Quantum Code is a SCAM! Fake Reviews Going Viral, Danger
Quantum Code is a SCAM! Fake Reviews Going Viral, DangerMarch 6, 2017
Binary Scam Alerts is posting an immediate SCAM Review and BLACKLIST notification in regards to the Quantum Code software, app, and Auto-trader as well as Michael Crawford the fake actor-on-loan from the Terran Capitals SCAM. It has come to our attention that a massive SPAM Email campaign has recently gone viral after effectively bypassing the Gmail anti-spam algorithm and successfully baiting and cheating innocent day traders. Don’t be fooled by exaggerated promises of instant wealth or Auto-pilot earnings at the click of a mouse, these ripoff artists are professional con men who specialize in online investment scams. Since we received a massive amount of complaints, our staff of researchers decided to launch an official investigation into this SHAM and our findings are conclusive and rely on a solid factual base of evidence which sheds light on this evil scheme.
Update: Quantum Code is being relaunched under the name of Orion Code which is a replica and copied version of Michael Crawford’s Quantum Code. We have also revealed Crawford’s real identity and published a separate review detailing who he is.
Official Scam Website: http://thequantumcode.net/
Proof of SCAM – Updated
So what is Quantum Code? Well, it’s a bit misleading because we’re obviously not talking about the Quantum Convolutional Code! OK moving forward, here we have Mr. Michael Crawford saying how he is a really nice millionaire who owns his own private jet. In fact, we have checked out this cheater and his plane is most definitely a rental. This has been verified through Sunquest Executive Air Charter in Salem Oregon, feel free to contact them directly and ask them about this cheater, here are their details:
Sunquest NW Air Charter, PO Box 12008 Salem, OR 97309
Phone: 503-364-7858, Fax: 503-364-5660 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As if you needed further proof, this charlatan is the same anonymous presenter trying to sell you the Terran Capitals Scam. We have Blacklisted this software some time ago and believe it to be particularly deceptive. The screenshots below illustrate this very vividly and leave no room for doubt.
The Quantum Code Software Review (New and Updated)
As the story goes Mr. Michael Crawford has unveiled the holy grail of binary options and unlocked a trading secret with his team of developers which provides a “100% guaranteed way to make profits every day forever”. And of course, this opportunity will be given to you for free but you have to be an “action taker” because it will not last forever. Without going into detailed explanations how his system works and the logic behind it, this person is telling us there are only 20 spots left so you need to hurry up and fund your trading account immediately. This is a pressure tactic that is widely used by scam artists and you must be aware of this.
Fake Testimonials: Instrumental When Plotting a SCAM
This whole enchilada is packed full of fake testimonials designed to lend it an aura of legitimacy. Contrarily, the exact opposite is true, and the use of actors and fake image bank photos is used extensively. Transparency is practically null, the demo lets you see how to fund your account and takes you through a visual process of that but the software is not publicly exposed for scrutiny (and with good reason). The broker selection process is non-existent, accuracy is not shown and you can’t see the trading history from the brokers account. Customer service is useless at best and pushy as well as rude when the email doesn’t bounce (and that happens rarely). And if you Google Quantum Code or Michael Crawford Forbes, the closest thing you will see to it is an Ominous article by Chad Orzel about Quantum Physics and how it can be used to protect you against Email Hacks.
Inflated Bank Accounts
The classic SCAM tactic is using photo-shopped bank accounts to show exaggerated earnings. These people are very clever and have mastered this tactic which tricks a lot of customers wanting to trade and actually profit using a legit system. Make sure to be extra-vigilant and aware of your surrounding because these things have been proven to be effective traps and the last thing you want to to part with your money without having some solid return on your initial investment.
— binaryscamalerts (@binaryscamalert) June 28, 2016
Is this System Free of Charge?
Actually it is not, and there’s another lie. You will be required to fund a trading account with one of their recommended brokers (which may or may not be legit or regulated). This software will NOT work with an existing account, only a NEW one will work.
Why is this Happening to Me?
If you have been targeted by the Quantum Code marketers and keep receiving email messages it means you have either signed up for a program and your details are now circulating, or alternatively your personal information has been leaked or compromised. It’s important to remember that before you try something out to get informed and educated. These people are not your friends and will stop at nothing to get you signed up with a crafty broker so they can get their fat commissions. For them it’s not personal just business, and they will keep pounding you with offers unless you learn to filter them and mark them as SPAM or phishing.
Signals, Auto-traders, Bots, and Copiers
Just like everything else in life most of what’s out there is hyped and a waste of your time. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff but fortunately for you we have a staff that does the work for you and based on our strict credibility test we only showcase the select few in our recommended section.
Review Summary and Conclusions
The Quantum Code software, app, and Auto-trader as well as Michael Crawford the fake actor have been exposed and categorically BLACKLISTED as a SCAM in our unbiased review. We tried, but could not find one single shred of anything which is legit, honest, sincere, or genuine. We believe this scheme is dangerous and one of the more sophisticated binary options investment scams being promoted online today by less-than-scrupulous affiliate markets. Our staff has actually funded a trading account to test the software, the money was blown in a matter of seconds and we could not even see how and when this happened due to the lack of transparency. In light of the severity of these recent events we are warning all our members and viewers to keep their distance from this fake app and be on the lookout for fake reviews. As always, we recommend you reach us through our Facebook Page and YouTube channel as well to get informed.