Is it ever a good idea to judge a book by its cover? In the world of binary options trading, the answer is…sometimes. This is exactly the kind of industry where the first impressions count for a lot. More often than not, if you aren’t entirely convinced and won over the moment you arrive at a broker’s website, this usually tells you all you need to know. But at the same time, you have to dig a little deeper than the surface to find out what exactly is on offer. Casino Papa recently took a look at ExpertOption and found ourselves facing this very dilemma. To go with first impressions, or see how the wider platform performs when put to the test?
In case you’re wondering what on earth we’re banging on about, we initially found it difficult to read too much into ExpertOption as there are some rather difficult to ignore discrepancies in terms of language. It’s not as if it is in any way illegible, but at the same time it is abundantly clear that the English content has been written entirely by a person for whom English is not their first language. Not the end of the world in any way, but when it comes to activities like binary options trading, these are often tell-tale signs of amateur hour service providers. Which in most instances means we look no further, but given the fact that everything else on offer seemed to be rather impressive, we thought we’d overlook the substandard copy quality.