TNT Trading Software Review, SCAM TNT Social App Exposed
TNT Trading Software Review, SCAM TNT Social App ExposedMay 7, 2017
The TNT Trading Software, fake Social App and Forex Robot by Greg Morris and Timothy Tibbits is a SCAM and in our fair and impartial review and investigation we will explain why we blacklisted it. Truth be said, this offer is very convincing which makes it that much more dangerous. The nature and severity of complaints we received immediately aroused our suspicions, and obviously we rose to the challenge and we able to produce conclusive proof and evidence of foul play. In effect, we revealed the real identity of Greg Morris and will expose him in the most transparent and factual manner. It goes without saying that there’s nothing legit or genuine about TNT Trading Software, and if for some reason you fell for this extremely deceptive and misleading scheme make sure you don’t reinvest and never agree to sign any documents. It seems a crafty group of affiliate marketers has decided to promote this offer and are engaged in heavy spamming activity. Make sure to avoid clicking on any links and try (if you can) to unsubscribe from receiving further communications. Keep reading to see who Greg Morris really is and how we were able to shed light and expose the real identity of these crooks.
Official Website, Login Page and Members Area: http://tnt-trading.co/lp.php
Proof of SCAM
In the image below you will see “Greg Morris” of the “Morris Law Firm” sitting next to Timothy Tibbits and saying that he is his attorney. I must say, adding the “business” section and trying to make it look more like news is very slimy and adds an additional layer of deception on what’s already a verified investment SCAM.
Here you will see the same Morris in a film debut with other B Movie actors. In real life he is an actor named Bob Olin and while he may seem a bit different with a beard, you will notice the same bone structure, receding hairline, and facial similarities.
If you needed more proof here it is. This screenshot is taken directly from the TNT Trading Software sales page. You can clearly see these profiles have fake statistics because the two first traders have a 999% profit (which is extremely illogical by itself), but even more so the success rate differs from 98.11% to 81.48% respectively. Now, you don’t have to be a math whiz to understand the numbers don’t add up and in effect what we are looking at here is a fraudulent trade copier or social trading app.
TNT Social Trading Software Review
The sales pitch starts off as Greg Morris introduces himself and his so-called client Timothy Tibbits, and then Tibbits immediately starts ranting about how he has used every system out there only to end up getting scammed and ripped off. Eventually we are guided into what is commonly referred to in sales terms as the benefit or what we stand to gain if and when signing up for this program. One has admit though, they are promising modest earnings of $200-$300 daily based on an initial investment of $250. So at least they are not telling you that you will turn into a millionaire overnight.
How Does the TNT Social Trading Software Work?
The presenter explains it as a software which monitors and analyzes market trends and conditions, and based on support and resistance patterns it is supposed to identify winning trades. It’s worth noting that support and resistance models are well-known so Tibbits is not introducing a novel concept, however as in real life things are not always as they seem and in order to really understand support and resistance strategies you would need to master the basics of Forex trading as well as understand other key elements such as money management, risk analysis, and spread trading.
Who Is Timothy Tibbits?
Tibbits is this owner and creator of the TNT Trading Software. He is a self-proclaimed avid day trader and supposed to be experienced since he was scammed and knows the ins and outs of online trading.
The facts are simple and there’s no room for confusion or misinterpretation. Morris and Tibbits are both paid actors, and they perform at the behest of the promoters who are pulling the strings behind the scenes. We don’t see the usual levels of hyped-up claims, fake testimonials, or inflated bank accounts here but it’s still a SCAM and the actors are spewing lies so you should avoid it or end up getting your wallet fleeced. The narrative is very believable for once and they did a good job hiding the truth, but our staff is just to savvy and we found out they were up to no good!
Is it Free?
Actually it’s not so get ready to fork up at least $250. This money will be deducted from your credit card by slimy Forex brokers you are not even aware you have registered with.
We did notice a few fake reviews that were published by so-called “ethical review sites”, but this is a travesty and they are getting bribed on the back end for referring customers.
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Review Summary and Conclusions
The TNT trading software, fake social app, and Forex auto-trader by Greg Morris and Timothy Tibbits is blacklisted SCAM. We have seen these types of schemes before and we are not impressed at all by the lack of performance, transparency levels, and overall customer trading experience. If you believe this app to be legit or genuine then you had best be prepared to have your money stolen by thieving offshore brokers who are conspiring against you with scheming affiliate marketers. If you have any doubts and still wish to “test the waters” and fund a trading account, don’t ask us to help you get a refund as these brokers are very professional scam artists. As always, we invite you to join our Facebook Page and YouTube channel.