Fintech Profits Review, Fintech SCAM Exposed With Proof!

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Fintech Profits Review, Fintech SCAM Exposed With Proof!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Fintech Profits software by “George” is a dangerous copycat SCAM, and we blacklisted it in our fair and impartial review and investigation. We have reviewed many fake apps and trading robots in the past, but we hate this type of scam the most since it is a cheap rehash of a previous system that flopped the minute it was launched. Still, some crooked affiliate network seems to believe it’s worth promoting online, so here’s a fair warning. Fintech Profits is a malicious app which was designed by slimy online marketers operating in collusion with rogue offshore brokers in an attempt to steal your money. The modus operandi of these shameless marketers is mostly SPAM email campaigns and annoying popups. It’s worth pointing out that their methods have evolved, and now fake news is being used to hide the insidiousness of the fake apps they are peddling over the internet. These new marketing tactics are extremely misleading and deceptive, but more disturbing is the fact that less affluent segments of society are targeted, victimized, baited and bled dry. We are warning all our members and subscribers not click on any links and unsubscribe immediately. Additionally, never divulge any form of personal information especially your credit card details. We have received multiple complaints about overcharging and withdrawals being declined. Keep reading to see how we exposed these cyber-thieves and why we believe Fintech Profits is a confirmed financial scam.

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Proof of SCAM
Below is an image of “George” (Alias with no last name). George is selling you the dream and claims his software can make you $550 every day guaranteed.

Below we have the same actor selling you the exact same sales pitch just with a different software, this time it’s called “Daily Income Society”. Now we see someone named “Donald Hertz” (alias) who is welcoming you to the Daily Income Society VIP Member’s area. These lazy bums didn’t want to invest in a decent promotional video and didn’t even bother changing the scripts. Well, this Hertz character has starred in a number of sleazy presentations most recently with the Royce Code. His real name is Kevin S. Martin and he is a B movie actor. Here’s a link to his LinkedIn profile.


Moving forward, below is another image of two actresses providing fake testimonials. The younger actress starred in “Charity Profits” which we did not review due to time constraints, and the older actress is presented as a Millionairess in the Terran Capitals scam which we blacklisted a while ago. We found out here real identity, her name is Chris Shields and I can promise you she knows nothing about online trading.

Fintech Profits Software Review
The sales pitch starts when George says he will guarantee you make $550 today after watching his video presentation. If you don’t make that sum, he promises to double it and send you $1,100 the next day. Then he goes on to say that he is part of an “elite group of underground traders who banked $20,778,000 last year for their partners”.

He then proceeds to state that each of the traders on his team made millions of dollars trading in “verified profits”. But they understood that if they add more members their profits would increase tenfold. During 2015 they took a group of beta testers to use their software, and the results were “100% success”.

George claims every person that joined his test group is now financially independent, and will continue to be so without lifting a finger! And now its your time to get in on the action, but this offer is time-sensitive so you have to act fast and get started using their software.

In reality this is a rehashed scam produced by lazy affiliate marketers who want to steal your money. It has all the classic tell signs such as inflated bank accounts, hyped-up and exaggerated claims of guaranteed wins, fake testimonials, and outright lies and fabrications. Needless to say the narrative is a fabricated copy/paste job, something which does not make any sense to us. 

Is it Free?
Absolutely not! It’s going to cost you at least $250 to get started using this fake app and trading robot. This money will be charged to your bank account by one of their thieving brokers (which may or may not be regulated).

Similar Viral Scams Trending
The ones you need to watch out for are Quantum Code and Orion Code. These have both been blacklisted on our website.

Fake Reviews
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Signals Versus Trading Robots
We are constantly receiving endorsement requests, in fact we have actually received threats not to blacklist certain systems. Fortunately, we are still one of a rare few that are true to their word and refuse to endorse fraudulent software. If you are searching the internet for the best signals or auto-traders you need look no more. Our recommended section features the most consistent money-making machines, and we have done all the research so you don’t have to.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The Fintech Profits software by George is a SCAM and rightfully blacklisted in our indisputable and factual-based review. Make no mistake, there’s nothing genuine or legit here, besides the intent of the affiliate marketers operating behind the scenes to defraud you and steal your hard-earned money. We also have it from trusted sources that the Fintech Profits customer database was recently leaked by a disgruntled employee and sold to a group of spammers in the Russian caucuses. We were told that customers started receiving strange and unsolicited promotional offers from spoofed email addresses. Unfortunately there’s not much we can do to assist you in these matters, and getting a refund is becoming increasingly difficult so get ready to kiss your money goodbye if you bought into this program. In light of our findings and the conclusive evidence and proof our staff of researchers was able to produce, we have no choice but to warn our subscribers, BLACKLIST this offer, and recommend alternative investing avenues. Should you have any other queries please join our  Facebook Page and YouTube channel and get informed.

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 →