PennyStockMillionaire.net is a website run by John Bell, promoting his Hack the Stock Market program, which he promises has the ability to consistently make anyone money in the market.
Bell’s program revolves around the buying and selling of penny stocks, a particular type of stock that is valued under $5.00, and sometimes even valued under $1.00. The strategy that he outline in his Hack The Stock Market report is all about identifying stocks whose prices are dropping, buying them when they are low, and then simply waiting for them to rise in value.
In addition, Bell says that his strategy is so easy, you can read his 62 page report in two hours, and make money with your investments that same day. To keep making your profits, Bell claims that with only takes about an hour or so a week to research stocks, you can consistently be making money.
The Hack The Stock Market report is offered at PennyStockMillionaire.net for a 31 day trial period which will only cost you $4.95. If you decide to continue with the program and do not cancel your membership, you will be charged $124.05, for a grand total of $129.00.
So What’s the Deal with Penny Stock Millionaire?
Well, I haven’t purchased or read Bell’s Hack The Stock Market report, but I can tell already that many of the promises he makes are worth questioning.
In the first place, when someone claims that not only is it unbelievably easy to make money with the program they are selling you, but you can also begin making money immediately, you should question what they’re saying. Bell is literally saying that after taking only two hours to read and understand his program and only one hour each week to research stocks, you will be making $120,000 a year. That is literally unbelievable.
Next, customer reports conflict with Bell’s claims that his report is easy to understand and simple to use right away. Many customers have said that the report is filled with minute details and is complicated. This includes customers who give Bell positive reviews – even they confirmed that this program is much harder to use than Bell says.
And finally, while the first charge of $4.95 is processed through Clickbank, who offers reliable 60 day money back guarantees, the second automatic charge of $124.05 is not necessarily processed the same way. Also, there is no clearly stated refund policy regarding the second charge of $124.05, which generally means that the $124.05 will not be refunded.
Because of this, you should be particularly careful about canceling and requesting a refund within the trial period if you decide this program isn’t for you, or you may lose your money.