It’s not surprising how these scammers will go to lengths to trick people into handing over a $250 deposit to a binary options broker.
First they come up with an angle, a story, and then they employ all types of tricks like hiring actors to lie to you, buying stock photos and trying to pass them off as real people and even creating fake third party websites to vouch for them.
Lucky Rich Kid is no different and plays out all these tricks like they wrote the book.
They even go a few extra miles.
An Exhibition of Fiverr Actors
Usually, these binary options promos would only use actors from Fiverr to do testimonials. There are quite a few in Lucky Rich Kid’s video.
Whenever you see a real person telling the story in the video, it’s most likely an actor with a fake name. This the the case with Lucky Rich Kid but you would not expect them to also use someone from Fiverr. This is what they did.
The guy in the video calls himself Jacob Harris but that is just a made up name and here’s the proof.
The guy who plays Jacob Harris is just a Fiverr actor who sells video testimonials and other video related services for as low as $5.
Well this revelation just shuts down the whole Lucky Rich Kid story.
You now know that:
- there is no Jacob Harris
- the bank account he shows off is fake (because it says Jacob Harris)
- he couldn’t have shown strangers how to make $15K in under 20 minutes (he’s just an actor)
- the testimonials are fake (since above is true)
And you wouldn’t be able to make $15K either because the non-existent Jacob Harris cannot guarantee you that you’ll make this kind of money in that amount of time with no experience and no work.
The last time I saw them use a Fiverr actor as the main character in the video is with Profit With Cindy.
How about the constipated guy in the video at the beginning that can’t stand Lucky Rich Kid?
When I saw him I immediately recognized him because I had snapped a screenshot for another review that used him as a testimonial.
Why is that guy pissed when he’s supposed to be a millionaire as well? Truth is, he’s selling gigs on Fiverr.
Then there’s this guy:
“Barry” is also a Fiverr actor who has also made his rounds in lots of these binary options promos. Lots!
I even mentioned him in my review for Home Profits Group just last week.
There is no way “Barry” who was someone else in the above screenshot made $15,000 in 17 minutes. It was probably closer to $5.
There are some other testimonials in the video like the couple who were approached the this stranger kid and made $15,000 doing absolutely nothing while out shopping; those are probably from Fiverr as well.
Like I said, the entire video is just an exhibition of Fiverr testimonials and proves that this Lucky Rich Kid thing is nothing more than a scam.
Unnecessary Photo Manipulation
Another trick from the book is using a stock photo to represent a real person.
For example, Jake Pertu of Aussie Method isn’t a real person but a stock photo that anyone can purchase to use on their website.
In the case of Lucky Rich Kid, they can’t really use a stock photo for Jacob Harris because Jacob appears in the video. But wait, they actually DID use a stock photo for Jacob Harris.
There’s a photo to the right of the screen showing Jacob holding a laptop showing a financial graph on the screen.
Now check out the photo below.
No it’s not the wrong photo. It’s the same exact photo they used. All the did was remove the head of the guy in the photo and replace it with the Fiverr guy, changed the color of the and add the financial graph to the blank laptop screen. You can see from the creases on the shirt, the finger positions and the button positions on the shirt that it’s the same photo from Shutterstock.
All I can say is, I guess they read the reviews where I expose the use of stock photos for testimonials and fake characters.
Bogus Earning Claims
If you knew nothing about Fiverr actors and stock photo manipulation then I guess that you would not spot the stuff I exposed above so quickly or at all.
However, one thing you might be skeptical about is the $15,000 in less than 20 minutes that Jacob wants to guarantee you.
The couple in the video said that they laughed at the crazy kid who walked up to them as told them he could make them $15K in a short amount of time. With that attitude, would you deposit $250 to a broker to do something you’ve never heard about and was skeptical about in the first place?
If you believe this story then I have an uncle who is a Nigerian prince with a large inheritance that wants your help.
There is no way anyone can confidently bet on you earning such large sum of money without you doing any work, or any type of input besides cash. Things just don’t work like that in the real world (or online).
Anyway as we pointed out, the fact that Jacob doesn’t exist makes these claims bogus since Jacob has never made this kind of money so fact himself.
For all which I’ve explained above, I declare Lucky Rich Kid nothing more than a scam.
I couldn’t see which broker Lucky Rich Kid was using because the form kept telling me that I needed to input a telephone number even after I’d put in a phone number twice.
If you do know which broker they’re recommending, please comment below. I think they may be rotating different binary options brokers if what I found on another review is correct.
If you do get past the sign up form, do your research on the options broker that they’re using as some of these places are trouble and a real headache to deal with when you want your money.
Lucky Rich Kid is just an angle on your typical binary options promo scam. There is no lucky rich kid, no Jacob Harris, no crazy software that lets you get $15K fast with no work and no reason to try this at all.