Cook says that his AZ Formula is a one-click affiliate system that can make you $2,000 per day. To achieve this income, you allegedly don’t have to devote much time to it.
The AZ Formula costs $47. So, can you be earning $40,000+ per month just for $47?
AZ Formula scam
Usually we review investment scams, but this time we’ll make an exception, because AZ Formula is such an obvious scam, although it is not about investing or trading. Check our proofs.
Steven Cook scammer
First of all, the alleged creator of AZ Formula Steven Cook is obviously a fictitious character. Whoever runs this scam made up this character just for the purpose of the fictitious story told in the video.
Look at our picture and you will see that Cook’s picture is in fact a stock photo that anybody can buy.
In reality these people are paid actors that anybody can hire for a few bucks. Check our picture to see the proof. This is not the first time we see this woman supporting a scam.
How it really works
We won’t throw $47 out of the window by buying the AZ Formula to see what crap it is. But our best guess is that the product will be about creating some affiliate accounts and reselling stuff.
Affiliate marketing is something that can earn you money, but it is not easy, you have to get visitors to your website(s), which takes time and devotion. There certainly is not a one-click solution that can start making you money within a few hours or days.
Also, use common sense. A system that makes $40,000 per month is sold for $47. It doesn’t make any sense, does it?
Cook (or whatever his real name is) will make money by selling his crappy product to people. Everybody will see that it is not working, but only some will ask for a refund, the rest will be Cook’s earnings. That’s how it works.
AZ Formula is a scam, see the proofs in this review. It will only take your money, stay away from it!
If you are here because you are interested in making money in trading, try a free demo with a regulated broker.
But remember that trading is risky, so be careful if you later decide to trade with real money.