Profit Sensation Review

Profit Sensation is a piece of binary options trading software by Bill Driesdale. In order to use the software you must create an account with Amber Options.

What does the product offer?

Profit Sensation is a piece of free to access binary options trading software developed by Bill Driesdale. He claims that Profit Sensation is able to trade profitably and automatically but in order to gain access to the software you must make a minimum deposit through Amber Options, his preferred broker.

How does the product work?

How Profit Sensation works is an overlooked aspect of the product in so much as Bill Driesdale makes no effort to explain this. Instead we are sold the usual story that comes with products of this nature. In this instance Bill Driesdale’s brother gave him the system, a chance encounter with a programming wizard led to it being automated and the result is Profit Sensation. If you were looking for further information you are going to be disappointed.

What is the initial investment?

Technically Profit Sensation is free software but in order to get your download Bill Driesdale forces you to make a minimum deposit with Amber Options. This can vary from $250 to $500.

What is the rate of return?

Although not really discussed in depth, Bill Driesdale claims that Profit Sensation has made him over $2.4 million in one account with a further $1.5 million in another.

Conclusion

Profit Sensation seems to be nought more than an attempt to cash in on the ongoing trend of “free” binary options trading software. The fact that this seems to be nothing more than a rebranding is frankly a testament to what these marketers think of their user base. Profit Sensation likely exists solely to generate referral commissions for Bill Driesdale from Amber Options. As is the case with many of these kinds of products there remains very little solid evidence that they work and I recommend avoidance as much as possible.

The most probable outcome for something like this (and based off my research seems to be the case) is that you will lose your deposit to the broker or face a long and arduous battle to get it back.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts