The Onassis Alliance Scam tries to use a popular name and claims he shares his name, in order to seem more legit, but it only makes the whole thing look even worse. The scam is typical and provides zero proof in their ability to actually deliver. Overall, with the connection to DWD Technologies and the fact that they use all actors and lies throughout the video only further proves that this software is no different from the other scams out there.
Name of Software: Onassis Binary Options Scam
Niche: Binary Options Software Scam
Official Website: onassisalliance.co
The software itself is currently not working, so even if you were to believe them, you won’t be able to get into the software. This, of course, could be temporary, so be sure to read up on them before trusting your money with this shady software.
What is Onassis Binary Options Scam Software?
This is a typical binary options scam that claims to automatically trade your investment in binary options through some magical, yet useless, binary options software. This software is claimed to have impossibly high win rates and is claimed to give you impossible profits. The truth is, they just want to lure you into investing with their preferred broker so they can get the commission fee and run. The software will lose your money for you, and as there is no contact information anywhere in the website, you are left to complain to the broker, who, honestly, doesn’t care.
The website is set up as many of the other online scams. You are greeted with an auto-play video that you cannot control. The video lasts nearly a half an hour and you are stuck watching it hoping to see something that will prove that it really could work. The truth is, you won’t, you’ll just waste your time. This is exactly how people end up losing their investment, they just jump to the next step and hope for the best.
Watch the First Video.
The video starts with some completely useless stock videos that they’ve plugged in there and continues with claims that you will make $7,500 (an impossible daily profit) and goes on to claim that it is 100% guaranteed. With this one sentence I think it’s easy to say that you are in for a lot of lies.
You are then introduced to Jed Onassis. The truth is, no such person exists. They try and throw in Onassis because the first thing that comes to mind is Aristotle Onassis, the shipping magnate, but there is zero relation here. This guy is nothing more than an actor.
This is actually Robert Sackett, an actor from Portland, Oregon.
You will see several screenshots throughout the video, in total they are about 3 but they are repeatedly flashed in hopes of convincing you. These are fabricated screenshots with zero truth to them.
If the fact that they have lied up until now hasn’t discouraged you enough, take a look at the impossible 97.4% win rate. No one with experience with binary options or online trading will ever believe this lie.
Here is the only truth in the whole video. Perhaps at this point they have given up trying to lie about their location and decided to see how far the truth will take them. This video is filmed in Portland, Oregon, and the actors that are in it are local.
Here I want to underline the Trade Volume and that it is set to $25 PER TRADE.
I also want to note that this software looks awfully familiar. It’s the same crap software that has been advertised over and over again, and has been proven numerous times to be very ineffective in keeping you ITM.
Back to the fact that I noted earlier that the system was set to $25 Trade Volume. With one single trade how is it possible for her to have made a $199 profit? For that to happen she would have set her Trade Volume to over $100!
Here we are again, visiting another future trader’s house. Only, wait, he isn’t a trader and he will not become a millionaire.
He is yet another familiar face in Portland, Oregon. He is actor Stevie Miller.
Take a look again, the account is set to $25 Trade Volume.
Then boom! With just one trade and that $25 Trade Volume managed to give him a return of $200! IMPOSSIBLE!
The question that arises is, who does he get that percentage on top of every single account.
They haven’t thought this through well enough, because I am still trying to figure out who is paying him a commission every time you win. The broker gets their commission from your winnings, but I highly doubt anything is sent over to this guy. You know why? They don’t need it, you won’t be making profits, and they’ll already have their commission long before you realize that you’ve been scammed.
I love doing these reviews over the weekend because they make it extra easy. These trades are taking place on a Sunday, which is impossible as the markets are closed. Interesting how their fake software continues to trade.
Watch the Second Video.
Just think about that. Do you honestly believe that becoming a millionaire in a year takes $250 and clicking a button? This is a scam!
See, they work with very shady brokers, and even if the broker is not shady, withdrawing your funds is far more difficult than he makes it seem. In most cases, withdrawing your funds without trading is near impossible.
As always, when I see DWD Technologies LLC my skin crawls. The majority of the sites that this hosting company hosts are scams. In fact, they have no website where to offer their hosting services, so I am lead to believe that they are actually the ones behind these scams, but as I have zero proof of this, it will remain speculation.
As a whole, the Onassis Scam software offers nothing in terms of proof that they can deliver on their outrageous promises, just lies.