The Brit Method Scam has been around for some time and has been made and remade a couple of times in various domains, regardless, whichever one you end up landing on, it’s a SCAM. On top of that it has been copied, or it has copied, who knows, numerous times and comes under the name of the Aussie Method, London Method, Kiwi Method, and many more. Each is absolutely identical with the slight difference in logo, sometimes the CEO, and of course, the location.
Whichever one of the numerous “method” websites you land on, you will see that there are very few differences. There are many out there and if at any point you have decided to look into binary options, then most likely you have run into one of them. What really bothers me, though, is the fact that regardless how many warnings there are out there, people keep falling for it! I am not talking about a couple of people here and there, no, I am talking about a LOT. From the looks of the numerous complaints and comments, they keep falling for it still, months after it has been revealed by numerous review sites that it’s a scam.
About The Brit Method Scam
I think at this point it’s pretty clear that this is an automated binary options trading software that claims to make you money online. Like many other scams out there it claims that you will be a millionaire, or at least filthy rich, at the blink of an eye all for free. They do fail to mention until the end though, that you actually DO have to invest money in order to trade. This is all done through their “recommended” broker and you need to invest at least the minimum, usually about $250. They make plenty of empty promises and guarantee all kinds of nonsense, but fail to provide any sort of proof anywhere throughout the website or video.
The website looks identical to the numerous other similar scams. So much so that they don’t even change the stock photo used as the creator of this scam, Jason Taylor. With each new scam website they simply change the flag, sometimes the name, and paste him in the header. Of course, this also comes with the numerous promises and lies that this website offers.
This image has been so reused that at this point that I really am having a hard time understanding how people are still falling for this website.
In the Aussie Method Scam his name is Jake Pertu. The story is the same, just the name, signature and scam name have changed.
The Irish Method Scam is no different, only the last name has changed this time as they have kept the first name as Jason.
Jake Mason s telling the same lies in the Canuck Method Scam, again with the same story. Nothing more than a quick Photoshop switcheroo.
Of course, the automatic video that starts upon entering the website is absolutely in every single website. This means the same actors are used and the same lies are told.
The SAFFA Method is identical YET AGAIN. Look up the rest and see for yourself. May I also add that ALL of the testimonials you will see in the video are Fiverr actors, some rather old Fiverr actors that no longer offer services on Fiverr, but actors nonetheless.
The website is not secure or safe as they claim with their pasted images of various security measure pins and logos, and you will most certainly not make any money.
If you watch the video in full, which I don’t really recommend you waste your time with, but just to confirm, try and catch the name of the software somewhere in it. They never mention it! This allows them to reuse the same video in a number of various scams without having to reinvest money into a new video. They are making loads of money off your hard work and your trust!
The whole Brit Method website is a complete scam. There are plenty of details that I can get into, look into the video in detail and tell you word for word how each can be argued and proven to be a lie, but I have done this time and again for the numerous other “method” websites already. All of them are identical with minimal changes to the name and the flags. It’s pointless to try and even put them all in their own individual reviews.
What you absolutely MUST remember is the fact that when it comes to binary options the risk is high. The risk of falling victim to one of these scam artists is even higher. The brokers that you are usually pushed to invest with tend to also be scam brokers that never allow withdrawals, and you will never see your investment again even if you realize that it was a bad idea and try to get your money back.
The sole reason these websites, and in turn the numerous scam brokers, exist is because they work together to rob you blind. The scam brokers need scam websites such as this to lure in unsuspecting new traders that usually have never even heard of binary options before. This is a nasty little pyramid that begins with someone looking for a way to make money online, they find a fake review site that promotes said scam, said scam sends new trader to broker. Broker pays referral fee to scam website which in turn pays referral fee to fake review website and in the end the only one NOT making money is the only one promised to become a millionaire. See where I am getting at? This is why they push so aggressively that you invest!
Don’t get me started on the bonus bait! They make it sound like they are giving you something amazing, something that will double up your money right? In the end this is the exact reason why you will never be able to withdraw a penny from your account that they claimed is like a bank account and ALL yours. Nope, the moment your money is withdrawn from your account and put into the broker account you have lost it, period.
Avoid the Brit Method Scam and all other “method” scams that even remotely remind you of this website because I have absolutely no doubt that they are 100% a scam.