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.
We’ve seen this time and time again: Make a million bucks with an ultra secret software that’s only for you, and for a limited time. The story changes, but the basics are the same. None of these software downloads ever work, and you might lose tens of thousands of dollars in the process of trying to “prove” something.
In short, if someone could guarantee profitable trades with a software they’d sell it for millions instead of giving it away for free on the internet. And if it really was true, world economies would be rocked and you’d hear about it in the news. The pitch is total BS. However, there’s still some fun investigation to expose the scam behind Fast Income Pro, so let’s get to it!
These binary options trading software scams are like land mines…I keep trying to do legitimate product reviews, but these things are all over the place in disguise. I guess I could stop reviewing them, but it always shocks me how many people actually pay into this stuff. Basically, you should say as far away from The 100k Club as possible.
Product Name: $2k A Day System Product Owner: Travis Stephenson Advertised Price: Free Real Price: $279-$358+ Rating: Scam! What Is It? This is just another hosting scam, nothing to see here. Short Review This is not a revolutionary system and it’s not a “secret” that’s being kept from you. In fact, the only secret here […]