Neutrino profit app is a new binary options system developed by James Taylor. According to the website the developers are looking for 20 partners that are looking to make $1000 today. As is often the case, this product is being promoted as an ongoing beta test which makes it risky and hard to trust.
Today I’ll be providing an in-depth review so that you know whether or not you can trust this software with your own binary options trading accounts.
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Neutrino Profit App Review
The neutrino profit app website is very similar with most binary options sales pages. There is a YouTube video full of unrealistic testimonials, an email subscription form and a real lack of verified proof. On the front page of the website James tells us that his software attacks the market with a 92% strike rate which guarantees earnings between $900-$1100 per day. I really don’t believe that James should be using the word guarantee whatsoever. They are very clear on the website that this is a beta test which means nothing is guaranteed because the software is still being tested. This means that there is a very high likelihood of glitches and major losses.
As I continue through the neutrino profit app website I can see that there is a verified member profits image. Here we can see an image of Simon Samuel from France who joined 2 days ago and is made over $13,000 in revenues. Sadly, there is no trading record or any way that we can verify these results. Right below this section is an area dedicated to testimonials from users of Facebook and twitter. So let’s see if these testimonials are real. The easiest way to do this is to go onto Facebook or Twitter and use the search function. In doing so we should be able to find these posts, but they aren’t there and they are even tweeting at a Twitter account that doesn’t even exist.
At this point in time I can’t recommend the neutrino profit app to any of the binary today readers. If James Taylor is able to provide us with fake testimonials then there’s nothing stopping them from providing us with fake results. I don’t see anything different about this binary options beta test than any of the other failed beta tests that came before it. Please let me know what you think about the software by leaving your comments below the article now. I hope this review helps you avoid making a mistake. If you ever have any questions about binary options you can click ask John at the top of the page and send me an email.