Charity Profit App Features and Promises:
Considering the unbelievable nature of the majority of the promises and features of the software, a thorough investigation was undertaken to ascertain the legitimacy of all the claims. The following astonishing facts were uncovered by the deep research.
1. Expensive ‘Free’ Software
The claim that you will get the Charity Profit App free is false. Even though there is no information concerning the software, its linked broker or its mode of use on the website, scams work pretty much the same. You are lured with free software to sign up but you do not get to use the software from the member’s area until, you have paid the deposit into the account of the unregistered broker linked to the software. You are then limited from withdrawing until you have reached a certain trading volume. By this time, you would have lost the deposit you made.
2. Unrealistic Automation
Granted, trading systems are supposed to make the process easy for you by eliminating certain tasks. You should begin to get cautious when a system says you do not need to undertake any research, follow any trends or study any markets to make profits. Even common sense should tell one that this is impossible with the unpredictability of financial markets and the volatile nature of virtual assets.
3. Impossible 24/7 Auto Trading
The promise that, the software trades and profits on your behalf everyday for the seven days of every week is impossible. This could be a sign that our ‘creator’ is actually not a trader or that she knows little to nothing about binary options trading. The markets are closed during the weekends so trading activities can only be undertaken for five days every week.
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4. $1.7 million Profits in an ‘Unreal’ 1 year
The claim that the software has been in existence for over a year and has made over $1.7 million in profits by the creator is false. This research dug deep and discovered that the software’s website was actually launched on the 1st of May, 2016. The system was not in existence one year ago.
5. The Creator Owes Many Users $5,000!
This study discovered that the creator owes an uncountable number of traders $5,000 each. This is in fulfillment of the promise she made. She promised to give any user that does not make a minimum of $4,100 in a day by using the free trial version that amount. Well, users have used it and made no money at all. She should start paying them the promised $5,000.
6. Guaranteed 100% ‘Winning (or losing?)’ Rate
This profound study confirmed that there is no such thing as 100% accuracy and winning rate in the volatile market of virtual assets. Traders all accept that losing in trades some of the times is a part of the game. In fact, it is one of the elements that make it interesting for expert traders. Tested, trusted and popular systems hardly claim above 80% accuracy on the average.
7. Fake User Testimonials
All the user testimonials in the promotional video are unverified. One thing you need as a trader is a mentor and not what others have gained. User testimonials hardly assist you in any way. They are just used to convince you into signing up. Moreover, all those that gave the testimonials are actors that were hired for peanuts. If you are in doubt just perform a search for their images on www.fiverr.com and see what this outstanding research found out.
8. Ten Month Millionaire
The creator swears that you will become a millionaire within 10 months of using the software. For god’s sake even a layman will know that such a claim is outrageous. Granted, option trading is lucrative and that is why you are interested in the first place. But such outrageous claims are just unattainable. The 5% you are asked to donate to charity is also a farce. There is no information concerning how it is calculated and deducted or, which charities it goes to anywhere on the website or in the video. Is this just not another way of taking your money?
9. Megan Sanders
Megan Sanders from all indications gotten by this research is no creator of any software. She appears to be just an actress that was hired and paid to act out an advert script. Some of the facts this research unearthed about her include;
- Her claim to being an expert financial analyst with a high-class European bank is false. There is no evidence anywhere that she was the head of the trading section of any European bank at any point in time. Such an important position would have come up in financial circles. But even a search through profiles did not yield any results for the post she claims to have held in the past.
- In the video, she states that she visited Africa and the conditions that confronted her led to creating the software. This study has proved this as false. There is no record or verification anywhere that she has ever visited Africa at any point in time.
- Megan Sanders is an identity that was just created to market the software. The lady that goes by the name in the promotional video is just an actress that sells video testimonial acting skills on a micro-job website.
Just watch the part where the ‘supposed’ creator stands in a black suit and skirt facing the camera directly. She seems to be reading directly from a script placed in front of her.