The basic premise of Cheat The Odds 4.0 sounds fantastic doesn’t it? Being able to get your hands on a confidential report between two federal banks about how to make money online on autopilot. Wow.
The fact that it is being given away to us for free is another amazing thing. You’re probably here checking out this review purely because you know how lucky you are, and how quickly you need to act.
There’s one inherent problem with this whole thing though, something that made it incredibly easy for me to write this Cheat The Odds 4.0 review.
It’s The Same Program Launched Under A New Name
Exactly the same.
A few weeks back I reviewed Auto Mobile Binary and came to the not-so-difficult conclusion that it was designed to rip you off. I’ve always said that these Binary Options programs are all pulling the same tricks, but until now I had never seen one that was exactly the same as another.
Enter Cheat The Odds 4.0
Hey, maybe the fact it’s called “4.0” suggests it’s the fourth time they’ve run this particular scheme.
Take a look here at these screengrabs (including URLs) to see what I mean:
Auto Mobile Binary
And Now Cheat The Odds 4.0
Notice any similarities?
This is pretty much all the proof you need to stay away from either of these “programs”.
When something claims to be a once in a lifetime opportunity, then comes back a few weeks later under a different guise, you have to wonder what kind of trick they’re trying to pull.
Fortunately I can tell you exactly what kind of trick they’re pulling.
The Truth About Cheating The Odds 4.0
(AkA Cheat The Odds Aka Auto Money Binary)
Every binary options program that I’ve reviewed works the same way:
They hook you in with an interesting video and a story about how they found a loophole that allows them to win at binary options. Sometimes this is in the form of a leaked report, sometimes it’s a piece of software, sometimes it just exploits timezones (because brokerage firms never heard of time zones…).
Once they’ve sufficiently convinced you, by using plenty of faked screenshots and fake video testimonials, they’ll tell you that their software/loophole/timezone only works with a certain broker.
You need to sign up and create an account with that broker, then deposit $200-250 USD into your account to receive the free software and start trading.
Right because $250 is “free”.
After that, the software doesn’t do its job and you end up losing all your money.
Why do they go to the trouble?
Because the brokers will give them a commission if they persuade somebody to open an account with them and deposit funds.
Nobody cares about whether or not you win any money (because you won’t).
Why Re-Name Themselves?
These product launches are always heavily affiliate driven. They’ll have a lot of hype and the backing of some shady affiliate networks, and will get people to sign up to help promote them. They’ll then pass on some of their massive commissions to the affiliates.
Once everyone has realized this particular program isn’t all that it’s cut out to be, they have to create a new one (or just change the name), drum up hype and support again, then re-launch.
Even though it’s quite a lot of effort, the payout is clearly worth it.
All this really means for you is that you absolutely HAVE TO stay away from any crappy binary options program you get mailed out. It’s not going to get you anywhere.