Binary meta bot is a new binary options software by Sir Roger Thorne. This is the same developer of the binary app 810 which turned out to be an unsuccessful system. Instead of being Roger Thorne for that launch his name was actually John Callahan.
Today I’ll be providing a full review and letting you know if you can trust someone who changes his name to promote different systems.
Binary Meta Bot Review
I’m very skeptical about the binary meta bot system because the website is full of shady business practices. One of the first things I noticed on the website is that the bottom of the page there’s a handful of pictures with Roger Thorne in them. In these pictures we also see prominent figures like Bill Gates and Russell Branson. I decided to take one of these images and drop them into Google, much to my disappointment I found every single one of these images and none of them had Roger Thorne in them. It looks like the developer of the software took the original images and superimposed Roger’s head in Photoshop. This is unprofessional and really quite odd.
The binary meta bot website itself consists of many different testimonials but I have a very hard time believing any of them considering the shady approaches developers taking. Roger tells us that he’s an Oxford graduate with over 30 years of experience in the markets but just 2 months ago he told us his name was John. It doesn’t take much, but when looking for a real investment it is important that trust is the foundation and in this case I cannot trust this developer to move forward.
I do not recommend binary meta bot to the binary today readers. This developer does some very strange things and has lost my trust. I never invest in developers can’t be trusted and have obvious lies on their sales pages. If you something you would like to contribute to this review please leave your questions below the article now. I’ll include both the pictures I discussed above so you can see that the person in the photos is not Roger Thorne. Thanks for coming to binary today you ever need any help the binary options market please send me a personal email by clicking Ask John.