The world has changed a lot over the years. Although it has always been so, still there has been a drastic change in attitude and the outlook. We are talking about the carnal nature of humans. As materialism has gripped us tighter, the more we have drifted apart from our contentment. Let us take the example of businesses and investments to drive home our point. Investments have the sole purpose of achieving profits. When you invest in Binary Options trading, your aim is to maximize the profits and minimize the investments. Any software which you find claims of fulfilling this goal is bound to attract attention. It’s a different story what percentage of the promises actually achieve fruition.
Today we bring to you our review of the Market Filter 3.1 software. This is a new entrant on the binary options trading scene, and we decided to test its authenticity. Stay with us for this entire review, and apart from finding out about the Market Filter software, you may learn a thing or two which may prove helpful for your future trading journey.
The Market Filter 3.1
The Market Filter 3.1 has been developed by Martin Foster. The software works on complete auto-pilot mode and is capable of generating enormous profits daily. It has been confidently stated in the video that an average $7,000 is guaranteed. He says that the user would make $291 every hour. Martin asserts that by the end of the first week of using the software itself, thousands of dollars would be sitting in our bank accounts. Another big claim is that one can withdraw the day’s earnings and it would be available in the checking account because of their express payout system.
Market Filter 3.1 allegedly works by filtering 98% of all the trades available in the markets in less than a twentieth of a second. This software filters out all the unfavorable and unpredictable trades and leaves just 2% premium trades open. All this ‘filtering’ is achieved in 1/20th of a second.
What’s interesting is that he claims to have made 40 people and their families as millionaires in a matter of a few months. According to Martin, while he is giving away the software for free to a handful few more, he knows that he could make over $5,00,000 to 1 million per license internationally. He claims that the only purpose of his free giveaway is to be able to test the speed of his software from all geographical locations. He says he is letting 50 more people work as program-testers for six months, after which he would announce the software available for international sale.
The ‘different’ thing about Martin’s background, in this case, is; as against all other software we have reviewed, he is the programmer here. He started working as a freelance programmer after graduating and when a big international bank asked him to make a program which could filter their database to speed up search times for dates, customer transactions and so on. This is when he leveraged his new software and modified it to work for trading and developed the Market Filter.
The other difference is that he has never been a market trader. But, his other family men have been traders, so in his sub-conscious mind, he did have a trading background for the talk of trading was very much present in the household. In the first year of developing Market Filter, he claims to have made $37,02,880 and his family collectively made over 10 million!
The Market Filter 3.1 is a SCAM!
For all of you who had not gone in detail about Market Filter and had just heard of the hype surrounding it, we have very diligently compiled all the lies served to us, as you read above. It is a shameless scam and has really seemed to have overdone the art of telling lies too! In our investigation, we have found out that this software is the same as used in another scam; the BinaTrust. We reviewed BinaTrust last month, and it was also a full-blown scam. Just a couple of color changes and the new and advanced Market Filter 3.1 is ready!
The software was purportedly being built for the bank; it’s said. Why would a big bank trust a freelancer to access their database? In all our knowledge, such contracts are offered to only reputable IT companies and that too through a bidding process. And what sense does this term ‘filtering the database’ make? Is it not equivalent to the quintessential ‘Search box’ we see in every software or application? The most important fact that should be understood by one and all reading this review is that the profit figures advertised are all lies. In an unpredictable realm of binary options trading, no one can accurately ‘predict’ his daily profits, and here the scammers are not hesitating in predicting it for months and years.
Who is Martin?
Well, a millionaire who has graduated college in the year 2009, that’s what Martin is right! Does he from any frame or profile, look that young? He is just an actor reading his script; that’s it. The funny gestures and faces he makes in the video; he doesn’t look like a programmer! Just check out the cheap, ill-fitted suit he is wearing, no offense but, it definitely doesn’t ‘suit’ a millionaire. Guess, the production house didn’t have the budget to afford that. Maybe, that’s the reason why we didn’t get to see lavish lifestyles, swanky cars or other stuff in the entire video. It seemed as if Martin has been glued in front of that screen purportedly setup to give an impression of Boston skyline.
When a scam menacingly surfaces, we try our level best to sound an alarm for you through our reviews. All the statistics and figures stated in the video or elsewhere on the website are purely fictional. They do not bear a resemblance to anything legit or practical we have seen in the real trading scenarios. Hope you have fully understood the truth behind the Market Filter software!