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Bad Marketing Commercials you Need to Avoid – Vol 02

by Tasos

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Oct 31, 2015


As I already mentioned in a previous post , whenever I come across with very suspicious products I won’t proceed with full reviews.These frauds keep repeating themselves so I think I will speed up the process by highlighting important facts and referring to other similar reviews.

 

These are all typical Bad Marketing Commercials – Too good to be True in All cases – Red Alerts Warning

 

 

Life Style Payments dot co – Mike Taylor

 

This one is a product for the garbage , there is nothing valuable in that page.They begin immediately to bombard you with bogus claims of success.It is announced as free but you will be disappointed at the end.It will cost you a $250 to open an account for their affiliated broker and this broker only.

The group behind the scenes is a syndicate of business analysts and software geeks that gathered for one purpose.To “Fish” as much people as they can with their ads all over the internet.

A software to generate millions of dollars for its members.Testimonials , fake screenshots of accounts and the rest of the usual tactics that black marketers use.

Don’t buy , stay away.A classical Binary Fraud.

 

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Spider Profit dot com

 

Can you make $30K per week using their app?..Another scam is waiting for you , hopefully their main video is down.I will monitor for a few days more.

 

 

Binary App 810 – Insider John dot com – John Callaghan

 

John is standing outside the Banc De Binary building.He is about to be rewarded for the best trading software of the year.He was expecting to reach the top ten programs but he finally made it to the throne.His story , well , he was broke one year ago , and now he is of course rich.

 

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Another program promising to return $10K up to $25K per week in profits on auto-pilot.That landing page is a typical scam alert territory.In your case I would proceed by exiting the website , it is your own call to invest or not.

 

Walter Green Free Money dot net System – Fast Cash dot biz  – Madison Clark , David Graham

 

Walter is a well know scammer from the Millionaire Blueprint product.Another software to make you rich quickly.Fancy accounts , video produced inside a luxury car , marketing tactics I really hate.They are impressive but they do not provide any value whatsoever.I would keep far away from this one.

 

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Overnight Profits App – Gregory Leeds 

 

It redirects to Fast Cash dot biz or to Millionaires Blueprint.So I guess this is just another very bad product you don’t want to lose your money.

 

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Harvard Signals dot com – Ron Trumann

 

Is it possible to predict the future?…The main slogan is appealing , I can assure you.He graduated from the Harvard of course , as one the best students.With his research team back in the college they were trading with Futures , Swaps and Options.

The software he is presenting is the outcome of 14 years of hard work.And the most important this solution comes absolutely free for you.

The most advanced Binary Options software in the market today.

The video production is a Sales Pitch commercial , full of claims and floating dollars.Mercedez benz sports cars , properties and the other well known material.At the end you will be asked to deposit their broker so they make their commission and you …

I would not invest on that software.As I Have already explained anything automated in the binary options market is suspicious and fraudulent.

 

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These are the products I came across during the last days , I believe all are perfect examples of Bad Marketing Commercials.I am waiting for your comments and thoughts , as always.Till next time , your online partner.

 

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10 Comments

  1. Barry

    Maybe you can answer this question for me. As you say some of these guys have been online for years. They are very smart internet marketers and know what they are doing.

    Finally the question: Why don’t they offer an honest product that actually will help people?

    It must take as much work to put up the scams you talk about as it does an honest program.

    If people would only do a bit of research, like visit your page, before they fell for these things maybe they would go out of business.

    Thanks for the heads up.

    Reply
    • Tasos

      Great questions Barry , but I can not imagine how they think.But it does not require that much work to setup a scam like these.Usually it is one video that makes the difference.They pay for the video , a domain , hosting , autoresponder and a few other expenses.

      Of course they are making money , otherwise they would have stopped a long time ago.It is a business model for them , they don’t care if people are losing money for nothing.

      Thank you for this visit and for discussing the subject with me.Your point of view can help more people decide.All my best to whatever you do.

      Reply
  2. Mike

    Some of those scam scheme claims are so obviously impossible you have to wonder how anyone would be caught out. But I guess the rogues wouldn’t be doing it if there was no money to be made. I also guess that some of the clever ones will catch you out because at some point you have to take a leap of faith.

    Thanks for pointing these ones out – keep them coming Tasos!

    Reply
    • Tasos

      Exactly Mike , great points.The “leap of faith” , one tactic that is being used in order to manipulate feelings.Usually they overwhelm victims with fake proofs of luxury and then at some point they ask you if you want to stay a loser or to become a leader or something like that.

      There is money to be made if you are a fraud , undoubtedly.

      Thank you for this visit and for taking the time to discuss the subject with me.All my best.

      Reply
  3. John

    Wow. It sure seems like there are some sleazy people out there. Can we actually find anything out there these days that is not what you call a scam? There must be some legitimate products that you can review for us on your page here.

    Thanks for keeping us informed. I will keep looking out for these suspicious people that promise big rewards then offer no support. When somebody wants you to pay a lot of money to learn how to make a lot of money, that’s a sure sign of a scam. People work to get paid. They don’t pay someone to pay them.

    Reply
    • Tasos

      Welcome John , exactly as you described it.No one pays someone else to get money back.Simply we have to work to make it happen.Unfortunately the web is full of bad entrepreneurs and frauds.Marching on 2016 and still there are these low quality products advertised everywhere.

      You can check my top recommendations tab for lucrative opportunities.

      Thank you for this visit and for sharing your insights.Good luck

      Reply
  4. Gamboloyd

    Hi Tasos.

    I have fallen for some of these get rich quick schemes and even paid to be on some affiliate programs only to find they are not what they appear to be. I am not afraid to put the work in but in a legitimate way.

    I am sure there are people out there that can use these sorts of “programmes” to their advantage but scamming regular people out of their cash is pretty low.

    Thanks for the continued surveillance of these sites, it is good to know there are people out there that actually care.

    Do you recommend any sites that are actually worth taking a look at?

    Thanks – Martyn

    Reply
    • Tasos

      Welcome Martyn , it is really bad to force people pay in order to participate in an affiliate program , it does not make any sense.You’ve had your share with these scams and gurus but you gained experience.

      There are so many legitimate opportunities and trusted affiliate programs that there is no need to look at these low quality crap.You can take a look at my top products or at the recommended section.

      Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to state your personal point of view , that can help way more people understand what is going on with online marketing programs.Good luck , all my best.

      Reply
  5. Anh Nguyen

    Wow, thanks so much for these information.

    I have to say going through these sites and reading their sales pitch is appealing. Even though I logically think it’s not possible it’s tempting nevertheless. It’s great you put them together, makes me know what to look out for.

    You can kind of see a pattern in these commercials.

    Cheers!

    Reply
    • Tasos

      Welcome back Anh , yes these fancy offers are keep repeating the same old stories.You can find variations but they all have one common goal.I decided to move a little faster with them.They do not deserve our full attention and analysis.

      Thank you for visiting my blog and for your meaningful participation.

      Reply

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