The SnapCash Binary scam is no different from the rest out there. They have used the same crap video style, the same lies, and the same fake software that does absolutely nothing. Overall, it’s nothing more than a means to get you to share your personal information so you get harassed with future similar scams and to get you to invest a minimum of $250 with their recommended broker. Their profit? Well, they get another name added to the mailing list they sell to other similar scam artists as well as a nice fat referral fee from the broker for sending them another new trader.
The scam features the same type of fake screenshots, a number of actors, and of course, the lies that have the ability to lure even those familiar with similar scams. With promises of big profits and easy money it’s understandable that people are falling for this.
What is the SnapCash Binary Scam?
This is a scam that tries to convince you that they can guarantee fast and easy cash by means of trading binary options. They offer a fake binary options trading robot that does all of the trading for you and all you have to do is invest the minimum required by the broker. From that point on, they get their referral fee and you are left with a software that only loses your money.
Basically, it’s an ineffective automated robot sold to you by an actor that interacts with other actors in the video all the while providing you a number of fake screenshots.
Watch the First Video with full controls.
So, who is Austin Ford? Actually, he is definitely not the founder and creator of SnapCash Binary. Actually, no such company even exists. This guy is nothing more than an actor from Portland, Oregon.
You can view the professional portfolio of Andrew Harris HERE. No, it really doesn’t look like him in this picture, but a quick search reveals that it in fact is him. I actually feel kind of bad outing him like this because in my research I found that he is quite a hilarious actor and has quite a talent, only he is wasting it and giving himself a bad name by accepting jobs like this one.
The screenshot is obviously complete bull. There are no dates and the name can easily be altered if you know simple code even in websites such as the Bank of America online banking page.
Here is when I realized that this is a scam that should be avoided. The screenshot of the software is none other than the typical scam software that is used numerous times with the many scams I have reviewed. This is nothing original and nothing worth your time.
So, he gets out of the car and walks around looking for people to try out his software.
Here is the first one. I admit, I did not put in too much effort looking for the extras in this video, but I am 100% certain that she is also a Portland actress.
So, the claims are that you will make $5K a day which is an absurd profit with a $250 investment.
Here is the second guy. He was actually much easier to find.
He is actually Adam Davis, another actor from Portland. You can confirm this by viewing his reel in his website.
The mere fact that he even suggest that there is a win rate of 96% is enough to convince you that this is a complete scam. Such a high win rate is impossible.
The testimonials in the website are no better. All of them are stolen stock photos that have been so heavily cropped that it’s near impossible to find them.
I did manage to find one such stock photo.
Watch the Second Video with full controls.
Need I mention that this is a production rental per hour as with all the other luxury houses, offices, and vehicles (sometimes even airplanes, helicopters, and yachts) that appear in all the other scam websites.
Now, here he mentions that the software is to be downloaded from an email that you will receive once you have entered your email in the first step. Only, I know well enough that the software that they showed in the screenshot is only online based. This is confirmed later on.
More fake stock photo traders and fake proof.
Hanna Janz is nothing more than a stock photo.
Another stock photo.
It seems that every other review has managed to find this stock photo as well.
So, above he mentions that the software is to be downloaded, only in the FAQ they clearly state that an installation is not required as the software is online based. It’s also interesting how they are pretty open about the fact that they get a commission from the broker, they only overlook the point that they will completely dump you the moment you make an investment and no one will care that you are losing your money with their software.
The IP is always important with websites like this. Though many tend to cover their tracks well, there are some, such as these guys, that overlook that they can easily be connected to a number of other scams that they have released.
From the looks of it they are also behind the Free Money System scam, the Lucrosa Scam, and have had a hand in the Cash Camp Scam and more. You can confirm this here.
When you combine the fact that there is not one honest word said in the entire website, including the video, and the mere connection to the other scam websites, I think it’s pretty clear that the SnapCash Binary software is a scam. Don’t waste your money on it, do not enter your real information if you want to explore the website so you don’t get bombarded with spam, and steer clear of the other scams it is connected to.