names, you won’t know which scam video you are watching. This Portland production reuses not only actors and locations, but entire scripts. What makes you think that this scam is any different form all the rest that have been proven time and again to rob money?
Product Name: Orion Code
Niche: Binary Options Software
Official Website: theorioncode.com
The fact that they have stopped putting effort into the whole thing altogether is insulting. If you are going to try and lie to people and rob them of their money, at least make it look as if you’ve put some effort into it. The entire website and video consist of hired actors, recycled information, stolen images, and fake screenshots.
About the Orion Code Scam?
I think it’s pretty clear that this is an automated binary options scam that has one single goal. To lure you into investing your hard earned money with a shady broker of their choice. The broker gets a new trader to harass, the scam developers get a fat referral fee, and you, well, you get the short end of the stick and lose your investment. That’s more or less how it all works. They lure you with promises of riches, a better life, and luxury. They have it down to an art.
The first few seconds of the video are more than enough to reveal that you’ll be seeing and hearing the same old lies all over again. Though identical to quite a few scams out there, there is one that it basically copies 100%.
As you may have guessed, you are forced to watch the full video without any controls, which is why I provided the link above.
Like I said, the video follows an identical script to another scam.
The scam it copies word for word is the Quantum Code scam, of course, I think it’s pretty clear that he is not called by any of these other names.
Who is Edward Robinson? Well, he definitely was never on Forbes, that’s for sure. He is a fictitious person payed by an actor.
There are no real screenshots and no real users.
The “regular” people he is talking about are stolen images or heavily cropped stock photos. Nothing more.
This is the first and last time this bet comes up, and trust me, if you lose your money, you will never see that $1K he is betting. Check the terms and see for yourself.
The claims that this man, sitting at that desk, Edward Robinson, is the CEO of Orion Code is a complete lie. Not only is there no company by that name registered anywhere, but this person is an actor from Portland, Oregon.
His real name is Charles Wall. Just another actor hired by this production company with the sole goal to make this scam seem more reliable, without much success.
The only thing that is truth here is that this software really is 100% automated. From that point on its all lies. The software cannot possibly work 24/7 as the markets are closed over the weekend, goes to show how much they really know about binary options. Also, a 100% accuracy is impossible, period.
Not only is this an obvious Photoshop, considering the obvious difference in the fonts, but is he really trying to pull off these types of profit claims? Not to mention that this software didn’t even exist a couple of months ago, let alone in 2006.
Not to mention the fact that the Quantum Code scam had this exact same screenshot as proof for their lies.
The system didn’t even exist back in 2006! These guys are just more actors from Portland.
The Skype call is scripted, following the same script as the Quantum Code scam. This guy, or kid, is also a local Portland actor.
Just like in the case of the Quantum Code scam.
He tries to give you a demo of the software, but fails horribly.
He claims an hour has passed yet in the Market Data bar the time has barely changed. This is just a quick change in the code and magically the balance is increased.
Once you have gone in the Orion Code scam members area there is little to see. You will find some fake proof of users and their profits, but a quick search reveals that these are all heavily cropped stock photos and stolen images that were used time and again in numerous other scams.
Here is an example of one.
This one is no different. The rest? You get the same results. Images that have been used and reused in various websites for fake testimonials and identities.
The other videos were uploaded on YouTube. The last one, “How it Works” video, was uploaded on Vimeo revealing a bit more about the scam artists behind the Orion Code Software scam. Above you will see highlighted in yellow “user” followed by the user number that uploaded this video.
The video was uploaded by a profile under the name of Mark Doherty. This profile is known for uploading some of the most notorious scam videos out there, all interconnected and very similar. In the list of videos uploaded were the Quantum Code scam videos as well as many more. Unfortunately, they have been reading my reviews and made all of their videos private, covering up their tracks.
It’s good that I take so many screenshots and use them for proof. Here is one I took a while back before they realized that their videos were visible. This profile has uploaded videos for the Perpetual Formula Scam, the Azure Method Scam, the Dubai Lifestyle App, Quantum Code Scam, Obcasio, the Jarvis Formula, and of course, the Orion Code Scam software. I think it’s pretty clear that there is little to trust when it comes to anything released by this profile.
The software itself is nothing new. It is just another scam promo page for the same scam software that has been littering the internet for quite some time. It has been known to lose traders profits and make random trades. So far, I have yet to find one person that has made any profit with this platform.
All in all, the Orion Code software is a scam like all the rest, every piece of proof they provide further points as this being the only conclusion.