Hello and welcome to my Stock Market Jackpot review. If you happen to be in need of a bit of a laugh then please continue reading! This is a real humdinger of a system! (just don’t join).
My Stock Market Jackpot review isn’t going to take long. This system is pathetic at best. If you are looking for hard facts, then you are in the right place.
Stock Market Jackpot is a scam and you should most definitely stay well away from it! But don’t go just yet because this thing has plenty of comedy value! Stick around.
Stock Market Jackpot – Taking A Different Approach!
Just for the record, Stock Market Jackpot is another (so-called “amazing”) binary trading application. It’s Designed to bring you wealth and happiness. Something is quite different about this system though, and that is all too apparent the moment you enter the website.
The Normal Approach
The normal approach for binary scam artists is to make a sales page that looks very impressive. It should have a half-decent actor trying to convince us that they have been trading online and making millions for years.
SMJ on the other hand has a website that looks like it’s directly from the mid-’90s. An artificial robot voice introduction and an actor that… Well, we’ll take a look at the actor in a moment!
Couple the sales page with a sexy lady holding a flag to lure in the affiliate marketers and we have one of the most pathetic binary options scams that I have seen in a long time! And it gets better!
The whole approach that Stock Market Jackpot has taken to everything within this product is cheap and really nasty. Even the banner graphics given to affiliates to promote this system look really thrown together.
Introducing… Banjo Man!
After we get past the terrible robotic voice introduction on the official website that was somehow supposed to impress us. We reach the sales video and are greeted by an actor that some of you may have seen before.
No, unfortunately, SMJ didn’t splash out to rent a mansion and sports car. Instead, they went to Fiverr dot com and hired a guy called “banjo man 15”!!
Now, I must point out that in this case, the star of this show isn’t responsible for the scam. Banjo Man is not responsible for the Stock Market Jackpot scam.
Banjo Man actually makes money by creating videos for products and testimonial reviews. These are pre-scripted by the person that hires them. “Banjo Man 15” is just an actor making a bit of money online, using Fiverr to sell his services. Take a look…
The Serious Side Of Stock Market Jackpot
This binary trading system has not been a huge online hit since its launch. But has still managed to scam a few people into thinking that this is the real deal! This system is no different from many of the other binary cheat software applications that we have seen over the last couple of years. This is a verified scam.
Get involved with this and you can definitely say goodbye to at least $250! The sad fact is, the acting skills of Banjo Man and the poor 90’s style graphics on this site have already managed to con a few people.
Don’t fall for it. You will never make a single penny with Stock Market Jackpot. If you do join, you’ll end up looking as stupid as Banjo Man!
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Don’t forget to add your questions or comments in the section below!
Holy cow! This program is unbelievable…and not in a good way. I can’t believe how blatant of a scam it seems to be. Even if it’s not a scam (which I highly doubt) all of the red flags are there that scream “scam”.
The robot voice and banjo man are just the start, and then they paid a guy on fiverr to produce a video testimonial for them. Seems fairly unethical to me. I actually think there are legitimate services out there to help people with trading, but I wouldn’t trust this one for a second. I appreciate you bringing this program to my attention.
Yes you are quite right, there are services out there that will help you with binary options trading. Problem is, the binary options brokers a so unregulated and there are a lot of unethical practices that go on. At the end of the day binary option trading is a multi million dollar industry, these guys are making some serious cash and a lot of it is coming from people that think it must be a fast way to make some money. Even the big players in binary trading lose big time on their bad days. I have yet to see an actual system that has helped a normal person with a couple of hundred dollars to turn it into a few thousand. I have yet to see a binary trading system that consistently works over a long duration.
I can confirm that this is definitely a scam and as far as your comment about being unethical, these guys really don’t care about that! If you want to try trading then my advice would be to not invest any amount that you can’t afford to lose and definitely don’t go to banjo man 15 for advice!!
Hope you can join me again, all the best.
Yep! I’ve seen the Bango Man with his cheesy acting a few times on videos for other money schemes. You’re spot on with this review.
Keep up the good work Andrew
Yeah, he does a lot of work on testimonials and sales videos for binary stuff. As far as I can gather, this guy actually makes a living selling his services! Thanks for your comment Allen.
Very very nice review!
Written in a very funny way, reveals the truth about the scammy programs, excellent for newbies who are new to all those programs, and also very professional. I enjoyed reading your post pal!
Thanks Alexy, Sometimes you just can’t possibly get away with posting a serious review, especially when a product is this funny!
That was a really good review about a really dodgy site. I’m fairly new to all of this so its good to have somewhere to come and find out about all the scams and stuff. Your post has a lot of really good information that people need to be aware of and I’m grateful to have found you. looking forward to future visits.
Hi Eric, I’m pleased that you were able to join us here today and I look forward to seeing you here again.
Johnathan Tarter says
Great review of this obvious scam! The actors are laughable and the chances of anyone making money with this program are very low! The only good part about this one is the comedy and the fact it’s hilarious that they think people will fall for this clown show! Thank you for exposing this scam! 🙂
Hi Johnathan. Its a real shame but unfortunately some people are so desperate that they no longer think rationally and end up falling victim to these scams. Hopefully we can reach and save a few of them here.
Actually I’m not familiar with this type making money online but I’m pleased that you informed us. Your review is awesome, so well written. I’m sure that the message about stock market jackpot will arrive to your visitors efficiently. I hope that the people who need it get to see it. All the best with you…
Thanks for that Hanizan! Hopefully, the right people will see this article and not too many people will be effected by it.
Oh my gosh, thanks for the laugh Andrew, I really enjoyed this review. I have been seeing a lot of binary trading scams online lately, seems maybe it is the trending scam at the moment?
Yeah, believe it or not these scams have been going for the last couple of years now but this one made me chuckle! Thanks for commenting Lynne.
That banjo guy is comedy gold, thinking of hiring him for something worthwile:)
Nicely written review, as you pointed out (and I checked) the site is as good for a laugh as your review about it. Well, a lot of these scam sites give me giggles because of the poor english and weird clips…
Keep up the good work 🙂
Hey Dave, thanks for your comment. Yeah this is a pretty funny set-up. The review is done to warn people about this scam, but I couldn’t help but laugh at this one!
Great review Andrew,
Great job on exposing another fraud website. You caught them red-handed with the fake actors and all.
When you see the standard gimmicks like the sexy lady with the checkered flag [who wouldn’t know the stock market from the fish market], then you know that this ain’t a serious site about the stock market.
I want to know why these cheaters aren’t prosecuted. At least you’re doing a good job to expose them, and I hope this gets to the first page of Google where they’ll be exposed in front of millions.
Its a complex web that these scammers use to make money, but one that is also quite a simple idea. The reason that these scams slip under the radar is because the tend to offer a “free” product. What happens is the Binary options site says that they are giving you a piece of free software but in order to make it function correctly you would need to register with their preferred binary broker. Since you get the software for free, you cant get a refund from the guys that set up the scammy website. And the scammers make their money when you use the software and deposit money into their preferred broker account in the form of a commission.
The people that set these things up are just affiliates of binary broker companies. The person being scammed can’t get a refund on the free software and can’t get a refund from the binary company because “investing” in options is basically like placing a bet at the bookies! There are money back guarantees. Binary options companies are largely unregulated and they don’t mind how they get your money, be it directly or via some fake software that’s been given away for nothing.
Thanks for your question!