Step 2 Wealth
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We heard about John’s Authentic Step 2 Wealth system some time back and had received questions about if it was a scam. If you have heard of the Step 2 Wealth System, then you’ve probably also found out about its purported 10K a day profit potential. However, we’ve not been able to unearth any proof to substantiate this claim.
We cannot say for sure if the system can even generate a penny daily. After thorough, unbiased research, we’ve determined that after investing $250 in this system you’ll not get anything.
One of the biggest issues we had was trying to authenticate and investigate the claims made in the Step 2 Wealth website’s promotional video. In addition, our computers browser kept warning that the website was unsafe to use.
A reverse lookup of the domain name revealed that the it was purchased a few days back despite the software claiming to being around for over four years. The layout of the website appears to be based on a cheap template which was just filled out in a few minutes. The video is phony, to say the least, and will just take you around in circles without getting to the point.
We are just not us trying to criticize something, but these are facts that we’ve unearthed after thorough research. We are trying to warn our visitors and readers about the potential financial losses they can incur if they ignore the warning signs of it being a scam.
The Step 2 Wealth Review: We expose the fraud behind the system with proof
The promotional video is of terrible quality. The quality of the video is perhaps evidence of the fact that the owner is not making $40K a day as he claims.
At least someone making that much money a day would spend good money on a quality promotional video. Secondly, Richard Williams claims that the robot helps people make up to $10k a day, which could turn the average person into a millionaire in a matter of 14 days.
No robot whether it is automated or even if it’s remotely controlled by an expert trader can make this type of money every day. The best of the best software will still require a good amount of time to start churning out a meaningful income.
Why do we think Step 2 Wealth is a Fraud?
If the claims made by Step 2 Wealth is true when it comes to making $10K a day, it would not be worth just $250. The promotional tactics used on this website are questionable at best. We know how scams work and how they work in the trading industry. The use of countdown timers for one helps to create the feeling of scarcity when in fact it just resets sometime later.
Step 2 Wealth uses a timer on their website to perhaps showcase that the slots available are limited. Plus the person presenting the offer is part of the fraud and is lying about pulling down the website or the offer once the timer runs out.
Also, the claim that the system will not be used by anyone else except for a chosen few who have paid up and invested is also placed cleverly to lure people into a sense of missing out on an opportunity.
Interestingly despite all the threats of pulling out the content and removing the videos once the timer runs out we were still able to register. We used a long list of fake email address in a row all of which got us registered.
During our investigation, never did we even once receive a message that all slots were occupied. This means that the Step 2 Wealth Signals system does not care how many people register and so it’s not a so-called elite club.
We reckon that Step 2 Wealth is just a scam and they use a bunch of lies to lure people. The scam has always been easily accessible to everyone from the time it was launched. Plus they continue to accept new individuals or traders. After all, they make more money when more people signup.
The evidence trail left by Step 2 Wealth software
We were not able to find any statement by the company or a third party to suggest that System 2 Wealth was a registered broker or a trading system. No third party, independent body or regulatory body has approved the system.
So, how can you just take the word of a few actors in the promotional video? While there is no way to know for sure either way but it stands to reason that the scammers running the system have no substantial evidence of their system performing.
We found it suspicious that Step 2 Wealth system which styles itself as a secret, elite group has no mention of any license on their official website. Plus, there is no contact information. So, with no physical address, email address, a number to call or even customer support how can you trust it?
Also, there is no background information about the software or the system. We find all of this way too strange to trust. And so we wouldn’t advise that you bet your hard earned money on its authenticity.
Founder Richard Williams Exposed
We had to find out more information about Richard Williams, after all, he is purported to be the mastermind behind this system. Interestingly, we found no information about this person and their association with the binary options industry. Also, Richard Williams is a very common name and yet none we found were in any way associated with Step 2 Wealth software.
We were unsuccessful at finding any link between the platform and social media websites like Facebook or LinkedIn. But why is that important? Well because a system this big has to have employees, i.e., managers, salespeople, customer service, etc. all of whom will be proud to mention this info on their LinkedIn profile.
All other reliable and reputed trading signals websites and robots have very active social media pages and a list of employees. When we compared the pages of successful binary options brokers, trading robots, and other reputed systems, the differences were stark. Good systems are covered with testimonials, reviews and various questions about how the software works.
But despite the system’s ability to churn over $10K a day, we found no such information. Nobody seems to think it’s even worth discussing, which is very strange indeed!
What trading algorithm does Step 2 Wealth use?
Honestly, nobody can answer this without a shadow of a doubt. Richard Williams himself may not know how it works. Interestingly throughout the presentation and the promotional video, there is nothing to suggest how the system works or even how signals are triggered. Which begs the question as to why invest in something you don’t know anything about?
We found no company history or any other information which could give us solid answers. Nothing can be found on the Step 2 Wealth’s website except for us seeing through their effort to try and make everything appear legitimate.
What we think about the Step 2 Wealth video testimonials?
The video from the get go to be using hired actors similar to those employed by the Afofee scam. We found a whole bunch of actors on Fiverr and other websites who will review just about anything for $5. So, just about anyone can make a video saying that they made millions in profits. It is for this reason that we don’t think that these people are praising the system because they made money but rather because they were paid $5!
Final Verdict – Stay away at all costs
We have found out from our research that Richard Williams and his so called team are nothing but a group of fictitious individuals. The system, as well as the people behind it, are scammers. The video and resulting website was put together in a hurry and do not reflect the so-called professional standards that the creators boast about on the website.
Having millions of dollars couldn’t result in a more convincing presentation? If anything the answer to this is that these are cheap scammers who are trying to bait anybody desperate enough to trust them with $250. It is a scam platform which is being peddled by maybe a network of crooks. By exposing this fraud, we hope that you will remain safe!
- Half-baked website
- Ridiculous promises of profits
- Fake testimonials