The Irish Method is a robot created by Jason Flanagan, which claims to have used it to earn millions of euros himself and now wants to give an opportunity to his members to earn hundreds of thousands of euros a month. He is so confident with his system that he is willing to give EUR10,000 out of his own pocket if members do not make hundreds of thousands of euros per month.
Does this sound familiar? Is this legitimate or a scam? Read below to find out.
Software: 100% Automated
Max Returns: 85%
Minimum Deposit: $250
Countries: All nations
- No actual proof provided, just fake claims and testimonial
- No real information at all provided
- Unregulated broker
Not Reliable Service
What is the Irish Method Robot?
If you thought that the claims made by the robot: hundreds of thousands in profits per month otherwise the creator will pay you ten thousand out of his own pocket sounds familiar; you’re right. The reason these claims sound familiar is because Irish Method is just another clone of various ‘[Insert location here] Method’ scams that have sprung up recently. The creators of these scams are clearly extremely lazy or are simply going for the ‘throw everything at the wall and see what sticks’ method of luring in gullible customers.
It should be no surprise to you at all the ‘Jake Flanagan’ does not exist at all, and is likely just a stock image. If you watch the promotional video on their website, which is full of Fiverr actors giving fake video testimonials; you will find no sightings of the fresh-faced young man claiming to be Jake Flanagan in this video. You will find his face in various other scam methods however, namely the Brit Method, where he’s known as Jason Taylor, the Aussie Method, where he’s called Jake Pertu, and the Canuck Method, where he’s now Jake Mason.
Nowhere in the video or the site do these scammers even mention the manner in which the robot works. At least in other scams, the scammers try to use buzzwords such as ‘proprietary algorithms’, ‘mirror trading’, or ‘deep learning artificial intelligence’ to dress up their robots’ amazing results. Take a look at the ‘profit guarantee’ posted by Jake on the website (which can also be found on all the other X method websites mentioned above).
It truly boggles the mind how little regard these scammers have for people’s intelligence. We do take comfort in the fact that the top Google searches for all of this methods immediately bring up pages outing them for the recycled scams that they are. However, we understand that many of these scammers get customers through email solicitations, and then perhaps they hope that some people will be simply too lazy or gullible to perform a simple Google search.
How Does It Work?
As is the standard modus operandi of all of these free scam robots, the creators of the robot make money via affiliate commissions from their partner binary options broker when customers sign up through the robot and fund their account. By operating in this manner, customers can be lured in as it is ‘free’ and since the scammers get paid upon the funding of the account; the performance of the robot is then made irrelevant. In our case, the broker we were assigned to upon signing up with the Irish Method was Toroption, which is an unregulated broker.
If you want to know how the robot works, don’t bother, because just like the recycled scam, the creators are likely simply using a generic white label automated trading software, which they probably also recycle across the various ‘X method’ scams.
Irish Method is nothing but a recycled scam by scammers who are simply too lazy to even vary the images and claims used. Since the term ‘Irish Method’ is not even used in their promotional video, they probably replicate it across the various scams too. These ‘spam scammers’ are so proliferate that even the mainstream media has taken notice. Don’t even bother with this one.
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