Edward Robinson Orion Code Binary Trading Software Scam

The Edward Robinson Orion Code trading software located at website: www.theorioncode.com, is another binary trading software scam. There is no such binary option trading software, and the people in the video on Edward Robinson's website are actors. Also, if you search the internet, you will not find a Edward Robinson that created a binary auto trading software called Orion Code, although he claims he was featured on Forbes. The scammers behind the fake software and website aims are to trick online users into signing up for binary options trading accounts with a broker and depositing a minimum of $250 into the accounts. The scammers then make commission every time those online users trade, whether they lose or earn money on their so-called investments, taking part in very risky binary options trading.

Edward Robinson Orion Code Binary Trading Software Scam

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  • September 17, 2017 at 9:02 PM by info

    The scammers are operating from the following website: hxxp://theorioncode.ltd.

  • January 4, 2017 at 5:25 PM by an anonymous user from: Coatesville, Pennsylvania, United States

    Edward Robinson is actually Jeffrey C. Gorham – Scum bag, shill, scammer, con artist, thief!

    4661 Wildwood St

    Lake Oswego, OR 97035

    home phone: 503-697-9502

    email : Jeffrey_Gorham@vfc.com

    work phone 503-697-9473

    Lives with Sarah J Knauss aka Sarah Jane K Lewis

    take this a-hole scammer thief to court -

    Call his boss VP Sales at VFC.com

  • October 25, 2016 at 7:24 AM by info

    Received via email:

    'Thank you for looking out for us! Got an email (will fwd to you later) from Orion/Ed Robinson, with message:

    "I have 4,324.00 or similar amount, I want to send to you, it's your money," click on link below. I did. Video theme: make thousnds, millions by becoming a member of his organization; he's made millions already and, as a philanthropist, wants to help people to become millionaires, easy, just by opening an accou nt for as little as $250; seeing results within hours; your account will have $5,000 to $10,000 that you can use immediately1"

    My comment: NO WAY.ideo continued on to the lavish home where he again, opens a laptop computer while repeating and promising to take 'his word' and a guarantee that you have nothing to lose.

    Sign up now, RIGHT NOW, as this offer is only open to twenty people, today, and may close at any time. We don't want to dilute our profits to an excess amount of clients." The video "show" of private jet, man in business suit giving a presentation of Orion One, repeats itself, his Company, operating as CEO (who does that?), "showing" again this luxury car, private jet, newly purchased building, no address/location (?), "showing" employees/programmers, etc., no signs of an existing, operating, staffed, equipment-filled office (?), basic bare walls, conference table and three or four young men (?), quickly went to another room, placed computer on a desk and continually repeated how much MONEY one could make within a matter of hours!

    Repetitive slide show of faces of people who 'cashed out' from $310.00 to $1350.00. Interviewed two men from UK and Austraila who gave same 'story' of making thousands using this binary software Orion 7 or 8.

    By this time with the constant appeal to 'submit the 'form' with your information - follow the next few steps, you are now a member' convinced me this was a SCAM. Hurry, do it now, other PRESSURE phrases said NO WAY can this be legitimate.

    So, today I looked Edward Robinson, Orion One on goggle and found this site. Thank GOD I did. How dare this man present himself as a philanthropist!"


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