When I came across TAS (The Arbitrage Secret), I knew it was pretty sketchy just by what got stated in the video.
I’ve done many reviews, so I can pretty much tell this was all hype.
Before you even think about placing even a fake email address to get access, I want you to read The Arbitrage Secret review because it’s Arb Garbage.
I discovered some huge red flags about this whole business offer that you need to be aware of.
Specs About The Arbitrage Secret
Product Name: The Arbitrage Secret
Free Access: No
Website URL: thearbitragesecret.com
BeginAtZero.com Overall Ranking: 1.7/10
What is The Arbitrage Secret aka TAS?
- I call it a funnel to WAH EDU.
How does it work?
- They use some sort of marketing tactic that claims you can make all this money quickly. They really don’t go over what you will do, but it just leads you to WAH EDU.
How much does it cost?
- If you X-out enough times, you can get it for $19.95.
Who can join?
- 18 years or older
It starts with a hyped-up video with testimonials. They claim that they are going to send you $880 or more by tomorrow in cash. TAS is talking about swift money people can make.
The video wasn’t very transparent on what people will do to make money.
TAS just flashed a lot of money to try and get people in. It is a common tactic for an affiliate looking to make money quickly.
Let’s break this offer down about the Red Flags, so let’s get started.
What Is Arbitrage
Arbitrage is when you buy low and sell high. That’s pretty much what arbitrage means.
Let’s say you purchased a car for a really good low price, but you don’t want to keep the car. You can then sell the car at a higher price and make a nice profit.
I don’t understand why they used the word arbitrage because The Arbitrage Secret really didn’t describe what anyone would be really doing to make money by purchasing low and selling high.
Let’s Go Over The Red Flags
I’m surprised he’s still broke because on the other sites he claimed they worked. Now this time his car just broke down and he needed money quickly.
The other testimonial in the video, the guy said, Mark, a couple of times. If you were thinking this is a real video made by this “Mark”, wouldn’t you think he would have made sure his name spelled correctly?
In the whole video even in the intro video above it said, Hi there, I’m Mark. Mark is even highlighted in yellow.
The supposedly real Marc showed his name on some money he made by using TAS. If you look at the image, his name is Marc J. Sampson but yet Marc’s name was spelled out as M A R K throughout the video.
I noticed Marc or Mark said, partner. I’ve done a few reviews where they want people to partner with them.
When I hear that word partner, I think, Oh brother, here we go again with the partner mess.
Here is a list of let’s partner mess I reviewed.
Who Is Marc?
Marc or Mark is a professional actor. What does the real person have to hide that he must use an actor to promote some nontransparent service?
Here’s the question you should ask yourself when you see something like this. What do you have to hide if you have such a great product? Why isn’t your service transparent? If you have to ask these questions then maybe you should just move on.
Only 12 Spots Left
I’ve noticed some of the services I reviewed like to use the spots available tactic. I see this all the time on the net as well, but these spots are always available.
I wrote a review about Pennies 4 Profits in October 2014, and I just looked at it today, and it still has available spots left.
In fact, when I just went in there on Sept 6, 2015, they have 16 spots left.
Of course, they will not place the year because people would catch on that these spots will always be available.
TAS and P4P are two different sites, my point here is to show you how some of these sites like to put these spots left tactic when there will always be availability.
What Are You Really Going To Be Doing?
It’s very important to find out what you will be doing to make this quick $880. I wouldn’t mind making that in a few hours, but we all know if it’s too good to be true, then it is.
I went to place an email to see what the heck people would be paying for.
Turns out this service lead me to Home Online Institute. This is a service you should be very careful about. I did a review on them and they changed their name to WAH EDU. It’s the exact same service.
Just so you know that if you don’t read the fine print, you have up to 10 days to cancel or you’re gonna have a monthly fee of $9.95.
All In All
I understand that lots of people want to make money online and from home. It’s big business and a new way to generate income.
It’s a shame that there are a lot of deceptions out there online. If you look at TAS, they make it seem possible. They don’t tell people exactly what people will be doing, only that people can make a quick buck.
When you come across any service asking for your money, it’s important to not just go by what the video says but to do your research. This will save you a lot of time and money.
It’s possible to make money online, but it’s not quick plus it takes time and work.
If you have any questions or comments about The Arbitrage Secret, let me know below, thanks!
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