Terran Capital System
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Terran Capital System is the latest automated trading software that claims to be able to generate profits of at least $900 daily at no risk. Can this be done? Read our full review to find out.
Terran Capital System claims to be an automated trading company, founded in 2005, with net revenues of over $870 billion, and makes up 49% of the entire automated trading market (which in itself comprises 85% of all market transactions). They claim to have been cited by numerous media outlets, which is not surprising for a company with alleged annual revenues of $870 billion! You can watch their full promotional video here.
Software: 100% Automated
Max Returns: Up to 86%
Minimum Deposit: $250
Countries: All nations
– Openly admits to being fictitious
– No real information at all provided
– Unregulated and untrustworthy broker
Not Reliable Service
What is Terran Capital System Robot?
If you haven’t figured it out by now, Terran Capital System is just another scam, albeit a more creative one. Instead of pretending to be started by a single person who discovered a ‘proprietary algorithm’, they actually claim to be a company with almost a trillion dollars in revenue! To put that into perspective, they claim that in just over 10 years, since the company was started in 2005, they managed to go from zero to $870 billion! How impressive, I’m sure news media must be all over this success story, right?
As is the case with these scams, Terran Capital promises that there is no risk involved at all. Right off the bat, that is proof that this is bogus, because as anybody with any real trading knowledge whatsoever knows, there is absolute no such thing as risk free trading.
We have to give kudos to the unnamed spokesperson in the video above however; while he is obviously an actor, he is definitely the best actor we have seen in a binary options robot scam so far. We could not find his profile on Fiverr; the most common source for low-grade actors as we expect that for his skills, Fiverr was simply too cheap for him. We hope that he finds more dignified work in the future.
If you had watched their entire promotional video, you might have noticed the actor above mentioning the names and pictures of several apparently prominent and well-respected individuals. We could not find a match for their so-called CEO, Susan Carter.
And finally, here’s the incontrovertible proof that Terran Capital is a complete fake: they admit it themselves! That’s right, they do! Once you enter your email address in their main page, you are taken to the second landing page where you see the following:
This is simply amazing and must be the first scam we have come across that actually admits to being a scam, albeit using the ‘fine print disclaimer’ tactic of course, a tactic used by many corporations worldwide.
How Does It Work?
Again, these ‘free’ robots work by getting you to sign up with their partner broker, from which they will receive an affiliate commission upon the funding of the account. Hence, they do not care whether the robot actually works or not as they have already taken their cut by then. In our case, the broker we were assigned to was Option500, which is not only completely unregulated but has been the subject of a CySEC warning and the subject of numerous online complaints regarding fraudulent behavior. We don’t need to discuss how the robot works because as the creators themselves admit; it is all completely fictitious.
There is no way a $870 billion dollar company would have slipped under the global radar and even if it existed, why would they be giving away their systems to you for free? And not only giving it to you for free but actively soliciting you for it? Logically, it doesn’t make any sense at all. Needless to say, don’t even bother with this scam robot.
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