This is an extremely small portion of what’s possible with affiliate marketing and will not be appropriate for most people. Kristie Chiles makes a shockingly poor attempt at launching a “make money” product and alienates her dog-lover audience.
Unlike most similar sites, CashTasks has a minimum payout of $1,000 and I suspect that most people never make it to that value. Not only is CashTasks an extremely ineffective approach to earning money, it is also a very tedious one. You aren’t even guaranteed that you will get your money if you earn it.
All signs point to The Secret Millionaire Method being a scam. The title is the first indication that should send up some red flags. You should also take note of the poorly designed logo and website. The people associated with this product, including the owners are some shady mofos. But the main thing that should keep you away from this “software” is the fact that they are doing business with Tiger Options, which is a notoriously fraudulent broker.
Binary Cash Creator is just one in a long string of companies offering ‘free’ software for trading binary options. Honestly though, there is no difference between what this company offers and all of the other similar companies out there. Binary options trading is a risky way of trying to earn money and it can end up being very expensive.
They say it’s free, then they charge $49. Then they discount the price to $9 and try to sell you something else for $200+. Then they try to sell you hosting for a couple hundred bucks and start emailing you promotions for other stuff. When you sign up for SMS, you don’t just buy a product, you put yourself on a list of suckers to be sold to over and over again.
My Binary Code is a little more honest and up front than most sites promoting binary options trading, but it is still very misleading. The site is promoting binary options trading and making it seem like this approach is a risk free way of making money. There are many words that can be used to consider binary options trading, but risk free is certainly not one of them.
Normally I purchase products to review, but if a product spins enough BS in the sales video I feel I have the right to call it out without buying. There are so many red flags and signals that Alen’s Success Plan is not what it seems, that I recommend you avoid it if you are serious about making money on the internet.