Zero Risk Trading Review
Zero Risk Trading was allegedly started by Brad Robbins, who claims to have used his system to generate over $600k in profits over 3 months. He also claims that the software has an 81.3% winning ratio, which is clearly not zero risk. However, the ‘zero risk’ portion of his system comes from the claim that he will give you $500 of his own money to trade with. What a generous fellow.
So is Zero Risk Trading really a zero risk form of trading or just another robot with false promises? See our answer below.
Software: 100% Automated
Max Returns: Up to 88%
Minimum Deposit: $250
Countries: All nations
- Misleading information
- Unbelievable claims
- Defunct website
Not Reliable Service
What is Zero Risk Trading?
As we have said time and time again, there is absolutely no such thing as ‘zero risk trading’, whether that ‘zero risk’ comes from an absurdly high winning ratio or in this case supposedly trading with someone else’s money. Just to clear the air about Brad’s supposed great deal, the $500 that he offers is nothing but a simple bonus offered by most binary options brokers.
If you’re new to binary options, those bonuses can seem very enticing; up to an additional 100% on top of the money you deposit? Who wouldn’t take a deal like that? But like anything, there’s always a catch, and when it comes to broker bonuses the catch comes in three words: ‘Terms and Conditions’.
And the usual associated terms and conditions is that you will not be able to withdraw your bonus AND your deposit until you meet a certain minimum trading amount. That minimum trading amount is usually set at a multiplier of your combined bonus and deposit amount.
So that proves that ‘Brad’ (who by the way, only exists as a stolen/stock photo and a voiceover actor), is playing fast and loose with the truth; the $500 is not something that is provided by him but by his partner broker. And no, you won’t be able to withdraw it (or your initial deposit) as you please.
Also, there is zero explanation as to how his Zero Risk Trading robot actually works. Of course, that is to be expected because everything about this robot screams blatant false advertising. Their promotional video itself is the lowest budgetary tier of these fake robots: nothing but a cheap voiceover actor and some images. They don’t even have the budget to hire Fiverr actors to give fake testimonials!
And as for claims of being able to make over $600k in 3 months from binary options trading using a minimum $250 deposit? You’ll have a better chance of winning the lottery a dozen times in a row.
So, let’s be clear on one thing: while the name of the robot is Zero Risk Trading, you definitely will be taking on risk, quite a lot of it in fact, and that alleged $500 bonus will not make that risk go away.
How Does it Work?
Zero Risk Trading works in the same way that all these falsely advertised binary options robots work – by making affiliate commissions for their creators. Once you fund your trading account with their partner broker, their partner broker cuts them a nice affiliate check. And all of this happens before you even start using the robot!
Why do you think these robots are free? First, because you don’t have to pay for them, they can avoid being directly called scams. This also avoids any legal recourse back to them; after all, it was free! And second, as we know, everybody loves free stuff, so that’s just one tactic they use to lure you in.
The brokers these robot creators partner with are in most cases, not regulated at all and in more than a few cases, our research showed a high number of complaints posted against them all over the Internet. Common allegations against such brokers were high pressure ‘account managers’ (more like salesmen really) who traded away all their clients’ money, plus arbitrary withholding of withdrawals.
In our case, the Zero Risk Trading website is now defunct so we were unable to be redirected to any broker. As is par for the course with these robots, most of them are usually short-lived due to sites like ours continually exposing them. This is also the reason why so many of these robots are ‘recycled’.
Zero Risk Trading is not zero risk at all, and is just another falsely advertised binary options robot. You don’t have to use some lame robot to get a broker bonus; just be aware of the associated terms and conditions. Don’t bother signing up with this one.
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