30 Day Change Review – Easy Road to Money or a SCAM?

So, I was downgraded from work from full time to part time and with just one quick research into making money online my email was filled with offers from various easy money schemes like the 30 Day Change program. Honestly, I have never even tried making money online before and though I have done some reviews on products I have purchased in the past I have never actually attempted one of these programs. It was just a random search at a moment of desperation but when I started receiving these emails I couldn’t resist and had to dig deeper. Turns out there are hundreds of these type of work from home or make money online systems which I have never even heard of. If they are all true though, by now no one would be working out of home, especially with the numbers they promise.

With that said, I couldn’t resist. I have to at least research it and perhaps, even if I do not actually end up trying it (which will be revealed in the end of this review) at least provide the information I have gathered and the reason I did not try.

What is 30 Day Change

Well, if you judge by the official website it is hard to actually get a real idea of what the product is. I actually did not get any realistic information from them. Yes, they have a video, which I admit that after a while regardless how hard I tried to concentrate I would zone out. Unfortunately you cannot rewind or fast-forward the video so the amount of information you gather from it the one time you watch it (trust me you won’t want to through it again) is all you get. This is why I turned to external review websites as well as websites that advertise the program.

The program is basically a unique binary trading software system which is specifically designed to trade in binary options. You technically do nothing except for sign up, give your investment money, and they trade them in binary options and you make a profit. That’s simply put. Unfortunately they market it as if you have absolutely nothing to lose and that you don’t have to pay anything when in fact for you to actually participate and make a profit you have to invest $250. Once you sign up you have to select one of their provided traders and work with them. The good thing is that you don’t have to know a thing about binary options or trading in general as all you do is hand over your money and they do the rest. Yes, sounds pretty simple but the question is whether you really do make money or just lose your investment, and is it really that simple?

Features of 30 Day Change and Process

The features advertised by the official website one you have signed up is that they can guarantee daily earnings of up to $700. This sounds fantastic but really? I have read reviews where they have lost all their money yet they are guaranteeing $700. I am almost certain that this is not possible with the initial investment.

Another feature is that you are not charged for the access to their powerful and unique binary options trading system. This sounds great, and I am guessing this is what they advertise that you do not have to pay or lose on, while you still do have to invest a certain amount of money to actually start earning.

You do receive a step by step guide that explains how the system works written in simple form so it is easy to understand and are assigned a personal coach that will help you get what you want out of the system. So, on one hand, you do nothing but you need step by step guide and a personal coach. Interesting.

They of course, claim that there is no monetary investment upfront but on the other hand from everywhere else that I’ve read comments and reviews they do discuss that in order to make money and participate you DO have to invest, and the minimum is $250.

Steps to Participating in 30 Day Change

The first step is to register. All you do is give your email and name. From that point on your email will be completely bombarded with further information on participation, how you will be rich if you sign up, etc.

They have numerous claims on the official website of how much money people are making and how happy they are. In the video there are people boasting about their experience with the program and how rich they are now but in one of the comments on one of the reviews for this program it was pointed out that they are actors, and they had seen them in other infomercials in the past (will discuss this further down).

Once you have registered, which takes just a minute, you can start using your personalized account. Which of course, is completely useless unless you invest.

From the Comments and Negative Reviews Claiming it’s a SCAM

Well, I was able to find the video from the homepage of the 30 Day Change on YouTube. Even with being able to rewind and fast forward the 16:33 minutes were still hard to sit through. Regardless there is very little real information there anyway. What I did find was a number of websites that claim to do real reviews of online money making schemes and read through the comments section. I do reviews myself and know well enough that some of the reviews that I’ve read in the past look to be paid so aside from using them to gather information I don’t trust them as much as I trust the comments.

Although I did find some comments that were positive about the system they failed to provide the information which everyone was looking for. They would stop by, comment how they are up by a certain percent and then never comment again after people inquired how much they had invested and how much they made in what amount of time. Nothing realistic.

The important things that I learned thought was that in many cases once they had invested the $250 they actually felt left behind. Initially there would be a lot of contact and help but then customer service would completely fail, no one would be available, and they would get very bad support. This leads me to believe that they work for new customers rather than the ones they have. Also, there is a delay in the software which causes you to lose money even if you would have won. Another issue I read about was that not all of their brokers are regulated which means that once you are signed up with them and do make a profit you have a very hard time getting your money.

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