Algo Trading Robot Review, SCAM Exposed With Proof!

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Algo Trading Robot Review, SCAM Exposed With Proof!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Algo Trading Robot software is another BLACKLISTED SCAM and we will prove this in our in-depth and revealing review. Here’s a new addition to our scam bucket which is sure to wipe out your bank account and leave you with a hefty dose of frustration and grief. It seems this nameless cheater and actor has slipped under the radar for quite a while, and using the fake name of Stanley Nash facilitated this purpose. In fact, he was such a professional con artist that even after day traders were getting fleeced, they still went on believing it was something they did wrong and not the greedy affiliate marketers pulling the strings behind the SCAM. So when the complaints started mounting, it was like a volcano erupting since grievances were suppressed by a crafty combination of aggressive sales tactics and emotional manipulations used to divert attention from the sub-par performance of the fake app, to the emotions of traders in a crude attempt to deflect their anger and pin the blame on the day traders. In an act of defiance, one of our members spilled the beans on this dirty little operation and explained how he received a SPAM Email invitation that offered him free access to an automated trading system that would make money for him on auto-pilot. We immediately smelled a rat and our fears were confirmed as we started to peel the layers of lies and deception until we reached the foretelling conclusion that we are dealing with a new confirmed financial SCAM.

Official SCAM Website and Login Page: http://algotradingrobot.com/

Proof of SCAM
Below is a screenshot of the nameless actor peddling this sub-par auto-trader. On the left side you see him saying its “absolutely free”, and on the right he is saying you need to “deposit some funds”. This kind of double talk and inconsistencies are running rampant and serve as an immediate red flag which indicate to us we are dealing with fraudulent software.

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Additionally, what we see here is the use of fake testimonials, inflated bank accounts, stolen image bank photos, and aggressive false advertising tactics which will not be tolerated anymore. Below we see an image that was scraped off the internet and used in an older scam dubiously named “cash camp” which is directly responsible for ruining the lives of hundreds of households across the world. And the most obvious tell is the hyped up claim of actually making “$22,005 every day”, something which is not only fallacious, its simply an outrageous lie designed to mesmerize and lure you into a dark web of lies and deception.

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Algo Trading Robot software Review
The sales video starts off by saying “what if you had a Chrystal ball that could predict the future? But nobody has that right?” And then he explains how his software uses predictive analysis to identify and execute the best possible trades on auto-pilot. They are saying you can make thousands of dollars daily trading “on the global financial markets starting as early as the next few minutes, but you need to act fast” because only a handful of free licenses are available to the public. The presenter claims the app was developed by an Oxford professor of applied mathematics (Stanley Nash) and is powered by a “sophisticated algorithm which produced an unprecedented win ratio of 88.7%”. Then he continues to say the algorithmic trading robot was “profitable 1041 out of 1042 trading days”. The sales pitch says the robot predicts price movements and executes trades automatically and has pulled in 157 Million Dollars for its creator.

At this point we have to stop regurgitating the trashy promotional video and point out some very obvious inconsistencies. Firstly, an 88.7% ITM ratio will not get you 1041 out of 1042 successful trading days. There is an inherent logical conflict, and if this were true then the numbers would be closer to 920/1042 (feel free to do the math yourself, it’s quite simple). Furthermore, we searched for Professor Nash at Oxford University and guess what, we came up with a big fat blank.

In reality we are being asked to invest money in a fraudulent software. The narrative is riddled with holes and conflicting information, and the spokesperson is most likely a paid actor and cheater performing at the behest of the charlatans pulling the strings behind this fake app.

Pricing
This thing is definitely not free and will cost you at least $250 to get started. This money will be charged to your credit card or e-wallet by the rogue and unlicensed brokers recommended by this band of crooks.

Fake Reviews
If you have seen a positive review promoting this fraudulent software you can be sure this person is getting paid to write a favorable review. This is an undisputed fact.

Similar Viral SCAMS
The ones you must avoid are Orion Code, Gemini 2, and Drexel Code.

Signals Versus Auto-traders
We have seen our share of shabby systems dressed up to look like “the next big thing”. In reality most of the software today is worthless and not trustworthy. The few systems that have been consistent performers are proudly showcased in our recommended section.

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Software Review Summary and Conclusions
The Algo Trading Robot is a SCAM, and we had no hesitations about BLACKLISTING it in our fair and impartial review. We truly attempted to find a legit and genuine trading app, and gave this auto-trader a fair chance but it miserably failed the most basic elements of our credibility tests. We checked transparency, accuracy levels, and reasonable response times from their support staff. The system received a resounding FAIL across all key parameters and when we funded a trading account using this app the balance was blown in a matter of minutes, and the broker would not respond unless we were willing to reinvest. In light of all this evidence our investigation uncovered, we are forced once more to advise our members and subscribers to seek alternative investment avenues and stay away from this latest financial scam. Don’t forget to join our Facebook Page and YouTube channel.

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  • Patrick Jones

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  • Shelby

    This guy really doesn’t know his numbers huh?! Guess he expects no ones else to also. It does not take a genius to figure out that 1041/1042 is not 88.7%. You just need basic math skills. Hopefully not to many people skimmed over this part!

  • Steve Mathews

    When I clicked on this site, it said that only one spot was available. Please! I’ve never been lucky enough to win or get the last spot. I’m sure the site isn’t going to shut down after I sign up…right?!