The webpage for 70k Method gives me déjà vu. No really, it does. There are just so many sites out there that use this same basic formula. A single video, some basic hype and this idea that you can get rich quickly and easily. This idea gets recycled over and over again, because people find it so appealing.
Wouldn’t we all love to join a millionaires club? Especially one with a snazzy name like 2015 Millionaires’ Club? Of course, that kind of implies we have to be millionaires first – and the site claims outright that you really can do just that.
Mass Money Machine is a new spin on the same old scam. Just about every site promoting binary options takes the same approach, including a relatively short landing page, lots of hype and the promise of a free way to make money.
There are realistic ways of making money online, but binary options simply isn’t one. A powerful alternative is affiliate marketing. This approach lets you earn money by promoting other people’s products. It can be a lucrative business, but like any legitimate business, it does take time and effort.
Ah, Kill Binary. Yet another contender into the already crowded field of binary options. Every so often I wonder whether there will ever be an end to sites like this. Let me show you what I mean.
According to Larry’s Cash Machine, a Harvard professor generated upwards of $38 million dollars in profit from binary options. Oh – and did I mention? Apparently he did this all secretly.
The Binary Godfather really plays on the whole Godfather motif to promote its product. This might make the site stand out a bit, but it doesn’t make it any good. In fact, they are majorly infringing copyright by taking this approach, so there’s a good chance the site will be taken down in the near future.
Who wouldn’t like to earn money automatically? Auto Money Machines claims that you can make $250,000 or more every month ‘on complete autopilot’. Sound too good to be true?
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.
In theory, a guaranteed outcome is a sure thing, something you can be 100% certain about no matter what happens. The idea of a product promoted this way makes me concerned, because when it comes to making money, there is always some degree of chance involved.