Hello Collin, I discovered a software called the Desert Millionaire that comes with the promise of generating $70,000 in monthly profits. I have always followed your advice, doubting such unbelievable profitability levels. But you can’t deny that this is a tempting opportunity. So I am asking you to tell me more about the system and whether it can be trusted. The main thing that worries me about it is the fact that its creators are anonymous. Just Chris and Omar, and this means nothing to me. If you have more information about them and their trading software, I will be very grateful if you share it with me and your other readers.
Hello Samuel. I did a careful investigation into the Desert Millionaire software because as you said so yourself – it makes a tempting offer. Unfortunately, this is not a system to be trusted. Chris and Omar remain anonymous not because they want to protect their privacy but because they do not exist. They are fabricated people for the promotion of a fraudulent auto-trading system. Look carefully on their website – you will notice that the presented samples of profitability are all generated at random and are no image of reality.
I have made contact with some people who have trade-tested the system and they share the same opinion. The trade execution and the calculation made by the Desert Millionaire are very poor. It becomes obvious after the first couple of trades on autopilot that it places random investments without serious analyses and calculations. This along with the fact that the quoted Desert Millionaires’ Club does not exist, make the software very dangerous to sign up for. Nothing is guaranteed – not the safety of your investments, your personal information encryption or the possible profitability.
Do not take such a risk, rather opt for a proven to work software!