HackTheStockMarket.com is a website run by John Bell, promoting a program that he promises will consistently make you money in the stock market.
Bell claims he created a strategy that helped him consistently make money with the stock market “overnight.” In addition, Bell says that you can read his 62 page Hack The Stock Market report in 2 hours and make profitable investments that same day.
Bell claims his strategy will help you to identify stocks whose prices are dropping, buy them when they are low, and then wait a short period for them to climb in value. Bell says that with only an hour or so a week spent researching various stocks while watching TV, you too can be making money.
The Hack The Stock Market report costs $129.00 dollars, but you will only be initially charged $4.95 for a 31 day trial period. If you do not cancel your order before then, you will be charged the remaining $124.05.
Though I have not purchased the Hack The Stock Market report, there are a lot of claims made by John Bell which make me uncomfortable.
First of all, it’s never good when someone acts as though it’s not only incredibly easy to make money with their program, but that it will take you almost no time at all to make that money. 2 hours to read and 1 hour research a week to be making $120,000 a year from the stock market like Bell claims is outrageously hard to believe.
Second, though Bell works very hard to make it seem like his report is easy to understand and able to use right away, customers report that it is complicated and incredibly detail oriented. Even customers who give Bell’s program good reviews admit that it is much harder than Bell says it is.
Finally, though the initial $4.95 is charged through Clickbank, which offers a 60 day no questions asked money back guarantee, there is no explanation of how the second charge of $124.05 is handled. In addition, Bell never mentions any refund policy in relation to that $124.05, which leads me to believe that it is not eligible for refund. This means that you should be very careful about canceling and requesting a refund within your trial period, or you might lose your money.