Nick Park 21 Days To Riches is a SCAM! Warning!!24th April 2017 Off By Jamey Darien
Today we must warn you of another SCAM that’s plaguing the binary options world, The 21 Days To Riches by the alleged Nick Park.
Unfortunately this is another money-making scheme, designed to steal money from new binary options traders using email invitations as the primary method of advertisement.
We did find some positive 21 Days To Riches Reviews but not on any credible websites and as expected, we couldn’t find any mentioning of the website 21daystoRiches.com on the Better Business Bureau website or any of the news sites that appear to be listed on the pitch page and the annoying pop-up. This website is most definitely not a United States BBB accredited business! If any Bureau should be in charge of monitoring the “21 Days To Riches” it should be the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
So who is Nick Park? Well, this guy is actually not a Fiverr.com actor this time but the picture is fake and taken from ShutterStock.com, any webmaster can get access to a database with millions of pictures and legally use the pictures without worrying about copyrights. We noticed that many of the scam websites are now using the Better Business Bureau logo to provide their site with imaginary authority or recognition. Don’t believe us? Look up “21 Days To Riches software” or “Nick Park” and you will not find anything.
The entire narrative is ridiculous and we tend to believe that the concept of “making it in 21 days as a golden rule in life” is merely used in order to manipulate you to deposit more money and get your hopes up for 3 weeks while they try to scam you further. This offer is extremely deceptive, again we’re seeing the “21 memberships left” type methods used to rush members into signing up and as quickly as possible.
We are not sure how legal their marketing tactics are, but consider that the scammers who come up with websites like 21daystoriches.com, don’t really care, as they quickly move to the next scam, usually with-in a matter of days or weeks. Try to contact customer service for help once after you sign up and deposit your money, besides a few phone calls from the sales people who are working for the unregulated brokers that are synced with 21 Days To Riches, you will not receive any type of support.
The 21 Days To Riches software is not a product that you will ever find listed or endorsed on any reliable binary options or FX forum or blog. It’s a ‘bait and switch’ operation, simple as that. If you are new to the Internet, don’t be fooled by generic, over-night websites with positive reviews related to the 21 Days To Riches, those websites Nick Park are created by marketers and/or other people of interest. Try to post your feedback or questions on those websites and you will never get your comments approved, as they seek to hide the truth obviously.