SnapCash Binary Review, SCAM or Cash at a Snap?

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SnapCash Binary Review, SCAM or Cash at a Snap?

Posted on by Patrick Jones

Right when our staff of researchers was about to post a new SCAM review exposing a new malicious financial SCAM, we came across the Snap Cash Binary software by Austin Ford. One of our members asked us to conduct a full review and investigation of the inner workings of this new auto-trader, since he claimed it seemed to be a legit and genuine trading app. In a bizarre turn of events, our trained staff of experts immediately sensed something different about this new system so we dropped everything and started digging in deep. Truth be said, we were ready to just add this product to our scam bucket list and move on, but right then and there we noticed the figures, accuracy levels, and results this software was producing. We were perplexed and intrigued by the possibility that this software can actually deliver on its promise. We know you have read a variety of so called “honest reviews” about certain online trading systems, but we rarely endorse new apps so why not take a minute to go over this article and see what Snap Cash Binary is about.

Official Snap Cash Binary Website: Snap Cash Binary

What is Snap Cash Binary and Does it Have Anything to Do With Snap Chat – Review
That is a question we immediately got from a few of our subscribers, and the answer is no it does not have anything to do with Snap Cash by Snap Chat. So let’s clear the mist and get our ducks in a row. The Snap Cash Binary app is a system which was designed by Austin Ford, a coder and computer engineer who figured out how to make millions of dollars through incredibly easy trades. He claims you can actually become rich by using his software, and he found two random people on the street who were willing to try out his software as beta testers. He actually gave them $250 to start out with and stated that this initial sum can grow exponentially into hundreds and thousands of dollars if used correctly.


The way the system works is by offering you trades or option contracts to buy, but there is also an auto-trade option if you prefer that. When you accept the trade you actually buy the contract based on the recommendation (i.e call or put). Ford claims the potential to make huge amounts of money as a “lone wolf” is incredibly high, since everyone uses the same brokers. In other words, the software looks at the whole picture and not isolated sections of it. He goes on to say the success or ITM ratio is 96%, but that is something we will talk about later on.

Now Ford is looking for new beta testers to try out the software and he is actually telling you need to deposit at least $250 to get started, so that is a refreshing change since all the scam artists immediately say it’s free.

Who is Austin Ford?
We checked this guy out and  found out that he likes his privacy, but this is not uncommon with rich people. We did find out the support staff responds to emails in a timely and prompt fashion, and that gives us a strong indication when inquiring if it is a scam or a professional outfit.


I Got Scammed Before – How’s This Different?
Well, this software is different since it offers you the trades and you can decline them or buy the contract based on the pre-selected criteria. We have not seen this kind of functionality before and when we tested it we found it to be extremely user friendly and easy to understand.

This will cost you at least $250 to get started. This is also very clearly stated in the video presentation.

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Signals Versus Auto-traders
We are bombarded with endorsement offers by an army of con artists on a daily basis, and we rarely take on a new system. Snap Cash Binary is a rare exception and a welcome new member of our recommended section.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The SnapCash Binary software by Austin Ford is an automated trading system which promises a 93% ITM ratio and a reliable way to become rich very fast. Usually these things are blacklisted scams designed to bait, mislead and deceive you, but this is not the case. We did however notice two oversights. The first is the use of hyped up claims, our accuracy levels stand only at 86%, which is very impressive but not 93%. When we inquired about this we were told it will improve, so we will have to wait and see. Secondly, we found some testimonials we believe to be fake and that is a big mistake on their side, but at the end of the day the software is a solid and consistent performer, so we are willing to forgo this for the time being, but reserve the right to change or amend our review based on customer feedback. In short, we found the Snap Cash Binary software to be a genuine app which is completely legit. We were more than happy with the amount of money we made and plan to keep using it since it is a definite money maker and has huge potential as a consistent money-making machine. Still just in case, we took exceptional measures and have a signed letter of compliance from the owners of this system. If they fail to meet our standards we will take proper action and expose them immediately. Don’t forget to join our  Facebook Page and YouTube channel.

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  • Amanda

    So have you tested it yourself, I’m very interested in it. Just scared to test it out.

    • Hi Amanda,
      Yes we did and it’s a money maker although slightly below the advertised ITM ratios but still very good accuracy levels of around 86% and consistently as well. Thanks, Pat

  • Margs

    can I join if I’m in New Zealand

  • Daryl

    Hi Pat, (I’m in Canada)

    Great article. It certainly supports some other binary experts that I follow.

    I’ve signed up, but am wary of the brokers that were presented to me. 1. Bank of Options and 2. 23 Traders. Any insight on this? I want to get started, but am not prepared to deposit until I know I can trust them.

    • Hi Daryl.
      23traders have a solid reputation. The other one could be fine too but Im not familiar with them.

    • Hi Daryl, I believe 23 traders is a solid broker and they have been around for quite some time. I’m not familiar with the second one so can’t really comment on Bank of Options. Thanks, Pat

  • Amber Beth

    So how much money did you actually make seen you deposited your $250 and how long did it take because if you use this system correctly you will make money. Is there a way to not use it correctly?

    • Hi Amber Beth,
      There are two ways to use it. The first option is to “approve” the trades offered to you. This is a semi-automated method if you want more control over your trades. The second option is the auto-trade function, which is a “fire and forget” system that executes trades without having to manually intervene at all. We started out with a $500 investment and its growing steadily, but we are also monitoring complaints and with the exception of one person (there is always someone who is never happy) the feedback is not negative at all so we are currently recommending this system. Pat

  • Dalisu

    Hi. I’m in South Africa. How do I join?