DISASTROUS SCAM: RippleCode review

RippleCode official websiteThis review proves that RippleCode is a scam that abuses cryptocurrencies. It is presented by James White.

RippleCode is a free trading system that is supposed to make you $7000 per day in trading with Ripple (XRP). The trading software was developed by White himself.

White now wants to give you his RippleCode software for free. So, do you have anything to lose? Of course, you do!

Ripple Code scam

Comparison of scamsWhile it is true that Ripple is the cryptocurrency that made the biggest profits last year, this RippleCode program has absolutely nothing to do with it.

RippleCode is a scam that was created as a copy of the BitcoinCode scam. It is using the same fake story about a profitable software and almost exactly the same video. Check our picture to see a proof.

James White

James White is a scammerJames White is not a software developer, he is a fictitious character created by scammers. The same character was made up for the Bitcoin Code scam.

Look at our picture and you will see not only that they use a different name for the same photo, but also that it is a stock photo that anybody can buy.

Fake reviews

You should know that scammers who create these scams have a lot of affiliated websites, so they will publish fake reviews with fake claims that the software was tested and proven to work.

RippleCode is a scam and anybody who says otherwise is lying, so beware.

How it really works

You are supposed to buy Banner BitUsually these scams that abuse cryptocurrencies will give you a losing piece of software that will force you to deposit money with an unregulated broker and lose it. They won’t activate the software until you deposit, sometimes they might even provide you with a demo that fakes results.

We wanted to test the RippleCode software, but after registering we were immediately redirected to a sell page of an advertisement program called Banner Bit that we were asked to buy for at least $200. We of course did not do it, this obviously has nothing to do with cryptocurrency trading. It seems it wants you to buy advertisement space that you don’t need.

Conclusion

RippleCode is a scam that pretends to be about cryptocurrency trading, but it’s not, it will just take your money. Stay away from it!

If you really want to trade cryptocurrencies for profits, start on a free demo account with a regulated broker to see how it works.

Don’t start investing real money until you understand all the risk associated with trading.

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