Limitless Profits is a Verified Scam, Legit Review Exposes Fake Automated Trading Software

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Limitless Profits is a Verified Scam, Legit Review Exposes Fake Automated Trading Software

Posted on by Patrick Jones

Binary Scam Alerts is issuing a severe warning and SCAM notice in regards to the Limitless Profits Software (AKA Limitless Profits App) and Roger Clifford the fake actor. Our complaints desk has compiled a massive list of grievances submitted by innocent day traders wanting to profit from trading binary options online. The claims made by these victims range from standard false advertising tactics, all the way up to internet and credit card fraud. After hiring additional staff to gather all the evidence we have reached the overwhelming conclusion that this is the worst type of investment scam you can find today. Not only is this software inaccurate, it is also dangerous, misleading, and deceptive.

Official Scam Page:

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Proof of Scam
Limitless Profits employs the dirtiest and most slimy tactics you can dream of. Their bag of cheap hat tricks includes but is not restricted to following: Excessive use of actors, fake testimonials, use of fraudulent software, false advertising tactics, inflated figures and photo-shopped bank accounts, and total lack of transparency. “Pierre” is a very convincing actor and he puts a nice international twist on things with his phony French accent. He was probably paid in Euros instead of US Dollars for his cheap performance. The rest of the actors are also in on it, and the worst part of it is the fake testimonial section which is packed full of image bank actors or just stolen pictures that were ripped off the internet without the owners consent. Here you can clearly see that Shawn Green is Stock Image actor selling himself under the title of “funny teenager laughs in park”. Richard Robinson’s image was stolen from Shutterstock where he is portrayed as an elderly Russian man smoking. Catherine Kelly is prominently displayed in Flymeango, a Czech booking site. Finally, Julia Rodriguez is just a face selling ads on a network.

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Limitless Profits Review
The Limitless Profits sales pitch describes how the Auto-trader will make millions for you if you only make a minimum deposit of at least $250. In fact, it is a very convincing video, and that is what makes it so effective and dangerous because exactly the opposite is true. It takes inferior positions intentionally and causes you to lose your money. Furthermore, it harps on your weaknesses and tries to lure you into a web of lies and deception that will leave you frustrated and penniless. So there is no need to decide if you want to trade 60 seconds or ladder, and your can forget about advanced candlestick analysis and market updates because these will not help you retrieve your stolen funds. To top it all off, this app scores zero on transparency and you will not be a part of the broker selection process which is probably one of the most important decisions you need to make when trading.

Fake Video Testimonials
The Famous George is really a Fiverr actor called banjoman15 and he will tell you he is the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia very convincingly if you pay him 5 measly US dollars. Oddly enough, the whole acting industry has been revived due to the growing trend of fake testimonials being used by binary options affiliate marketers.

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Fake Social Media Widget – Shame on You Cheaters!
If you look at the Facebook and Twitter feeds, you will see a striking resemblance to the Citidel LTD App and Altronix. In fact, it is the exact same feed using the same actors telling the same stupid sentence about how they profited.

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Similar Scams
These include but are not restricted to: Trade Tracker Pro, The Amissio Formula, Profits Unlimited, Millionaire Blueprint, Tauribot, Copy Buffet, Push Money App, The Free Money System, Binary Matrix Pro, Binary App 810, and Insured Profits with Dave and Ginny.

Signals, Auto-traders, Bots, and Trade Copiers
There is a myriad of offers out there offering you all the money in the world at the point of a click. Unfortunately the majority of these apps are junk software wrapped up to look professional. On the other hand of the spectrum, you have The Binary Profit Method, which is a simple yet unpolished solution that gets consistent results over time. Virtnext is our preferred Auto-Trader if you are looking for a trading bot.

Is it Free?
Of course it is, but you need to fund a trading account with one of the shady unregulated brokers they offer and that’s gonna cost you at least $250.

Verdict and Foreseen Conclusions
The Limitless Profits Software and App, managed by Roger Clifford is a most vile and disgusting binary options SCAM which is designed to steal your money. We are urging all our members to keep their distance from this criminal piece of software and seek alternative solutions. There is nothing genuine, honest, or sincere about this piece of garbage code besides the intent of the people behind it to elegantly fleece your wallet and send you on your merry way. If you have been cheated by this fake APP please let us know and we shall try to assist you in recovering your stolen funds. Don’t forget to join our Facebook Page and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

  • Lynn V.

    I first thought that this actor shouldn’t be called out on this scam but I’m wrong. He’s giving a fake testimony so he’s actually part of the scam too. It’s different if he was just explaining the website but to lie about earnings is just wrong

  • Chrissy

    Omg gosh did you look at this actors account on his site?! It says he’s a top seller and and he will create real looking testimonials. He’s done 1,000+ fake videos for people?!

    • Sam Myers

      Some people only see the dollar signs in front of them and don’t care that they are fooling people into a scam. He might not even realize he’s doing anything wrong. He might be blinded by it.

  • Terrance May

    Are the same people behind limitless profit the same people running Citidel LTD App and Altronix? It seems to be since the sites are similar and using the same videos. I just wonder how many people are behind these websites. It could just be a masterminds running many different sites.

  • Taylor H

    Become a millionaire in 30 days?! If it was this easy, everyone would be millionaires! There capture page just scares me for what comes next after giving your email address!

  • Sujoy Roy

    Oh I got alerts from scamer

  • David

    I don’t understand why the goverment or police or whoever doesn’t get more involved. It’s always the middle class people who get the worst treatment and we are the ones who are just trying to survive and live a comfortable lifestyle. My friend got caught with this scam just trying to find a way to make some extra cash to send their son to college. It’s such a shame!

  • Gina K Staggs

    I could not agree more with your assessment. The unfortunate thing for me is seeing the list of just how many scam artists (criminals) are out-there just waiting for the opportunity to take our hard-earned money. They want every dime of our commissionns, and bonuses, etc. on accounts that’s we have personally funded. It’s also disappointing that the FBI and/or other similar agencies with the responsibility of managing cybercrimes, to get those companies shut down along with the respective owners and operators going to prison as appropriate. Every asset along with the criminal’s bank account(s) should be confiscated and split fairly among those people who were scammed