Scam websites which aim at stealing your money by promising you ways to get rich are a dime a dozen. In fact, more are coming up every day in the virtual world. We noticed a new website recently which seems to be yet another product from this line. However, just because something is new, we should not declare it as a scam outright. Thus, we decided to create this Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot review so as to look at this new website in depth and check out how true their claims really are.
However, we should mention at the very beginning that any website that claims to be able to employ bots do not sit well with us. The reason is very simple: bots do not work. No matter how good an algorithm may be, it simply cannot work better than a human; yet that is exactly what each fake website promises.
Like any other website that promises to make you rich instantly, this one also had a video featured. However, this actually acted more to their disadvantage than anything else and gave us the first real clue towards the Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot scam. Any website that runs multimillion dollar trades should be able to hire some decent website and promotional video designers. That is just a basic strategy to running a good website. However, 30 seconds into the video posted on this website, the video has a spelling mistake. In our books for the Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot review, this is simply idiotic. After all, spelling ‘received’ as ‘recieved’ is just a show of shoddy workmanship. It also goes on to show that these people did not really bother with hiring good content designers.
Why is this important, you ask? Well, most fake websites that we have reviewed over the years simply do not hire good designers because they know that eventually, they will go out of business in a few months. Spending money in such a venture adds up to the cost of maintenance with no way to get similar returns on the investment. Thus, they simply employ people who bid the lowest in return for a poor job done. If it was actually a renowned website, this kind of workmanship is never expected. Especially from a trading firm which should deal in huge sums of money, if they are to be believed. Another pointer in the video to the Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot scam was the commentator. The man claims to be John Burley from Chichester. We checked the reports from Chichester (which is actually publicly available) and found that there is no such man. We leave the conclusion to you.
There is even a counter attached on the web page, as we noted in our Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot review. It starts at 23, but within seconds it goes down to 5. All great, since they are trying to promote the fact that their website is in great demand. But the most interesting part is that the counter gets reset to 25 as soon as it reaches 5. This is yet another example of bad designing. The thing should keep on decreasing if it is trying to present a believable front. Not only that, note the badges that they show.
They may look impressive, but none of them are actually worth anything at all. Even “Best Trading Platform” badge that they present has no information on who conferred the award. As for the other 3 badges, they are distinct proof of the Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot scam since they do not even give a date, not to mention an affiliation. “100% Secured”? By whom, if we may ask? In the worst case scenario, you may not even be able to take any legal action since they have not stated that the website is secured.
We noted a statement just below this in the disclaimer in our Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot review which clearly stated that they cannot be prosecuted legally for anything they publish on the website. How convenient for them to have a get out of jail free card.
No real Information
All these people offer on how to get rich are 3 steps. These steps are so simple and in fact, so generic, that we are left to wonder how anyone could become rich by following them. Boiled down, they start at depositing the money in their system and then everything is taken care of. This is especially dangerous because if case anything goes wrong, you are left completely in the dark as you are not in control of your finances.
They even go on to state how you do not need any experience to operate the software they provide. You simply collect the profit that you are provided.
The best part? It is all free. Apparently, the people at the Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot scam are out to make you into a millionaire out of the goodness of their heart. If this is not suspicious, we do not know what is.
They go on to provide instances of people who have earned a lot of money from the website. As per their logo, we actually did not take their word for it. Instead, as a part of our Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot review, we decided to check up on the background of the people in the photos. Interestingly, none of the people whose photos have been shown are actual traders. All of them are actors. Not only that, there is nothing mentioned about any “Zak Norman” from the UK on any social website or even on Google. Pretty suspicious in our opinion since the whole platform is web based in the first place.
Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot Review – Final Thoughts
From a copied profits table which is nothing more than a mirror of profits from 1 year 3 months ago to the absolutely vague videos on the inner workings of the website, this is one trading platform that you do not want to invest in. The Trading Compass aka Sir William Bot scam is nothing more than yet another fake trading website which is designed to make you reveal your card details.
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