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Unread 29th Nov 2014, 06:33 AM   #1
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Quick Cash System Review - Hype or Legit?
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Thanks for stopping by to check out my Quick Cash System review!

Quick Cash System is a new binary options system that claims you can quit your job in 24 hours and become a millionaire in 100 days. Bold claims, but are they legit? Let's find out...

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After taking a closer look at Quick Cash System I'm not sure whether to laugh or whether I should feel a bit sad. Is this really what this industry has turned into? I remember when I first got started online back in 2007 looking for ways to make money. Sure, there was a few bad products out there but I remember there being plenty of good ones too.

I never really implemented the products I bought back then due to shiny ball syndrome however I remember learning about things like how to set up Adwords and make money as an affiliate. How to SEO websites so that you could rank in Google. Now everything seems to be binary options and hosting and offer literally ZERO value to the customer.

The Quick Cash System claims you can quit your job in 24 hours and become a millionaire in 100 days. It sounds amazing I agree however I wouldn't start writing your resignation letter just yet because I think you'll be in for quite the surprise if you actually test this system out since it's binary options!

So what's it all about?

Binary options! In order to get started you have to make a $200 deposit at the broker Quick Cash System recommends (there are 2 recommended brokers). After doing this you can start trading with the software which will make decisions for you.

Here's why it's a bad idea...

When you sign up and make your "deposit" the broker will pay the person that referred you a commission. In this case it's the creator of the Quick Cash System and his/her affiliates. But here's where it gets interesting. The binary brokers make their money when you lose money trading so why would they pay the creator of this system money for referring them customers that will cost them literally millions (if the claims of becoming a millionaire true).

The answer? Well, they wouldn't would they! That's why if you look at the binary options systems that have launched on ClickSure in the past 12 months you'll find an endless list of negative reviews / comments from people who signed up and lost their money.

Quick Cash System: My Conclusion

At the end of the day it's your choice whether you want to sign up and test it out for yourself however I won't be recommending it. I believe the only person who will make any money from this system is the creator and his affiliates from the referral commissions brokers pay.

As always I recommend you do your own due diligence.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you found this thread useful

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Have you tried this system ?

Have you tried any system in your reviews ?

Or are these so called reviews of yours a way to promote YOUR OWN SYSTEM ?

All your "reviews" are the same and sound pretty much like this :

" This system is a scam. Try my system. It's legit "

It's getting old, man

Just to prove to you that your "review" is total garbage. Brokers do not make their money if you lose yours. They make money by earning a commission.

Here is an example : One person says this commodity will go up and bets 100 dollars. Another person says this commodity will go down and bets 100 dollars.

If the commodity goes up, the first person will get 100 dollars back and 80 dollars profit. The remaining 20 dollars goes to the broker. That's how brokers make their money.

Yes it is true that there are lots of scams out there and one needs to be careful but I have a problem with your reviews when you haven't researched the products you bash while you are promoting your own product.

Enough.

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Has anyone here tried this?
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Originally Posted by Midas777 View Post

Have you tried this system ?

Have you tried any system in your reviews ?

Or are these so called reviews of yours a way to promote YOUR OWN SYSTEM ?

All your "reviews" are the same and sound pretty much like this :

" This system is a scam. Try my system. It's legit "

It's getting old, man

Just to prove to you that your "review" is total garbage. Brokers do not make their money if you lose yours. They make money by earning a commission.

Here is an example : One person says this commodity will go up and bets 100 dollars. Another person says this commodity will go down and bets 100 dollars.

If the commodity goes up, the first person will get 100 dollars back and 80 dollars profit. The remaining 20 dollars goes to the broker. That's how brokers make their money.

Yes it is true that there are lots of scams out there and one needs to be careful but I have a problem with your reviews when you haven't researched the products you bash while you are promoting your own product.

Enough.
You may not like Mark promoting his own site, but what he says in his reviews are true.

You should focus on if his statements are true or not and not focus on the fact he adds a link to his site in his post,

After all....You did come to this post to see if the product is legit or not!

And I can say without a doubt...Everything that Mark says about this binary trading software are true.

There is a reason that there is a new one popping up every day!

And it's funny that they all claim to be original.

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Originally Posted by Midas777 View Post

Have you tried this system ?

Have you tried any system in your reviews ?

Or are these so called reviews of yours a way to promote YOUR OWN SYSTEM ?

All your "reviews" are the same and sound pretty much like this :

" This system is a scam. Try my system. It's legit "

It's getting old, man

Just to prove to you that your "review" is total garbage. Brokers do not make their money if you lose yours. They make money by earning a commission.

Here is an example : One person says this commodity will go up and bets 100 dollars. Another person says this commodity will go down and bets 100 dollars.

If the commodity goes up, the first person will get 100 dollars back and 80 dollars profit. The remaining 20 dollars goes to the broker. That's how brokers make their money.

Yes it is true that there are lots of scams out there and one needs to be careful but I have a problem with your reviews when you haven't researched the products you bash while you are promoting your own product.

Enough.
Brokers make money on commission as you've said but they also make money when you lose money (which is what most people trading binaries are doing). Hence why they call you up and try to get you to deposit far more money to trade with after your initial deposit. Also the odds are stacked against you with binaries. Ever heard of risk/reward with trading? Google it... binaries offer TERRIBLE risk/reward with every trade.

I'm on the ball with all systems launching. I know exactly what they are and what they are not, and who the guys are behind them. So don't comment with your BS. The people behind these systems don't have a clue or care about binary options, they promote them because of the big CPA commissions brokers pay and the huge email lists they build. It's clever stuff but there's a big lack of value in the systems on offer in my opinion.

Plus 90% of the binary systems I review are just clones of the last ones.

When I come across good products I am happy to recommend them.

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Thank you for a awesome review.there are discount link Quick Cash System
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Thanks for another great review Mark.

Yet another scam so let's hope the newbies out there catch your review before they waste their hard earned.

I'm glad you clarified the point made about brokerage fees because obviously win or lose brokers make money.

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Originally Posted by simonbee View Post

Thanks for another great review Mark.

Yet another scam so let's hope the newbies out there catch your review before they waste their hard earned.

I'm glad you clarified the point made about brokerage fees because obviously win or lose brokers make money.
It is unfortunate that newbies will buy into these programs and lose their money.

It is sad to know that there are new scams popping up online every single day.

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