Fast Cash Club Scam Review
Well, the weekend is upon us and I couldn’t leave without writing another scam review. This one promises to make traders 3 grand a day. But is Fast Cash Club a profitable system or just another scam? Read my Fast Cash Club Scam Review to find out the truth.
Fast Cash Club Scam Introductory Video
First of all, the voice over dude sounds almost satanic. Secondly, I didn’t like the fact that you can’t pause the video. I received a phone call midway through and had to watch it from the start again. I am also growing wary of videos that are simply slideshows. I tend to lose my focus during sales pitches without any “live actors.” Honestly, all of these scams are starting to feel like one of those infomercials you see on tv at 3am when you are deliriously tired (or maybe a bit intoxicated after a night out) and you end up ordering 30 commemorative china plates.
Fast Cash Club claims to earn traders at least 3,000 a day by tapping into the “Binary Cash Cloud.” Supposedly, according to the CEO of Fash Cash Club system, Aaron Martin, the Binary Cash Cloud encompasses 91% of the daily binary trades and generates almost 540 trillion dollars in binary trades a day. The term “Binary Cash Cloud” sounded a bit familiar so I googled the term and lo and behold, one of the first results was a review I wrote last August called “Aaron’s Profit Suite Review” and then another search turned up several reviews for a scam entitled “Auto Profit Suite Review” from June 2015, all under the name of Aaron Martin.
Couldn’t they at least change the name? I guess they don’t think that people will take the time to do a little detective work. Both of these previous scams claimed to earn 1 grand a day by tapping into this alleged “Binary Cash Cloud.” So a year later, Aaron Martin (or whoever he is) has upped the stakes to 3 grand a day. Interesting.
Aaron Martin says that he was a systems data analyst looking for ways to make money and was tired of all the get rich schemes making false promises. Funny, he’s doing the same thing now, with Fast Cash Club that he did last year with his two previous scams. He said he was envious of his brother Jake who was making a fortune trading binary options so the two of them joined forces and Aaron designed the Fash Cash Club system.
Fash Cash Club is guaranteed to earn traders at least 3 grand a day and over a million a year by tapping into the Binary Cash Cloud. Martin claims he is giving away 20 spots a day for 5 days and guess what, today is the last day so we better sign up now or we’ll miss out. (again,, this is a scare tactic.) He says after today, he will be releasing Fast Cash Club system to the general public and it will cost $997 USD to sign up and then $59 a month, but if we sign up today it’s free.
Of course, we all know by now that this is not true. No system is free. In order to begin trading with any binary options platform or broker you must make an initial deposit, normally around $250 so don’t be fooled by this.
Aaron Martin then promises us that his personal broker David Brooks will set up everything for us. He keeps throwing the name David Brooks out there so of course I had to do a google search. Can you guess what I am about to say? David Brooks doesn’t exist, nor does Aaron Martin, nor does Jake Martin. These are all made up names for Fast Cash Club scam. You would think that if these three men were as successful and wealthy as they claim to be that they would have social media profiles, on LinkedIn if nowhere else. But neither my team nor I could find any information whatsoever on either Jake or Aaron Martin or David Brooks. As I said before, the name Aaron Martin is tied with 2 previous scams from last year in which he claims to tap into the Binary Cash Cloud.
Martin claims that once we sign up (which will only take 87 seconds) we can earn 3 grand in just 5 minutes. Again, I must point out that while you can earn substantial profits trading binary options, that this amount is just ludicrous. No system can guarantee such high profits. Binary options trading, like every other form of investment, is a risk. There is no way that a system could have a 100% success rate and earn thousands of dollars in just minutes.
Martin claims that Fast Cash Club can read signals fractions of seconds before any other trading platform. Where have we heard this before? Pretty much every binary options scam site out there promises the same thing. Their system is faster, they have “secret” technology, and so forth. There is nothing new or special about Fast Cash Club. It is simply an updated version of “Aaron’s Profit Suite” from last year so don’t be fooled by empty promises.
Fast Cash Club Website
The website for Fast Cash Club is designed similar to that of every other scam site we have seen in the past…the video, some fake screenshots, phoney reviews, and the like. None of these checked out so they are obviously contrived. There is a customer service link at the bottom of the page but it is just a dead link so suffice it to say that they do not even have a customer service department.
Conclusion: Fast Cash Club = Fraud Cash Club
Folks, do yourself a favour and steer clear of Fast Cash Club scam. Aaron Martin is a proven con artist, based on his 2 scams from last year. Don’t waste your time with this one.
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