Binary Godfather Scam Review
The theme for binary options automated trading scams this year seems to be recycled scams. The majority of the scams that I have uncovered this year seem to be revamped versions or rip-offs, of previous scams. It seems the brains behind these ridiculous shams are running out of new ideas so they are simply refurbing old scams and releasing them to the public, in the hopes that no one is smart enough to catch on to their pitiful scheme. But they didn’t count on yours truly, did they? Today, I am going to warn you about Binary Godfather, another tired scam that is trying to con unsuspecting traders out of thousands of dollars.
But don’t just take my word for it, read my Binary Godfather Scam review to find out the scoop on this latest scam trading software.
Today, I am going to warn you about Binary Godfather, another tired scam that is trying to con unsuspecting traders out of thousands of dollars. But don’t just take my word for it, read my Binary Godfather Scam review to find out the scoop on this latest scam trading software.
Binary Godfather Introductory Video
The promo video for Binary Godfather auto trading software is simply a boring slide show which is narrated by one Anthony Michael, or Tony, Carluccio. He starts off by warning us quite vehemently that binary options trading is run by “schmucks” and that it is all fixed so that only the rich will profit from trading. Our buddy Tony tells us that he and his “family” have insider connections so they have conquered the binary options market.
According to Carluccio, he has over 60 years of experience with the financial market and knows the ins and outs of trading. In 2011, he created Binary Godfather trading after “breaking the code” thanks to his insider information. Binary Godfather trades only four commodities: gold, silver, iron and coffee. According to Carluccio, these are the only areas with trading as they are the only assets that consistently yield a substantial profit.
Tony rambles on forever about how he has “Family” (aka distant cousins) “in the know” as well as “friends in the right places” and “connections.” He refers to them as his “team of informants,” which sounds illegal to me. If he is in fact, trying to imitate none other than Don Corleone, he is doing a horrible job as he keeps fading in and out of his persona. So his impression is quite poor in my option.
Honestly, with a title like “Binary Godfather,” I was expecting a more dramatic presentation. I mean they have so much to work with, yet we are only given a cheesy and low-budget slide show presentation and a third rate actor who can’t even stay in character. I was really disappointed.
According to Carluccio, Binary Godfather has been consistently earning him approximately 9 grand a week. He says that using his insider information, Binary Godfather software generates two to three guaranteed trading signals a day and has never lost a trade. Again, we know that this is not true as no binary options trading software in existence, even the best systems, can produce a winning ratio of 100%.
I was suspicious of Binary Godfather from the beginning, but I thought the name sounded vaguely familiar so I did some research and found a scam with the exact same name from 2015 that claimed to earn traders 3 grand a day. Of course, it was quickly proven to be a scam so apparently, Binary Godfather trading software went into hiding and reappeared this week, hoping no one would remember they had tried to steal our money 2 years ago. Like I said before, these scammers are getting lazy and can’t even put any effort into redesigning their former scams. Do they honestly think that no one bothers to research a trading system before investing their hard earned money? Don’t they think that we take the time to read reviews and find out if a system is, in fact, reliable before giving them our credit card information? Obviously not, as we see at least two to five new scams a week, mostly revamped versions of older scams.
Binary Godfather Website
The homepage is pretty boring. Just the video and their logo basically. I tried to click on the “contact us” link and it was a dead link. This is the case with most scams. Either it’s a dead link or it leads you to a blank page. A few of them actually provide an email address, but if you take the time to contact them, you never receive a reply.
As well, when I clicked on the “Members Login” link, it led me to a “parked” website, courtesy of “GoDaddy.com.” According to the notice at the top of the page: “This domain name expired on 1/20/2017 and is pending renewal or deletion,” which tells you straight away that Binary Godfather is NOT a legitimate website.
As well, there is no licensing information displayed on the website nor company information. We have no idea where the company is located if they are licensed or regulated by CySEC. or if their brokers are regulated. This to me is the biggest red flag. If a trading system does not provide pertinent information such as licensing info, company info and the like, I do not even bother to give them a second glance. A legitimate company would provide all of the above information. So simply by checking out their website, we can tell that Binary Godfather is a big fat phony.
And who is Tony Carluccio? I could not find any information on a Tony, or Anthony Michael Carluccio that had anything to do with binary options trading or Binary Godfather trading software. He is simply another low-paid, horrible actor from Fiverr.com.
My Conclusion: Binary Godfather is a fraud!
Folks, don’t waste a second of your time with that horrible scam. Tony Carluccio is a farce as is Binary Godfather. Don’t let Carluccio intimidate you into signing up with this pathetic scam! He is a fraud! Stick with me and we’ll go places! I will steer you away from creeps like Carluccio and his “family” of fakes!
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- Rated 1 stars
- Really Bad
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