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My second review of the Guardian Angel app

Updated on January 17, 2016

Hi again,

First of all, a quick thank you to all my readers. I'm glad you find my reviews useful and that you have been using the binary option auto traders I reviewed successfully. It means that I did my research properly and that I was right about my conclusions. Hoorah to journalism!

Now, some of you were a bit more skeptical and looking for more answers. I understand that many of you got caught up in binary option scams, make money schemes and other online scams roaming around the internet, so I'm happy to elaborate a bit more on my conclusions from using the Guardian Angel app. To those of you who haven't heard about the GAW app yet, check out my previous review here.

Is the Guardian Angel app free?

Yes. Luckily, you will have the option to use this auto trader without having to pay for it, which already makes this one different from many other binary option trading apps out there. If you're wondering why, I recommend that you speak to Tommy Lomax, the one sharing the app, about the background of this trading app. In my experience, he's more than happy to talk about his app.

Are there fees for using the Guardian Angel app?

No, no fees, extra charges, one time payments, or any of that junk. Just take into account that your profits will be taxed, and that there is a minimal withdrawal fee charged by the bank. Other than that, as I said, the Guardian Angel app is free to use.

Can you really make money with the Guardian Angel app?

I can say from my friend Jeremy's experience that the Guardian Angel app is very profitable. You don't need any special experience or knowledge of the financial market to make extra money using this app. You can check out the profits Jeremy made with the GAW in my previous review.

How do I know that my money is safe with the Guardian Angel app?

Ah, the biggest concern of all online traders! Well, your money will be kept in a secure trading account, provided by a fully licensed and regulated binary option broker, Opteck. The Guardian Angel app is connected to this account, so you can trade peacefully using the app and later withdraw your profits.

How do you know that the GAW app is not another binary option scam?

Regardless of my experience, as someone who has been searching and learning about online trading for a long time, I found that the Guardian Angel app is different from many other trading apps out there. The GAW app is shared completely for free, is connected to a fully regulated binary option broker under CySec (the strongest European regulator), and there is an actual human being behind this app. You can find Tommy Lomax on Facebook, and speak to him via his email. Seeing all this, I conclude that the Guardian Angel app is not another binary option scam.

These are my conclusions of the Guardian Angel app. If you have more questions, I will be happy to help where I can. But I think it would be best to just visit the Guardian Angel app page and make your own conclusions on this auto trader. Perhaps even speak to Tommy Lomax about his app.All the best,

Sam Crawford

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