With practically thousands of websites, such as Centument, that come out every single day, it happens so that all they claim to be able to turn you into a millionaire overnight. I was not really surprised to see another name added to the list. After all, the world wide web offers ample opportunities to these people, who prefer to hide from the authorities behind the veil of the virtual world.
In this review I am going to reveal the fraudulent origin of one particular binary options trading system – Centument robot. For more details, read the whole text below.
Centument: First Impressions
The first thing that greets you when you visit the robot’s landing page is a pop-up proclaiming that the “Revolutionary System” helps you earn a guaranteed $770 every day. Online trading is a risky business. Even the biggest players in the field cannot guarantee that they will end up with a profit at the end of the day. Yet, this online trading solution says they do. You can decide for yourself who you are going to believe to.
This Annoying spam is popping-out each time a visitor tries to escape the scam’s page….!!?!
Review Verdict: Centument Is a Scam
As soon as the website loads its content, an annoying video pops-up in the background, claiming the usual drivel about how the founder of the website (apparently a guy named Gerald Reed) is a highly successful trader. He has also left a lucrative job in order to endorse scamming people (I mean, ‘helping’ people). Haven’t we heard THIS story before?
Also, it seems you are one of the few people chosen to be offered a chance to become lucky in rapid temps. How nice! Simply refresh the page (you are asked not to: ignore, you will not miss anything) thus becoming one of the few chosen. In the video, Mr. Reed also claims to be living the American dream … with luxurious stuff. Yeah, we know how you converted to the illegal side.
Just next to the video, you will see an impressive line-up of companies which claim that Centument system is an awesome binary options trading platform. The names range from CNNMoney to Bloomberg. Very impressive, Mr. Reed! Except that these companies do not have any records of the same. In fact, quick online research shows no data of Mr. Reed at all. There is no Facebook profile, no Twitter account. Nothing. Why are you so scared of the social platforms, Mr. Reed? Scared of being caught?
No records of Partnership
These companies have nothing to do with Centument!!!
Reliable Testimonials – Maybe Elsewhere
A list of beautiful looking traders, all claiming to be big time players on Wall Street, agree that they highly benefited from the website, except for 1 small problem. Three of them are telling the same story on 3 different equally ‘reputable’ trading websites, attributing their success to Centument.
Even more interesting is the fact that Debera Hepburn (also Marissa on another scam website I reviewed before) had a profit of $295 on the very first day and then $377 in the first week. Either I am misunderstanding the graph or the fact remains that she made a profit of $82 in 6 days. Not exactly stellar for a platform which claims to have cracked the code for the economic flow of the global business model, is it? If a website has a turnover of 81% profit guaranteed, every time a trade is conducted, what kind of figures are these?
This Woman’s picture circulates in so many services providing sites, that the origin is nonrefundable!!!!
The R in Free is kind of silent. Obviously, you have to make a ‘small’ deposit to start trading on the platform. More like $250, but that’s nothing compared to the imaginary returns that you will never make. Also, the trading robot’s developers claim that they have made ‘special’ arrangements with Wall Street brokers. The term special, of course, means a private bank account which you will never hear from ever again. There is no breakdown of costs for the trading, no details on the firm to be used for transactions and not a word of how the software will work.
‘The Best Part’
Simply scroll down to see the minuscule User Disclaimer. Click on it to read the first line and you are going to see all the hidden facts, you actually need in order to make an objective judgement about this platform’s origin. This is a scam, and there is no argument against it. All you need is to click the X button and close the Centument’s landing page for good.
This should make you understand what the trading platform actually offers you – one big nothing.
There are a lot of legitimate trading platforms available that do not promise you absurd returns, neither will they turn you into a millionaire overnight, but they actually could educate you on how to trade and eventually accumulate profits by your own.
Review Verdict: Centument Is a Scam