Moore claims that with the help of his friend he developed a trading software that can make you over $5,000 per day. This software is called Retailed Profits and it initially started as a shopping trend predictor at eBay.
Today Moore is offering you Retailed Profits for free, so can you make money for free? No.
Retailed Profits scam
You don’t believe us? Take a look at the picture and you will see that they used a stock photo to portray Moore. This is the typical scam trick.
When watching the Retailed Profits video, you will be pressed by a counter to sign up quickly. There will be not much time left.
But it is a fake counter, just reload the page and you will see that it will reset to higher numbers. There will always be so called free places in the program.
Another dirty trick used by binary options scams is fake testimonials. In the Retailed Profits video you will see a paid actor endorsing this program and reading a fake story about how much he is earning.
On the website you will see fabricated Facebook testimonials with stolen photos from different sources. Check our picture to see the proof.
So how does Retailed Profits really work? The truth is that it is not free. The first thing you will have to do, is to deposit at least $250 with a broker that is not regulated and that you will not be allowed to choose. If you don’t deposit, the program won’t be active.
The reason is that the scammers are associated with this particular broker and they get paid by this broker for referring new depositing customers. This is how they earn money and it is the only purpose of Retailed Profits.
Retailed Profits is a very simple scam that will make you deposit with an unregulated broker and lose money in trading with a worthless program. Stay away from it!
If you got interested in making money with binary options, try a free demo account with a regulated broker.
Test and learn on the demo until you have a profitable strategy. Until then it makes no sense to trade with real money.