Beware of Tai Lopez Scam - He is Making Millions Selling People Worthless Advice
March 4, 2017
Tai Lopez is a complete and total fraud taking advantage or hustling online users who are desperately searching for ways to make money online. Tai Lopez is using get-rich-quick schemes or marketing scams that are popular on the internet to trick online users into buying his books or videos.
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If Tai Lopez is so successful, why would he need to hustle on YouTube when he claims to be a "billionaire"? If so, why chase petty cash on YouTube? This is because this intelligent man is a fraudster who knows how to make millions tricking people into believing in his get-rich-quick schemes. Remember, scams like the one Tai Lopez is using, are only created to make millions of dollars from gullible online users who want to get rich like everyone else, not to make them rich.
Like other online scammers, Tai Lopez make his money on worthless videos and books, by convincing people to buy them by grabbing their attentions with rented luxury cars (Lamborghini), homes and jet, which they claim they own. They also pay actors or models to appear in their videos. This type of marketing gives his potential victims the illusion that they could be like him if they buy his books and videos, which do not have much value, and learn his secret. But, Tai Lopez doesn’t sell his books and videos to help make online users rich, he does it to make himself rich by playing on their greed or desperation.
Tai Lopez can now brag about the millions he has made from gullible online users, and now claim his scheme is not a scam. But, have you heard of anyone who has successfully made millions from reading his books or watching his videos?
Online users, the only people who get rich from this type of marketing scam is the scammers that millions of you pay for worthless advice, which claim that you can get rich like them making millions of dollars. Tai Lopez is not the first, and won’t be the last, to make millions of dollars from people, selling them worthless advice, or advice that they can get for free online.
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