Quantum Code is a SCAM You Should Avoid at All Costs in My Opinion

Last Update: February 20, 2017

Following up on a post someone made with a link to a website which in turn has 3 links to what is "likely" to be (in my opinion) a SCAM (Quantum Code) I thought I'd better write this to warn people off trying this rubbish.

The guy in the video is a fiverr actor and the plane in the background is a rental plane. Look at the claims of the money you can make at top right in the picture. (1.8 million dollars a month, lol) and look at the scarcity counters bottom left and bottom right.


It's one of those binary options scams. Similar to the zero loss formula, same type of video, rental plane in back, guy gets into a limmo, drives to his office space (a rented hotel room) takes out his apple computer and then blags you into the "opportunity of a lifetime"


I really do not know how some people can be soooo gullible. But they must exist because these guys wouldn't keep pumping out rubbish scams if it didn't work, would they, eh?

So, basically it means if these types of scams continue, that would imply that some people really aren't the "sharpest tool in the shed", wouldn't it?

I hope my fellow WAers don't fall for this scam posted by our fellow member (probably by mistake)


Quite seriously though, I'm very surprised a fellow WA member would post this as a recommendation for WA members to join.


You were warned, there's no point in crying after you've lost your money.

Jimbo


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prosperheart Premium
One of the other bad things about this and other online scams, phishing, etc., is that it makes it harder for honest people like most of us to make a decent living via online methods. Potential customers get more skeptical about legit stuff that really is good...deciding to steer away from exploring the possible good opportunities.
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GautamWorld Premium
Too many scams on the internet. I have fallen prey to a couple of them.

But instead of looking for more scams and finding fault with programs. I would focus on the positive and ignore the negative. S

o, would prefer to surround me with some great guys and move ahead with my goals.
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Jim-Bo Premium
I'm not "looking" for scams...I'm "warning" people here about a scam...
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GautamWorld Premium
That's true. And thank you! I deviated into my thoughts while writing the comment.
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Kav Premium
It is not as clear cut as you make it. There are people genuinely looking for opportunities and fall prey to these hoodlums.

Warning people against such is not fishing for scams but saving people a lot of time and trouble looking into these 'stealing games'.

Every day there are lots of new entrants to the online world, many need help in discerning.
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GautamWorld Premium
That's true.
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rhudkins Premium
Seems there is a never ending supply of scammers out there. Valuable info as they are one I've not (fortunately) been bothered by.

One the note of people taking advantage of wallets I personally think another money pit to watch out for is the EMPOWERNETWORK. That program (a friend tells me) charges for everything but breathing.

Regards, Ron
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bill808 Premium
I went to a meeting. People were signing up like mad. I Googled and promptly found out they had upsells to $5000. The sponsor was halfway honest because he finally told me the way to make money in the program was to sell the $5000 upsell which was training designed to teach you how to sell the program.
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rhudkins Premium
I'd rather save that money for 25 years or so and,,,I don't know; Buy the Plane?
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AllanG1 Premium
I wrote a post several months ago " types of scams" where I talked about Quanttum code and orion code. Same scam 2 different actors with the same script but different names.
At least 8 ads by these guys in google alerts. Big scam, first page ranking on google with several review sites (also scams) supporting these scams.
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CraigW315 Premium
Thanks for sharing. This kind of thing makes me think two things:

1) These scams exist because there is a huge demand from people wanting to get rich and improve their lives
2) We need to reach those people and offer something legit

I wouldn't go so far as to say that those who fall for something like this "aren't the sharpest tools in the shed." My feeling (from personal experience) is that sometimes people are so desperate to improve their lives that their hope overwhelms their common sense and reservations.
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Jim-Bo Premium
indeed, you got it!
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