Delta Tech is supposed to be a binary options trading system that can make you at least $1,350 per day.
And Hammel says you can get Delta Tech for free. Is it really that easy to make money in trading?
Delta Tech scam
The truth is that Delta Tech is a scam. In fact, it is a rebranded old scam, last year we reviewed it when it was called Delta App.
Jake Hammel scammer
Check our picture to see some examples, in the Nesdek scam he was calling himself Mike McDonald.
This guy is just an actor who is playing roles in scams, not a trader or creator of trading systems.
She also played in some other scams in the past, like the Quantum Income Machine, see our picture. Her real name is Jamie Rea.
Look at our picture and you will see some other scams that are based on the same app, like Bitbubble Tech, Altcoin Trends and Traders Vendetta.
This software is offered only by scammers and from real users we know that it is losing money in trading with real money!
How it really works
The true purpose of Delta Tech is to make you deposit money with a certain unregulated broker. This is because people who run this scam are being paid by this broker for referring new depositors.
That’s all, this is how they make money. It also shows that Delta Tech is not free, you will have to deposit at least $250 in order to activate the software that is losing money.
Stay away from Delta Tech, it is a on old scam rebranded. It can only make you lose money!
Making money in trading binary options is possible, but you first have learn, train and build a profitable strategy on a demo account, preferably with a regulated broker.
Forget about free money making robots, these are all scams.