10K Every Day App Review, New SCAM Same Dirty Lies

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10K Every Day App Review, New SCAM Same Dirty Lies

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The 10K Every Day App (AKA 10K App) by Richard Banks is another dirty SCAM and in this fair and impartial review and investigation we will blacklist it. A word of caution, we know exactly who the thieving affiliate marketers behind this dangerous new scam are, and we will expose their tactics as well as the real identity of Richard Banks the paid actor and performer in the most revealing and transparent way. Truth be said, this is not the most elaborate scheme we have seen, it is however extremely effective since it mimics the same patterns of deception which we consider to be extremely dangerous and misleading for average day traders looking to make an extra buck trading binary options online. If you received a SPAM email in regards to this offer, make sure to unsubscribe and never click on any links. We have received a deluge of complaints about .exe files being downloaded without permission. This is either spyware, malware, or viruses infecting your computer of mobile device. We urge our members and subscribers to refrain from registering with this software since there is nothing legit or genuine about this latest scheme. Keep reading to see who Richard Banks really is and how we shed light on this most recent financial scam.

Update: 10K Every Day is being relaunched these days under the name 10K App.

Official Scam Website, Login Page, And Members Area: http://www.10keverydayapp.co/lp.php

Proof of SCAM
Richard Banks is really an actor named Greg James! Below you will see a screenshot of this actor introducing himself as the “founder of the 10K Every Day APP”. Next to him you will see an image of Greg Banks taken directly from his acting reel.

If you need more proof, here is a link to a previous review we published about the Instant Cash Club which is an older SCAM this performer participated in. Only there his alias was “Thomas Jordan”, again not very original.

10K Every Day App Software Review
This sub-par sales presentation starts when “Banks” is able to successfully solicit a person on the street by asking him if he would like to make 10K every day. The person (also an actor) then agrees to join Banks at a restaurant and that is where they sign up for the software and it is linked to one of the “vetted brokers”. Banks then funds a trading account with $250 which magically increases to about $700 after a few hours. Then he suddenly appears in a  posh living room with a Christmas tree and continues to hammer the same message over and over – “How would you like to make $10,000 every day?”. Naturally the offer is time-sensitive so if you don’t seize the opportunity is will be shut down and you would have missed your chances to make millions of dollars on auto-pilot. Again, he claims his system is successful because of a loophole he discovered over two years ago, and it is a closely-guarded secret.

Then he boldly states that is natural for you to be reluctant because you have been lied to and mislead many times – so it’s not your fault. Then we get into the parade of fake testimonials starting with James who is laying it on real thick. Then Helen gets on a Skype call and starts lying through her teeth about how much money she has made with this fake app and auto-trader.

In reality, what we are dealing with here is a filthy ploy designed to steal your money. It employs all the usual scam tactics such as fake testimonials, hyped up and exaggerated claims, inflated bank accounts, and stolen images that are scraped off the internet.

Is it Free?
It is not! It’s gonna cost you at least $250 and that money will be charged to your credit card by one of their slimy brokers which may or may not be regulated.

Similar Viral SCAMS Trending Now
The ones getting the most complaints are Tesler App and Quantum Code by Michael Crawford.

Fake Reviews
It’s true! Quite a few leading website owners have made a strategic decision to accept bribes in the form of commissions or just a flat fee for writing favorable reviews. These reviews are easy to spot, simply contact us if you are not sure.

Signals Versus Trading Robots
If you are having a hard time making a decision making which is better for you it’s with good reason. We have had various endorsement requests by key industry people, and we have turned all of them down since we are only interested in taking on the most consistent money-making apps.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The 10K Every Day App by Richard Banks is a SCAM trading robot and we had to blacklist it in our fair and impartial review. We have provided all the required evidence and proof needed to validate our initial claims. Our findings clearly indicate that Banks is an actor and the 10K Every Day App is a bona fide scam designed by crafty affiliate marketers to steal your money. After the money is stolen, the loot is then split in what is referred to as a revenue or profit share scheme where the brokers collect their share as well and continue to bankroll their dirty operation. If you have invested in this sham, please do not re-invest and never agree to sign any documents or accept bonuses that will lock you into a trading requirement. The only way to get your money back is not to trade and ask for a refund by claiming you were mislead and deceived. If you have been illegally solicited by pushy sales people posing as legit investment consultants, simply tell them you have no money and eventually they will cease to badger you. At this point we have no choice but to advise our members and subscribers to seek alternative investment opportunities. We are also available to answer all or any of your questions through our Facebook Group and YouTube Channel.

About Patrick Jones

Exposing financial scams since 2015 on a daily basis. Patrick has an academic background in Journalism and a knack for delivering snappy and relevant reviews. View all posts by Patrick Jones →
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