Obviously Virtnext has a lot of money to spend to keep mouths shut and buy plenty of fake reviews stating that this really is the real thing. Of course it’s not, obviously if they have to pay for positive reviews they do nothing more than rob you of your hard earned money and give you unrealistic expectations. Not only will you not win, as I have read from numerous accounts, after you deposit your money, you may not even be able to log in again completely losing track of your money altogether. And contact? Ha! There will be no one on the other side to help you find your money again.
So, what is Virtnext?
This is the newest binary options software scam on the market today. They have tried to make their website look as genuine as possible but obviously they have a lot of money to spend if they even got Binary Watchdog (yes I’m calling you out because up until now you stood your ground and gave real information) to write a positive review and even place their confirmation stamp on their website! Seriously, as I said, a lot of money paid out for marketing.
This website offers high speed access to binary options and once you sign up for their “impressive” system, which may I, add looks EXACLY as all other scams do, you will instantly become a millionaire. They claim that you will be able to make $18,000 every week which as we all know is far from the truth. Obviously if something sounds too good to be true then it most likely is. If you simply scroll down to the bottom of the page you will notice that they do not even have the required by law disclaimer which usually gives it as it really is, a big no-no as far as I am concerned. But let’s take things one by one.
WHY is Virtnext a SCAM?
Aside from the NUMEROUS complaints by many individual that have lost every penny in less than 48 hours there are numerous tell signs from the moment you open the official website.
First you are greeted with the typical marketing/promotional video which can only be paused or played. The only good thing is that at least it’s linked from YouTube rather than placed direct in the website so you can go and skip right through different parts in hopes of getting some realistic information. Don’t waste your time, watched it numerous times and there is nothing substantial there.
If you insist on watching the video though, here are the links to the 3 different videos in the website:
2nd – (hidden away to the right next to the counter)
3rd – (once you enter your name and email)
If you have seen ONE of these types of videos in other websites you have seen ALL of them. Honestly, there is nothing new to learn or see here. They haven’t even invested in a decent video or actor. Usually at least in these videos they actually talk face to face with some of the actors doing testimonies and give you a tour of their make-believe mansion. Enough about that, I don’t think the video needs anymore discussion considering that it is so obvious that it’s nothing more than marketing and bad acting.
I have to note here that in my research of this website I have had it opened for nearly 2 hours, it wasn’t the end of the world and I still kept getting reminders that if I don’t act now I’ll lose my chance. There is no such thing. Counters like these are for first-timers that have no idea that these counters are on EVERY such website and mean absolutely nothing more than a way to put pressure on you and urge you to act fast, not think, and waste your money.
Continuing with the next part of the website about how simple and easy it is to lose your money. Well, of course they managed to skip several steps which include investing money, a minimum of 250 EUROS! Yes, that is expected with any binary options system, but with that said, I have yet to see a decent binary options system that requires a minimum.
Their Facebook testimonials were my favorite. This is mainly because I was able to completely confirm that this whole scheme with the live testimonials scrolling, the Facebook page, and in general, the whole idea with them putting this image there is COMPLETELY FAKE!
How do I know?? Well, let me tell you!
These are the only Virtnext Facebook pages I was able to find. First, nothing that looks anything like what is portrayed in the image, second no page that even comes CLOSE to the proclaimed 227,006 likes (yes I zoomed it and tried to find out more), and wait….their website is 24Option.com? Yup, the actual Facebook page that was used for this image and tweaked to look like its Virtnext is: https://www.facebook.com/24optioncom/
The Facebook pages I did find have at most 105 likes (of course all of this may change by the time you read this) and all three have been created in November, November 11th, 2015 being the oldest one.
You want to know what I found in these pages? Nothing but negative comments, questions about why there is no communication, people complaining that they’ve lost their money, and overall….disappointment. Take a look at some of them:
Interesting how in the whole 3 Facebook pages for this company I did not find any genuine positive comments. Anywhere. It is either comments from confused people that have yet to find out that they have been scammed or comments by outraged individuals that have come to the conclusion that they just threw their money to the wind.
Obviously the pages are created by affiliates of Virtnext in hopes to lure more people to invest and lose money.
As the images from the scrolling comments in the official website are cropped I had a hard time finding all of them in stock photo websites but once I found the one I realized that two people, David Lee and Luke Breeds is one person! You can buy them here. If I am not mistaken these are self-portraits of the photographer.
Then you come to:
Companies that trust virtnext for their investments
With all other legitimate websites you can click on each of the compay names where you can confirm that they are associated with this company, unfortunately, this image is not clickable and nothing more than a marketing scheme to lure you in.
So is the below image. If they really did receive any of these awards there would be a link leading to something that confirms this.
The only clickable image out of all of these is the Binary Options Watchdog badge which is nothing more than a complete shame as they have been good at doing honest reviews, up until now. Obviously, bought themselves a positive review with them which leads me to believe that Binary Options Watch Dog is compromised and no longer a trusted website since they are so easily bought. I tried to find articles in the rest but found nothing real.
Moving onto the CEO. Obviously the guy in the video is not the CEO as they clearly state in following articles that the CEO is Vincent Bollore who is an executive at Vivendi. He has nothing to do with this website or this scam and I am not sure if he is even aware that his name is used for it. I tried to find a connection between him and Virtnext that does not come FROM Virtnext but unfortunately there is none. Nowhere in his information, his profile, his history is there a sign that he is associated with this company. If he is, then obviously he is hiding it pretty well and that means a lot.
Finally, we reach the numerous news articles that they have posted in what they are saying about this company in the news. This all seems completely legit. The article images that scroll are super small but when clicked an image comes up, not a link to the article itself. So, are they legit?
I have taken the time and looked for news concerning Virtnext or even the CEO himself and found absolutely NOTHING concerning this company. These are just photoshopped images to further try and convince you that this really is a genuine company. If you don’t pay close attention you would complete miss this, especially considering that they are pushing you on time.
So, you have passed all of these clear signs that this is a SCAM and continue on and sign up, provide your contact information, and are ready to become a millionaire? Ok, but wait. Before you go on you have to use their pre-selected broker, TitanTrade and make an investment. The minimum investment is 250 Euro. Now, considering I refuse to provide my bank information to such scam artists I wasn’t able to confirm this, but I read numerous comments where once you try and deposit the 250 minimum you are notified that the minimum has gone up to 500 Euro. Not sure if this is true, if so please comment below so I can add it in here properly.
Stay away. Don’t fall for this scam! Before you give your card ANYWHERE do proper research. Don’t rely only on reviews as I think I have made it very clear that even long-trusted websites can be easily bought. Trust your instinct, check the facts, take your time….that timer will wait…TRUST ME!
So, yes…Virtnext IS A SCAM! If you don’t believe me, invest, and please come share your experience in the comments.
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