Automated Cash App is not one single, application or tip. Its a generalisation normally reserved to Binary Options Auto Trading Signals. However a new application has recently been introduced in the market stereotyping itself as the Automated Cash App. We were not impressed with this name as it is too general and does not mean much or given any indication as to how this differs from other signalling software’s in the market. The only deduction one can make is that like many others preceding this product, this software is designed to source and trade signals all on auto pilot.
The “secret of success,” if there is one, with this product is how the product ‘marks-up’ in the areas of providing a sustainable return on investment consistently for its investors, its customer values in reference to support and withdrawal policies and the overall outlook, vision of the firm behind this software. In this review we look to expose the automated cash app which provides its services via the automatedcashapp.com portal.
The Automated Cash App Software is primarily designed by a person called Jason Howe. His insinuates that his new trading system has the capacity to generate anything from $2,000 to $5,000 weekly. The whole website seems to be presented in text format with little or no visual aids being shown throughout the promotion. No live demonstrations, no real testimonials, no nothing. I mean what is with this Jason Howe, if that is his real name. It seems like he just wasn’t bothered to make a proper video, let alone select a generic name that can differentiate itself from the rest of the apps we review.
The only image of Jason, is a small snap shot and then back to lingo’s again. I mean seriously. Ladies and Gentleman lets get real this Automated Cash App doesn’t seem to have any appetite. All it does is throw tantrums like an investor can make this much or that much without showing us some evidence.
Why Automated Cash App Method is a Scam !! Real Hints
Jason said that Automated Cash software is going to generate thousands of dollars for you without any input from you. This strategy is common to most of the scam systems. Claims like this are generic among fraudulent systems. It is obvious that claims like this are directed at new traders who do not know much about the trade and who want to make money with little or no efforts. The truth is that no robot can make you that type of money without monitoring it. There are different factors that determine the price movement and no software is in control of these forces.
There is always the white lie that is common to most of the systems reviewed here, and that is the assumption that the creators are giving you a free software. In reality the Automated Cash App program is not free because before you can even access the program, you must make a deposit of $250. The system in itself maybe advertised in itself as being free but the investment required by the broker is not. This is just the marketeers trying to bypass the actual registration requirements. Unless you deposit the money, there is no way you can determine whether the bot is working or not. This is true and valid as with most apps. However, some due diligence like what we are about to highlight in the next section of this article can help make the decision a lot easier and save some penies down the line for a more valid system that comes with proven results.
Automated Cash App Reviews and Testimonials Exposed
Compelling evidence that shows that Automated Cash App software is a scam is that it uses fake testimonials to convince people that it is legit. The system in itself is not unique but a re-invention of an old signalling software with only a few color modifications and a slight name change. The logos and the promotion used are identical to a previous version that had received a few negative reviews. To back up his “good results” he show us few testimonials from “real members” to automated cash app scam. Guess what? They are all payed actors from fiverr, hired to make positive testimonials about this crap service. We`ll revival one for you but if you are curious you can go and expose them all by yourself on fiverr.com.
The testimonials and feedback were reviewed and were discovered to have emanated from fiverr.com. Jason hired fake people to fake testimonials. You may begin to wonder why Jason has decided to fake his testimonials instead bringing authentic traders to verify his apps. He decided to run to fiverr.com because he can easily purchase fake evidences for a price as low as $5.