You have to wonder how they come up with the names of these binary options systems.
There is no doubt that with the release of the latest James Bond movie, Spectre was the inspiration for the binary options promo that I’m going to review.
The page design, graphics and layout of this promo, just like the movie looks very attractive and has an air of classy elegance to it. However , that is probably the only good thing about Spectre System.
Is Spectre System finally the real deal and can you make the $15, 159 per week like it promises or should I say guarantees?
Here’s why I call BS on this new promo that comes from the dumps of the Clicksure affiliate network.
Patrick Quinn Is the Villain In Spectre System Video
The video for Spectre System isn’t any different from the other videos for binary options systems that Patrick Quinn wants to separate himself from.
He sits on his couch and starts talking about pulling up to his house in his $120,000 Aston Martin and making his asshole neighbor shocked and disgusted.
If there was any doubt that this Spectre System was somehow not related to the new James Bond movie, this opening statement would have erased that as Bond drives Aston Martins while engaging in espionage.
Perhaps, the logo was created to sway doubters as it suggests that Spectre System had been around since 2013.
A check with WhoIs.com where they show records on domain names shows that the website domain was only recently purchased on November 12th 2015 by a Michael Clapcott in the UK. Spectre was released in cinemas just one week before.
In the video, Quinn wants you so bad to trust him and believe that this system will work for you but all he does is tell lies and thankfully rats on the binary options industry. Even Quinn himself is a lie (I’ll get to this in a minute).
Quinn keeps reiterating that you must put your wallet away because he doesn’t need your money. How many times have we heard that before only to be sent off to a broker where the first requirement is to deposit at least $250 to start trading?
Another thing he does is he keeps showing off his fake bank account and stock pictures of an Aston Martin and luxury house. I’m thinking if he really owns an Aston Martin then he’s show that instead, not some photo he downloaded off the internet.
As you will come to realize, downloading pictures off the internet seems to be some sort of a hobby for whoever created the Spectre System promo.
If Quinn is a Lie…
I mentioned before that the Spectre System domain was bought and owned by Michael Clapcott of the UK.
From what I know with these binary options scams, Patrick Quinn is most likely not the name of the guy speaking in the video. Patrick Quinn is a character created by someone and played by an actor (not a very good one in this case).
It seems that Michael Clapcott is the real player behind the Spectre System and from what I could dig up online about this guy is that he also owns several other domains in the betting industry:
- Six Figure Betting System
- Winning Horses Only
- Quids in Betting Service
With each of these systems, just like Patrick Quinn, Michael moonlights as Colin Maccallum, Curtis Palmer and Mark Summers respectively.
It doesn’t surprise me that Michael Clapcott is a marketer in the betting niche as this is common with most of these binary options systems. He just simply expanded to binary options.
So now we know for sure that Patrick Quinn isn’t real.
If Quinn is a lie then this means that the bank accounts he shows us are definitely doctored as they show his name. Nearly everything else in the video must be a lie then.
All Those Testimonials! The Spectre Team!
Directly under the video, there are two sections. A section showing “live profit trades” where you can see users who have made money and another section showing the Spectre team.
I have no idea what the Spectre team does but they don’t look like ordinary people. It turns out that these guys all take photos of themselves and instead of posting them on Facebook and Instagram like normal people, they post them to stock photo sites.
Either that or the Spectre System creator downloaded the photos from stock photo sites and gave them names. This has been done before with other binary options promos I’ve reviewed so this would most likely be the case.
For the testimonials, it looks as though they stole the photos from the web and also gave them new names. For example:
Natasha, the Russian is actually Natasha Faith, founder of La Diosa, a jewellery making company in the UK and her photo was taken from this Telegraph article that mentioned her company.
Meiling from China is actually Yu Gatbans (Han) of North Korea, the subject of an internet meme after Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda song was released.
Clive from France is actually Doug James, a computer science professor at Stanford and his photo taken from his profile on the Standford University website.
Apart from some photos that were taken from stock photo sites, I’m sure that if I were to research more of these pics, I’d find some of real people like the ones mentioned above who aren’t likely to use some fake binary options system much less submit a photo so everyone can see they’re using the Spectre System.
Some Binary Options Truths Exposed
The thing about these binary options systems is that many times the narrator wants you to trust them so badly that they will often rat out the industry, the brokers and all the other binary options promo creators.
Listen to Quinn carefully and you’ll hear him talking about when systems that claim to make trades for you and trade with YOUR money, they keep a fat commission for themselves.
He also goes hard at the other scammers saying that every single system created was designed to steal your hard earned money. ALL of them.
And with the other stuff that I’ve revealed, you realize that this one is no different.
Titan Trade and Spectre System?
When Quinn talks about crappy robots and scam brokers who pocket commissions from each trade that uses your money and how every single system before was designed to steal your hard earned money, I really didn’t expect him to recommend a broker that I had seen before.
I expected him to offer a download for a robot that was created specifically to make the trades he spoke about in the video with the 100% win rate.
I also expected him to recommend a CySec regulated broker that I hadn’t seen recommended 1000 times before.
But then he recommends Titan Trade which is where you will download their trading robot and place trades.
This means that his system is no different from the dozens of other binary options promos before that recommended Titan Trade. And since all those other systems don’t work then Spectre System falls into the same league.
You would also need to go grab the same wallets that Patrick Quinn told you to put away. Go figure.
The Writing is On the Wall
For the Spectre System, the writing is on the wall for this binary options promo. With fake characters, stolen pictures, fake bank accounts and a broker we’ve seen 100 times before, this system is yet another scam that has been unleashed unto the world.
People want to make money online, they shouldn’t need to have to wade through mess like this.
The thing is that people like Michael Clapcott aren’t spending their time trading binary options. They’re making their money using a much surer method.
While the business model Michael uses to make money is a legitimate one, his methods aren’t so honest and should not be followed.
If you want to see the secrets behind binary options and how you could use this business model to build an online business that could pay you for years to come, check out this article that I wrote about what these guys are doing.