The Super Simple Bot scam is among one of the well-made scams visually, only it wasn’t done with brains. Unfortunately for the developers, they have overlooked some very important points when it comes to covering their tracks, which has led to the reveal of who is really behind it. Quite unfortunate really, as it definitely looked promising, and is one of the only bots out there that actually gave you an opportunity to test-drive the software which was nice.
Product Name: Super Simple Bot
Niche: Binary Options Software
Official Website: supersimplebot.com
Minimum Deposit: $250 (depending on which broker you select)
What is Super Simple Bot
This is a binary options bot that receives signals for the trades to make. You can either use auto trading or manual trading, though they recommend automatic. It seems simple enough, and the website actually looks like its very promising, which is why I am rather disappointed. I thought I would be the one software I would consider trying, only further research has proven that this is just another scam.
They make it very clear what the bot is. There are no auto videos and there is plenty of information. No reveal of who is behind it, no testimonials, nothing that can be traced in any way. At least not on the surface.
It is claimed to give you great results and claims to have a near 90% win rate and basically win you a lot of money without any effort.
The website has one promotional video that basically gives you a very quick introduction into what to expect. Plenty of empty promises and even more lies, but regardless, it’s still shorter and better made than most, for which I applaud them. Perhaps if they put in as much effort into an actual trading software that really works as they put into the marketing and website, they may have gotten at something.
I have to admit that up until the point in the video when they said that the trading robot is 100% profitable, I was leaning towards actually investing some money and trying it out.
The Second Step of Super Simple Bot
The website is very simple, and once you go through the FAQ (which provides more or less the same information as the min page) you have basically covered everything. Then you sign up, select your broker, and are taken to their software page.
You are given the option to deposit money or try out their demo. You can either trade manually by selecting the signals on the right or click auto trade. You are given demo funds of €1000 to test out the software and see how it works. So far so good right. I mean, isn’t this exactly what we were looking for all along?
Of course, I had to give it a shot, not realizing that it is actually Saturday, when, of course, all markets are closed. Interestingly enough, their bot that is supposed to give you a real life experience of how effective it is continued to trade. In reality, it was at this exact point that I started to backtrack and re-read everything to see exactly how I had been fooled.
In addition to RBOptions, the software works with a number of other brokers. Though some are actually registered, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they are a good selection. Many are relatively new brokers, unregistered, and already have numerous complaints about them, while others, though registered and older, as still avoided by professional traders due to their shady tactics.
Who is Behind Super Simple Bot
Aside from the lack of creativity in the name, I was actually quite surprised who the bot was linked to. This is mainly considering that this guy actually runs a binary options and forex review website! I mean, if anyone, he should know the red flags of binary options scams.
The way I was able to link this website to his profile is by simply following the video on the website.
Visit his YouTube page HERE. Obviously, the guy in the videos and the guy in the profile picture are quite different, not sure what his game is, but everywhere you look online by name or by image you will discover that this guy professes himself as the all-knowing master of binary options and making money online.
Here is the video on the official website that leads you to the Valforex profile.
The videos are uploaded to YouTube profile Valforex and the website Valforex is advertised in nearly all the review videos, which of course, nearly all are negative except for the one for Super Simple Bot.
Of course, considering that he has released a scam such as this, this makes all of his reviews in general completely pointless as his final point has become obvious. Attract attention with his negative reviews only to release his own scam based on his experience reviewing others. If he had only payed attention to the scams he was reviewing.
Considering the number of social network profiles, the various insights he posts, and reviews using this name and image, I am guessing that it really may be him. Regardless, the recent action in his Google+ Account and Facebook Account reveal that they are regularly updated and his connection to the Valforex website is obvious, as well as his connection to the Super Simple Bot considering the amount of advertisement he puts out there for it.
Now, don’t get me wrong, don’t want to put this guy out there like this, but considering that he also does binary options reviews but is not honest promoting unprofitable software. The software has some key scam red flags and numerous complaints so people should be warned not only not to trust the Super Simple Bot which is obviously released by the website he writes for but not to trust his opinions and feedback on software as he is obviously not writing unbiased reviews.