The Regal Wealth Scam obviously offers the exact same lies as all the rest, and pushes the exact same end result. For you to sign up with their broker and then watch as you lose your whole investment. This is such a familiar story that at this point I just keep repeating myself with these reviews.
Product Name: Regal Wealth
Niche: Binary Options Software
CEO: Michael King
Official Website: regal-wealth.co
Minimum Deposit: $250
Everything needed to prove this is a scam is there. The fake screenshots, Photoshop, fake testimonials, actors, software used by other scams, and the all-time popular DWD Technologies LLC. I feel like I have covered my entire review in a couple of sentences, but proof is essential so I will provide.
What is the Regal Wealth Scam
This is a binary options software scam as all the rest. Similar to the Lie Detector Millionaire who are also linked to the hosting company, the BO not BS which seems to be filmed by the same production company, and many more. The amount of lies and badly given proof speak for themselves.
It all begins at 9 am.
Both of them are actors. In fact, this woman I have seen in at least 1-2 other scam videos. As I was unable to actually find her profile anywhere I have not saved her screenshot and can’t figure out exactly in which scam. If anyone remembers which scam she recently appeared in please comment below.
He convinces her to stay till 5 and makes some fake Photoshop profits as you only get a quick zoom screenshot of her new profits.
Then you get a bit of insight on Michael King. They claim he has 20 years as lead trader on Wall Street, only he is an actor, he doesn’t exist, and his make-believe office in the Congress Center in Portland only further confirms this.
Let’s get this straight, so far, all similar scams that use various local actors sitting in office have been filmed in Portland, Oregon.
The guy that narrates is Dominic Ward, and he is also an actor, a voiceover actor.
He claims the software has made over $2 Million in profits for him. Strange how for a year he has yet to withdraw any of his profits from his bank account.
But hey, he was broke before that, so why not wait another year so he can say this and show his bank account right.
So, this is the software. Interestingly enough, no dates to show, but from what he says, that’s his account a year ago.
Of course, nice screenshots of his profits gradually growing through the magic of Photoshop.
Notice that dates are missing?
Now, needless to say, Michael King is an actor. At this point, we have received numerous requests from actors from the Portland area that I have revealed with requests to remove their real names.
Unfortunately, as I have told the ones that I DID remove their names, after a warning, it is necessary in order to discourage actors in Portland from taking these jobs. They need to understand that their participation in these scams makes them part of the scams as they are their face. So.
I have no problem with removing Michael Streeter from this review, an actor from Portland, upon request. I want to make sure that he sees this and how his participation in this video has affected others. You can read the full article on Shakespeare in Portland. I apologize Michael, nothing personal.
Now, knowing this continue with the website and try to believe a word that comes out of his mouth.
I believe that the video testimonials in the Regal Wealth scam video may also be local actors from Portland as I have seen them all before in various other videos, but they are not from Fiverr. They have appeared in other videos filmed in Portland.
Virtnext used this exact same little clip when discussing their imaginary team.
Just a hint, the Regal Wealth Trading Group does not exist. It is not registered.
This screenshot was taken Sunday, near midnight, but Sunday, with VERY active trading and signals. How do they continue when the markets are closed?
So far, so good. No truth has come. The real question is who is pulling the strings.
Who is Behind the Regal Wealth Scam
To start with, the whole talk about how this software has been around for years, nope. Not true. The software is web based. In this case, it’s on the same domain as the website promoting it, not a different domain as most are.
The website was released on the 11th of May in 2016. Not sure exactly how they have been using this software to make a lot of people money. It’s the same story over and over again.
It gets more interesting when you take a look at the Hosting Company. None other than DWD Technologies LLC that have been behind numerous other scams. These guys are notorious for hosting scam websites.
In this IP range there is another scam website called GPSTrader, of course, hosted by DWD Technologies LLC.
Along with these, they have hosted numerous other websites that I have revealed to be promoting scam software that does nothing more than lose people’s money.
There are many scams out there and I recommend you read into them carefully before you invest. I have recently done reviews on several of the most popular scams right now that are on fire. People are falling for them every day, only to realize their mistake when it’s too late. Take a look at my Drexel Code, Daily Trader Club, Insured Outcome, and Daily Income Society reviews. I am not asking you to trust them 100% or to believe me, you should always have your doubts and always dig deeper and question what you see and read. Just be careful out there and do not fall for scams like Regal Wealth and others that are painfully obvious.