Quantum Code Review

Quantum Code

Quantum Code is the longest running automated trading scam which is now called a Forex robot.

Before you fall victim to the most prevalent Forex trading scam, here are some things you should be aware of with the Quantum Code software.

Read This Article & You Will Understand Why This Software is a Scam!

You Will Lose Your Money at a BAD Broker!

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Quantum Code Scam

Do you really think that a software which they claim is in beta testing, can turn a $250 deposit at an offshore binary options broker, into a consistent $50,000 a week?

Sorry, but there is no trading robot that can do such miracles.

Thousands of people just like you got an email about Quantum Code, but no one actually uses their product. You need to know that Michael Crawford is a fake name, and there is no money back guarantee. Once you deposit your money, you will never see it again!

Quantum Code System Review
Quantum Code System

Quantum Code Review

The automated trading software that Quantum Code is using, gives you absolutely no control of the outcome. You have only one choice, and that is how much money the robot should place on each trade (see image below).

Let’s say you opened and account with $250, and set the robot to trade $25 per trade. It can potentially place 10 trades an hour, and wipe out your trading account quickly. With Quantum Code we have no idea how many trades it will do each day.

The professional Forex robo advisors come with proper risk management controls like; daily max trade limits, stop losses and more controls, see here.

Quantum Code Trading Software

Scam Broker Warning

Many people use automated trading systems and robots for investing and trading. The problem happens when an investor trades with a bad broker.

You need to realize that the software is not where your money is, your money is at a “Forex broker”. What Quantum Code did, is they make you deposit, before you can see which broker is getting your money. That is an outright scam. They can easily take your money and put it with a proven scam broker, or even worse, just keep your money themselves.

Australia Warning!

“ASIC urges all investors considering trading in binary options to check they are dealing with an entity that holds an Australian financial services licence.”

Traders who just want to trade binary options without any automated system, should first choose a broker from the best brokers page.

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Tell other investors which scam broker the Quantum Code told you to use, in the comment section below.

20 responses to “Quantum Code Review”

  1. Simon Rudnicki says:

    Just after I filled up the form with my details, received a call from Haley Sullivan
    Personal Account Manager at toroption
    Smart Choice Zone LP
    272 Bath Street, G2 4JR Glasgow, UK.

    She “helped me to activate my account in autopilot” on their website and I was asked to give my account details in order to deposit minimum $250 or equivalent in Euro or Sterling Pounds obviously, which I didn’t knowing it’s a scam. No a word was mentioned about Quantum Code, terms & conditions, the risk involved or the following:

  2. Robin Joseph Grogan says:

    I am sure that if Mr Crawford was that rich he would have picked a private jet he could fit into. I watched just laughing at the bad acting, the best par of it? when he say’s he wants nothing from you, his service is totally free, ok then pal how about giving your new members the 250.00 to start trading with, being as you claim that people who join can be penniless, how does that work?

  3. Yitbarek Fessehaie says:

    I really want to thank you guys for sharing your experiences and saving a lot of people so much pain and loss of hard earned cash!!

  4. Stephen says:

    FUCK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’VE BEEN SCAMMED, MY MONEY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    MOTHER FUCKERS, IDIOTS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i wanted to say that i’ve just got scammed and lost about 3K US dollars
    do more research if u wanted to start something that are brand new for you, dont be like me
    MY $$$$$$$$$$$$$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RETARDS…..!!!!!!!!!

    • Joe says:

      Have you contacted the high up authorities like the FBI or CIA?
      Make sure you get evidence from your bank for evidence.

      • John Vincent Jose says:

        yeah yeah, you should contact the FBI or CIA, make sure you have the screenshots from your account for evidence. This Scammer should be punish by the law.

  5. Joe says:

    How can these people commit such a serious crime. Someone must contact the high up authorities like the FBI or CIA

  6. Sengawa Junichirou says:

    i think we just should find those people and judge em ourselfs Life is money and our money is our life

  7. Кондрат Ибрагимович Михельсон says:

    A lot of dum stuff in video…. This “boss” receive SMS in aircraft, and has internet during flight. There is no time difference when he talk with different parts of earth. Programmers works in very specific facility… and so on )))

    • Davit Gabrielyan (iTest) says:

      This 21 century and “Yes” we have internet and cell network on jets. But yes that is scam 😀 for that person telling long story how he make money.

  8. Ely Tan says:

    i just got called and there were 2 agents spoke to me. the first one with indian accent and when i hardly could understand him, another agent replace him and spoke in a proper british accent. he tried hard to get me into putting the deposit but at the same time i was reading these reviews. i won’t put my money in any broker that aren’t trustworthy..

  9. Ivy Tan says:

    Like the saying goes, nothing is for free…It is cruel to even try to get $250.00 off the needy ones who are desperate for livelihood. Imagine the 7 billions of people in the world and this Michael Crawford is probably sitting on his desk calculating and working on 0.01 percent of the world population at $250.00 who got sucked into his scam is making 1.75 million at 0.01% rate. So, respect ourselves more and stop paying crooks like Michael Crawford who lives like a millionaire out of our despair. I watched his video and was tempted thinking what is $250.00 to try to make some money too.Glad I went to google to read all the reviews….Never believe when they said it cost you nothing to be rich …there is no such thing!!!!!! end up paying with your life or your happiness ….we must live with contentment and embrace the philosophy of half glass full and not half glass empty…..

  10. Robin says:

    You are the only one Ivy Tan. I too am scammed heavily by Fmarketcapital.com exactly the same way as Michael Crawford did or still does. I would like to see an article listing the scammers so that people could be warned not to try them ever however tempting the advert is..

  11. Lil DOGE says:

    OH MY GOODNESS I ALMOST LOST MY MONEY TODAY FUUCK THAT CRAWFORD SCAMMER.!!!!!!!!!!!! .GOODTHING I RESEARCHED ABOUT THIS QUANTUMCODE BEFORE I SIGNED UP TO THAT SCAM. I KNEW IT IN THE FIRST PLACE IT WAS FAKE, THE GUYS HE CONTACTED IS LIKE READING A SCRIPT OR SOMTHING, I FELT SORRY TO THOSE VICTIMS OF THESE SCAM. LESSON LEARNED BOYS

  12. Volker Meyer says:

    The most obvious untruth in the video is the raising number of people watching the video. It goes from 144 to over 250 while there is no chance in hell to join that video “in the middle” – so guys: “THINK!!!!” when watching!!!!

  13. Steve Greene says:

    I was really interested when watching the video. As another reviewer noted, I thought it was a bit strange that the guy, Crawford, struggled to getr his butt through the door of the jet, then realised that it was fake when he spoke to the British man. The man sounded like Dick van Dyke when he played in Mary Poppins, worst English accent ever. It is disappointing that these people are allowed to get away with this scam.

  14. Paul Bridge says:

    what?? this guys are scams??? I gotta deal with my investments asap! I can’t believe I’ve just been conned out of my entire savings! Damn!!! What do I do guys??

  15. Gregory Cooper says:

    I know someone who was close to falling for this. My first point of call every time someone introduces me to an opportunity is to check with Google. A simple search normally brings you to sites like this one, who have already done their research and figured out if its thumbs up or thumbs down. I’m on here to talk if you have any questions on how I stay safe feel free to ask. Thanks and be safe!

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