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.
You wouldn’t know that by listening to the sales pitch for Guaranteed Outcome though. The video is completely filled with hype about how much money you can earn and how easy it is.
First things first, ‘Guaranteed’ doesn’t mean anything online. No matter what a site promises, you cannot be certain that they will actually give it to you and you have no real way of making them. For example, many sites guarantee a refund if you don’t make a certain amount of money, but never answer any of your emails requesting one.
In this case, not only is Guaranteed Outcome ‘guaranteeing’ your earnings, but they are claiming that you can make $10,000 a week. Sound too good to be true yet? What about this:
Of course he then goes on to show his account as evidence that the system really works, which doesn’t actually prove anything. Victor Lambert isn’t even making money using the system he’s promoting anyway, he’s making money from getting others to spend it.
In fact, most of the sales pitch is misleading in one way or another.
For example, part of the initial video talks about how many people get ‘taken for a ride’ with the scam systems out there, including those promoting Forex trading or binary options trading. Yet, at the same time he is actively promoting the very same scam.
After all, according to him, this system guarantees your wealth and it’s even free.
Here’s a final indication that this site isn’t all it seems to be. When I went to sign up initially, I got this notice:
Horrible grammar aside, this is significant because I have never signed up for this site before and today was the first time I had even visited the site. I’m guessing the error is because the site shares a database with other similar sites, or something to that effect.
So, just how guaranteed is your income with this system? Well, it isn’t at all.
This site uses the same approach and formula that I have seen time and time again, and it never works. The approach is binary options trading – and there are so many sites promoting it nowadays.
There can be no guarantee with binary options, because you are basically trading stocks. How much money you win or lose is based on the way that the markets move and there isn’t any way of effectively predicting this.
Like most similar sites, Victor Lambert tries to sell you on the idea that his system makes all the difference. That might be convincing if there wasn’t so many identical systems already out there.
In reality, software cannot predict changes in markets effectively and it certainly can’t tell you what trades to make. The changes in markets happen much to rapidly for that, so you just end up guessing what trades to make – which can be expensive.
The worst thing about this is the risk.
Binary options trading is a risky venture to start off with. You first have to deposit money with a binary options broker and then you are making trades using that money. Typically, your initial deposit has to be at least $200 – and good luck getting any of that back.
It tends to be very difficult to get any money back out of binary options brokers and they pad themselves with a range of terms and conditions to prevent you from doing so. This means that if you do give binary options a try, you will probably lose the money you put into it.
One final thing.
With binary options, your odds of winning a trade are around 50% (like flipping a coin), but you have to win more than that to break even and even more to make a profit. This is hard to do regardless of what software you are using. Considering all the binary scams out there, chances for your success are pretty slim.
This is why I try to teach people other ways to make money online. I teach the basics of affiliate marketing in my email course, which shows you how I make money, and how you can get started learning to do the same stuff I do…my personal help included!
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.
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