1 • Unrealistic Earnings Claims
Fuck, I really hate people and websites which claim that you can become rich overnight without making an effort just like Secret Income Club does.
Seriously, most of its claims are so ridiculous that is borderline funny…
Claims such as
- Earning $579 per day
- The system is so foolproof that has been featured several times on the news
- It’s free (free to show you what to buy actually)
- Weird trick exploits $480-million glitch and legally “siphons” $395 per day in under 7 minutes with 19 clicks (does it really take that long to click a mouse 19 times?)
- Untapped million-dollar goldmines which will automatically let you get a piece of the cake
- Infinite money loophole, wormholes, and assholes
- Living the dream life, traveling the world, buying expensive crap, posting cool vacation pictures with blue-ass, water on Instagram, etc (most useless ClickBank products such as Autopilot Profits and Profit Genesis 2.0 make the exact same promises to lure you into buying them)
What the fuck!!!
My head is spinning from all the money I will be able to make… NOT!
Basically, everything those products claim is a standard sleazy sales technique which is commonly used by scammers to promote low-quality products, hoping that some poor fuck falls for them.
I mean, come on!
Earning thousands a week is probably possible if you’re a veteran online marketer with years and years of experience on your back. It’s definitely not going to happen for a complete newbie who just purchased a plug and play, magical system which promises to make him rich with just a few (19) clicks a day.
In fact, no system can ever earn money for you automatically in no time and with no effort so you might as well stop wasting your time looking.
I am not saying that you could not end up earning thousands a week on autopilot but it will definitely take as much time, effort, and patience as it would take for any other substantial and long-lasting achievement, not just 19 clicks a day.
Come on, don’t tell me you fell for such claims…
You cannot be that stupid.
2 • Plants Unhealthy Beliefs About Success
The main problem with all those unrealistic claims I talked right above is that they might end up planting unhealthy beliefs and expectations about success.
Thinking that you are able to earn thousands of dollars overnight without making an effort is a dangerous concept because
- First of all, it will definitely never happen
- It gives you false hope and expectations
- Makes you impatient and unwilling to work for it
- Dramatically increases the chances of you quitting when you don’t see the immediate results you expected
- It is actually the exact opposite of how real money can be made
So, not only Secret Income Club won’t help you achieve the monetary goals you want but it will most likely take you further away from them as well as fuck up your mindset, probably holding you back in other aspects of your life too.
3 • Extremely Low-Quality Courses
As stated for the thousandth time, the courses Secret Income Club promotes are just awful both in terms of quantity and quality so don’t expect that you’ll earn any money with them anytime soon, if ever.
Frankly, if you browse Google and YouTube for a while, you will definitely be able to find higher quality free information on creating your living online as well as much better paid courses to teach you exactly how to do that.
In my opinion, if you are after creating a full-time living online then you definitely need some extremely high-quality online marketing training, so do yourself a favor and check out The 2 Best Affiliate Marketing Training Courses That You Should Join In 2019.
4 • Fake Countdown Timers
Most of the SIC’s pages that you’ll come across display countdown timers which give you something more than 3 minutes to fill in your information before the offer supposedly expires.
This creates a sense of urgency and fear of missing out and along with the unrealistic claims of the page it builds up a pressure which increases the chances of people taking action.
Those timers are basically a sales trick and the proof is that when you refresh the page, the timer will default to 3 minutes.
5 • Lying About Seen on Several News Channels
On Secret Income Club as well as on some of the courses it promotes, you’ll see claims that they have been featured on several news channels.
It goes without saying this is a big fat lie and you can confirm that by Googling “Secret Income Club + the news channel”.
6 • Fake Owner
Jeffrey Hart who is supposed to be the creator of Secret Income Club is not a real name of a real person but rather an alias.
This can also be confirmed with a single Google search.
If you Google “Jeffrey Hart Secret Income Club” only just a bunch of reviews are coming up.
No blog, no Facebook or other social media profiles, no YouTube channel, no Wiki profile, no images of him, nothing…
Fake person alert!
7 • NO Success Stories and Testimonials
No matter how hard I tried to dig out some success stories and testimonials of people who have used the “foolproof” Secret Income Club system, I managed to find none.
So, there is not a single comment on the usefulness or uselessness of Secret Income Club, a product which has been featured on the news several times.
Not even a fake one.