Everybody wants a quick cash system. No debate can be had on this. The problem is that until now, I’ve never seen someone who can come up with one.
I’m told by Sarah from Quick Cash System that this is because I’ve been listening to men the whole time. The worst kind of men.
Well, I agree that the guys who roll out these binary options programs are indeed terrible people, but is Quick Cash System going to be any different? Does a woman really know how to trade better than a man?
Does it even matter?
What Is The Quick Cash System?
In a nutshell, it’s a piece of trading software that works. At least that’s the claim. Sarah will have us believe that she purchased every single piece of junk binary software out there, and analyzed them to find out that they were indeed junk.
As if we didn’t already know!
Then she compared them with HER software, and the results were incredible. Her software won every time, and the junk software just lost money.
If you’re looking for a binary options trading software that actually WORKS, then this is supposedly the one.
The only question I have is, “Is it really?”.
If you’ve watched the sales video already, you’ll have heard the unique angle that Quick Cash System uses:
Men are bad traders. Investment companies run by women perform 50% better than ones run by men. Barclays bank has a fund that only deals with companies run by women and it’s outperformed the S&P every year for the last 5 years.
Well, whether or not that is true, and whether or not the women mentioned are clearly exceptions to the rule, is actually irrelevant.
You see Sarah is claiming that because men are willing to take more risks than women, they end up getting bitten. Because women trade without their ego, they can be more neutral and trade accurately.
This makes sense to us, which is why we are inclined to believe her. The problem with this is that it’s completely irrelevant to a piece of software that is based on mathematical calculations.
Trading with the kind of success that Sarah is talking about takes place over the course of months. She’s supposedly used that skill to create a piece of software that can make split-second decisions on the direction of a binary option. It’s completely the opposite of what she’s describing.
It’s like saying:
“You should buy my running shoes because I’m better at swimming.”
Binary Options Programs Are Post-Modern Now
When I say “post modern”, I mean that they are aware of themselves. They are referencing other programs and are not pretending that they are something new.
This is the classic “I’m not one of those scammy gurus” trick. People are becoming more cautious about binary options programs because they’ve been ripping people off for a while now. Two or three new programs are launched per WEEK.
The “better” programs are now referencing one another to get you on their side. They know you won’t fall for the “This is unique” angle anymore, so they have to use the “We’re different” angle.
Hence using a woman and slamming all the other programs.
Underneath all of the facade, you still have the same story:
- Sign up to use their “software”.
- Deposit funds into a brokerage account.
- Use the software.
- Fail to make money.
- End of the story.
I left out the part where the program creator earns a HUGE commission for referring you to the broker. I guess that was important.
That’s the whole reason they go to the trouble of tricking you into signing up and depositing funds.
What About The Black Budget?
In case you hadn’t realized yet, the whole story about the Black Budget and the secret company “difus” is just another angle to get you hooked.
You start to think “Hey, I get it, the government has a secret organization that makes money” and all you need is someone giving you this information away for free to believe it.
She’s earning a big fat commission though remember, it’s not free.
Now I’m not saying the Black Budget is fake. It does indeed exist (We all know this because it’s not actually a secret).
What I’m saying is that by attaching something that sounds secretive with a government conspiracy, and suggesting that they’ve got access to it, the quick cash system is making itself sound like some top secret software.
This is kind of weird, because a minute ago they were saying it’s legal and it works because she’s a woman. Now it’s a secret that is being given away for free? I’m confused.
I guess they’re just doubling up on sales gimmicks.
Whatever the logic is behind their sales angle, you have to remember that this is all it is, a sales angle.
Once you get inside the Quick Cash Software, it’s exactly the same as all the others. You have to deposit funds with their recommended broker, and then nothing more happens except you losing your funds.
Look, the program is even being marketed in the exact same place as all the others, and uses the same methods to get promoters.
If you’d rather avoid losing money, then I suggest you stay away. Even though she is quite pretty.
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