Barely 30 seconds into the promo video for the Enigma Code App, I dismissed it as one of the worst binary options promotions I’ve ever seen.
There are some binary options promotions that promise to make you a million dollars in short periods of time, like a couple of weeks or before the year ends or a couple of months.
The Enigma Code promises to make you $1 million dollars in as little as 5 days!
I find this a little over the top and very unrealistic. Especially since the cost of entry is so low – they say Free but you have to pay the broker $250 to open a trading account.
The Real Reason to Avoid Enigma Code
Ask me and I’d say to stay away from anything that has to do with binary options trading. It really isn’t trading but more in line with gambling.
The real reason to stay away from Enigma Code however is the people behind it.
I’m not talking about Paul & Andy Taylor, who are definitely fake personas created specifically for this promotion but rather the guy behind their creation.
Before watching the video, I did some digging and found that Enigma Code was likely created by the same team behind some other Clicksure products such as Commission Glitch and Banks’ Experiment.
The guy behind those would be none other than Alan Magliocca who has been known for putting out low quality products with high quality, glossy looking websites just like the one for Enigma Code.
Alan Magliocca is known for his lack of care for his audience and customers and his shady marketing practices. I’ve reviewed some of his previous products and have made and pointed out those observations.
In my review of Banks’ Experiment, I warned readers about Alan.
With all the shady techniques mentioned here to get you to buy into Bank’s Experiment, I would recommend that you avoid this offer as it is evident that you’re dealing with scammers (people who will lie, cheat and steal their way into your bank account).
This was due to the bogus stories, fake testimonials, false promises and the members area filled with more and more ways to run up the billing on your credit card.
These guys like Alan Magliocca who insists on hiding behind a character they’ve created so they can rip people aren’t to be trusted and I refuse to do business with them. I also would never recommend anything associated with them.
Enigma Code and Imperial Options
The guy in the video says that no one else knows about his secret app that he uses to create millions of dollars in wealth in as little as 5 days.
His Enigma Code app is supposedly his creation but this isn’t so. All the binary options broker sites give you a trading robot when you sign up.
Enigma Code’s binary options broker is Imperial Options and the two sites somehow are working together using branded pages on the Enigma Code website. When a user signs up he never leaves the Enigma Code website but is able to register with Imperial Options directly.
I managed to register for free and create an account although I never made a deposit. As usual, I do this under a fake name and fake details such as email and phone number to avoid being contacted.
The trading bot from Imperial Options is going to be the same one everyone that uses that platform uses so it’s not like it’s some secret bot that makes people a million dollars every 5 days.
Avoid Enigma Code and Binary Options
All of these binary options promos are the same. You watch a video with some over the top false promise of making lots of fast money, they ask you for your email address, you sign up with a broker and deposit $250 and then you lose your money.
Maybe you make some money in the beginning but like they say in casinos, the house always wins.
Also they’re almost always targeting a certain set of people – people who want to make money online fast who do not have much experience with binary options trading and is hearing about this type of activity for the first time.
It’s new and exciting and somehow the promise of making millions of dollars overnight from some secret technique you’ve never heard about sounds like it could actually happen.
It’s unrealistic and too good to be true. You’re almost always going to end up disappointed and a victim of greedy online serial scammers.