Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Millionaire blueprint is a scam

Like thousands of get rich quick schemes, millionaire blueprint is also promising thousands of dollars with little work and no risks, and like all the these schemes its a scam. I found out about it through a fake news site. Fake news sites are webpages that seem like actual news pages but in fact they are promoting and marketing only one product. Clicking on all the links and buttons on the page, will only lead to the webpage that they are promoting.

Millionaire blueprint is developed by Walter green, and  after earning a fortune, he feels guilty for all of us struggling people  and decided to help us make millions without getting anything in return. This is all a lie,  millionaire blueprint is a scam. On landing on its webpage you will be greeted by a video in which Walter green is pitching his product. He tells his life story and promises millions with no risk. He puts forward binary option trading as the means to get all the cash. Binary option trading is not risk free, in fact it can cause huge loses and no software has been developed thus far to make it risk free. If that was the case then everybody would have been rich and poverty would have been lifted long ago.

By just giving one glance to disclaimer it can be easily discerned that millionaire blueprint is worthless. Here is what the disclaimer says"The Millionaires Blueprint sales video is fictitious and was produced to portray the potential of the Millionaires Blueprint 3rd party signals software. Actors have been used to present this opportunity and it should be viewed for entertainment purposes. We do not guarantee income or success, and example results in the video and anywhere else on this website do not represent an indication of future success or earnings.
Information on should not be seen as a recommendation to trade binary options. provides you with links to free binary options trading software that enables you to receive free binary signals from 3rd parties. MillionairesBlueprint is not licensed nor authorized to provide advice on investing and related matters. Information on the website is not, nor should it be seen as investment advice. Clients without sufficient knowledge should seek individual advice from an authorized source. Binary options trading entails significant risks and there is a chance that clients could lose their investments. Therefore, we strongly advice that you read ours and 3rd party full terms and conditions. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. Most importantly, do not invest money you cannot afford to lose.".
Its very sad to see these scams preying on vulnerable people. They know many people are going through tough times and stop at nothing to take their money. Please stay from scams like millionaire blueprint. 

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Inner circle riches membership worth buying?

Inner circle riches is the brain child of Paul lynch, who like many other so called gurus is trying too hard,  to get us ordinary folk to make a fortune online and like all the other get rich scheme with out doing any work, its not worth buying.

Inner circle riches website is full of testimonials and a video where Paul lynch is explaining his system, which basically is you buy MTTB( my top tier busniess)  to get access to inner circle riches membership area and within 24 hours paul will setup all the system and you will be ready to earn money. Once inside the system you will be selling his products, which you once bought.
Paul lynch  talks about affiliate marketing where when you sell a product, you earn commission. After getting membership, everything will be setup for you and first you will offer a product for free to make an email list and then you will sell to this list. Their are various levels of membership and to advance you will have to pay more money, the most ridiculous part is that a low level member has to sell a product for $197 which a high level member can offer  for free, its almost impossible to sell a product for that much which will prompt you to pay more money and get a higher level membership, even after getting a high level membership selling useless products will be very hard . Affialiate marketing is a vey good way to earn money online but it requires dedication and hard work, you need to earn peoples trust by giving them useful information and selling them products that are good and help them. Don't expect to sit back and earn huge sums of money while someone else does all the work for you. Their are many articles and videos online explaining affiliate marketing and its various strategies, learn from them, but to setup a viable affiliate marketing setup you will have to do the most of the work yourself. 

Don't be fooled by all the testimonials on his site, they can easily be made up. Notice the pictures next to testimonials which are well taken, this means they are most probably taken from stock imaging websites like shutter stock. Also don't rely on money back guarantee, they have a 45 day policy and usually it will take more then 45 days to realize that inner circle riches is no good.

Inner circle riches

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Automated Paydays is a scam

Automated paydays is a scam package which is being  endorsed by fake news site finance reports. Click on the tabs on the top of the site like home, economy etc and each one will open  automated paydays page.

I was led to finance reports by an ad, which has an article about a single mom kelly richard who after discovering automated paydays got rid of all her finance problems. This mom success story is nothing new, it has been done by many scam sites to promote their money making kits. From finance reports i entered automated pay days.Automated pay days website has a special report from Melanie pearson a single mom , who tells of her financial problems and  how she was helped by a man named Jamie Shaw in making a lot of money online and now she is recommending his money making package " Automated pay days" to help other people like her. The way that you will be able to make a lot of money  according to malena pearson is by posting links for big companies. This is not true, big companies don't pay people to post links as a matter of fact nor does anyone else. True their is affiliate marketing and online advertising but it works differently. From what i can understand of posting links is that you will be asked to post ads for different products, which requires money or you will be told to post links of different products on a website which they will give you and website will have up keep charges which you will be required to pay in addition to the  initial high cost of the package. 

Once you read thier disclaimer you can easily know that something's not right and be sure to read it. In the sales page its stated that Automated paydays  is a risk free investment  and you can earn $15 posting one link, while in disclaimer its being said "The typical purchaser does not make any money using this does not guarantee income or success". Below are some other statements from the disclaimer:
"The results of the students show in the video and other testimonials are not typical of our average student. In some cases actors and stock images have been used."
 "Please Note: Additional Charges May Apply. As with any Internet Business you may need to pay for additional products or services. For example: Hosting costs, domain name costs, advertising costs, internet and broadband costs."

On closing the webpage without buying you will be offered the package for $49( initially it was $59), i am sure if their package did half of what they claim they wouldn't have to resort to these shady techniques. Stay away from Automated Paydays its too good to be true.

Automated Paydays