The Forex auto-trading software Alive in 5 is a trader’s worst nightmare. Does that sound harsh? Read my full review to find out why. But I will tell in advance – it is a complete scam and this Brandon Graham is a total liar. It doesn’t serve the actor well that he got on board with this scam.
Keep in mind, the following review will not discuss how the robot works (we are never told that neither in the introductory video nor in the one in the members’ are), it will not describe the sign-up process. It will expose every lie and will drag the scammers into the light.
Review Verdict: Alive in 5 is a Scam
Alive In 5 App – Now in Your Region
Right. As you know, I use a VPN service when investigating to check if the applied Geo-targeting is real. In this case – it is ridiculous. I did not change my IP upon entering the site and it located me in Hungary. And this could not be further from the truth, even though I really like the country and I have been planning to visit it for quite some time now.
Not only that, but during the introductory video, this Brandon Graham makes the outrageous claim that the software is being offered “only in your region”. This is just one of the many lies the actor tries to sell you while showing off with his “gifted” fake girlfriend in his rented car and mansion.
The creators of the AliveIn5 software have used a well-known, much hated by me and many others pressure tactic. They are trying to make you believe that you can get only one free subscription for one of the 25 available limited-release copies.
And you have just seven minutes to sign up for the AliveIn5 App. Do not fall for this. There is nothing special about this automated trading bot and will open a huge hole in your budget if you deposit them.
AliveIn5 Software has ZERO Photoshop Skills
Or at least the scammers behind it. In the introductory video of the Alive In 5 Forex system, we are presented with “evidence” that is supposed to make us believe how popular the software is. The frauds are trying hard to inspire some sort of credibility about the trading bot, but have failed dramatically.
They obviously hope that traders are desperate and gullible enough not to pay attention but to be extremely impressed with the luxurious life of Brandon Graham and will rush to sign up. DON’T, please!
All of the articles are photoshopped and in a very poor manner at that. If you make the effort to read the bits and pieces of the text that is visible, you will realize that this is some stolen piece of news that has been given a poor makeup job.
If you don’t believe, find a way to their website and watch the embedded video. I, personally, will not direct you to them and that is why you will not find links to their page on my website. It is below me to send you to a scam like that.
But the most insolent thing about this software’s promotions is the fake sob story Brandon Graham tells you. About the homeless man he helped make a fortune. It is a disgusting mockery with people who actually live a life like this. And the worst part is, that the trading account he is showing you, is fake.
Photoshopped again. I feel like the name should be changed from Alive In 5 to Photoshopped In 5. What Brandon shows us is a picture opened in a web-browser. And not a real trading account. It is obvious that the account data has been fabricated. See for yourself:
Alive In 5 Software has been Judged
This Forex software is a complete scam. I am outraged by the lies and the theatrics used to create it. A lot of systems’ creators lie and fabricate evidence in order to lure clients, but this is the worst I have seen by far. AliveIn5 is neither trustworthy nor reliable. Joining it would be a terrible mistake. But if the provided in this review evidence failed to convince you of that, I wish you the best of luck. Hopefully, you will see the system for what it really is – a SCAM, and will spare yourself the losses it could inflict.
Review Verdict: Alive in 5 is a Scam