The Conservative Investor Scam Review

The Conservative Investor Scam Review. Welcome to our in depth review of The Conservative Investor scam. This scam is already reeking havoc and stealing from hard working people. There is nothing legitimate or honest about The Conservative Investor and in this review we will show you the evidence we uncovered! Please keep reading this review before investing, and count yourself lucky for finding it in time!

The Conservative Investor

3/5

RATING

UNREGULATED

$250

MINIMUM DEPOSIT

DESCRIPTION: The Conservative Investor scam, courtesy of Fiverr actor, “Ben Ivy” has just landed in our email box. Scams like these tend to start with heavy email marketing, so whenever we see a new scam in our email with promises of “millions of dollars a year” we are off to the battlefield…

ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Scam Review
Yes
Min Deposit
$250
Fake Spokesman
Laura Peterson
Fake Claims
Yes

Is The Conservative Investor a Scam or Legit?

The Conservative Investor scam, courtesy of Fiverr actor, “Ben Ivy” has just landed in our email box. Scams like these tend to start with heavy email marketing, so whenever we see a new scam in our email with promises of “millions of dollars a year” we are off to the battlefield. Just what is The Conservative Investor? To find out the answer to this question you must listen to the promotional video from the Fiverr actor, “Ben Ivy”. Ben Ivy tells us an incredibly detailed fictional story about how he was a doctor working in a prestigious hospital when he had a chance meeting with a mob boss billionaire who had just had a stroke. During their three year friendship, Ben Ivy made quite an impression on the mob boss, who upon his untimely death, left a zip drive for him. The zip drive contained the secrets to the most lucrative trading secret ever discovered.

If this fictional story sounds a little too crazy to be true, that’s because it is. Ben Ivy, the grandfatherly doctor from The Conservative Investor, is nothing but an actor you or I can easily hire on Fiverr.com to lie for you. He has previously worked with 4 scams that we’ve already reviewed in the past, and we doubt this will be his last. His story of being a doctor who discovered the secret to making millions off of binary options is completely fraudulent. There is not one shred of proof to it. This should be the only reason you need to skip past this scam without giving it a second thought, but unfortunately a lot of people will invest with it anyways, and lose everything. This actor claims you will make your first million dollars after just two months of trading on auto pilot. Sadly, the only thing you’ll be making is your excuse to your family and friends to explain why you have failed once more in your quest to “get rich quick”.

Here is “Ben Ivy” on Fiverr.com selling his lies!

The Conservative Investor Scam Review

The Conservative Investor Scam Review

The Conservative Investor scam is a true example of the power of a lie. One smallish lie can convince hundreds of people to trust something, they’d otherwise never trust. The lie of The Conservative Investor is incredibly powerful, if you are desperate and naive. Ben Ivy tells us that his system has been making people millions for a long while now. Yet his site was just launched less than 3 days ago. How is it possible that his system was profiting so many people when it wasn’t even online yet? This is yet another sign that The Conservative Investor is nothing but a scam.

Is The Conservative Investor a Scam?

We went ahead and entered our email into The Conservative Investor page, and were fed yet more lies. On the second page, we are introduced to a trader who has made millions. Her name is Laura Peterson, and she tells us in her cheerful voice how grateful she is and how she can’t believe her luck. Unfortunately she is yet another liar. We took her picture and found that her image is being used in multiple other scams and was merely a stock photo taken from the internet.

You can see from the photo below that her photograph is quite popular online for scams and other services.

The Conservative Investor Scam Review

The Conservative Investor Scam Review

The Conservative Investor scam is based on a fairy tale story, has nothing but fake names, and actor. It promises nothing but fiction and asks you to place your trust and your money with them. Have they given you any reasons to trust them? Anything at all? No. Don’t be a victim of this malicious scam. There are better options out there for you to invest in.

Conclusion: The Conservative Investor is a SCAM!!

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  • Someone online was showing me this, and I immediately said “nothing comes easy, it’s a scam.” He didn’t believe me, so thanks for this to show him.

  • Victor D.

    Scamwatch – thanks for the scam alert on Conservative Investor. I did watch the video because it came through a trusted source (Charisma Media) that I receive Christian related emails and materials from all the time. I was quite skeptical about their claims, glad I did some digging before any investment. Great job!

  • Clive

    Thank goodness there are people like you to root out these blood-sucking shysters and help protect the public from them.Thanks for the great job you do.You deserve a medal!

  • Tristan Garateix

    How are they able to advertise on radio broadcasts in the US then? Big Buck Riches promotes Ben Ivy’s system on GCN broadcasts daily.

    • That’s right they do.

    • Jabbathehutt

      MONEY they spend money paying for the advertisement in an attempt to seem more legit

  • Cristina

    I saw this advertised on newsmax on tv

  • Dray Brownz

    Thanks to the groups that weed out these unethical parasites. People like this need to be jailed.

  • Patrick

    I saw this in the Yahoo News. Sound like this a true News. All the big media should not post this kind of scam to miss leading people to trust that is a true news.

  • VisionSEO .

    Always, always, always ‘Google’ the product name before you enter your email address or commit any other personal information to unknown solicitors. Getting scammed is always a choice.

    • That’s right! Please subscribe to our blog to get all of our updates! There is nothing out there about binary options unless we write about!

  • Nigel

    You all say it’s a scam, but what is the scam, what do they get out of it, no one has mentioned this

  • Nigel

    You all say it’s a scam, but what is the scam, what do they get out of it, no one has mentioned this

    • Hello Nigel. We understand and we feel you. You might thought that this scam will change your life. But the fact is, its not. If you don’t believe us you can simply make your deposit into their broker and give it a try and let us know your results? They will get $250 commission on your deposit. That’s what they will get!

    • Hello Nigel. We understand and we feel you. You might thought that this scam will change your life. But the fact is, its not. If you don’t believe us you can simply make your deposit into their broker and give it a try and let us know your results? They will get $250 commission on your deposit. That’s what they will get!

  • NoTime4Bimbos

    I noticed (right away) that the information shown was, “Conservative Investor” yet on a few occasions, Bill Ivy said, “Conservator Investor.” Also, in a few of the captions it read, “Conservator Investor” and in others it read, “Conservative Investor.” Now how could there be such a mix up? It may seem menial, but my gut immediately told me that something was wrong and that Bill Ivy was misreading his script.

    • Habib Billo Kallay

      i caught some mix up but we are all humans who make mistakes. i mean scared money dont make money thats what really separate the rich from the poor. so no one on this page has anything positive to say about conservative investor. wow now something is really wrong. since its a scam what is not a scam give it to me raw and uncut because its weird how no one have anything good to say and no one have a good solution. you all want someone to go on ur blog or page to read but u offer no solution

      • Hello Habib, the conservative investor is a big scam. its a fake software which takes trades in your account based on nothing, no indicators or a strategy or anything. Its a pure scam. What u saw is just a marketing movie and actors and nothing more. You are always welcome to try it out yourself, but only if u are willing to give away your $250.

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  • Check out our review of Tradeo if you are a non US citizen. They are the best! I keep scouring the Newsmax site for the add so I can’t see what’s going on, but my ad block is pretty good, so I guess I’m not seeing it. You are one of many people that has told us they are advertising it. That’s a shame. I’m not sure why they would!

    • azabigail

      I actually have one in my mailbox right now. It looks like Newsmax just uses the money made from miscellaneous ads to pay for their expenses to put out NewsMax. But they should make the effort be concerned that their advertisers are scamming people. I noticed subtle little changes in the reporting in NewsMax recently, I wonder if it’s under new ownership, or if the old ownership has new partners.

  • Doug

    NewsMax is a great organization. I am sorry to see they promote scams.

  • ED

    Yep I talked to one of the brokers. Told him I didn’t know much about stocks and bonds. I let him feed me all the hype then I started asking questions. My questions should have indicated I was more knowledgeable than what I told him. But he pressed on so I told him don’t call me I’ll call you if I want their business. Con artist always push so hard to make a sale, no need if the item is legitimate.

    • Exactly ED lol. That’s what account managers do all the time. I recommend you to check out our legitimate investing with Tradeo in the social trading ta.

  • Ian
  • RossPoldark

    If it sounds too good to be true, more often than not it is!!!

  • Send me an email and I will forward you some of the emails I’ve gotten from our readers who lost their money with this! It’s a real scam. If you don’t want to take my word for it, go ahead and invest your money and let me know how it works out for you. You will lose it though.

  • jschiraldi@gmail.com

    How can they advertise scams? Easy. There’s a price tag for everything.

    Anyone remember the “Enzyte Male Enhancement” commercials with “Bob?”
    They were all over the place for quite some time… SCAM! Founder Steve
    Warshak is now serving 25yrs in prison. Saw a clip on cnbc’s American
    Greed I think it was… may have been another show but that just shows
    you that it doesn’t matter if it’s a freggin scam or not, if you have $,
    there are plenty of marketing/advertising companies that will air your
    BS scammercials for a price.

  • Ronnie T.

    Our dear friend and confidant ‘Ben Ivy’ will ask US citizens to open an offshore account with *Winn Financial*. This should be a huge red flag to American investors !! Most offshore financial institutions are not registered with any US regulatory body such as the S.E.C. or the C.F.T.C. in other words if you get scammed by these places, ~your on your own~ Winn Financial is nothing more than a ‘bucket shop’, when you trade binary options with them, your NOT trading on a market ! these are OTC (over the counter) deals that the brokerage does in house, meaning that they sell the calls and puts to the trader, they make their money from collecting premium, the premium that is left over after paying those who had a winning trade is where they profit, the advantage in their court is the percentage of profit yield for the investor is rarely more than the initial investment.. Example: you put up $100, if you win it may be 70% of the original investment so you get your $100 + the $70 in profit.. If you loose the trade you give up the $100, so lets say the house sells 20 options for $100 each, half wins and half loose, the losers put $1000 in the pocket of the house, the winners take $700 back out, the house makes $300 ! Also, these bucket shops have the discretion to decide whether to offer a trade or not to their advantage, (you’ll never know,,you just don’t get filled) the trade in this case only goes against them if 75% or more of the option buyers are right which almost never happens. Those are good odds for the house considering 3 out of 4 options sold that are held to expiration expire worthless to begin with.