What is FIFA Ultimate Trading Robot?
Ultimate Trading Robot is an automated trading program designed to work with EA SPORTS FIFA Football Games. It works with PC/Mac, Xbox One, and Playstation 4. But what separates it from other trading programs like FUT Millionaire is that it’s a turnkey program. That means that comparatively, you don’t have to have much experience or know-how in order to get it working for you. With other systems, you would need some knowledge as to player value trends in order to sell your autobuyer/autobidder players at a profit.
How the Ultimate Trading Robot – FUT 19 BOT Works?
Automatically Searches the Market for Profitable Players
After you Click Start, the Robot scans the entire Market cards and their prices, looking for profitable trades for you.
The Robot Then Buys the Players and Lists them
The Ultimate Trading Robot then bids on cheap players, and relists the cards you win for a higher price
You Collect The Coins The Robot Makes
After the Players are Sold, You collect the FUT Coins of the sold auctions.
The Ultimate Trading Robot – Fifa19 Ultimate Trading Robot Features
Automatic Bid, Buy, List, Relist
The Ultimate Trading Robot is the first FUT Program to work 100% in Intelligent Autopilot, as it scans the Market Prices, Calculates Profit Margins, Bids, Buys, Lists and Relists Players for you.
There is literally NOTHING You have to do apart from clicking the Start Ultimate Trading Robot button, and wait while it makes coins for you.
PS3, PS4 and XBOX 360 and XBOX One Compatible
Is Ultimate Trading Robot Safe To Use?
There are risks whenever you go outside of the normal program for a game to gain a competitive advantage. Even though it might just be amplifying or improving the process, it’s usually against a game’s terms of service. So while Ultimate Trading Robot might make assurances that it’s safe, or safer than other programs, it’s still a risky venture. They recommend that when using the program, that you use an alternate account so your base account doesn’t get banned. The thing they’re saying is that the algorithm “trades the way a human trader does”. Which is interesting, to say the least. They also say they’ve done months of testing to make sure they were in the clear.