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Electoral Profits Review – Scam or Legit?

Electoral Profits Review – Scam or Legit?


VISIT THE SITE: electoralprofits.com

Is the Electoral Profits binary options auto-trading software a scam, or is it legit? Well, we’ve seen traders capitalise on the disaster that is the UK’s attempts to leave the EU, so I’m not the least bit surprised to see that, as the name suggests, Electoral Profits is trying to cash in on another major political event – the US Presidential election. The app’s supposed founder, Daniel Walters, claims that his software can help you profit from the reason I’m sure most of America hasn’t slept for months, regardless of the outcome.


First, let’s look at their site. Electoral Profits’ website behaves rather oddly – initially, all you are shown is an intro video and a form for your email. That’s it. The video is about fifteen minutes long, and is filled with the usual spiel, “I’m not asking for your money” and “It’s virtually risk-free!”, with only a fleeting mention of the event after which the software is named or how it is actually important to how the software works. There’s a particularly tasteless line in there as part of Daniel’s sob story about his best friend’s daughter dying because of people dipping into hospital funds for their own purposes – I mean, really? Dead children are now a perfectly ethical marketing ploy, are they?


What’s odd, though, is that after attempting to leave the page not once, not twice, but three flaming times, each of these met with a different redirect page, as if they actually planned for someone to not simply close their browser window after the first try, you get sent to the so-called “Members’ Area”, presumably in the same manner as if you had actually submitted your email.


This probably isn’t by design, but given that the previous two refreshes were seemingly planned for, it’s hard to say what’s going on. This portion of Electoral Profits has all of the information that many show you to begin with; the “live results”, the “testimonials”, the “FAQ”. It would probably make more sense to lead with this, frankly – were I unaware of what I was doing, this page seems more likely to convince me to hand over my details than the initial landing page.


The other thing about Electoral Profits is that they’re about as willing to tell you in black and white how much you can expect to make as Donald Trump is willing to release his tax returns. Right at the foot of the FAQ they tell you in little tiny words that the average income is $10,000 a day, but not before throwing around $2,000, $4,000, $6,000, $7,500, and the biggest cop-out ever, “500% daily returns”. All in all, giving Electoral Profits any of your information makes about as much sense as voting for a third-party candidate because you “can’t decide who’s worse”.


If you are looking for trustworthy and profitable software, then take a look at OptionBot 3.0 or Methodox; 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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