Cobalt Code is a SCAM!! Indisputable Review!

It is paramount that you read this very important review on the Cobalt Code Scam that we are expecting to go extremely viral due to the sheer amount of feedback we have been receiving from our subscribers. The Cobalt Code software is currently being advertised mostly via emails and social media, therefore ensure you do not engage with this system via the links you may have received, before you have read our full review on this auto trader. During our review of Grant Stone and software website, we will unmask all the details every trader should be aware of, before registering your full details and open an account.

Grant Stone really goes for during his presentation on the Cobalt Code scam. He most certainly ensures you know what you are going to be missing out on should you pass up the opportunity and not register with his bogus auto trader. He tries with all the well-known selling points used by so many scam services that we have had the pleasure to review, and this is the use of fancy cars, luxury houses, inflated bank accounts, you name it, they used it. We are not saying that every person claiming to have been able to afford those things as a result of trading binary options is fake and a scam, however you have to take into account that about 95% of systems released, such as the Cobalt Code software are 100% fraudulent, and seriously go out of their way to sell you the most unrealistic dream and promises.

The story behind how the Cobalt Code scam came into play is basically due to Grant his friend Steve and Grant’s previous experience of a mine in Madagascar of the coast of Africa that mines Cobalt. The theory is that he basically kissed the asses of his superiors in order to get hold of their secrets and how they were manipulating the markets in their favour, also known as insider trading, which some traders will know is an illegal practise still used by some very dodgy companies today. After discovering their classified information on how exactly they got to where they are, he and his friend Steve set out to create the scam auto trader known today as the Cobalt Code Software. The guy below is completely anonymous, just another shady actor.


If that already does not send red flags flying through your mind, here are few more pieces of evidence that we were able to uncover for our review on the Cobalt Code scam. For those of you who are subscribed to our blog might have noticed a review we did not too long ago called Disrupt Trading, you will notice that the girl in the picture on and the website are of the same girl (Distupt Trading Review), leading us to believe that this is yet again the same scam marketers just recycling their images for new scam releases. In addition to that, you some of you might know this trick by now, and that is to verify what is being said with facts found by doing some research. If you have a look on to double check what Mr. Stone is saying is true, you will notice that he is lying about the amount of time the Cobalt Code Software has been available, as well as the amount of money that the auto trader has been able to generate. He claims that the system has been around for as long as two years, yet on the site we can clearly see that is actually only been around for as much as two and a half months.

The thing we found that is very disturbing on the Cobalt Code scam website was the fact that they claim to be endorsed and verified by a few major banks such as Barclays, HSBC, Santander, Lloyds TSB, and Bank of Scotland. As previously mentioned in our review, the way in which Grant came across the information that he used to programme and develop the Cobalt Code Software was through an illegal practice of his employers manipulating the markets in their favour. Big banking corporations will in no way today be associated with an auto trader, broker or institution that in any way shape or form uses insider trading to make profits, as these banks are regulated and will be fined millions if they are in any way connected to these corporations.

Not a single endorsement is out there by any financial institution!


We have no doubt that the marketers behind the Cobalt Code Nonsense will be back again promoting some or other scam service to new and unknowing traders in the binary options industry. We therefore urge that everyone to take note of details they see on reviews that we do on these services, in order to assess much quicker in the future if they are in the possession of a scam service or one that can be trusted to provide consistent profits. Research is of course paramount no matter which system you are looking to invest in, and in the case that you are unsure, you are of course welcome to send us a quick email, and we will look into the offer for you and assess whether it can be trusted, or if it is yet another scam like we are facing with the Cobalt Code software today.

Review Verdict: Cobalt Code is a SCAM!

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Viral fraud sites currently promoted by email spammers:

Quantum Code, Push Money App and Lie Detector Millionaire

At this point it should be more than obvious that you’re dealing with a bogus, unrealistic website that is purely designed to waste your time and money. We encourage visitors to share your feedback, results and experiences in the comment section below this review. Thank you for taking the time to read this warning and be sure to subscribe to our blog for all the latest industry updates.

Those who are searching for reliable alternatives in the binary options niche, are highly encouraged to visit Watchdog’s Tested Signals. Our team is always on the haunt for the most reliable trading systems, we do a lot of testing and rely on user feedback.

8 comments on “Cobalt Code is a SCAM!! Indisputable Review!
  1. Dale Odom says:

    I first learned of it tonight when I received two $500 receipts for Cpbalt Code in my Spam mail from PayPal. I don’t even use or have a PayPal account and this is not something I would have any interest in. .How did they get my address?

  2. Rob Smith says:

    Yes it stank as soon as I saw the paid actors in the fancy apartment with all the usual hype. I wanted to see how far they would push it. I even got $60 for a (fake) trade to show me how soon I could make a profit ($40). but strangely it did not appear in my balance when I got as far as the trading page. I declined to sign up with the secured option service.

  3. Jeff says:

    Is Brooks Blueprint a scam?

  4. Sofy Raymond says:

    Unbelievable!! This is %100 SCAM!!!

  5. john como says:

    Is google trader is a scam

  6. Mohd Najib Mohd Amin says:

    it’s so pathetic by this scammer! dare them using real name and logo bank’s such citibank,hsbc etc..i hope these financial institution serviced can look into this,this scammer really no ethic at all!!..please stay away from this lame Cobalt Code software!..its totally scam without any doubt!!

  7. david segun says:

    Thank you and greatly weldone

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