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Is QBITS Mega Profit System a Scam? Its NOT What People Are Telling You!

By Kyle / October 25, 2016

Is QBITS Mega Profit System a scamJeremy Hart’s QBITS Mega Profit System is NOT what people are trying to convince you it is. There is an underlying reason for this software and believe me when I say its NOT to help you make money. Is QBITS Mega Profit System a scam? You bet your a** it is and I’ll prove it to you in this review.

Note: There are a million scams like this and they seem to come out weekly. Just beware of others. Some recent others that I have reviewed include Gemini 2 Trading App, Instant Cash Club, Profitable FX System, SnapCash Binary, & Quantum Cash Machine.

But anyway, back to QBITS Mega Profits System. I hope you haven’t invested in this scam yet, because if you have you might soon regret that. But anyway, let me get to this and show you the truth of what this QBITS actually is.

Jeremy Hart’s QBITS Mega Profit System Review

  • QBITS MegaProfit System reviewWebsite: qbitsmegaprofit.co
  • Creator: Jeremy Hart
  • Price: Free to use, but you have to make initial investment
  • Rating: 1/10 (I only give it a 1 because I haven’t tried it. But its a sure scam. They lie right to your face)

Jeremy Hart is supposedly the CEO and founder of the Rich Nerd Club, which is a group of people that are making tons of money online through the use of the QBITS Mega Profit System, which is an automated binary options trading robot.

Jeremy Hart claims to have developed this new ground breaking software from his own knowledge of quantum physics. He says that it is 3,600 times faster than a super computer.

Because this new quantum technology is so fast it is able to calculate market decisions before Wallstreet and everyone else who is trading on the market. With this advantage it is able to make more accurate and better bets.

The testimonials that are shown in the video boast about being able to make up to $50,000 a month which is some serious cash.

But can any of these claims be trusted?? NOPE!!! Because these people are a bunch of liars and I’m going to prove it to you.

QBITS MegaProfit System Jeremy HartWho The Heck Is Jeremy Hart?

One of the first things you should do when coming across a product like this that sounds too good to be true is look into the people behind it. And in this case the man behind the software is Mr. Jeremy Hart.

His groundbreaking technology is claimed to be 3,600 times faster than any supercomputer, which is quite an accomplishment.

And because of this world-changing accomplishment of his he has gained quite a great deal of fame. Not only does this technology benefit investors, but it can be a huge benefit to numerous things that use cyberspace technology, which is pretty much everything these days.

All of the fame that Jeremy Hart has received has gotten him feature in all kinds of technology and finance magazines including………………

Wait a minute..?? Jeremy Hart isn’t in any magazines, or mentioned anywhere for his groundbreaking software technology??

Yep, thats right. I was just messing with you there. Jeremy Hart is actually a nobody. You will not find his name anywhere in any newscast, magazine, or mentioned by anyone credible. And this is because he is a fake. He is a fabricated persona made up by the group of scammers behind this QBITS software scam.

3,600 Times Faster Than a Supercomputer??? Ya Right!

This guy claiming that he developed this incredible technology to be 3,600 times faster than a supercomputer is just plain funny.

Google, Nasa, and the NSA have spent millions and millions of dollars developing a super super computer (if you want to call it that) that is 3,600 times faster than any supercomputer. They developed this in 2015.supercomputer

And this was developed with tons of funding and with some of the smartest quantum computing professionals in the world. Not one single guy named Jeremy Hart.

There is no way that Jeremy Hart developed a quantum computing system like he claims to have.

97.5% Accuracy? Hilarious

Because of the insane speed that Jeremy Hart’s QBITS Mega Profit System runs at, and its ability to read the market before anyone else, he claims that it has an average accuracy of 97.5%. That means that it will win 97.5% of the time!!! That is crazy.

First off, like I mentioned above, there is no way that QBITS operates 3,600 times faster than a supercomputer, so we can forget about that nonsense. So lets just think of QBITS as a regular binary trading robot.

And there is no way that any binary trading robot on the market is going to win even close to 97.5% of the time. Any claims that a binary trading robot wins more than 90% of the time is pretty ridiculous and what Jeremy Hart claims is insane.

This software is not 3,600 times faster than a supercomputer and it doesn’t win 97.5% of the time.

They Refer You To An Unregulated Broker

If you decide to make the bad choice to sign up for QBITS and enter your name, email, and phone number you will then be directed to their recommended broker to make your initial deposit. And this is how they scam you. They tell you that you can use the software for free but of course you have to make a $250 initial deposit.

When I signed up the broker they directed me to is Barkley Capital, not to be confused with Barklay Capital. You can see the screenshot of the page I was sent to below…

Barkley Capital Broker

The problem heres that this broker is completely unregulated. The Cyprus Security & Exchange Commission (CSEC) is responsible for nearly all the binary options brokers out there and Barkley Capital is nowhere to be found on their list of regulated brokers.

They are also not regulated by the SEC or the CFTC in the United States either.

They are unregulated completely which means that no one makes sure they are following guidelines and treating their investors appropriately. Begin unregulated doesn’t necessarily mean that they are a scam. I mean its always possible that they just don’t want to pay the regulation fees. But it sure as heck adds some suspicion as to their business.

Is QBITS Mega Profit System a Scam? You Better Believe It

I feel like I could go on all day with the lies and fraudulent activity that I see reviewing QBITS, but I think I’ve shown you enough.

The creator of QBITS is a nobody with no information on him, he obviously lies when talking about inventing some crazy quantum computing system that operates 3,600 times faster than any supercomputer, he claims it operates at 97.5% accuracy which is not possible, and he refers you to an unregulated broker.

Everything here points to it being a scam. And I’m not even mentioning the fake testimonials they use, the greenscreen that they have in the majority of the video as a background, the fake security seals at the bottom of the page, and more.

Do yourself a favor and don’t invest in this scam, you will lose your money.

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My name is Kyle and I am the owner of Earn Beast. I created this website to explore the various ways of earning and mainly focus on teaching others how they can make money online. To learn how I make a full-time income online, Click Here


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