Quick Cash Method is a binary options trading application which claims, straight away, to be able to make you $5795 per day. Now, I’m instantly sceptical about this based entirely on the software’s name. The website logo doesn’t look as bad as other ones we’ve seen in this industry but that’s just a small point to take into account. What initially gets me is the lack of information on the site itself. We’re given a sales video and a sign up form and little else. Most binary options software sites include some kind of disclaimer, which is unfortunately lacking here so we have to ask ourselves how concerned the creators of this system are about legalities.
The Quick Cash Method Video
As the video is the only real source of information that we are given on the page, we have to take its content seriously and look into whether or not we think the claims and statements made are legit. The video begins with a well-dressed man walking into his dining room and instantly telling us that “you need cash” and that he’s going to give it to us. Of course, the next thing we are shown is a bank balance screenshot displaying over $24 Million, which just further adds to my already wavering attention. There is a clear mistake in this video where the editors forgot to cut in some fake testimonials. He says, “don’t take my word for it, check this out…” before pausing, but nothing happens.
Next, we are told, quite predictably, that you will not have to pay a single penny for this system because he is offering this system to you 100% free. We know that this is not true because of all the other times we’ve seen the same claims. You always need to make an initial deposit before getting started with trading binary options, that’s just the way it is. Shortly after this, he questions the legitimacy of automated software. He asks “Do you honestly believe that automated trading software can make you $10,000 a day or whatever it is they tell you?” Obviously, any auto-trader that claims this is always going to be a risk, but there have been occasions where they have made good money for the first few weeks. The main issue I have with auto traders is that if there is no limit to the number of trades placed per day, the software’s natural aim is for your balance to be too little to place another trade. If you think about it, the software places a trade and wins, it places another trade. It isn’t programmed to “quit while it’s ahead”, it’s programmed to just keep trading.
We now lead on to loosely termed “testimonials”. I say loosely termed because they’re not actually testimonials at all, they are just fake balance screenshots shown by the presenter of the video. For me, the very first one rings alarm bells as the account shown is with NRG Binary, a binary options broker which went under a few months ago and took every accountholder’s money with it.
My Summary on Quick Cash Method
I know I haven’t looked into much of the video at all but I think I have found enough reasons within the first 3 minutes to stay away. Quick Cash Method tries to make you believe that “this one is different” and the truth is, it’s just the same as the other binary options scams out there. So, I have left a link below this review for you to easily find the page but I don’t recommend making a deposit. My overall conclusion is that Quick Cash Method is a scam!