Except, I binged watched the entire Season 4 of the show on Netflix before settling down to write this review. And during my research of Auto Profit Replicator for this review, things got a little interesting.
I’ll tell you more about this but first let’s talk about Auto Profit Replicator.
What Is Auto Profit Replicator Really?
Auto Profit Replicator is supposed to be a software program by a guy named Simon Saunders that you can use to help you pick winning binary options trades.
Simon Saunders claims to have made over 17 million dollars in the last 13 months but this claim is most likely untrue as the screenshots in the video are all photoshopped.
What Auto Profit Replicator really is, is a promo for getting people to join a binary options trading broker program, which in this case is NRG Binary.
The software program that Simon talks about in the video that gets you more winning trades is actually the trading bot that is given to all traders by NRG Binary when you make a deposit.
The only purpose Auto Profit Replicator serves is to send you to the broker after which you make a deposit resulting in “Simon” getting a hefty commission.
So forget all the “put away your credit card”, “I don’t want your money” hype at the beginning of the video because that’s the only reason Auto Profit Replicator exists. They don’t really want to help you but rather help themselves to your money.
Shady Promotional Video
To achieve their goal of making you think that you’re going to make thousands of dollars within a few weeks just by signing up with them, Auto Profit Replicator employs some very shady marketing tactics within the promo video.
Within 10 seconds of playing the video, they had already lied to you. I spotted more lies as I watched on and I’ll point out some of them to you below.
1 of 375 Lucky Persons
Well aren’t you lucky to have been chosen? Not really because there really is no limit to the amount of people who can view and take this offer.
The website and this particular program has been at the top of the affiliate network Clicksure for a week now and that means that it’s extremely popular.
Also, the owners of Auto Profit Replicator says that they have paid out hundreds of thousands to their affiliates which means that they’ve took on a whole lot more than just 375 persons.
It’s the testimonials that helped me to determine that the screenshots of earnings are indeed fake.
One of the guys in the testimonials is Darren Fletcher who says that he’s new to binary options trading and made over $17,000 in only 13 days using Simon’s Auto Profit Replicator software.
The truth is “Darren” has never tried Auto Profit Replicator and has probably never made money trading binary options. He’s actually a paid actor which means that the earnings screenshot of him making over 17K can’t be real.
These paid actors can easily be found on a site called Fiverr where you can get people to do video testimonials starting at $5 each.
The other guy who gives a testimonial in the video is “John from the UK” and he supposedly made $16,000 in 2 weeks.
John goes by the handle “Yoogle” on his Fiverr profile selling his services and has also used the name David so I’m sure he hasn’t really made any money trading binary options or using Auto Profit Replicator.
Fake earnings screenshots, fake testimonials, fake invitations and lies about how many people have access are commonplace with these types of binary options promos.
In fact, Auto Profit Replicator follows a similar script to many of the other binary options promos you’ll see reviewed on this site. There’s just one unique angle that they have that sounds very convincing if you know nothing about binary options but want to make big money online.
The Auto Profit Replicator Hook
They way Auto Profit Replicator sets out to reel people into their program, even if you’ve tried all the other trading bots seems a bit convincing.
Their unique angle is that all the other trading bots make lots of trades on your behalf and end up losing you money, passing on the commissions to the brokers.
The Auto Profit Replicator on the other hand makes 69% less trades, trading only when it knows that it’s going to win, therefor making you more profit and winning you more trades.
There’s even a screenshot of the program showing you successive winning trades and only a few losses. Obviously they’re going to include some losses to make it sound more believable.
I find this contrary to what one user on another review had to say:
All trades are absolute losses so I deactivated the stupid bot. Now my account has been given a pending status. im yet to figure out how to get my remaining balance or learn how to make trades and just stick to the broker. I still got $175. Lost $75 in 24 hours. Probably the commission that goes to Simon.
The Truth about Binary Options Trading
The truth is that trading binary options is highly risky and has more in common with gambling than with trading. Binary as the name suggests is about predicting one of two outcomes, the commodity either goes up or it falls. You have to correctly predict where this commodity is going to be after a set period of time.
This is like flipping a coin. If you can correctly guess head or tails each time then you’ll do well with binary options trading.
With programs like Auto Profit Replicator, it would probably be better to just go directly to the broker they’re recommending rather than going through the program.
NRG Binary is the broker that is recommended by Auto Profit Replicator and they’re straight forward about the service that they provide. They don’t have to lie and manipulate you into depositing your money.
The reason for this is mostly because if you go directly to NRG Binary, it’s because you’re interested in trading binary options. You know exactly what you’re getting into.
People who go through sites like Auto Profit Replicator are most likely new to binary options trading or just want to make lots of fast money online.
My advice would be to avoid the highly risky world of binary options trading and gambling because you’ll inevitably wind up losing your money which you probably need to pay for rent or car payment.
My Experience with Auto Profit Replicator
During my research for Auto Profit Replicator, I signed up for the broker through Simon’s sign up page.
When I do these things, I try not to use my real details except for my real email address just to see what they’re sending out. I use an alias and I also submit a fake phone number.
After binge-watching season 4 of Breaking Bad, I decided to sign up with the name Gustavo Fring who was the villainous, two-faced drug kingpin on the show.
Less than 5 minutes after I’d signed up, even though I had submitted a fake phone number, I get a call from NRG Binary asking for Mr. Fring.
How they got my phone number, I’m not sure but they must have found it online somehow. It was very funny though to hear the guy referring to me as Mr. Gustavo Fring.
I had to ask him at one point if he had ever seen Breaking Bad.
He ended up ending the phone call after I told him that I wasn’t really interested in trading binary options and that I was just doing some research as an affiliate marketer.
I think the phone call might have been to get me to make the deposit.
Consensus on Auto Profit Replicator
From my research into Auto Profit Replicator, users are claiming to be having a bad experience. They’re either losing money or realizing that it’s no different from the hundreds of similar programs that recommend binary options brokers.
Many of these users are new to binary options trading and want to make quick money online. There are much better ways to make money online without the risk and without essentially flipping a coin.