Another week, another scam and this time it’s TrianaSoft. This is the latest in a series of scams that has popped up recently that have all the obvious signs of being a scam but have managed to cover their tracks well enough so it’s impossible to find out who is the individual or company behind the software.
Product Name: TraianaSoft
Niche: Binary Options Software
CEO: Michael Wedmore
Head of Research: David Campbell
Official Website: trianasoft.co
Potential Profit: $500-$600 in the beginning to $5,000-$10,000 later on a day
Broker: TitanTrade (expect this to change as it already has since the release)
Minimum Deposit: $250
Needless to say, with lies, contradictions, and numerous other rather convincing marketing tricks the developers of this website and software target newbies to binary options and making money online. If you have no experience with online scams than you can easily find yourself caught up in this software and actually believing the lies.
What is TrianaSoft?
Another binary options software that claims to do in depth research in less than a second through billions of data and combines it with an algorithm that calculates future trades. You are given the trade signals in order to trade or can set your software on auto and allow it to trade for you.
Once signed up you make a deposit with the current broker, in this case currently TitanTrade, with a minimum of $250. After that you have to set up your account, the investment amount per trade (they claim minimum of $5), and whether you want to trade automatically or manually.
From that point on, it basically loses the money for you, if you ever even get back into the software once the deposit goes through.
The CEO and Head of Research Actors
I think it’s pretty obvious from the videos that these guys are nothing more than paid local actors that don’t understand the magnitude of their actions on people that are looking for a legitimate way to make money online.
The CEO Michael Wedmore is nothing more than an actor. Regardless what he claims, it is all lies. I have tried to find him and his right hand man David Campbell and they are NOWHERE online. They do not exist. Period.
These guys are complete jokers, horrible actors, and obviously in on the scam since they are willing to get paid to help them convince innocent people to sign up and lose their money. They have definitely put in a lot of work to make this scam look legitimate, but certainly, if they had put in at least as much effort into creating a real quality software they may actually have gotten somewhere.
I love how their false claims are put right above the Risk Disclaimer at the bottom of the page. Here, take a closer look and see for yourself that basically anything on this website is a web of lies and nothing more, they even admit it!
Fake Testimonial Pictures
I will try and keep it short. These guys. All fake. The images are all stolen from their owners and the numbers, they are made up.
This first one? No one even knows the name. The photographer photographed a random girl walking down the street!
Check out this photo, the story behind it, and other pictures by this photographer HERE.
Each of these images, along with all the rest in this website have been used hundreds of times for testimonials and other random filler information for other websites and similar scams.
There is no Facebook or Twitter page for this software, let alone images. All the images also come from the Random User Generator website through a widget set up in the software the create fake posts. This same widget has been used over and over again in identical scam websites.
In fact, all of these so called testimonials are actually generated through a website called RandomUser. This is a random user generator that basically collects images of “users” (basically stolen or uploaded portraits of people) from the internet and when you sign up with them you link your account to the website for them to generate random images for your testimonials. Simple as that.
You can visit the website HERE and go through their photos to see the rest of the “happy traders”.
The Web of Lies
I will keep this short as the screenshots are pretty self-explanatory.
Really, let’s keep the number as vague as possible so no one can complain when they lose their money right?
No but you are paying numerous affiliates a LOT of money to flood your website and sign up for this software by the thousands aren’t you? Interesting concept though.
Really hope no one fell for this one, but you never know. No one will pay a penny for this, let alone $10,000! Its free now and I hope you all stay away from it!
Yes he will, he is lying. Technically it won’t be him, it will be the broker he redirects you to, but you WILL have to take out your wallet and WILL have to fork over at least $250 which you will never see again.
Really? Interesting how on the previous page it clearly said that there are 100 licenses available in Bulgaria alone! I wonder how that happened? Contradict yourself much?
Oh, here it is, just look at the above image at the bottom right. One minute its 100, the next its 25, then its 100 again. Really, how many licenses do you have available again?
Of course, yet millions of emails are sent out trying to sell this crap to people where there are only 25 spots available. Basically a very long and boring video of him trying to convince you to be one of his select 25 beta testers and how incredibly amazing the scam software is.
I have been on this website for over an hour now and still waiting to be kicked out. Please!
The TrianaSoft Software
It’s interesting how in the video and on the website they show the software looking one way, then when you log in its completely different. The broker has changed and so has the color scheme.
Here is a close-up from the video from when David is showing you his amazing profits.
I did make the mistake of reviewing this over the weekend, so the software is not active due to the markets being closed (a nice change to these scams as most of the time they forget about this detail and the software charts keep showing active trades making it even easier to reveal the scam).
So, not only has the whole color scheme changed as well as the broker. But I noticed another thing. This scam software has been used NUMEROUS times! Here, take a look.
It was used by the Glory Trader, TauriBot, Trade X Confidential, and Medallion App. Numerous other similar scam shave used this exact same software. Now, with that in mind, what makes you think that this is any different from these proven scams? That’s right, nothing. This is just a new scam with a different image, a different story behind it, a new name, and a different actors face.
TrianaSoft is nothing more than the newest scam and within a week it will already be old and everyone will move onto getting scammed by the next big thing.