The Cash Capital System has a pretty slick website with awesome graphics and claims that you’ll make $1000 – $3000 per day if you try their free binary options trading software.
“Imagine making $2000 – $5000 per day…everyday” says the narrator.
He then goes on to say that it takes only 10 minutes a day to make profits with the Cash Capital System.
Can you make this kind of money with Cash Capital System with so little input?
Before I break this down for you in my review, I’m going to also mention that he says you won’t even need your credit card.
Cash Capital System Website Red Flags
This is already looking like the typical binary options trading scam to me.
With all the claims in the video, the quick money with no effort and some red flags I noticed on the website, I have to say that if this isn’t a scam, they sure do make it look like one.
(1) Only 30 Positions Daily?
At the top right hand corner of the site, there’s a counter that starts at 30 and counts down to show how many positions have filled for today’s date.
Well they go pretty fast when I’m viewing the website. It’s almost as if I don’t sign up I’m going to have to wait until tomorrow and miss out on making $1000 today.
The truth is that you can sign up all day, every day whenever you like – there is no limit to how many people the Cash Capital System will take. It’s just a ruse to get you to act fast without thinking things through.
They want to make you feel as if you’ll be missing out but the truth is you can take your time and still be able to sign up.
(2) People In Your Area are Waiting for Access
Obviously if you believe the countdown timer trick above then this one is going to make sense too.
Here they try to convince you that other people in your area are waiting to access the Cash Capital System.
What’s really going on here is fake social proof. If people in your area want to be a part of this then why shouldn’t you want to as well.
However, this is what they did.
Fake number + a script that finds your geo location and inserts in into the sentence. If you’re from somewhere other than where I’m from, you’re probably going to see something like “425 people in (insert your town here) are waiting for access to the Cash Capital System.
I’ve seen this too many times on a lot of scam products and even dating sites. Nothing wrong with using the geo location feature but it has to be truthful.
(3) Congratulations! You match 100% to the system.
These guys want everyone. If you’re looking at the video, then you’re going to match.
The thing is that there isn’t really any way for them to check for compatibility over the net other than having you contact them or them contacting you personally.
So they use another script to make fake display that shows what browser you’re using, your country, currency type and what operating system you’re using.
Positive reinforcement? Yeah, I think that’s it.
(4) Live Profit Feed
So far every part of the Cash Capital System has been fake and designed to trick you into signing up.
The “live” profit feed is another one as it shows the supposed success of members. If they really could do this then that would expose a serious privacy issue with the software they’re using.
But of course, there is no way for them to know which users are making money and how much so that they can pull that data and display it publicly in a live format for everyone to see.
Guess what that trick is designed for?
To make you think that the system is legit and working for all the people you see supposedly making money. I have a feeling that the people are also fake too.
Can You Trust These Wall Street Mentors?
After all the red flags I exposed above about the Cash Capital System website, can you still trust these guys who call themselves the Wall Street Mentors?
Let’s say that you do? Who exactly are these Wall Street Mentors.
John Falcoa, Bernard Sloan and Dominic Bruce seem to want to help people make money so that they could make money.
One thing I’m curious about is, how come we don’t see too many photos of each person – just the same picture each time.
This is because John, Bernard and Dominic aren’t real people and the pictures here aren’t of them – they’re stock photos which they purchased for using on this site.
So we cannot trust a thing that is said by these guys much less their website claims.
What About When You Sign Up?
Well I’ve already ruled this a scam but for completeness with this Cash Capital System review, I decide to plug in my email to check out what’s inside.
There’s another video inside along with more lies and then just like all the other binary options scams, they ask me to go get my credit card so that I can deposit $250 to a broker named Opteck.
Turns out that this is what all the lying and scamming was about – getting the user to deposit $250 so they could trade binary options with Opteck.
What many people don’t know is that Falcoa and his team doesn’t want to help you – they only want to help themselves. They have an agreement with Opteck, where every time someone deposits $250 to start trading on their platform, the owners of the Cash Capital System website would get an agreed commission.
According to the Opteck affiliate agreement, this appears to be anywhere from $50 – $450 or 35% of whatever the user deposits.
Nothing wrong with affiliate marketing, it’s a legit way to make money online and I’m involved in it full time. However, these guys are doing it in a very unethical manner and deserve to be exposed.
Still thinking about joining Cash Capital System?
My final verdict on Cash Capital System is that this is a scam and you should not get involved with it. The promise of quick money with no effort (typical of these binary options scams) should be all the red flag that you need to avoid this.
What did you think of Cash Capital System before you read this review? How do you feel about them now? Tell me in the comment section below.