BinaryAssassin by “James Ruskin” and “Martin Nielsenis” is a relatively new binary options scam. It was quite easy to come to the conclusion that it’s a scam therefore at first we thought we would skip this review, but because we’re receiving a lot of inquiries about this software, we’ve decided to write a quick review so that it becomes official that Binary Assassin is not a legit software, but a scam.
On the main page of BinaryAssassin.co we have the usual fake names and dollar figures, forged results, and random images representing BinaryAssassin traders. They bought or stole 10 such images from various websites, but we’ll give example of just a couple.
“Stephen Castillo” who says “We’re going to Tokyo” is actually Iain Campbell (http://www.needhamsmodels.com/Men/index.cfm?fuseaction=details&id=1955). The image of Karen Skeens who says “I double my money every trade” is used by many different websites, such as: https://www.faceliftdentures.com/can-i-look-hot-in-dentures/ . And so on, all of the images that the BinaryAssassin.co website claims to represent traders really belong to actors and models. This is a characteristic of many of the scams we review.
Scrolling down to the Frequently Asked Questions section, we find the Binary Assassin’s promise for how much money can be made with the software. It says: “I made almost $2.5 million in just 12 months from just one of my accounts with the software and you can do exactly the same.” Not! They love to exaggerate. On the question of “What if I don’t understand something or need help?” they answer that they “offer free lifetime customer support to ensure that you succeed.” The truth is that once you make a deposit, you will probably never hear from them again. “Can I think about it and come back to get a copy later? I cannot stress it enough that the copies are extremely limited and if you do not download your free copy now, then the chances are you will never get one.” The software will be available for many more days and suckers, trust us. It will probably stay on the shelves at least until the creators of BinaryAssassin scam are assassinated or put behind bars where they belong!
We continue this review by checking out the Binary Assassin main video. Above the video it says: “You will make at least $500 within 5 minutes of watching this free videoβ¦ guaranteed.” So let’s give it a shot! The video begins with a fake snapshot of James Ruskin’s bank account with a $2.4M balance. Then they go on talking about the economic crisis and how “there’s no doubt that you along with millions of others would be forced to lead a nightmarish life” and that your only solution is to sign up with the Binary Assassin software. Next, they show a demonstration of the BinaryAssassin software. At this point it’s quite obvious that the demonstration is not real because they lied so much until now. Binary Assassin is nothing but a scam.
If you’re looking for an automatic trading bot, there are a few that are not fake but those are not fully automated, but semi-automated. They give you signals based on technical analysis but they cannot perform the trade automatically because you still need a real person who is aware of what goes on in the market in fundamental terms, influences that can never be foreseen by a robot. Because of that it’s always a good idea to start trading using a free demo account. Check out WatchDog’s recommended services. It’s also important to sign up with a fully regulated and licensed broker. That is if you intend to ever withdraw your profits. Because with some of the brokers that are available with Binary Assassin scam, they will never let you withdraw.
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