According to Altair, you can get access to a trading software called $30K Income that can make you 30 thousand dollars in one month. He guarantees that if the software doesn’t succeed, he will pay you one thousand dollars from his pocket.
So, is this a genuine money-making opportunity?
$30K Income scam
The truth is that $30K Income is a scam, a recycled one. The original name was $30K – 30 Day Challenge and we proved it is a scam in our original review.
Scammers are lazy and they used the same video, they just changed to logo to 30K Income. See our picture for a proof.
Altair is a scammer, or more exactly a fictitious character created by scammers. This name is being used with all the versions of the $30K Income scam, we’ve seen it also in the 30K in 30 Days scam.
Check our picture and you will see that the alleged picture of Altair is in fact a stock photo.
On our picture you will see that scammers used stock photos to portray the fictitious users.
How it really works
$30K Income works the same way as all its predecessors. This means that when you sign up, you will be pushed to deposit money with a selected unregulated broker.
The reason is that people who run this scam are paid by this broker for referring new depositors. If you deposit and trade with 30K Income, you will lose your money. That’s how it always ends.
$30K Income is an old scam with a new name. Stay away from it if you don’t want to lose your money!
It is possible to make money in trading, but it takes learning, time and building a profitable strategy. You can try it on a free demo with a regulated broker.
Don’t believe any free systems that beg you to join them, they all are scams.