Is Quantum AI SCAM or legit trading software? Well, if something doesn’t feel right about Quantum AI, and you feel that you are being misled or deceived then your suspicions are well-founded. The scammers have gone to a considerable extent to make the software seemingly formidable. It seems these cheaters used real footage where viewers can actually see Elon Musk talk about his companies, and planted a different audio file where someone else lies about the fake Quantum AI investment platform and automated trading app. The quantum AI scam is interesting as it used two significant baiting methods. The first is the fake Elon Musk presentation which is highly deceptive, and the second is fake news which is being publicized via social media channels. All of it is analyzed below.
Below is the Quantum AI main registration and membership area. It says you can make €1,320 in 5 Hours!
Upon examining the sales presentation, it was found out that Daniel Powers is NOT the Chief Executive Officer of Quantum AI Scam. In fact, this person goes by the alias of “bookreviewstew” on Fiverr where he sells his services for $5. And for Daniel Weber the Beta Tester, it's the same.
What is Quantum AI and How Does It Work?
Quantum AI is advertised as a “smart investing system which makes you €1,320 in 5 Hours and cures poverty”. It’s supposed to be better than the rest due to its ability to execute faster calculations via quantum computing.
Quantum AI Review
The Quantum AI Software presentation states how Elon Musk developed a piece of quantum computing that trades stocks and has a 91% success rate. We also hear about how he spent $3 Billion to develop this trading platform which analyzes data 100 times faster than any other computer. Musk says that he wants to get mankind to mars and help cure poverty. He claims using this software can help people but he needs to prove it works, and anyone jumping in early can expect profits from $1-2K on their first day.
Quantum AI Fake News, Elon Musk CNN
Below is a screenshot of the fake CNN news article which is being used now. It says “Elon Musk To Step Back From Tesla and SpaceX, Jumps on Quantum Computing Financial Tech”.
The entire news is fake and purposely forged.
Quantum AI Fake Testimonials
The whole Quantum AI testimonial section is forged. These lazy amateurs didn’t even take the time to produce real pictures, something which takes about 2 minutes. Right, click the available images to see for yourself.
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