This weekend marks the opening of the new Mad Max film, Mad Max: Fury Road.
Of the three Mad Max movies that came before I think that I’ve seen one but I might try to catch the trilogy on Netflix before I check out the new one.
There’s also another Mad Max that people are getting sold on and that is the binary promo, Mad Max Profits which I feel is undoubtedly trying to capitalize on an ongoing event – the buzz behind the new movie.
In other words, there isn’t really a guy named “Mad Max” who is threatening to kill the guy in the promo video, ex-postman David Finn. It’s all plain fiction, just like the movie.
Let’s look at this Mad Max Profits binary options promo a little closer to see what I found.
The Story Behind Mad Max Profits is Bogus
The video promo for Mad Max Profits opens up with a news story from a channel called IBN News.
The presentation looks legit as far as production values go but it is 100% fake and only designed to deceive. I searched for IBN News but couldn’t find any such existence of a channel. There is a website called CNN-IBN, otherwise known as IBN Live, an Indian news station but this is entirely different to the one in the presentation.
So this is the case of a fake story being used as a marketing presentation.
The story itself is revolves around our presenter, a David Finn (no doubt a made up name) who used to be a postman working for minimum wage.
David seems to be very mad at a millionaire binary options guru called Max Taylor who is also known as Mad Max for some reason. It is later revealed that David’s wife left him for Max so David ended up stealing the millionaires proprietary software and in an act of revenge is going to be giving it away to the public (but to only 50 people).
As a result he is receiving death threats from Mad Max Taylor but he doesn’t seem to care.
As you are probably thinking by now, the story is pretty bogus and just designed to appeal to people’s love for a good story. Stories being used as marketing messages are great selling angles and this is why they’re used so often within binary options promos instead of them actually showing you how you can make money with the software.
There is no David Finn, no Mad Max, no IBN news and whether you believe it or not, there is no software that is going to make anyone a binary options millionaire.
Did You Spot These Lies?
There are more lies and shady marketing techniques employed by “David” to trick you into his ultimate goal – getting you to deposit $250 to his recommended binary options broker.
There are at least three you can spot when watching the video for his Mad Max Profits promo besides the fact that his story (including his name) is totally made up.
No matter how many times you reload the page the video always has 1871 people viewing it. Very unusual as there isn’t always going to be the same number of people on the page at any given time.
Somehow even though he’s giving away 50 copies of the software, there always seems to be 2 spots left when you’re watching the video as shown by a counter at the top of the page. You would think with so many people viewing that these spots would quickly get snatched up. Another ploy to prompt you to think irrationally and take action fast.
Also at some point in the video, David reveals the truth about almost all of these binary options promos – how they’re just bogus stories to get you to download some garbage software and to get you to deposit money at the broker. He goes on to say that the only people making money are the brokers and that the software ends up making you lose trades.
Knowing that he is using all these tricks and lies, this is most likely what is going on here as well and the only reason he is saying this is because he wants you to think that this is different and that it will actually make you money.
Mad Max Profits and RBOptions
The recommended broker for Mad Max Profits is RBOptions and from what I’ve read, this seems to be a trusted binary options trading platform.
I can’t say for sure because I haven’t used RB Options to trade binary options but at least the reviews are better than some of the ones recommended by other binary options promos.
However, keep in mind that binary options trading isn’t really trading but has more to do with gambling. Unless you’re the casino going type who doesn’t mind relying on luck and chance, this isn’t really the way for you to make money online and I suggest that you stay far from binary options trading.
You are far more likely to lose all your money getting involved with binary options that to make the $12,000 per day some fake character you heard about on the internet makes.