The Centument Project 2.0 Review, New SCAM Same Lies!

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The Centument Project 2.0 Review, New SCAM Same Lies!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Centument Project 2.0 SCAM software and Gerald Reed are back with a vengeance and out to steal your money as our impartial review and investigation will prove. Make no mistake, this fake app and auto-trader is a dangerous BLACKLISTED investment SCAM that will steal your money and the people behind it will split the profits with shady offshore and unregulated brokers. We believe this system to be of a particularly alarming nature do to the appealing narrative and the amount of money invested into this high-level production. We were absolutely appalled by the amounts of complaints that came flowing in and how it has quadrupled almost over night. The implications are far reaching, and it means that less-than-scrupulous affiliate marketers are hammering this offer via SPAM email as well as annoying popups since they believe (with good reason) day traders will fall for this scheme and end up depositing. Still, despite everything we were able to expose these cheaters and their methods of operation. Keep reading to see exactly how we shed light on Centument Project 2.0.

Official Scam Website and Login Page:

Proof of SCAM
As can bee seen in the image below, Gerald Reed the thief actually admits his software had a security breach and was compromised by “shady brokers” (the same ones he chose to partner with). This makes him incompetent at best and mostly likely a cheater and scammer. Additionally, you can see the hyped up claims again offering you “thousands in daily profits guaranteed”. I think everyone knows by now that you can’t guarantee anything and that risk is always there especially when talking about exotic options or anything having to do with the stock market or online trading.


We find it particularly offensive and condescending when these people use the same cheap tricks to try and dupe our members into funding offshore trading accounts with rogue and unlicensed brokers. I mean why not come up with something new that actually works instead of rehashing the same lies and fraudulent software.

The Centument Project 2.0 Review
So, the notorious Gerald Reed is back and now asking us to trust him because according to him he has found out how “shady” brokers “reverse engineered his system’s software” but now they have fixed this loophole and are offering you a way to make “thousands in daily profits guaranteed”. Please note, this rip off artist is literally saying that his system was “hacked” and these imaginary brokers siphoned off profits of 10% of the traders that should have actually won.

Again, this story has more holes in it than Swiss Cheese. First of all, I must admit the people pushing this software are more than rude. We have already proven Gerald Reed is an actor and a thief, so trying to peddle this crap with a different window dressing is a serious oversight on their side. Secondly, IF (and that’s a very big if) the story checks out and the software is legit, why should anyone trust Reed when he has clearly demonstrated he is clueless about storing confidential information in a secure environment. Again, once bitten twice shy and all the superlatives one can imagine. To top it all off, this guy is harping on the same lies and deceptions that promise you “guaranteed success”.

This only validates our suspicions and provides the required factual base of evidence needed to finally debunk this cheap excuse of an app and the fake story behind it.

Fake Testimonials, Inflated Bank Accounts:
These shameless con-artists are up to their old tricks again. The image below clearly illustrates how actors are used to project an image of sincerity when in reality the exact opposite is the truth. Alena Schmidt is actually starring in the Thompson Chiropractic & Wellness Center, and the video testimonials are from previous actors used in the Bank Tracker Bot and Terran Capitals Scam. These have both been blacklisted in our website and are known to be notoriously deceptive.


Is it Free?
Again, there’s no way this software is free and it will cost you at least $250 to get started. Be very careful, this money will be collected through their recommended brokers which may have already stolen money – he is even saying that himself so there is no need to prove that.

The Old Centument App Software
Centument LTD was launched maybe 6 months ago and since then has been the source of much misery and grief for thousands of day traders looking to make an extra buck trading binary options online. We have already provided all the necessary facts and information about that system and received a lot of feedback about it on our comprehensive review. If you are a person who agrees with the saying “seeing is believing” you should not be deceived when you see a different graphic design. The user interface changed but its exactly the same software.

Similar Viral Scams
Make sure to avoid Quantum Code, Lucrosa, Millionaire Blueprint, and Prizm Tech.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The Centument Project 2.0 SCAM software and Gerald Reed is a rightfully blacklisted SCAM. It is anything but trustworthy and there is not one thing legit, credible, or genuine behind it. This is a rare case where the narrative is so flawed that they even admit themselves that shady, unregulated brokers hacked their software and stole money belonging to traders. I’m honestly speechless and utterly dismayed at the sheer level of audacity, rudeness, and condescension displayed by these vulgar cyber-hooligans. These people are scam artists and cheaters out to get your money and you should not believe anything they have to say.  To learn more  join our  Facebook Page 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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