Is Gemini 2 a Scam?


is gemini 2 a scam

Said to consistently earn more than $12,000 a day without losing a trade in over two years, Gemini 2 Reloaded is the brainchild of former Google engineer Brandon Lewis. However, beneath this amazing story is a dark secret. Follow me as I reveal the Devil in the details.

Product Name: Gemini 2 Reloaded
Product Website: gemini-reloaded.com
Product Cost: $250, plus as much as they can steal!
Product Owner: Cannot be determined
Opinion: Not Recommended

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Is Gemini 2 a Scam?

is gemini 2 a scam

Gemini 2 or Gemini 2 Reloaded, which are the same thing, is offered as the brainchild of Brandon Lewis. Lewis is said to be a former computer engineer for Google who after creating a forecasting software that makes consistence winning trades became a millionaire at the age of 28.

According to the Gemini 2 Reloaded website, Gemini 2 is the latest generation of Mr. Lewis’s forecasting software, and he is making it available to the public for free. Mr. Lewis claims his software has not made a losing trade in over two years and can generate more than $12,000 in profit each day.

To prove how successful his software is and how it can dramatically change anyone’s life, Mr. Lewis takes to the streets to find an ordinary person to try his software.

He finds Jerry who we learn has only $63 in his bank account. By the end of the day, Jerry makes a thousand dollars with the Gemini 2 app. After a month of using Gemini 2, Jerry lives in a mansion with a swimming pool and owns a luxury sports car.

Brandon Lewis would like you to believe that if Jerry can become a millionaire with the Gemini 2 software, you can too. Unfortunately, there are a few problems with this assumption.

Brandon Lewis and Jerry are actors, and the Gemini 2 software is worse than fake. It’s dangerous.

Gemini 2 is a trick to get your money, and nothing about Gemini 2 Reloaded software will make you rich. In fact, if you get involved with Gemini 2, it is highly probably you will be driven deeply into debt.

What is Gemini 2?

If you scroll to the bottom of the Gemini 2 website and click on “Terms,” you will be taken to the Gemini 2 Reloaded terms of service which includes numerous disclaimers.

At the very bottom of the “Terms” page, you will find paragraphs 22 and 23.

In paragraph 22, you’ll see that Gemini 2 Reloaded takes no responsibility for what their brokers do to you, although Gemini 2 Reloaded is leading you to these brokers like a lamb to the slaughter.

In paragraph 23, you’ll see that Gemini 2 Reloaded reserves the right to change your personal account representative at any time and that the name your account rep uses is not their real name.

More about account representatives in a moment. For now, just know that the Gemini 2 Reloaded account representative is NOT your friend.

Finally, the very last sentence of the Terms/Disclosure statement reveals that Gemini 2 Reloaded may use actors.

What is Gemini 2 Reloaded Really?

The Gemini 2 Reloaded video and website are designed to convince you that you can make a lot of money fast with their special software. That is a lie.

The Gemini 2 sales video is trying to trick you into opening a binary options trading account with an unregistered broker. You should know there are registered brokers who are regulated by authorities and there are UNregistered brokers who are not regulated by anyone.

Gemini 2 is trying to seduce you into opening a trading account with an UNregistered broker. That would be bad, very bad because unregistered brokers operate outside of the law.

The United States Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) warns that unregistered brokers can steal people’s money, steal identities and manipulate software to make losing trades.

Read more about binary options brokers.

When an unresgistered broker gets your money, you will not get it back. And, there is nothing you can do about it. Your money is gone forever.

The minimum deposit for the Gemini 2 broker is $250, but your personal account representative will try to trick you into depositing more. Remember, I mentioned that the personal account rep is NOT your friend.

If you open an account and activate it with a deposit of $250 or more, the broker will probably manipulate the software, so it appears that you are making tons of money.

is gemini 2 a scam

Your so-called profits are not real, and you won’t be able to take the money out of your account. This trick is just a ruse to get you so excited you put more money into your account under the illusion you will make more money faster.

These types of scams try to trick people into borrowing to the hilt, taking every dime out of savings and retirement accounts, borrowing against credit cards and borrowing from friends and relatives. If you do this, you will lose it all and spend years paying it back. Your life could be ruined.

The Last Word on Gemini 2 Reloaded.

Gemini 2 Reloaded is a trick to get your money. If you give Gemini 2 Reloaded your money, it will be gone forever and parceled up among the players who tricked you.

Brandon Lewis, high-tech millionaire tycoon, does not exist. At this moment, the young man who portrayed Lewis in the sales video is either playing another character or searching for another role.

And there is no magic software that will make you rich.

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If you found this article helpful or have experience with Gemini 2, please leave a comment below.

23 thoughts on “Is Gemini 2 a Scam?

  1. Great site! I’ve never heard of the trading scam that you mentioned, but i now know if I ever see it, run far away! I like the layout of the sight; clean, modern design, and easy to navigate. One small thing to note: On your page “how to really make money online”, you begin to list 10 rules at the end of the page. In those rules, you skipped a #6. No biggie, just an observation.

    1. Hi, Dani!

      Thanks for catching the error. I’m a word guy, not a numbers guy. Thanks for your kind words about my website.

      All the best,

      Gary

  2. Unbelievable! Awesome work at reading all the fine print and highlighting it for us! Gemini sound like “The Wolf of Wall Street” of this generation! I cannot believe that there are people this bad still on the loose! I really appreciate your review and I will make a mental note to never have anything to do with Gemini!
    Thank you

  3. Thank you for revealing the scam that is Gemini reloaded. I’m not usually one to go looking for stock training sites, but this one has caught my eye and a simple google search brought me to your review. Thank you for saving my money and steering me in the right direction. I will definitely be checking out the community you recommend at the end of your article.

    1. Hi, The Dad!

      I appreciate your kind words and I’m glad my article about Gemini 2 could help.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  4. Yet another scam reviled, yes!

    Always looking for new opportunities and how can I tell the good opportunities from the scams if I’m not aware of the misleading programs out there.

    Thanks for revealing yet another scam to get out money! Only if the world was most honest and instead these scammers decided to take the honest side of online marketing.

    1. Hi, Salvatore V. Jenkins, Jr.!

      The best way to tell a scam from a legitimate offer is whether they have a free trial that does not require a credit card or a phone number. A legitimate program will let you try it for free, no strings attached, and won’t need anything more from you than your name and an email address. With a legitimate offer, the free trial lets you get to know the business before you commit.

      Scammers will sometimes claim they have a free offer but then ask for a credit card number and/or a phone number. That’s not free. If they get your phone number expect to be hammered by telemarketers.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  5. Hi Gary! Thank you for this review. It actually helped me to save time and MONEY because I came across your site while looking for reviews.

    That paragraph about the guy getting rich overnight said it all. I believe that if someone would have a tool for creating overnight millionaires it would cost a hell lot more than $250.

    Definitely not going on with it, gonna try the community you mentioned!

    1. Hi, Nicope!

      I agree. Nobody is getting rich overnight and if they are, they aren’t going to tell the world. Think about it. If a guy was to get rich overnight by some magic software and told the world, he would be inviting every ex-wife, ex-girlfriend and complete strangers to coming begging. 

      Not to mention the IRS would want a closer look and the meth head down the street would come visiting too. Worse, professional conmen committed to separating him from his wealth would appear at his door, pretending to be his new best friend.

      Another thing, getting a lot of money fast can be very, very destructive. It’s common knowledge that most lottery winners are worse off a year after winning millions.

      Yep, Gemini 2 is a scam, but it’s not original. It just slapped a new name on an old scheme.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  6. Great video and great review. I was thinking about checking out this program since I’ve been hearing a lot about it recently. One of the things that made me not join was I heard brokers can manipulate the trade signals as you stated.

    I’ve been working online for several years now and I am always looking for extra revenue streams. Your website helps my get through a lot of the clutter that’s out there and to find unbiased reviews.
    Thank you, Cedric H

  7. Plenty of scams out there. and all of them have the same pattern: pay a bit and earn bunch of money for no effort. I guess people really believe in fairy tales, otherwise, sites like this won’t exist. I wouldn’t be surprised if it worked for some folks, too. Maybe soon, when people get use to internet, these scams will be a thing of the past.

    1. Hi, Bob!

      There are a ton of scams like Gemini 2. They must be working for somebody, otherwise it would be different scam.

      Over the past two years, I’ve tried to imagine who are the victims of these scams and why are they falling for them?

      For one thing, emotions shut down the rational mind. If we have an emotional response we cannot think. Greed is an emotion. The scammers know that greed makes us stupid. If they can make us greedy there’s a pretty good chance we will step into their trap.

      There are also people who are addicted to the high of believing they will soon be rich. They don’t have a clue how to become wealthy, but if they believe the scammers story, for a short time, they believe they can live in a luxury home, travel to exotic places and drive a Lamborghini.

      It probably won’t surprise you to learn that some bitter wives, husbands, boyfriends or girlfriends with access to the other’s credit card with deliberately use a scam like Gemini 2 to destroy the others line of credit.

      And, of course, there is always the parent or spouse who is pushed to the limit and desperate to find a way to live a better life. They are crushed under the weight of responsibility and have no options. Anything looks better than another day in the same dead-end rut. These are the ones who suffer the most from scammers.

      Like you, I do hope as the internet matures, we will all instinctively recognize a scam from a mile away.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  8. I like your this article. Almost daily I look for honest websites presenting real ideas that work. It is hard to believe in the hype about getting rich quick. Over the years I have come to realize it only takes hard work to succeed. Will you have more detailed reports of other scam sites on the web?

    1. Hi, Sherry and John!

      I appreciate your kind words. Gemini 2 is typical of the online scams I find. So many have whopper promises of easy riches. It’s difficult to imagine someone believing them, but unfortunately, many people do.

      I’m convinced that 99% of the make money online offers are either junk or scams. It’s important to assume that 99% of the make money online offers are not worth your time, money or trust. If you are considering trying a make money online offer, make them prove to you that they are trustworthy. The best way to do this is to only try offers with a free trail period that does not require a credit card number.

      Wealthy Affiliate is the only one I know of that truly lets you join and try their program without risking a thing. That’s why I’m a member.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  9. Thank you for the heads up Gary. It is definitely a scary thing to fall into scam. Coming with 1 year of trading experience (huge losses incurred) I do not believe there is any system that can guarantee a 100% hit rate. Even if its 60 or 70% hit rate will be a very successful system as there are too many factors affecting trades of various kinds.

    And these actors should deserve to go to hell in their afterlife. I really feel for those being scammed by such people with zero moral value.

    1. Hi, Leo!

      Thanks for sharing your experience with trading. As you mentioned, even the best investment carries risk.

      Scams like Gemini 2 seem to target people who have no idea about investing or money management. The last place these people should start their investing/trading strategy is with binary options. Licensed brokers clearly warn that trading binary options is speculative.

      I’ve been investigating binary options scams for several months and my conclusion is that binary options trading is an artificial market created by and for the benefit of very large traders. What I mean is, a hedge fund manager who manages a billion dollar portfolio will know exactly what will happen to a stock if he dumps a million shares or buys a million shares at a specific time.

      In effect, a big trader like a hedge fund manager, can position himself to benefit when he drives the market down or when he drives the market up. But, he needs a lot of small traders to fund the market and to keep it liquid. These small traders do not stand a snow ball’s chance in hell of making money and their losses go into the pocket of the hedge fund manager. And, that is as good as it can get for the little guy.

      Binary options scams like Gemini 2 are a guaranteed way to lose money.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  10. Thank you ScamAvenger Gary! Last time I was on your site I learned about binaries and pretty much decided to stay away from that. I did realize that the traders they used were located outside of the US i.e. far out of reach from SEC regulations. I’ll pass on Gemini. You’re short article link at the end of the post is a much better option. Thanks again.

    1. Hi, Nathan!

      I’m so glad you found my articles useful. It difficult to determine precisely where scammers like Gemini 2 are based. Their websites hide behind several layers of cloaking, but you can bet, as you mentioned, they are far from the reaches of the SEC. It’s pure speculation on my part, but I suspect there is a tie to organized crime.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  11. Hi there Gary

    Outstanding! and Bravo for warning all your site visitors about a horrid and despicable scam! Kudos to you on that.

    I see these binary trading software programs as worse than gambling. With gambling you at least stand a chance of winning but with someone that able to operate in the background to make the trading software work in a way that guarantees that you lose money is just criminal!

    1. Hi, Derek Marshall!

      I agree, trading binary options with an unregistered broker isn’t trading anything. It’s throwing your money away. Even legitimate binary options trading with a real broker registered with the SEC is not investing, but at least they play by the rules.

      An unregistered broker is really too kind a word to describe these crooks. That’s like calling the people who break into your house and steal your big screen TV unauthorized movers.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  12. Wow great read.. thanks for the heads up. This goes back to the saying “if it’s too good to be true, then it probably isn’t”. In the past.. I too have became victim of these online outrageous earning promises, however after learning about Wealthy Affiliate, I realized what it actually takes to make money online and create a online business.

    1. Hi, Aaron!

      Part of me still wishes there was such a thing as magic software that will make me rich, but there just isn’t. Unless we are already rich, making money will take effort. Fortunately, the internet can leverage our efforts so we make more money and we make it for years to come, but it still takes effort and a few new skills.

      Thanks for mentioning Wealthy Affiliate. That’s where I learned to consistently make money online and that is where I recommend others learn too. Truly, the internet is the greatest opportunity most of us will ever have to be financially independent, but it won’t happen overnight and it won’t happen with just a push of the button like Gemini 2 wants you to believe.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

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