The first and foremost aspect which we believe is fundamentally important for the existence of any organization is to be backed by a strong promoter, group, or a company. Our research on the Pump Trade Software revealed that the promoters of the software or the developer company are really unknown. The only thing mentioned on their website is that the website’s copyrights are owned by the WP Profit Builder. The website claims that Alex Stewarts is the founder and CEO of the Pump Trades Software. Our research on the various social networking site and on the internet has resulted without any information.
As indicated in many of our articles, this is a clear warning signal. As there is no information about the promoters there is no question about the registration details. It creates a doubt and adds to it. We further investigated the software service provider to come to a conclusion.
We checked the website of the Pump Trades to gain further knowledge about the service. The website is built with a black and white theme. It’s a simple website which boasts about the success of the software. Alex Stewart indicates through the website that he uses a secret formula to give 92.5 percent success ratio and the members can make over $ 155,000 in just 2 months. The website also indicates that the app is currently available at no cost and will have a price tag of $ 2,990 in near future. As with the other software, the customer needs to register on the website of the Pump Trades and then select a broker from their list of brokerage houses. One need to make a minimum deposit of $ 250 on the brokerage website to get started and utilize the services of the Pump Trades.
PumpTrades Main Page Promotion Video
The website indicates that the software is most advanced and it uses some secret formula to provide fast, smart, and the most accurate results. It claims that the algorithm is state of the art and assess the market in real-time to provide the most accurate trading decisions. The software boasts its 92.5 percent accuracy to come up with an advice that the registered members can start making almost $ 155,000 in just two months. These claims have been put on the website without any substantial proofs. Surprisingly, the tall claims on the front page of the website have not been backed by their disclaimer which reads and we quote “Simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, since the trades have not been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact”. This clearly shows that what has been claimed on the website’s first page has not been substantiated by their disclaimer page.
Another striking feature on the website is that it shows some pictures of the well-known websites like Forbes, CNBC, Yahoo, Business Insider, New York Times, and Bloomberg, showing news about the software as being rated as #1 by these sites. In reality, when we cross-checked on these prestigious websites we found no article talking about Pump Trades. This clearly shows that news articles on the website’s front page is fabricated and are far from the reality. This is one of the most frequently used tactics by such marketer who lure the investor on disguised news items.
The website also shows some reviews of the existing customers (total 3) boasting the performance of the software. This review also shows the amount of money made by these customers and informs you that you can see their live results by clicking on “Click here to see live proff”. However not only the spelling of the proof is incorrect there, you cannot click there and get to watch the live trading performance. This is a clear sign of fabricated reviews and hence it cannot be believed.
Our investigation on the Pump Trades has unearthed some very important aspects of the platform and has definitely created an unclear picture. The major doubts have been enlisted hereunder and which we believe are very crucial.