OBVIOUS SCAM: DirectSignals review

Direct Signals reviewIn this review we show that you should not trade binary options with Direct Signals, because it is a scam.

DirectSignals is a binary options signals service that allegedly has a 92% win rate. It allegedly was created by professional binary options traders.

And what do you do when you create a miraculously profitable trading system? You give it for free to everybody, of course! So can you get rich for free with Direct Signals?

Direct Signals scam

RobotYou won’t get rich with DirectSignals, because it is a scam. It won’t make you any money. If anything, it will lose your money.

We can be sure that it is a scam, because we tested it on the demo. There are two major problems with it.

The first one is that the program uses fake prices to generate fake profits. On our picture you will see the GBP/USD trade as a winner, but it should have been a loser. We checked it against a real price feed of a regulated broker.

By the way this must be the reason why Direct Signals doesn’t show times in the trades history, they want to make it as difficult as possible to find out that the demo is fake.

The second big problem is that the program calculates the overall profit in a wrong way, so it is again showing a fake number. Look again at our picture, the first trade was a loser (- $25) and the second a winner, although fake. But the investment was always $25, which means that the net profit of the second trade was $19.75, and not $44.75.

This means that the total profit on both trades is not $19.75, but a loss of $5.25. So Direct Signals is misleading in every way possible to make you believe that it is profitable, but it is not!

The truth

The only aim of DirectSignals is to make you deposit money with an affiliated broker, because it will earn a commission to scammers who run this program. That’s how it works.

This is why they use all those lies about the profitability of their robot, they need you to deposit money through their software.


DirectSignals is a scam that abuses binary options to make money to scammers. Stay away from it!

If you really want to try binary options trading, open a free demo account with a regulated broker.

On the demo you can start learning and building a profitable strategy. No free program will do that for you.

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