MAXIMUM SCAM: QProfit System review

Jerry Douglas from QProfit SystemThis review of the QProfit System proves that this trading system of Jerry Douglas is a big scam.

Douglas claims to be a former employee of Goldman & Sachs. He says that with his friend Sasha Petroshenko from NASA they automated financial trading to a profitable app and they called it QProfit System.

The software allegedly has a 95% win ratio, so it can earn you thousands of dollars per day. And here is the miracle, you can get QProfit System for free and become rich for free. Well, not so fast…

QProfit System scam

In reality QProfit System is just another scam that will make you deposit and lose your own money with a scam broker, because the trading system is completely worthless.

Jerry Douglas

Risk DisclosureJerry Douglas from Goldman & Sachs? The guy you seen in the Qprofit System video is just a paid actor. Jerry Douglas portrayed in the video is a fictitious character created by scammers for the purpose of scamming you.

You just have to read their Risk Disclosure Statement to see it, they admit that their video is completely fictitious and done with paid actors.

Fake testimonials

Testimonials are fakeThe QProfit System reviews you can see on their website might make you doubt, but they are fake too.

These stories of people who are making money with this trading system are fake.

Look at our picture and you will see that scammers used stock photos, these are not real users of the QProfit System.

Scam software

The trading system is losing moneyAnd finally we tested the QProfit robot to see what software scammers came up with this time.

It of course is not an app developed by a NASA engineer. It is a scam software offered by scammers only.

Look at our picture and you will that the same app is used by other scams like HB Swiss, Binary Robot WS and Robot Forex WS.

We get a lot of feedback from real users about this software, so we know it is losing money in real trading!

The truth

The last thing we have to address is the true purpose of QProfit System. It is to make you deposit with the unregulated and scam broker Toroption. It is because people who run the QProfit System scam are getting paid by this broker for referring new depositing traders. That’s all.

The software won’t be activated until you deposit money. But now you know that if you do it, you will never see your money again, because the crappy robot will lose it.

Conclusion

QProfit System is a scam that abuses binary options to make you lose money with a crappy software and a scam broker. Stay away from it!

If you are interested in making money in trading, try a free demo account with a regulated broker to see what you have to learn to achieve real profits.

Don’t trade with real money until you have a real strategy verified in testing.

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6 thoughts on “MAXIMUM SCAM: QProfit System review

  1. Thank you I tried really hard to lose my money but thank my credit union wouldn’t release any funds
    and now I’ve read your report pew I’m a lucky man

    1. Yes, these fake reviews promote it with affiliate links, they get paid for every new victim they refer to this scam.

  2. Although these comments are very negative, does it mean that you have tried this robot or have you just done some ‘research’? Nowhere in this report have you said that you have tried it and lost your money or, indeed, how much you deposited. Or are you one of these bloggers who jumps on the bandwagon of the negative report without ever trying it?

    1. There are enough proofs in our review. We don’t need to lose money with every scam we review to prove that it is a scam. We have reviewed almost 1000 scams. Should we confirm our findings by losing money with each of them, that would be at least $250,000 lost. If the software is proven by real users to lose money, no need to verify it every time it changes the logo.

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