Why do so many people say that binary options is that suck?
Not so long ago I decided to check out what’s new happening in the world of binary options. In a short time I found this – a thing named Cash Camp. What can I say? Time goes by and life does not change at all, as well as the methods of deception. The most interesting that people keep on believing such things, perhaps misery makes strange bedfellows for real. Cash Camp claims to be an honest and unmistakable way to get the signals on full autopilot literally. But think twice – are you sure it is a good idea to get trading signals on autopilot? I guess it’s not. I’ve read a review for Cash Camp and I seriously doubt that a worthwhile signal provider would across-the-board proclaim it is not scam.
I am really at wit’s end where did this man, Michael Solovsky, get the guarantees which he scatters at large and promises his luckless users. I am sure he isn’t even Michael Solovsky really. Probably Mr. Solovsky doesn’t exist, but it is not so important. I bet a number of hapless newbies come to try this hoop-la, lose their money within minutes and give up on binary options starting writing negative proclamations.
What kind of trust can be discussed while such things exist? Who will ever believe binary options work if the fraudsters make a flimflam lottery out of it? It turns out that people like Solovsky and their accomplices just bite the hand that feeds them. Or maybe I should say “could feed them”, if they didn’t spend their time on fraud.
And although Cash Camp proposes quite attractive terms for those who join them (like no commitment for one full month, the possibility of interactive communication between users, 100% guarantees I have already mentioned above, up to 97-39% success rate, first 10-day free $10 000 competition (!), free demo account and so on) for obvious reasons, I have a great desire to quote the author: “It’s time to stop fooling for the tricks, time to stop believing the lies!”
It gives me the creeps to think about the newbies trading on the autopilot software and what results they may get in the end of such trade.
To cut the long story short I really don’t think these auto pilot signals as great as they insist. If you have any spare money and you don’t know what to do – you are welcome to try Cash Camp out, but I warned you of the consequences. Good luck and stay away from the slack in duty brokers.
That’s all for now. Got any questions? Just ask the expert!