Fake and Spamming Binary Trading Software Website www.2cheattheodds.com

Fake and Spamming Binary Trading Software Website www.2cheattheodds.com

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The website 'www.2cheattheodds.com' is a scam. If you are taken to it, please do not follow the instructions on it or send them your email address. After subscribing to their program by sending my email address, I kept getting spam every day with email messages (see below) attempting to trick me into sending my email address in order to use their so-called income generating software.

The website claims that they have created a binary trading software that you can use to make thousands of dollars. The narrator of the video said that he was able to hack the binary code with his Russian hacker and have already make more than half a million dollars already.

But, this is a only a trick to convince his victims to send their email addresses. He claim that he wants your email address in order to send you instructions, but why not put the information on the website for all to see since it is free. Now, do you see how clever these scammers are.

Bogus Email Message Received

How an "average joe" cheated the market LEGALLY (Worth a watch)

Andrew. J (Andrew.Jones14 @mail.com) 6:27 AM Newsletters

From: aojvs @getresponse.com on behalf of Andrew. J (Andrew.Jones14 @mail.com)

Microsoft SmartScreen marked this message as junk and we'll delete it after ten days.

Wait, it's safe!


==> http://clickbuzz.co/go/odds

An average joe explains how he cracked the code and legally cheated the market to make millions.

He explains it step-by-step for free.

You need to see how he does it

right now...it's incredible.


==> http://clickbuzz.co/go/odds



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