Tauribot is a Scam Undeniable Proof Inside this Honest Review

Binary Scam Alerts » Scam Reviews,Tauribot » Tauribot is a Scam Undeniable Proof Inside this Honest Review

Tauribot is a Scam Undeniable Proof Inside this Honest Review

Posted on by Patrick Jones

If you have searched the internet looking for an honest review about the Tauribot automated trading software (AKA Tauribot App) and Dr. Steven Archer, you will be shocked when you see the proof of SCAM our staff of researchers have provided after concluding their in-depth and comprehensive investigation.

Official Site: http://tauribot.com

Proof of Scam
The images below display the automated trading software inside the Tauribot App and the Citidel LTD App. If you compare the two images and the circles inside you will see it’s a rehashed piece of crap code which will steal your money and give it to the broker.

Tauribot 1

Is Citidel the Same As Tauribot?
The short answer is yes. Its the same technological infrastructure with a different skin, design, and color palette. The only thing different is the people who market the app and how they acquire customers. In fact, in many cases the same advertisers will contact you with multiple offers selling you the exact same thing only made to look different.

Tauribot 2

How Does the Scam Work?
The diagram below illustrates how the scam works. If you are lucky enough to work with a regulated broker, you stand a chance of getting a refund. However, since the whole broker selection process is done for you, the chances of that happening are relatively low and while there are honest unregulated brokers out there, most of them are hacks and thieves that will not hesitate one second before fleecing your wallet and using scam tactics like overcharging.

Tauribot 3Steven Archer is a Paid Actor and Does Not Exist 
A quick look at the Chicago University Faculty page reveals the whole story. The only Steven Archer I found was president-elect of American Heart Association and a world renowned Cardiologist. However, his name is spelled differently and I can promise you that he does not have anything at all to do with this scam app. Newsflash, there is no think tank in that University’s economic department, just like there is no Tauri Equation (feel free to Google It), and Patricia Johnson looks really nice, but she does not work for channel 7 news.

Tauribot 4

The Tauribot Tale – A Fine Example of a Carefully Thought Out Scam
Here we have the good Doctor telling us a story about how they were stalled for a year with their trading app, and then the solution to a complex mathematical equation came from a 15 year old autistic boy. It’s getting really boring listening to these colorful stories and lies about how they made a ton of money with some fake app.

Fake, Fraudulent Claims
Push-button technology, easy money and fast cash? Once activated the Tauribot software will drain your wallet after losing the trades for you. You won’t need to keep monitoring complex financial charts when using this bot, because your balance will be lost very quickly by the app after you fund your account.

No need for market, technical analysis, or any other form of charting. The Tauri bot signals indicate precisely when you will lose in a given time, and take the trade so you can make the least amount of profits on a daily basis trading binary options. The system has already been tested by certified ripoff artists and Cyber criminals so rest assured, your money will be stolen very efficiently.

Fake Reviews
Why are the reviews raving about this app? Who cares right! Use your common sense and make an informed decision before you buy into this app because if you are reading this review it means you are either educating yourself in order to avoid getting scammed, or have already been scammed by this app and are asking yourself how could I have done something like this?

What Does Work?
We fully endorse the Binary Profit Method proudly advertised on this site. If you must have a trading but please read our Virtnext Review.

Sad Conclusions and Harsh Warning
Tauribot is a rehashed piece of garbage software that will steal your money. Steven Archer is a fake, impostor, and an actor who will sell his own mother for a worn out dime. There is nothing real, factual, honest, genuine, or legit about this fraudulent app and I strongly urge you keep your distance from it.

  • Chrissy

    Wow, they took someone’s name and just changed the spelling?! I guess they think that if they make that little change its okay and they won’t be sued. Thanks for all your great research!

    • Hi Chrissy, nice catch. It’s getting really crazy with these guys, it’s all the same software dressed up to look different. The really bad thing is that there are a lot of so called “honest review sites” that are pushing this thing. I really hope people would just stop for a minute and think about what they are doing before investing.

  • Kelsey

    Who’s actually doing these “honest review sites?” Do the same people just set up a bunch of different pages out there pointing back to the site to scam people? That seems like a lot of work.

    • Hi Kelsey, its advertisers that get kick backs. You cant stop it.

      • george

        hi binaryscamalerts, I reviled some of my findings with binary watchdog about Tauribot on 1st of march and they didn’t post my honest findings about the Tauribot. I was always happy to go to there website to see if they have found any scammers to report about…
        until well i posted about Tauribot and they didn’t even posted what i had to say about there so called Tauribot that they recommended to there followers/readers
        here is the screen shot of my post that i sent to there website that wasn’t posted
        so i am here to show you then. who maybe actually cares to post it for your readers.

        p.s i think binary watchdog is full of S@it
        please post this thanks.

        • Hi George,
          With your permission I edited your comment since I don’t wish to make things personal or target any one specific site. Its enough to know there is a pattern of fake reviews out there and obviously the advertisers have their fingers dipped in the proverbial pudding. Thanks Pat

          • george

            that’s ok pat.
            thanks for posting my honest review for all to see.
            at least you are legit and don’t get paid with these scam affiliated links.
            will be always going to your web site first before doing anything.
            I hope all your readers does the same. before they get scammed.
            keep up the good work.
            thanks again

          • Thanks for that George! I value your opinion and you are welcome anytime.

  • man

    I contacted to Chicago University and received their below email:

    Shelley Rossell

    To nxman2001@yahoo.com

    CC security@uchicago.edu Feb 29 at 12:47 AM

    Dear Nguyen Xuan Man,

    Thank you for inquiring. This is a scam. It is not affiliated with The University of Chicago. There is no such Steven Archer, PhD, affiliated with The University of Chicago. We have taken measures to have our name disaffiliated but the misleading information still persists in some areas.


    Shelley Rossell

    Shelley Rossell

    IT Security

    The University of Chicago



    Please, give me some comments or advices why they deny Tauribot????

    • Hi Man. If you have read my review you should know by now its a miserable scam. So of course they would deny it. Its trademark infringement and these criminals can be held liable in a court of law.