We have all seen unbelievable success stories all over the internet about trading. Well, the new website that we are going to go through today seems to be on the same side. For starters, as we noted in The Inside Trader review, they claim to be able to make each of their customers $4,500 on a daily basis. Leaving aside the fact that guaranteeing profits on a daily basis is impossible, they are actually guaranteeing over $4,000 every day. Ask any trader if that is possible and they will tell you directly that losses are a part of trading.
The Introductory Video
The video seems to be suspicious, to say the least. In fact, that is what tipped off our investigators to The Inside Trader scam initially.
The person in the video (who helpfully doesn’t show his face) says that he has created 34 millionaires in the last 1.5 years. First off, the website has not been online that long. How did he create so many millionaires when the website was not available in the first place? Secondly, if any firm has the capability to create this many success stories, they would surely have been featured on multiple leading businesses by now. A quick online search revealed that nothing of the sort has happened. In fact, our investigators probed a little more deeply and found in The Inside Trader review that the website is completely unknown. Not only has it not been featured in any leading sources, there is nothing mentioned about it anywhere.
According to them, there are over 8,000 members currently using their software. This might not have been much of a big news had it been operating for long.
However, a search of the domain information reveals that the website was registered on the 4th of January 2017. We have no idea how a website that was created less than a week ago can have more than 8,000 members. If this does not point to The Inside Trader scam, we have no idea what does.
Even more interesting is the fact that they claim you can make $6,000 in a few hours of starting. Note the fact at the very beginning where they claimed that a member can make $4,500 daily. Now they claim $6,000 in a few hours. This reflects the fact that they had simply hired a web designer who did not bother with the content. Not only that, this kind of bad design reveals that the people behind the website are not really interested in the website either. After all, why bother with a website that is bound to be revealed as fake within a few months of starting?
Just following that we find yet another interesting claim. Our investigators found in The Inside Trader review that now they claim to have 1,231 members on their website. Not only that, their total profits are over 123 million dollars. All this within less than a week. We leave the conclusion to you.
According to them, there are mobile apps which help you trade. These are available on multiple mobile platforms, including Windows, Android, and iOS.
We ran some searches on the Windows mobile store to verify this. After all, if you have an app on the Windows mobile platform, it needs to pass through Windows store in order to get approved. Our investigators found that this was non-existent. In fact, The Inside Trader scam cleverly posts a picture of a phone with the mobile browser. What they essentially mean is that you have to get online with the phone in order to access their platform. While this is not exactly illegal, this kind of misinformation is quite normal in fake trading websites.
As in the case of any fake trading website, these people also have a list of people proclaiming how great and revolutionary their website is. Of course, none of them exist.
In our investigations for The Inside Trader review, we found that there is no book called “We Trade We Win” and the author, Barry Evans, was a figment of the imagination. Even better was Sarah Wallis. We did some background checking on Ms. Wallis with the help of Google Image Search.
Either Miss Wallis has multiple identical sisters who feature on other websites, or she is a paid actor who features on other websites. Of course, this proved The Inside Trader scam without a doubt since no real trading website deliberately falsifies information for gaining more customers.
Fake Social Contacts
They claim that their live feed of social media platforms is updated every minute.
We refreshed the page multiple times over a few hours and there were no changes to any of the statuses. Even better is the fact that our investigators could not find a single member mentioned either on Facebook or Twitter. This was easy because their Twitter handle was provided and the search revealed entirely different people in The Inside Trader review.
When you trade online, having a team to help you with your queries can be crucial to a trade. However, with this website, while they claim to have round the clock support system, there are no options to chat. Neither are any phone numbers provided. The only way to contact them is through email. We tried that and no reply was provided even a day later. This proved that our initial assumption of The Inside Trader scam was spot on.
The Inside Trader Review – Conclusion
As our investigators noted in their final points, websites like these with fantastic claims will always be made. However, none of them turn out to be authentic. If you want to trade, look for trusted websites that actually promise deliverable results instead. After all, it is your hard earned money we are talking about here. Have a look at my YouTube Channel for the latest in breaking news. Click here for direct access.
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