REVIEW: OZ ROBOT SCAM
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Nov. 30th, 2014
Dear newsletter subscribers, blog readers and friends,
Some of you may have noticed that in the past I have not had great things to say about Paul Ring's Oz Robot, an Australian currency binary options signals system. I should add this was before I reviewed the system and liked it so much. I had simply heard some rumors that it was scam, and I hadn't fully investigated it yet.
I'm pretty wary of most of these systems, so it usually takes a lot for me to endorse something.
That's why when I got a call on my phone a few days ago from a foreign number, I was surprised to find that number was an Australian number. I answered and was greeted by a girl with a lovely Aussie accent. She said she was a representative for Nick Knolls, the creator of the Oz Robot and Paul Ring's business partner.
She said Nick wanted to speak to me.
eventually got a hold of him the next day. He said he knew of my blog,
he knew I had influence in the industry, and he was concerned that I had
been calling his system a "scam".
up learning a lot about his system, all of the details about it I hadn't
investigated prior to making my assumptions about it.
Nick really won me over, I have to admit. I really appreciate his phone calls and effort to explain his system to me. I'm so impressed by "Oz Robot", I think it might be a good stand-alone
choice for people wanting to make money with binary options.
encourage everyone to use my free Super Signals software, if you're looking for just one system to try, I'm putting Oz Robot at the top of the list.
That said I still think it's a scam.
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Roy @ ScamWatchdog.org