Is the Saffa Method a Scam.


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The Saffa Method promises an easy way to make hundreds of thousands of dollars in just a few weeks. However, a closer investigation exposes an ugly secret you should know. Follow me as I expose the Devil in the details.

Product Name: The Saffa method
Website: thesaffamethod.com
Product Cost: $250 plus all they can get!
Product Owner: Cannot be determined
Opinion: Not Recommended

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Is the Saffa Method a Scam?

In the Saffa Method sales video, Jake Mason promises you can quickly make hundreds of thousands of dollars, or he will pay you $10,000. Mason claims his software program will turn you into a millionaire. He’s lying.

Mason says if you want to make hundreds of thousands of dollars in the next month, all you have to do is create a free account, get his free software and click your mouse a few times.

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The Saffa Method website.

Several people in The Saffa Method sales video tell how they made hundreds of thousands of dollars with The Saffa Method app. However, the same people say the same thing in The Kiwi Method. We can only assume they are actors reading a script.

To prove how much money you can make with his system, Jake Mason logs into his bank account to show us his balance of $12 Million. It’s fake. The same thing happens in The Brit Method, The Kiwi Method, The Aussie Method, The Singapore Method and The Malay Method videos.

Is The Saffa Method too good to be true? You better believe it!

The Saffa Method is a scam of the highest magnitude. It’s yet another binary options fraud from an unknown international organization that spits out “Method” scams by the dozens.

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Same actor on Kiwi Method and Saffa Method. Different Jake Masons.

Jake Mason is Fake.

Remember in at the beginning of the video when Jake Mason guaranteed you’d make hundreds of thousands of dollars the first month, or he’d pay you ten grand? Don’t hold your breath. Jake Mason isn’t real.

Jake Mason is Jake Mason in The Kiwi Method and Jake Pertu in The Aussie Method, and Jake Shen in The Malay Method.

He’s a paid voice actor, and his picture is nothing more than a stock image of a male model. Jake Mason is no more real than Santa Clause. Sorry for a dose of reality, but it’s time you knew.

Read the Disclaimer!

The truth is, you will not make hundreds of thousands of Dollars your first month, and Jake will not pay you $10,000.

The Saffa Method earnings disclaimer states they don’t guarantee anything.

You can read the Saffa Method Earning Disclaimer yourself if you scroll to the bottom of the webpage and click on “Disclaimer.”

The disclaimer is not easy to read. The Saffa Method scammers have bolded all of the text to create a virtual wall of words, no doubt, hoping you’d ignore it. But please DO READ if, if you are remotely considering getting involved.

Read the disclaimer, and you will see The Saffa Method does NOT guarantee you anything.

Mason’s promise and all the claims from the testimonials are lies.

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Why the Saffa Method is a Scam.

There is nothing special about The Saffa Method. It’s just a long sales video designed to get you to open an account with an unregistered binary options broker and give them at least $250.

They will try to get a lot more money from you, but their scheme starts at $250.

If you give your money to The Saffa Method broker, you will NOT get anything back. Nothing. Money only flows one way with The Saffa Method scam.

Think of The Saffa Method broker as a psychopath seated in a smoke-filled room in a former Warsaw Pac country typing on a Russian-made laptop. He’s not a broker at all. He’s just a stranger in a foreign country who will take your money.

The Difference Between a Registered and Unregistered Brokers.

The United States, the Securities Exchange Commission grants licenses to registered brokers who conform to the securities trading laws of the US and a code of ethics. If a registered broker cheats a trader, the trader can ask the SEC to help them get their money back.

Unregistered Brokers are not licensed or regulated, and their code of ethics is nothing more than honor among thieves, which is to say, not much. Typically, unregistered brokers are in a foreign country out of reach of regulatory agencies.

When an unregistered broker gets your money, you will not get it back.t. It’s gone forever.

The United States SEC reports that unregistered brokers, like The Saffa Method, use software to fake losing trades, steal people’s money and their identity.

The truth is, an unregistered broker is not a broker at all. They do not broker trades. They just take people’s money. Money only flows one way with The Saffa Method scam.

It is misleading to call an unregistered broker a broker. It’s like calling a thief an unauthorized distributor.

The Saffa Method will lie to you until they get you to give them your money. And they will adjust the software to trick you into giving them more money.

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If you found this article helpful or have experience with The Saffa Method, please leave a comment below.

26 thoughts on “Is the Saffa Method a Scam.

  1. Thanks For this Mr Gary.

    If there were no people like you who took the time out to tell us about scams going around then we would all be in a loss…. as I received an sms that took me to their website… there were some things that didn’t match up like when I also received a call from the same number from another binary system that I registered last year (which was an immediate red light) … … as soon as I saw the phone number I knew that something isn’t adding up & I’ve decided to check on google then stumbled onto this website….

    so Thank you again
    & thanks for saving a lot of people from loss & grief & from finding out that they’ve been taken for the same ride….

    1. Hi, Graham!

      I’m so glad you found my site and that my article on The Saffa Method was helpful. I appreciate your kind words.
      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your experience.

      I’m here for you,
      Gary

  2. Wow – Saffa basically is what we refer to ourselves here in South Africa – so sad to see this scam. I think all of us have been taken one time or another, and eventually we all come to the same conclusion that the only way to have a sustainable online business is generally through a website – and to learn everything you can about it and to persist with consistent posts. Thanks for the reveal.

    1. Hi, Laurie!

      Thanks for weighing in as a real life Saffa. I had never heard the term until I came upon The Saffa Method. The scammers behind it apparently are circling the globe using colloquial names. They’ve got the Kiwis and Canucks covered too, but it’s the same scam all around.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

      1. Thanks For this Mr Gary. If there were no people like you who took the time out to teach us about scams going around we would all be in a loss…. as I received an sms that detours me to their website… & there some things that didn’t match up & I received a call from the same number from another binary system that I registered… I didn’t answer … as soon as I saw the phone number I knew that something isn’t adding up & I’ve decided to check on google then stumbled onto this website….

        so Thank you again
        & thanks for saving a lot of people from a loss & grief that they’ve been taken for the same ride….

  3. Hey Gary,

    My friend, I am glad you have exposed this scam as like you I have seen this scam before. The saying goes if it to good to be true then it isn’t. I did know there were others out there with different names doing the same thing. We all want to make the best out of hard earn money.

    It is bad when everywhere you look there is the shinny object ready to take your retirement saving. Fortunately, I have not been a victim and thank you for this page now I am more alert to watch out for them. I really appreciate it. Thank you

    1. Hi, AJones!

      You are so right. The internet is a minefield of scams. I think it is safe to assume that 99% of the offers to make money online are scams or otherwise worthless. That’s why I recommend our community.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  4. Hi Gary!

    Thank you for explaining how to make money online in a clear way, I love your logo and the video! It was very clear and I’m glad to know that there is a place where you can start your online business for free, with real people helping people, again, thank you so much for showing me this way!

  5. I get so annoyed at these SCAM sites! I’m also embarrassed that someone has used the good “Kiwi” name to regurgitate a similar sales model to effectively steal $250 from people. Being a New Zealander, I know that Kiwi people have a reputation for being honest, upfront, and hard working, so the fact the Kiwi name is used in another version of this really makes my blood boil. Here’s hoping that by sharing your findings, more people will not get sucked into giving away their hard-earned cash!

    1. Hi, Mara!

      Thanks for speaking up in defense of honest Kiwis. I’ve been following the scammer behind The Saffa Method and The Kiwi Method for a long time. They have a ton of similar scams and that target specific demographic groups. Shame on them!

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  6. Hi Gary,

    It is unfortunate that people are victimized by scammers such as Jake Mason and the Saffa Method. Such incidence promote an overall lack of trust in the online business community as a whole. So many people want to invest or launch a business to expand their lifestyle or feed their families but have to contend with the reality of scammers. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

    1. Hi, Keith!

      The Saffa Method, unfortunately, isn’t the worse scam I’m discovered online, but it’s bad enough and can cost people thousands of dollars. Like you mentioned, usually, it’s hard working people who are struggling to make ends meet who fall victim to these scams. I urge people to assume an offer is a scam and make them prove to your that they are legit. If the offer makes you feel greedy, it’s probably a scam.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  7. Hi Gary,

    It is unfortunate that people are victimized by scammers such as Jake Mason and the Saffa Method. Such incidence promotes an overall lack of trust in the online business community as a whole. So many people want to invest or launch a business to expand their lifestyle or feed their families but have to contend withe reality of scammers. Thank you for bringing this to my attention

    1. Hi, Keith!

      I agree. I meet people online all the time who have been scammed so often they have given up on trying to make money online. So, scammers like The Saffa Method not only steal people’s money. They rob them of a genuine opportunity to make money online the right way.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  8. It’s very astonishing to how far some scammers would try to cheat us. Elaborate websites, programs, even actors – this shows how much money they can still make out of gullible people m many thanks for your comprehensive review Gary. I really wish mine

    Nice people can read this and be aware of the danger of this Saffa method.

    1. Hi, Isaac!

      I can only imagine the money these scammers make. As you mentioned, they clearly put a lot of money into their scam. They wouldn’t do that if they weren’t confident they would make money for their efforts.

      Unfortunately, the victims of scams like The Saffa Method are usually the ones who can least afford to lose the money.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  9. Gary,

    I truly feel sorry for people who still fall for these so-obvious cons. Only they are just completely foolish in their belief that they have found something never seen before on the Internet.

    You would think that there could possibly not be one person on the planet who could believe that he/she could earn $100,000 or more within a short time period with some program – such as the Saffa method.

    And if they don’t earn that amount of money someone will pay that person $10,000 for his/her troubles. All that would be required is that the silly individual fork over the $250 join price.

    Geez, when will people just wake up and understand that no one could possibly earn 6 figures in a short time through some online program that is basically illegal as you proved?

    Greed remains one of human beings’ 7 deadly sins. As long as people yearn for something that they can obtain with little or no effort, (primarily money) that scams such as this one will still exist online.

    Thanks for warning people, Gary to stay as far away from this fraud opportunity as possible!

    Jeff

    1. Hi, Jeff!

      Investigating scams like The Saffa Method has taught me a few things about human nature. I’m reminded of the bit of old wisdom which states “A fool and his money are soon parted.”

      I’m hopeful that as the internet matures these scams will be a thing of the past.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  10. Some people feel that they are being sucked into a scam but they suspend disbelief and hope that what they are getting into would turn out to be legitimate. These scammers entice people with huge amounts in so short a time hoping that greed would get the bettter of them. Sadly, there are those who don’t learn from other people’s mistakes. They think it would never happen to them but when it does, it’s too late.
    Thanks for exposing these “Method” scams. It’s the first time I’ve heard of them.

    1. Hi, Norma!

      Greed is a powerful emotion and scammers are geniuses at using it against us. It is impossible to think clearly while also experiencing a strong emotion. The scammers know if they can make a person greedy for the pig in a poke they are selling, they can get that person’s money. And that is all they are interested in.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  11. Thank you Gary for this very enlightening post. As yet another in the long line of online scams is brought to the light. It is amazing to me that so many must fall prey to these types of programs.

    If is sounds too good to be true, it is too good to be true and we should all be able and willing to recognize and ignore it. Think how much money people would save by not giving in to these plans.

    Thank you again Gary for this well written and well put together post.

    1. Hi, Frank!

      The scammer behind The Saffa Method must be making a fortune. They have at least a dozen websites up that are clones of each other. It’s like they are trolling the entire planet for anyone gullible enough to fall for their scam.

      You are right of course, but some people suspend disbelief when they find a scam like this. They want to believe. Maybe their life circumstances are so dreadful, they need to believe.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  12. Incredible what the scammers will do to get people’s money. The two screen shots you show from the two scam page. It’s pretty much the scam page with a name change and a couple of minor changes. Makes you wonder how many of these pages that they have created. There could be hundreds of these out there with simply different names.

    Also amazing that they have a disclaimer page that says they don’t guarantee anything. They know people will not read the page. I guess that it partly makes them look legit and partly to try to keep them out of legal trouble.

    Hopefully you keep finding there pages and keep letting people know about them.

    1. Hi, Steve!

      Yes, The Saffa Method is nearly identical to about a dozen “method” websites I’ve found. I did find one exception. The exception is a good looking website, so I think the scammer is upping his game.

      Reading and understanding the disclaimer is essential. If there is no disclaimer, it’s sure sign the offer is a scam.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  13. Thank you for bringing light to yet another scam out there on the internet. It’s scary to think normal smart people fall victim to scams all the time, just because they are looking to make an income or just extra cash. But the more people talk about it, the better it is to expose them for what they really are–a scam. How did you hear about The Saffa Method? I actually never heard of it before now.

    1. Hi, ValVal!

      There seems to be more scams online every day. These scammers know precisely what they are doing. In the case of The Saffa Method scam, the scammer continually refines and revises his pitch. The Saffa Method is just one of at least a dozen “Method” scams this guy runs online. You asked how I heard about The Saffa Method.

      Your question reminded me of line in the Clint Eastwood movie, “The Outlaw Josey Wells.” Wells is being tracked across Texas by lawmen and bounty hunters. In true Eastwood fashion, there are a lot of gun fights and killing. Referring to the outlaw Josey Wells, there’s a scene after a bloody gunfight where one bounty hunter says to another, “He’s an easy man to track. He leaves bodies everywhere he goes.”

      The Method scams are easy to track, because the scammer casts a very wide sales funnel online.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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