Crypto Currency Crusher is a brand new product from trader Alex Riles. He claims that his signals will allow you to generate a substantial income through trading bitcoin with little to no effort.
What does the product offer?
It is not very often that I feel compelled to review a product. Sometimes, I look at things and know that I am looking at the exact same marketing that I have seen a hundred times before. There is a small internal sigh, knowing that it is the same group of people pushing the same failed products under a slightly different name with a slightly different spin. Crypto Currency Crusher on the other hand positively leapt off the proverbial page at me.
You may well at this point be thinking that this is a good thing surely? Truly attention grabbing products are few and far between and even fewer of those are for the right reasons. Crypto Currency Crusher is very much the polar opposite of this. I don’t believe that I have ever actively had even a chuckle at a sales pitch (I take my work very seriously), but I just couldn’t help myself as Alex Riles’s marketing video played on. Obviously none of this bodes well for Crypto Currency Crusher as a product, however I will show why reviewing this was worthwhile over the course of this article.
So first of all, I want to address the general premise of Crypto Currency Crusher. Whilst there is a lot of ground to cover, I do feel that it is important to still be as objective as my conscience will allow. When you sign up for Crypto Currency Crusher, you receive trading signals for various cryptocurrencys. You are then supposed to use these to trade bitcoin on an exchange with a view to making a profit. Alex Riles says that you will receive opening and closing signals and as long as you follow these you will make a profit. Nice and simple right?
Just to make sure that you are able to follow along with Crypto Currency Crusher, there is also a comprehensive video training section on the website. This mostly explains how to use the software, something which you shouldn’t have too much trouble with. From what I have seen, it is simple, and not in the good way.
Frankly, there is very little else to Crypto Currency Crusher. There is plenty of marketing spiel which you could mistake for product information. Truthfully though, this is little more than remnants of the frankly laughable marketing material (I will cover this in much more detail below).
How does the product work?
Alex Riles does a fantastic job of describing what Crypto Currency Crusher supposedly is, all without actually ever saying anything. I am going to quote somewhat extensively from the marketing here as it is the only insight that we are given, and it appears to be nothing more than crap. The main claim for Crypto Currency Crusher is that it is based on an algorithm that analyses the “Bitcoin cryptocurrency market with military-grade precision”. You do not need to be a genius to see that this looks like somebody playing mad libs with hot button topics and marketing phrases.
This algorithm is based on trading methods that Alex Riles supposedly developed himself. These trading methods that are contrary to everything that every other trader is doing. Trading methods that were developed within a month, by somebody with no financial background who previously worked for a high street clothing retailer. This is of course according to the narrative that is used to sell Crypto Currency Crusher. In fact, these methods were supposedly so outlandish that Alex Riles was a “Rockstar” in the bitcoin community. I’m not saying it can’t happen, but on reflection, it seems on the unlikely side.
This is about all of the information that we are given in terms of how Crypto Currency Crusher finds its signals. What is really concerning for me is that there isn’t actually any detail there. There is plenty of seemingly rational statements but none of them actually fit together. In fact, I would go as far as to say that this applies to a lot of aspects of Crypto Currency Crusher. You are told how great it is, and why, but there is never anything that makes it feel truthful.
What is the initial investment?
There is only one option if you want to sign up for Crypto Currency Crusher. This provides “Lifetime Software Profits” and is available for a one time cost of £28.62 (£34.34 with VAT). The sale is handled via Clickbank and there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place. One of the things that I find interesting however is that Alex Riles really pushes anybody who isn’t happy with Crypto Currency Crusher to contact him directly for a refund rather than through the sales platform. I have my suspicions as to why this may be and not surprisingly, the reasoning is not positive.
A particularly interesting aspect to Crypto Currency Crusher is that this product was very recently launched for a “first time” (I will explore this in detail below) at a cost of $47 per month. This strongly suggests that the price is being changed seemingly at a whim in order to try and pull in as many sales as possible.
What is the rate of return?
There are a large number of claims made in terms of the income potential of Crypto Currency Crusher, and not surprisingly, they are all very substantial. There is talk of hundreds of thousands of dollars profit to be made. Alex Riles also cites claims that trading on certain cryptocurrencies have produced between 700% and 832% profit. The headline figure however is that you can expect to make in excess of $1,000 every day.
Where the rate of return for Crypto Currency Crusher really comes into play is in the “testimonials” that are quoted. These talk about making $100,000 in just under 50 days, $13,000 per week and $384,594 over an unspecified period of time. These are not backed up by any evidence whatsoever and frankly, I find them to be rather ludicrous.
It is also interesting to note that in the promotional video for Crypto Currency Crusher, Alex Riles claims to have made enough to move his family into an exclusive white brick house in London (which you are typically looking at well in excess of £1,000,000 to purchase) and that he was making as much as 10 times the amount that other bitcoin traders were making. Again, these are claims that seem to be massively outside of the realm of possibility.
There is almost nothing about Crypto Currency Crusher that makes me believe that it is a worthwhile product. In fact, I would go as far as to say that it is possibly one of the worst services that I have looked at. It is almost difficult to know where to begin if I am honest. Given that this is mostly down to there being so much wrong, I believe it almost speaks for itself. None the less, I have to pick somewhere to start, so I will begin with Alex Riles.
I have already touched upon this, but if somebody is claiming to have gone from a career in retail to a top crypto currency trader within a month, I would want some proof of this. This is all because supposedly, Alex Riles was able to see a way of trading that the professionals could not. Cryptocurrency has been knocking around for some and I know for a fact that there haven’t been many avenues left unexplored. As such, I am highly sceptical of this claim. In fact, I would say it is almost clearly rubbish.
To add to this notion, there is not even any good quality marketing. Whilst watching the promotional video for Crypto Currency Crusher, I noted a few anomalies which make me suspect that the signals are actually some kind of out of the box software (these typically come with most of your marketing content pre done, all that you have to do is insert relevant clips which are supposed to add legitimacy.
There are a few examples of this which I want to point out, partially for comedy value, but also because it highlights just how incompetent the marketing is for Crypto Currency Crusher. These include (but are not limited to):
- “[insert proof of accounts]” in reference to how much Alex Riles has supposedly made using the same signals that Crypto Currency Crusher gives out.
- “[insert unique features/benefits of software]” in reference to the methods that Crypto Currency Crusher supposedly uses in order to generate profit.
- “[insert bonuses/instructional vids]” when talking about the fact that Crypto Currency Crusher comes with training material.
- “[create social proof]” is used when talking about how much the supposed beta testers for Crypto Currency Crusher made.
- “[insert screenshots of software – walk through?]” when talking about how Crypto Currency Crusher is a complete product.
- “[show proof+testimonia]” when referring to the lead beta tester.
There is one aspect of this that I want to I want to fixate a little bit as Alex Riles is openly admitting in the sales material that at least one aspect of Crypto Currency Crusher is faked. This is his reference to creating social proof. Given the fact that the rest of the service is highly questionable, this to me suggests that the creation aspect is not necessarily in relation to generating online interest. This is massively concerning as far as I am concerned.
Combine this with the fact that the signals that are generated don’t seem to have any real grounding or link to anything and you are left with something that I feel can be described at best as highly questionable. All of this is despite the clear efforts of the vendor of Crypto Currency Crusher to convince you that this is a wildly successful product.
This does bring me on to the “back end” of Crypto Currency Crusher, that is to say relating to the vendor of Crypto Currency Crusher, their history etc. There has supposedly been just one product released by the vendor however this has rather interestingly been listed twice within a few days under ever so slightly different names and slightly differing websites. All of this is highly concerning as well.
The best thing that I could say about Crypto Currency Crusher is that it is the work of somebody genuine who is figuring out what the best way is to market their product. Unfortunately, I don’t believe this to be the case at all. Instead, Crypto Currency Crusher has the feeling of somebody who has purchased a product that they wish to sell on themselves and is rather cumbersomely marketing it. Either way, what I certainly don’t believe is that Crypto Currency Crusher is a product that is operated by an ex crypto currency trader. Nor do I believe that it will in any way prove successful in the long term (and if it is successful over the short term I will put this mostly down to luck).
With all of this in mind, I simply cannot recommend Crypto Currency Crusher. In fact, I would go as far as to say that it has been some time since I have seen a product that has so sloppily been put out. Whilst I can see that one of the key appeals is how cheap the product is, this is categorically no reason to get suckered into something that will ultimately only lose you money. I cannot state badly enough how much of a miss you should give Crypto Currency Crusher.