The Zeus 2 software by Matthew Harrison of Zeus Investments LTD is another BLACKLISTED SCAM. We will provide all the proof and evidence required to validate this fact in our fair and impartial review and investigation. If you have somehow stumbled onto this scheme and would like to “test the waters”, our unequivocal recommendation is to avoid it at all costs since it was designed by crafty affiliate marketers with pure malice and the soul intent of stealing your money. If you believe this fake app and auto-trader to be genuine or legit, you are gravely mistaken and will surely end up as another victim which has fallen prey to this latest financial SCAM. A word of caution, we have received countless complaints about SPAM emails and annoying popups promoting this bogus app. Make sure to unsubscribe and file a complaint immediately to avoid continued badgering by irritating, aggressive, and intrusive advertisements. Keep reading to see how we caught these crooks red-handed and shed light on their misdoings.
Official Scam Website, Login Page, and Members Area: http://zeus2.co/
Proof of SCAM
In the image below you will see the local talent presenting himself as a “Matthew Harrison from Zeus Investments”. Right next to it you can see Tony Azure (Alias) trying to peddle the same recycled trash code under the name of Azure Method which was blacklisted by our diligent staff on June 1, 2016. As you can see, its the same actor peddling the same lies.
Zeus 2 Software Review
Matthew Harrison (alias) claims his nickname on Wall Street is Mr. Midas, because he is able to make money for himself as well as others. He says he loves money and everything that comes it, including the gift of giving. He claims he has given 50% of his income to needy people and charities around the world, and today he would like to “give you 1 Million dollars for doing almost next to nothing”. He goes on to explain that he was the head of a binary trading initiative aimed at making 10 investors 1 Million Dollars each under 181 days. He claims the investors did not have to invest a dime, and they had to come from an “every-day” normal background and make could $605 per hour.
This paid actor and cheater goes on to show us photo-shopped, fake win records and payouts for his “investor” Helen Palmer. He goes on to show inflated figures totaling millions of dollars, and claims that you can be the next success story, but you have to be an action taker because this window of opportunity is about to close and you are about to miss the gravy train.
Zeus 2 is in many ways the epitome of a modern investment scam. It employs the most commonly used and sleaziest tactics such as inflated bank accounts, fake testimonials, images that are scraped off the internet and stolen without permission, hyped up claims, and aggressive false advertising techniques.
Especially disturbing were the fake bank accounts of his so-called “wife” Angela, (and later Nathaniel) which showed a balance of over 1 Million dollars. This was clearly edited and the numbers are fabricated just like the rest of the sales pitch which is filled with inconsistencies, outright lies, and half-truths. Additionally, there is no reference to accuracy levels or ITM ratios, which means these crooked affiliate marketers are just out to get your money and could care less about the software’s profitability.
Is it Free?
No, and if you were led to believe it is free then think again. It’s gonna cost you at least $250 to get started and that money will be charged to your credit card by the rogue, unregulated brokers which have been assigned to you.
Fake Reviews, A Growing Trend
It’s no secret that many industry-leading bloggers and website owners take bribes in the form of commissions or just a flat payment in return for an open endorsement of a fake app. There are a few key websites which have begun to abuse this privilege and they will pay a heavy price for their actions as their loyal members will simply abandon them.
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The ones we believe are the most dangerous ones are Automata Formula, Orion Code, Gemini 2, Push Money App, and Dubai Lifestyle App
Signals Versus Trading Robots
The last 2 days have been unprecedented as the number of requests to endorse fraudulent software continues to grow. We even received a couple of threats, however this did not deter us as we only showcase the best and most consistent money-making machines and make sure we have written and signed guarantees by the app owners.
Review Summary and Conclusions
The Zeus 2 software by Matthew Harrison is another worthless recycled SCAM we had to blacklist in our fair and impartial review and investigation. We have seen our fair share of fake auto-traders, and this one goes straight to the top of the scam bucket. It’s deceptive, misleading, and dangerous. Furthermore, we believe it was designed by with pure malice in mind and will deliberately attempt to steal your money in a very smart and sneaky way. We can’t overstate how nasty this system is, and many people who have recently complained about Zeus 2 found themselves penniless as rude brokers relentlessly call them up and try to get them to reinvest. In light of all the grievances and evidence our staff was able to produce, we have no choice but to post a severe warning notification about this latest scheme, and advise our members and subscribers to seek out a more legit and genuine trading system. Please make sure to join our Facebook Group and Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel, that is where we answer your difficult questions.