It’s pretty clear that the Step 2 Wealth system is a scam from the moment you land on their promo website. They provide little to no information, a video that cannot even be paused, and plenty of lies to lure you in. Typical for such scams, they avoid getting to the point in hopes of you getting impatient and entering your email before you watch it in full. There are a whole lot of promises and lies such as the absurd claim that you will be making $10K a day. This is not only impossible, but it’s a crime that they even try to pull it off.

Product Name: Step 2 Wealth

Niche: Binary Options Software


This scam is the same as all the rest. Unlike the rest, though, they have put in very little effort. With a video that lasts over 20 minutes they fail to provide even a drop of real proof and information on the profits you will be making. This is just another scam that is developed with the sole goal to gain referral fees from shady brokers that don’t care where their new traders come from.

What is the Step 2 Wealth Scam?

Well, it’s pretty clear isn’t it? This is a binary options automated trading scam. Though, if you have little experience with such, you probably won’t notice because they don’t really get into details until you are already quite bored with the video and have already moved on. In fact, they don’t tell you that a minimum investment of $250 will be required until towards the end of the video.

All in all, it’s just a typical scam however you look at it.

 Watch the first Step 2 Wealth scam video with controls.

The video begins with several Fiverr actor testimonials.

Meet QualityDan1, a hired Fiverr actor for video testimonials.

Here is another Fiverr actor.

Meet Autopilot30, testimonial actor on Fiverr.

This lady may not speak perfect English, but she is rolling in the money with her fake testimonials on Fiverr.

Meet kafaee.

Another Fiverr actor.

Here he is on Fiverr . ALL of them are Fiverr actors, though some are on vacation right now or have removed their accounts and cannot be found. Each has made money from lying to you.

Then you are introduced to Richard Williams. You never see his face or confirmation that he even exists. This is a voiceover actor, the name is fake and specifically chosen because it’s a popular name.

Of course there is a push for spots, 10 to be exact. They claim a $10k a day profit which is impossible. Period.

Now, seeing that its $10K a day average, with anywhere between 22-24 trading days in the month, I am not sure exactly how they came up with $360K per month and $3.6 a year. Someone has serious problems with their math skills.

Now, you can do the research on your own, but I guarantee you that this scam Step 2 Wealth hasn’t been around since before January 12, 2017, when this website was first registered.

Then you get an interesting demo which reveals that this scam is identical to numerous other scams out there. The system itself is absolutely the same, so what makes you think that the results will be different.

I just want to make it clear, that the domain at which this system is said to be, is not registered, no one has ownership over it. With that said, the math doesn’t seem to add up on their profits either. With a claimed impossible 98% win rate, I really don’t see how any of this in the demo can be real. History has shown that this system is easily manipulated to give you results you seek specifically for a demo so as to lure people easier. When in truth, it just does random trades.

The rest of the proof is through a number of emails that are read out loud. Now, do I need to go into detail how these could easily be fake and provide zero proof?

So, even though the system is 100% free for the first 30 days, once the trial ends you will be paying 5% from your profits. Reasonable enough right? Only, your money won’t make it 30 days, within the first week it will be down the drain.

Watch the second Step 2 Wealth scam video with controls. Here you just get more lies about signing up, investing with their “trusted” broker, and lies about how you can withdraw anytime. Once you invest your money, you will never see it again.

They also go on to say how this system is not advertised at all, no paid ads, only that is completely untrue. They pay a lot of money to review websites to send them the newest victims to sign up for this scam. Essentially, the only person NOT making money from this is you, the trader that went into this with the sole goal to make money.

After you pass the first step you are given a bit more than just a video with more lies. You are given 5 more video testimonials all, once again, done by paid Fiverr actors.

For proof, meet Graingerpiano, a paid Fiverr actor.

This basically covers the information you are provided from this scam. From this point on there are no steps or registration form as with other scams. Perhaps their contract with the scam software has ended or they are in the process of setting it up. Either way, this is a useless system that you should not waste your money on. With zero real proof, a bunch of lies, impossible win rate, and absurd profit claims, it’s nothing more than the newest scam.

Don’t believe the fake positive reviews that are littering the internet these days. They have invested far more into fake reviews and comments than the actual system. There is nothing real or profitable. The Step 2 Wealth app is a scam and I wouldn’t waste a penny investing into it.

Anna Georgieva

Hello, I’m Anna Georgieva. After getting scammed with a Binary Options Trading System I decided to take my experience and do some good with it by sharing my knowledge in order to help others make informed decisions on where to invest their money. I follow the latest software releases and write honest reviews based on my own experience and in depth research revealing the latest scams and possible trusted software that is safe to invest with. Enjoy my website and please contact me if there is a Binary Options Software you would like me to review.

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