With the Tesler App Binary Options Scam you are fed the same lies. You get the same exaggerated profits that are completely impossible, the same actors pushing the same scripts, and the same presentation of the scam.
Name of Software: Tesler App scam
Niche: Binary Options Software Scam
Official Website: www.teslerapp.co
Though I am sure plenty may argue that I am too much of a critic when it comes to these scam websites, I think I provide more than enough proof to show where I am coming form. You will not get any truth from these guys, and in turn, you will not make any profits.
About the Tesler App Scam?
It’s clear that this is just another automated binary options robot scam looking to lure you into investing with a scam broker so they can rob you of your money and force you to invest even more. They have no intention of making you rich, their goal is to grab the referral fee from the broker and run. The software is NOT PROFITABLE, but you will have no one to complaint to about it as there is no contact information.
The first thing I want to bring to your attention is the YouTube video that is uploaded and linked to the website. This video was uploaded onto YouTube by user Software Info. They have uploaded similar videos for a number of other scams out there. Another thing that is a dead giveaway that this is a scam and everything is a lie is that you can clearly see the video was uploaded on December 26, 2016, yet throughout the video you are given “proof” of date being December 28. This alone should be enough to prove they are liars. But I will continue.
Here you can see another scam video uploaded by the user Software Info. This one is of the Satellite Trader App scam
Here is further proof that the video that was uploaded when I did this review was claiming that the day was December 28 when in fact the video was uploaded 2 days prior.
A number of screenshots of bank accounts will flash before you throughout the video as well.
ALL of them are actually recycled screenshots with simple changes made to them. This identical screenshot is from the Quick Cash System scam. Yes, they’ve changed the balance, names of the account, and removed some information completely, but it’s an unlikely coincidence that the account numbers are the same
Then you are introduced to Steve Abrahams. This is a fictional character created to represent this scam. He claims he is from Tesler Investments, which is a fictional company made up to make them seem more professional. Look up either and see for yourself.
But I’ll give you more than that, here is actor John San Nicolas from Portland, Oregon.
Then there are the promises of profits. A $5700 profit in a day is not only surprising, it’s absurd and impossible with a scam software like this.
To top it off he even goes on to claim $1 million in only a half a year!
To make it all seem more legitimate, he claims that the software is free for 41 days. After that he will make $28 from every impossible $5700 profit you make, which is to be paid at the end of every month. No such information is even mentioned in the Terms of the site, which only proves that they know well enough you won’t be making any type of profit in order to actually pay this commission. By the end of 41 days they’ll be long gone with their commission.
You will also see several fake video testimonials in this promo video. These are all local Portland actors, 2 of which I am 100% certain I’ve seen in other scam videos before, but in secondary roles that I cannot recall at the moment. It’s obvious they are reading a script, and it’s useless to even waste the time to search them out considering that the truth is pretty clear.
Now, not only does this company not exist, look it up, but if it is valued at over $673 Million, don’t you think that there would be a bit more information on them out there?
What I don’t understand is why they still insist on pushing these lies when they are so easily searchable and so easy to prove to be lies. Of course you haven’t read about him, he doesn’t exist, his company doesn’t exist, and a quick search in the website of any of these media outlets reveals these are lies.
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Sob story lies from a fake testimonial from a taxi driver.
But wait, it’s only a stock photo.
I love how the people behind scams like these know nothing about binary options and contradict themselves constantly. See, in the video he does mention that trading is only 5 days a week, I give him that, but then you look at the list of transactions that “prove” profits and realize that they are trying to pull off trading 7 days a week! The markets are closed for trading over the weekends! Now that I’ve told you this, take a look at that list again and tell me what part of it is true? Also, remember the Average Per Trade profits earned.
With permission to enter Angela’s account he proceeds to show you more lies. It seem like he is entering her account and showing you live what she has in it.
Then, boom, you are thrown another Photoshop screenshot. I don’t need to give you proof that it’s a recycled screenshot because the Photoshop editing is very clear in how crisp the balances are in comparison to the other text on the screenshot.
Another screenshot gives you the same results. Another recycled lie. Not to mention the fact that its dated 2014.
The Fast Cash Biz scam used a similar screenshot with several differences. The one thing that stayed constant was the account number 9432 which is identical to the account in the Tesler App Scam screenshot.
Once again, contradicting himself he claims that the software will trade a set amount of $85 per trade. Now, if you would kindly scroll up to the transactions list that “proves” withdrawals and trading on a daily basis, you will see that the average trade is quite a bit over $200 per trade daily average.
Of course, no scam is complete without an impossible win rate, here its 98%.
He even claims that if you make less than $5700 for the day he’ll pay the difference. Really!? Again, another important point NOT mentioned in the terms.
All of these Members photos are stolen images.
This one is stolen.
This imageis stolen as well, this time from a blog of a laptop review.
Image stolen from popular site Deviant Art. It goes on and on.
Don’t be fooled, the Tesler App Scam is not available in the App Store or Google Play. Just search it!
Here you will get a demo of the scam software. The starting balance is $250.
So, a while passes and we look at the profit. This is the profit from a single trade, as he claims. With a starting balance of $250, a profit of $258.88 (on TOP of the $250) for a total of $508.88 balance. I would love for them to explain to me how it’s possible to make over 100% profit from a trade, I really would. Basically, they have given a perfect example of a FAKE SOFTWARE.
Not sure if their live trades is running now, but when I last checked it was stuck on November 30.
Finally, the icing on the cake is the domain registration of the scam and the hosting company. The mere connected to the scam hosting company DWD Technologies LLC is more than enough to convince me to avoid any site. These guys are notorious for releasing scam after scam.
The Tesler App is a scam, I think it’s clear enough, don’t waste your money.