Scam alert: Secure Trader by Tony Parson

Secure Trader proof of scam
In reality it is impossible to trade binary options on Saturdays, so these trades are fake.

Today’s review is going to be a quick one, it is about a new binary options scam called „Secure Trader“.

This piece of software is supposed to trade binary options for you and make you money. Tony Parson promises between $800 – $6000 per day. He says that if you act quickly, he will give $3000 to your binary options trading account.

All this is of course a lie. The only thing that Parson needs you to do, is to open a binary options trading account with his broker and deposit money into it, because that will earn him affiliate commissions. You won’t see any cash from him in your account.

So Secure Trader is not even free, you will have to deposit at least $250 to be able to use it. And be sure that you will lose this deposit, if you let the software trade your account.

We should not forget about proofs that Secure Trader is a scam. There are several, but one will be enough. In the video Parson shows some fake testimonials with paid actors and some fake trades.

Just look at the image above, there are trades from February 27th and 28th, but the 28th was a Saturday and on Saturdays markets are closed! In other words it is impossible to trade binary options like it is shown in the video. So fake and scam are the only words we can use with the Secure Trader.

Do yourself a favour and forget about free automatic binary options trading systems that will make you money. They don’t exist. You have to trade binary options yourself to make money.

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