Product Name: Wolf on Wall Street
Product Owner: Andrew Walters
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250 deposit
What Is It?
Trade binary options with a “magical” app that picks good trades for you.
This is another free binary options app in a long line of free binary options apps. Essentially a way to gamble in the stock market, this type of trading is high risk, and you have a smaller chance of winning than in black jack or roulette.
Scam artists have capitalized on this high risk trading and feed you lies about how the “discovered” a secret group or “created” a one-of-a-kind app that guarantees riches.
Stay far away from these types of promises, and do not by Wolf on Wallstreet.
Before You Buy
Actually, the audio on the website was messed up, so I had to watch this “amazing” video in silence (hallelujah). From what I can gather from the words and pictures, the story goes that this guy worked on Wallstreet, then was fired in the financial crisis of 2008/2009.
This is an attempt to relate to you. The product creators want you to feel that you can trust someone just like yourself! But this is a voice actor, and the story is fake.
There are a variety of stories that are associated with these binary options scams. They usually involve getting fired from a job and having to create a software to make millions, or getting invited into secret millionaire groups and discovering an underworld of rich people ruling the world.
I kid you not.
What's Really Going On
Binary options is a way to trade stocks. It's extremly technical, and even more risky. It involves guessing which way the markets are going to go each day.
Binary options brokers make it possible for you to just click a button and guess Up or Down.
So are you a really good guesser?
The scam is that there is a bit of software that can do the guessing for you. But you have to pay the minimum fee of $200-$300 dollars just to try it out.
So are you willing to risk two hundred dollars to see if Andrew Walters is who he says he is and is really giving away is million-dollar-software for free?
I know I'm not, and I don't think you should either. You thought Wolf on Wallstreet was a scam, which is why you are here. I'm now telling you that your gut feelign is correct. Are you still skeptical? Take a look at my list of binary options apps and you'll see that each one tells a similar story, and for those that have comments, you'll notice that NONE of the purchasers are happy.
Aside from the problems with this type of stock trading, you now have to deal with unresponsive support (or no support), and the question of whether or not you can actually withdraw money from your account. There's a very good chance you will lose EVERYTHING.
If you want to make money online I suggest you start slowly. Anyone in a desperate situation will make rash decisions and throw money away on stuff like Wolf on Wallstreet.
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