Wall Street Focus Group Review, Dangerous SCAM Exposed!

Binary Scam Alerts » Binary Options Robots,Scam Reviews » Wall Street Focus Group Review, Dangerous SCAM Exposed!

Wall Street Focus Group Review, Dangerous SCAM Exposed!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Wall Street Focus Group AKA Cobra 5 trading software by David Lombardi is a malicious SCAM, and we have categorically blacklisted it in our fair an impartial review. Be warned and pay close attention, we have received information from a trusted source that a well-known network of unethical affiliate marketers have unleashed this new fraudulent trading robot. If you have received any form of SPAM email which was delivered to your inbox, please make sure to unsubscribe and never click on any link since we have complaints about spyware related to this fake app. If you have been exposed to additional customer acquisition methods such as annoying popups, fake reviews, and various forms of false advertising techniques make sure you don’t download anything. Make no mistake, this thieving, deceptive, and misleading app was designed with pure malice and with the sole intent of stealing your money and fleecing your wallet very quickly. If you honestly believe this system to be legit or genuine, don’t be surprised if you end up losing your money with no way to retrieve stolen funds. The only thing this robot will get you is a heavy dose of grief, anger, and frustration as this is the nature of the last flurry of grievances we received. Keep reading our factual review to see how we exposed these crooks and their dirty operation.

Quick Update: We have just received word that this software is installing Malware on Mobile Devices. Just tap to close the tab or window on your device to avoid getting infected.

Official Scam Website, Login Page and Members Area: http://www.wallstreetfocusgroup.com/lp.php

Proof of SCAM
The people behind the Wall Street Focus Group and Cobra 5 software are very sneaky and hired a group of professional actors which are definitely NOT from fiverr.com, but as they say the devil is in the details. So we dug in deep and found out that these con artists have resorted to using the same tactics which have become synonymous with the word SCAM.


Below you will see the fake logos indicating that Wall Street Focus Group and Cobra 5 is  the “2016 Winner for Product of the Year”. We have never heard of such a thing and it makes no sense. The logos and certificates are forged, nothing is guaranteed, and their product is sub-par at best and most likely rigged and set to take losses. Far worst, they are claiming their website is SSL secure to get you to trust them, but that is an outright lie and complete fabrication. In the small diagram with the arrow pointed to it we have illustrated how a secure website looks like and why these cheaters have been caught red handed spreading lies about their fake trading bot.


Wall Street Focus Group, Cobra 5 Software Review
The sales video start as David Lombardi presents himself as the “head project manager” for the Wall Street Focus Group. Immediately he says he is happy to introduce the Cobra 5 trading software, which he claims was developed by leading financial analysts. He then proceeds to say that he will provide you with a beta version for free so you can test it yourself. He boldly claims he is “associated with” the Emmy Award winning program House of Cards on Netflix. Then we get to see images of a Snickers bar and Pokemon where he claims he was the project manager and attempts attribute the success of the products to himself.

He states that his job was to offer the products to new testers in order to gain feedback, and this form of testing is known as a focus group. He then claims Nasdaq has turned to him to test their private proprietary software named Cobra 5 just before they release it to the public. According to Lombardi, this software is directly responsible for making millions of dollars for some of the country’s most wealthy elite and now you have a chance to get in on the action. He claims you can earn between $387-$791 a day in profits.

Then we are introduced to Jimmy Russo, a leading analyst who will explain what the Cobra 5 software does. He claims the software will not make you a millionaire overnight, but it will pave the road for you and allow you to achieve long term financial security. He says that making 5 or 10 thousand dollars daily is not something which is achievable with this trading app, because it takes a team of 5-10 people to make that kind of money.


Then the stage goes back to Lombardi as he begins to say that there are a lot of “underground scams” going around, but they are the real thing. Then Russo claims he had a 53% winning ratio “which in reality is a phenomenal result”. But then they adjusted the algorithms for traders trading less than $1,000 a day, and now they have an 84% win ratio. He claims you don’t need to look at fancy charts or check the statistics, you just press a few buttons and the winnings arrive on auto-pilot.

Then they proceed to the testimonial section where 3 different actors lie through their teeth and and tell their incredible rags-to-riches story about how Lombardi and Cobra 5 changed their lives.

In reality this is a very elaborate con job orchestrated by extremely clever affiliate marketers. They understand that hyped up claims, cheap and fake looking testimonials, inflated bank accounts, and scraped images may have a counter-effect and that is why they were very careful to make believable claims and used a very controlled and staged environment to shoot their videos. This only amplified the sound of our alarm bells, since we have also received countless complaints clearly indicating a pattern of deception.

“Finally, a 53% average ITM ratio in binary options means you are losing money since you have to make back your initial investment as well as any other bonus funds or previous money lost on other trades. So the person who has made this statement is either a fraud or clueless about trading options online (probably both).”

Is this Software Free?
Absolutely not, and that is another false claim. You will surely have to fork up at least $250 and fund a trading account with one of their recommended brokers (which may or may not be regulated).

Fake Reviews
It’s true, some website owners will actually take bribes and write favorable reviews for either fixed fees or commissions. So stay alert and make sure to do your due diligence before investing.

Other Viral Scams Trending
The ones you must avoid are Gemini 2, Millionaire Blueprint, and Profits Eternity.

Signals Versus Trading Robots
We are constantly asked to endorse new products, however the vast majority of these systems turn out to be fraudulent software set to take losing trades. Fortunately we a rigorous evaluation process and  have carefully selected only the best and most consistent money-making machines and these are proudly showcased in our recommended section.

recommended systems2

Review Summary and Conclusions
The Wall Street Focus Group AKA Cobra 5 trading software by David Lombardi is a BLACKLISTED SCAM. In our review we have presented the facts in a very clear and tangible manner, thus allowing you to make an informed decision about the true nature of this deceptive and misleading app. If you honestly believe this trading robot to be genuine or legit, get ready to have your wallet fleeced by unethical affiliate marketers and rogue offshore brokers. We believe this software was intentionally designed to steal your money, and this corresponds with the nature of the complaints our staff received. If you decide to invest despite all the evidence and proof we have produced, don’t ask us to assist you getting a refund because this pack of hyenas are in it for the money and will never return stolen funds. In light of all this documented proof we have provided, we are advising all our viewers and subscribers to seek alternative investment avenues. We can always be reached via our Facebook Group and YouTube Channel should you require additional information.

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 →
Tagged with: / /