Crunch Tech claim to have developed a binary options trading software that is based on weather forecasting. The algorithm allegedly has a 85% win ratio.
The sofware allegedly can make you $4,500 per week and it is of course free, because money is free, right?
Crunch Tech scam
Crunch Tech is in reality a renamed scam, it uses the same story as Neo2 scam. And the story is an absolute nonsense, using weather forecasts to trade currency pairs is as stupid as it gets.
The truth is that the only purpose of Crunch Tech is to make you deposit money with an unregulated binary options broker. Because it will earn an affiliate commission to these scammers. Their crappy software will then trade your account and lose your money. End of story.
As you might have noticed, Captain Crunch is not free. You will have to deposit at least $250, otherwise you won’t be allowed to use the software.
Sou Crunch Tech forces you to risk your money since the first trade.
Captain Crunch Software
But the most important fact is that this is not a unique software, it is an app created and used by scammers only. They just changed the logo to Cap’n Crunch.
Binary options scammers have only a few apps and they use them in all their projects. Crunch Tech software is one of these apps that loses money to its users.
Rick Paulson, Daniel Avery, Carla Acosta and Briana Mathison are just paid actors. But be prepared to read a lot of fake reviews of Crunch Tech, a lot of web sites will tell you that it is genuine because they are promoting it with affiliate links, they are scammers too.
Crunch Tech and Captain Crunch Software are nasty scams designed to lose your money with a crappy app that is not based on a real trading strategy.
But this is exactly what you need to make money binary options, a real trading strategy. Unfortunately nobody will give you their profitable strategy for free, but you can try to build your own on a free demo account.
Never trust anybody who promises you free money on binary options but asks for your deposit first.