9 comments

  1. Daniel says:

    Hi Jason,

    Your review of The Orion Code open my eyes to what looks like a scam. Certainly the claims on how much money you can make sounds to good to be true.

    The fact that you need to pay a $500 initial investment to use the program raises red flags. No wonder Mr. Robinson claims to be making over 10 million a year.

    Not being able to pick your own brokerage firm is a huge negative. Big risk here!

    Maybe there is some positives TOC but didn’t see anything that’s interesting to make me join this binary trading program. I’m not an expert when it comes to trading stocks whether on The New York Exchange or anywhere else but trading stocks is a big risk in it itself.

    Thank you Jason for your valuable review of The Orion Code.

  2. Jack Taylor says:

    Hi Jason,

    I really enjoyed reading your article on the Orion Code By Edward Robinson. $500 is an awful lot of money to spend on a program that may or may not work.

    I always look for red flags like making $34,516.95 in 24 hours by pushing a button.

    I also love those videos where there drinking champagne on a private jet heading to a Caribbean hot spot.

    Anyways, great article Jason. Keep up the good work keeping everyone informed on the scams.

    If it’s too good too be true, IT IS!

    Jack

  3. Stephen says:

    Hi Jason, Greetings.

    I don’t understand why most people online will not tell the real truth about anything they have to offer.

    I remember about a year ago when I came across one of these online brokers who was pressuring me into signing up for the trading platform they were endorsing.

    And of course they were promising to make me rich if I just heard them out and signed up.

    Thankfully I did not give-in to his pressures.

    If I did who knows what would have happened to my money and any chance of getting it back.

    They always try to make it look as if making money online is an easy thing that anyone can just jump into and do but the hard truth is that it requires real effort to be able to achieve something worthwhile and recurring.

    Glad I found this so I maybe able to help in spreading the word about the Orion Code Scam.

    • Jason says:

      Stephen,

      Please do just that!

      Share this to all corners of the internet so that others can see what a bunch of hogwash that Mr.Robinson’s Orion Code System is.

      If we can beat these type of scammers out of the market than maybe, Just Maybe, we can leave the online world a little better off than we found it.

      So, hopefully the internet can be used by our youth in the way that it was intended to be used when it was brought to life.

      All of our ultimate goals should be to leave it, whatever it may be that we are involved in, a bit better than it was when we found it.

      Thanks for stopping by and reading Stephen,
      Jason

  4. Minhaj says:

    Hi Jason

    I have been scammed by a couple of binary option auto traders. This looks like another one, don’t be fooled by the few positive reviews, these people run massive SEO campaigns just so they can leave positive reviews of these products.
    There are so many of them, but if you research some of them in depth, many seem to have the same web servers.
    I don’t trust any binary option auto traders anymore if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

  5. Bill says:

    Thanks for the great information on the Orion code.

    As you said you don’t really have any iron clad proof it’s a scam but it sounds like a scam to me too.

    I would need proof that it’s not a scam in order to spend $500. When in doubt I stick to that universal law if it sounds too good to be true than its probably a scam.

    Unless they offer a free trial one day, I’ll never try it.

    • Jason says:

      Hi Bill,

      Yeah, I can’t say for absolute certainty it’s a scam because I have found quite a few different people on different sites and forums saying that they were able to make money with the Orion Code.

      But no one wants to through away 500 bucks just to see if the testimonials are true. At Least I don’t.

      Apreciate you putting in your 2 cents Bill,
      Jason

  6. Jason says:

    Jason –

    I agree with your review. It takes real work to make money online. There is no such thing as automating a process of making money. You must put in the work just like anything else.

    It may not be as much work as a 9-5 job, but you still have to work.

    If this really worked everyone would be able to get this software, sit back, and relax while the money rolls in. Haha. It is software like this that makes the ‘make money online’ niche look bad. It gives the wrong impression and leaves a bad taste in people’s mouths.

    Thanks again for your honest review.

    Jason

    • Jason says:

      Hey Jason,

      It’s Jason!

      Just for those reading this, other than me and Jason, We are not talking to ourselves.

      Any-who, I agree programs, software, and really anyone who would back systems like the Orion Code are exactly why this niche is ate-up with skepticism and why everyone who is not already doing it thinks that making money online is just not possible.

      But we can’t stop these people and programs from getting out there but we can try to cut them down before they take advantage of too many people.

      Glad You Stopped by,
      Jason

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