Lucrosa Software is a SCAM!! Indisputable Review!

Lucrosa is the new SCAM binary options auto trader that has been bought to our attention. The system supposedly put together by John Lucrosa can apparently generate profits of $7k per day….. Should you have received an email from the advertisers behind the Lucrosa scam, we advise that you unsubscribe from their email list, as they will continue to bombard you with scam promotions going forward. If you are curious as to why we are being so harsh towards the Locrosa software, we encourage you to read our full review and find out why it is better you stay clear of the Lucrosa.co website.

The alleged John Lucrosa, claims that he used to work in Canary Wharf in London for a few hedge fund firms before leaving his job and working from home, teaching people how to trade. He introduces himself as a “Leading Mentor” in the online trading industry. Sadly we cannot confirm if this is true, as we have never heard of Mr Lucrosa before. We have extensive experience in the binary options industry, and by now we know most if not all experts either trading or teaching trading from home, and John was never even mentioned to us, and neither have we seen proof of his so called trading career.

Do you really believe that this lame actor is going to help you make $210,000 a month?!

Lucrosa

So how exactly does the Lucrosa software work? We wish we could answer this question, and if this was a trusted auto trader we probably would have been able to explain the details. However due to the fact that this is a scam, and that there is no explanation, all we are offered is a description which goes something like this “the Lucrosa auto trader works with the same secrets as the top guys”. That is it, no more, and no less. This regrettably does not install any confidence in us to even give the system a try, considering that every nine out of ten systems launched are scams, surely the scam marketers must know by now, that less is not more.

Let’s have a look at a few more statements and elements we found for our review on the Lucrosa.co website, proving that the system is nothing but a scam. Well let’s point out yet again the first thing that is very common with scam systems such as the Lucrosa software, and that is the mention by the presenter that he has nothing to sell you, so put away your wallet, ect ect. We used to say if you hear this phrase chances are you are dealing with a scam, however starting today we are switching that to, if you hear this phrase, stop right there as you ARE watching a video for a scam system.

Mr. John Lucrosa stated that the Lucrosa scam auto trader has made each and every person who have been trading with the system, no less than $2.5million each over the last year. Anyhow when you do a little research, like we always recommend everyone does before registering for a system, you would come across the information that the Lucrosa.co webpage has was only registered on the 24th July 2016, making it just over a month old. How can it be possible then that his traders have generated two and half million over a year, each??

Additionally, the statements in the presentation are plain ludicrous and over the top. During the pitch video you can clearly hear John claim that the Lucrosa software is able to generate any trader that register for the system, no less than seven thousand dollars per day. This as most binary options traders today will know is impossible, regardless if you are a beginner trader, or an expert, and it most certainly cannot be done with an auto trader, and that has been proven time and time again. The only way to get even close to this, is if you’re a very experience trader with a few tens of thousands available to you in your trading account.

To put the cherrie on the cake. If you scroll down the Lucrosa scam website, take note of the lady with the name of Alice Smithers. Should you right click on the picture and say google search, you will notice that she features in some of the other scam auto traders that we exposed not too long ago, by the names of Profit Maker Method, Cloud Trader, 98 Success.

Doing your research has never been as important as it is today. Scammers have become aware on how easy it is to launch bogus systems such as the Lucrosa software, and steal from new traders in the binary options industry. Always be aware of the fast that at least 95% of systems that are launched are a scam, which is why we do all the reviews we do, to stop people from becoming the next victim. If you know someone who is interested in the Lucrosa auto trader or any auto trader for that matter, we encourage you to share our review with them to help ensure traders are aware of the scams that are currently being launched.

Review Verdict: Lucrosa is a SCAM software!

Blacklisted website – Lucrosa.co

Similar scams that are currently going viral online:

Zero Loss Formula, MPP, Quantum and Push Money App

The above reviews are all based on facts, please read if it relates to you.

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45 comments on “Lucrosa Software is a SCAM!! Indisputable Review!
  1. Robert Rijkers says:

    funny if the 210k each month was guaranteed…wouldn’t they reinvest their own money and get millions each day instead of giving the chance away to random strangers ;p

  2. mjax says:

    thanks for puttin up the valuable info..i almost gave those assholes $250 that might’ve hurt a little…thanks for savin it dude

  3. Ray Willey says:

    Hi, I invested £250 in Binary Corporate following a link from Lucrosa. Having then discovered Lucrosa is a scam I attempted to get my money back from BC but I am being told I must send evidence of my status. They require proof of identity (Passport; household bills;credit card details – last 4 digits + expiry date + name on card + 3 digit security code on the back) Obviously I am reluctant to send any of these details to a company associated with a scam. Can you please advise.

    • WatchDog says:

      I suggest verifying your account as requested and if you still have issues withdrawing your funds, drop us an email and we’ll help you.

    • ann says:

      this is identity theft written all over it. personally i would not give out those details

    • Alan Kilduff says:

      Hi Ray,DO NOT supply them with any personal details!!!File immediately a chargeback( credit card or bank) and inform the police.After you have done this, and only after,inform the so-called broker you demand your deposit back.Then let them know that you have already started proceedings against them.My guess is you will find it extremely difficult to contact them.However as more and more complaints pour in, the scam brokers are finding the air getting thinner and thinner.More and more countries are starting to ban binary options and forex and crypto currencies will soon follow.Even Israel, home of most of the scammers, will not allow B.O. Inside it’s own country.That’s why they operate overseas, Cyprus, Malta, Bulgaria, etc.Use your search engine or Google (The Wolves of Tel Aviv)…a real eye opener.Stay safe.Regards Alan

  4. ann says:

    it is impossible to unsubscribe from this crap as I have tried too many times. You cannot send abusive emails either as it just bounces back.

  5. Peggy Ballinger says:

    They emailed me, asking for my Palpal password so they could deposit 1400 dollars in my account!!!! What kind of an idiot do they think would do that!!!!!

    • Alan Kilduff says:

      Hi Peggy, You can’t blame them for trying,I mean, most of us were stupid or dumb enough to deposit with them in the first place.Paypal does NOT require a password for a deposit.Tell them this, very sweetly,maybe, just maybe,you will receive 1400 dollars.Just to let you know, I have had numerous disputes with transactions funded by PayPal.With the exception of one, each case was positive,I received my money back.MasterCard however,well…..how to put this diplomatically….as good as Paypal is…The other side of the coin is MasterCard…..They are so bad it defies belief.Pay or deposit anything with MasterCard and your money is gone,no chance whatsoever.Even if you buy something,in good faith,and discover you have acquired a fake,MASTERCARD does not want to know…..Regards Alan

  6. ann says:

    this scum still sends their crap even after unsubscribing continually. they need to get a life or just bugger off. this scum really piss me off with their crap

  7. David O says:

    John Squire , You are not a loser and the fact that you try and you fail does not make you a loser and to be honest with , you are a winner as a matter of fact , you are only a loser when you completely give up ! Just that we are trained in schools to make us think that when we fail exams we are failures and on the real sense we human are design by God , to fail and learn from our failure so we can attain greatness …..That is why when we were born , we are thought how to walk and the process of working we fell down and we arise and we fell again so on and so fort …
    So my friend John , to be honest with you I say you are a winner and keep trying on till you attain result

  8. Soul man says:

    How the hell can people trust any off you ? You’re all a scam. Does Robert got he’s money back yet ???

  9. Diana Radkovic says:

    with Lucrosa I lost 500$ its shame but this will be the lesson for me and i ahope my comment can help other people don’t loose them money. DON’T TRUST LUCROSA IS A SCAM!!!!!

  10. clay gallant says:

    I fell for the Scam add. Attempted to enter card number for $250 access fee, but my card info was denied.Tried to use another card number it also was denied.Do they have my card info and can they draw $500 from accounts given even though the card number was not accepted on screen?

    Clay

  11. Ahmed says:

    I talk to them but what I found transection goes to London or Ireland the guy I spoke with he say that he is from France but he is not France he seem like eat Euro country I try to ask them same question they don’t answer write, my bank don’t allow them to get money, thanks god stop them those.

  12. Lucine says:

    Wow is all I can say, thank God I find watch dog befor I loose my $250:00 . But i know they will keep calling me. These scamer these to stop.

  13. Diego says:

    Someone should imprison the Lucrosa scammers! This is major BS production insanity. I can’t believe I let myself fall for this piece of garbage “wannabe software”.. I am deactivating the account and they better give me back my money or I’ll go ape shit on the crooks!

  14. Dan says:

    I lost over $2000 with the Lucrosa crooks and the stupid lying brokers!! Now they don’t even answer my calls obviously after they got all my money.

  15. FX Luchador says:

    There is NO Hedge Fund in Canary Wharf or anywhere else that bets on Binaries.

  16. William says:

    Well you know like they say if it smells like poop chances are it is . I feel for all the people that fall for this scam stuff but you know that’s why they call it research . Don’t just settle for the gold at the end of the rainbow find out what demons that leark amongst the colors before you go chasing that dream you work hard for your money and if your dad is anything like mine he’d smack you up side the head for being stupid think people if it was that simple we’d all be millionaires. $$$$$$

  17. J Squire says:

    Damn I lost all my money I am such an idiot. Lucrosa is very deceitful and also the sales people who collaborate with them, those assholes who work for the brokers. Don’t sign up and be a retarded loser like me.

    John Squire

  18. John says:

    I’m glad I read up on your sight I almost gave them $250 . That would have hurt a littel

  19. Don Boscoe says:

    Thanks for the valuable information!

  20. Kenn Melville says:

    look lovely, nice to make money for a change with out a fight

  21. Patricia says:

    As with any of these systems just read the disclaimers. First thing mentioned on the lucrosa one is ‘ this is fictitious, the people are actors and you could lose all your investment!’ and say no more!

  22. jajaja says:

    good thing i found this website. thank you for informing us… lucrosa keeps on sending messages in my accnt. i almost believed it .thanks.

  23. Björn Rump says:

    Danke, Lucrosa hat mich bis jetzt nichts gekosted. Lassen Sie mich bitte wissen wie ich mich vor weiteren “LUCROSA” Angiffen schützrn kann und soll.

    • Alan Kilduff says:

      Bjoern, alle angebote, Binary Options,Forex, and jetzt crypto currencies Bitcoin,etherum,etc,etc sind Alle ohne ausnahme BETRUG.Sei gewarnt,bleibe weg…Gruesse Alan

  24. Mohd Najib Mohd Amin says:

    make $210,000 every single month guaranteed???WTF!!..they really out of mind..LOL.. please be alert,,this Lucrosa software is crystal clear scam!!..please think logically guys..latest recommendation service Code Fibo for me it looks more reliable,trusted and have logic!..u guys should try it!!..thanks watchdog!

    • Alan Kilduff says:

      Code Fibo is a Scam.Stay away!!!The profits you see on your screen are not real.This you WILL discover when you try to make a withdrawal.Your money or deposit is long gone.Regards Alan

  25. roberto leyes says:

    Watchdog, may be this is the six time l write you for help (if is posible) CITRADES,(www.citrades.com) with “the trader” ALEJANDRO CARDENAS , take my money $ 1.890, and now nobody answher , please Watchdog , help l need my money back
    Thanks a lot

    • WatchDog says:

      Dear Roberto, Please email us with all the information so we can look into your case. We don’t often receive complaints regarding CITades and it’s a small amount. It’s most likely that we will manage to sort it out for you.

  26. Mariella says:

    Thanks WatchDog. You are a great eye opener. Lucrosa is scam

  27. Ntlatseng says:

    I lost all my investment. This is a big scam. When you call them they deny that your account exist

  28. Sarah says:

    It looks so shady with all those fake actors how do they expect us to trust them? I got the email and unsubscribed! Thank you again Watchdog!

  29. Angela says:

    Great review! These scam systems are the worst. Thanks for exposing this one and saving my money! 🙂

  30. Adolph says:

    Thanks for the warning. I will sign up with Code Fibo instead.

  31. Gilbert Manning says:

    You did it again! Thank you for exposing these Lucrosa guys Watchdog!

  32. paul says:

    Thanks for the warning watchdog. $7000 a day would be lovely, but pure fiction. Thanks to you I will keep well away from these awful scams. Looking forward to your follow up review on the Code Fibo.

  33. Abdalla Hamodi says:

    Thank you Watch Dog for another great review!! Have no idea why but they are not stopping with their emails for a week now!!!

  34. Emily says:

    $210k every month was a bit too much of exaggeration. I suspected lucrosa to be a scam. Thanks for the confirmation watchdog! I will check out code Fibo app. Is this available in Canada?

  35. Manuel says:

    Lucrosa Software? Makes no sense… I highly recommend anyone who wants to trade automatically to use an auto trader like CodeFibo. The idea behind that software makes total sense when we talk about trading. I’m currently trading with this new software (CodeFibo I mean, not Lucrosa Software, that it’s an obvious scam) and my ITM performance its almost 79%. Not bad at all in just 2 days. Hope I can help those who wants to use a legit system.

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