The Saffa Method Review
The Saffa Method is a SCAM!
The Saffa Method software was just released in secret in the Binary Options industry. The whole notion was to try and avoid security watchdog’s like us from posting a review. However what they fail to realise is that eventually we will catch on to their tricks . Saffa Method is an Autotrader like most others that works on autopilot. However, from what we have seen in the promotional video we do not feel it is much better than any of the other products that have recently launched in the market. The software makers promise that if this software can’t make one hundred thousand dollars within just a month they will pay you a refund of 10 thousand dollars! Sounds awesome right? However, in truth this holds no water. Actually, this is nothing but a trick to invite people to fall for this fake system. Do not join the Saffa Method, it’s a scam and another version of the previously exposed, Aussie Method! For a review on this method check out https://binaryumpire.com/aussie-method-review/.
A few days ago the con-artists who are behind the first version of Saffamethod.com, came out with two other identical sites: The Brit Method and The Canuck Method. In this short review we gathered sufficient information that you may want to evaluate and see for yourself before you join this fraud software. It’s getting really funny, but we must continue to inform you of this “duplicate” fraud! Let’s start with the previous Aussie Method Review. As you can see, they also have the same guy calling himself ‘Jake Pertu’ on the Aussie Method website, and then on the Saffa Method version he is suddenly ‘Jake Mason’. From our previous review on the Aussie Method, we already know that this is just a stock photography image which is available for free on the internet.
Jake Pertu kinda reminds Jake Mason…
We honestly feel that the above picture is enough to end this review right here, but here is another point in case, regarding the rather unsavoury people behind the Saffa Method and its twin sister site the Aussie Method, just a few days ago, these same people came out with another two identical scam websites, promoting even more of the same useless software.
The Canuck Method and The Brit Method. They just don’t stop! We felt it absolutely imperative to make our viewers aware of exactly what we’re dealing with here. This is basically a major, multi website sting operation, a cartel of sort. Hopefully enough people read our warning in time. All four websites, The Saffa Method, The Aussie Method, The Brit Method and The Canuck Method are all replicated scam sites promoting the same losing software. Please try to remember these names as we’d hate to have to hear that you or someone you know, has become a victim of one of these scams.
A statement of guarantee. Notice the familiarity.
Even they made some testimonial videos with the same Fiverr actor/actress! All of them are paid actors who can lie in front of the camera for the exchange of 5 Dollars. The Aussie method was such a flop they decided to re-brand the whole thing and try and take another shot at the cherry pie and get you to invest in the new version.
They mentioned that they are only looking for twenty people and then they will shut their website and there will be no registrations. Well, its been a week or two and how long it takes to include twenty people! Or why did they have to open a website and advertising to find 20 people!
We’ll keep this review short because there’s not much else to say. We already exposed the Brit Method, Canuck Method and the Aussie Method in this article and Saffa Method is no different , its just another version. If you made the mistake and registered with either one of the “native” sites, please post your feedback below and help us spread the message. We really hope that new day-traders will do some research before signing up to to such shady websites
Verdict: Saffa Method by “Jake Mason” is a SCAM!
Thank you for taking a few moments to read our Saffa Method Review and stay safe!