Free Money Guaranteed Software Review
Free Money Guaranteed is an automated trading algorithm supposedly developed by Robert Anderson, who is also the main actor in the promotional video. Kindly take note of the word actor as used here as we will refer to it later on. Now, that Free Money Guaranteed is an auto trader is not news. What captured our attention was the claims made by the site. True to the software’s name, Robert Anderson guarantees every trader registered on the site a refund of $100k if they don’t earn $525,000 in profits within 30 days of signing up. Frankly speaking, we have seen, and heard, a lot of claims by software developers and even brokers over the years, most of them ridiculous and straight up unrealistic. However, these claims by Free Money Guaranteed are the most ridiculous we have ever heard. I mean, $500k in 30 days? Unbelievable. Impossible even. And the part where one gets $100k free money in their bank account if the promise is unfulfilled is simply a big fat lie. Robert Anderson and his cronies, including the bimbo who appears in the video with him, are looking for money, there’s no way they can give such huge cash backs no matter what.
Before we delve further into why the said claims are untrue, we need to methodically deconstruct the software and its owner, piece by piece.
Just like many other similar sites, the people behind Free Money Guaranteed rely on a scripted sales video to sale their product. Never mind that the entire production is very lame and very cheap. For one, the so called founder, Mr. Anderson, appears in a high end luxury car, presumably a Rolls Royce in the company of a blonde lady who he “invites” to a holiday. As a side note, the man seats at the back left, with a chauffeur driving him and his lady partner around – the story book description of the lifestyle of a person who earns half a million bucks in a month. And to be honest, the said lady partner doesn’t look intelligent at all, and we have reason to believe that she’s a call girl. Moving on, we are supposed to believe that the software will enable us to lead similar lifestyles by adding $500k to our accounts every month. Never mind that most of us watched the whole thing with our faces scrunched up in disgust and bewilderment at the mediocre script and painfully bad choice of actors.
In the midst of all the allegations, our hawk eyed team was able to establish that the luxury car that Bobby Anderson poses with in the video is not his but belongs to a car rental company by the name mcarcompany. If you look closely enough when the camera pans to the back of the car, you will notice that there is no license plate number and at the bottom of the plate written in upper case letters is the name mcarcompany. For a person who alleges to earn several million dollars in a few months, it is such a shame that Mr. Anderson had to rent a car (probably at a low price) to appear on his site’s primary video.
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