The Vena System is creating quite a flutter on the Internet. We too noticed the buzz and decided to review it. As you know, we spare no scope for scammers to trick you by using their software, so here we are. We must admit that the budgets and the confidence of the scammers are at an all time high. The Vena System pitch video must have cost a great deal. The promises being made throughout the video looked suspicious, and it didn’t take us long to be clear in our minds that the Vena System is a full blown scam.
Marc Vena and the Vena System Scam
In the video, the Vena System has been introduced to us by a young man, Marc Vena. The system itself carries his last name. Based out somewhere in the UK, Marc tells us how he wishes to invite and enroll people from ‘all four corners of the world’ to be part of his ‘inner circle’ of friends. He further adds how he intends to limit the number to just fifty people. Out of the fifty, twenty-seven had already been let in, and Marc is looking for twenty-one more. However, this figure strangely is mentioned as seventeen in the FAQs section on the website.
Marc, was a wholesale currency buyer, tells us how he used to buy millions of dollars of worth currency from banks daily after negotiating the best price and selling it to businesses which required huge amounts of forex. This background made him an expert in forecasting currency exchange rates, and he started trading as a part-time and eventually the Vena System was ‘born.
The Vena System is allegedly capable of earning over $5,000 daily for its users. Over a month the profits could soar to $150K and $1.8 million after a year! Marc takes us to the homes of a few of his ‘special’ friends to give us a ‘Live’ insight into how their lives have changed and what kind of incomes the Vena System was generating for them. First, he takes us to the home of a young single mother of a specially-able child, Jane. She tells how by the ‘eighth day’ she has earned over $35K. Next, Marc takes us to Graham’s home. Graham, a retired senior citizen who speaks rather too pensively, compliments what Jane spoke of. Graham allegedly earned over $7,000 daily and had been using the Vena System for over a year.
Why is the Vena System a Scam?
The over $5,000 daily profits statement was enough to trigger our suspicion and many other findings exposed the lies of Mr. Vena. The self-proclaimed online mentor of world renown finds no mention in any financial tabloid or the media. He claims how he prefers to stay away from the limelight and rather lets his earnings do the talking. But, ‘staying away’ is different than ‘perpetual absence’! We should have been able to find at least a trace of him somewhere. We even tried to investigate the bigger business houses around London involved in travel and tourism. Even they had not heard of anyone with like Marc Vena. So, in all due sense, Marc Vena, the CEO of the Vena System does not exist in reality.
Marc presents himself as a principled man and attributes his success to three tenets which he mentions twice in the video. It’s ironical how he calls trust, respect, and dignity as the reasons for his growth in life. What is respectful and dignified in whatever he is doing? An actor serving the scammers to help them dupe innocent people by lending them his voice, does it not amount to a breach of trust? Anyways, let’s not expect such principles from scammers whose only goal is to earn money at the cost of unsuspecting traders’ investments.
Marc has nothing to say about how the software actually came into being. Throughout the video, he just had the word ‘born’ for it. It seems he has just bypassed the SDLC and testing altogether. As for the technology he uses the vague phrase “software has inbuilt-programs.”
Inner-Circle of 50?
We are sure that the purpose stated to induct more people to use the Vena System is an eye-wash. You would see that the 21(or 17?) new members wouldn’t be met anytime soon. The website would seek new enrollments for many days to come. After all, how can only a handful few satisfy their scam targets! In the absence of any trustworthy brokers, all the money one invests is bound to get lost. In such a situation, the scammers and their “certified and tested” brokers would earn huge profits, which leave no reason for them to shut shop.
Fake Testimonials and Endorsements
When the credentials of Mr. Vena are under doubt, how can the testimonials be true? Whether it is Jane or Mr. Graham, all are actors, and we are sure they would not have done trading or earned a tenth of what they claim in the video. The other testimonials on the website are also not credible. The scammers have left no way to ascertain their profiles. Just using photos from random sources and writing the so-called testimonials themselves does not involve much effort.
The stickers of organizations like BBB, Trustwave, McAfee Secure, TRUSTe, etc. are not genuine as well. Had they been genuine, they would have been clickable and would have redirected to their respective websites where some acknowledgment of Vena System should have been visible. The scammers use such tricks to produce a fake environment of trust.
Thanks for reading my Vena System review carefully. The Vena System cannot be trusted. The string of proofs we have presented in our review should suffice to ignore it once and for good. The scammers play with emotions and ironically talk of principles. Do not get moved by such sentimental talks and always be cautious while taking your trading decisions. With these words and hoping you would value our suggestions, we wind up this review. Thanks for reading!