Daily Income Society is a new online trading robot that has just been released to the public. Let’s clear the air from the start – it is a scam. In the following review, I will discuss what I found out about the systems after a brief investigation. A more thorough one was not needed because the red flags appear even before you visit their official website. What the anonymous George is trying to sell you is a fraudulent software.
Review Verdict: Daily Income Society is a Scam
Daily Income Society Needs a Spell Check
The first shady thing about this Forex software that should grab your attention and put you on alert is the domain name. There is a spelling mistake in it – the Daily Income Society is actually a Soceity, whatever is that supposed to mean. And this is just the beginning. If you, by chance, end up on their homepage, you will notice numerous other spelling mistakes. The “creators” have been so hasty in launching this scam that they did not even bother making it presentable enough. They underestimate people’s intelligence and their attitude towards a serious matter like trading and investments is offensive!
Daily Income Society is Not Telling You Everything
This information is legally binding for both sides and is usually used to protect the software creators from any negative consequences from dissatisfied users of their system. But it is there. It is a MUST! And guess what?
The Daily Income Society has not provided such statements. They are there only in name, but there is no content whatsoever that should inform you of the systems’ terms and conditions and policy.
Since they have not published any such information, they can scam you in any way possible and then publish content that will help them get out of the situation with clean hands. Do not take any action in a sign-up direction before getting acquainted with the policy of any bot. Lack of such is a clear sign of a scam!
Daily Income Society is Actually Hollow
If you come across the system’s introductory video, because you have been misled by an affiliate of theirs, pay attention to what you are being told. The anonymous presenter George, who claims to be the Daily Income Society, is incessantly repeating one thing.
If traders do not manage to make $550 in the first 24 hours, he will double this amount to encourage you to invest. From the superficial explanation of how this robot works, I learned that it will copy the decisions of the “underground” team of “underground” traders who are behind the system.
Let me tell you that schemes like that will make you lose all of your funds on purpose while giving you a few crumbs at a time so that you do not grow too suspicious. I have come across Forex trading systems like that before – the signals’ accuracy is fabricated and losses are justified with the “volatility” of the market.
At the same time, dubious people GAMBLE your money away and on purpose. So that they can fill their pockets with your money. If you pay close attention to the video, you will notice that the “testimonials” provided are done by paid actors.
Two of them are in the same home setting, using the exact same laptop (I don’t think this is a coincidence) and the old lady is a well-known video presenter, who has been paid on multiple occasions to provide fabricated positive feedback for other scam systems. Do not believe a word, that comes out of their mouths.
Shady Robot – Shady Broker
Or no broker at all. I tried to open up an account through this Forex robot. The results were confusing. You get transferred to a members’ area with another pressuring video and when you fill in all of your details, you get redirected to the recommended broker’s page.
Let me start by pointing out that the broker you have to open a trading account with has a really bad reputation in the Forex industry. There is evidence of slow withdrawals and funding problems, including shocking cases of money disappearing into thin air.
But when you try to create said account an error occurs. The funding page does not load, which makes me wonder if they have really started a partnership with said broker, or are just using its name to lure customers. No matter how lousy the services of the broker are.
I advise you against trusting Daily Income Society. Do not invest your money through a system, whose creators are incapable of spelling even its name correctly. Imagine the damage it could do to your budget!
Review Verdict: Daily Income Society is a Scam
Hello, I am Collin Tyusm. I am a Forex blogger. I have created my blog, because I want to help people learn more about Forex & CFD Trading Software and Bots.