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Traders Revenge is the latest binary options robot that claims to be able to earn its members as much as $13,500 per month. The idea behind this robot and the name is that its creators want you to get back against those scammers by using their proprietary algorithm developed by a Russian hacker named Vladimir who reverse engineered the scammers’ systems themselves to make one that actually worked. So is Traders Revenge a legitimate robot, a scam, or a B-movie plot? See the answer below!
Software: 100% Automated
Max Returns: 85%
Minimum Deposit: $250
Countries: All nations
- Free entertainment
- No actual proof provided, just fake claims and testimonials
- No real information at all provided
Not Reliable Service
What is Traders Revenge Robot?
Let’s make one thing clear right away: Traders Revenge is just another binary options robot scam; just another one among many. However, we do have to give them credit for their somewhat innovative reverse psychology marketing message. You see, according to their promotional video, which you can watch here, the creator of the system, a Mr. Ryan Jackson, who begins by assuring us that he is most assuredly NOT an actor, tells us how he was scammed by the various binary options robots and lost $7,000. He then found a Russian hacker named Vladimir on freelancer.com and in return for 50% of the profits, they created a system together and Ryan managed to generate $1,376,354.04 in 24 months, which he split 50/50 with his new best friend Vladimir. And because he’s only doing this to get revenge on those scammers, he’s giving away the software completely free! What a swell guy!
The video, which we recommend watching solely for entertainment purposes, also mentions that Ryan used to be a Starbucks manager earning $35,000 a year while Vladimir was a freelancer earning $1,000 per month living in his parents’ basement (note: houses in Russia don’t have basements!). For further hilarity, Ryan also later claims that his grandfather instilled in him the quote ‘Victory or Death’ which young Ryan took to heart after his grandfather died at the young age of 57. We could not make this stuff up if we tried folks, but evidently these scammers can.
So, if you have watched the promotional video, you may be asking, what proof do we have that Traders Revenge is a scam? First, let’s notice the fact that in the entire video, which is over 15 minutes long, there is absolutely no explanation as to how their software actually works, or even any live trading demonstrations (not that those are to be believed of course, those are typically altered demo accounts). In this case, the scammers seemed more focused on Ryan’s backstory and narrative, which we admit makes for an entertaining watch.
So how about Ryan and his friend Vladimir? Are they who they say they really are? Well, as is the case with many scams, Ryan is nothing but a paid actor hired from Fiverr, while Vladimir is just a generic name assigned to a stolen image. Take a look at the proof below.
How Does It Work?
Again, as with many of these free robots, these scammers make money via affiliate commissions from their binary options broker when you fund your account with them. This is by the way the exact same way that ‘Ryan Jackson’ claimed to have been scammed in the beginning of the video; these scammers are so arrogant that they even tell you upfront how they intend to scam you! Don’t get us wrong, there probably is an automated trading software when you sign up, it’s highly likely to be just a generic white label software; its effectiveness is irrelevant as the scammers already make money at the point of you funding your broker account.
Traders Revenge is just another generic binary options robot scam and despite its interesting narrative twist, the only revenge you will be exacting by signing up with this system is the revenge on your own wallet. Stay away from this one.
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