POSH SCAM: HFTFinance review

This HFT Finance review provides proofs showing that this program is a scam. It is presented by John Williams.

Williams claims to be the founder and CEO of HFTFinance Group that works as a broker on Wall Street. This firm has developed a binary options trading robot based on high frequency trading that allegedly can make you at least $15,000 per month.

And guess what, you can get the HFT Finance system for free, because money is free, right?

HFT Finance scam

The story of HFT Finance is of course a scam, Williams tells you lies, because you can earn him money. But the only thing that HFTfinance can bring to you is losses.

Testimonials

On the HFTFinance website you can see a lot of testimonials. People are endorsing this trading system and claiming that it is making them money. But everything is fake.

In the video all the people are just paid actors and on the webpage stock photos have been used together with fake stories. Look at the picture on the right to see a proof.

Press reviews

HFTfinance also shows some quotes from alleged articles that have been published about this trading system. But again, everything is fake.

We checked it and none of these media published anything about HFT Finance. You can check it to by visiting all the mentioned websites like CBS News and Bloomberg, or you can have a look at our picture to see the proof.

The truth – how HFT Finance really works

We’ve said it many times, high frequency trading with binary options is a nonsense, because binary options trades cannot be opened and closed within a fraction of a second, which is what HFT is about. The shortest expiry with binary options is 30 seconds.

So the HFT Finance trading system is in fact a losing strategy incorporated into a piece of software that can only lose you money. The real purpose of this software is to make you open an account with a selected broker and to make you deposit money. Because these scammers are getting paid by this broker for referring new depositors. That’s how scams work.

Scammers will get their affiliate commission for referring you, meanwhile their software will lose your money in trading.

Conclusion

HFT Finance is a dirty scam that can only lose you money, so stay away from it!

To make money in trading binary options, you have to first learn how to trade on a demo account.

Only when you are able to trade profitably on the demo, you can move to trading with real money.

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One thought on “POSH SCAM: HFTFinance review

  1. It is wonderful to finally find someone in this binary option world the is capable of being truthful. I have never seen so much scum on pond in my life .even the groups that are supposed to give advice and support are hand in glove with the scampers. Please carry on the good works and try to bring order to this world of trading .

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