Dream Catcher Review, SCAM Caught Red Handed!

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Dream Catcher Review, SCAM Caught Red Handed!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Dream Catcher software by Matthew Warner is a BLACKLISTED SCAM and our team of expert researchers caught these ripoff artists red handed as our fair and impartial review and investigation will prove. It started last night when a fresh flurry of complaints started coming in about a MASSIVE SPAM EMAIL campaign which was recently launched by some devious affiliate marketers who are using stolen email accounts to send spam from known contacts. It should come as no surprise to you that this form of activity is not only illegal, it’s also extremely misleading, deceptive, and dangerous due to the fact that it lowers your level of suspicion and skepticism since you are getting a “special invitation” from a known contact. In essence, we are dealing with type of hi tech wolf in sheep’s clothing. Due to the mounting levels of complaints and the fraudulent nature of this fake app and auto-trader, the staff and management at Binary Scam Alerts has decided to take action and warn all our members and subscribers about this new investment scam. Keep reading to see how we were able to call their bluff.

Official SCAM Website and Login Page: http://www.dream-catcher.co/

Proof of SCAM:
First of all, the sales video is full of spelling and grammatical errors which means it’s not produced by native English speakers. The immediate suspects are Russian or Middle Eastern nationals who are known for producing these kinds of systems as a means to launder money. Secondly and more importantly, Matthew Warner (Alias) is promising to make you a millionaire overnight. This is plainly stated on the screenshot below and there is no way it can be misinterpreted or misconstrued. This form of promotion is what we refer to as hype, but in reality its false advertising at its finest and should be viewed as an outrageous lie which should not be tolerated.


Now, as the saying goes the devil is in the details and we found more than one diablo hidden in the texts. So, take a look at the security seals and certifications. They are not clickable and were scraped off the internet and stolen without permission. The English is not legible and full of typos and grammatical errors as well as improper syntax. This just ads an additional layer of deception on what is apparently one of the most despicable shams being peddled online today by online marketers.


Dream Catcher Software Review
The story starts when Matthew Warner asks if you want to receive $4,250 cleared into your checking account just for taking a short survey. He claims that the people who take this survey will get $4,250 every day for life, and it won’t cost them a dime. This mantra continues for about 5 minutes in a very repetitious and irritating manner. Then he claims that all you need to do is signup, download the software, and put the app on auto trade. The video goes on to show you warm Caribbean beaches and a carefree lifestyle with fancy cars reserved for the wealthy elite. Then he proceeds to flaunt his bank account which has over $27,000,000 and explains how he has a Wall Street Background and needs 15 people to test his software, in which he invested over 1.2 Million Dollars and 18 months of his life.

He continues to say how he’s from Chicago and left school early to work 3 jobs at fast food restaurants. At 19 he moved to New York where he became a Janitor at a Goldman Sachs trading floor, and after 19 years he was given a break by Alexandro Mendez (fake name) who came from Guadalajara and dominated the futures markets on Wall Street. According to the story it was this man who taught him how to trade, and he claims “you don’t need to be born with a silver spoon in your mouth in order to make Millions trading, you just need the right software”.

In reality, we have heard this Cinderella story before and it is an extremely motivating factor since everyone can relate to it. But this is why it makes this scheme that much more dangerous. In reality the testimonials are fake, they make use of inflated bank accounts, the claims are hyped up, and the images are either stolen or scraped off the internet without written consent.

Is the Dream Catcher Software Free?
Absolutely Not! It’s going to cost you at least $250 and that will be charged to your credit card by one of their crummy brokers which may or may not be regulated.

Similar Viral Scams
The ones to avoid are Gemini 2, Brooks Blueprint, Instant Cash Club, and Quantum Code.

Fake or Legit Reviews?
It’s difficult to spot an honest review these days since a lot of of the leading websites and blogs are affiliates looking to get paid for writing positive reviews. If you need any assistance or are not sure about a certain system simply contact us at binaryscamalerts(at)gmail.com

Signals Versus Auto-traders
If you are not sure about which is right for you and are currently deliberating, then you are not alone. A lot of members have asked me which is better or more profitable, and I just refer them to our recommended section where we showcase the best and most consistent money-making apps in the market.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The Dream Catcher software by Matthew Warner is a SCAM, and we rightfully blacklisted it in our fair and impartial review. It was designed in a premeditated manner with malice and the implicit intent to act as a cash cow for crafty affiliate marketers looking for easy prey to steal money from. It miserably failed every aspect of our credibility tests and we were not able to produce a single testimonial from a satisfied customer who would vouch for this piece of trash code. In light of all this evidence and obvious grief, frustration, and loss of capital it is directly responsible for, we are warning all our members and subscribers to avoid the Dream Catcher Software and seek a genuine trading app elsewhere. 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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