Software Review: BFT Option

Today I’m reviewing a new binary options trading software that’s promising the community a new auto trading technology that’s never been seen in this market before, BFT Option. With that being said, the website is one of the least professional I’ve seen to date, with stolen images spread sporadically on the sales page, and very little real information that gives us in-depth insight on the overall strategy and trading approach of the product.

It is unknown who the developers of this product are, but they claim that their headquarters are located at 1Oth floor. J1. Jenderal Sudirman Kav.31. Jakarta 12920, Indonesia. There is also a United States headquarters, which they tell us is located United Nations plaza 44th street between 1st and 2nd Avenues New York, NewYork. To get in touch with support, traders can call one of these 3 numbers, +6285782635982, +6281908421967 or +174772450849. There doesn’t seem to be an email address or contact form available.

BFT Option Review

The developers of BFT Option advertise it as “a premium trading software that finds all the best opportunities from the market for you to.” Yet, there is no information about how the software trades, and what type of methodologies it is utilizing to analyze the market. Instead, there are short explanations about the binary options market in general, ladder options, and a claim that many of their clients are winning up to 90% of their trades.

None of the information on the website is substantiated or proven with any real trading results or customer feedback.

Traders are expected to sign up with an investment plan and collect a fixed return on investment based on the size of the deposit. Considering that this is a binary options product, and they are discussing how the system wins 90% of its trades, it makes very little sense as to why they would be a fixed return on investment.

Binary options is trading, so there would never be a fixed return on investment. I’m starting to believe that the developers of this software, have little to no understanding of how binary options trading works, and this is a major concern moving forward.


  • Type: Binary Options Software
  • Price: Deposit $500-$5000
  • Winning Percentage: Up to 90%
  • Deposit: 5 Options
  • Support: +6285782635982

There is a lot of confusion when it comes to the BFT Option service. It’s originally advertised as a software, but other pages on the website advertise it as a broker, or some sort of a fixed investment plan.

In order to get involved, traders have to register with one of 5 different packages, classic, bronze, silver, gold or diamond. Depending on how much you deposit, you will qualify for one of these packages, and have a fixed return on investment of anywhere between 10 to 100%. The largest deposit of $5000 or above, provides traders with a 100% return on investment, while the smallest deposit of $500 provides traders with 10% return on investment. The amount of time it takes in order to provide that ROI is not provided by the developer.

This information should be provided, because it’s obviously important.

Trading Results

There are no trading results provided by the developers of BFT Option. They barely tell us how the software works, they don’t prove to us in any way that the software works, and there’s no client feedback about the system anywhere online. This combination of factors lead me to believe that this is certainly not a viable binary options trading program. Even a mediocre binary options software developer would at the very least attempt to fool the community with some fake testimonials, or handful of screenshots showing the software in action.

In this case, the developer gives us nothing to go on at all.


There’s really nothing about the BFT Option sales page, or reputation online that gives me any confidence whatsoever. I see no reason why anyone would sign up with this service considering the real lack of insight, and poorly put together website. The only reason I came across this website, is because they were spamming one of my Facebook pages, in an attempt to drop up clients. This is clearly the exact type of binary options system that you want to be avoiding. If there’s anything you would like to add to the review, please do so now.

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