Victor Lambert and Guaranteed Wealth? No, guaranteed loss

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Guaranteed Wealth web site.

There are so many scams on binary options these days that we can’t even cover them all. We just have to pick some and describe what is new. This time we are going to review Guaranteed Wealth from Victor Lambert.

As usual it is being presented in a video. The story of Victor is a pure fiction, he says that he discovered a time anomaly in financial markets that allows him to see beforehand which trades will be winning. And he developed an automated trading system on binary options that benefits from it, it is supposed to make you thousands of dollars per day.

This is of course a complete nonsense. Because even if he had an advantage and could see how trades will be paired a fraction of a second before, it would be absolutely useless on binary options. The shortest trade you can take is 30 seconds, so seeing even a whole second in the future would not help you at all.

When Lambert shows the supposed results of his Guaranteed Wealth system, he says that it tripled his account over the weekend. It is another nonsense, because markets are closed over the weekends and you can only trade a few binary options most often with expirations during the next week.

But if you want to be really sure that he is just lying, read the disclaimer linked at the bottom of his page. It says: “No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed on this website.“ So where is the guarantee? Nowhere, of course, because his system will just lose your money.

Because another big fat lie of this scammer is: “This won’t cost you a penny.” Of course it will, because the first thing you have to do after joining Guaranteed Wealth is to deposit money on a binary options account. So it will cost you hundreds of dollars.

Want another proof that this is another scam? Lambert says in the video that there are only 90 places open and 62 remaining free. Look at the video tomorrow or in a week and you will see that the numbers will be the same.

So the “Guaranteed Wealth” system is just another scam, Victor Lambert just want you to deposit, because that will earn him affiliate commission with his broker. Don’t fall into his trap.

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4 thoughts on “Victor Lambert and Guaranteed Wealth? No, guaranteed loss

  1. I stupidly bought into this scam for £250 and, of course started losing money quickly, so turned it down from low risk at £10 PER TRADE TO £0 PER TRADE.
    THIS TURNS THE BOT OFF AND STOPS TRADES. However I GOT A CALL TODAY FROM A TRADER FROM LBINARY WANTING ME TO INVEST £5000 WITH HIM As MY BROKER TO TRY AND RECOVER THE LOSS incurred FROM THE BOT AND MAKE A PROFIT IN A FEW DAYS!
    What I cannot understand is why brokers pay out commissions to affiliates who recruit clients when they know it is a scam. Brokers on trading platforms like Lbinary are only making money if their clients’ trades win.. So, therefore, do not earn on losing trades.
    Can anyone explain this?

    1. Binary options trading is like gambling. The casino makes a profit when you lose. When you lose $250 on a trading company like Lbinary, they get to keep that money. That’s why they can afford to pay the referrer up to a $100 for every person who deposits the minimum amount.

      What made you think they only make money when you win?

      1. Not true! Please read some binary options guides for beginners.. You literally don’t know what you’re talking about.

  2. I put £336 ( $500 ish ) into the account after two days; it made me nothing, yet the website said the boy was activated. Therefore I logged onto the broker to get it started; it worked, I left it to it.

    9 HOURS LATER

    Account Balance £0.47 ($0.65 ish) my rate was under 30%, his claims of 91.4% are a load of rubbish! Therefore I’m getting in contact with Victor Lambert personally and asking for more than a refund.

    HE SHOULD BE SENT TO PRISON!! I know hate this guy with sheer disbelief at how he’s ripped me off!

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