Ok, although I am getting tired of reviewing these Method websites, it seems they keep coming out and The SAFFA Method scam is the latest. There are several versions of this, beware. I have managed to find at least 2-3 links for this so-called software and honestly, I don’t think they are all linked to the same developer. At this point anyone looking to rob people of money is creating a Method site and copying from each other. There isn’t really that much to copy though. They basically use the same video for all the scams, they use the same template, same face as the CEO (though they change his name every once in a while), and same testimonials and posts.
Product Name: The SAFFA Method
Niche: Binary Options Software
I won’t be surprised if more and more websites pop up. The truth behind it all is that they are all scams. There actually isn’t even a software! It takes you straight to the broker, you invest, and that’s it. At least, that is from my personal research. However, if a software does magically pop up somewhere, I guarantee you that you will not get what he guarantees you.
What is The SAFFA Method Binary Options Scam?
Well, this software is basically advertised for being able to trade binary options automatically. You invest money with the broker and then the software makes trades for you based on, well, something. They claim algorithms, but there is very little to back this. This website has been reused so many times that at this point I have lost count, but it is certainly far from original.
It is the identical website with very slight differences from other scam such as…
The Oxford Method Scam
The Aussie Method Scam
The Brit Method
And many more.
Now, many have been recycling the video, using the exact same video for their scams, while others have given it a twist by changing up some of the testimonials or the voice-over actor. Regardless, the script is the same, the promises are the same, and in general, your losses will be the same as well.
Watch the First Video
There are several sites for the SAFFA Method scam so I have chosen one of them to review. The rest have very minimal differences, if any.
The testimonial actors are all Fiverr actors. Some are recycled from the very first video while some are new. Unfortunately, many of the older actors I cannot find anymore as they are no longer on Fiverr. This guy is one of them. He has been on several older binary options scams and if you have been following my blog for some time you will know him, but he is no longer on Fiverr.
This guy also seems very familiar but obviously wasn’t way too popular with scams as it’s not a regular face you would see in them. This too is an old Fiverr user.
I do want to point out that for the most part the screenshots do not have dates on them. There are a few in there that move very quickly in the screen and do show the dates. Interesting how they are from June 1st, 2015. This is over a year ago. Though the domain was purchased in 2015, it was not released until December. Not to mention the website was not actually complete and marketed until after March.
This guy is an obvious one. He was in every single Method video just like the first one. He was also in a number of other scams as well. He has since disappeared too, perhaps karma has caught up with him as there are rumors he is in jail overseas, though that is not confirmed to be true.
Another screenshot from over a year ago.
This one has been around for some time but this is the first that I come across her.
She has been busy though. Meet weisoft. Needless to say, their testimonials are all fake and lies.
The same old script again. No specific amount, just hundreds of thousands of dollars. Please.
Do I need to even note here that you will not get $10,000 paid out if you don’t make money with this software? The whole promise is so general that you have absolutely no chance to fight this.
The screenshot of his bank is no better. Of course, it’s pretty obvious that the name is plastered on there. What this proves exactly I don’t know because I can make a screenshot like this in under 2 minutes.
The demo, if that’s what you would call this, is even more absurd. Basically, another 2015 example from before the domain was even purchased, with a total of $250 in a broker account.
Then the balance just keeps going up. This is from the first day. Impossible profit.
By the 5th trading day the amount is completely absurd. There is absolutely no way that you can make that kind of profit, ever, with that initial investment.
This is even more absurd. Think about the kind of money you must be bidding per trade in order to get a $10K payout! Just for a moment.
The rest of the website is just as shady. This guy here is used for nearly every single other scam Method out there. The name changes slightly based on the location, but they use this exact same image in each one.
The message as well. Not sure how it’s possible to have identical testimonials, conversations, and CEO faces for each of these, really.
Just a quick search on Facebook or Twitter reveals that these are all fake.
Second Video – the video link is taken direct from the website. Only the name is Irish Members. You can tell the difference by the change in accent. How many accents does Jake have!?
Though he won’t want your credit card, the broker will. Are you ready to risk $250?
On the second step there is an option to view statements of various users. All, of course, are fake and they are all lies.
Not to mention that each has already appeared in every other Method page as well.
Here is the second one.
The last guy. These are obviously stolen images from people’s profiles and then cropped to such an extent that it’s impossible for google to find the original. Regardless, the mere use of these faces numerous times in numerous other scams is more than enough proof.
Lastly, the 3rd step takes you direct to a broker. I was assigned For Option but surely they work with several depending on your location. You never see a software, you never even get proof that such exists. The only way you MAY see said software is if you risk your $250.
Here is proof that the domain was registered on the 2nd of December of 2015, it wasn’t updated until March 6th, 2016 (they usually don’t do many updates which means that this was when the actual website was developed and released, though I have no proof of this to confirm 100%).
Though for the most part the reviews of the SAFFA Method scam are primarily negative, you may still find some fake promo reviews which you should avoid and ignore as they are no more than affiliates. I do not recommend you use this software and do believe that the SAFFA Method is a scam.