DANGEROUS SCAM: Banner Code review

Banner Code review

Be sure to read this review before potentially putting any money into the Banner Code program. It is presented by Greg Allen.

Banner Code promises a passive income thanks to online advertising. You are supposed to buy banners that will generate you $5,000 per day.

Can you make $150,000 that easily in a passive way?

Banner Code scam

The truth is that Banner Code is just one of many scams that are hiding behind online advertising. The proposition of this system doesn’t make any sense.

You have to have a website that has visitors, then you can sell advertising space to companies. That’s how advertising works. You cannot buy banners from somebody else and make money with them, it is a total nonsense.

Greg Allen is a scammer

Greg Allen is a scammerTo prove that Banner Code is a scam we show you the picture on the right. As you can clearly see, the alleged picture of the founder of this system Greg Allen is in fact a stock photo.

This is a typical feature of a scam, stock photos used to portray creators and/or satisfied customers. Speaking of customers…

Testimonials are fake

Banner Code testimonialsBanner Code’s website also shows a lot of testimonials. People are allegedly making tens of thousands of dollars with this system, but it is not true.

All the testimonials are fake, made with stolen photos of people who have no idea that their identity is being abused this way.

How it works

Banner Code is a simple scam, they will give you access to a dashboard that you are supposed to use to buy banners.

If you buy them, they won’t generate you a single cent and you will lose your entire investment.


Banner Code is total scam, the concept is a nonsense made to steal your money. Stay away from it!

If you want to make money online, you can try financial trading, starting on a free demo account.

But understand that in trading you can make, but also lose money, so don’t trade with real money unless you have a good strategy and know what you are doing.


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7 thoughts on “DANGEROUS SCAM: Banner Code review

  1. Just because an Internet Marketer uses stock photos and fake reviews doesn’t mean it’s a scam. We all know there is no honesty on the Internet and if you base your purchases on website claims, you are a fool. If you call it a scam, prove it. When did you sign up for the program? How much did you spend? How much did you lose? What was the problem with the program? I too think you are just trying to siphon prospects so I don’t trust you.

    1. You don’t have to trust us, you can go and spend money on this scam to see for yourself and learn the hard way. For us it doesn’t change anything if you trust our review or not.

  2. I just come across and straight away I taught about scam, the actors are not real they are paid. Just doing quick search found your review, even if you had tried before at the least is good to know someone had check before saying anything.

  3. Thank you John, your effort to explain how it works is highly appreciated.
    I thought about it is a scam, too easy to be true.
    Thank you very much again.

  4. I’m not involved with Banner Code; I just stumbled upon your review and find it highly suspect. You come off like a former, disgruntled partner or associate of Greg Allen or someone who wants to siphon away prospects from Banner Code for competitive reasons.

    Otherwise, why would you care one way or the other who scams who? Otherwise, you’d seemingly be too busy with your own program to occupy yourself heckling Greg Allen. Right? Or no?

    I’d be tempted to sign up with Banner Code just to see why you’ve taken up the gauntlet to ‘protect’ us all from it. My personal opinion is, you’re trying earnestly to siphon prospects. An old, old and shameless technique if that, in fact, is your m.o.

    Cheers from Detroit as you go about your unimaginative heckling.

    Jay B.

    1. “…why would you care one way or the other who scams who? “
      Maybe because he’s a decent human being?

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