Lazy Trader App Scam Review
Of course, I couldn’t let my weekend without another scam review. Rick Daniels claims that his Lazy Trader app software can earn 150 grand in just 10 days, with a success rate of 99.97%. Can we smell the scam already? Read my Lazy Trader App Scam Review for more details.
Lazy Trader App Introductory Video
The video starts off with Rick and his model girlfriend, Jasmine, entering his 12 million dollar mansion. He then tells us, with Jasmine’s help, that his ingenious software can earn 2 grand an hour for free.
Rick Daniels is a Harvard dropout who supposedly worked dead-end jobs until he stumbled into the world of binary options trading. He used his mathematical background to create Lazy Trader app software, which is made up of complicated algorithms that are “unparalleled” in the world of trading.
The acting in the Lazy Trader app scam video is over the top and the fake laughter between Daniels and his girlfriend remind me of a cheesy 80’s sitcom.
Jasmine tells us they are going to find a “random” person and let them test the Lazy Trader software. Of course, we get to waste time watching them ride in his Lamborghini to a “random” restaurant and find a totally “random” customer, who is of course, hesitant at first, but then agrees to try the Lazy Trader App. Again, the acting is pretty lame and totally unbelievable.
We catch Daniels in a lie as he is talking to his beta tester. He tells him at first the software is free and then once he has convinced him to create an account, he lets it slide that in order to use the software he needs to invest $250, which of course thanks to the Lazy Trader app scam software, turns into 2 grand in just a matter of minutes.
Daniels tells us that he dropped out of Harvard and worked a bunch of dead end jobs before he landed a job at Wall Street as basically an errand boy. He then befriended one of the traders and was introduced to the world of binary options trading. “Greg” gave Daniels insider information on how to trade and then Daniels decided to create an automated trading program. He used his mathematical background to create the Lazy Trader App. He says it took him over 2 years and then after 7 weeks of working almost 24 hours a day he finally discovered the ingenious trading algorithm that was the answer!
He named his first copy of the system “The Profit Repeater” and says in 3 days he made 15,698.97. He kept the software secret for about a year and a half. He then grew bored because he had more money to spend than he could in 3 lifetimes and had already completed his “bucket list.” He then decided to share his software with 47 beta testers and he would earn a commission off their profits. Of course, he gets his former beta testers to give a testimonial. Can we say MORE bad acting?
Honestly, I recognized half of the actors in the video. They get hired from FIvver.com and work the scam circuit. The second beta tester was so horrible it sounded like she was reading from a cue card and kept stumbling over her words.
This then leads me to my next point? Who is Richard Daniels? Is he who he claims to be? My team and I did an online search and could find no record of Richard Daniels, not even a LinkedIn account. There is no record of him ever having worked on Wall Street. He is simply another paid actor from Fiverr.com. And Jasmine as well. By the end of the video, her phony annoying laugh was so annoying I couldn’t stand it. She looks like she belongs on a game show or cheesy sitcom.
And of course, we all know that there is no binary options trading system that can earn as much money a Daniels claims. 2 grand an hour is just totally unrealistic unless you are willing to invest at least a grand. And 150 grand in 10 days? Simply impossible! Also, no software, even those that are top-notch can claim a 99.99% success rate. Even the best systems only have a success rate of about 87%. Binary options trading is 50/50. You either win or lose, it’s that simple. And automated trading systems can greatly improve those odd, but no trading software will ever gain a success rate higher than 90%.
Lazy Trader App Website
Daniels keeps flipping back and forth between calling his software “Profit Repeater” and “Lazy Trader App” so I won’t be surprised if in a week or so we see a similar scam entitled “The Profit Repeater.” All of these scams start to sound similar over time. Some of the videos are more elaborate the others and some of the websites are better designed.
Lazy Trader App website is so-so. Better than some, but not as elaborate as other binary options scam sites. The video, a few FAQs, some phony testimonials. However, what they are lacking is their CySEC licensing info and any contact information. This is always a red flag. If a company will not display any contact information or their licensing information, you can pretty much guarantee that they are in fact a scam. As a rule, I never trade with a system that is not licensed with CySEC as they are not bound by the strict guidelines and therefore have the “anything goes” mentality. Your investments are not safe with sites that are not regulated and most of the time their brokers are not regulated either so therefore they cannot be trusted.
Conclusion: Lazy Trader App is a Scam!
Don’t fall for Daniels scheme, he is lying through his teeth. Not a word that comes out of his mouth is true and after the video was shot, I’m sure he went on to the next acting gig. Avoid the Lazy Trader App or Profit repeater or whatever it’s called.
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- Rated 1 stars
- Really Bad
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