Quantum Code Scam

Quantum Code SCAM Review

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Today we will talk about another “funny” scam still going on which is Quantum Code Scam.

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The Quantum Code Scam is no different from the other scams. It’s just another typical binary options scam that tries to trap innocent binary options traders having no idea of what they are doing.

The scam is targeted to the traders that have little to no experience with binary options and scams.

  • The Quantum Code website is relatively new. They are using fake icons with antivirus trying to make you believe that their website is safe & secure.


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  • They are also putting fake banners with “184 peoples on this page” and “1 VIP spots available” to make you think that their website is famous and that you are so LUCKY that 1 vip spot is left and you should hurry to catch it.



  • Fake promises. Telling you that from $250 you can make $50,000 a week. No such safe & reliable auto trading software can achieve this with such a small deposit. So what about a fake scam lying software such Quantum Code ?


Quantum Code Scam


  • The Quantum Code Scam is claiming that they are making  profits since 2006 are impossible as this software didn’t even exist back then, not only that, but if it had been as successful as they claim, we would have heard about it by now. There is zero proof, zero transparency, and zero chance of profits.




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  • The CEO, Michael Crawford is a fake name. He is an actor used for others promotional videos just like that “Robert” later on the video.


Quantum Code Actor


  • Fake testimonials: You will notice that his “genius technician” is another actor, that you may know under the name of Austin Ford, from the Snapcash binary scam.


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The Quantum Code Scam is just another scam which you should avoid at all cost.



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  • Richard says:

    thanks for the review !!

  • Kim LeBlanc says:

    I was bored at work and flipping around on youtube… kinda got caught up in the 30 minute video…WOW what a greedy world we live in…Is there no shame? !!! Fortunately I am in my 59th year…(not my first rodeo) take care ya’ll, Kimbo

    • No shame. Those guys are scams artist and they don’t have any remorse !

      • danesh says:

        good day

        i am so shocked and disappointed.
        i invested and have not heard anything.
        i emailed everyday and nothing.

        i cannot believe i did such a stupid thing.
        i wish i could get my money back.
        i have contacted my bank and they will investigate.will they be successful ???

        gosh i still can’t believe what i did

      • satwik kumar says:

        I would have done it.
        I went up to sign up and in my laptop something command file opened.
        will it harm anything???

        • Cherryann says:

          Hi.. i was able to sign up and they called me immediately i was start believing them and then i give my atm account no.. please what will i do?

          • Larry says:

            I would try cancelling your bank card and block that transaction somehow. I would contact your bank and explain to them what has happened to you. be truthful to them and explain that it is a scam. that’s the only thing I can see trying.

  • Pete says:

    i have someone calling me back tomorrow, so the first question from me is, “Do you have a valid broker license?” Then my next question will be, “How do I get my $293 back?” Luckily, I’m not broke, but I will post his response after tomorrow.

    • Gavin says:

      Surely the first question was do you have a valid brokers licence before investing money? If they don’t then that money is gone!

  • Lanie says:

    to good…to be true… “IT’S ALL ABOUT TECHNOLOGY” ?????

  • yonas measho says:

    I tried this with 300 uros and all my money was gone in 3 days .
    please keep your money in to your pockets this is all scam.

  • Dr W Posnett Lynas von Trips says:

    I have $27,367,500 USD from a public company I sold. i want in a somewhat speculative INVESTMENT
    I am interestd in Quantum Codes. I believe there is a licensed trading broker involved, if not, I AM OUT OF THERE.

    • Elisa says:

      so many money, you should give me some of your money doc.

    • Marthin Elliot Geingob says:

      I’m a Namibian citizen who wanted to trade with quantum but after all this warnings am not sure, for your part invest in Namibia, let’s start a company there are investment opportunities.

  • paul says:

    Thanks for your reviews 🙂

  • John I. Bumagat AKA PAKARZO N. JUAN says:

    Thank you for your information about Quantum Code Scam.

  • Lawrence Ng says:

    Hi There. How i wish to read your article just one day earlier. I signed up yesterday and deposited USD 300 with a UK broker last night ( Singapore time ) whom Guantum Codes apparently work with,i requested to cancel the account and refund my moneys since i discovered it is a scam. I have sent three emails to the UK broker and a withdraw notice but not a single reply so far.

    So guys, be aware.

    Lawrence Ng

    • Haffi says:

      I wish I saw this forum a few months back they got me for 250$ a money wich I could have used for food or other things. thankfully for me at a turn of a month I go back to 0 on all my expeces not that I have good income it is just how I look at things, when a new month comes I recalibrate my expenses.

  • Paul says:

    I got a call from them , luckyly i didnt have any money , they told me i should give them a call when i get money , am i in trouble , i just got the call , and i signed up , but i didnt gave them any credit card info..

  • Marcelle says:

    I figured it was a scam because why was Tasha not a millionaire, but instead still working as a private stewardess! And all the staff in his office, why aren’t they millionaires traveling the world! Scam all over!!

    • Ray says:

      I though it was a scam for the same reason. Why doesn’t poor old Tasha have her own private jet, or was that hers on the runway when they land? Furthermore, where in hell did they find ‘Robert’ the supposed English guy? I live live in Britain, and can assure you, to quote Tony Curtis spoofing Cary Grant in ‘Some Like It Hot’ – “nobody tawks like that”!

    • x says:

      Thought the same and was convinced when both the terrible English and Australian actors spoke I knew then it wasn’t legitate. Anyone who speaks Australian and English THAT BADLY must be scammers. With all their wealth they should be able to cast better actors at least!
      Obviously had trouble doing the South African accent!

      • Nouler says:

        I’m South African & yeah it’s a bad accent LMAO

      • Larry says:

        I’m not Australian nor English but i figured that out. They sounded horrendous. lol. You know what I feel bad for the people that got taken on this scam and they all should be criminally charged and then sued. They should be held accountable for the people they have scammed. How can they not find the people behind this scam. somebody is not doing there job. can you imagine all the people around the world that didn’t see this page on this being a scam. karma’s a bitch trust me. the pricks hide behind a computer and prey on people will have there day i hope.

    • Rima says:

      I thought the same thing too
      They haven’t emailing me for some days now and I don’t remember me signing up on their website..Thank God I didn’t do something stupid

    • Michael says:

      haha. i figured the same

  • Johnny Five says:

    Total Scam. There is no such thing as a free lunch. If it sounds too good to be true it is. WARNING Do not fall into the trap and do not deposit any money.

  • Anna Smith says:

    Oh great I fell for it. I have them phoning me back tonight and have already made my deposit. It is through Binary Uno? I am not the brightest and now I have no idea how I am going to get my money back? Should I trade with the deposit I have already made and just not put anymore money in. I am so disappointed in myself. I really wanted to try and make some money to provide for my family. Great what do I do now?

    • Haffi says:

      you can try to get a win but in the end they make sure you lose all your money in the end. I was able to play with my 250$ deposit for a month or so but in the end they make sure you get a loss to many times.

      • Larry says:

        I’m not Australian nor English but i figured that out, they sounded horrendous. lol. You know what, I feel bad for the people that got taken on this scam and they all should be criminally charged and then sued. They should be held accountable for the people they have scammed. How can they not find the people behind this scam. somebody is not doing there job. Can you imagine all the people around the world that didn’t see this page on this being a scam. karma’s a bitch trust me. The pricks hide behind a computer and prey on people, they will have there day, i hope.
        “””””””CAN YOU IMAGINE”””””””
        I looked at The Quantum Code video and they have gotten 805,098 views, just on Facebook.
        “”””””” “CAN YOU IMAGINE””””””””
        STAGGERING 5% OUT OF 805,098 VIEWS = 40,254.90 investors equals $10,063,725.00
        “””””””CAN YOU IMAGINE””””””””
        EVEN if 2 AND A 1/2 % OF THE 805,098 VIEWS INVEST,
        THAT WOULD BE $5,031,862.50

        Can you imagine, that’s a lot of money from hard working innocent hard working people. This makes me sick to my stomach and there has to be something someone can do. Can you imagine even if they get caught, they might do a year in jail. Think about it ,they do a year in jail and then they get out and get $10,000,00.00 dollars when they get out, not a bad gig. You know what sucks, is that, 90% of the people that got scammed were probably like me, good honest hard working people that couldn’t afford it but did it and prayed for a miracle. What sucks as well is we all did it, knowing in the back of our minds that it probably is a scam but just prayed that it was somehow legit. You know what sucks is that if were not getting screwed by the capitalist pigs, being the government, Insurance companies, and then we have the Taxes we pay everyday on hour pay cheque’s,and everyday purchases, you get the point. I wish i didn’t have a conscious lol anyway I wish you all the best

  • G.W says:

    Jan:4th, 2017 .8.30 pm I clicked on an email saying that I have 2500 US dollars to be cleared as free payment. To my amazement there came Quantum Code video Michael Crawford giving his scenario. I have seen this few times before, after applying giving my details, ended up with two brokers, they don’t support this software, but if needed to use that, quantum code support team has to be contacted. Similar thing happened to day, but bit wiser not to put an deposit. What a world we live in?

  • Jun Alterado says:

    I thought it was all lifetime free, why deposit $250.0 min?

  • Jun Alterado says:

    I thought its all lifetime free, why deposit $250.0 min?

    • Atsu says:

      They are thieves and robbers.I suspected it from the way he was talking about everything free and now asking for deposit

  • abdullah malik says:

    are the trading sites in this page which come in top brokers and top trading robot good or bad meaning usable or scam
    can I use them

  • nd says:

    it was a big scam i almost went for it their request for my card pin made me to hv a rethink and do a check on google

  • Lab says:

    yea they almost got me too i say let me check here too for review and see before

  • Yokonia Bright says:

    i thought it was free as micheal said again have to deposit ome money so i cant understand the deal behind that

  • Kristina says:

    I am so glad I decided to do another google search just on this company. I came across them from a website http://www.top10binaryrobots.com They review multiple companies. I actually signed up for OrionCode. They claimed you could deposit $250 but when then the broker called from a NY number and said minimum deposit was $1000. The broker was CToption.com. Since I first missed the call I tried to call back but it said the number was disconnected so I started to think this was a scam. I told him I don’t have $1000 and did nothing. But now my interest is peaked and if there is truly a system in place to make good money I am interested. On this website they also talk about Centument2.0 and I almost signed up tonight but when I tried to register it said no broker available for your region. So, glad I found you.. I think.. Hopefully your site is legit as it claims. The website that lead me these companies also claimed that they were not a scam as well… Just scary… But Thanks for the information

  • Fernanda Ferreira says:

    Thank you, very useful. They approached me by email saying about a remote working opportunity. I tried to see how far they would go. I hit the e-mail link, accessed the video and when I got to the credit card details I quit. After MOBE and Quantum, I am becoming a scam expert. Best of luck!

    • Ruud Terschegget says:

      I also quit when i came by the information about a creditcard, which i don’t have 😉

    • Moisés Rivera says:

      Witch one is real seriously people. Everyone said is legít and everyone fight through another one. This means no one is real, no one is legít and no one care about people only themself.

  • Jolene Oberholzer says:

    You know, I must admit, I nearly fall for it. I was looking for a flexible job that I could work from home so I came across quantum and I thought that this is it but til I saw that I have to deposit $250 then I it started to discourage me. They called me the same day and said they could help me yet I couldn’t deposit (seems to me luckily) because I don’t have that kind of amount. So they emailed me and keep on calling me and even Michael email me by introducing a new app that I could claim but I didn’t respond to it. So now what should I do to prevent them by contacting me?

  • Chadwick says:

    Thanks for letting me know. i was just in the middle of singing up for it. until i got to the part where i had to deposit money. and i was like he just said no credit card required. so i searched it up if it was a scam. ik there are suff out there that are true but it’s never free and they let you know that. besides i should of known it was a scam as soon as he said he loves money 😀


    Many thanks all of you guys for sharing your views on the Quantum Code and its software’s.I nearly fell for it after watching the video of Micheal Crawford.And i made up my mind to sign up with the Quantum Code.Thank God i decided to go with the reviews first.After reading the reviews,really what a world we live in?No value to the humanity.

    • Richard bollenbaugh says:

      maybe somebody should do something about this , like go find this person and talk to him. what do you think.

      • Haha wouldn’t that be funny because…..you’d be looking for an actor and get absolutely nowhere!! They’re all actors, Google them I did, everyone y’all saw on that video is an actor!!
        I’m just sayin

        • Brian says:

          They still know what there doing and should be held accountable.

          • Colin Laidler says:

            What I don’t understand is the Entertainment agencies these “actors” are registered with don’t seem to have figured out what is going on or the actors themselves would seem to be unaware. I cant believe that a legitimate Actor or Agent does not know what is going on, unless they are braindead. I have work with many entertainment agencies in the past , from the big ones, i.e. Famous Artists in NYC, Creative Artists in Los Angeles & William Morris in NYC & London in addition to the little known agents in different companies that might handle musicians/vocalists or groups that were big years ago but now not profitable enough for big guys so they have to register with anyone that will represent them, for example 10 or so years ago I dealt with an agent based in Yorkshire, UK , his office was above a Pub, as he was currently handling Suzy Quattro, a very big name in the 70/80’s and a regular on tv in Happy Days. Are these people in the video’s for Quantum actually actors, maybe that’s a question that should be put to the agent representing them, at the very least it would stop further involvement, as with scams like this it might be a little embarrasing and make peoples 1st thought to be scam when it is notices that Mike Crawford seems to have had a face lift !!!

  • andrew says:

    Thank you all,
    for the novice who knows little about this very valuable info

  • andrew says:

    can anyone actually recommend and honest one thats not a scam that works

  • Eileen says:

    I was thinking about it but I don’t even have 250.00! I am glad I googled them and read everything everyone was saying about it being a scam. Thank you everyone!! Thank God for being there for me and helping me to google and finding out about this scam. So many scams out there!!

    • Goitsemang Kgatitsoe says:

      If this is true then I am glad I did research before investing with them. I was doing some research and I came across it, I was keen on investing but I’m glad there is confirmation of the company being a scam, I really thought it was genuine. Thank you God for your protection!!!
      What do I do if I have registered with them? I was thinking of reversing the registration when they call again then notifying my bank about this to get more advise on how to protect my investments.

  • I make quite a bit on money working online from home with a legit program (not binary options) but like to keep my cash flow options open. I was impressed with the Quantum Code presentation, but enough red flags popped up that I checked it out with you guys and others. Thank you so much. In the course of my investigation, I read some really sad stories of people that allowed themselves to be swept away in the emotional dream of overnight riches and invested money that they couldn’t afford to lose. It is heart wrenching. I am curious about binary options trading and welcome your recommendations for honest resources. I’ll continue my research into this, meanwhile I’ll content myself with the more realistic cash system that, while not making 50,000 dollars a week, does generate a real 5,000+ per week while giving me the satisfaction of being able to help others do the same.

    • Jay says:

      I noticed your comment on the review section of binary scam advice, you mentioned a legit way to earn money, would you mind sharing that info? I have been looking for a way to earn good money online, as I’m disabled and unable to work, my benefits are a joke. I was tempted when it was claimed they didn’t require a penny, luckily my phone died, so I came here to check its authenticity, glad I didn’t go ahead. Thanks in advance.


  • Pinias says:

    Eish that quantum shit I can see now, its really a scam. Almost went down for it today. They called me today, told me so many stories and then he asked me I had $250 but fortunately I told him that I dont have it then he was disappointed. Thanks for the infor guys.

  • Joel Weste says:

    Samo here, no money here. Wish & Hope does not outweigh checking reviews FIRST ALWaYS check history… Trying to bring money home. Hurry & throw down is being fleeced & hustled. Thanks for the reviews….Priceless…….$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ JW.

  • christopher says:

    i am so happy to have gone through the commentary and replies of people here.i believeall every body cant be fooled at the same time.it quantum thing is created from persistent greed.its written all over them,a good product does not need too much persuasion as thiers.i am grateful. thanks alot,

  • David Jorgensen says:

    I was stooped enough to end up wasting about $3,000 dollars trying it and Orion code, seem to be the same. My wife is not a happy camper.
    When you get to the brokers they always say there is no such thing.
    Dave J

  • Martin says:

    It’s a scam. The Facebook profile reviews are fake. Try finding them and u will fail.

  • Well boys you are not alone I to made the same stupid mistake of giving them $500. of my hard earned money I feel so stupid. Well live and learn. I guess is the lesson here.

  • Nhlanhla says:

    Thank God I read this before depositing my last money

  • OLA says:

    I just trade to deposit £250 and it didn’t go through because I only had a debit visa card. Thank God it didn’t I would have lost my money.

  • OLA says:

    After putting it to them that I don’t trust them anymore. This was their response. What do you think?
    Dear Ola, Just because you have found some bad reviews it does not mean that they are true.
    Every big company has bad reviews , but that does not mean that all of them are true.
    You should think about this ; why all the big companies like; Apple , Facebook , VIsa , MasterCard , Google and many other are working with us ?

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  • Maurice Simpson says:

    I’m so glad I looked into this I nearly fell in to there scam. As soon as it asked for bank details I knew straight away it didn’t feel right. Glad I found this for clarification it’s a scam

    • Colin Laidler says:

      My clue to it being a scam was the fact that at no point was I asked for my address, by either Quantum Code or their broker PWRTrade… This should be one of the 1st questions if not the No.1 question asked, a legitimate company would do as certainly in the UK regulated legitimate companies have to comply with the Money Laundering regulations & more recently
      The Investing For Terrorism Act. If they don’t comply and get caught there is a huge fine imposed which in a good number of cases could effectively put a company out of business if the fine was high enough..

  • Joan says:

    Great stuff keep up the good work. JP

  • Tina dilloway says:

    I made it, I got in!! Thank God I couldn’t get passed step 2. If it sounds too good to be true, well then it most definitely is!! Why would he give it away for free? I don’t care how much money anybody has they still ain’t gonna give anything for free there will always be a catch somewhere, somehow, someway and you most definitely won’t be the getting anything for free w/o some cost!!!

  • frankie says:

    binaryuno are also a scam i wish they were shut down i lost thousands

    • I Agree Binary Uno are a total scam, they gave me back my £400 which i had deposited, but then Zero my account which had £12875 which i had accumaleted after successful trades that i had made. when i asked. to withdraw £4000. They had no right to do this.

  • Vitale says:


    Read about the scam but already view the video very tempted but I’m with another platform a regulated one. Might look into your autotrade one.

  • ciku says:

    Thank god i didnt make any payment.250 is a big amount for people like me.thanks all for the review

  • Dave says:

    I sure am glad my credit card wouldn’t work! I did deposit $250. Now they won’t reply back on how to get my money back. This is a scam for sure. The scammers are dinerolibre.com. That what showed when I deposited money. Got a call from NY but they are in Singapore. SCAM! Sure am glad my credit card didn’t work! I would have lost $1000.

  • Chris says:

    Why is there always people wanting to rip off some else. Have they no knowledge of how such a thing can turn out. I am now in a position where many would not like to be – flat broke and bills to pay. Luckily I did not invest in this so-called quantum bs. Must say mr crawford is quite a good actor for quantum, but not in real life.

  • Naomi says:

    Wow!! am I glad I checked them out before signing up with them. Thank u guys for sharing ur stories.

  • Itumeleng says:

    They almost got me too, I was about to deposit the money today but I filled in my banking details will that be a problem? Will they be able to take money from my account?? Which of the softwares can a person invest in

  • Itumeleng says:

    They almost got me too, I was about to deposit the money today but I filled in my banking details will that be a problem? Will they be able to take money from my account?? Which of the softwares can a person invest in

  • Caz says:

    I watched the video with amusement and as someone said, why are Tasha and Sergei working for him when they could be sunning themselves in the Bahamas and drinking cocktails with their private jets parked up at the nearest airport? lol!
    I’m British and a Londoner, when good old Roger appeared wearing his dicky bow tie…..well that was it for me! his was the best comedy acting I have seen! lol!!! an English accent with South African undertones!! loooools!!
    Truth be told, there are no get rich quick schemes and never will be, sadly there are scammers all over the world that use the internet to make money for themselves only.
    My advice….if you see a get rich quick offer online, look at what you have around you, your family, your children and your home, is it really worth risking all that for?? the answer is no.

  • Smart says:

    Quatum code is a scam? Cant believe d testimonies am getting on this platform I was three quater way fell for it, already made entries on all my info, just nearly to get my state’s zip code on google search online was where i got this vital info that they are all team of scammers. Thank God my $250 dollar didn’t sink..

  • Fahim says:

    I made an mistake.I signned up but didn’t invest any money.Now my Question is how to delete that account? They also called me said he is from new york but the call was from austria.

  • Fahim says:

    Lol just now I tried to log into their site.And it says invaild user name and password.Want proof.I can post screenshot.

  • Liina says:

    Guys, Guys, be reasonable if you are adults !!!

    Stay AWAY from any site or company that would ask you to provide your CREDIT CARD DETAILS !

    Descent companies would accept ANY form of payment – e.g, PayPal, Bank transfer, etc.

    FRAUD sites would ask you for your credit card info and once given away, they can make any payment they wish, until your credit funds are gone to ZERO !
    First thing when somebody asks you directly for your Credit Card details – WALK AWAY IMMEDIATELY !!!

  • Liina says:

    For those, who did or would make the mistake and take Quantum-Scam for real…

    1) This “Mr Michael Crawford” claims that years ago he was working for a company, creating the same software and then all of a sudden he decided to work for himself…

    – Ha-ha-ha. Nobody, I repeat nobody, has succeeded in doing that, because when you start working on something like that for a company, you SIGN legal documents about intellectual properties and keeping your mouth shut for in case you decide to leave the company, otherwise… bad thing happen to NAUGHTY boys and girls! And there is no joke about this. It’s a well established legal issue. So here is the first LIE of MR.CRAWFORD!

    2) He is not very intelligent at his lies at all, because he says that he did not know much about trading ??? You guys around still don’t get it? Let me explain then – A guy who claims he can write software for such field, must be definitely very familiar, almost an expert with the issue. How can you create or build a car if you know nothing about mechanics? Doesn’t this still ring some of your bells???

    3) As other participants in this forum also pointed out – why “Dasha” is not a millionaire herself. Poor girl! She does not even talk next to such a rich guy, full of breaking-heart stories about sharing his fraud secrets of getting rich overnight…

    4) No honest trader in the world would ask his customer about his/her Credit Card Details.
    Everyone that has a Bank Card has been has been advised by the Bank to NOT SHARE PINs, CVV/CVR or other card details, but seems that NOBODY wants to listen to what the Banks say…
    Secure payments can be done via PayPal and nowadays via 5-6 more institutions.
    Sure, you can still pay some amount and get nothing in return, but at least, and this is very important – you do not give him the WHOLE CREDIT CARD in the hands!
    Because that “Registration” page is exactly what they are trying to still from you –
    NOT ONLY $250, but ALL YOUR CREDIT CARD DETAILS. From here, when you realize what a foolish thing you have done, there will be only one exit – Pay all the money they spent on behalf of you (Not by you!) back to the Bank with the interest, close this account and get a new card with a different number! Which is fair from a bank point of view, because it was your personal decision to give all your Card details to a completely unknown person, acting as a “Mr Millionaire” who managed to convince you that he is real.

    To finalize:
    Would you give your card PIN at a bank machine to a stranger in the street?
    You would most certainly ask me – “Are you crazy?”
    Well, then what gives you the reason to entrust to a such extent a completely casual person on the Internet, just because he show you a colorful movie and say “Trust me”?
    Are you insane ??? No offense, just feeling very bad about people that are in real need of means and such crooks taking chances of them.
    You can get the official Info – THERE IS NOT SUCH MILLIONAIRE PERSON or such company in the UK. They never existed.
    But they have a very large network in many countries and they will phone you the very next minute until… they succeed to “Fry” you completely!

    As a bank expert, my advise is – DO NOT GIVE YOUR CARD DETAILS to anybody !!!
    Shop on-line, but use reputable companies or banks for the payment, NEVER directly!
    If the supplier insists about having your full card information, please NOTE, that this is ILLEGAL in terms of trade and no official trader much less an honest one, would ever do it !

    Having the card number, full name and the CVV code at the back is all you need to use the credit card for any payment. Even an alien can use your card if he has this information.
    That’s it. So if you made the mistake already, go to your bank, stop the card by closing this account and open another one. The bank will do it for you, It is not so difficult.
    Or else – be prepared to meet the expenses they will make on behalf of you, until all your credit is gone.

  • Lin Manning, in England says:

    Hi. I did watch part of the video. The so-called English guy was no more English than I am a Martian! That alerted me because he sounded like Dick Van Dyke playing a chimney sweep in the film Mary Poppins!!!

  • KeL says:

    Hi Folks,
    Lucky me 👌🏻 Happened to surfed and came across this QuantumCode link.. Out of curiosity, signed in their link and left my mobile number .. immediately , I was contacted by some guy who started chatting and trying to convince me to sign up, I tested him by saying I wanted to find out more .. his reply, I am here, who would know more ?
    What kind of corporate would “stop’ potential client from obtaining feedback ?
    Immediately sensed there are Scammers !
    Fortunately, I did not explore further 🙏🏻🙏🏻

  • The Quantum Code Scam got me. When signing up they sent me to CToptions where they were suppossed to “Handle” my account while Quantum Code ran its software. CToption “manager” called and offered to double my investment and said to let them handle it, then if they did well to invest more money. Initially they “showed me” a gain in my account. And asked for more money. I said I was out of town and needed to review, They requested agressivly again several times in the next few weeks then no communication at all. I checked the account and saw it was falling and requested just my initial investment back to withdraw which was less than what was in the account and they never replied. Checked my account last week looking for more contact info and it was down to .91! Preying on the hopes of innocent people looking for a break is the ultimate low. Sucks it was a scam. It hurt, but lesson learned.


    Is it not possible to brought these scammers under investigation and punishment for their blatant fraud?

    • Brian says:

      the law has not caught up to people like this yet.

      they are professional fraudsters, do it for a living.

      As soon as it smelt sus, I did a “whois” on their domain.


      the alarm bells (the ones that hadnt already started chiming) are with the “Administrative contact ID, Name, Organisation, etc.

      All Proxy registered, which means via an anonymous computer, no ID, no contact details, etc.

      Do the same “dig deep” lookup for Google.com, and you have email addresses linking back to google, you have contact phone numbers that actually ring, you have an admin email, even the registrant organisation is Google Inc.

      We do it for Telstra.com.au as this is Australia’s largest communications company (I am actual aussie, not like the fake aussie sort of accent from the english caller), you have the Registrant ID as their business ABN Number, this is able to be traced, the company is Telstra Corporation Ltd, so all legit, no proxy sign-ups.

      All fake, all garbage, all scam.

      If you have given them any details, but yet to have been charged, contact your bank or financial institute IMMEDIATELY, and have the cards locked. Inform the bank of your honest mistake and ask for them to issue new cards, new numbers, etc. You might get a small fee, but it’s better than being cleaned out!!!!

  • Rick Schofield says:

    I can’t believe the law allows these video scams to continue. If everyone who joined made millions, millions of others must have lost…money doesn’t grow on trees.

  • Kaley says:

    what can a person do if they already spoke with this company and gave card numbers to them?

    • Evelyn says:

      Don’t trust what you see, even salt looks like sugar….
      You said it all Nicholas…Going after the most venerable, is the ultimate low!
      When something looks too good to be true, it’s just that…

      A bunch of devils playing a con job.

  • Steve says:

    almost fell for it myself…. got the feeling something wasn’t right by the fake accents especially the Australian, God!!
    gave my details and was phoned almost immediately by Emily Rae in London apparently, I was clever enough to ask her why she hadn’t invested and why she was working on such a beautiful day… her flakey answer was enough…. and her desires to pass me to the finace department to get my credit card details…..how do the actors live with themselves? let alone the scammers….. they continue to call… I’ve now blocked their numbers. Vermin.

  • Thank You for the heads up! When anything comes across my desk anymoreg I don’t even read them, I just run them by you 1st, hear your invaluable detailed explanation of how the Scam works and do a quick 180. So thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, you’ve saved me lots of what would have hours of wasted time! You are a Gentleman and a scholar to
    Julian Wondolowski

  • T. Segokotlo says:

    Thank you very much for this alert. Actually it’s too good to be true.

  • Thanks for this site guys I went and entered all my info into the site and then I wanted to checkout if this is really legit or not and found this site realizing this is a scam so I cancelled my credit card and told my bank not to approve and withdraw from my card.

  • Maria says:

    Wow, I almost fell for the scam, what caught my eye was all the testimonials.. too good to be true and i decided to check more into it. I am lucky to have read all these comments. Thank you all for sharing your experiences.

  • Oh God! Thank you for all reviews so good for me i don’t have enough $250USD on my card because they call me and ask me if i have that, and i said no sorry i don’t have money that’s why i join to this site and he quickly turn-off his call 😀 Crazy!! but my question is i already gave my Card Numbers and my info before i leave there, it is my savings account? how can i prevent to them? Thank you so much, i hope you someone can reply my message

  • Douglas Scally says:

    Absolutely amazing what lengths people will go to to rob others. Even actors such as Jason Glick will perform a role which surely makes him complicit in the scam. He should be arrested. A little more information about this scam. There are two supposed trading companies involved MGM Trader and Trader2Get. Interesting that they are operated by the same company Fernhills Business Center Foerster Chambers, but, if you speak to Quantum people, they will tell you that they do not deal with Trader2Get. Also all transactions go through an electronic store in Tianjin, China.
    Obviously they are well organized, beware everybody

  • Marty says:

    I have learned from this video that I never want to fly in a private jet, as my head would bang against the inside of it!

  • ihatebadsucker says:

    This is a scam. Please do not donate your hard-earn money!!! I had encountered similar video from Binary Uno.. promising software called Zulander Hack .. after you signed up with 250USD… There is NO software!!!! This bastard will call you every day spoke professional and ask for more deposit $$.. initially they will make a Winning trade for you. After that more money they want… The TRUE BEST part the hidden Trick was here !!! you can NEVER full withdrawal your money listen carefully !!! NOT the Winning money NOT even A single cent from your own capital… When they know you not going to deposit anymore they will start to LOSS your money away so you can deposit more!! What you see on the website is a fake trading account their internal system make you feel it the real thing. the money is fake.

    This guy was good enough to disgust themselves on multiple platforms like yahoo advertisement ..and link to the same place.Binary Uno. http://www.binaryuno.com

    more here:

    Dont feed this fucker bastard !! go to hell if you see my post bastard …

  • Sean says:

    I almost got hoodwinked by this until I saw the dodgy English bloke and the auzzie guy was reading from an auto cue, you could see his eyes moving as he was reading it. Then I got dozens of phone calls from someone who couldn’t pronounce my name and sounded like she was from India or Pakistan. Almost got me but not quite, close though. I’m glad I looked at this site, thanks

  • Jeckcelly Henry says:

    When I read all the infomation I was realy shock.But thanks for the information.They ask for my account bank number and I gave them the account that I never used again.

  • Chris says:

    I nearly got scammed by these guys today – the aggressive nature of asking for my card details really put me off and I ended the conversation. All legit trading companies will give you the option to open a live account and deposit when you are ready to trade live so I was put off by their demand for the details on my card. Then I checked them out on line and found these reviews. These guys are crooks. I have blocked their number registered in South Wales Australia.

  • Chris Amen says:

    As the video started I sensed it was a scam but I somewhat believed it was true. But I was suspicious again when she couldn’t contact the South African lady and then saying she had sent him a snapshot of her account. And how on earth will a $250 yield a profit of over $2000 in an hour! . He promised it was free and he can start trading even if you had no money then why should deposit an amount. These people are totally scammers. One of the actors said he borrowed that amount from friends. And Michael called people from almost all continent. He himself was in America, called Cindy in Africa, Robert in Europe and the guy in Australia. I nearly fell for it. Thanks I didn’t have a visa/mastercard. Even moreso finding this article because I nearly called my bank to request for a visa/MasterCard. Total scammers

  • Alex says:

    I am generally guided by the following principles before making decisions:
    1. Are the promised profits realistic? What makes the return higher than the humanly average profits? Too high returns are normally a bait….
    2. No sweat, no gain. Hard work is a must have ingredient to being successful.
    3. When someone keeps telling you that they are not benefiting from a business transaction, be suspicious: There is nothing like a free lunch.
    4. There is something about time. I treat suspiciously everything that promises riches in hours or overnight – you wake up and already you are in different league. Life is not that simple, unless of course if you win the lotto.

    But then I am an accountant and perhaps too risk averse.

  • Edwina says:

    If they really wanted to convince people, why choose actors with such dodgey accents? Surely there are enough true British or Australians in America that they could have found to act these parts! Ridiculous!

  • Irene says:

    Glad I read this before investing any money in this scam… They almost got me

  • moom says:

    Of course there is no system that always wins and “near quantum speed” is a meaningless term…. OTOH the video is saying that they are giving the software away for free, but of course you need some money to make trades with… So saying it is free and then asking for money is actually the least scammy part of the whole thing 🙂

  • Denny says:

    Guy says its his personal Jet… Its owned by the company shown above the hangar doors at the opening of the spiel. Google Sun Quest Jets and there is the citation used in this parody. If you were rich as shite, surely you would get a jet that allowed you some head room.

  • Nyakoojo Silver Araali says:

    What about the so so called brokers who then frequently call asking Visa card details in order to activate the so called trading account. Who places these adverts on Google or Fb. Don’t Binary options Company ask for bank details. It’s the one you recommend.

  • Mary Ziegler says:

    I hadn’t even filled in the credit card details when I got a call from some Indian sounding person in Sydney wanting my card details, said a Visa person would also be on the line to verify my card and authenticity. He tried the scam of “quick, we’re only taking 20 people” and then I stopped – heard that before!!! Rip off Artist!

  • kris says:

    Hi guys,
    Beware, give this a miss. I just registered with these guys and up comes a company called 23 Traders. The call comes out of London, however this company is registered in Bulgaria. It is a complete scam, They want your information and credit card details, none of which i gave them and promptly ended the call. Beware.

  • Pete says:

    The Australian guy has a fake Australian accent, I know because I’m Australian, karma will get them in the end

  • Mitch says:

    Money do not come from nowhere. If someone is a winner someone else has to lose. So even if that NQS works fine (I guess – does not) these guys are parasites.
    The posts above show clearly this is a scam and we can see many losers there (plus many those who did not publish their experience).
    Next – I got this link in Androidcentral: Millionaire from Poland Wants to Give You His Cash-making Software
    I was in Poland at that time. I guess, if you are in Canada there will be the link: Millionaire from Canada Wants to Give You His Cash-making Software
    And so on….
    The only software engineer shown in the video is a Russian (Ivan, or something like that). It is the pity because it sheds the bad light on innocent people from there (excluding Putin’s hackers – that’s another question)
    Finally, thanks to Liina excellent summary above. Good job.

  • Cesar says:

    A mi si me hicieron depositar 250 dolares en GTOPtion y luego mas adelante otros 250 dolares en GTPCAPITAL.
    Lo del Quatum code es falso, no existe. EL nombre de MIchael Crawford parece la mezcla de los nombres de actores como Michael Douglas y de Cindy Crawford.
    Me llamaron los de GTP Capital y su asesora Alex Julian me quizo estafar con 2500 dolares pero como no habia tanto saldo no pudo. Me saco otros 250 dolares asi, pero como no firme el cargo, tuvieron que devolvermelo. Ahora ya no estan.

  • Tim says:

    Hi everyone. This is my correspondence with the above mentioned stammered. Enjoy

    How do you respond to the information on the net about people who have given you money and never heard back from You?  There is mention of you being a complete scam. Also the video noted that you have been binary trading since 2006, and the technology was not available at that time.

     Hi Tim,


    that’s not something likely to happen because we have no use in accounts that is not active we making money with our clients when they making profits we getting commission out of it and you probably read some bad reviews that we have from certain clients that wasn’t satisfied and if any of those clients didn’t heard back from us he can simply withdraw money by himself because you are the only one who have access to your account and funds.
    now about the video part we are not the company the created the software it’s the third party we working with software we advise account managers but incise you don’t have the time or you don’t want to do manual trading with provide you with the software and the main part about it is the algorithm and improving it over time.


    Best regards,

    Diana Wallace.


    Hi Diana.

    This all sounds like back pedaling to me. There isn’t a single good review outside of your controlled advertisement. The video clearly garenteed 100% wins!!!  Equally clear is that it is not the case according to MANY unsuspecting victims.  I think you can count me out. If you were a reputable trusted source with advanced software, I believe that you would also have software to correct your spelling and grammar mistakes you made in your last email.  

    Thanks but no thanks.  Please do not contact me any further.


    I posted this mainly for comedic quality.

  • Clare says:

    Thank God for sites like yours!! The unmercilious targeting of people on hard times, with such promises of quick instant wealth is sickening. When most people like myself would just like to not mither and have sleepless nights over debts, forget the private jet and materialistic gluttony! Oh how amazing it would be to find a real site instead of scam after scam!! But huge thanks for all that you do.

  • Joseph says:

    Thanks for the adverts, they want to caught me today but I Thank God am not passing step two.

  • Andrew says:

    Thanks for this website alerting people to all the scammers out there promoting all the binary options systems. There are/were dozens of these systems promoted over the last few years, always there was one bigger and better than the next, unfortunately for me I was sucked in to couple of them myself a few years ago and lost my deposits. I was hoping to find a genuine one but soon realised they were all the same. The unlicenced/unregulated brokers hire no-name actors(with no conscience) to make their videos and suck people in. Once they have your money, you are constantly urged to deposit more and if you decline you never hear from them again. As for withdrawing any funds(you always make a “profit”at the start) or even trying to get your deposit back is impossible. Im sure the makers of all the” scam” videos and their” recommended “brokers are in some way related as they all seem to use the same mode of operation. Currently there are 2 more of these scam videos going around again..they are THE BITCOIN CODE and THE GATESWAY…..I am wondering if Bill Gates or anyone at Microsoft is aware that he is being used to promote a scam!

  • benson says:

    Thank you for this site. i almost fell prey after seeing the video. i registered and a lady called immediately from London offering assistance to effect payment. After listening to her i thought of conducting due diligence and that is when i came across this very useful site.

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