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Before watching the video for Steal My System, they promised to reveal a secret to getting $3000 before the video ends. After watching the video I still haven’t learned any real secrets to getting $3000.
Is Steal My System a money making machine that you must have or a shameless sham?
To see what I uncovered and what I think about this program, the following review should put you up to speed especially if you’re thinking about joining.
And don’t forget to read my August 2016 update at the bottom of the article.
What’s this Steal My System About?
I first learned about Steal My System right around the time I learned about Travis Stephenson’s Vibrant Money System.
Like Vibrant, I had gotten an email from the people behind 12 Minute Payday so I assume that this product is either owned by Travis Stephenson or Steven James and Justin James who created the latter program.
The narrator called himself Steven or “Millionaire Steven” so I’m guessing that Steal My System was probably created by Steven James.
From the typical marketing hype created in the video for Steal My System, it appears to be one of those push button systems that you only need to set up one time and then it just churns out money.
Reality check: These types of systems DO NOT work at all. Actually they don’t exist.
If anyone tells you that their system works like this then it’s a definite lie and you’re dealing with a scam. This should be all you need to be convince that Steal My System won’t work for you but I’ll go on because there’s more to it.
There is always some type of work involved and the truth is when you do realize what this is and you get your hands on it, there is a lot of work to be done.
The Red Flags of the Steal My System Video
Apart from the big red flag of the push button system, there are lots of other red flags that alert you to the scam that is Steal My System.
Their loopy hook, the promise of a $3000 secret before the end of the video, is never revealed. This is just something to keep you watching until the end.
Most of the video never really tells you what is involved in this secret system but instead tries to get the viewer interested by selling the dream and the lifestyle with yachts, mansions and exotic cars as well as fake earnings and bank account screenshots.
This is typical of many scams because it appeals more to people. We all want things to be easy and effortless but we still need to recognize when something is not reality and a push button system to making money online is one such example.
The scarcity factor is yet another red flag. 37 free spots left. This is not true because I’ve been seeing this video since maybe at least 5 months back. The real system is also more than 2 years old and has thousands of users. There is no secret and no limitations in terms of the number of signups.
Finally, the “beta testers” found in the video are all Fiverr sellers who are being paid a measly $5 for fake testimonials. They haven’t used this system to make money. If the system is so successful, why not ask real users for testimonials?
If the “beta testers” here are to be believed, then the guy pictured here is already a millionaire from using the bunches of other programs that he has done testimonials for. He has no need to be selling testimonials online for $5 and should have stopped using other systems right after the first one he used successfully.
One beta tester, the girl in the video claims to have made $5000 in a month and boldly states that she “did zero work for it”.
The narrator says that the results are not typical (which is believable). He should have stopped there but he goes on to say that the results are guaranteed. Nothing is guaranteed when it comes to making money online. There are many factors that will determine how well or how poorly you do.
The Story is Bogus
The story about how Steven got his hands on this system is one of those truly bogus and ridiculous sob stories that try to tug at people’s emotions to get a sale.
This manipulative technique somehow always works because the end result (how the story turns out) is highly relatable to a lot of people’s situations.
The sob story outlines that his father was on his death bed in the hospital dying from cancer. His father handed him the secret and he went home and tried it.
Here’s the ridiculous, too good to be true part.
Steven activated the system, let it run in the background and without doing anything else, he went out. When he returned he was rich.
Now he claims that he makes about $7000 daily and has so far made over $2 million with this system. If it were this easy to make money online, don’t you think that everyone would be doing it?
The real reason why this story is bogus though is the fact that after you get to the signup page you’re referred to a completely different system, which I mentioned before is more than 2 years old, that has nothing to do with the system supposedly created by Steven’s father.
The Real System Revealed
Initially, when I researched and wrote the draft for this review of Steal My System, there was no $9.95 price point. They simply had an email capture form and you could get the system for “free”.
What they actually did was refer the user to a 2 year old system called the Power Lead System which wasn’t free at all. I myself wouldn’t recommend this Power Lead System since it appeared to be quite similar to Empower Network.
This is why I thought that the story was confusing because they weren’t selling the system created by Steven’s father.
Presently, they’re referring you to yet another system, which makes Steal My System even more confusing because this one system could not possible be two completely different systems.
The system they’re referring you to is Vibrant Money System which I reviewed a while back and as users have confirmed, there are all sorts of problem with this program.
- forced continuity charges
- high pressure phone sales
- poor product (website with nonsensical content)
- additional investment (you need to pay for a website that you have no control over)
- support is hard to reach
- trouble getting refund/stopping payments
These are some of the problems persons run into when they tried Vibrant Money System and therefore I cannot recommend it as an option for learning how to make money online.
With Steal My System, you never see the Vibrant Money System sales page, you are just sent to the order page to start your free trial of $9.95.
This confirms my speculation that the product is somehow related and is possibly owned or created by Travis Stephenson. It could also have been created by Steven James who is possibly using this as an affiliate promotion for Vibrant Money System.
However it goes, it’s clear that scammers rarely recommend legitimate products and this is just another example of a system that you should stay away from.
You can read my full review of Vibrant Money System here and check out some of the comments from real users of the system.
August 2016 Update:
I noticed that my Steal My System review was getting really popular as one of the most visited reviews on my site and decided to check out the sales page again.
It looks like they’ve changed to yet another “system”, again proving that the story in the video is bogus. How can three completely different systems be the one they’re referring to in the video?
This time around they’re promoting a scam called Facebook Cash Code, which has all types of problems with it just like readers reported on Vibrant Money System.
Again, Secret Money System and Steven are not to be trusted. Please stay far away and let me know in the comments below what you think about Secret Money System and Facebook Cash Code if you’ve come across it.