If you’re an avid watcher of get-rich-quick videos then you may be familiar with the one we just watched – called the QuickCashSystem – with your host Sarah Markel.
We’ve seen plenty of get-rich-quick scams during our tenure as your resident scam debunkers. They all generally go the same way, by firstly asserting they’re not a scam, and that they have a fail proof system for getting rich which they’ll give to you for no apparent reason, just as soon as you deposit your registration fees into their million dollar bank accounts.
QuickCashSystem.com doesn’t seem much different. It starts with Sarah Markel telling you that behind every successful man is a woman, and that landing on her sales video is the most important thing you could have done in your life since she’s going to make you a millionaire, practically overnight (okay, in a 100 days, but still a pretty good deal, right?)
So far, a pretty standard sales video for a get-rich-quick scam wanting your credit card details.
However the video takes a dramatic spiral into the bizarre when Sarah Markel begins to embark on what her get-rich-quick system actually is, asserting it is actually a secret program developed by a shadowy government organisation called DIFUS that were concerned with predicting the stock market. The absurd tale continues when she explains that she apparently got her hands on the program after her secret agent programmer husband Avi left DIFUS and – before being kidnapped – managed to send her a copy.
And with the program, Sarah has told us she has made millions of dollars in only a few months, simply by clicking the programs start button and watching the money roll in.
Okay, so if you believed all that nonsense then we have a few books on critical thinking we’d like to suggest that you read. But in the real world, what is the QuickCashSystem and what is it really selling? And more importantly – will it actually make you rich?
The answer, unsurprisingly, is no. And not just because get-rich-quick scams that make you millions of dollars on autopilot don’t actually exist (sorry!) In reality this is an affiliate website for third party Binary Option platforms.
Binary Option websites are like the stock market, but instead of trying to buy profitable stock, you simply predict if a particular stock will rise or drop in a specified amount of time. Get it right and you win. Get it wrong and you lose. A simple concept.
Sarah Markel and QuickCashSystem are an affiliate to these types of websites, meaning that they try and get people to sign up for them, and if they do, they get a commission for doing so. It is important to note that the QuickCashSystem and the Binary Option websites they promote are totally separate entities. They are not run by the same people.
However, the problem here is that there is no way to accurately predict what Binary Options will do, meaning any system claiming that you can get rich on Binary Option websites is simply lying to you. Sarah Markel and the QuickCashSystem absolutely cannot predict what these Binary Options will do – there are experienced investors that use these sites with a wealth of stock knowledge and even they cannot become wealthy from these types of sites. It’s a form of investment, meaning it’s basically gambling, and it’s just as likely (if not more likely) that anyone new to the investment game will ultimately lose money instead of making any.
So no, Sarah Markel and the QuickCashSystem are not going to make you rich. There are no push-button, autopilot systems for instant wealth, and anyone telling you otherwise just wants your credit card details.
It’s not all bad news. If making money online is something that interests you, then it is indeed possible, but be prepared to work for it and learn or develop new skills. If you’re willing to put in the time and dedication, there really is no limit to how much money you can potentially make online. Click here to learn more about making money online.