Aaron Palmer ICE9 Technology Binary Options Signals Trading Software Scam
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Why Is ICE9 Technology A Binary Options Scam?
The so-called Aaron Palmer, the person in the video that is being used to market the bogus software, who claims he is the creator of ICE9 and the CEO, is a Freelance actor that was hired by the scammers to do the bogus video. There is no Aaron Palmer in Silicon Valley that owns the ICE9 Technology Software. Also, John Farraday and Steve Katz in the video are paid actors.
The ICE9 Technology website (www.ice9technology.com) is loaded with fake Facebook and Twitter comments of people claiming how great the fake software is. The scammers use the fake comments to convince potential victims into registering with their website.
Ice9 Technology is a big binary options scam designed purely to make users deposit money with a selected broker, which the scammers earn commission from. There are many other fake binary options software like ICE9, created by scammers to only generate commission from their victims’ deposits.
Online users, the best way to get to know Binary Options trading better is by using a demo account. With such an account, you can trade under real market conditions without risking your own money. There are a lot of websites on the internet which allow you to setup a demo account. Just search for “open demo binary options account.”
Do not buy programs online because the sales page promises you that you can make millions or get rich. In the first place, you should know that you would never make millions or get rich overnight through any program. Or else, we would all be millionaires. Secondly, you should know that not every program that promises or guarantees that you can make millions in little or no time should be trusted.
Here are some of the many websites that are promoting the bogus software, which online users should stay away from:
Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.
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