Robertson claims that he turned $20 into $51,634 this year. This means 258,100%.
And for just $7 he will tell you which cryptocurrencies to trade, so that you make as much money as him. Really?
Robertson (probably a fake name) with his Crypto Success Club is what we call a hindsight crypto guru. These people show you historical charts and say how much you would have made if you invested in crypto back then. Anybody can do that.
But to call the right shots now is a different task. Now think of this: Robertson claims that he bought a Lambo thanks to his crypto trading, that he can make 258,100% returns in half a year, yet he sells his secrets for $7 and promote it with marketing campaigns.
Does it make any sense? Of course it doesn’t. Anybody claiming they made 258,100% in the first 8 months of 2018 in crypto is extremely probably a scammer.
Illegal investment advice
And the usual quick note, if Robertson want to tell you what cryptocurrencies trades to make, he needs to be a licensed investment advisor.
Which he obviously is not, since it is an anonymous guy who does not even provide any real contact information.
We recommend staying away from Crypto Success Club, because Robertson’s claims are unreal and he is not authorized to sell his services to the general public.
Forget about becoming a millionaire thanks to a $7 advice. To make money in crypto you need to do your own research and build your own strategy. You can start practicing trading on a free demo.
Don’t forget that in trading you can make, but also lose money, so be responsible.