Why you should stay a thousand miles away from Jason Bond Picks
Jason Bond Picks is everything that is wrong with the mainstream financial investing space at present. He is a fraud, a con artist and coaxes people into giving him money for his strategies on investing in stock markets and earning great wealth as he claims. Jason Bond Picks flashes his vacations to exotic locations, his private jets and supercars. He also claims that he has some proprietary tactics and strategies that can help anyone get on top of even Wall Street’s money mavens and win in the end. Jason Bond Picks is based on the penny stock market and he believes that luck is nothing and only the proper skills are what matter. It is statements like these that have already managed to fool several people into parting with their hard earned money in his name.
Who is this guy anyway?
Jason Bond Picks is the stock trading advisory company or entity set up Jason Bond who is the CEO and founder here. He has claimed to have earned millions of dollars post leaving his teacher’s job in the year 2011. He now claims to offer services which will deploy a strategy for small cap swing trades to earn considerable profits and incomes for members. The website claims to be the TrustPilot top-rated service for stock trading and also claims to have successfully trained more than 10,000 people. There is a team of trading experts including Nathan Bear and Jeff Bishop among others. Bond has claimed that he can easily teach you how to master stock market trading while eventually enjoying the same millionaire life that he already has. He has been interviewed as he claims and featured in prestigious journals. $5 million is estimated to be his own net worth (we all know where that comes from).
He offers videos and other merchandise via a gift store (how ingenious a way to make money) and also has the Jason Bond Stock Picks advisory and Jason Bond Picks millionaire roadmap on offer. The former basically works on the basis of subscriptions where Bond talks about the best performing small cap stocks on a particular day in the market. This is billed at $399 for every quarter and covers trading alerts for both swing trading and also the long haul. Post enrolment, members get the copy of the DVD named How to Trade Like a Pro, Not a Hobby which is reportedly valued at $1,499. The subscription entails 10 alerts every week through email and text, sell and buy alerts, watch lists on a daily basis and access to the educational suite along with long-term trading strategies.
Once Jason Bond spots any stock that can be a winner, he issues an alert to all members telling them about the one to purchase, the targeted price and the duration for which to hold onto the position. Then, a sell alert is dispatched, asking people to exit and the selling price. When it comes to his legitimacy, nobody will recommend Jason Bond. He is not transparent enough when it comes to revealing information. The biggest red flag here is that Bond’s service does not come with any trial period which is free and there is a policy of strictly not giving any refunds. This means that the guy is only interested in getting people to sign up and taking their hard earned money which explains the no-refunds position that he’s held onto until now.
The Millionaire Roadmap is the premium facility which costs close to $8,000 as per estimates and aims at offering more personalized mentoring and guidance for turning a member into a rich person. However, everything takes place in the shadows with a total lack of transparency which makes everything seem really shady and boy it is! When you get people like Joe Canseco (baseball star) and Frank Mir (former UFC Heavyweight Champion) endorsing the system and talking of Bond as their coach, it is even more dangerous for the people. The premium service includes Mastermind Training, Mastermind Meetups and also Mastermind Webinars. Training is given by Bond, Nathan Bear and Jeff Bishop. Bishop claims to be a millionaire trader with ample experience and ex-mentor to Bond himself while Bear claims to have increased $37,725 into a whopping $1,223,734 in 2 ½ years only.
This program reportedly helps people watch trades done by these people in real-time with commentary. The meetups take place in Dallas, Boston, Las Vegas and New York where people can meet these guys and discuss strategies for trading. Some of the add-ons include free access to the Weekly Money Multiplier program by Jeff Bishop who will keep alerting you throughout the day, claiming that the position can be increased by 100% in less than two weeks. There is a private chat room for talking to Bond and his team along with getting live alerts. However, everything happens on the surface with no evidence of anyone having benefited from the system.
Bond is a master at fishing out people for the long haul and earning money from long-term subscriptions without really helping them grow their money. There is no money back guarantee or free trial and the claims made are outrageous which make it seem that it is really easy to become a millionaire overnight. There is no evidence available for verifying these claims made by Bond and his team.
How Jason Bond is a big fraud and liar
Investigations were conducted by experts into the operation back in the year 2015 and everything they found was really shocking to say the least. Jason Bond has been lying openly about being affiliated with Harvard University. He has claimed that in only 5 years, he has earned more than $26,000,000 million courtesy day trading in penny stock markets although there is no proof whatsoever. There is just a feed on Twitter showing fake 100% winning trades made by him every day which is not possible to say the least! No money has ever been lost and he has duped several people of their money. Jason Bonds operates in penny stocks which are not liquid at all.
Once he releases any buy or sell alert, there is a huge rush amongst members to purchase the stock or sell it and this leads to the penny stock going up to lower/higher prices. This means that Jason Bond and his team dump their own shares of almost no-value penny stocks upon the bigger fools who are buying into them. This is total manipulation and he is scamming people greatly with these strategies. Many organizations that are recommended by Jason Bond are illegal and shady and some of them are total fraudulent entities. He has managed to convince many people that he is a transparent financial wizard who can make them huge money and they fall in to the trap hook line and sinker! Bond fraudulently tells a story of how he was a humble teacher at a gym in a public school and then he found penny stock trading and made the huge amount quoted above. However, this is totally false and fake. There is no proof, nobody has made any money yet and all Bond has made is the money earned from subscriptions.
Bond even lied about speaking at Harvard Business School. He has quoted in his tweet, saying that he was invited to speak with student entrepreneurs. He also talked of how he made it a reality through his passion for trading and educating. The investigators contacted Harvard University and were referred to the provost called Alan Garber whose permission was necessary for speaking at the prestigious institution. However, he had never heard of any such person called Jason Bond or deployed any invitation. Just think how this guy lies on everyone’s faces!
JasonBondPicks.com is a shamelessly operating fraudulent scam and Bond has managed to build a reputation that is clean in the outside world without being exposed for what he really is and also is pulling off several tricks on his website. The guy is readily scamming people without breaking any law. In the Swing and Long Term Trading pack, users will never have any chance to replicate the moves being made by their teacher, Bond himself. He will get into a trade and then send out the alert. All followers will then scramble to get in and thereafter, get out later on, making losses while Bond keeps making a profit. This is a pump-up and dump system employed by Bond which is really sad since he keeps making money off his members who blindly follow his advice to their own financial doom. He brings several buyers into purchasing a stock which is obscure and then flees with prices being pumped up and his clients stranded in deeper waters. This is illegal although Bond has managed to cleverly conceal this till now.
The Millionaire Roadmap is even more fraudulent. They get more celebrities into the program and shoot promotional videos, all the while luring more unsuspecting people into paying a huge sum of money which ultimately benefits their teacher while leaving them poorer and none the wiser at the end of the day. The reviews are so positive that you will wonder about how much Bond pays to ensure this. He does not have any proof of success or experience. Negative comments are wiped out with alacrity as well. Bond has videos showing stuff like a Porsche being given to a star student which are totally fake. There are paid actors thronging the videos and their real identities are simply not there. They are not students of Jason Bond at all.
Additionally, there are several negative reviews and complaint about the faulty services and losses that people have encountered at the hands of Jason Bond. However, they are made to vanish and drowned in the sea of positive and promising reviews. In fact, many people have also stated that Bond promised to offer them help in case their trades were down but he did not do so at all. What this guy is essentially doing is that he is selling a false dream of striking it rich immediately within a few days after investing in penny stocks on a day trading position. However, nothing could be farther from what happens in reality. What happens in reality is that Bond and his team of pseudo financial gurus are only using the innocence and trusting nature of people to keep making them losses with trading tweaks while they end up richer from daily trades. People don’t even realize this and continue making losses.
Also, there are no refunds so as long as he manages to find new people to swindle, he’s not bothered about the ones who have dropped out due to negligence and heavy losses and upon realizing that Jason Bond is nothing but a fraud and scammer of the highest order. Then take into account the fact that he is actually earning his money through the subscriptions and member payments. This adds up to a huge sum and in fact he is paying a hefty amount for getting positive reviews posted and negative reviews removed so that he can continue to find gullible new prey for his financial scam. This is where the authorities should act strongly against this entire cohort for swindling people’s money. In fact, there is no evidence of what Jason Bond has accomplished so far. What he has done is build a castle out of air that people have evidently fallen for and realized much later down the line when they had already made losses and paid up through their noses for getting this self-proclaimed financial guru’s tips and suggestions. People should firmly stay a thousand miles away from these crooks and in fact encourage the authorities to take action. A thorough investigation should be done by the authorities on the products and services offered by Jason Bond and his team before they are allowed to continue doing business.