Important! It is paramount that you read our review regarding the FinTech SCAM to the very end, before even considering to think that this might be a genuine opportunity to make money online. It has come to our attention that the FinTech Limited software has been marketed by email spammers under the radar in an attempt to get as many people to register with the Auto Trader, before there are enough reviews on the system to warn traders against them. Therefore it is crucial that you do not pay any attention if you have received any calls or emails regarding the Fintech-Ltd.com website, as you most definitely are looking at a scam system.
The Alleged owner and founder of FinTech Ltd, Daniel Roberts, claims to have had a light-bulb moment when he decided to instruct his team to start developing the FinTech software. The story goes, that he was apparently the boss of a Technology Company about 18 months ago. His employee Ben got into some difficulty trading the stock markets resulting in him faulting on his mortgage payments. Daniel back then had the clever idea to start using their data analyzing skills to analyse financial markets. With this data then they were able to create and develop the FinTech scam you will hear of today.
Linna Knight and other “members” are fake just to be clear, example:
This picture was brought to you by ShutterStock.com, not a real Beta Tester!
We had to laugh when we started watching the presentation video on the Fintech-Ltd.com webpage. Notice the Ferrari’s driving past the mansion, have a look at their number plates “Red Travel” this is actually a hired car company. Anyone who has the dream to drive a sports car for a day can hire one from them. Yet here he is trying to sell you the dream that he FinTech Limited fraud is able to generate you over$441k in a week no a $20k investment. Where is his Ferrari then? This is not even to mention that this was also only their third attempt at the software, after managing to get the first one to profit instantly. Half of us is not sure if Daniel is actually trying to take everyone for a fool before removing the FinTech software from the web, or if he actually thinks people will believe his fib that it is so easy creating a binary options auto trader by doing some simple data analyzing.
Whilst doing our FinTech review we are actually taken back a little bit by the laid back attitude Daniel has. Ok yes, we get that he does not need to be aggressive or anything, but what we don’t get is the fact that he explains this whole thing as simple. We have been in the binary options industry for almost as long as it exists, and know enough people to know that creating a successful auto trader is not as simple as data analyzing and setting up a simple algorithm. If this was true then clearly some of the smartest people in binary options have been doing it all wrong and should go to Daniel Roberts for advice.
A few things you should be aware of before registering with the FinTech Limited scam, is that there is actually a trusted FinTech Ltd company that exists, and sad to say, they have no relation to Daniel Roberts or binary options trading. We fear that their good name is regrettably being dragged through the mud with the release of the Automated System. That was point number one, point number two are the “See what others say about us”, these are all pictures taken from the web, doing a simple search will show you all the websites they are related to. Point number 3, having a look at the website age on who.is, notice that it was only registered in January 2016, yet Mr Roberts informs us that this operation has been up and running for at least 18 months. Point number 4, the claims are that the more people that trade with the FinTech software the more accurate it becomes. First of all for it to already generate $441k on a $20k deposit within a week is already pretty damn accurate, and chances are it is running at almost 100%, so the question becomes how much data do they then need to make it even more accurate, as we also have it on good authority that they are allowing more than 7 people into the system per day.
Finally, we have just done a quick crash course on the things you should be aware of before entering your details into the boxes provided for the FinTech Ltd software. One thing you should also be aware of, there’s absolutely no online trading system that’s able to generate more than 85% consistently, without proof, and it’s one thing that is lacking when it comes to the FinTech Scam. Not at one time did we see trades, actual figures, trusted beta testers, nothing. Yet, people are still expected to be gullible and register. We only have one piece of advice at this time, and that is not always believe everything you hear in the presentations, always check the facts with a reliable source first.
Review Verdict: FinTech Limited (LTD) is a SCAM!
Blacklisted website – Fintech-Ltd.com
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