If you have been looking for an easy way to make a buck the Thousand Dollar Days software is definitely not it. Unless you want to lose a lot more than money I highly recommend you steer clear of this scam that will not only take your investment and flush it down the toilet but your account information as well as personal identity may be at stake. Considering how many things they lie about in their official website and the overall lack of security on it I wouldn’t be surprised if your information ends up on their new scam website at the least while your bank account gets completely sucked dry.
The wave of binary options scams has completely overtaken the internet with more and more interest growing in the possibilities. Yes, there are many people making money through binary options, but it certainly is not with scams like these. There is a risk and only a few really make it big. Finding a legitimate software and broker is key to actually putting your investment to work.
What is the Thousand Dollar Days Software
Whether you know what binary options are and are specifically looking for a software that will automatically do the trading for you, or you were simply looking for ways to earn money online, most likely you landed on this page in your search. This is another binary options software that makes empty promises of $1,000 every single day. The website and software marketing revolve around a marketing video that has nothing more than a sales pitch after sales pitch. They claim that they had 1907 consecutive days with earnings of $1,000 and will continue to have them, thus guaranteeing the same results for you, but there is absolutely no evidence actually backing that.
What is the ultimate giveaway is the fact that they actually try to guarantee this. Something that any individual that has had any experience with binary options knows well enough is impossible. In fact, you can visit their legal disclaimer at the bottom of the page and read it (highly recommended reading) and there you will find proof of what I have just stated. They clearly state that results may vary and that this is a risk and you should not invest any money you cannot afford to lose as they cannot guarantee the same results with all users. Therefore, technically, in the official website they lied.
So, still think that Thousand Dollar Days is legitimate? Yes!? No problem, plenty more coming your way.
I took my research to Who.is to get more information on this website and see when it was registered and by whom. Of course, just like all other scam websites it is registered by the company WhoisGuard, Inc. which is a company that offers anonymous domain registration so it cannot be tracked back to the company behind it. Now, if a company is legitimate and they are making people so much money why wouldn’t they want anyone to know who they are? I came upon even more information when I noticed that the website was initially registered on the February 6th, 2015 and updated on the same date in 2016. This gives it no more than 1 year history out of which it is unknown how long the website was actually up. Now, in the video they clearly state that they have been making these types of profits for over 5 years now for their clients.
I would love to know how that is possible considering the software was not up for more than 1 year at most.
As with other similar software even though it really is free you still have to invest a minimum of $250. If you are not familiar with binary options this may come as quite a surprise when the time comes for you to pull out your wallet after being told numerous times that its free.
I wanted to provide you with visual proof of the video and picture testimonials but they have covered their tracks well. The only thing I can honestly say is that I have seen far too many of these videos so far and am 100% certain that the video testimonials are nothing more than Fiverr actors selling their soul to make fake testimonial videos for scam websites like these. The text testimonials with images of users are well covered up and it’s impossible to search out the images but considering the number of lies so far I highly doubt they are real either as so far I have yet to come by a similar website without confirming that they were either stock photos or images stolen from social profiles of individuals that have nothing to do with the software.
I found the Facebook Page for the Thousand Dollar Days Software and since March of 2015 they have managed to get a following of 9 individuals. Interestingly enough they obviously don’t even visit this page much because the numerous posts from people complaining and claiming that their software is a scam and robbed them blind still stand as a warning to anyone that may have landed there accidentally.
Lastly, and this I have left just in case you are still not convinced. This man, David Sampson, the head trader and co-founder of Thousand Dollar Days is actually no one. Seriously, he does not exist. The name is found nowhere online linking him to anything but this software and only in connection with reviews and nothing else. I then decided to do an image search to see if there is something I can come up with and I certainly did. Turns out the man in the image is none other than Gediminas Žiemelis wo is a Lithuanian business man, philanthropist, business consultant, and entrepreneur. Though he does have some connection to the stock exchange, he certainly has absolutely NO connection to this scam.
Are you Convinced that Thousand Dollar Days is a SCAM?
Well, I am not here to stop you. If you have your heart set on investing with them go right ahead. Be warned though, the Thousand Dollar Days scam will be around only for a little while before they shut them down so think about how much you are willing to lose if you are still determined to go with them.