Countdown To Profits Scam – Here Is The Truth
Contrary to the name of this program, you will NOT be counting down to profits. A more appropriate name for it would be Countdown To An Empty Bank Account, because you aren’t going to make any money with it.
I know the news broadcasts that are shown at the beginning of the sales video are persuasive. I mean, after all, the famous Matt Lauer is talking about making money from home. But take notice that he mentions nothing about this Countdown To Profits scam. Those news clips have nothing to do with this program and are just put there to try to make this look legitimate.
But anyway, let me get on to the review…
Countdown To Profits Review
- Website: countdowntoprofits.com
- Creator: Richard Paul
- Price: $97 discount
- Rating: 0/10 (Definitely a scam that won’t make you any money. It doesn’t even make sense)
The first thing that Richard Paul will tell you to get you to stay and watch the video, is that you will make some very easy money…
$500 Just For Watching The Video And Doing A Few Simple Things?
Mr. Richard Paul claims he will give you at least $500 minimum, just for doing a few simple things and watching the video. He says that with this system you will likely make much more than $500. But if you try it out for 30 days and don’t make money, he will personally give you $500.
This is very suspicious and something I have heard a thousand times that pretty much always turns out to be a lie. But I gave this guy the benefit of the doubt and waited to find out how this incredible system works and makes you money.
So How Does This “Secret” System Make You Money?
Of course… There is some software that utilizes a “secret” algorithm that when used can dump loads of money into your bank account on complete autopilot. Apparently Richard Paul bumped into a childhood friend of his that had stumbled across this incredible formula.
What an amazing story!
This sounds awfully similar to just about every binary options trading software scam out there. They all say that they have developed a software that can predict market prices with insane accuracy and will trade binary options for you on autopilot. The problem with this is that there is no such software that can accurately predict the ever-changing market with great accuracy due to an insane amount of unpredictable variables that influence market prices.
But Anyway, Nothing Makes Sense Here
Not only does his short explanation of this “secret” algorithm lead me to believe that this is some sort of binary options trading software that he is trying to sell you on. But also the fact that this guy “Richard Paul” was the spokesperson for a binary options scam called Stark Trading System, which has since been shut down.
But what doesn’t make sense about this money making opportunity being a binary options trading software is that in the sales video for Countdown To Profits, he talks about how he is making all his money through commissions from selling things as you can see from the screenshot I took.
The problem is that in binary options trading you aren’t selling things and making commissions. So really nothing is making sense about how you make money with this system.
And he doesn’t give you a clear answer. You can watch the whole video and never really find out how you will be making money, yet he expects you to buy into this program.
But anyways, it doesn’t really matter, because its a scam and you should not invest in it.
If you go far enough as to click on “Get Instant Access” button then you will be directed to the checkout page. And on this page you will see several customer testimonials on the right of the page. These are intended as social proof that this Countdown To Profits system works. The problem is that they are all fake.
And to prove this, check this out. Here is one of the testimonials that you will see on that page. They claim this guy’s name is Beau R, but its all a lie.
After doing a reverse image search on Google for that picture I found that there are about a hundred different sites that use the same image. Many of them are fake Myspace profiles as you can see below.
This image along with all the other testimonial images on that checkout page are 100% fake.
Read The Earnings Disclaimer!
If you go to the very bottom of the sales page you will see a button labeled “earnings disclaimer”. Click on this and you will be surprised what you find.
As you can see it clearly states that “No income claims are made, implied or guaranteed”. Let that sink in for a minute.
This guy is claiming he hasn’t made, implied, or guaranteed any income amounts, yet throughout the entire video he was doing exactly that. This is a major red flag.
And this is exactly how this scam can still operate legally. People can lie to you all they want in their sales pitches. As long as they have an earning disclaimer somewhere that basically says “hey, I was lying”, they can get away with it legally, which is a bunch of BS.
Final Words On This Countdown To Profits Scam
Okay, so the entire method for which this system makes money doesn’t make any sense whatsoever, the testimonials they show you are as fake as can be, and the earnings statement basically says that the whole sales video was a lie. This program/system, whatever you want to call it is a major scam.
Like I said earlier, a more suitable name for it is Countdown To An Empty Bank Account. Because you sure as heck aren’t going to be making any money with it.
Anyway, I hope you found this review helpful and I hope it save you the money you would lose if you would have signed up for this.