“Jake Pertu” is the fake name of the creator of the Aussie Method scam (AussieMethod.com). The picture obviously is fake as well. It was taken from http://imgbuddy.com/man-png.asp and belongs to a rather handsome actor. We can assure you the real creator of this scam is not as fine-looking, judging by this ugly AussieMethod scam. So right from the start of this review we see that the Aussie Method presents dishonest information. At least there’s no fake, backwards “Spots left” counter! These scammers must be reading the Binary Options WatchDog reviews.
The AussieMethod.com by “Jake Pertu” video starts with some false testimonials. The first of a “Howard Hope” who made $482,118, then an “Eddie Waltz” who made $538,617, a “Louis” who made $764,050, “Rosie Green” made $622,001. We have got a couple of problems with those fake testimonials. First, the dates of the fake account snapshots are long before this scam had been released. Second, nobody who makes such large amount of profits will ever leave them in their accounts. Once you make a few thousand dollars, you would normally withdraw some of the profits. No one, not even professional traders, ever reaches such large balances.
“I want you to make hundreds of thousands of dollars in the next 30 days!” the Aussie Method video continues, “I’ll even help you do it.” The only thing he is going to help you do is to lose your hard-earned cash. He promises that he’ll “pay you $10,000 in cold hard cash right out of my own pocket” if you fail to make money with his software. Unfortunately, by the amount of questions we’ve been receiving about this software, we’re sure some of the readers of this article have already signed up with the Aussie Method scam, and therefore they have obviously failed to make the promised hundreds of thousands of dollars. So we’d really like to know if any of you guys received the $10,000 compensation OR did you never get any response from the allegedly “7 days per week – 24 hours a day” customer support team. So please leave a comment below this review so that everybody knows that the Aussie Method is a method to scam people and not to make money.
Next, we tried the AussieMethod.com live chat system. We asked them, “Are you a scam?” to which “Jake Pertu” answered: “The returns I presented here are 100% real and are verified by 3rd party traders and programmers. You can see countless of testimonials and reviews from people who have earned $400,000 and more on their first month of trying the system. I am so confident that I signed a legal contract where I compensate every person who doesn’t earn at least $100,000 with unconditional $10,000 payment. Please note that available copies are running out so you should secure your spot now.” So even without a fake backward counter, they will still try this tactic of making you feel that you’re going to lose a precious opportunity if you don’t act fast. We then asked: “Why did you take a picture from imgbuddy.com and not use your real picture?” The answer: “Hey Did you register for my software?” So we tried again: “I want to, just wondering why you used a fake photo.” After a few minutes… “Hello?” To which an answer came: “What you mean? lol” “I mean, why is the picture of Jake Pertu taken from http://imgbuddy.com/man-png.asp?” “Hey its me:)” “No, it’s not :)” Okay, WatchDog, enough playing around with poor salesmen for today.
To sum up our Aussie Method scam review, you have two options before you. You can enter your email address on AussieMethod.com, start getting a lot more junk mail, sign up with a greedy broker which will convince you to deposit very large amounts of money which you will lose in a matter of hours or days, and then email WatchDog to help you recover your funds from the Aussie Method thieves. OR you can sign up with a fully EU regulated and licensed broker and practice with a Free Demo Account to learn how to trade on your own. We hope you make the right choice and please don’t forget to comment below this review and let us know what you think of the Aussie Method!