Product Name: Free Profits
Product Owner: David + Ariana Sebastian
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
So-Called guaranteed-to-profit binary options trading software/app.
The premise is very similar to the many other reviews I’ve done on binary options trading software.
Anyone that guarantees free, easy money with no risk should not be trusted.
Before You Buy
I’ve written a few of these reviews lately where folks have asked for “proof” that it’s a scam. I hope to provide enough evidence in this review to show you that Free Profits is a scam.
If that isn’t enough, it should at least show you that you should approach something like this with caution.
Evidence Of A Scam
Power Couple Pitch
We have seen couples like this before. Two beautiful, rich people who claim to be nothing but honest folks trying to give money to the people who need it most.
The products and sales pitches are different, but the premise is the same. Rich people, ludicrous background stories, and an impossible make-money software.
David Sebastian Doesn’t Exist
If you look up David Sebastian in Google nothing turns up. But we were told that both David and Ariana both worked for some of the most powerful trading firms in Chicago and Manhattan.
Don’t you think that something would be listed in the first few pages of Google? Perhaps at least a LinkedIn Profile?
Nope. Nothing. Just promotions for Free Profits.
As you watched the video at freeprofits.co I’m sure you had a sense of urgency, like this was your only chance to make the money that you desperately need.
This is done through marketing, and it’s common among products like this.
That countdown timer on the side? Fake. It always resets. There is no limit to the positions or time allowed to sign up.
They also use a “tribe” tactic as it’s known in the marketing world. This is an attempt to make you feel like an insider, or part of a club. We are told numerous times that if we love our jobs, or are a desk jockey, or enjoy working for the man then we don’t belong.
I think most people would enjoy working from home making easy money on autopilot, so I guess we are all part of the club.
About Job Shame: Numerous times through the video we are shamed for having a job. Though this is common within MLM and network marketing communities, Free Profits seems to do this pretty well.
This is a tactic to make you feel guilty about having a normal job. They use language like “loser” to make you feel worse about your current situation and feel like you need this even more. We also saw this done to the extreme in Money Magnet.
Super Secret Society
The secret society thing has been done to death. We are told that they belonged to an ultra secret, overseas stock trader society that swore them to secrecy. They are releasing the software with all their knowledge, but they still can’t tell us the rest of the story.
Hm. Sounds fishy to me.
The idea that there is a secret society of 1%ers out there that control your life and make it somehow harder for you to succeed is ridiculous. I know that people love stories of the illuminati, but I would not invest $250 based on someone telling me that they cracked the illuminati code and became a millionaire over night.
Other “secret” money making societies
- Millionaire Society
- Covert Society
- Covert Millionaire League
- Secret Millionaires Club
- Fast Income Club
- … and more!
Is It Free?
We are told over and over again that this is going to be risk free, and cost free. But it’s going to require a $250 investment and you can absolutely lose that money. There are NO REFUNDS in the world of binary options.
There are also a ton of other products out there named similarly that have proven themselves to be scams. Stuff like Free Cash App and Free Cash Formula. Assuming this product is legit, don't you think such a savvy couple could think of a better name that was not associated with other low quality companies?
You will find some positive reviews out there, but there are always holes in their stories. Sites like Nancy Reviews claim that the software works, but if it did, wouldn’t they be enjoying their trip to the Bahamas and work-free lifestyle instead of getting people to sign up?
Check the start dates and domain names of any websites you find promoting this software. I’m guessing that many will have started around Oct 2014 because that’s when this product launched.
Desperate For Your Money
For as many times as they say “take it or leave it” and they don't want any skeptical losers to join up, they sure do want us to sign up! Every time I move my mouse away from the video an opt-in form pops up and asks me to create my broker account and get $500. Every time I try to exit, they remind me to stay and get my free stuff!
No thanks guys. I'll just continue my loser life instead.
Proof this is a scam
- Sales pitch has been done before
- No evidence of David or Ariana Sebastian
- Manipulative marketing
If you are into binary options, I can’t do much for you. It’s too risky for me.
But if you want to learn how to do affiliate marketing you can join my email course. I know it doesn’t sound as exciting as free easy and instant riches, but I hate hype. I make money online and can teach you how to do it too, but I’m not going to deceive you into thinking it’s fast or easy!
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