Enigma Code sounds like it should be powerful and amazing because of its name, but in the internet marketing field, names don’t really mean anything. Instead, we have to look at what Enigma Code actually offers, if anything at all.
The site itself is pretty simple and filled with the usual hype. It’s a ‘secret’ system that can get you rich ‘at the push of a button’ – that is actually what he says. Of course, if it actually was so secret, the site wouldn’t be so easy to find and signing up would be much more difficult.
To be fair, I will say that the site is designed better than most similar sites out there and I did actually like the appearance and the style of the introductory video. However, this doesn’t mean that it is legitimate, far from it.
The hype for Andrey Taylor’s product should be the first indication that something isn’t right. After all, if something sounds too good to be true, it generally is. With Andrew’s claim that you can earn a million dollars in five days, I’d say that Enigma Code certainly falls under the ‘too good to be true’ category.
You can see the second indication about the site if you scroll down to the bottom of the landing page. There are eight paragraphs of small text with all of the required disclaimers about the product.
This includes some of these key points:
- High level of risk
- You could lose some or all of your initial investment
- The site (Enigma Code) and the site they are promoting are not licensed brokers or dealers
- Promoted results are simulations and have limitations
- Actors have been used
- There are no typical results for the system
- Success and income is not guaranteed
So, basically, you are risking your own money to participate in a risky system where your outcome is not guaranteed at all. That is very different than what the original sales pitch promoted – in fact, the system was originally promoted at as free.
However, when you sign up, one of the first pieces of information you are given is this (my emphasis):
Depositing money doesn’t sound too bad if you can get it right back out, but that isn’t really true.
Enigma Code is promoting binary options trading and the site is having you sign up with a broker to allow you to trade in this way. You actually have to fund an account with the broker before you even get to see the software.
Binary options brokers are tricky. They are good at taking money from people, but they aren’t so good at giving it back. You have to deposit somewhere around $200 to start trading with pretty much any broker, and they make you jump through hoops to withdraw any of it.
For example, to withdraw money you have to prove who you are. This involves sending them copies of government issued ID along with the front and back of the credit card you used. Personally, I wouldn’t want to be sending that information to a shady site, there is no telling what they would do with it.
Additionally, if you don’t send that information within 10 ‘natural’ days of registering with the broker (whatever natural means in this context), your account may get closed. That would mean you lose whatever money in it.
This means that you have to put your own money forward to even try out the system and there are no guarantees that you will get any of it back.
So, I haven’t answered the main question about Enigma Machine, can you make money?
The simple answer is, probably not.
Binary options trading is a risky approach and you risk your own money with any trade that you make. Basically, you have a 50% chance of winning any trade, but you have to win more than 50% of the time to simply break even.
The software is supposed to help with this, but honestly, there isn’t much that the software can do. The biggest thing to realize is that the software isn’t unique at all and a lot of sites promote something similar. Software simply doesn’t have the ability to predict changes in the market, which means that it can’t help you make profit.
If you want to make money online like I do, it has to be built slowly over time. Sites with lots of hype and no substance will never get you what you need. Instead, why not start at the beginning and learn what you need to know from people who will sit down and teach you from step 1.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes