The Oxford System Scam Review

The Oxford Method Scam Review. From the producers of The Aussie Method scam comes the new and improved version, actually it’s exactly the same. They didn’t even bother changing the look of the website or the script the actors read off in front of the camera. It’s all identical. The Aussie Method scammed thousands of people and The Oxford Method scam is already doing the same thing. Please read this review through to the end before investing any money!

The Oxford System

3/5

RATING

UNREGULATED

$250

MINIMUM DEPOSIT

DESCRIPTION: The Oxford Method is a binary options auto trader produced and created by the same scammers that gave us The Aussie Method scam…

ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Scam
Yes
Min Deposit
$250
Fake Spokesman
Jake Pertu
Fake Claims
Yes

Is The Oxford Method a Scam or Legit?

The Oxford System Scam Review

The Oxford System Scam Review

The Oxford Method is a binary options auto trader produced and created by the same scammers that gave us The Aussie Method scam. They merely changed the name. That’s it. Everything else is the same. The script, the website, everything is the same! They were so wildly successful after The Aussie Method that they decided to try their luck again under a different name. It’s impossible not to notice the way the two websites look identical. Check out the Aussie Method below, and note how it looks exactly like the screen shot above of The Oxford Method!

The Oxford System Scam Review

The Oxford System Scam Review, The Oxford System Scam Or Legit

So just exactly how does The Oxford Method scam work? You fill out the form, deposit $250, and the system automatically trades for you until you have lost all your money. Then a broker will call you on the phone and beg you to deposit more money because they have fixed the glitch in the system. You will believe him, deposit more money, and lose it all once again. This process will continue until you stop answering your phone and emails, and take charge of your trading career! The brokers use these scams to funnel more of your money into their hands by manipulating you to continue investing. Rule of thumb. If you lose your balance with a software system, under no circumstances should you ever give more money to that same system! Use common sense and don’t let the brokers fool you!

Evan Wright is the supposed creator behind The Oxford Method scam. Does anyone reading this think he’s actually a real person? He’s not. Nobody has ever heard of him and his name can’t be found connected to anything legitimate. He’s a fabrication. His picture is fake, it is merely a stock photo of a random business man. Nothing about Evan Wright is real, and you have no reason to believe anything about his scam of a system!

The Oxford Method scam is full of actors. Check out this guy below who starts out the promotional video by claiming to have made hundreds of thousands of dollars in one month!

The Oxford System Scam

The Oxford System Scam Review

Here is the same guy on Fiverr telling us that he is willing to lie for as little as $5 a video! Does this seem like a person to trust? Heck no!

The Oxford System Scam Review

The Oxford System Review

The Oxford Method scam is sure to make you lose all your money and then some, should you chose to answer the call when the broker calls you! Listen, if it sounds to good to be true, it always is. The Oxford Method scam’s main claim to fame is that they profit their members hundreds of thousands of dollars a month. If you are familiar with our reviews, you’ll remember that we are continuously reminding everyone that making hundreds of thousands of dollars a month is not reasonable, and this claim is one sure sign that the system is trying to scam you! When you hear or read someone tell you this, you should run away as fast as you can! It’s not reasonable and in all our years of trading we have never met anyone who has done this. Have you?

Is The Oxford Method a Scam?

Binary options presents a great opportunity. Not only can it make you money but it is also fun. There is a reason millions of people love it, because it’s fun and it does work! However, you can’t charge in with your eyes shut. You need to be incredibly aware of how it works and how to keep yourself safe! We support a very select few systems that have been proven to work. Please check out Social Trading with Tradeo.

 

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Conclusion: The Oxford Method is a SCAM!!

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  • Dani

    hello

    I wish this review was there 7 days ago before i made the mistake and actually fall for this scam!!!! I actually have it in my to do list is to write a blog about this and just today i thought of doing a search again on oxford method in case i find anything and i found this!!! Nothing was written on oxford method before and i am not a trader + i am silly to fall for such a scam!!

    The oxford method tells you that they won’t charge you for anything except that you need to deposit at least the minimum broker’s requirement at least. The moment i realised that i made a mistake is when i did deposit then BAM.. i was on a page with things i don’t understand and there was no e-mail or number i can call for help!!!! The oxford method assigned me to the “best” broker and it is RBOptions.. When i googled this company i found it was classified as not trustworthy!!!!

    It is funny how when we need money we tend to shut down our common sense!!! When the broker called me, and i was trying to explain to him that the oxford method took all my money and put them on trades then i was left with no clue what to do … the broker interrupted me and did not want to listen and said it doesn’t matter.. if you listen to me you will be able to make money. I told him a student and can’t afford much then he said i should put more money.. which i did. I have deposited a total of 370 pounds. A broker did call me and made me win 2 trades that equal 250 pounds but the whole thing seems wrong as I was not introduced to what are the risks nor the strategies. He said he will take 15%… but i am not sure if it is on every transaction or after a given period. The broker seems to be a nice person from Canada and asked me for my Skype name.. he sent me indication on what number to see to make a call for silver and gold… but there is a funny feeling that as a total newbie.. i am swimming in a sea that i don’t know.

    Someone advised me that they will trick me that it works until i put more money then loss everything.

    I want an advice on what is best thing to do now? Should i trade in binary options until i make my 370 back then withdraw them?

    Any help will be highly appreciated!!!

    • Hi Dani – This sounds like a very normal broker experience. I’m still getting calls from brokers that I haven’t traded with in over two years that want me to deposit more money. They will never stop calling you. I recommend blocking their phone numbers. The best thing to do going forward is to completely ignore the calls and don’t give them a second more of your time. Most brokers are geared toward making you lose your money, because that’s how they make theirs! Trading with binary options or forex always involves a risk, so we always advise people to not invest more than they can afford to lose. If you do make your money back with a successful system, that’s great! However, there is no way to know for sure that you will make your money back, as there are no guarantees. Think of binary options as a hobby, and go in with your eyes open. Nobody in this business gets out without losing money.

    • Andrew Cropper Wakeman

      No walk away its a pure scam has been from the start stop being a mug and accept your losses and dont think you can make so money for littler or nothing.

  • David Miller

    I was just watching the video where he shows an account on the first day starts with £250 at the end of the FIRST day it has grown to £7,812,00 That’s Right over SEVEN MILLION but then by the end of the 2nd Day it’s £19,400.50 That’s right nineteen Thousand so we have now LOST over SEVEN MILLIONS POUNDS; then it goes up to £21,976.00 Pounds .. Should have quit at 7 MILLION !!!!

    • Scammers David 🙂 The sad thing is that people do believe in this.

  • a wood

    if you check ubinary that is almost the same as this one to so stay well away

  • jane

    hi so is there any money making company’s out there? the only reason ive never joined them is because they want money up front that i dont have if i did i wouldnt need to look at these sites

  • jane

    hi so is there any money making company’s out there? the only reason ive never joined them is because they want money up front that i dont have if i did i wouldnt need to look at these sites

    • Hi Jane! Please check out our review of Tradeo under our “Social Trading” section.

    • Hi Jane! Please check out our review of Tradeo under our “Social Trading” section.

    • Hi Jane! Please check out our review of Tradeo under our “Social Trading” section.

    • Hi Jane! Please check out our review of Tradeo under our “Social Trading” section.

    • MickeyHW

      I tried 24options and found the trading platform apps to be easy to use on android and PC. The difference is that you are in 100% control of your capital and investments, nobody is there to make them for you. Trading does require knowledge and time to master but it can also be fun. 24option also have account managers ring you to to make offer deals such as 50% more capital when you make an investment, however bonus T&C apply. But on no account you feel pressured to take up offers and you can still ask them for tips and market pointers and they offer you advice. It helps if you strike a rapport with the ac manager as they are happy to give this. I so far invested 250 dollars, my balance now is little over $200 (after about 1 month), I have lost some money but I have also won some back but intend to acquire more knowledge about how to trade and invest better.

  • julian

    hi all just wanted to let you know that its all a scam. they LIED on the advert. do not trust them. its a normal trading site. no auto-trading whatsoever. they keep asking for more money once i joined. the guy on the advert said they will give me a software and that software its going to make me hundreds of thousands of pounds or he will give £10,000 to whoever signs up and doesn’t make hundreds of thousands of pounds. its all a LIE
    please be ware its a scam

  • julian

    hi all just wanted to let you know that its all a scam. they LIED on the advert. do not trust them. its a normal trading site. no auto-trading whatsoever. they keep asking for more money once i joined. the guy on the advert said they will give me a software and that software its going to make me hundreds of thousands of pounds or he will give £10,000 to whoever signs up and doesn’t make hundreds of thousands of pounds. its all a LIE
    please be ware its a scam

  • julian

    hi all just wanted to let you know that its all a scam. they LIED on the advert. do not trust them. its a normal trading site. no auto-trading whatsoever. they keep asking for more money once i joined. the guy on the advert said they will give me a software and that software its going to make me hundreds of thousands of pounds or he will give £10,000 to whoever signs up and doesn’t make hundreds of thousands of pounds. its all a LIE
    please be ware its a scam

  • julian

    hi all just wanted to let you know that its all a scam. they LIED on the advert. do not trust them. its a normal trading site. no auto-trading whatsoever. they keep asking for more money once i joined. the guy on the advert said they will give me a software and that software its going to make me hundreds of thousands of pounds or he will give £10,000 to whoever signs up and doesn’t make hundreds of thousands of pounds. its all a LIE
    please be ware its a scam

  • MickeyHW

    I fell for the advert and registered but stopped myself short of investing when I got the call. The guy on the phone had eastern european accent (trying to sound american). he asked me if I knew about how it worked. I said I knew of binary trading and held an account with 24 option. He said, which I found unusual, ‘why did I do that, it has bad reviews?’. None of his business I thought and hung up the phone. After reading this review, I beleive it is a scam (the above testimonial vids is the giveaway) and will unsubscribe and suspend my account.

  • Master Slaps

    SCAM! They say that you won’t use your credit card, yet as soon as you sign up they want a minimum payment of £250 and your credit card details!

  • Tehuti

    I have just deposited money but have not traded yet. Is there anyway I can get my money back? Please any advice will be highly appreciated.

    • Hello, getting your money from a scam is really hard, however what you need to do is. Report it back to your card/bank and say they scammed you and they actually took the money out of your account without your permission, Also you need to start annoying the broker and send him emails every single day until he releases your money.

  • Mike

    There is one thing you don’t understand, the problam is not the the system it’s the Broker…im with Option FM, and doing well for 5 months. started with 250, had points where i reachd 70 in my balance today i have almost 800 and i withdrew twice, once 700, and once 500. it all depends on the broker. even a screwdriver in the wrong hands can take life

    • Hello Mike. Maybe you are right. However there is something you should know about these systems, they are actually just a click button robot, they don’t have any strategy or an indicator or any kind of market analytic systems behind it. Its a simple click button robot that opens trades for you blindly. That’s all what it is. Also keep in mind that the owners of the Oxford systems are the ones who has synced these brokers inside their AutoTrader.

    • Ric Euteneuer

      Option FM is not the Brit Method or the Oxford Method, though, is it ? it’s probably the same people.

      • Hi Ric! Option FM is a broker. But the Oxford Method Auto Trader is something different.

        The developers of the software has synced a lot of brokers including Option FM with their software so that it can take trades.

        Either way, you need to stay away from this scam and check out our Tradeo review in the Social Trading section. Its legit and you will like it.

  • andy lee

    Is it a scam? People earning over half a million a month but they are sat in a box room which looks like it was decorated in the early 90s? Wearing seemingly the same clothes they’ve had for 10years plus? Yeah… seems legit…