Ok, this must be the shitcoin of cryptocurrency trading robots. I am sorry to be as blunt but come on, this is yet another attempt to shove a lie down traders’ throats, another cash grab ruse that wants to make us believe we will be rich in no time. They don’t even bother to explain how, but we will supposedly make about $20,000 or more in just a few weeks, with a very small investment and without any need for trading knowledge. Sounds familiar? Sounds too good to be true? Let’s learn more about this auto-trading crypto robot.
What Is The CryptoApp and What Are The Red Flags
The exact way this software works is shrouded in mystery and in a veil of buzzwords. They advertise it as a one-stop-shop for all your trading software needs, a prediction tool that will tell you when to buy and sell but also which cryptocurrency to buy and sell.
Talking in absolutes (all your trading needs, guaranteed profits, etc.) is one of the first warning signs for all trading robots/software but there’s one more: the spots are limited to 250 so you will need to act fast in order to be among the elite who can get in. The classic way of pushing you to get into something without reading more about it: hey, if you stop and read an honest review of our software, you might get left out. Limited spots, you know…
Allegedly CryptoApp will make you a bunch of money in no time, without you needing to learn how to trade or to sit in front of your computer for hours, looking for good trades. Oh, goodie, we’ll be rich again! Claims like this one and the ones above are red flags and clear signs that you should stay away. Making a claim is all right as long as you back it up. I can say I have the perfect trading robot or software if that statement is immediately followed by some sort of proof. And by the way, by some sort of proof, I don’t mean fake testimonials or altered photos of bank accounts, which is all this CryptoApp software is offering.
The So-Called Proof
In order to make their claims seem legit, the people at CryptoApp show a picture of a fat bank account with deposits coming from Coinbase, which is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. But does that prove anything? Not at all. Such a picture can be easily found online or even faked using Microsoft Paint – you down even need Photoshop for that.
Then we have some screenshots of obviously fake testimonials and more talking about how easy you can make tons of money online with their simple software. And the whole sales pitch ends with some quotes – I guess we can call those testimonials as well – from frustrated people who say that CryptoApp is the greatest and it’s nothing like the other apps they’ve used, which lost money and got them broke. Bottom line, they don’t show any hard proof that the trading robot or software works.
Our Warning: Stay Away
Here at That Sucks, we strongly believe that CryptoApp is a scam and that it will not make you $20K in a few weeks or months and will not turn you into a millionaire. But as I said before, any claim must be sustained by hard evidence and we don’t have it. In other words, no member of our team has been personally scammed by this online trading robot. That being said, you have two options: you either believe us, a website that has been exposing scams since 2012, or you believe someone claiming to make you a millionaire in no time, with no trading experience needed. Choices, choices…