As strange as it may sound, there are still people out there that are questioning whether the Canuck Methodis a scam. At this point, none of the links to this scam website even open up, but people are still searching for it in hopes of investing with it, which is as bad as it gets. Even worse, there are still numerous positive reviews out there, with more continuing to be written on a daily basis, for a website that no longer exists. What happens? Well, you click on the link and you are sent over to the next scam, in this case for most of these reviews it’s the Quantumn Code Scam, which is also a rather old one.
What is The Canuck Method Scam?
This is a binary options automated software scam. The goal is to convince you to sign up with their preferred broker and get the referral fee they pay for new traders. That’s basically it. There is no special software, there is no magical algorithm, and there are no profits. Basically, all you will see and read on such websites is a complete lie with the sole goal of robbing you of $250.
Technically they don’t take your money, it’s true, the software really is completely free. Only, you have to invest a minimum with the broker (usually $250) and then when you realize that the software does not give you any positive results you are stuck using it until you’ve lost your money because you cannot withdraw what is left and no one is answering your questions and complaints.
The video is very simple. Lots of Photoshop screenshots, lies, and no real mention of the name of the software. The reason the name of the software is never mentioned is that the video is used and recycled numerous times in about 10 other identical websites with different software names.
There are Fiverr actors of course, offering video testimonials. As the video was created so long ago, the actors are actually nowhere to be found as they have moved on.
This girl was quite popular in a number of other scams back in the day but moved on as well.
This was her Fiverr profile before it disappeared.
The video is very general in their promises. Obviously though, those types of profits are absurd and impossible especially with a minimum of $250 investment.
The empty promise of paying you out of pocket is absurd and never confirmed or put down in writing in the terms & conditions, when there were terms & conditions. So, don’t hold your breath.
The reason there are zero details in the video about the software and how it works is because there are no details to go into. There is no algorithm, there are major traders it mimics, there is nothing special about this software except that it simply does not have positive trades.
Joke’s on you if you think this guy is really the man behind the software. In the Canuck Method scam they called him Jake Mason.
In the Brit Method Scam he was Jason Taylor.
They keep going with the Aussie Method Scam.
Of course, the Irish Method binary options scam software had their own as well.
Only, he is nothing more than a stock photo used for marketing in numerous other websites including the “method” scams.
In fact, all of the “method” websites are 100% identical. They use the exact same video in each, same images, and same template for the website.
As you can imagine, the software is just as unprofitable. I have yet to find at least one real and honest review, comment, or even mention of someone actually making money with this software and actually being able to withdraw said money from the broker. From the looks of it, for the most part, people lost their full investment within a week of investing their money if it even got as far as the software itself. Many never even saw their money being traded it simply disappeared.
There is very little that one can pull up on these scams mainly because, for the most part, their websites have all disappeared. What worries me is that there are still numerous searches for these websites, there are still numerous people trying to get in on it, and there are still numerous fake positive reviews that are promoting these scams.
I won’t be surprised if before long they reappear again, most likely using the same template, images, video, and software. What you have to do is make sure you know when you are being lied to. Always research what you are looking at. Never leave things be and just blindly trust a website such as this or the video prompting you that there are only 2 spots available. There is always time and you can always find out the truth with a fast and simple search.
Avoid any of the “method” websites out there. I am 100% certain that there are still plenty lurking in the darkest corners of the internet, waiting to pop up again. Far too many people were scammed by these guys and I wouldn’t be surprised if they come back for more.
If you have had experience with this or one of the other “method” scams please share your experience below and help protect future traders from getting scammed. If you do not feel like I have provided enough proof to convince you that this is a scam website, so be it, but please don’t leave it at that. Double check my information and look deeper. I am certain I have missed something that perhaps you will find.
The Canuck Method binary options scam software is nothing more than another copy of the Brit Method scam software, the Kiwi Method Scam software, and the many more released by these guys. If you want to keep your money in your pockets simply move on and hope for the best with the next available software. Question everything and never blindly trust any website out there promising big bucks with zero effort or knowledge like the Canuck Method scam.