We first started by looking at iPipz Signals, but then we saw that it has a thing in common with Hedge Tracker, the alleged chief trader Glen Martin.
iPipz Signals is a provider of trading signals not only for binary options, but for Forex as well. Hedge Track Trader is allegedly an institutional trading software for Forex. Both are of course promising you profits.
Let’s start with the main proof that iPipz Signals and Hedge Track Trader are scams. Look at the picture on right. This one guy is pretending to be a trader at iPipz Signals, in the video he says: “Here at iPipz.com we are real traders trading real money.”
But you can also find him in the Hedge Track Trader video where he call himself Glen Martin. He is signed under this software too.
But in reality he is not a professional trader, he is a Fiverr actor, his real name is Ivan Nicholo and this is not the first time we see him in a scam, he also endorsed the Safe Cash scam. So basically a professional scammer.
Look at the picture, this guy is endorsing tons of scams, lately we’ve seen him in the 300 Millionaire scam for example.
So these testimonials are completely fictional, these are not real users of the trading system.
Under iPipz Signals and Hedge Track Trader we see famous scammers, so both programs are scams, although they are paid. As you can see, scams don’t have to be free.
Every honest trading system should be available for a trial on a true demo account where you can verify how it really works.