Ever thought how trustworthy something may seem regardless how much of a scam it is if it’s said by a Actor? The guys that developed the Vena System scam thought so. They put a twist on the typical binary options scams and decided to push a few buttons with this “stay-at-home” mom that provides zero truth and even less evidence in her short video. This stock photo is hoping to claim your hearts and trust with merely the sounds of her lovely voice. Yup, his promises and his lies are all you have to go by.
See, it requires a whole lot more than their chirpy voice to convince me that they can be trusted with my money. Unfortunately, a lot of people seem to be have a different opinion on the matter and continue to throw money at this liar.
What is the Vena System Scam?
Though she avoids actually mentioning exactly what this is throughout the video and website, it’s very clear that this is just another automated binary options robot scam that is out to get your money. They strive to lure you into signing up with their “preferred broker”(I got assigned Banc deBinary by the way, a well-documentedscam broker with lots of complaints when I tried to sign up) so they can get a nice fat referral fee.
The website is the typical scam website we are all accustomed to. They have been kind enough to leave the controls in the video this time, which is nice, but it doesn’t really do much as far as trust goes though.
So, he is Marc Vena. That’s it. You have to go by what she tells you, and her claims are that she was a broker on Wall Street. I’d love to see some proof of that. Plenty of ways to prove it really.
So, mostly throughout the video she talks about her heartwarming story about being a stay at home mom and how she wanted to help people the way she helped the rich get richer while she worked on Wall Street. It really would have taken less than 3 minutes to explain exactly what the system is, how it works, and what the mutual benefits would be, but no, she insisted on wasting your time on useless information about how she wants to help. You get no insight as to what you are getting yourself into.
Actually, you cannot put your wallet away as you will need it in order to invest with the recommended broker. A minimum of $250 is required.
Now, nowhere in the website or the video will you find any information of the profits you are expected to make or the win rate the software works at. The only information about what you will make is this general comment about a profit of hundreds of dollars. That’s it.
See, here she lost me completely. She claims that the Vena System has been up and running for 2 years and nearly 5,000 people have registered through this very website, but the website was not registered until April of 2016. So, how exactly is that possible?
Now, I explored the website in full and found zero contact information. Perhaps I missed an email in the Terms but anyone that has ever had experience with binary options scams knows well enough that that’s a useless means of communication. There is no physical address, no phone number, no company name, nothing. Considering that she is represented by a stock photo, what makes you think that’s even her real name? What makes you think that it’s even a woman behind the system and not just a voice over artist?
Now, when your name is the name of the software and it is at the top of the website accompanied by a picture of a woman, one would think that this is the person they are referring to right? I mean, it’s pretty logical to believe that Marc Vena is the person that is next to that name.
These beliefs are further supported by the introduction letter from Vena System, or whoever, when it is accompanied by a woman with a baby. This MUST be her right?
Nope, once again, a stock photo. So, who is she? She doesn’t exist. She is a fictitious character made up to try and make the whole scam seem more believable, because, why not believe a stay at home mom with a big heart!? Why would she lie to you?
Needless the Press Reviews are also fake. You will not find even the slightest mention of this scam anywhere in these media outlets. All of these quotes are fake.
The Facebook comments can easily be searched and confirmed to be lies. To add to that, it’s pretty clear that it’s just lame excuse for proof of real customers.
Finally, you make it to an actual software. You expected something….more…perhaps. But this is it. There is a LOT of important information mission, not to mention options. In addition to this, you are told that you can try out the software in demo mode in the video, but once you do reach the actual software no such option is available. There are no signals, there is absolutely nothing! Overall, this is an incomplete software, it offers absolutely nothing! In reality, it’s nothing more than just a scam to get you to sign up with a broker just so they can get the referral fee. The woman they are trying to pull off and her story are complete lies, she does not exist, nothing exists. Just a scam software and someone behind it getting rich off of your trust.
Do not trust the Vena System scam, it consists of nothing but lies covering a fake software that only loses your money!