Binary Reserve System is a binary options auto trader which I have just heard about today. I’m not going to say that it’s new as I can’t find any evidence of a release date but on first impressions, it somehow looks familiar. I don’t think that it’s a relaunch of an old site, it just seems to use a lot of the same tactics we’ve seen on other software websites. The logo is very basic and won’t have needed a high level of computer skills to create. The text at the top of the page is just garbage as its claims, however possible, are shoved a little too firmly into the faces of the site’s visitors. There is a timer which states that your spot will expire in 10 minutes, however, the timer doesn’t count down so it looks like your spot will never expire. It’s like those signs pubs used to have which said “free beer tomorrow”. When a customer enquired about it the next day, the bartender would say “no, it says tomorrow”.
Binary Reserve System Introduction Video
The video we’re presented with on the page is narrated, much like the vast majority of the sales videos in the binary options industry. The narration is subtitled in a colourful, eye-catching way as the voice states how he is going to show you a secret way to make massive amounts of money online without lifting a finger. One of the claims he makes is that the software has been carefully engineered by Jiro Hakomoto, one of the best software engineers in Japan. Jiro Hakomoto sounds like a made up name if ever I did hear one. Anyway, we are also fed nonsense about how watching this video could see you driving around in your dream car, relaxing in your luxury house and jetting around in your very own powerboat. These are all just scam tactics designed to get your imagination run wild so that you start to think, “what if this software works”.
Eventually, the narrator introduces himself as Jay Ross, who says that just a few months ago, he was spiralling further and further down the debt hole. He begins a sob story about how he was paying off credit cards with other credit cards and that when his wife gave birth to their second child, he had to turn it all around. It’s at this point that I noticed something quite odd. The screenshots of bank statements that are displayed on the page are EXACTLY the same ones as I saw only a few weeks ago on a different binary options intro video. I can’t remember which product it was for but I recognised the fake “Verified” stamps straight away. These stamps, by the way, are just stolen from Google.
My Summary of Binary Reserve System
This system lacks any evidence that it might actually work. I looked into this quite thoroughly and when examining the Twitter feed near to the bottom of the page, I noticed that the first tweet displayed looked very long considering Twitter has a character limit. Sure enough, when I typed the testimonial word for word into my Twitter account, it was double the length of an allowed tweet so this can’t possibly ever have been posted. The icing on the cake for me was the “risk notice” in the site’s footer. It states that “trading binary options can generate significant benefits but also involves a risk of partial or full funds loss and should be considered by initial investors.” Essentially, this means that any claim made in the video that this product doesn’t involve any risk or that it is “guaranteed” to make you money is a lie. This disclaimer covers off any potential lawsuits so once again, I have to conclude that Binary Reserve System is a scam!