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    Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Roy Tribble, who runs the site ScamWatchDog.org claims to be the "#1 Trusted of Binary Options Review Site". On his GPLUS profile, he professes to exposes "Media Scams, hoaxes, and Fakery."



    Of course it's hard to trust somebody who says they expose fakery, when they themself usea stock photo for their own image. Fellow, REALSCAM member, RibShaw found this stock photo of Roy:



    Roy also claims to be a "Media Watchdog Expert & Fraud Investigator - Expert fraud investigator and cyber crime forensics analyst":



    ...but apparently can't spot fake testimonials using basic Google reverse image search. Here are a few Binary Options he recommended that were using fake testimonials that could be detected in under 5 minutes:



    Compare that to the warning about Auto Profit Replicator at RealScam here:

    Auto Profit Replicator - Give it Me for Free!

    Here he is recommending Binary Machine:



    Compare that to the warning at RealScam here:

    Binary Machine - Travel the World at BinaryMachine.co

    Here Roy recommendes Professional Binary Robot:



    Compare that to the warning at RealScam here:

    Professional Binary Robot Scam
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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    If you are wondering why Roy Tribble is using Bill Weld's GPLUS Profile, he proposes an explanation here that involves:

    "a top secret government operation to put nano particle "kill switch" devices in our food and water supply"
    Here's a video where he explains what one of his "sources" in the State Department told him about a goverment-orchestrated stock market collapse:


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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Roy's Prayer For Those Who Are Struggling Financially:



    He prays that these people struggling financially will get ahead by using some of the software and systems he recommends.

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    Scam WatchDog and abc News?

    Here Roy claims:

    "ScamWatchdog.org featured in ABC News's Virginia WSET-TV 13 article"


    And by "featured in", apparently he means he wrote a press release and submitted it through the publicly available press release service PRWeb:


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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Be afwaid, people, be vewwy, vewwy afwaid:



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    Post Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Roy Tribble at ScamWatchdog.org is Running a Huge Scam (1)


    Roy Tribble at ScamWatchdog.org is Running a Huge Scam (2)

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Real people giving real testimonials, my a**

    So, here's Roy Tribbles' lead into one of the fake testimonials:




    ScamWatchdog binary options testimonials

    Here's the fake testimonial featuring "Joe L"



    Here's "Roy Lindemann" aka "Godfather" on his Fiverr page advertising his services:


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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Haha, "Roy" did a hilarious fake redneck voice :)

    Picked a stock pic of a redneck and posted as his.

    But his sig, needs work, did you use MSPaint and mouse to draw that ,heh, Roy ?

    Roy_sig.jpg

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    Oh jesus,




    ROYT_christ.jpg

    (I don't feel sorry for that guy, only a real moron can say something like that)

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Caleb, I see you are still hunting for a quick buck :)
    Still cannot believe they are all scams ? If you so desperate to trade, i would recommend you US stock market (Nasdaq), stay away from unlicensed and offshore binop and forex kitchens, they made to take your money one way or another, even if you win big, no way they will let you cash it out.

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    My standard "mother hen" with Binary Options. Anyone reviewing brokers that are not licensed in the US and not mentioning that fact is doing their readers a disservice. if people are willing to violate securities law, what outcome does one expect for their money?




    Can offshore "brokers" trade with US residents?

    In the case of off-shore platforms offering binary options to retail customers in the United States, the answer to this question is a resounding "No".

    As the Director of Enforcement for the CFTC stated in connection with a recently filed lawsuit:

    "It is against the law to solicit U.S. persons to buy and sell commodity options, even if they are called ‘prediction’ contracts, unless they are listed for trading and traded on a CFTC-registered exchange or unless legally exempt."

    Binary Options Legal US
    "It's virtually impossible to violate rules ... but it's impossible for a violation to go undetected, certainly not for a considerable period of time." Bernie Madoff
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scam-...98399986981403

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    This ridiculous scammer Roy Tribble is all over the place. Looks like another classic case of trying to "baffle them with bulls**t".

    On this page, he states:

    "Some more testimonials on my software are coming. I've spoken with a few people using it who are willing to go on camera and offer some detailed testimonials"

    On this page, he states:

    "I also only use REAL testimonials! Click here to learn more, and learn why most testimonials are fake"

    On this page, he states:

    "Scam sites like BinaryOptionsWatchdog.com continue to suck people in, with their fake reviews and fake testimonials. They confuse people with their fake reviews, and get them to buy their scam trading bot, Option Bot 2.0 -- it is criminal what is going on! I only wish I could do more"

    On this page, he states:

    "ScamWatchdog.org only uses REAL testimonials!
    A lot of websites and even “review” sites will post fake testimonials. Often, this is done to promote a product for sale (for example, BinaryOptionsWatchdog.com posts numerous fake testimonials and fake comments to promote their scam products such as Option Bot 2.0 and Mike’s Auto Trader).
    Since ScamWatchdog.org does not have any products it sells and since we believe in doing things with integrity, we provide real testimonials.
    Any testimonial that appears on my site is real. People email me their experiences all the time and I post them.
    The testimonials on my Master List are from real people. In every case, I ask the person for permission to share the testimonial. I ask if I can use their full name or first name, and their email. In each case, the person specifies what they wish to be made public.
    If you wish to verify the testimonials, you can write me and I can forward your message to the person in question if their email was not posted"


    Then on this page, he states:

    "The testimonials are atypical, and only examples of the absolute best and unlikeliest results. Some actors have been used to impart some or all testimonials to protect the identities of those involved, and for their safety and protection. A number of people I’ve given my software to are concerned about their privacy and did not wish to appear on camera and requested actors be used. This has been stated in each video as well. Please note this practice will no longer be used, and from now on only real mentor members willing to appear on camera will be offered as testimonials. Roy Tribble feels he made a mistake in using actors to impart some of the stories of his mentor members thus far, and again, this practice will no longer be used whatsoever in the future. (Note: We make every effort to use real, legitimate testimonials, please see this disclaimer on how we use testimonials.)"

    JustTooMuchTime has already proven that he is using a fake photo to illustrate his own trustworthy self and littleroundman has proven his testimonial actors are from fiverr.com.
    While those are are pretty typical scammer tactics, here's where it gets weirder.

    On this page towards the bottom under "Recent Success Stories", there are four testimonials complete with photos of four different happy smiling customers that have been merged into a single .jpg to make it difficult to image-search the internet for them. Once you separate them and search, you find that Roy Tribble has been busy stealing photos from various places on the internet for his testimonials:



    "Jeff & Eileen" - (google returns) Actually Steve and Beth Fromm, writers of erotic literature.



    "Gregory H." - Image not found



    "Jeff W." - (google returns)



    "Dennis M." - (google returns)

    Ok, not so weird. Just stolen fake testimonial photos. But if you check the location where he stores the image of them all stitched together as one .jpg, you get: http://danbilzerian.info/bigtestimonial2s.jpg

    Huh? And who is Dan Bilzerian? Well, he's a self-proclaimed pro gambler, wannabe actor and apparent attention whore who operates his own legitimate self-promotional website at Dan Bilzerian.COM.

    It appears that our "super-Christian" binary options friend Roy Tribble has something to do with the bogus DanBilzerian.info website:

    He stores his photos there.
    His christianitynewstoday1@gmail.com email address that he uses for all of his other sites is listed as the "Registrant Email" on the site's domain registration details.
    The home page is covered in "titz-n-azz" photos that all have the Welcome to ScamWatchdog.org - ScamWatchdog.org url listed under each one of them.



    This scammer reminds me of Donald Alan Kernan Jr, Brad Kamanski and Clayton L. Parker all rolled into one.

    Pure sleaze.

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    awesome research shipster.
    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Ditto on Whip. That was awesome, shipdit!

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    The guy has plenty domains on him, if someone want to research:

    SCMWD_whois.jpg

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Sometimes uses address in Las Vegas:

    SCMWD_whois2.jpg

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    Super Signal Software Reviews

    I guess it should come as no surprise to anybody who's made it this far through this thread, that Roy Tribble appears to have paid a few people 5 bucks to do reviews of his Super Signal Software on Amazon. Here's his current rating for the Scam Watchdog Super Signal's software:

    This review is probably the only real review on there and reveals just how devious and financially draining this scam can be for people who buy into it:



    Here's one his reviewers named Erik Schram:





    Looks like that fine testimonial set Mr. Tribble back about 5 bucks - or maybe $5.99, because he probably had to send Schram 99 cents to purchase the eBook:



    The following may be the only real review about Roy Tribble's Super Signal Software - and it shows just how financially draining this scam can be for the victims that fall for it:


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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by shipdit View Post

    Then on this page, he states:

    "The testimonials are atypical, and only examples of the absolute best and unlikeliest results. Some actors have been used to impart some or all testimonials to protect the identities of those involved, and for their safety and protection. A number of people I’ve given my software to are concerned about their privacy and did not wish to appear on camera and requested actors be used. This has been stated in each video as well. Please note this practice will no longer be used, and from now on only real mentor members willing to appear on camera will be offered as testimonials. Roy Tribble feels he made a mistake in using actors to impart some of the stories of his mentor members thus far, and again, this practice will no longer be used whatsoever in the future. (Note: We make every effort to use real, legitimate testimonials, please see this disclaimer on how we use testimonials.)"
    I think what Roy means to say is that he made a mistake because he didn't realize how easy it was to find fake testimonials using Google reverse image search.

    Also, why is he referencing "Roy Tribble" in the 3rd person?


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    sounds like all this is just tribble dribble.
    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Whoever is pretending to be Roy Tribble
    Roy Tribble feels he made a mistake in using actors to impart some of the stories of his mentor members
    Only because he got caught out doing it
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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    NikSam posted a connected domain registered to J.R. Tribble. Here's an old version of the BillHWeld Blogspot site and there's something oddly familiar about Justin's picture there:



    (Justin/Roy?) has a very unique way of spreading God's word...through Binary Options scams...and Vibrator Sites:



    Last edited by JustTooMuchTime; 03-21-2015 at 01:09 AM.

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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    I'm really starting to question if there really is a Roy Tribble or if this is yet another hoax being perpetuated by Justin Tribble. All he would need is somebody to play the "voice of Roy" or possibly do the voice himself. Justin wouldn't mind if Joel Osteen prayed over him:


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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Some good insights in this video:


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    Re: Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by NikSam View Post
    The guy has plenty domains on him, if someone want to research:
    Quote Originally Posted by NikSam View Post
    Sometimes uses address in Las Vegas:
    I would like to hear Roy Tribble answer simple questions like:

    What made you choose the name "Mike Smith" (Las Vegas) when you registered the domain name
    danbilzerian.info?

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