This is a warning concerning Trade Fusion, a new viral SCAM we exposed in details. Read this review before you join the software, as we will be revealing their manipulative ways to scam each and every member. When you first come across the TradeFusion.co site, it is easy to see why so many day-traders have already fallen for their lies and deposited funds with this scam. The presentation is probably one of the “best we have seen” among bogus binary options automated systems, however luckily we do not just take anyone’s word on whether a system such as Trade Fusion can be trusted or not.
Review fraud and deception! Pure Evidence!
Now for some proof that the Trade Fusion enterprise is not all it’s set out to be. Having a quick look at Carol Landry the supposedly InnoTech System employee, her picture has been changed over the last couple of weeks. The previous picture used was of a different lady, which was proven on various other blogs to be fake, that they have now replaced. That is not all unfortunately, scrolling down the site, the supposedly “Team” pictures has also be changed, even Timothy Marcus has a new face now. Still think Trade Fusion can be trusted? The evidence regrettably is stacking up more and more against the Trade Fusion scam auto trader. During our review, we came across more damning facts that we cannot ignore.
We also dug a bit deeper into the big news sites said to back the Trade Fusion scam, and you will probably not be surprised to find that we were unable to link the software to CNBC, and Business Insider, or someone by the name of Timothy Marcus. Additionally we have also found the real host presenting CNBC Futures Now, and the person is Jackie DeAngelis and not Antony Gristani as claimed on the Trade Fusion website.
The Tradefusion.co site was only registered in Nov 2015 according to Whois.net, far from the 2 years ago mentioned by Timothy. Which also puts the trading results of their beta tester to question, as the site will only be more than 3 months old in just over a week. Yet the claim is their current members have already been making about $35K in their three trading months. Furthermore we also found that Binaryoptionsanonymous.com has blacklisted the Trade Fusion fraud, and as some of you may already know, the BO Anonymous site takes a complete objective view to every system and neither endorses nor promotes any brokers or signals providers of any kind.
TradeFusion.co Review – Exposed on YouTube!
Again it’s sad that we have to write review upon review on scam binary option auto traders such as Trade Fusion. The scam services are getting more and cleverer as time is passing, even reading some of the other reviews already done on Trade Fusion, and some other bloggers have fallen prey to this system and lost their initial deposit. If you haven’t deposited money yet, we highly recommend that you follow our example and not risk a penny on the tradefusion.co site. Nothing brings us more joy than to expose these scam systems for what they are during the review, it is just unfortunate that sometimes people still deposit without doing their own research.
It’s really unfortunate to see so many lousy, money-making schemes that offer no hope to anyone who is seeking legitimate opportunities with binary options trading. They know how to grab your attention by using manipulative sales tactics and promises that most of us, even the most logical, have a hard time refusing. Trust your ‘gut feeling’ if things seem too good to be true and always do a Google research. In this particular case, the majority of the reviews point to the same conclusion, backed by many comments by disappointed newbies who thought they’ll have a chance to generate some profit with this system. BETTER ALTERNATIVES are out there and in some cases they don’t appear as convincing and might offer you a ‘less promising’ deal but at least you’ll be in safe hands.
Review Verdict: TradeFusion is a SCAM!
“Timothy Marcus” = Not a a Real Person.