Is this site for real ? Reviewer say - Make up to 200% from your investment ? USD $400 per day ?

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Is this site for real ?

I see some of the reviews say - Make up to 200% from your investment ?

Or USD $400 Per day ???!!!???

Is this for real ???!!!???





I am in no way connected to this company what so ever ...

I am just a newbie who is still sitting on the fence after a few years in Warrior Forum ...

I have not even started anything as of yet ...

Still on the look out to buying that perfect and final WSO ...

So I bump into this site from one of the Warrior Forum Threads that someone posted ...

The site is here :-

Secure Investment - Success Stories



I would like to ask if anyone has any experiences with this company ?

Or has anyone has any experiences with such company ?

Perhaps you would like to give us some of your experiences of such companies ?

Thank You

#$400 #200% #day #investment #make #real #reviewer #site #usd
  • Profile picture of the author Ricardo Furtado
    There are so many claims being made online.

    Fact is, you can even start some crappy company of your own, come out with an awesome sales page and shout –
    Make $1000 a day…starting right now…that is what most of the ssamsters are already doing.

    Hope you got your answer.

    All the best. Regards.
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  • Profile picture of the author LarryC
    I'm not familiar with this company, but it sounds like it could be a HYIP type program (Google that term if you don't know what it means). This is essentially a pyramid scheme where new "investors" get paid by older ones until the whole thing collapses or the founders take the money and disappear. Usually if an "investment" system promises suspiciously high profits, this is the case.
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  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    This is no different from Hyip. I suggest you stay away from it. Any business that is not controlled by you has the highest rick of losing all of your hard-earned money.
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  • Profile picture of the author shearatcliff
    It's Hype. Instead do what they're doing. Create a product and sell it. Just don't lie. You can still sell without testimonials and then ask your customers for testimonials.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    Run the other way, I wouldn't waste any of my time, and especially none of my money here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Corey Geer
    Why yes, yes it is real.

    Every website with reviews is 100% legit, it's not a sales hype pitch at all.

    Do you know how many people pay people for "positive reviews" or have their friends review their product?
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    • Profile picture of the author Ricardo Furtado
      Originally Posted by Corey Geer View Post

      Why yes, yes it is real.

      Every website with reviews is 100% legit, it's not a sales hype pitch at all.

      Do you know how many people pay people for "positive reviews" or have their friends review their product?
      Many websites have FAKE reviews.


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      • Profile picture of the author desbravador
        As a rule of thumb, I always assume the reviews on website are fake. I would always do a research of my own before investing
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        • Profile picture of the author Ricardo Furtado
          Originally Posted by desbravador View Post

          As a rule of thumb, I always assume the reviews on website are fake. I would always do a research of my own before investing
          Very true indeed! Very true!!!
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      • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
        Originally Posted by Ricardo Furtado View Post


        Many websites have FAKE reviews.


        So true! If ever I am thinking about purchasing a product, I always search the product name and then add "reviews". Basically the first 100 or so listings are what I like to call "loaded reviews". Spotting a website with loaded reviews is very easy.

        First, there will be reviews for dozens and dozens of Clickbank products or other affiliate marketplace products, and there will not be ONE NEGATIVE REVIEW! I guess we're supposed to believe that the reviewer purchased all of these products and absolutely loved EVERY SINGLE ONE! Usually these types of reviews will also contain a lot of the copy from the sales page and probably the video that's on the sales page too.

        Also, if you ever come across a product review where the reviewer offers all kinds of bonuses to purchase through their link, click away quick because you won't get an honest review there.

        It's usually around page 10 or 11 of the results that you start to see actual honest reviews about the products.

        I keep hearing that the FTC is going to start going after these sites but I doubt they could do anything about it because of the sheer volume of them. For every one they take down, 10 more would probably pop up.

        As for the HYIP programs, definitely stay away because although you might actually make a little money in the beginning, you will most likely never cover your investment and sooner or later the product will disappear.
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