Product Name: 100k Club
Product Owner: Unknown
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250
What Is It?
Booooriiiing. This is just another binary options scam.
These binary options trading software scams are like land mines…I keep trying to do legitimate product reviews, but these things are all over the place in disguise.
I guess I could stop reviewing them, but it always shocks me how many people actually pay into this stuff.
Basically, you should say as far away from The 100k Club as possible.
Proof It's A Scam
Honestly, I've been proving things are a scam for a while now. If you need some convincing, check out some early binary reviews (link) and see the similarities.
You'll notice a number counting down the spots as if there were only a few left. This is to cause you to make a rash decision and buy something you'd normally ignore.
This number is completely arbitrary. Go ahead, leave the site then come back. Does it change? Wait 30 minutes, does it run out? Can you still sign up?
Just A Regular Guy
This is another sad attempt to relate to the viewer. We are spun a typical story about how he's just a “regular joe” and stumbled upon a secret software that makes money while he sleeps.
There is no software to make money while you sleep. If there was, you'd hear about it through a legitimate news source. You are not in an “insiders circle” where revolutionary, ground breaking news hits your ears first. If something like this were to be invented, it would be bought up by billionaires or politicians before you could blink an eye.
Fake Positive Reviews
You may have noticed that there are quite a few positive reviews of The 100k Club out there. There's absolutely no reason to believe these.
These are launch jackers (link) and fake reviewers hoping to earn a sweet $250 commission off of the suckers that buy into this. Anything over $250 goes to the product owner.
One highly ranked review was by RachX at the Warrior Forum (link). Not only is that place a festering cesspool of scams called WSO's, they also allowed paid ads for crap like The 100k Club.
Just look at all the posts by RachX below.
And she's not the only one. It's a formula they all follow for all the products that are launched. They buy up similar domains like the-100k-club.com or 100kclubs.com or the100kclubreview.com, get temporarily ranked in Google, scam a few people, then move on to the next launch.
To them, buyers are just numbers. Money you pay is just money in their bank. They don't think that YOU the buyer, might actually want the thing they bought to actually work!
Ok, enough ranting for now. Also, if you did pay into this thing, I hope the title didn't offend you. It was just something catchy that didn't follow the typical “It's a scam” format.
If you're looking for an honest way to earn money, stay away from junk like The 100k Club. Stay away from anything that promises quick results, for no work. That's just not how things happen in the world of online marketing.
Making money online is like anything else in life. You need a teacher, you need lessons, and you need to learn. If you make a mistake, you need to try again.
The best place to learn online marketing is Wealthy Affiliate. It's the only place I trust for good advice and good people.
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