Get on the fast track to success and run away
How many lottery scams do you see each day on the Internet? How many of them do you believe? We won’t ask why they’ve used Buffett’s name in the title – it’s clear, we don’t need to draw a diagram. But is it really as cool as Buffett and his advances? Let’s see.
It seems so easy at first sight – there is no need to delve into the analysis of the market and spend time learning binary options trading. You just get the signals on your computer or phone, and make a deal. But how everything is really going on? Are these signals effective? Unfortunately, it’s not all so rosy as it seems at first glance. And in this area there are extremely a lot of scams, because there are a lot of hapless traders wishing to obtain reliable signals for binary options.
Today we aim at Copy Buffett software, which promises up to 84% successful deals. I will specify at once – real Warren Buffett has nothing common with this app. His name is used to attract more users. I bet he doesn’t even know at all what is going on. Our deepest sympathy for Mr. Buffett.
Their official web site – copybuffett.com
Support department – firstname.lastname@example.org
I strongly suspect this may be some old bad software, just renamed. They shot a new video, spent a lot of money on promoting and unfortunately paid nothing for making a really good app. They insist that Copy Buffett is regulated by CySEC, but if you sign up you’ll be re-assign to Banc De Binary or Glenridge Capital. I suspect they assign a broker randomly.
Why would someone hide where the users are about to be re-assigned? Because the brokers you’ll be assigned to have problems, they are not reliable and have sticky fingers. But it is sublime impudence to tell one thing and then put the user to do another thing. At least, it’s a contempt against the users.
Fake creator, fake testimonials, fake promises
Copy Buffett was created by a guy called Jeremy Fin. Jeremy and his guys admit that all people from the video are real. But guys, are you kidding? A lot of them can be easily found in celebrity database! You even didn’t take the trouble to find someone whose face cannot be seen on the Internet! I wonder, has someone already sued you for using his photo?
Maybe it’s time to inform the actors about it. Not to mention Warren Buffett himself. The farther the better. Here and there, in the video and in the information on the site, they promise you excellent results. Ok, but where are the proofs? Any screenshot of a real acc? Sure no. Believe their naked words, you’ve got the hope!
Ergo, what does Copy Buffett promise? First, you should charge $250 as a deposit. And then the miracles begin.
They promise you a free trial, which will last 30 days. But be careful – during this period they try to make the app look more or less legitimate. Do not believe it. By the way, the brokers you’ll be really assigned to will be daily and nightly asking you to deposit more money when the free trial runs out.
The app uses methods of Warren Buffett. You are about to copy them and get a profit. BUT how can you copy anything if the app will trade for you itself? You’ll be doing nothing except losing your deposit. The automatic trader does everything instead of you. You just relax and watch your money vanishing.
In fact, you have to do 3 things to start losing money. Oh, excuse me, to start trading.
1) Enter the trade size
2) Adjust an indicator
3) Turn on the auto mode.
Where are the methods by W. Buffett? How does the autorobot use them? By the way, do you remember Mr. Buffett ever sharing his personal methodic?
Also, like many other scams they assure you that the software is 100% secure. BUT you don’t get any response when you address the support. You either don’t receive any e-mails except for
Try to find anything about it on Google – there is nothing, except the reviews of already defrauded users. And its brilliant official site.
Be careful: many sites which claim to be scam exposers for some reasons also promote Copy Buffett App and endorse it. You know why.
And the last but not the least – we hope you understand that after losing your money here, you won’t be able to get it back by any means.
P.s. I can hardly believe that actor AJ Taylor really uses this software under name of Alex Polinski.
To use the signals successfully you need to understand all the processes and to analyze what is happening on your own. Our advice – before you begin to follow the signals of unknown services, check their performance on a demo (for example, a demo version of Copy Buffett is available to users for 30 days) or on paper, keep statistics. After all, if you are constantly relying on other people’s signals, you will not be able to grasp why a signal didn’t work. Over time, you’ll still need to understand all the basics and understand the analysis.
Our verdict – this is the case when you MUST NOT copy Warren Buffett.
Be careful and cautious. We wish you only the right signals and reliable brokers!
That’s all for now. Got any questions? Just ask the expert!