Shepard SDP is a SCAM!! Indisputable Review!

We highly recommend that you read this very important review regarding the Shepard SDP Scam which has been released, and no doubt most of you already have a “special invite” in your inboxes. Before taking any steps and opening the email or registering for the Shepard SDP software, we believe that you need to know the truth, and be fully aware of exactly what you are agreeing to, and what you can expect when you make that all important investment into Shepard-SDP.co website. Therefore ensure to read this review until the end, as we truly have some very interesting points which we will be revealing, ensuring we stop as many traders as possible from making a very big mistake with this auto trader.

Peter Shepard is the presenter of the automated software he is so kindly offering to only fifty new traders today. It is funny though, notice the countdown timer just above the video, how it states that should the time run down the Shepard SDP software will no longer be available, yet if you do actually let it run down….nothing happens. So much for a bit of excitement and wanting to see the site crash. Anyways back to Mr Shepard, this might come as no surprise to some of you, but he does not actually exist. There are no trusted social media profiles or ID’s available regarding his true identity, which should be really weird since he claims to be the owner of a company, however we have learned in this industry and with all the scam systems floating around, that nothing is beyond extraordinary these days.

This of course leads our review to further expose that the so called company which is also called Shepard SDP has not been called into existence, as it quite literally has no information / documentation / registration details regarding this successful business that has been making traders hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars. Which puts into questions absolutely everything offered by Peter and the Shepard SDP scam auto trader which we are expected to just trust and open an account with.

This invitation will never expire. Here is a common pop-up used by scam sites.

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How just how is this Shepard SDP software supposed to work? We truly wish we knew the details, as sadly even though we wasted a full 45 minutes of our time, listening to Peter’s sales pitch, we are still none the wiser on the mechanisms that makes the auto trader tick. Yes we are aware that there is some or other explanation regarding an algorithm that has been integrated into the programme which is effectively the secret behind what makes it so successful. Our question now is, where did they come across this phenomenon that is making people rich, and where exactly did the light bulb go on that this could actually work. At this point we do not actually believe anything said about the Shepard SDP scam, as there are too many holes in their explanations that needs explaining, which leaves a lot of doubt in our and other traders’ minds.

Of course most traders will realise the Shepard SDP software for a scam when they hear the claims of the system generating a 100% win ratio. However we dread that not many traders will know this, due to being new to the binary options industry. Which is also why it is important that should you know anyone looking at the Shepard SDP scam to share this review with them, to prevent anyone you know from losing money with this scam. As a first point, never believe any system or software claiming to generate only winning trades, and having zero losses, as there is no such thing as anything ever being one hundred percent guaranteed, if it was, then we would have so many accident babies in the world…..just saying.

We have also started to notice that some scam advertisers have started to use some very subtle and effective sales tactics during their scripts for the presentations. The sentences carefully integrated into Peter Shepard’s speech subtly leads you to believe that should you not act now, and register an account you will be missing out on the opportunity of a life time. By stating things like, if you get in on time, if you are accepted, if you pass the criteria, makes people believe that they might not actually even be accepted, let alone miss out. This then spurs them on to register for an account before doing the much needed research into the legitimacy of the Shepard SDP scam software & avoiding falling for this fraud system all together.

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Lastly, but not least of all, we would like to point out in this review that the timeline being presented to us in the presentation which can be seen on the Shepard-SDP.co website does not make any sense. When listening to Joel, the first beta tester giving his review of how the Shepard SDP software works, you can clearly hear him state that he has successfully been using the auto trader for at least six months now. Nonetheless if you do a quick search on the who.is website, you will see that the system was only registered on the 7th June 2016, and during the pitch, Peter has gave us the “actual” date of the filming which was the 27th June 2016. This makes the software twenty days old at the time of filming, yet Joel claimed to be using the software for 6 months. Either he is lying, or he has been using a system which is actually on offer to us today. We would put our money on the fact that he is just lying.

The Shepard SDP software is a scam, and we hope this review has opened your eyes to know what to look out for when considering whether to register with a software of not. If you do find that you are of the many who have a special invite in their inboxes, we advise that you unsubscribe from their mailing list, as we have no doubt they will continue to send you scam offers as long as you stay on their mailing list. This review about the Shepard SDP scam just yet again proves why it is so important to do your research, and to be fully in the know for what exactly you are getting yourself into when investing into an auto trader, and if at any time you are unsure or questioning whether it truly could be legit, ask for a second opinion, before making the fatal decision and depositing into a system that is only going to drain your account.

Review Verdict: Shepard SDP is a SCAM!

Blacklisted website – Shepard-SDP.co

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10 comments on “Shepard SDP is a SCAM!! Indisputable Review!
  1. bruce arseneault says:

    thanks for all your great truth concerning the many scams that are out there in web land waiting to steal your money ,
    I also asked if you knew anymore about the canuck binary system that is an auto sys and it looks like they are from the uK , just wondering before I check them out for myself thanks bruce

  2. Mohd Najib Mohd Amin says:

    “This VIP offer will expire soon”..LOL..soon this BS scammer got your money,u’re not VIP special anymore..they will say goodbye to u!..please guys,this only another trick from this cheap dirty scammer..please always be smart and please avoid this Shepard SDP software!..thanks once again watchdog for this important review!

  3. Garretsen says:

    Oh no.. Here we have another “vip offer” type of scam, this time they even included a helicopter. This article proes that Shepard sdp is a scam. There are so many red flags which the watchdog spotted, from the 100% succes rate to the relatively new domain.

    Thanks a lot watchdog!

  4. Philip says:

    Paid my $250 and my broker contacted me , told him new to this and wanted to try the automated system , told me there,s no such thing, they are optionbit.eu !

  5. Tony Hawley says:

    Agreed OptionBit are correct no auto trader has yet been invented to beat the Brokers !

  6. Hundreds of scammers exposed here BUT never have I seen any taken to court and delt with by the law in THE u.k I think Auction Fraud are pointless as are many othersI have written to and sent proof of scams ,answer we do not handle this type of inquiriy as this company is not registered ,so the frauds continue ,what a piss poor justice system that ignores fraud and scams

    • WatchDog says:

      Hi Graeme, Two companies had to pay hundreds of dollars in fines. We also managed to get a few websites such as Shepard SDP pulled down. It’s not easy and the laws and regulations are still far behind. No one to enforce true justice, but in the meantime we are here to provide free help with credit card disputes. In many cases we helped traders get their deposit back, all you got to do is contact your CC fraud department and provide them with evidence that you’ve been scammed. This is very easy, considering how obvious the scam sites are, once you know how to look for all the red flags.

      • Graeme says:

        Thank yo for your help to all those who have been scammed ,you do a great job ,.but in our case we wired money to SAFE Option.com so have no chance getting credited back .it is very important for investors to know NOT TO TRANSFER FUNDS BY WIRE ,.when we did this we assumed we were dealing with an honest company .this Adam WEISS if anyone comes across him treat like a leper from the bible stay well away he a man with no moral values ,lies ,cheats .steals ,then stops communicating ,,but Authorities in U.K just give impression ,it not there problem ,and not interested ,lets sort out the easy ones Safe Option.com are anything but safe

  7. Graeme says:

    Hi we lost over $100,000 US to Company Safe Option U.K money was wired to Ings bank in Amsterdam t/f to Safe Option.com uk Our investment was underwritten by A.I.G Insurance in Newyork ,We were advised in writing ,our capitol could not be lost only loss would be loss Profitif only gold price fell below strike rate , ,gold went up and up and we were happy stood to make 73000 U.S To this day after writing and contacting Adam Weiss C.F.O SAFE OPTIONS we have received nothing and authorities in U.K are not interested nor is A.I.G ,we would never have invested but for the so called financial Insurance policy ,.all i can say beware these scams are very professional and the crooks have no regard for you only profit to them scumbags with no feelings towards fellow man

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