Avoid binary trading as a big money maker
I have never been a fan of binary trading as a big payoff, in fact, I am down right leery of it. Most of the places that offer this as a money making tool have several problems. My rule of thumb was, if one didn’t have a lot of money to lose, don’t do it.
Last week, I watched a video that was supposed to give me the tools that were to make me a lot of money, very fast. I ran through my mind on how the money was to be spent, only to find out that my computer wouldn’t let me download the software. It was just as well because more than likely one had to have used a credit card eventually.
A lot of these fake money makers reel people in with promises of big cash payouts only if their system was used. Most of these programs either require at least a $250 investment to put into an account. The bad news was, that there were flaws in their program. Sometimes, like the host pointed out in the video,
This type of program will burn through one’s money real fast. It was important to know one’s risk before hitting the trade button. If one was smart, they would buy low and sell high.
The video pointed out that there was a fool proof way to make a lot of money, but when the timer reached zero, the offer expired. Any time someone wanted their potential buyers to ‘act fast’ weren’t true money makers. Before getting my new laptop, a lot of people that came before said they spent up to $59,000 before they found a system worked, but at time they were living on governmet funds in public housing and still unable to make it. The person on the video had a real nice house, one of at least three.
The biggest problem was that this person wasn’t required to sign any confidentiality agreemet looked he husband that also refused. The only difference was that he never came home. He divorced his wife to make her and her boys safe. On the tape she said the powers that be wished to keep this cash machine all for themselves. It sounded like these powerful people were greedy.
My problem was how was this person able to release this program to the public without getting hauled into the interrogation room at the police department for twelve hours? How did their bank information and cash stay solvent? How would I know my life won’t be threatened by a strange phone call or knock a the door? Either way, I am glad those questions won’t have to be answered.