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The Jarvis Formula takes the binary option auto trading scam to an entirely new level and it accomplishes this without ever falling into the mistake of being original. It recycles everything. Several of its actors, including the main man, Paul Jarvis, have been spotted in numerous other similar scams. Even the script of the scam seems lifted from other such past "efforts". The personal jet plane bit in the beginning is just the first clue to what one is to expect from this scam. From there on, things actually go downhill. The locations used can be recognized from scams, and all the people from the video can be identified as a Portland-area actors, who advertise their services on various specialized sites.
This scam claims a 100% success rate too, and it doesn't even bother touching up the auto-trading interface it presents, other than slapping its logo on it. Otherwise, it's the same as the Drexel Code scam interface, pushed by the same main protagonist. Paul Jarvis, whose real name might be Mark Doherty, has a Vimeo account, where a number of other auto trading scams are hosted. The Jarvis Formula sinks to new lows when it actually encourages its would-be victims to borrow money from their friends and relatives to fund their scam.