Product Name: Binary Predictor
Product Owner: Steven Temple
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
This is a very sad attempt to con people out of their money. Unfortunately, is probably works sometimes.
Binary options trading has become popular recently because of the high risk high profit potential. Internet scam artists have been creating “apps” or “software' that are supposed to take the risk out of trading.
But that just doesn't make sense.
There is simply no such thing as a low risk, high reward way to trade stocks. I'm not an economist, but I'm pretty sure that's impossible.
In other words, there's no such thing as easy money, but the guys behind Binary Predictor are trying to convince you that there is.
If the proposal by “Steven Temple” wasn't immediately obvious to you that it was a scam, then let's take a closer look to reveal the truth.
History of Scamming
Steven Temple isn't a real person. This is a ‘company' or some kind of entity that keeps pumping out these so-called binary trading apps. If you look at the promotional page, you can see their previous work.
So if there was one trading software that made people millions, why come out with a second? And a third? It's because they don't work.
No Media Attention
If you search for reviews of Binary Predictor, you'll notice that there are many positive reviews, but they are on crappy, small websites, many of which have content that doesn't really make sense.
Where haven't Huffington Post and Buzzfeed picked up on this? Why haven't you heard about this on Twitter? An app that could make more money in a day than some people make in a year would completely revolutionize the world economy.
Yet, no news organization of any importance is reporting on it. Hm, that's a bit suspicious!
Free and Not Free
We are told that the software is free. Technically it is – you don't pay for the software but you pay for the trading account. So this little “business” venture of yours is going to cost you$250 today. Maybe even more.
And and the same time, you have to ask yourself, “Why is this guy giving me this thing for free?”
I'm confident that if you found a way to make $15k per day you'd keep it to yourself, and maybe share it with close friends and family. The next thing you would do would be to sell the app to huge financial institutions that would pay hundreds of millions of dollars to get their hands on it.
I'm also predicting that no one would spend their time send out emails to random people with a business opportunity.
If you've got $250 burning a hole in your pocket, go for it. You can come back and tell us your results. But if you need that money, you can safely ignore Binary Predictor and any other similar proposition
I actually do make money online, but it's a real job. I mean, I work for myself, but I do have to sit in front of a computer and work sometimes.
There are many opportunities to earn money online, and surprise…some of them are honest and legit!
I make money by building websites and selling stuff on them. Part of my business is teaching people to do the same (those that are willing to work).
I recommend you take take 10 free lessons offered by the online business training center where I learned how to build my first sites and see if this is the type of work you'd want to do. I love it, and I'd love to teach you how to do it.
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