Today I came across an offer by the name of Insured Profits…
…when the site came up there was a video of Dave who was going to make me a millionaire!
I’m not joking. That’s exactly what he said.
(Insured Profits Headline)
Well, of course that got my attention.
But it didn’t take me long to figure out that this was a big scam.
You see, Dave and Ginny, just happened to create a proprietary software, with the help of their neighbor after finding a loophole in a trading system…
…that makes them $2,700 per day in profits!
(Dave, explaining the ‘Insured Profits’ system)
The way it works is that for every winning trade, you earn $20, and for every losing trade you lose $2.
But the best thing is that the winning trades always outnumber the losing trades.
(The claims the ‘Insured Profits’ system makes)
They’ve been using it for 2 years and have made millions and are now going to ‘pay it forward’.
Apparently there are thousands who are already using Insured Profits to make a fortune… but when I try to click on the link to watch over 1,000 video testimonials, they link doesn’t work.
(Link to video testimonials doesn’t work)
Even if it did, I’m sure I’d see lots of ‘Fiverr’ paid testimonials.
The video sales letter has it all…
…fancy cars, big houses, promises of financial freedom and a dream lifestyle.
And it wouldn’t be complete without the mandatory screenshot of a bank account bursting with insane, money-for-nothing profits!
Insured Profits has plenty of these account screenshots throughout the sales video and even one on the sales page.
(Insured Profits account screenshot)
At the end of the video, Dave, Ginny offer you the software but the price isn’t revealed. To take up the offer you need to enter your name and email address.
If you believe that Nigerian lottery payouts are real, then this would be right up your alley.
My advice is to stay away from Insured Profits or any other offer like this that sounds too good to be true.
Because it is too good to be true.
No foolproof, automated trading software like this exists…
…and even if it did, the owners would forfeit the gains of it by offering it to the world.
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