Thousand Dollar Days is another binary options promo that has just been launched.
It was created by a guy named Ian Ross who has been responsible for a number of other scams launched on the Clicksure network over the past few years.
His past creations contain the same dishonest marketing techniques that I point out in my beat downs. Ross usually creates promos based on whatever is trending at the moment and Thousand Dollar Days is no different in all aspects.
Thousand Dollar Days Are Not Guaranteed
The major selling point of Thousand Dollar Days is that they would like to guarantee you that you will earn no less than $1000 per day every day when you sign up to trade binary options and link your account with theirs.
If there is one thing that I’ve learned in my 8 years of making money on the internet is that you cannot guarantee anyone that they will make money using any system at all.
The Thousand Dollar Days team cannot guarantee you that you will make $1000 minimum every single day or that you’ll make $30,000 per month.
They employ several tactics to convince you this but none of these can convince someone who has reviewed binary options promo after promo.
One of the things they do is tell you that you won’t have to pay anything but you can donate the earnings from your least profitable day at the end of the month.
This tactic serves to answer the question you might have about what their motives are for giving away this free system for earning money but I can tell you that this is just a gimmick to try to convince you that you’ll earn the type of money they’re saying you can earn.
Then there is the story about how the Thousand Dollar Days team came into existence and how “hundreds of people have been using the service for the past few years.”
They also say that they’ve met the target of earning their customers $1000 per day each day for the past 5 years.
Well, to debunk both the story of the team’s existence and their track record, I checked the whois records for the creation of the domain name “thousanddollardays.co” and just as I thought, the domain was only registered this year on February 5th for one year.
It is highly unlikely that the Thousand Dollar Days team existed for the past 5 years without a website. It’s also unlikely that the idea of this Thousand Dollar Days promo existed before this year.
Ian Ross also created a similar scam called the $100K Club just last year. How is it that these guys can afford to juggle so many teams and clubs all at once?
Obviously they were created for the sole purpose of making money using dishonest marketing techniques and when one loses it’s steam another one is created. 6 months from now Ross is going to have another one up and running.
Don’t be fooled by the so called video “proof” of people logging into their accounts either. If they can create these things for Hollywood blockbuster movies then these can also be created to fool you.
There is also no limit to the amount of people that can join either Thousand Dollar Days or their associated binary options broker AA Options. They’ll take every single person that bites.
AA Option and Thousand Dollar Days
Just like all the other binary options promos, Thousand Dollar Days works the same – you pay the recommended broker $250 to get an account to start trading.
The way Ian Ross makes money though this affiliation is that as soon as you deposit $250 to the broker, he gets a commission. This is why he can offer you his program for free. He doesn’t actually have a program and his only objective is to get you to deposit that $250 with AA Option so he can get paid.
You don’t have to join AA Option through Thousand Dollar Days. Even if you join directly, your experience is going to be the same and you have the same earning potential.
If you’re new to binary options trading then it is probably best for you to forget about making money with this method as it has more in common with gambling than it has with financial trading. There are disclaimers on both the Thousand Dollar Days website and AA Option that tell you binary options is highly risky and you can lose all your money.
Does it sound like $1000 per day is guaranteed after reading all this?