In the last 2 years we noticed many websites and videos on YouTube endorsing SignalPush.com as a reliable trade copier, allowing traders to follow other traders BUT of course with a broker registration and/or fees, this exchange in not free. The payment structure for the Signal Push scheme changed over the last months and may continue to change and we would certainly appreciate your feedback if you are an active member. One of the concerns we have with Signal Push besides a few complaints here and there, is their affiliation with Global Trader 365 and a few other scam brokers. It seems that Global Trader 365 and a few other scam sites are listed on SignalPush under “unverified brokers”, though traders may still sign up with these brokers and use SignalPush. If you break down the business model, the Signal Push brokers are paying affiliate commissions to SignalPush and we find that it’s the responsibility of the service to promote reliable brokers if and when a broker registration is a requirement. At least, we would expect them not to be affiliated with one of the worst scams in the industry, a broker accused of ID theft, Credit Card Fraud, Manipulation of Rates, Withdrawal refusal and the list goes on.
It’s important to note that even though they mainly promotes Markets World, StockPair and CToption, they still work with “unverified brokers” and half of the list includes scams or unregulated binary options trading sites including the Global Trader 365 Scam which as of 12/18/2014 they haven’t removed even with the overwhelming evidence in every corner of the Intenet that they are a pure scam. Markets World is not CySEC regulated and we do not recommend this broker due to many complaints over the years. Another important warning about Markets World, they also accept US traders without CFTC regulations which is against US Federal law. Why are you working with scam brokers SignalPush?
Signal Push is not WatchDog approved as we never received any positive feedback or any endorsements from actual traders who are members of this service. In our research we could only find affiliated reviews from websites who are partnered with the service, which means that the opinions on the service might be partial and aimed to drive visitors to the the service since they are paid by SignalPush.
Our question is: Why can’t we find actual traders who are proudly using SignalPush and have positive feedback on the service? A few complaints are not necessarily an indication that SignalPush is a scam, however, the lack of real testimonials and evidence of a winning performance over two years the service has been in operation, by any of the SignalPush members leads us to believe that this is not a real service unless proven otherwise. Searching for a real binary options signals service or software is like finding a needle in a haystack. You should be warned that many services try to deceive traders by creating fake “signals market places” in which traders can follow other traders, none of these services including SignalPush have demonstrated full transparency or an open non affiliated forum in which traders can discuss their actual results and winnings.
We would love to believe that SignalPush is a reliable service but after a few complaints we tend to believe that SignalPush is a scam. Please share your honest feedback and testimonials with us and our website’s visitors. Did you make money with SignalPush.com? Do you find the service a reliable mediator between traders? Are you happy with your experience with Signal Push? The more feedback, the better!
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