This website is so annoying and definitely a SCAM! We’ll get into the evidence shortly but first I have to note that I was really irritated by the pop-up video urging you to stay, as soon as you attempt to leave the page! What does Facebook have anything to do with money-making schemes? I have no idea! Perhaps they are trying to hijack some authority from a well-known social network site? It’s probably the case since they also featured the Forbes, Tech Crunch and Wall Street logos as if the FB App Bot was ever endorsed anywhere besides on a few unknown sites.
Now guys, don’t get too excited, Melissa Walters the “CEO of Fbappbot.com” happens to also work for Fiverr.com as a testimonial actress. Could this be a coincidence and Melissa Walters is in fact a Millionaire CEO of a ‘fancy looking’ pitch page? I would highly doubt it since the actors of Fiverr.com are only getting around $5-$30 per each fake testimonial gig. This is very common with money-making schemes, it’s really easy to hire actors to say whatever you want. To prove this point I hired an actress myself to lie on camera:
Katie Harvey Exposed (she was behind ProfitwithCindy, a similar scam)
Notice this “money paid to users” widget on the side, this is a marketing tool that similar scams are using, the entire FB App Bot website looks like half of the scams I previously reviewed. Claims to make you rich over night, actors, annoying pop-ups. I don’t even feel like writing an intelligent review on Fbappbot.com, but I do understand that many people are new to online trading or even to the Internet, and they might give it a try. After all, no one can deny that Melissa is a convincing, super-hot actress, but trust me that she is not the person who will help you make money online and definitely not with binary options.
I am also shocked that they used Mark Zucherberg’s photo on the FBAppBot.com page, he should definitely sue them for a few millions. Who gave them permission to use his picture? Scam-artists are getting more reckless and careless, some don’t even have warnings and disclaimers.
Check out my Binary Options Scams list and you’ll find many similar fraud sites, my questions is: why would you even want to take the risk? I surely hope you’re reading this before you deposited money because trust me that you will lose everything, and if you already deposited money, share your feedback so others can be aware of the true nature of this offer, as well as the trading results generated by this “so-called” profitable auto trading system.
The FB App Bot just came out a few days ago so some of you might receive emails with invites, usually the invitations include a few weird sentences and a link directing you to the site. Don’t ever trust email solicitors, they have no incentive to help you and all they do in reality, is send out millions of emails hoping to fish for victims, it’s a sleazy job. It’s a game of numbers, they figure that out of 1000 people at least 2-3 people will sign up with the FB App Bot and they’ll get paid as soon as you make this horrible mistake and get with “Melissa Walters”.. By the way, look up the name Melissa Walters on Google and you won’t find her on any sites that are not related to the FB App Robot.
Binary options trading is now a regulated industry and many brokers engage in fair business practices, have proper regulations and the brokers I am referring to will never work with money-making schemes. EU regulated brokers such as Anyoption have clearly stated hat they never did and never will, work with any of the shady scams that come out on a daily basis now. I encourage you to visit my Binary Options YouTube channel where you can find over 240 videos on tips, strategies and scam alerts. If there is one thing I really want you to take from my FB App Bot Review, is that research is the key. Don’t trust offers that seem too good to be true.
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