Hi there! And greetings to all the faithful readers of our comprehensive scam review blog. Today we’re going to do something a little different. We’re going to start our Cogni Trade Scam Review with a bold statement:
“I make MILLIONS using the Cognitive Computing Technology. The big boys on Wall Street ALL know about this, but of course, they probably will never ever let it out to public. They talk about Cognitive Trading BEHIND closed doors.”
So says Cameron Doyle, CEO of Cogni Trade. And if we ignore the bad grammar for a moment, it all sounds very encouraging. But then Mr. Doyle would say, that wouldn’t he? After all, he’s the guy most likely to make a profit. And if what he says is true, then he already has! But never let us be called judgemental. Up to now, we have no reason to believe he is not telling the truth. This Cogni Trade scam review is not about to jump to conclusions of any kind. We are nothing if not thorough, and we always like to give the benefit of the doubt. For now, at least.
Observations of the obvious kind
As per usual, our Cogni Trade Scam Review will follow a familiar pattern. Our first move is to check out the company website and our initial reactions are really quite positive. The website has a professional look, (perhaps a little too glitzy and shiny for our tastes), but nothing untoward jumps out immediately. There’s the usual inviting slogans; ‘Guaranteed Daily Profits’, ‘Proven Success Rate’, and ‘100% Risk Free’, to name but a few. Nothing new here, we see stuff like this on more or less every trading website we visit.
Our Cogni Trade scam review alarm bells do ring however when we take in the massive profits being peddled on the page. “…learn how to make $1500 every single day, And “$136,650,100 Total Profits Made”, they say.
These claims brought a collective chorus of dubious, “Hmms” from our Cogni Trade Scam Review team. Regular readers will know that overblown profit promises are the biggest red flag in the binary trading markets and are always a cause for concern. We decide to delve deeper and sit back to watch the presentation video.
Pushing the boundaries of human cognition. Say what?
Now, I wouldn’t want our readers to get the impression that our hand-picked Cogni trade scam review team all have IQ’s to rival Albert Einstein. We don’t. But that doesn’t mean to say that we’re not a bunch of pretty smart cookies, either. We are. But when the presentation video shows two guys talking nerdy-babble about the relationship between modern computers and the human brain, then after a few seconds, our eyes started to glaze over. Yet despite this, our Cogni Trade Scam Review noted two important facts about the video. The first was that the first two guys doing the talking looked like they had absolutely no idea they would end up in a video promoting high-risk trading software. The second was that Mr. Doyle and his company have resorted to one of the oldest fraudster tricks in town–blinding potential victims with so much science they lose track of what is actually going on.
By now the Cogni Trade scam review alarm bells weren’t just ringing, they were practically shaking themselves off the wall! And the picture of a brand new yacht on the web page didn’t help either. Everyone knows that’s just bait designed to lure in the uninitiated, i.e. honest Johns who are doing nothing more than checking out the Internet for honest ways of making money. Now, of course, our Cogni Trade Scam Reviewers have their hackles up. It’s time to take a real close look.
Once more into the small print
No matter how hard they try to avoid the issue, when it comes to making money online, even the most cunning scammers have to follow certain, well-established rules. They are bound by law to display legal disclaimers on their websites, along with their policy regarding privacy and if necessary a warning about the risks involved when their service is used.
And you’ve guessed it. Our fearless Cogni Trade Scam Review team went there. We took a deep breath and dug deep into those parts of the website crooks and criminals hope we never go. Into the small print! This is what we found:
- Cogni Trade makes no representations regarding the legality of access to or use of this website or its content in any jurisdiction.
- Not all services offered through this website are permitted for use in all countries.
- Investing in financial instruments involves a high degree of risk and may not be suitable for all investors.
- co and its officials are not responsible for any losses related to use of its services or software.
Does this sound like a good investment to you? An investment where you take all the risk and the company selling you the software doesn’t even know if using their software in your country is even allowed? Sadly, all this is true. But it’s the fact that our Cognitrade scam review team had to dive into the depths to find this information, that set off our loudest and most conclusive warning bells. A legitimate company is always upfront about the risks involved. Unfortunately, Cogni Trade isn’t.
Cogni Trade Scam Review Conclusion
There are a few things that tipped our hand here. The overly exaggerated profit promises, the technical jargon designed specifically to throw unsuspecting investors off the scent and the underhand way Cogni trade tried to hide the risks involved when using their software. All that plus the fact that there are no happy and satisfied customer reviews to be found anywhere on the website (nope, not a single one), means that this Cogni Trade Scam Review can only end one way. With a loud and clear message for serious traders and investors to stay well away from this company!
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- Rated 1 stars
- Really Bad
- Cogni Trade
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