Money On Demand Is a scam, here’s why
Fact: Money On Demand is a scam, but you already knew that, right? Whatever the case, here are a couple of reasons why we think that way:
- Loud silence on everything
There is a reason we put that as the first point – it is the most notable thing about the site. Apart from the video, which is clearly over exaggerated, there is not much information to gather about the system. And it is not only on the website but in Google too. We would, for instance, liked to know the exact specifications of the algorithms that allegedly carry out trades with daily profit turnovers of $3k. More so, who exactly are the owners? Are they real people? If so, why don’t they show their faces? While waiting for the answers to that, who is the dude doing the voice over in the video? Probably a freelance actor. Whoever it is, he has a nice accent and would make a lot of money giving speech and public speaking lessons instead of lying to people on the Internet.
- Overwhelming Criticism
What you won’t get in useful information about Money On Demand, you will most certainly get it in form of negative, very negative, feedback from traders and critics. Considering the amount of negative responses we got when we asked people about their experiences with the site in general, it seems that the software is not even poorly accurate but does not work at all. None of the people we questioned reported making any money from Money On Demand, on the contrary. Again, anyone who, out of nowhere promises you huge amounts of money is only setting you up for disappointment as chances are they won’t deliver. Money On Demand is, in fact one of the most unpopular auto traders in most binary options website and for obvious reasons.
- Money On Demand does not exist in the real sense
Money On Demand can be basically defined as a briefcase site, only there to fool people. We carried out a search but didn’t find any legitimate company going by that name. Also, the site has possibly the worst rating among binary options sites on Google which speaks volumes about its trustworthiness, or lack thereof. As a fact, the site’s name didn’t appear on the first page of the Google search results and we had to go to several pages to find what we were looking for. Honestly, if the owners couldn’t hire professional website designers to make their website appear presentable, how can they claim to be able to turn people into millionaires?