Why aren’t there any genuine binary options programs available with real people, real testimonial and real verified results?
Because they’re all hiding the truth. You just can’t win big at binary options. You’ll most likely lose all your money and it would look really bad for them especially because they lied to you in the first place.
The latest of these scam binary offers is 21 Days to Riches, a promo that claims you would be a millionaire in just 21 days after using their software.
Currently as I write this, they only have 4 spots left so I should really be scrambling to put my email in the box otherwise I’m going to miss out on my dream of being a millionaire by the end of this month.
Luckily, I know that this is a common scarcity tactic so I’ll just write the review and I’ll still have a spot by the time I finish. Not that I want it but I’d still need to see the members area to complete the review.
Exposing 21 Days to Riches
Is this binary promo really a scam? Let’s count the ways in which they’ve faked everything that is supposed to be genuine.
Nick Park is a Stock Photo
This must be the first step in the book they wrote about pulling off a scam binary options promo – get yourself a high quality stock photo and use that as your main character.
The Aussie Method used it for Nick Pertu and other promos have used stocks for testimonials as well.
All I needed to do was grab a screenshot of Nick Park and do a reverse image search on Google Images to find out if the picture had been used anywhere else online.
I wasn’t so surprised to find that you could purchase this photo on IStockPhoto.
Just the fact that Nick Park isn’t a real person makes this entire promo fall apart. How can you trust anything else here? Testimonials? Said verified results?
Actually, let’s talk about those.
Fake Testimonials for $5
Another page from the book. I instantly recognized a few of the guys in the testimonials. One of them who goes by Dtp1987 on Fiverr recently did a testimonial for China Millionaire.
The drywall guy, pictured above, is also on Fiverr and goes by the handle ian313.
I’m pretty sure you can find the ladies on Fiverr also but I didn’t bother looking. If real people were making money with this then they’d have real testimonials but 21 Days is obviously a joke.
Also on the inside (after entering email), the Facebook comments as well as the Twitter comments about 21 Days to Riches are fake as they don’t follow the same format on the actual live websites.
The testimonials on the members page are also fake, using stock photos and other photos available on the internet. This is very similar to what I found during the review of some recent promos.
Ok, So the Accounts are Third Party Verified
If there is one thing about 21 Days to Riches that is going to earn people’s trust more than anything else is the fact that the accounts of Nick Park and his testimonials are verified by a third party website.
Well, there’s something wrong here because we’ve already proven that Nick Park is fake and so are the other people mentioned on his website.
Maybe the third party site doesn’t know that.
The truth is that TradeVerify.net is a fake third party verification website and it just makes it look as if they are actually verifying these accounts but they’re really working with the scammers.
I did some investigating and here’s proof that TradeVerify.net is a huge scam and should not be trusted.
21 Days to Riches with TitanTrade
Before you can download the “free” software that is promised by 21 Days to Riches, you’ll need to deposit a minimum of $250 to the broker they recommend – TitanTrade.
How is this 100% free? I’m not sure but somehow they probably want you to think that you’re not parting ways with your $250 – it’s just a deposit that you can get back at any time.
You have to be careful with this because some of these brokers give you a bonus on your deposit and then you have to make a certain number of trades before you can withdraw or even get back your initial deposit. You might end up losing ALL your investment before you can even get a chance to withdraw anything. In most cases the brokers always win.
I’m not too sure how Titan Trade works but it’s always great to know these things before you commit to them.
Binary options trading, if you read the small print on any of these websites is a highly risky type of investment (it’s actually gambling) and you can lose all your money very easily.
It’s definitely not something I would recommend if your aim is to make money online. You’re certainly NOT going to be a millionaire in 21 days or even a month.
They’ll say that they don’t want your money but as soon as you deposit the $250, they get a huge commission from the broker. In the case of TitanTrade and 21 Days to Riches, the scammers are probably making more than $250 on every depositor since this is what they’re paying their affiliates (the people with the fake review websites).
As I’ve proven above, you just can’t believe anything these guys say because the truth is that they’ll say just about anything to get you to deposit that $250.