Published on June 2nd, 2016 | by John Kane1
The Oxford Method
The Oxford method is a recycled binary options product by a man with many aliases, this time going by Evan Wright. Evan tells us that most of his members fund their accounts with $300 and make from $800-$1000 daily. You know what I always say in binary options, if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
Today I’m going to provide a very short review about this failed software that is being recycled once again.
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The Oxford Method Review
The main issue I have with the Oxford method is the fact that I know it’s going to fail. How do I know this? Well, over the past 6 to 8 months Evan has released 10 to 15 products. Every single one of these products has failed miserably, losing people money and ignoring all email requests. If you’ve been in the binary options market during this period then you probably know exactly what I’m talking about. This developer is behind the maple method, kiwi method, brit method, canuck method and more. With each product Evan aims to attract traders based on their location, even though he selling the exact same piece of software that fails to produce results. I’m really surprised the traders even think about giving this sales pitch the time of day.
The Oxford method uses the exact same marketing tactics as all the other systems Evan’s released. There is a live third-party verified results section that’s not verified at all, and doesn’t even show asset prices so that we can’t analyze whether the trades are real. Then, there is the classic social network testimonials. Here we see traders claiming to have made over $800 in a single trade and others making over $2000 in the first 2 hours. Yet, if you go on Twitter and try to search for any of these tweets or the @Oxfordmethod account, none of them even exist. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that this product is nothing more than a get rich quick scheme.
I do not recommend the Oxford method or any other product being produced by this developer. With a 0% success rate and over 10 different products leaving nothing but disappointed customers there’s no way we can trust Evan Wright. I’m sure in a week from now there will be another product that looks exactly like this one and my recommendation is stay as far away from that product is possible.
I hope that this review inspires you to make an educated decision and follow my advice. This binary options software is clearly not looking out for anyone’s best interest. Please let me know what you believe by writing your reviews and comments under the article now. If you ever need help in binary options just click Ask John at the top of the page and shoot me an email.
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