ATTENTION SCAM: Trading Everest review

This review is a warning about the Trading Everest scam. It is presented by Jason Gaines.

Gaines claims that Trading Everest is a binary options trading software that can make you a lot of money.

Gains are allegedly “highly likely” with this system and people are allegedly able to turn $200 into $40,490 in a week without lifting a finger.

And such a miraculous software of course costs nothing, so you can get it for free.

Trading Everest scam

Let’s put straight, Trading Everest is an illegal trading system and a scam. The fact that a software that is supposed to trade with your money is offered by an anonymous company should be a huge warning sign for. It should be enough for you to walk away from this offer.

Turning $200 into $40,490 in one week is just impossible, and not only with binary options. So anybody saying that you can achieve this without lifting a finger is a scammer and a liar.

Fake trades

On the Trading Everest website you can see an allegedly live trading account. But if you have enough patience to follow open trades, you will see that they are not taken live on a real price feed.

The results are manipulated so that it looks that this trading system works. But it does not.

The truth – not free

The real purpose of Trading Everest is to make you open an account with an unregulated broker – Ivory Option – and to deposit money. You see, the software won’t be activated until you deposit money with this broker.

The reason for this is that scammers behind Trading Everest get paid by this broker for referring new depositing clients.

But if you deposit money and let Trading Everest trade your account, you will lose your deposit.


Trading Everest is a scam. If you let it trade with your money, you will lose it.

The real way to make money with binary options leads through learning and testing on a demo account with a regulated broker.

Never let trade an anonymous software with your money.

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