The Ethereum Code Scam Review

Hi my name is Paul from Sit On My Bits, and this is a review on a new trading software called The Ethereum Code.

Website

First impressions of the website it doesn’t look to bad, if I’m honest, the Ethereum Code Logo looks good there doesn’t seem to be anything to scammy upon first impressions. I don’t however like that it says “100% FREE ACCESS TO THE ETHEREUM BOT” as most platforms are free, you just have to fund your account but the fact they are highlighting the fact it is free starts alarm bells. As I scroll down the Ethereum Code Page there isn’t all the tell-tale signs of a scam site, banners flashing up and boxes telling you that there are only 2 spaces left to join this life changing software all of those scam tack ticks we have seen so many times before. However as I scroll down a little bit further there are some testimonials from people that have tried and tested the software. But after a little bit of sleuthing I find that they are in fact stock images, images that that can be purchased from websites like shutterstock.com where you can get various images of models posing to be a normal person, office worker, man on street, woman at desk. Pretty much whatever you may need for your advertising needs. This has now seriously rang alarm bells as these images are so often used on scam software sites to pretend that they are normal people like you and me using the software and hence give (credibility to the software). Anyway before I am too harsh and call the Ethereum Code out as a scam, let’s have a look at the video on the website.

The Video

The video starts off with a view of a nice swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers, there is some cheesy music playing then the voice narrator begins. With “luxury holidays, have you ever wondered how the wealth secure this kind of like style” this worries me as they are straight away dangling the carrot which is common with scam software sites, rather than tell you what the software is all about and how it works. Any genuine trading software tells you how it works rather than try to hook you in telling you that you will make thousands, it’s starting to look very scammy. The video carries on all the time telling you how a 9 to 5 job isn’t going to make you rich and how most people rely on credit and loans to get by day to day. I find this a little bit patronising as most people that will find this site are probably a bit vulnerable and need money, but you can feel how this is all building up to the big hook. As the video goes on and after telling you that the banks are pretty much holding you back it then says that they can offer you a way to make $3,000 every day. So clever really after going on about loans and being held back that most people can relate to that, then they offer you the breath of fresh air you need. Not long after there are some video testimonials of people that have used the Ethereum Code software and after just a few clicks it has changed their life, but guess what people thay are all actors from fiverr.com. Fiverr.com is a website where you can pay for a wannabe actor to say whatever you want for $5. Next up the CEO and Founder introduces himself as Mark Weston (who has been narrating over the video) and you see an image on the screen but guess what again he isn’t Mark Weston CEO of The Ethereum Code it is just another stock image.

The video goes on to tell a story about someone who has a secret trading formula that will teach you how to make millions trading with The Ethereum Code software. They are clever as they say that there are a lot of software’s out there designed to make you lose, to put you off the scent as that is exactly what they are about to do to you. So again more lies and deceit, at this point I think I have seen enough to know that this is a scam.

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Summary Scam on not : Scam

In my opinion this is most defiantly a SCAM SCAM and SCAM again, however they have been clever with this one. The home page looks quite good and its not until you watch the video that you realise that it is a scam. Also they are very clever how they say about being scammed by software’s that make you lose, to try and give them credibility. But after seeing testimonials that are actors, and a CEO that is a stock image all with a cheesey voice over plus the fact they don’t really tell you how the software works. It’s all about signing up and not missing out on being a beta tester for them as there are only limited spaces left. This is just a blatant scam to get their hands on your hard earned cash beware.

Trade Safe people.

ETH Millionaire Scam Review

Hi my name is Paul from Sit On My Bits, and this is a review on a new trading software called ETH Millionaire.

Website

Straight away upon looking at the ETH Millionaire website. The first thing I notice is under the WELCOME TO ETH MILLIONAIRE at the top of the homepage it reads ¨Make massive profits with no more than a few clicks per day.¨ This to me screams out scam, it is common with a scam site to dangle the carrot as they say,and offer you tempting things to lure you In but you have to ask yourself why are they so desperate?

 Before they have told me anything about the software and what it does, they are telling me that I’m going to make massive profits. It is just a scammy tactic to hook you in and get you interested. Everyone likes the thought of making lots of money and doing nothing so that is what the pry on. Beneath that there is the video, we will come to that in a minute. But another thing I notice either side of the video box are two more common scammy tactics, which again I have seen in numerous scam sites before. That is two small boxes one which says ¨Number 5 of 27 limited spaces¨ and then another on the other side that says ¨0:00 registration count down.¨

 Now both of these are there to create a sense of urgency, so you think that there are only a limited amount of spaces left and that the countdown is over so you might miss out of this life changing opportunity. Again these are common with the scammers, this is just another way to try and hook you in. If you go to the top and refresh the page it will go back to the start and start counting down again it is all fake!

The Video

The video starts off straight away telling you that this software will make you wealthier than your wildest dreams. It will open up a passive income, so you can live the life you want and give your families the opportunities they deserve.  Again a subtle hook there to make you think you are not giving your family the best you can.  

All the time there are photos popping up of sports cars and exotic locations, while it is telling you how your life will change and how you will be able to afford luxurious toys and exotic holidays. After a few minutes of this some people appear who have tried the software and had good results. But guess what they are paid actors. Yes more scammy tell-tale signs like we have seen so many times before. Paid actors telling you they have made millions using the ETH Millionaire software.

 At this point I had seen enough, I have reviewed enough scam software to know when it is a blatant scam. A bit further down on the website there are some more testimonials this time written ones, but again they are all fake. But this time instead of paid actors there are stock images, images that are models posing as normal people that you can purchase for advertising needs, so again fake.

Summary Scam on not :Scam

In my opinion the ETH Millionaire is a blatant scam it has all the usual scammy tell-tale signs from the outset.  From the hooks there to make you feel you have to act fast so you don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity. To the video with images of sports cars and holidays, to the paid actors.

 The ETH Millionaire is just a cheaply made scam designed to take your hard earned cash, and make you think you are investing in a genuine trading software. Any genuine trading software will normally tell you about how it works rather that a lot of fake promises. So if you see something offering you lots of money for doing nothing and it looks too good to be true it normally is.

Trade Safe people.

Crypto Wealth Scam Review

Hi I’m Paul from Sit on My Bits, and this is a review of a new trading software called Crypto Wealth.

First Impressions

First Impressions upon looking at the Crypto wealth home page, is that it looks a bit scammy. Before I have even watched the video the home page is screaming out scam. At the top the first thing you see is “How did 753 regular people from UIK make $1,950,787 with this bitcoin software” to me that is blatant dangling of the carrot to hook you in. It makes you thing regular people like you can make vast amounts with this software. Also to the side of this it reads “START MAKING HUGE PROFITS FROM THE CRYPTO CURRENCY MARKETS 26 FEBUARY MEMBERS PROFITS $77,417”and the amount is growing by the second, so another scammy tack tick to hook you in. You have to ask yourself why they are so desperate to give you money. It is the same old system we have seen time and time again that makes you think that you will be getting something for nothing. Making huge profit easily.

The Video

Before I have even watched the video that is about to tell us we are all going to be a millionaire, I recognize the guy in the video. I have seen his face before on another similar site that again was leading you to believe that it would make you rich and change your life. After a bit of sleuthing I found not only the previous scam software but also the actor’s agent profile.

Super CryptoWealth Man

Paid actors

The actor is a fellow called Spencer Conway,who has been in numerous films and TV shows including The Capped Crusader Superman. now at this point please let me be clear he is a paid actor, he just turns up pretends to be someone else and delivers his lines. I in no way hold him responsible in any way for the scamming, he is just doing his job as an actor.  Sometimes actors can go long periods without work, so any work is a bonus. It is the people that develop these scammy sites.

Acting Resume

The same actor was also used for another scam software called 7 figures monthly.

These sites are made up quickly there is normally a short video with an actor pretending to be a millionaire and that he only has a few spaces available and then there are normally a couple more actors from fiverr.com that pretend to be testimonials of users that have made big profits using the software. As the video goes on the actor says that he is called Max Carney and he is going to help you make a fortune with this software making $450 an hour doing nothing.

The Actor on previous roles.

Later on a woman appears that is also an actor from previous scam videos. After listening to how much I was going to make and how it would be imaginable wealth all made in a short amount of time doing nothing and of course huge bank balances flashing up on screen I decided to stop watching, it is all nonsense.

Under the video is a huge flag and it reads above how people in your country are profiting, this is a common clever way to make you feel you are missing out. There is an algorithm that picks up on your IP address and will then will not only show your country’s flag but it will also say ”Members in your Country (UK, GERMANY, Africa, India etc) are profiting.

Common Scam Tactics

As you scroll down the site further it starts to tell you how safe and secure the software is with its 100% security score and how 9 out of 10 financial experts agree that Crypto wealth is the safest profit generating software of our time this of course is all BS these are all common scammy tactics like medals and badges that proclaim how secure and professional the software is, but these are all fake.  I have seen it so many times on previous scam software sites. There are also some testimonials in including  Floyd Mayweather and Jamie Dimon, but again these are clever tactics to make you think that if they are involved it must be genuine. There are also some testimonials from alleged users that are of course all doing summersaults about how fantastic the software is, but again after a bit of sleuthing I found these out to all be stolen stock images that they are pretending to be part of their users from around the world.

Stock images pretending to be user Testimonials

Summary SCAM or Not

Without a doubt Crypto Wealth System is a complete SCAM, It has all the old telltale signs and scammy hooks the scammers use to cleverly lure you in. From statements telling you that you can make money doing absolutely nothing, the algorithms to cleverly picking up on the country you are in make you think you are missing out and then of course the scammy video with paid actors telling you that with this system you will make unimaginable wealth all just screams out scam. Avoid like Coronavirus.

If you are looking to trade online do your own research, there are a lot of scam sites out there that proclaim that the will make you rich but it is all a con to get their hands on your hard earned cash. The software either is designed to make you lose or doesn’t even work at all, so be careful and get a reputable trading platform that has good reviews. Trade safe people.