Finance Herald Scam – InstaCash App Review

The Finance Herald scam is just a cheap translated copy of another scam called Financial Echo. I have done a complete review of Financial Echo. Financial Herald is just a Dutch translation of Financial Echo apart from this everything else is the same. The app and broker they are promoting at the backend are same as well.


Finance Herald is scamming their viewers as well as violating FTC regulation. They have given their website fake news/blog look. Now, this is on purpose, I have seen similar advertorials. Which looks like a news post but actually are promoting some product. However, in this case, they aren’t promoting they are in fact defrauding people. The only reason they are mimicking news website layout is to build credibility.

Now the reason behind their news styling is to be trustworthy. They scammer operating the Finance Herald scam understand that their claims aren’t true and outrageous. Simply check the top navigation bar, the different category like tech and media doesn’t redirect you to their articles but rather redirect you to page to sign up with their shady broker.

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Proof of Scam

The video starts with a news clipping which looks pretty original. But in actual it is a fake recording done over Fiverr by an actor. Like I have already said the reason they are using news theme is to make it look credible. Just after the news clipping, they have placed a user review which is also fake and done over Fiverr.

Now I am going to give you undeniable proof. Check the screenshot below from Fiverr. He is the same guy as in Financial Herald pitch video news clipping. He is offering his news recording service on Fiverr for just Five Dollars. Meaning for just five dollars he will say anything.


How InstaCash Scam Works?

The InstaCash app is worthless 3rd party app. It is based on binary options and automatically trades options. It is proven to pile up your losses. The app itself is free, that’s what they are promoting. And building its desirability by fabricating the profits it made for others. However, in order to access or activate the app, you need to open and fund an account with their choice of binary options brokers with at least $250.

Apart from this, the comments which are trying to act like testimonials are all fake. They had been designed by web-designer and not given by genuine users. In addition, the images on the comments are stolen off the internet and used without their consent.



My advice is to complete avoid Finance Herald scam and not to fall prey to them. They are complete waste of time and money. There are negative reviews regarding InstaCash scam app all over the internet. The app simply doesn’t work. Stay Safe.

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