Certified Income is the latest binary options promo to be released on the internet and it’s just another textbook binary options scam.
I look at the joint venture page on the site and shake my head because they just lie so much to get people signing up for their recommended broker.
They only care about pocketing money for themselves and the unethical affiliates that they’re recruiting.
Here’s an example of one email that they’ve prepared for their affiliates to send out.
Subject: FAO: [FIRSTNAME] OF: [CITY]
Subject: Only for [FIRSTNAME]
Subject: Strictly your eyes only
I’ve got something personal to tell you. Please don’t share it with anybody else.
Last month I was broke. I’m so ashamed to admit it.
I was evicted from my place and my car was repo’d.
I had hit rock bottom. Then I got an invite to join this:
Within 40 minutes my balance hit 4 figures!
Anthony Cahill helped me get back on my feet.
If you could use this kind of help click the link below right now:
Go now. He’s waiting to help you.
Obviously if someone sent out this email that they pasted from the website, they did not have this experience and they’re flat out lying. It also means that they didn’t make 4 figures within 40 minutes and that Anthony Cahill didn’t help them get back on their feet.
This also opens up your eyes to all the other lies that are being told on the Certified Income site.
- all the money they say that people are making
- the story in the video (fabricated)
- even Anthony Cahill isn’t who he says he is.
Does This Mean Certified Income Is a Scam?
Certified scam is more like it.
If all the figures and stories and testimonials are made up then they cannot promise you anything. Since the app doesn’t give the promised results then this is deceptive advertising and Certified Income is deserving of the “scam” label.
I’ve seen enough of these to call this otherwise. With all the lies being told there is no way Certified Income is legit.
It is just a promo for a binary options broker so that the real “Anthony Cahill” can get rich from gullible viewers who neglect to do their own research.
Certified Income & Titan Trade
I always like to inform people of the brokers that these promos are using.
In the case of Certified Income it’s Titan Trade. It means you can just skip Certified Income altogether and go directly to Titan Trade if you really have an interest in binary options trading.
The software that is supposed to work with Certified Income isn’t exclusive to them. It’s the same software that has been used before by all other binary options promos that recommend Titan Trade.
There isn’t anything special with this software and even if it does trade automatically, you’re likely to lose your money because this is more like automated gambling. You pick a commodity and you choose whether you think it will go up or down after a period of time. You win or you lose depending on the action you chose.
That is straight up gambling, not trading.
The creator of Certified Income makes money when you deposit money in your Titan Trade account so don’t believe when they say that they don’t want your money. This is their sole agenda.