So, if someone told you they had an easy cash trick, would you believe them? Probably not. Then why do we believe sites like Easy Cash Trick that claim to have the secret to making easy money?
Perhaps it’s just that we want this to be true. But, does Easy Cash Trick live up to its name or is it simply a gimmick?
First off, the site has a huge emphasis on acting fast. From the moment you enter the site, there is a counter trying to get you to move fast and not think about the process too much.
In fact, you even get a second counter once you enter your email address and go to the next page. There is also a second counter at the bottom telling you how many copies are left.
Don’t pay any attention to those counters. They are manipulative and they aren’t even real. For example, if you refresh the website, the time counting down will reset. The number of copies remaining also resets if you go to the same site with a different browser.
For that matter, the ‘live stats’ about how much money members are generating – that resets too.
When it comes to manipulative – don’t even get me started on the video. Not only is it unrealistic to the extreme, but it has some ‘reviewers’ who are really bad actors (and are probably hired off Fiverr).
Easy Cash Trick is advertised as a free product – and one that lets you make a lot of money very quickly.
That isn’t the case though. In reality, Easy Cash Trick is promoting a very common approach that costs money to do.
Once you make an account with Easy Cash Trick, you are then given the three steps:
As you can see, you have to deposit money before you can do anything at all. In fact, you have to deposit $250, because that is the minimum deposit for Big Option. That’s a lot of money for a site that claimed to be free.
Now, Easy Cash Trick makes the claim that this isn’t a payment – implying that you can access and withdraw it at any time.
This isn’t strictly true. It tends to be challenging to withdraw money from sites like Big Option, and there are often a number of terms and conditions associated with withdrawing. In this case, you need proof of who you are, including a photo id and proof of address and there is a minimum withdrawal amount.
There is also a withdrawal fee, as below:
Additionally, if you haven’t made enough trades, then there is also a levy fee of 10%. All of this means that you would lose a good proportion of your deposit if you ever tried to get it out.
So, as you can see – even trying the system isn’t free.
The main question about Easy Cash Trick is whether you can make money through it.
Easy Cash Trick uses a very common approach, known as binary options trading. There are so many sites online promoting this approach, and most of them use the same manipulative techniques that Easy Cash Trick does.
In reality, binary options isn’t nearly as effective as Easy Cash Trick would like you to think.
Basically, you pick an asset and then choose whether to ‘put’ or ‘call’ based on what way you think the asset is going to move. Predicting this can actually be very difficult – as markets tend to be unpredictable.
The software that Easy Cash Trick promotes is supposed to help with this by automating the process. However, software doesn’t tend to be to be able to do this too well and it takes the control completely out of your hands. In many cases, this can lose you money.
With binary options, you can make around 85% profit from a successful trade, while you lose what you put in if you choose incorrectly. In theory, this leads to pretty substantial profit, but in practice, not so much.
To actually earn money this way, you have to be right much more often than wrong, in a situation where the odds are roughly 50/50. Even the software that the site provides doesn’t really help with this.
That’s why most people find that they lose money when trying binary options, rather than earning anything at all.
A Realistic Approach
A more realistic approach to making money is to abandon the idea of binary options altogether.
Instead, you can make money through affiliate marketing, something that Wealthy Affiliate teaches. By taking this route you don’t have to deal with all of the manipulation, hype and unrealistic approaches that Easy Cash Trick and many other sites offer.
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