Ze Forex Review, Fake ZeForex Software Exposed

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Ze Forex Review, Fake ZeForex Software Exposed

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Ze Forex software and fake signals app is a SCAM, and a part of a dangerous affiliate fraud network which we will expose in our detailed and revealing review and investigation. If you have somehow stumbled onto this fake trading robot, we can guarantee that you will end up having your money stolen by crafty online marketers operating in cahoots with rogue offshore brokers. In fact, ZE Forex is a part of a group of websites which go by the names of Trader’s Formula, My Online Trading, and Trader Formel. All of these sites are a part of a massive fraud ring which is based on the same fraudulent software, and uses the same graphic templates. There’s nothing legit or genuine about ZE Forex, or the rest of the sites mentioned above and we will produce all the proof and evidence required in order to ascertain and validate this fact. It’s worth pointing out that this scheme is also promoted in German as well as Russian, which makes it is even more dangerous than the usual English-only version. This is a very clear-cut case, which makes it very easy to understand how the con artists operate, and we will obviously address this issue in our unique review. Keep reading to see how we exposed ZE Forex, as well as the rest of the fake sites and why we believe it is a confirmed financial SCAM.

Official Website, Login Page, and Member’s Area: http://www.ze-forex.com/en/

Proof of SCAM
Below you will see a screenshot of the main menu in the ZE Forex main sales page. As you can see it is a template which is used for Trader’s Formula, My Online Trading, and Trader Formel. It’s also worth pointing out that as opposed to ZE Forex, the other schemes have videos of Amissio Formula and The Trading App attached to the sales page. This is standard operating procedures for large media companies or affiliate networks that want to roll out quick marketing material for online investment schemes.

It’s also important to mention that they use the same fake testimonial images on ALL the sales pages. It appears that “David Jones” is an alias and fictional character concocted by unethical internet promoters. Here you can see the face of the same actor pasted on the help page of a health care facility named Balance Treatment Center.

Ze Forex Software Review:
“The decision to invest is not just about financial growth.” This is how the sales video starts, and there is nothing of substance which explains what the software is about or who is behind in. What we see and hear is a collection of soundbites which include sentences like “rest assured that we will be by your side”, or “we provide investment services”. In essence it is a cheap collection images and sentences designed to instill a sense of a better life and successful living.

The con-artists were also very predictable and “old school”. They made sure to add the fake CNN and CBS News stickers to show their filthy software is legit, but this has obviously backfired and they ended up looking very stupid here.

The texts on the initial registration page talk about how to activate your account in minutes, automated trading, daily trading tutorials, and “daily winning trades”. These crooks claim they provide an “exceptional trading environment” with a wide range of products, tutorials, and tools. There is no talk of PIPs, access to an MT4 terminal, or any kind of professional trading tools or brokers like sRs Trend Rider 2.0 does for example.

In Reality
In real life this is what you can expect. This website has nothing to do with Forex. When you complete registration you will be contacted by a binary options broker who will try to sell you snake oil and an phony investment strategy. This has nothing to do with trading automation, signals, or any form of smart investing. The fake testimonials, replica templates, ripped off sales videos, and fake logos tell us we are dealing with cheaters. We did miss the usual level of hype and exaggerated claims of easy money, but its still there along with the inflated bank accounts.

Is it Free?
No it is not, $250 is what it’s going to cost you and this money will be charged to your credit card by filthy unlicensed brokers who care nothing about your financial well-being and only wish to bleed you dry.

Fake Reviews
Actually there are no in-depth reviews about Ze Forex yet, but we are sure that after we expose them all the rest will follow and do the same. Just remember where you saw it first.

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Review Summary and Conclusions – Verified SCAM
Ze Forex is a fraudulent trading software and fake automated signals robot designed by unethical affiliate marketers with pure malice and the deliberate intent of stealing your money. There is nothing legit or genuine here, so don’t even think about joining. If you have deposited or invested with this sham then we urge you to refrain from doing so again. In addition, we have it from a trusted source that these jackals are using SPAM email marketing to trap and bait innocent would-be traders and opportunity seekers. Please do not click on any links and try to unsubscribe immediately if you can. The same applies to Traders Formula, My Online Trading, and Trader Formel which are part of the same network. We would like to warn our members and subscribers that this is a tech-savvy operation and they are very experienced and well funded. These people have a criminal background and specialize in credit card fraud, software manipulation, and identity theft so please keep your distance at all costs. In light of all of the evidence we have produced, we are compelled to blacklist Ze Forex and advise our members and subscribers to seek alternative investment options. As always, don’t forget to join our our  Facebook Page and YouTube channel.

  • Amber Beth

    The site definitely would have fooled me. But I have a question. Someone always told me to look at the year that’s at the bottom of the website and that date should be current. Is that true? This site says 2012??

    • Nice catch. Thats another one.

      • Donald Smith

        Oh I didn’t know that one. I just thought that was the date they made the website. I’ll have to remember this!

  • Hi Abdallah.
    Nice move on the fact checking. Pat

  • James Pallack

    Hi Pat,

    What do you think of SG Option and Automated Trading Insurance? Are these two for real or another scam?

    Thanks,
    James

    • Hi James,
      Technically speaking trading automation depends on the actual software so I cant say. I need a link for SG Option to see which one you mean. TY