Product Name: Crisis Killer
Product Owner: “Tom”
Advertised Price: “Free”
Real Price: Account Funding, $100-$1000’s
What Is It?
Forex trading robot
This is an unbelievably ridiculous video and sales pitch, followed by a website with coding errors. People who use it report making money in the first few trades then losing everything.
Before You Buy
If you are not familiar with the vast scam trading software industry, welcome to it. These types of robot trading systems are not uncommon these days.
Usually they binary options trading systems.
Yes, there are bots that trade stocks, but they cost tens of thousands of dollars. They are not created by rogue Austrian computer programmers fighting against the government as claimed in the video.
Just for fun, I found the video on YouTube and you can watch it again with the understanding that it’s completely FAKE.
What I Liked
At least the story was interesting. I would also like to note that the whole “fighting against the 1% and government” is a tactic that is often played out in online scams.
It’s done in an effort to relate to you and earn your trust. Another common tactic is to claim that they used to be plumbers, janitors, construction workers (most common), or other manual labor positions because it makes them sound more down-to-Earth.
Don’t fall for these advertising tricks.
What I Didn’t Like
What People Are Saying About Crisis Killer
I think this should explain a lot. The following people have actually tried Crisis Killer, some spending (losing) several thousand dollars. Click each image for full size so you can read it.
It just doesn’t make sense that someone who is making billions trading Forex would release their product in this way.
Also, remember that for every positive trade you make, someone is losing money on the other end. That’s how buying and selling stocks in this way works. So you are not killing a crisis, you are simply giving someone else a crisis.
And if you’ve done your research, you’ll notice that no one is talking about this software except crappy review sites that basically repeating the same rhetoric about making money online the “easy way”.
Don’t you think CNN or another world news organization would have picked it up by now? I mean, this could revolutionize the stock trading industry. It could completely change the world economy!
But of course no one is paying attention to it because it’s not real.
Actually, I signed up for an account. Here’s a screenshot of where I was taken to.
Hm, isn’t it a bit odd that a master coder like Tom who can invent the worlds first guaranteed-to-win trading robot can’t even code his own website?
Fast, Easy Money
Crisis Killer has all the makings of a scam. Tom is promising easy money, on autopilot, guaranteed to work. If some guy offered you the same thing on the street would you believe him? I hope not.
So why are you now looking at this things and thinking, “Maybe it’s legit!”
This is what scam artists do for a living. In fact, this guy is doing the same thing with other websites, using different names. I looked up the server information for the website and found this:
Notice the domains Fast Wealthy Club and Desert Millionaire. Both are recently released products on Clicksure. I haven’t written reviews yet, but they are also trading robot scams similar to this one.
I’m assuming that Trading Bot and 500k Project are pretty much the same.
Looks like the only fast, easy money happening here is the money that “Tom” is stealing from you.
An obvious scam, not even worth looking twice at.
I don’t trade forex, binary options, or any kind of high risk trading. But I do make money online. It’s slow, and it’s not guaranteed, but I do it full time and work from home.
If making money the slow and hard way sounds more legit than what’s presented in Crisis Killer, then you can see how I do it.
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