The William Moore FaceBeast program promises to teach people how to earn cash using FaceBook. The sales page uses the typical fake video testimonials from actors who offer their services on Fiverr.
You can read the full discussion of the FaceBeast system here:
Obviously, if a site is using fake testimonials there are other risks involved as well. If you want to learn FaceBook marketing, why would
The Click Copy Cash system by Josh Owens makes a lot of claims that seem hard to believe...such as:
- From Email #34: banked 7 of his students over $80K each last week."
- From Email #35: "This is an automatic notification that funds in the amount of $8,420.29 have been released and deposited into your account."
- From Email #86: "There are a lot of money systems claiming to make you a fortune…but only one that has really created over 150 millionaires
The James Forley Profit Maximizer system was blocked by my antivirus and YouTube. But I persisted so that I could find all the problems with it, including the obvious fake testimonials.
You can see the discussion at RealScam here:
It's another ridiculous binary options software scam. These are some of the most dangerous scams online right now and should be avoided at all costs. There
The Paid Social Media Jobs website use the story of Annie Jones to convince people that they can make money doing the things they are already doing on social media. While there are some things that are true about the Paid Social Media Jobs sales page, there are many, many red flags that suggest you should avoid the site completely.
You can read about those red flags at this discussion at RealScam:
The 100 Percent Profitbot is a new binary options scam. The site touts that it was created by somebody that goes by the name of SportsMavin, the inventor of the Rainmaker365 system. Before you even think of searching Google for SportsMavin, you need to check out what I found out about the 100PercentProfitBot here:
If somebody is able to sink that low by using that type of fake testimonial,