Greed Machine Loophole Review Streetwise Publications

Created by Anthony Davis and sold through Streetwise Publications, Greed Machine Loophole is a product that claims to show how to exploit a loophole to get free money from companies.

What is the product?

Greed Machine Loophole is advertised as a method to unethically but legally steal money from the same big companies that have so often got one over on the little guy according to Anthony Davis. In fact there is a lot of talk about this kind of set up and how large companies are robbing you blind while they make more money than ever before. This certainly makes for interesting reading but it does not make a product. Anthony Davis then goes on to claim that Greed Machine Loophole is like a bank of safety deposit boxes that are all set to open at certain times or dates during which you can raid them for cash. Naturally this doesn’t allow you to actually gain any insight into how Greed Machine Loophole really works. Of course there are further metaphors with Anthony Davis comparing Greed Machine Loophole to companies giving out money to certain customers for free. However the fact is that this exercise in analogical description seems to have much more in common with a copy writer with an over active imagination than anything that I would define as real.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

Streetwise Publications have released Greed Machine Loophole on a modular basis with each module being released one month after the next. The cost of Greed Machine Loophole is £27 per month with the course lasting for 10 months. There is a money back guarantee in place however this is rather convoluted. Essentially even though your first month is advertised as free you pay a “reservation cost” of £27 which you can claim back if you don’t like what Greed Machine Loophole has to offer. In terms of the income potential there is only really the claim by Anthony Davis that you can expect to make £50 – £500 in a matter of minutes but with no proof whatsoever of this I remain sceptical.

Does the product provide value for money?

At a cost of £270 over the course of 10 months and nothing substantial about what Greed Machine Loophole involves mentioned on the sales page I don’t see how it does represent value for money.

Conclusion

Evidence is key with any product and the fact is that Streetwise Publication and Anthony Davis seem to massively overlook this aspect instead relying on their rather fanciful story to sell units. The thing about Greed Machine Loophole s that it actually puts me in mind of a similar product that Sportsworld Publication launched getting free money from the government. This was actually based around trading on oil prices with the only “government” involvement being a report that was published on price changes. This leads me to strongly suspect that Greed Machine Loophole will be very similar to that product. Really though, Greed Machine Loophole displays all the hallmarks of a product that I would personally look to avoid. There is no evidence and the whole sales pitch is woven with lazy copywriting which is generally not the hallmark of a great product.

 
 

 

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