With so many scams out there and so many people looking for a way to make money online, it’s no wonder you ended up at the Quantum Cash Machine promo website. In fact, they have put in a lot of money and effort to make sure you get to their website, where they claim only a few have gained access to. See, if at any point you have shown an interested in making money online or binary options, your email is added to a mailing list that is sold time and again to various scam artists that create promo websites like this. Then, with major email blasts, you begin receiving email after email of the latest scams out there.
Product Name:Quantum Cash Machine
Niche: Binary Options Software
Minimum Deposit: $250
See, they don’t have a special software or algorithm that makes you money. Though a software may be put in place, it does nothing more than randomly trade your money. The truth is, they are after your investment with their “preferred” broker as a new trader. This is how they make their money, by getting a referral fee from the shady brokers that they send new traders to. They don’t care about the software or how you will do with it, once you sign up and make the investment they get their money and ditch you. Not only that, at that point, they have your contact information in case you weren’t already in their mailing list. Expect your email to be filled to the brim with spam. You will lose your money.
What is the Quantum Cash Machine
Well, from the looks of it, the website has been down the last 24 hours which is why I wasn’t able to get much image proof for the article. I was lucky enough to have had access to it while it was still open to look into it and check out whether it is worth your money. Unfortunately, it is nothing more than another copy/paste scam website with the same recycled information, promises, and actors. It’s completely pointless to waste your time and money on it.
The website promises you will be making $10K in a week, yet the inconsistencies begin right off the bat with a promise of $12K in a week. These types of profits are rather farfetched and I highly doubt you will even make it one week as your money will be quickly traded away.
Another thing you immediately notice is how familiar the CEO, Chris Barnes, is. In fact, it wasn’t too long ago when I did a review of a scam software called ProfitsforPatriots, where the exact same actor is featured under the name of Douglas Ward. The same guy, in the same office, wearing the same suit. I wouldn’t be surprised if they did the video on the same day. I am not sure whether this guy is a Fiverr actor or a Portland actor, but he is an actor 100%.
Perhaps the real creator doesn’t want to show his face? Ok, regardless, considering the success he boasts you would expect to find him somewhere online, a social media account, a financial news clipping, an alumni, anything. See, he doesn’t exist, that’s why the only place we can find someone by that name connected to this software is solely in the numerous reviews, all mainly negative.
The video overall is rather long and boring. Aside from repeating himself over and over again, making lame promises and absurd claims, you will gather zero useful information. It is a waste of time.
In the website they continue to try and convince you to sign up by offering a number of users with their bank accounts next to them. This may seem impressive, but it is nothing more than another marketing gimmick.
This guy here seems to have made a whole lot of money, the problem is that his name is so obviously Photoshopped into the bank screenshot. Not to mention the fact that he is a stock photo.
Just a quick search reveals that this guy is easy to find and far from the real Roger Brent, if such a user of this software even exists.
Here is Amanda Morison, another claimed trader. Not only is the date of the statement so far off, but as a whole, the individual does not exist, at least not as a trader in this software.
She is yet another example of a stockphoto. In fact, you can look up any photo in the software promo website and you will see that every single individual is in fact fake and a stock photo.
All in all, the entire promo website that is trying to lure you into going from step to step until you are pushed to invest a minimum of $250, consists entirely of lies. There is nothing that can be a confirmed truth anywhere in the website. None of the testimonials are real, the creator is a fake, the claimed profits are absurd, not to mention the numerous inconsistencies. There is zero proof that the software is effective or that there is any chance of it actually making you any profits.
The software itself is nothing more than another rip-off. It is the same software that has been used numerous times in various other scams and has been proven time and again to be consistently a waste of money. A quick search in forums and in comments in the reviews reveals that so far not one person has been successful using this software and no one has actually made profits. All in all, you will find numerous complaints and questions as to how to get their money back.
Do not fall for the Quantum Cash Machine scam, you will lose your investment, your email will be filled to the top with spam, and you will waste your time trying to figure out how to get your money back once you realize that the software does not work.