Product Name: The 1 Percent Club
Product Owner: SLJ + Ben S
Advertised Price: Unknown
What Is It?
This product is having serious technical problems, but I still have a pretty good guess as to what it's about.
I'm guessing this is another binary options scam, or hosting scam. However because the site is offline, it's impossible to tell. Regardless of whether it gets back up or not, it should be avoided.
Before You Buy
If this site is inaccessible, then how did I find it? Well, I received 7 emails in one day promoting it. Each email was from a different sender, so this seems to be a very hot item, despite not being able to sign up.
When clicking on the links in the emails sent to me, this is the error I got.
So I searched in Google and couldn't actually find the domain. Then, by visiting the root domain I found the actual sales video, which did not play.
I decided to leave it alone, but I kept getting emails throughout the day, so decided I needed to investigate further. I signed up for the email course, but was again met with this error.
How do I know it's a scam?
The name of this company should be your first hint. The 1 Percent Club sounds a lot like the Secret Millionaires Club or the Millionaire society. Both of these are binary options scams. I think this is pretty good evidence that this could be a similar product.
The other thing it might be is a hosting scam. I received several emails this week about ultra secret training strategies that can be yours, including a free website, if only you sign up for 2 years of hosting (costing several hundred dollars).
I can't remember the names of these companies, but it seems to be a recurring theme this week. Good examples of reviews I've done before on the topic of hosting scams is Easy Internet Profit Shop, Full Money System, and Traffic Fortune (there are many others).
Really, there's not a lot to say about the 1 Percent Club. If they are so rich, but can't even get a damn site coded properly, I think that should be another red flag. If they launch a world wide promotion and allow affiliates to start selling their stuff even though there's nothing to sell, then it probably isn't worth any money.
This is an extremely good example of the lame “learn how to make money” products that are available online. Unfortunately, there are many like this that are launching every week. What's worse, is that these are the cheapies. Some scams run people tens of thousands of dollars.
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