Just listening to the initial description in the Leaked Profits video was enough to induce a headache in us. The sheer amount of impossible information in that alone is impossible to take in. For example, the video starts off by saying that Mr. Frank Bishop has worked in Wall Street for over 20 years, has a net worth of over $240 million and is a New York bestselling author.
As is usual with most fake trading websites, our Leaked Profits review showed that the claims were not only outlandish but completely false. Let us start with the fact that there is no man called Frank Bishop who has been interviewed on CNBC. Of course, the template is nice enough, but it is obvious that the thing is a very badly done copy paste job.
Not only that, our investigators went forth and checked out the date mentioned in the video. There was nothing mentioned about any Frank Bishop on 22 December 2016 on the CNBC website. This proved quite well that this whole thing was a Leaked Profits scam. The man does not hold any master’s degree on Economics and the whole thing is simply a very big scam. Even the part about Wall Street Journal featuring him is a lie. Of course, these things could have passed off as authentic a decade back, but nowadays, with the advent of Internet, it is much harder to fake. This is not to say anything about the fact that a man who is worth more than $200 million uses a free service like YouTube to host videos on his trading platform. We leave the conclusion to you.
No Real Reviewers
We went ahead and tried to find a few of the people who have reviewed the website.
While the statements might look authentic, it is important to note that anyone can post a few made statements on their websites. Our investigators tried to contact the people mentioned here for our Leaked Profits review and it seems that none of them exist. We scoured both Twitter and Facebook to find these people and even tried direct internet searches. Now, this is quite surprising that the website is for online trading and real people would surely have been present on the internet.
We do not usually proclaim a statement to be impossible outright. This is because in our career we have seen a lot of feats that could normally be claimed to be very difficult to achieve. However, the things that are claimed in the Leaked Profits scam cannot be true.
For example, their claim that the website has earned over $72 million seems something rubbish. If a website was really worth this much, it would have been covered in several prominent trading websites by now. However, our analysis for the Leaked Profits review showed that this is not so whatever these guys may claim. We even reached out to a few authorities to check out if they had actually reviewed the website. But all of them were quite clear that they had not heard of any such trading platform.
When we invest out money, we like to know how it will actually be used. However, this is rather problematic in the case of automated websites. But even then, these websites outline a general idea of how the money is expected to be invested. After all, it is real world cash we are talking about. However, for the Leaked Profits scam, this seems to not be the case.
Apparently, their idea of informing the general public is telling them how to deposit money so that it can ‘grow’. How much vaguer can it be? In fact, for all intents and purposes, it can simply mean that they are asking you to give them the money. Nowhere in our analysis for the Leaked Profits review could we find a real working plan of how your money will be used. You may just wake up one fine morning to see it all gone in a ‘wrong’ trade. After all, one does agree to these things happening when they sign up for the website. Our analysis of the Risk Disclaimer actually proved our suspicions.
Here, they state quite clearly that a customer may lose part or all of his/her money in the investment. Frankly, why then should anyone invest with these guys? This also shows that they have created a legal escape way in case anything goes wrong.
No Real Trades
A trading website is expected to conduct trades on a variety of commodities. However, one look at their live trading chart is all it takes to understand that it is a fake.
You will notice that all the trades are done with Swiss Francs. What this means is that the Leaked Profits scam simply had a web designer. He copied a part of a design off another actual trading website which referenced only Swiss Francs. The result is obvious to anyone who can read a profit chart.
No Contact Information
For a trading website, the single most important factor might be the communication.
However, as our Leaked Profits review found, their idea for a support system consisted solely of emails. No phone numbers or chat records. Simply, no way to trace them. Even this was very badly configured as we have yet to receive word from them on a simple question we asked regarding their website.
Leaked Profits review – Final Words
In conclusion, it is obvious that the Leaked Profits scam is nothing but a cheap way to make money off customers. If you are really interested in online trading, try real trading websites instead of fakes. There, you will at least get the chance to learn to trade and actually earn some profits. Have a look and my YouTube Channel click here for access.
- Rated 1 stars
- Really Bad
- Leaked Profits
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