Silver Millionaire is an automated trading system that claims it can earn traders millions of dollars in a short time. Is this true or just another scam designed to take your money?
The whole premise of the Silver Millionaire system is that “gold is overrated” and so many people are missing out by not trading silver instead (hence the name “Silver Millionaire.” Robert Crawford is the creator of the Silver Millionaire and came up with the theory that the key to fortune lies within trading silver as opposed to gold. The preliminary video goes on and on about how silver is an underrated commodity and how Crawford has discovered the secret on how to make millions upon millions of dollars trading silver instead of gold.
They also claim to have a 95% accuracy rate and that traders can earn millions of dollars in just a short period of time. However, we found none of this to be true as we could find no proof that anyone has earned huge profits with Silver Millionaire. We are more than a bit skeptical of this system and advise that you look for a more reliable trading system.
Software: 100% Automated
Max Returns: Up to 95%
Minimum Deposit: $250
Countries: All nations
– Fully automated
– Catch website
– Customer service is not dependable
– Website is not user-friendly
– Not licensed or regulated
– Does not generate the profit promised on their website
Not Reliable Service
How does it work?
There is no charge to sign up for the system but once you have created an account you are then required to deposit a minimum of $250 with one of their binary options brokers before you can even access the Silver Millionaire automated trading system. You would then set up the parameters and begin trading. However, since you are trading with only one asset: silver, your options are limited. That’s another reason we feel this system isn’t reliable. Sure, there is money to be made trading silver, but certainly not millions, especially if it is your only option with which to trade in the first place. Hence, we reiterate our opinion that this system may not be trustworthy.
Another red flag is that there are only 13 spots open. However, if this were the case, and the system were as successful as it claims to be, these 13 spots would have been filled up a long time ago and the website would no longer be available. This is just a scare tactic to entice traders to sign up for the service. Never be fooled by offers such as this. A legitimate trading system would never make such haughty claims.
After our detailed investigation, we cannot recommend the Silver Millionaire. We have yet to find unbiased reviews nor does any proof that this automated trading system generates the profits promised on the sales page. Also their customer service support is extremely unreliable and could not provide us with a straight answer on our several attempts to ask them some very basic information.
At this time, we cannot determine that this system is accurate, so we suggest that you opt for a trusted and true automated system, of which there are plenty available.
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