Is The Quantum Code a Scam and Can You Trust Michael Crawford

Is the Quantum Code A Scam would you believe this man

So is the Quantum Code a scam? In this review, I will walk you through this business and show the techniques I use to identify if you can trust them enough to give them your money. The Question is will it be the revolutionary software they make it out to be or just another scammer trying to steal your money.

What is the Quantum Code?

Company: Quantum Code

Founder: Michael Crawford

Cost: $300 to get started! (Even though he says his software is free!)

Potential Earnings: You Will Lose Your Money! 

Recommendation: Stay well clear of this SCAM!

Quantum Code company Logo

Michael claims to have built software that bids on binary options and is 100% fully automated and Guaranteed to win 100% of the time. He says their software can pretty much see the future of trades and makes the right choice every time with the help of it’s ‘Near Quantum Speed’ analysis technology.

This is a very bold claim as even some of the best brokers on the binary options market can only boast up 85% success rate. Not a single broker can boast 100% success rate. Even the best brokers can’t predict everything. They look for behaviours of businesses and impact of business changes to identify opportunities.

So follow me while we figure out if this is legit or not. Let’s look into the detail of these claims and examine the promotional video. After all, this is where they are trying to hook you in.

At first Glance

At the beginning of the video, Michael poses with a new car in front of a villa style house and Michael begins by dangling ideas of fast boats, private Jets, Diamonds and sports cars to wet your appetite. This a common trend with these types of promotional videos/scams designed to excite you into what you can have. They are trying to tell you this could be you if you sign up with us.

Dangling expensive items at you to think this could be you

Michael Crawford then goes on to tell you that he has just got back from one his many holidays he takes every year on his private jet because of how much money he makes. Apparently, he has so much money he wants to help everyone else do the same. What a nice guy!

He says that you might have heard of him from reading Forbes and other financial magazines.

No, not really because Michael Crawford doesn’t exist!

The Wall Street Wizard

‘I make people into millionaires over night so they afford their own private Jet.’

‘You will make $10,000 a day starting today!’

‘You want to know how the rich get richer?’

‘This Video will only be up for a day’

He then goes on to how much of a nice guy he is (blah, blah, blah) and how he just wants to help people and wants nothing back in return. Totally believe you Mr ‘Wall Street Wizard’, the guy I’ve never heard of and can’t find anywhere on the internet except here.

While on his Jet he does cheesy things like ‘oh I’ve just received a message from one of the people I’m helping who is thanking me for helping him make another $1o,000 dollars today’.

Through the video, he continuously makes claims of:

‘You don’t require any investment what so ever!’

‘You won’t need to have any money in your account to get started!’

Quantum Headquarters

Sergei Quantum speed tech wizard

Sergei Quantum speed tech wizard

Sergei his tech wizard is introduced and he starts talking about the software. Michael also says the reason he called his software Quantum code was the fact his software works with ‘Near Quantum Speed Technology’. He says this is why it’s always one step ahead as their software is faster than anything out there. This is why their software is 100% accurate delivering 100% success rate, every time.

This NQS technology apparently works by calculating the information quicker than any other software out that so it can anticipate any other business moves and buys the stock before they do and sells quicker so always guarantees 100% success rate.

NQS technology doesn’t exist, this is a made-up term!

He makes out that all the wealthy people are using his system they just don’t tell you that because they don’t want you to get rich they want it all to themselves.

Light bulbs should start to go off at this point, no-one is that nice that they will give you something for free if it makes so much money!

If it was this good you would sell this software for a small fortune saying that they will make their money back.

Millionaire Business Headquarters

One thing that made me chuckle, as Micheal walks you around Quantum Headquarters he takes your from a few offices and it’s funny that for a Millionaire’s business headquarters they scrimped on signage. All the way through the video they use the same size small sign of Quantum Code, it’s probably the same sign used over and over. It’s also the sign they use on the private jet, where you see it stuck on the cabin doors.

Quantum Code HQ small signs must be a scam


Through the video, he links up with some of his successful sign ups so that they can share their successes with you. The first person he contacts is supposed to be an English professor called Robert Anderson. This guy has the worst fake English accent and has the stereotypical English old guy look like something out of a cheap movie. This made me laugh when listening as he sounds so scripted he isn’t even a good actor. The background has been picked to look like a library, come on, really!

Fake testimonials of Robert Anderson


My Conclusion

Quantum Code is a Scam!

I could keep sharing more reasons that tell me this business doesn’t seem legit as the video goes on for over 50 mins and it’s full from start to finish.

Here are some of my reasons why I think that this is a scam:

Promotional Sign up Video

This isn’t a new style of promotional video used to share a money-making business. They spam you with images of fast sports cars, diamonds and fancy holidays as a method of exciting you into signing up to their money making business. They want you to think they have all this and you can have it too. I have reviewed several scams where they use pretty much the same style. They try to show you that it’s all down to their ‘revolutionary’ software.

Limited Availability

1 spot available for Quantum codeThe first sign that a business could be a scam is the limited time and limited positions available technique. Most legit businesses don’t do this as they know their products are great. They try to force people to make a decision before they can think about it properly. People make rash decisions this way and get caught out because they don’t get a chance to use their gut instinct. Their head gets excited and they get carried away.

False System, Huge Lie!

There is no software or system, Quantum Code doesn’t exist, all they are doing is linking you up to binary options systems that receive information from stock brokers. They advise you where to bet your money and on what stocks they think will go up or down. This is a form of gambling. The success of any binary options software is all based on how good the broker is and how good his advice is.

Unfortunately, these guys link with dodgy brokers,

They will receive a commission for linking you to them,

You will also loose your deposit in the first day

They will then hound you with calls asking you to invest more money.

Not bad considering he says you don’t need any money to get started and you don’t have to have a penny to your name!

False money claims

They claim you can achieve 100% accuracy and you are 100% guaranteed to succeed and make money. That you can make $10,000 from the very first day. They say it’s their revolutionary system is faster than anything technology out there. Working at Near Quantum Speeds.

As this software doesn’t exist and this type of technology doesn’t exist. They are just trying to hype the scam up so you sign up and deposit your money.

Quantum Code 100% automated claim

Free to get started, don’t need any money!

Hi is right, it is free to put your email in and give them your telephone number. He then gives you the software to download. Then suddenly to get started you have to deposit $300 with a broker to get started. You don’t even get to select a broker so you have no idea how good the broker is.

All Legit Binary Options Robots/Software will always ask for money to get started because you can’t gamble without money. Unlike what Michael tells you all the way through the video ‘You don’t need any money’. He is playing with words as he knows its free to sign up but he is giving people false hopes by telling them this software does it for you and you don’t need any money.

All Legit Binary Options Robots also let you choose which broker to go with. So you get to research to make sure you’re working with a decent broker that you are risking your money with.

Final Verdict

I believe this business is a scam

Quantum Code – Is A Scam!

Recommendation: Stay well clear if you want to look into making money in Binary Options then do some research and find a highly rated Broker and work directly with them. You will achieve better results that way but remember this is still like gambling you could loose all your money.

Rating:  0/0 Stars  – You will loose all your money you deposit

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Hi, I’m the creator of I work as part of the Wealthy Affiliate community and this is my profile page. I hope my review, is Quantum Code a Scam has helped you. Please leave a comment below if you have come across this scam and let me know what your experiences were and if I managed to help you avoid it in time. Thanks again.



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  1. Hi Graham.
    Thanks for the information. It seems to me these scammers are getting more and more brazen. I was shocked in your review to learn that not only was the Near Quantum Speed Technology not a legitimate product but that it didn’t even exist!
    I think what you do by exposing these scammers is a noble thing.
    Keep up the good work!
    All the best,

    • Hi Chadd thanks for the great feedback, I only hope I can help protect as many people from these scams as possible. The Near Quantum Speed made me chuckle when I heard it for the first time as I could see they were trying to baffle people with scientific terms so that they think its ‘revolutionary’ as they put it. Made me laugh me when they said the system pretty much can see the future lol. Thanks again for commenting.

  2. Wow, just had to comment and say that it’s astonishing to me that this person is even in business. Holy cow! Your spidey sense should go off with even a couple of his claims. Of course nothing is going to work 100% of the time…the 100% guarantee is probably the biggest, loudest red flag of them all. The video with the fake English accent is HILARIOUS.

    I’m sorry, but it seems like this guy is preying on poor people’s ideas of what a rich person should look like. Putting even the smallest amount of thought into it should force someone to question why would someone so “wealthy” would want to give away $10,000/day secrets for no reward. I feel sorry for anyone who falls for this – $300 is a high price to learn a lesson.

    • Hi Penelope this certainly is a high-priced lesson to learn. I just love it how he says I’m known as the nicest rich guy in the world lol, but you are right they are preying on people’s idea of what a rich person is like. People get caught out by the way they set these promotions up as they use the limited places and rushing techniques to prevent people from having the time to really use their gut instincts. They are desperate and make a rash decision, thinking they have finally found a way to make some money. Thanks again for commenting.

  3. Thanks a bunch for this review, Graham. I had a so-called “guru” trying to sell me this system through email, and as soon as I saw it, my alarm bells went off. After reading your article, it looks like you’ve saved me some money, so thanks a lot!

    I don’t like Binary Options, and that’s for the simple fact that you ALWAYS have to deposit hundreds of dollars into it, and even then your ROI isn’t guaranteed.


    • Hi Brandon, I’m glad my post has helped you to stay away from this scam. There are far too many scams popping up with binary options, making them out to be these special ways to create money. With all gambling, you have to deposit your money first which is what Binary options is. You are basically betting on the outcome of shares. To someone desperately seeking extra money from the internet, this type of scam can seem appealing, only because of the way they promote the scam. Thanks for commenting.

  4. There must still be a lot of people out there who are susceptible to this sort of thing. Beats me how anyone could fall for this caper. A 50 minute video – yikes. Who but the super-desperate would sit through that?
    It’s very sad that people can still get awy with this sort of scamming. Reviews such as yours shine a lot on these impostors and if it is one thing these cockroaches don’t like, it is light.

    • Hi Mike thanks for commenting. 50 minutes if definitely a long time for a promotion video but this is part of the plan with these scams. The rush technique they use means that most don’t make it far through the video anyway as they think they will miss out if they don’t hurry. The length of the video is designed to capture as many people as possible but the majority will still never make it to the end. The video starts to feel a bit desperate once you get near the end lol. Thanks again Mike.

  5. Yep. This reeks of BS!… In fact – Binary Options are the biggest scam on the internet today – stay clear of all of them!

    • Hi Steve this one definitely reeks of a scammers site but Binary options itself isn’t a scam. It’s just like getting involved in the stock market as it’s just a form of gambling. You just have to make sure you find a good broker just as you would with buying and selling shares on the stock market. Unfortunately for the legit binary options broker’s these scams give them a bad name as the scammers see this as a great way to create these imaginary ideas of money making businesses and pass them off as something they aren’t. Every Binary Options broker will always warn you of potentially losing your money if you don’t make the right choices. Thanks for commenting.

  6. Hi Graham,

    Thanks for uncovering this scam and such a good read too! Even if this scam seems laughable, it’s scary that they may be people falling for this because they are too trusting.



    • Hi Sean, thanks for the great feedback. It is definitely worrying that people do fall for this scam but these scams prey on people desperate for money and are lured in with the promises of riches. They advertise as investment opportunities but binary options are more gambling than investing. With stocks and shares, you only risk losing the value of your stocks and shares. Unfortunately, with Binary Options you are betting on the outcome of stock movements and the software can place multiple bets in one day if not set up or advised correctly, so you run the risk of losing your $300 within your very first day. They then start calling you asking for your card details to try and make your money back. Scary really how quick they can damage a your future.

  7. I dislike that “michael crawford” guy. He’s so unbelievably full of Bs – i didn;t believe him for a second but it irritates me that there are some people out there who’s so forward about their manipulative exploitation.

    • Hi Steven yeah it can get extremely frustrating when you watch these if you know what you are looking at is a scam. They come across so overly confident and focus on manipulating people to give them their hard earned money.

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