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Binary Compound System Review – Scam or Legit?

Binary Compound System Review – Scam or Legit?

VISIT THE SITE: binary-compound-system.com


Is the Binary Compound System binary options auto-trading software a scam, or is it legit? Binary Compound System, or BCS for short, was invented by Harold Crowells, an investment banker who gained access to some of the most profitable portfolios in the US as he moved up the ladder, and learned a thing or two from them. Harold claims that his software can net you a few thousand a day – after some digging around on the page, this transpires to between $2,000 and $12,000 a week.


Speaking of which, BCS’s site is certainly one of the most well designed pages (of this type, that is) out there – I’d actually go as far as to say that I quite like it. It steers clear of several of my pet peeves; instead of being asked for your email after every paragraph, BCS opts for a single form that follows you on the left hand side as you scroll. There are testimonials, but not a whiff of social media in sight, though it is worth noting that these don’t quite line up with the thousands a day promised previously – one chap has made just $1,300 in three weeks. There is still a pop-up, though – you can’t have everything.


If you didn’t actually watch the video, you could be forgiven for being fooled by BCS. Hell, even if you watched it, you could. It won’t exactly be winning awards at the Cannes Film Festival, but it’s not too shabby by comparison to its competition, either. However, looking more closely reveals a few loose threads to pick at. We start with the “Are you tired of being poor?” speech, then we move onto the backstory, then the “We’re not like all those scams” speech complete with fairly weak justification (the “Magnetic Effect Method”, as Harold calls it), the paid actor endorsements, one of whom I recognised by his Aussie accent from a different auto-trader’s pitch, and finally, the “See you inside” line to finish.


It’s just so generic – it follows the formula to which these videos seem to adhere, give or take, to the letter. I could almost say the words with him. Not to say that it’s poorly done; like I said, it’s a cut above most of them. That’s perhaps what makes BCS so dangerous. The odds are that most of the people who stumble across it will only have seen this one video, and therefore won’t immediately pick up on the recycled actors and familiar format as I did.


Coupled with the unexpectedly professional look that the site has, it’s easy to imagine that a fair few people have already been convinced to hand over their emails. But don’t let a pretty face fool you. BCS is no different to any other scam site, regardless of what Harold may tell you.


If you are looking for trustworthy and profitable software, then take a look at Traders Revenge or the OptionRobot; both with over 80% ITM trades. Our current favourite piece of software is TrendXpert; this is a trend indicator for manual trading which also offers live training. All of these have proven to be profitable for us.

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