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.