The Quantum Code Scam is no different from the numerous other scams filmed in Portland, Oregon. It’s just another typical binary options scam that tries to lure unsuspecting traders that have no idea what they are getting themselves into. The scam is targeted at those that have little to no experience with binary options and even less with online scams. The goal? Get them to invest their money with the preferred broker.
Product Name: Quantum Code
Minimum Deposit: $250
With this scam, a lot of money has been invested into trying to make it look legitimate. If they had perhaps actually learned a bit more about binary options, they could have pulled it off. But their lack of attention to detail and major inconsistencies in their claims, not to mention the numerous actors, has only proven that this is just another scam.
So, What is the Quantum Code Exactly?
Well, I think it’s pretty clear that this is nothing more than another binary options scam claiming to trade for you automatically and make you absurd amounts of money. The website is relatively new and their claims of profits since 2006 are impossible as this software didn’t even exist back then, not only that, but if it had been as successful as they claim, we would have heard about it by now. There is zero proof, zero transparency, and zero chance of profits.
They go as far as claiming that you can make up to $2 million a month, which, I think is needless to say impossible with a software like this, let alone with a minimum investment of $250.
Watch theFirst Quantum Code Video with controls.
The man behind the software, Michael Crawford, is a fictitious identity. He does not exist. There are no social media profiles or proof that anyone by this name is connected to this software or company anywhere online except for the numerous reviews.
He is actually actor JasonGlick, from Portland, Oregon. I think it’s pretty clear that no one has ever written about him in Forbes or any other financial magazine.
First, this list I can write up for you in 5 minutes. It is all made up information that shows zero proof of real profits, second, do you really believe that these types of profits are possible per day?
Don’t count on that $1000. Don’t let it warm you. If he loses the bet, no one will be there to hand over that $1000.
For the first time I see that a binary options scam is at least on point about the markets being open 5 days a week. Unfortunately, the win rate of 100% is 100% impossible regardless of the speed of trading.
I am really trying to figure out what he is trying to say, only it simply does not make any sense. When it comes to binary options it’s all about understanding the market and knowing what direction to go. Speed is important, but it’s not the only important point.
His genius tech is actually another actor from Portland, AndrewHarris.
He is also known for his role as AustinFord from the SnapCash Binary scam.
The testimonials in the video are also fake.
This one is done by actor Dan from Portland.
This same form of testimonials via “Skype” (basically reading a script into the camera claiming to be on Skype) were also popular with the Perpetual Formula Scam. Not only that, the two scams actually used nearly identical script.
Here is another Skype testimonial actor.
Meet JeffJanoff, another Portland actor. A closer look at the video and you clearly see that both of them are reading scripts, not actually talking on Skype.
The scrolling time in the Market Data shows the time of Deposit in the demo.
Then, as the screen changes to show the zero balance and then the deposited amount you see at the top right that time is nowhere near 13:00.
Not only that, but once the money is deposited, the time disappears altogether.
Then, jumping back in time back to 13:00 he gives you a quick glance at the trading history.
Then, without any idea of how much time has passed, no list or information of trades or bid per trade, you are given a balance of over $3.5K. Zero real proof that any trades even took place.
Watch the second Quantum Code video.
The “Real-Time” traders section of the website claims to show you real traders and their results, only the names are all mixed up, the images are all stolen, and if you have researched other scams in the past, it is likely you may have seen this faces before.
There is another demo of the software. It focuses mainly on depositing your investment and the options that the software has. The information is inconsistent, the brokers change, and the video is uploaded by a popular profile on Vimeo that is known for uploading scam videos.
Though at this point, all of these videos are now set to private and you cannot see any of them listed under this profile, they are still there. There were videos uploaded to this profile for the Drexel Code Scam, the Azure Method Scam, the Perpetual Formula Scam, and the Brooks Blueprint Scam software. You can easily find a link to all of these videos by checking out my reviews of any of the above scams.
One would think that with all that promoting at least they would have a quality software behind it all. Unfortunately, the software that is presented is nothing but another scam. This software has been promoted time and again under various names. The only difference from scam to scam is the color scheme of the software and the logo at the top. The rest? All random trades that only result in losses.
Don’t waste your money on the Quantum Code Scam software, if you are looking for a quality binary options software make sure you know the signs of a software pushing you to sign up with their preferred broker and a software that is really developed to help you get results.