Orion Code Review, Malicious Orion SCAM Exposed

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Orion Code Review, Malicious Orion SCAM Exposed

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Orion Code Software by Edward Robinson is a plagiarized and BLACKLISTED SCAM! After reading our honest and impartial review your jaw will literally drop and hit the ground, because these crooks spent a fortune on a costly production but the casting, selection of actors, and scripts are all plagiarized and copied from older scams, specifically the Quantum Code and Amissio Formula apps and auto-traders. But now we have a special treat for our viewers and subscribers. We have uncovered the “smoking gun” and real identity of Robinson and we will expose him in our review in the most transparent and revealing way. We believe this dangerous band of outlaws have completely forgotten the concepts of integrity and ethical business practices, and instead have chosen to deliberately deceive and mislead innocent day traders who are simply trying to make an honest buck online. Keep reading to see how our investigation revealed the facts about this malicious financial scam and why the complaints keep mounting.

Official SCAM Website and Login Page: http://theorioncode.com/access.php

Proof of SCAM
Edward Robinson is really Jeff Gorham! We found his bio in the Profile Theatre where his picture is prominently displayed. We have also found out that he is a member of the executive board at various cultural institutions such as theaters and community centers which puts him on a whole different level. This is not some cheap Fiverr.com actor, he has played leading roles in movies like Sandy Boulevard, and Pogtown so this means we are dealing with a very high-end and expensive production (which makes it that much more believable and dangerous).


Again, our grievances are not with him, rather the affiliate marketers and brokers pulling the strings behind the scene and causing much grief and misery for countless day traders that have been tricked and deceived by this dubious app. Our staff of researchers have a background in investigative journalism, so we were able to compile some background information about this actor as well as some other things like his personal Facebook Account and phone number as well as home address which we will obviously not expose as this is a violation of privacy and we can be sued for that.


As if you needed additional proof, here he is running through a well rehearsed sales script for an older scam named the Amissio Formula. At the time Amissio was responsible for cleaning out thousands of bank accounts and devastating hundreds of families and households that were already financially vulnerable and as a result of that scheme their situation deteriorated even further causing families to break up and banks to foreclose.
orion1And here’s the final nail in the coffin, as the image below represents what we call “the lowest of the low”. These scammers just didn’t have the time or inclination to write a proper script, so they just plagiarized or copied the Quantum Code. Now this is what our staff could not figure out, why spend so much money on a high-end production but copy the script from an existing system (regardless if its legit or bogus). We are still trying to solve this riddle, and when we get insights into this we will surely update this unique article.
orion2 Orion Code Software Review
When the Orion Code sales video starts, we are introduced to a man called Edward Robinson who claims to have been featured in “Forbes as well as other financial magazines”. He also claims he is referred to as “the Wall Street Wizard, Millionaire Trader, and the nicest rich guy in the world”. If all of this is starting to sound too familiar, its with good reason. He says he loves money and very good at making it, he claims the airplane in the video is his own private jet. He claims he is not the average jerk Millionaire, but contrarily a well-known philanthropist. Then he dives directly into the sales pitch and says “you can make as much as $10,000 a day for free”.


As the jet takes off to the Orion Code headquarters Robinson says he will show us how others have made millions using his super-fast software. He says its the only 100% guaranteed way to make profits forever. There are no losses and the money keeps coming in forever. He says they never lose because their system is faster than anyone else’s so they are always one step ahead of any other person or machine placing a trade on the markets. He says he wasn’t always rich, and he had to struggle to make it through the years. He says that he “took care” of the portfolios of some of the richest people in the world and made them money through HFT (High Frequency Trading).

He states that he developed the NQS technology, which means “Near Orion Speed”. Their “developer” says that software works by analyzing other people’s or institution’s trades and then executes those trades faster. This is referred to as leverage or “loophole” which allows them to do the calculations faster. Now he is looking for new beta testers to start using his system, but time is limited and if you don’t act fast those spots will be taken by someone else.

In reality, the software is rigged and set to take losing trades. The people who are really making the money are the promoters and less-than-scrupulous affiliate marketers referring traders, as well as the brokers who always try to grab a bigger piece of the pie by enticing traders to re-invest. This cheap script is copied and full of inconsistencies, half-truths, and outright lies. The sales video is packed full of hyped up claims, it freely exhibits inflated bank accounts, uses stolen image bank photos, and of course fake testimonials are used to lend this scheme a false sense of legitimacy.

Is Orion Code Free of Charge?
Not really no, it’s gonna cost you at least $250 to fund a trading account and that money will be charged to your credit card by the broker THEY have chosen for you.

I Read Some Good Things About Orion, What’s That About?
There are many website owners and industry leading portals which have chosen to endorse this fake app. This is because they are getting paid to write a positive review and have no dilemmas or qualms about doing so. Eventually they will pay the price as viewers will simply stop being loyal and move on.

Similar Viral Scams to Avoid
Unlike SnapCash Binary, the ones that are topping the complaint boards now are Gemini 2, Dubai Lifestyle App, and Brooks Blueprint.

Signals Versus Auto-traders
Some of you have asked us if we recommend manual signals or automated solutions. The truth is that it does not really matter anymore. If you simply check out our recommended section you will find all app types and our recommendations.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The Orion Code Software by Edward Robinson is a SCAM and we had to BLACKLIST it in our in-depth and unbiased review. The software is promoted by crafty affiliate marketers and will steal your money since it’s rigged and set to execute losing trades. The money is then split between the affiliates and the rogue brokers who accept the credit card transactions. If you believed the Orion code app was a legit and genuine app before reading our review, we are sure you will now understand how dangerous it can be. In light of all the evidence our staff has collected, we are advising all our subscribers and readers to seek alternative investing channels as fast as possible. Please join our  Facebook Page and YouTube channel to get informed!

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  • Nicky Smith

    I thought this actor would be a little smarter than these fiver actors and not do the same videos over and over. He’s going to ruin his career along with these scammers.

    • Hi Nicky.
      Edward Robinson is an actor hired by a group of crafty affiliate marketers. They are consumed by greed and care nothing about the welfare of their viewers and potential customers. This in depth review has shed light on their dirty operation and now we all know its a huge scam.

  • Jacob

    Have people been able to get there money back from these people?

    • Hi Jacob, actually no. Orion Code is a Huge scam and getting a refund will be very difficult. We have had complaints about withdrawals from a variety of customers and they are all saying it’s practically impossible to cash out winnings. This is especially true if you signed the broker’s forms, so don’t sign anything, and if you are not sure send it to us for a brief consultation and we will save you a lot of grief and aggravation in the future.

      • Michael

        I was referred by orion to a broker, Binaryonline, who charged €250 to my bank account. Also another trading outfit, with whom I had no dealings, PlusOptions, also charged me another €250 without authorization from me.
        What are my chances of getting anything back and what is the best way to go about it?

        • Hi Michael,
          This very much depends if you signed anything or accepted a bonus. Are you documenting your communications with them?

  • Nicolejackson00

    They make you sign a brokers form too? I don’t like to sign anything, but that just proves it’s not just some software that you are purchasing.

  • David

    They have even called me and request i pay a certain $250 with my master card, Although i always know its a scam….

    • Tell them you don’t have any money – eventually it will stop.

  • Paul

    I entered my name and phone number and then continued to watch the video while searching the internet and found your site. The phone literally rang 5 seconds later and it was them asking for $250. I told them no thanks.

    • Nice move Paul. Orion code is a huge scam. Did you get an email invite or was it a popup?

  • Hi Buster,

    Nice catch, here are the ones we endorse: https://www.binaryscamalerts.com/best-signals-automated-trading-software/

  • Hi Mark, don’t do that please. These are just paid actors and we are after the financiers and promoters behind the schemes. Please don’t contact actors thanks. Pat

  • They want to get more out of you – best to just leave it and find another system.

  • Daniel

    I thank you guys for this reveiw I’ve been getting e-mails from Quantum Code,Orion Code, and from Gemini 2 and so far I’ve seen your status on all 3 and no bad remarks about Quantum Code I hope the consideration of said binary trader is still a legit thing as I am highly interested in doing the Quantum Code and starting a trading account so with your statement on the Orion Code I’m glad I searched if it was legit or a scam thank you very very much with this and your help

  • Hi Thomas, how can I help?

  • Hi Kim,
    This is very important – which broker was this and did you sign anything?

  • Hi Marylin, most people don’t do the research so they get scammed

  • Just ignore the emails and move on

  • Karin White

    Oh dear, I’ve been scammed out of $250 also from Orion Code.
    Yes it did look very ligit. What made me suspicious tho was right after I paid for their Orion Code which they said was free but you were paying for trader assistance, I got messages from various traders pressuring me to pay them $250 to be my personal coach & the money would be start up account for initial trading.
    I said NO to each one (about 4 of them) & said I needed time to think about it.
    Since then, over the last 2 months, I’ve received daily calls from overseas (UK?). Sometimes up to 4 calls per day, morning & night. I don’t answer the calls tho.
    I haven’t tried to get my money back as yet, even tho I certainly can’t afford to lose it, but once you realise it’s a scam & you’ve been done, you know they aren’t going to refund. Only a legit company might do that.
    Anyway, I learnt a valuable lesson. Don’t gamble as such with money you really can’t afford to Lose!