30K Challenge is an autotrader which claims
to have an accuracy rate of 99.3% and generate
at least 1,000$ per day in profits for its users.
There is no evidence to support their
outrageous claims. When we were checking
out this software we found a lot of shady
practices going on. Read our full review to
find out why you should stay away from this
30K Challenge Scam Warning-
The creator behind this software is an entity
known as Joey Altair, he claims to have worked
as a trader in Barclays where in he managed the
portfolios of the world’s wealthiest investors.
We were not able to find any information about
him outside their website which makes us
believe that he is a fictitious entity. The image is
probably a stock photo purchased or stolen from
30K Challenge states that it uses Fibonacci sequence
for the signal generation process which is said to
have a win rate of 99.3%. No software can generate
this type of win rate consistently. There is no way to
verify the previous performance of the software.
The accuracy claims are flat out lies and the fibonacci
sequence method alone results in accuracy rate
below 60% which is barely enough to break even.
There is no option to switch between aggressive and
passive risk management techniques depending upon
various market conditions.
30K Challenge is said to generate at least 1,000$ a day
in profits to the clients. If it ever falls below 30,000$
mark over the period of 30 days, they claim to give
1,000$ compensation guaranteed. High return claims
are used by fraudulent softwares to trick new and
inexperienced investors into depositing with them.
Ask yourself if this software really generated
consistent results why would they offer it to the
public for free?
30K Challenge requires a minimum deposit of 250$ in
order to get started with the autotrader. The software
is synced with a list of brokers out of which most are
unregulated. As always we suggest everyone to trade
only with regulated brokers.
Most legitimate platforms offer demo account to the
users, so that they can test out the trading strategies
without risking any money. 30K Challenge does not
provide demo account to the users. There is no
educational outlet on their platform. If you ever run
into problems on the website then there is nothing
you can do about it as there is no customer support
30K Challenge is supposedly open for 25 people only.
The spots left counter never reaches zero. This is a
shady trick used to pressurize investors to sign up
30K Challenge features a lot of testimonies where
in the alleged early users explain how they made a
significant amount of money within the first month
of using this software. Do not believe them as they
are not from real users. They are all from paid actors.
30K Challenge Review Conclusion-
30K Challenge is a fraudulent software which claims
to generate high returns which is not only unrealistic
but impossible to deliver on a consistent basis. Do
not indulge with this software in any way.
Review Date: 2018/05/04
Author Rating: 1/5
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