- 1 Why is the 7 Minute Money Website Still Up?
- 1.1 Are you ready for my “7 Minute Money Review”?
- 1.2 What Do You Get?
- 1.3 Let me show you proof why this is a scam!
- 1.4 Here are the obvious lies Mr. Brad Jackson is telling:
- 1.5 My guess is that all the positive reviews are indeed written by people that fell for the scam and desperately trying to recover their money by scamming others.Final words about 7 Minute Money.
Why is the 7 Minute Money Website Still Up?
The past weeks, I received about five e-mails per day from different “Internet Gurus” promoting this scam. I was busy reviewing two other products at that time and only took a quick peek at Brad Jackson’s video.
He made it crystal clear that “only 40 people” will get access to his secret product and the site will be down shortly.
Oh well, I heard that many times before and was not too worried about that, knowing all too well the lies these folks are telling us.
Are you ready for my “7 Minute Money Review”?
This will be a short one, I promise. There is not much to the whole thing to start with, but lies and the usual scammer techniques.
Product Owner: Brad Jackson from California
Price: FREE (that is what BJ from Cal says)
Actual Price: $29.95 per month
My Rating: 10 points on 100 points scale
Verdict: Shameless Scam
What Do You Get?
According to mystery man Brad Jackson, you will get access to a “secret product” that lets you use a “secret Underground $100m Loophole”, to make tens of thousands dollars every month. That sounds eerily like another program I finished reviewing and published yesterday (EZ Cash Creator).
Mr. Jackson’s product is so secret that he can’t tell you what it is before you spend your money. If you smell “scam” already, you are right. This is a scam.
At least he did not keep secret what this “secret thing” will offer you.
- You don’t need any experience
- You don’t need a product
- You don’t need any skills
- You can do it in just a few minutes per day
- You don’t need a website
- The system is easy
- The system is automated
Of course, Brad-boy can back-up all this by showing you repeatedly “bank statements” to prove how much money his little secret is making him. I just wonder how long it took him to create these fake statements.
Let me show you proof why this is a scam!
There are some legitimate programs in the “make money online” industry. They don’t lie to you, make you pay before they tell you what you get and they don’t make false claims about your earning potentials.
Furthermore, they don’t promise you the “pie in the sky”, but they will tell you that it takes the willingness to learn and work hard to become successful.
Here are the obvious lies Mr. Brad Jackson is telling:
7 Minute Money is FREE! Look at the image, upper left corner, blue strip with the word “FREE”
Lie #1: It will cost you money. Not just a one-time fee, but a recurring charge of $29.95 per month. Click on the image to enlarge.
Lie #2: He says he did it without a website. The recurring charge, however, is for website hosting. So, you will need a website and most likely your own domain name.
Lie #3: He says you don’t need any skills or experience. I have been doing this for some time now and I had to learn some skills and gather experience before I made my first dollar.
Lie #4: It only requires a few minutes per day. Everybody knows that money is not growing on trees, nor does it rain “Franklins”. You will have to work, even if you work from home
Lie #5: He says you don’t need a product. What is it where you make your money with? Nobody will give you money without receiving something in return (unless you rob a bank)
Lie #6: He said 5 weeks ago that he accepts only 40 participants and the he will take the site down. When I logged on today, his site is up, and there is a whole bunch of folks trying to sell his “secret” on the web and YouTube.
Of course, I did not buy a domain and pay for web hosting. For that reason, I cannot say if there are any “upsells” awaiting the newcomers, but I would not be surprised by it.
There is yet another strong indicator that this is a scam.
Searching for reviews of this system on the Web and You Tube produces a large number of results. A lot more than the “limit of 40” Brad sets in his sales video, by the way.
Interestingly, 9 out of 10 of these fake reviews show you a similar, almost identical landing page design with the same content. All of them have 2 0r 3 link buttons that connect to the 7 Minute Money sales pitch.
The wording seems to be created with a so called “article spinner“, but you can tell it all comes from the same original source.
Brad added a little twist to the scam though. The “reviewers” using different looking “relay pages“, collecting more e-mail addresses, but if you click through it will take you to his video.
I also checked if he used the services of “paid for reviews” like some of the other scammers do. I could not locate any of the You Tube faces on fiverr, the hangout used by folks that will produce a positive review of any product for as little as $5.00 (like this lady – check her out).
My guess is that all the positive reviews are indeed written by people that fell for the scam and desperately trying to recover their money by scamming others.
Final words about 7 Minute Money.
This product, secret system or whatever you want to call this thing is a shameless scam. Please, do not fall for the hype and the unrealistic promises made by Mr. Brad Jackson from somewhere in California.
What’s Next For You?
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