Product Name: Guaranteed Wealth
Product Owner: Victor Lambert
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250
What Is It?
Supposedly an “anomaly” in computer networking systems that allows us to exploit data and pick winning trades, it’s actually just another binary options scam.
If you care to see the hundreds of other binary trading scam out there, here are a ton of reviews I've done. This is a fictional story, made up by a fly-by-night company in order to take your money.
Your first indication that Guaranteed Wealth is a scam is simply the idea behind it. Simple ideas like “there’s no such thing as a free lunch”, and “easy money doesn’t exist” are completely true here.
It may sound appealing, and when they Lambert tells us that we are guaranteed to make $10,000 per week, every week, for the rest of our lives guaranteed, those dollar signs start flashing in front of our eyes.
But let me ask you: If someone approached you in the supermarket and told you the same thing, would you believe it? Probably not. So a voice on the internet shouldn’t be any different.
I linked above to numerous other scams that follow pretty much the same formula. All of these programs similar Guaranteed Wealth supposedly use a super secret app to pick winning trades and they’re giving it away for free to some very special people (you).
If the similarities don’t strike you as odd, the results will certainly get your attention.
Most folks tell similar stories about investing money into binary trading systems. They make few winning trades, invest more money, then the software stops working and they lose everything. Even people that actually do make money report that they are unable to withdraw funds, and that customer support is unresponsive.
Many times, customer support will the list new rules that you didn't know about, saying you have to do a certain amount of trades to withdraw your money, or that there is a delay in the payment system due to technical errors.
Some people simply lose the money without any help at all. If you trade in fast paced stock markets you can lose all of your money in less than hour. If you use software like the one in Guaranteed Wealth, it’s likely you’ll never see that money again.
Watch Out For The Tricks
A few tricks take place in the marketing of Guaranteed Wealth, and you should be aware of them and how they work on your mind.
The first, obviously, is that it’s guaranteed. However, you can see clearly from their affiliate recruitment page that there are no refunds. This page is where they hire freelance advertisers to send out promotional emails or build websites promoting their product.
Another advertising trick is that they show you pictures of stuff you want: vacations, cars, houses, freedom. This gets your brain infused with endorphins and contributes to that bad decision making. Everyone wants to be rich…but beware of false marketing.
And be sure to pay attention to the mumbo-jumbo thrown around. Apparently, Guaranteed Wealth is supposed to work because it follows “a fundamental law of physics”. Umm, that doesn’t even make sense.
Lastly, we are told it’s free. It’s not free. It’s going to cost you $250. In a nutshell, they are giving you something for free so you can use it to spend money. It’s like saying “I’m going to open this door for free so you can come inside and buy stuff in my store”.
This is just another scam.
Still want to do binary options? Good luck to you. It’s not for me.
But if you want to change gears and learn how real people make money on the internet by building website and selling products on those websites I can help you out.
I didn’t always work online. I learned how to do it at Wealthy Affiliate. No silly backstories. No guaranteed systems. No scam software. Just build a website and sell stuff on it.
It’s simple, but it works, and it’s how I make my living. I will personally help you get your first business up and running if you are willing to put in the necessary time and work.
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