Virtnext Scam Review for http://virtnext.com/
Virtnext auto trading binary options software was just launched. This is one of the fancier scams we’ve reviewed which is also why we feel it’s one of our most important reviews. This scam is going to trick a large number of people. Please read our review through to the bottom so that you won’t be one of the many who lose their money to the creators of this dirty scam.
What makes Virtnext special? They claim to have super fast computers and a team of researchers that have found “characteristics about the market that others simply do not know.” This if fancy language that amounts to nothing more than fruit sellers screaming out how much better their bananas are than any other banana because they were picked in a magical fruit forest. It’s bullshit.
Virtnext Scam Review
Of course we won’t be personally trying Virtnext out, because we don’t enjoy throwing our money into the garbage can. If you have tried this software out, please let us know what your results were. We won’t delete your comments as we’ve been informed other sites are in the habit of doing.
In the meantime, we encourage people NOT to invest with this company because we found that every word out of their mouth is a lie. We’ve been told that some new information will be coming out on November 16th, and if we find that any new information has been released that contradicts anything we’ve said here, we’ll update.
Virtnext claims that they will be giving out a few free software registrations. Why would Virtnext be giving out free registrations merely days before they claim to be selling stock for thousands of dollars a piece? It makes no sense for them to spend the money and take the time into producing this website and video to just give it away to people for free. This is ludicrous. They won’t be selling stock for this company. Why? Because this company is a scam who is fraudulently using the name of a very successful business man as a front for their business.
Is Virtnext a scam?
Yes. The first huge scam that Virtnext feeds us is that a man named Vincent Bollore is their CEO. Vincent Bollore is an incredibly successful business man, that is true. He is the CEO of Bollere, an investing company. He is NOT the CEO of Virtnext Investment Ltd. This is big fat lie and I expect that Bollore will be suing Virtnext Investment Ltd when he finds out. If anyone has information to prove us wrong, please contact us or post in the comments below. We spent quite a while digging into this man’s business and have found absolutely no connection between him and Virtnext.
In fact, we can find nothing about this company that shows us it is a real investment company. Virtnext Investment Ltd seems to be borrowing (stealing) the name of another company called VirnetX. VirnetX is a real company with stocks available for purchase but it has nothing to do with the fake Virtnext Investment Ltd.
The second huge scam we’ve uncovered is the usage of news articles seemingly reporting on the success of Virtnext. The Virtnext webpage has screen shots of several trusted websites who have reported on Virtnext. We investigated each of these screenshots to see if they were taken from real article or just made up by the evil scammers behind Virtnext. We were not surprised at all to find out that each article was fake. There is literally no mention of Virtnext on any of these websites. They even went so far as to use a character from Game of Thrones as an author for one of their forged CNBC articles. Wink wink. A fun treasure hunt for my fellow GoT fans.
The scammers behind Virtnext actually fumbled and left a url link on one of their screenshots. You can see below what this link takes you to if you type it into your search bar. It’s laughable.
We found another screen shot with a grammar error inside of it. Also fake. Every single article on their site is a complete forgery. If this doesn’t give you a glimpse inside the minds of the scammers behind Virtnext, I don’t know what else will.
Virtnext Scam Review
Their forged news articles reminded us of the Dow Jones binary scam we’ve preciously reviewed. This scam also used forged articles.
It’s not even worth mentioning, but they throw out loads of bullshit in their video. Virtnext claims that they have only lost one trade in the last four years. Sure, and I am the Queen of England. Saying something doesn’t make it true. There is no trader in the history of trading that has only lost one trade in four years. This is totally preposterous.
Virtnext then goes on to use the traditional scare tactics of telling us that we only have one day to take this offer for free. That’s obviously a lie. This is just a manipulation strategy commonly used by scams to force your emotions into making a stupid hasty decision.
It was obviously not a surprise that their claim to have a facebook page was false. Check for yourself. Virtnext doesn’t have a facebook page. You can see below they have photoshopped themselves a fake one.
Frankly, I’m more shocked by the support that this scam has been receiving from a very popular scam review site. This is evidence to us that this site is working hand in hand with scammers. We want to officially call out this review site to stop working with scammers and leading people that place their trust in them into losing their hard earned money.
Is Virtnext a scam or legit?
Once again, Virtnext was created and supported to earn money through affiliation sales. We could also attempt to market it to you all and receive a nice payment for each of you who signs up with our link. We will not do that because there is literally nothing honest about Virtnext. Nothing. They are liars. Their scam may be elaborate but they made enough stupid mistakes for us to out them. If you decide to try this scam out we have some bananas from a magical fruit forest we’d like to sell you as well.
Conclusion: Virtnext is a filthy scam, does not work, and the people who support it are scammers.
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