Cracking the Code is a SCAM – REVIEW

In this review of Cracking the Code you will find proofs that it is a scam. It is presented by George Liebherr.

Cracking the Code is a binary options trading software that allegedly can make you over $1,000 per day. And you don’t have anything to learn, because it works on autopilot.

And miracles are not over, because Cracking the Code is free, so you can make money for free. Can you?

Cracking the Code Scam

The Cracking the Code program is of course a scam that won’t make you any money. In fact it will take your money and lose it in trading.

Just look at the fake counter of free copies remaining, when you reload the page, it will be back to 20. So it obviously is a fake counter that is there to put you under fake pressure.

Fake testimonials

Cracking the Code uses fake testimonials to persuade you. In the video you can see paid actors and on the webpage you can see stock photos of people that have never heard about this program.

Look at the picture on the right to see a proof. This man has never traded with Cracking the Code.

Scam software

Perhaps the best proof that Cracking the Code is a scam is in the software you will be given to trade binary options. We know this app very well, it has been developed by scammers and it is used by many, many scams.

Look at the picture to see a few examples of binary options scams that use this exact same software, like SnapCash Binary, Wiki Trader and Vena System.

We know from real users of this software that it is losing money in trading with real money!

How it really works

The real purpose of Cracking the Code is to make you deposit money and trade with a certain broker. Because the scammers are affiliated with this broker, they are getting paid for referring new depositors to this broker. That’s all.

This is why you won’t be allowed to test or use the software until you deposit at least $250 with a broker that you cannot chose. They need their commission before you uncover their scam.

Conclusion

Cracking the Code is a standard scam that promises earnings, but will make you lose your own money. Stay away from it!

Making money with binary options is possible only when you learn to trade by yourself. You can try and do that on a free demo account with a regulated broker.

Forget about binary options robots, they are all scams.

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