Product Name: Fast Income Pro
Product Owner: “Matt Henry” AKA Aaron D
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250
What Is It?
Binary options trading software that's supposed to guarantee profit. Needless to say, it doesn't work.
In short, if someone could guarantee profitable trades with a software they'd sell it for millions instead of giving it away for free on the internet.
And if it really was true, world economies would be rocked and you'd hear about it in the news.
The pitch is total BS. However, there's still some fun investigation to expose the scam behind Fast Income Pro, so let's get to it!
The Fast Income Pro Scam Breakdown
Ok, so Matt Henry isn't a real person. He's a made up personality just like all the other binary softwares (link). The real person behind this thing is called Aaron D
“JV” is where guys like this hire affiliates to promote their product. Affiliates get paid a piece of the action, and 99% of them don't actually look to see if the product they promote is legit or not.
They look at things like CPA, which basically says how much money they make per sale. Notice that $250? That's YOUR money they're talking about.
Aaron D is probably a fake name as well. Many of these scam artists have pseudonyms because if they used their real name, people could find out where they live and get them back for the financial suffering they cause.
Those video testimonials? They're fake. This is also a common tactic. You can pay someone $5 to say anything you want on a site called Fiverr.
This old man is commonly used because he looks innocent enough. I wonder if he knows that his face is being used to steal people's money?
I've contacted two of these guys before and neither seemed interested in how their videos were being used, so I assume this guy doesn't either.
Here's an interesting character I found as well. He seems to have established a review website and made up some fake scam-busting credentials for himself
But as you can see from the image above, although he calls himself a Media Watchdog Expert & Fraud Investigator AKA “The Web Fraud Squad”, Mr. Roy Tribble is in fact the fraudster.
Every single one of his reviews is positive, even the ones with titles like “Scam Alert”. He even uses phrases that are extremely misleading like
“I've run Fast Income Pro through my test software and the score result was a solid 8.8”.
“I've examined the back-end of the source code…”
Both statements are completely and utterly false. What's going on here is that he just reviews every product positively and makes a sweet commission off of each sale. He even reviewed positively things like 2k a Day and 2014 Millionaire.
Not to get off track here, but I also discovered a few things while investigating.
Roy Tribble is using the Google+ URL of Dr. Bill H. Weld. Apparently, Bill H. Weld is a fake name, and the real person behind this is a guy called Justin Tribble. From searching in Google, it seems his name may be Justin Roy Tribble.
I didn't dig into what fraud exactly he was committing, but it's a clear signal that you should stay away from this fellow.
The Plot Thickens
I know this is getting WEIRD, but there's two more things to mention.
The easy one to understand is that Fast Income Pro is associated with Clicksure, which is notorious for promoting binary scams. Avoid any product associated with this company.
The other thing is that there seems to be some association with a product called Daily Cash Creator.
I haven't done a review of that product yet, but for some reason, they are using the same domain. The supposed product creator is called Alexander Foley, but why he would be sharing a domain with Aaron D is unclear.
Tribble caught wind of my blog and got upset. He's written a negative review of me here which he makes a minimal effort to “expose me”. If you do read his comments about me, here are a few points I'd like to address.
1. I review a lot of products positively. Here's a full list of positive reviews I've done. Some of them I get paid for, some of them not. Some are related to affiliate marketing, and others are different types of business models. Most of what I review is negative, because the majority of products are not that good. The ones I like, I give a good rating, regardless of whether I get paid or not.
2. He slams me for writing “scam” reviews, but that's exactly what his website is about. Find scams, then refer people to products he approves of. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
3. It's been proven many times that products he recommends are not just bad, but are actual scams. For example, the one in this review. He also recommend(ed) Confirmed Profits, which is a confirmed scam (not my review). You'll notice that his recommendations change with time too. He promotes whatever's new, not what works for a long period of time.
4. He doesn't address any of the points I made in this article about his history. He just is mad because I called him on his BS.
5. He's upset because I'm using my middle name as a pen name, yet he's using a stock photo (actor) as his profile pic. What a hypocrite!
Fast Income Pro a fake software, promoted by fake names, and endorsed by serial fraudsters. Need I say more?
Wow. That was intense. Are you sick of this industry yet?
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