About Fast Cash Biz

Want to make $55 million+ over the next 3 years? Madison Clark and David Graham, creators of the Fast Cash Biz system, claim this is a very real possibility. How?

By trading binary options with their proprietary, fully automated software. They call this software “a secret backdoor” to unlimited wealth, where you can make hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars every minute of every day.

In fact, David even claims the Fast Cash system can make you feel like you’ve been “born again!”

Look, you probably invested a lot of time watching the hype-filled videos featured on the FastCash.biz website. And in return, you probably weren’t rewarded with much usable information—which is why you’re here at HighYa.

Before you invest any of your money, you should know exactly what you’re getting yourself with Fast Cash Biz. To help give you a detailed picture, let’s first discuss binary options.

Binary Options Basics

When trading binary options, you’re basically just making a yes or no proposition. Will the price of an asset (stock, bond, index, etc.) go up with a fixed amount of time, or will it go down? An educated guess, if you will (we’ll come back around to this in a moment).

Because of this simplicity, binary options have become increasingly popular over the last several years, as beginners with little market knowledge look to get their feet wet, while more savvy investors are looking for quick returns.

Let’s talk more about the advantages and drawbacks of binary options.

Pros & Cons of Binary Options

Like any other type of investing, binary options comes with some features you’ll like, while others can be a drag.

Binary Options Pros

  • As we already mentioned, binary options pay out quickly, sometimes in as little as one minute.
  • Most brokers also provide the ability to lengthen the term of the trade, which can last weeks.
  • Ease of use. Just choose a put (price will increase) or call (price will decrease), select how long you’d like the trade to last, and sit back and wait.
  • Typically features lower fees/commissions than other types of trading (more about this in the next section).

Binary Options Cons

  • Although the fees may be lower, your broker stands to make more money than you. Why? Because you’ll need to win at least 55% of the time (greater than the odds of chance) just to break even.
  • Speaking of odds: Keep in mind that you’re basically just guessing. With other forms of trading, you’re often at least making an educated guess. But with binary options, there are limited tools and trading strategies available, not to mention how quickly binary options trade (can you really know whether the price of something will increase or decrease in the next 60 seconds?).
  • Finally, most binary trading companies are headquartered outside the US, which means they aren’t accountable for sticking to Federal regulations.

Who’s the underlying broker for FastCash.biz and where are they located?

Who Is Fast Cash Biz’s Broker? What Are Clients Saying?

Until you enter your first name, email address, and contact information on the FastCash.biz website (and watch several lengthy videos), you won’t learn that the system’s broker is Glenridge Capital.

There, you’ll be required to deposit of minimum of $250 into an account before you can begin using the software. But before you do, just who is Glenridge Capital, anyway?

Glenridge Capital is a brokerage firm with offices in Dublin, London, and Thailand (remember above when we mentioned that most of these companies are based overseas?), although their URL has only been active since 2014.

There weren’t many online customer reviews for the company at the time of our research, but I’ve Tried That claims that Fast Cash Biz is simply a recycled scam from several months ago called the 7 Figure Club.

Also according to I’ve Tried That, it looks like Glenridge Capital was involved with a similar “scam” involving a fake binary options system named Overnight Profit with Gregory Leeds.

And in our opinion, Fast Cash’s basic business model is similar to essentially every other binary options platform we’ve reviewed, including Euro Millionaire System, Quick Cash System, 3 Week Millionaire, and more.

Let’s spell out what we mean.

Fast Cash Biz Might Be a Fast Way To Drain Your Bank Account

In all of the Fast Cash Biz videos (and essentially every other binary options platform we’ve reviewed), you’re flooded with pictures of expensive cars, gorgeous mansions, immense yachts, private planes, and swollen bank accounts. But in the end, you’re provided with very little usable information.

You know what this is called? Appealing to your desires instead of your brain.

Sure, we’d all like to believe that we can make an unlimited amount of money without having to lift a finger. But this is just pure fantasy.

The reality is that if you’re looking to make money from home, it takes sacrifice (especially if you’re coming from a standard 9 to 5 job), dedication, and lots of hard work. There are no shortcuts, and it’s not for everyone.

But the unfortunate reality is that there are thousands of scams within the work at home industry (some claim there are 42 scams for every legit opportunity), all of which prey on your desire for easy money.

Can you make money with binary options? Sure, it’s technically possible, although the odds are against you, and you’ll probably end up making more money for your broker than for you.

But even if you decide to begin trading, do you really want to do business with an underhanded company like Fast Cash Biz or Glenridge Capital, who feel they need to lure you in with a less-than-honest sales approach? We’ll let you decide.

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4 Customer Reviews for Fast Cash Biz

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  • 13 out 13 people found this review helpful

    I've been lied to and scammed.

    • Ft. Lauderdale, FL,
    • Jan 30, 2016

    After I signed up on FastCash.biz, I received a phone call from someone at Glenridge Capital letting me know they are my broker. I wanted to start my account at $250, but I was told the minimum is $500. I made the deposit, and shortly after received a call from a person who said they were my account representative. He told me not to waste my time trading on the fast cash site, as it doesn't work. He told me he would take care of me after I explained I'm permanently disabled and have very little savings. He promised he would make me a lot of money. The first thing he did was talk me into depositing my life savings of $20,000. For that, he said I would qualify for a bonus. I received the bonus and was emailed papers to print out and sign, then send back. Once this was done, he started hyping me up to invest into Disney because it's guaranteed because if it doesn't pay you, you then get your money back. So since it was guaranteed, I can't lose. Then I'm talked into putting the bulk of the remaining money in crude oil. That was two months ago. He calls me to give me information on small trades, most of them lose. During this time I get curious and start looking over the papers he had me sign. At this point I realize the bonus he gave me of $5400 would require me to make trades over $300,000.

    I start inquiring and he tells me not to worry and that I’ll do that in no time at all. Shortly before Christmas, I receive a call from someone that says they're my account representative supervisor, and that they want to help me out because they realize my investments are going to fail. If I put another $5000 into my account they will put a guarantee on the crude oil so I get the $5000 back that I initially invested. I informed him that his account rep had wiped out all my savings with the other investments and I had nothing else. I then informed him that I am struggling because of all the money I was talked into depositing resulted in me having trouble buying groceries. He assured me everything would be OK and they would start working with me after I got the money reimbursed for Disney.

    First Disney fails and I didn't get the $20,000 back in my account that I put up, it takes a week and over 10 phone calls and he put in $19,000 as another bonus today. Then yesterday, the crude oil also failed bring it to a total of $25,000 that’s now gone. So now with these so-called bonuses I need to make over $550,000 in trades before I can access my account to make a withdrawal.

    Almost every time my account rep said he was going to call, he didn’t. Do not under any circumstances trust these people, they will take everything you have and not give a second thought to the lives they destroy, because they get paid even if you lose. Names not included to protect the guilty. I hope this helps someone so they don't get scammed like I was!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Jun 12, 2016

      Ed Pineiro

      Lack of knowledge got me in some similar situation with Glenridge Capital. I was talked into depositing 1000 instead of the 250 advertised. Two lost trades later I stopped everything because I was promised that the first 5 trades will be a win. So I requested a complete withdraw of the 950 left. 3 weeks later they credited my bank account with 775 dollars. They charged me 175 dollars in service fees. Boy did I learn my lesson.

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  • 13 out 13 people found this review helpful

    Fastcash and Glenridge Captital a Big Scam

    • New York,
    • Jan 6, 2016

    I thought I'd test the system and opened an account through Fastcash.biz. They assigned me to Glenridge Capital where I opened an account for $250, but was really tricked into depositing $500. The way they trick you is to have you deposit $250 through Fast Cash and when you arrive at the Glenridge login page they ask you to deposit $250 to open your account. They won't let you open your account until you deposit $250 though their website. When my account was finally opened I saw a deposit of $500 in the account.

    I used the Fast Cash trading robot for a day and the account went down to $420. I Started by trading every recommendation so clearly, their claim of 96% success rate is a false.

    The following day I got a call from a Glenridge broker, telling me that the trading robots don't work and that in order to make money I needed to let her direct my trading. To do that, I needed to increase the value of my account to $20,000.

    I told her that if she could show me that she could make the balance of the $420 that was in my account grow, then I was going to close the account. She hung up on me.

    So I've requested a withdrawal and canceled the credit card that I used to open the account.

    From the behavior of the Glenridge broker, I don't think I'll get my account balance back.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Mar 7, 2016

      Kenneth

      Did you get your money back?

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  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    They suck

    • Oceanside California,
    • Nov 19, 2015

    I have been sent around and around with these people and I never once received any thing from them, not a thing. I threw away 250.00 dollars I didn't really have to advance myself and I got screwed. I saved all emails from these people and all their names and sites, so please if anyone has any questions, on names and sites let me know. I truly believed in Madison and what her partner was telling me -- WOW what a scam. They should face some kind of justice, they really need to be put in jail for ripping us all off. So, so sad.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Dec 13, 2015

      Vijay

      I have deposited $1000 on the account still I am waiting on the withdrawal on the money and haven't gotten a single penny.

    • Jun 12, 2016

      Ed Pineiro

      They are going to charge you around 175 dollars for service fees. That's what I was charge to get my $950 back and it took 3 weeks.

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  • 16 out 17 people found this review helpful

    Beware of Glenridge Capital

    • Fl,
    • Oct 24, 2015

    Beware of Glenridge Capital. I opened an account with FastCash and was assigned to Glenridge Capital. I was contacted by a rep called Stan. I deposited $250 and waited for a chance to start trading. I got no response. I tried contacting Glenridge and Stan but got no help. After about 5 days without any help I decided to withdraw my $250 and was charged $53.13. When I contacted Stan I was told it was a withdrawal fee. What a joke.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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