Another day and another product that promises very high earnings in a short space of time.
But yet again I feel like I have seen very similar claims being made by a separate product that appears to be almost identical?
Let me explain, and please bear with me…
A couple of weeks ago I reviewed a product called “Quantum Code”. It was widely reported to be a product that tricked people into trading binary options. I wanted to make sure my visitors were aware of the tactics it was using.
Here’s a screenshot of the video on the Quantum Code website:
Before I go any further, I ask that you please take a look at my review of The Quantum Code. Trust me…you will soon realize why it’s important.
Click here to read my review of Quantum Code (opens in a new window)
It doesn’t matter if you found this post by searching for The Orion Code, Quantum Code or you were just browsing my website and happened upon this post.
You are about to discover an incredible “connection” that I stumbled upon – almost by accident.
THE ORION CODE AND WHY THIS CONNECTION MATTERS
When I joined the Quantum Code to create this review on October 4th, I was surprised that I didn’t receive any follow up emails.
Then today, I received 8 emails in one hit from the Quantum Code team.
They all stated that I had $15,000 waiting and to collect the payment I had to watch a webinar.
Obviously intrigued, I followed the link to the webinar.
Here’s where it sent me…
Now I’m sure you will agree…this looks almost identical to the Quantum Code video above. Even the dialogue is the same!
I’m not going to drag this out or complicate things further. The Orion Code is an exact copy of the Quantum Code.
The emails are not sending me to a webinar to collect my $15,000…they are sending me to a recreated version of the original program.
THE ORION CODE IN A NUTSHELL
This review could well be one of the easiest that I have ever written.
There’s no need for me to explain the Orion Code process because it’s exactly the same as the Quantum Code process. Here’s what both products try to do…
- Make you think you will earn $100,000’s without spending any of your own money.
- Attempt to convince you that you do not need experience to make it work.
- Make you think there are only 20 spots available.
- Only to tell you there are only 2 spots available.
- Once you submit your details to try it for free, you are told to invest a minimum of $250 to the preferred binary trading broker.
Just to prove the similarities, let me show you a few screenshots from the Orion Code video. Here’s Edward Robinson taking a private jet to the Orion Code headquarters:
And here’s Michael Crawford taking a private jet to the Quantum Code Headquarters. Note that the script is identical.
Isn’t that uncanny? At least Edward has more headroom than Michael had :-)
Next up I discovered an error of epic proportions…
Antony, (Sergay’s equivalent from the Quantum Code), describes the technology behind the Orion Code. He calls it…“NQS”.
He goes on to explain what “NQS” stands for…
Shouldn’t that be…“Near Quantum Speed”?
Moving forward through the video there are even more similarities. If you’ve read my review of Quantum Code, you will also know that Michael contacted 3 beta tester users to check on their progress.
It turns out those same 3 people, Robert, Mark and Cindy, ALSO tried the Orion Code!
And just like last time, it would appear that Cindy from South Africa is too busy spending her earnings to take a call from Edward and the Orion Code team.
The Orion Code video follows the exact same path as the Quantum Code. Eventually you are asked to hand over your contact details and claim one of the 20 spots available.
When you do, you are taken to a page where Edward is waiting with some really important news.
This all seems more than familiar. What was it that happened at the exact same stage with the Quantum Code?
Yes, it’s identical.
Edward shares the exact same good/bad news that Michael shared in the Quantum Code video. The system is working 3 times more powerful than expected, and there are now only 2 spots available.
You are then asked to hand your details over once again, including your phone number. Edward then provides another video where he shows you how to activate your account.
And there we go. After using pressure tactics throughout the video and insisting that you don’t have to pay a dime, Edward now reveals that you cannot use the Orion Code system unless you pay at least $250.
THE REALITY OF THE ORION CODE
You don’t need me to tell you that the Orion Code is a complete replica of the Quantum Code.
The process is exactly the same, using different actors, same script and a re-shoot of the original video.
Someone clearly re-invented this product…but why?
What follows is purely my opinion, but I think it will go a long way to explaining what’s going on here.
First of all, the Quantum Code website started in June 2016. Using one of my research tools, I have spotted what might have been a problem with the Quantum Code website:
In the last month, the average amount of time a visitor spends on the Quantum Code website is just 4 seconds.
This is fantastic news! It means that nearly everyone visiting the website is leaving quickly and not seeing the video through to the end and handing over money they can’t afford to lose.
I would imagine this created something of a problem for the Quantum Code team.
They bankrolled a Hollywood-style video to convince people to hand over their cash, but it looks like it didn’t work.
Why didn’t it work?
I’m guessing that is was due to the standard of acting in the video.
I believe the creators had no choice but to re-shoot it with different actors and perhaps a more convincing lead man. The actor playing Edward Robinson in the Orion Code video certainly appears to be more relaxed in his role.
To make this work they would also have to re-launch the program under a different name.
Using my research tools to analyze the Orion Code website, I get some interesting data on the effectiveness of their efforts:
The Orion Code website launched in August of this year, and the average visitor stay is now at over 24 minutes.
That’s a win for the people behind the product, and bad news for people who end up on their website.
Further investigation of the website reveals that it is hosted in the Netherlands. This isn’t hugely important, but it does suggest that it is being run from Europe.
HERE’S WHAT ALL THIS MEANS
I think it’s fair to say the Orion Code and the Quantum Code have been created by the same person or people.
Both programs are designed to get you to pay a minimum of $250, even though you are told it is completely free.
The creator(s) reacted very quickly when the initial Quantum Code version didn’t work. They shot a brand new video and renamed the product.
My advice would be to not give any money or your details to either the Orion Code or Quantum Code websites.
MY ORION CODE SUMMARY
There’s no getting away from the fact that online scams are very real. It truly saddens me that some people will go to such lengths to make you hand over your money.
This review is unfortunately just one example of what happens online every single day.
People do fall for scams…often because they are in desperate need of some extra cash.
Stay safe online. If you are EVER in doubt about an opportunity to make money online, check my tips on how to avoid scams online or even send me an email and I will look into it for you.
I will sign off by stating the obvious one more time…
Keep your money safely in your pocket. The Orion Code will not make you rich…it’s only likely to make you poorer.
Marcus – WFHW