GoldDigger.trade is a new binary options trading software due to be released on September 16th, 2015. It was designed to trade the Gold asset in particular and promises very high returns for your investment. We’re writing this review almost two weeks before the launch date of Gold Digger so that as many people as possible will get the chance to read it before it starts being heavily promoted. You can already find Gold Digger reviews in binary options review sites, such as Binary-app-810.org, which is a website specifically designed to promote every scam that comes out. WatchDog is out to set the record straight and find out: Is Gold Digger a scam or a legit binary options trading software?
“What’s the only true way to make money?” asks the voiceover actor at the beginning of the Gold Digger pitch video, “Nothing comes close to gold.” He goes on explaining how the one asset that stands the test of time is gold. Well, gold is definitely not the ONLY means to make money, but there is some truth in this claim. Gold is one of the most stable long-term ‘uptrend assets, this is a true statement. If this is a scam, it seems that the creators of Gold Digger have been reading WatchDog’s reviews religiously because they haven’t made any of the mistakes that we normally demonstrate in our scam reviews. Still, if it’s a scam, eventually we’ll find out!
GoldDigger.trade was developed by two young Russian rocket engineering scientists, Antony Kemble and Ronald Kravchuk. Wait a minute, do they mean Anton and Roman? Because Antony and Ronald don’t sound Russian to us. Well, maybe they’re migrants. Anyway, Antony and Ronald discovered a loophole (here’s a term used by some of the fraud services we review – a loophole) to profit on gold “from 180% to a staggering 450% a week,” and they created Gold Digger to automatically exploit that loophole and generate huge profits on auto-pilot.
Ronald and Anthony, the owners of the GoldDigger.Trade software
Anthony and Ronald were both behind the Forex software endorsed by MyFXBook.com a well known Forex portal. They started their trading applications development career long before the Gold Digger software was developed and even before binary options trading came into existence. We believe it is worthwhile to examine their past in order to learn about their present. In 2006 “they came up with the first revolutionary forex software, called GPS Robot that in 9 years NEVER had a losing month!” A GPS Forex Robot does exist, and it was created by Mark Larsen and two programmers, Antony and Ronald. We did a little check on this GPS Forex Robot on ForexPeaceArmy, the WatchDog of Forex trading, and found that they have some very positive reviews. In 2012, Antony and Ronald created a Commodity Robot that works with Gold, Silver, Oil and other assets. This website is currently closed for new members; it actually “sold out in a matter of 11 hours!”
The Gold Digger Review on YouTube & on the site’s pitch page
UPDATE: 9/23/2015 – Gold Digger is %100 fully automated!
To sum up this review, GoldDigger.trade does feel like a scam to us, but on the other hand it looks so real and different from most scams we review, and the people behind this system have a track record of profitable trading bots. We found a few signs that Gold Digger may be a scam, for example upon trying to leave the website a pop-up comes up promising that if we stay, we would make $34,174 from a $100 deposit. In general, we believe that authentic websites will never try to prevent you from leaving. Thus, in the case of GoldDigger.trade we would like to request that any of our subscribers who have tested this software, leave a comment below this review, providing us with insight to its profitability. Those of you who are looking for a safer path should check out WatchDog’s Trusted Services and communities and you should also consult with our recommended brokers if you’re interested to open an account with a fully regulated binary options broker.