Product Name: Secret Millionaire Society
Product Owner: Quincy Brooks AKA Tim Atkinson
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
Tired old binary options scam with a new twist to the story.
Quincy Brooks is not a real person and you cannot make money with this “code”. This is another frauduct from Tim Atkinson.
Before You Buy
The stories behind binary options software scams range from unbelievable to absolutely ridiculous. For Secret Millionaire Society, they have tipped the scale and gone beyond the usual effort to take your money.
We are told the story of a 150 year old society of billionaires that control the markets. Tim Atkinson has created a type of Illuminati vibe and done his best to make you feel like the 1% is out to get you…until now.
Because you’ve received an exclusive invite to be one of “them”.
But if you know anything about Atkinson and his history of creating internet marketing scam products, you wouldn’t give this sales pitch second look.
What I Liked
Meh, sometimes these stories are interesting even though they are total BS.
What I Didn’t Like
Scams like these attempt to manipulate folks in different ways. Some create a “family man” or “simple man” character and get you to believe that there’s no way this guy could scam me. He’s so nice!
Many couple this story with a rags-to-riches pitch, and talk about how the presenter hated his job and just wanted a good life for his family (sound like you?)
Others take an approach that tries to convince you that a person has stolen secret software from somewhere like banks or the government, and is passing on the secret to you so that you can do some good with the money (sounds a lot like a Nigerian scam email to me).
Secret Millionaire Society takes a different approach, but it’s not a unique one. We are given the impression that today is our big break. We have stumbled upon a secret society that knows the easy way to make money. Somehow, in our hearts, we always knew that we were destined for something great, and today the opportunity has finally come.
Unfortunately, con artists like Atkinson know too well how to play on this emotion.
This might be your first time seeing something like this, but I’m very familiar with it. Here are some examples of “secret societies”.
- Millionaire Society
- Covert Society
- 1 Percent club
- 100k Club
- Secret Millionaires Club
- Fast Income Club (coming soon!)
And that’s just scratching the surface. There are quite a few other approaches like flash drives with secret codes, hacking into banks, or downloadable apps that make money without any work from you.
No Work Necessary?
Binary options actually is a real thing and YES, people do make money doing it. But it’s extremely complicated, and one of the highest risk trading strategies out there. In fact, as far as the odds are concerned, if you do not have experience or a strategy, you literally have a better chance of winning money in roulette.
Black/Red = 50/50 chance.
Put/Call = 50/50 chance but you still only make around 80% of earnings due to broker fees.
In case you didn't know, those people in the beginning are (poorly) paid actors. You can hire someone at Fiverr.com to say ANYTHING you want for just $5. Hiring people for fake testimonials is unfortunately very common. I couldn't find these exact actors, but I have done detective work and found them before. I included a screenshot of Fiverr just to show you how many people are willing to pretend to like your product for just five bucks.
Many people are looking for a quick fix to financial woes. Unfortunately, I can do nothing for that.
But some folks just get swept up in a bit of hype, and who can blame you. Now that you know that something like Secret Millionaire Society is not even remotely possible, we can talk about how real people make money on the internet.
No, it’s not easy
No, it’s not fast
Yes, it is totally real.
I make a full time income on the internet, and it’s not a secret how I do it. I make blogs about topics that interest me and I put ads on those blogs. It’s called affiliate marketing because you become an “affiliate” and promote products from other online stores like Amazon.
It doesn’t take a genius to learn how to do this, but it does take patience and a “can do” attitude (cliché, I know). You can get started with some free training and see if this is something you want to take crack at before you even spend a dime.
How do you feel about Secret Millionaire Society? Have you heard of affiliate marketing below? Let me know in the comments!
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