Half the time we are really surprised as to how far the scammer really go to scam people out of their money, and today we are amazed at the steps the EUxit scam has taken. If you decide to venture over to the EUxit.Trade website, you will start to see exactly what we are talking about. We advise that you read our full EUxit review before getting any ideas on how this software can supposedly make your life better because of Brexit that took place not too long ago.
One you get past the annoying pop up, that pops up even though you are still watching the video, you are introduced to David McNeal. We are aware that he introduces himself as the CEO and Creator of the Euxit software, and the one who wants to hand you the free system today to improve your life considerably. Well with that being said, let us introduce to you the real person behind the screen, and that is none other than Fiverr.com actor that goes by the nickname of Hanoi66. As a general rule we do not have anything against actors, but that sentiment does not go as far as fiverr actors, as these actors are the lowest paid that you can get, and any auto trader that is not willing to spend decent money on the production of their system, is not worth the public support.
Review with Deja Vu, this guy is a Fiverr.com actor used by many scams!
This is also not the first auto trader that is trying to take advantage of big economical events known as Brexit that took place not too long ago. The EUxit scam somehow also claims, alongside Bexit Bot and Brexit Money Machine, that they can successfully trade the GBP on a downwards trend due to the effects the vote has had on the market. Sadly however none of these auto traders seems to getting with the times and what is actually happening in the market today. It is not a secret that the pound has recovered to almost the same level on where it was before the vote, meaning if anyone followed the EUxit software or any of the system that claims the same, would have lost their investments.
Still not sure that the EUxit scam is bogus based on our review? Well here are a few more facts to prove to you the software is nothing but a cheap thrown together excuse of a system aimed at stealing your investments. When you have a further look on the EUxit.Trade website notice the amounts that are supposedly generated by the EUxit software. Notice the amounts of money apparently generated by the software. The daily for example, is that per trader or in total for everyone using the auto trader. The same goes for the total, who does this refer to, and what is the time frame? Well we can inform you that the amount cannot be over a longer period of time than two months. Why do we say this? Simple, because the domain name: EUxit.Trade was only registered on the 27th June 2016!
On top of all of the above mentioned, do not forget about the ridiculous widget in the bottom right hand corner of the EUxit scam flashing 2 spots left. We have had the website open now for a few hours whilst doing our investigation for our review, and that number has not changed, even refreshing our browser, we still get the same thing. Surely if this was the answer to all your problems those spaces would have been gone by now.
One thing big corporations and governments across the world has come to realise already is the Brexit is not a bad thing, as the reports are becoming stronger and stronger that Britain will be better off being outside of the EU. This directly translate into the EUxit software not working or coming close to working, as it is dependent on the downfall of the UK, and the weakening of the Sterling. Therefore entrusting your money into system such as the EUxit scam will definitely see you fail, as there is nothing that makes this system unique except for trading the “downfall” of the Pound.
Day-Traders who are interested in signal services and auto traders should do their research before even entering their details into the boxes provided. By not doing so, you stand the risk of falling for a scam like the EUxit software, and even if you end up not trading with the system, you have just freely given your information to scammers, who will continue to use this to spam you with further offers. Binary Options is becoming more well-known across the world, however sadly not many traders are aware that auto traders exist, and when they come to realise chances are they have already been scammed since 95% of systems launched are fraudulent. We therefore encourage you to share this review or any of our other reviews if you find anyone you know of interested in an auto trader that has been promising imaginary big returns.
Review Verdict: EUxit is a SCAM!
Blacklisted website – EUxit.Trade
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