Michael Crawford’s Quantum Ad Code Scam: DO NOT Hand Over Your Money

It appears to be Groundhog Day here at Work From Home Watchdog.

No, not in the sense that I am waiting for Punxsutawney Phil to emerge from his burrow in search of that shadow.

Oh no – I’m talking about an “I’ve been here before” situation, and for reasons that will soon become VERY clear.

That’s because today I will be reviewing Quantum Ad Code – a product that claims it will make you rich beyond your wildest dreams.

Let’s take a look and see if Quantum Ad Code will actually earn you any money, and why it’s giving me a serious case of the deja vu’s.

What Is Quantum Ad Code?

From the Quantum Ad Code website alone it’s not exactly easy to tell what you will be doing to earn an extra “$13,671.32 per day” online.

Well, if you don’t have much experience with websites like this then let me tell you that it’s intentionally vague and the suggested earnings are intentionally high.

The people behind Quantum Ad Code don’t want you to hesitate…they want you to drool over those earnings and hit the ‘Start Earning!’ button without delay.

And if you don’t, they want you to take the other option of watching a 27 minute video that will make you feel like you have no choice but to give this program a go.

After all…it’s 100% free to do so (apparently).

But Wait…Am I Going Crazy?

When I first visited the Quantum Ad Code website, I had to check through my previous reviews because I was convinced that I had reviewed this product before.

It turns out that I hadn’t, but I have previously reviewed a product that is incredibly similar.

Let’s look again at the Quantum Ad Code website:

And here’s the similar product that I have reviewed before:

Let me be crystal clear here because there are further twists and turns to come.

This review is about Quantum Ad Code.

The second image above is from a product that I have previously reviewed called Quantum Code.

Only one word difference, but remarkably we are dealing with 2 separate products released almost 2 years apart.

The exact same video is used on both websites. In fact, everything about the process of getting people to sign up for Quantum Ad Code is identical to that of the much older Quantum Code program.

So what we have here is the entrance process of a failed scam (Quantum Code) being used on the marginally different, and much newer Quantum Ad Code website.

To be honest, it stinks to think that someone would even attempt to do something as deceitful as this.

A Number Of Connections

In my opinion, the Quantum Code is just one of a number of products that appear to be very closely linked to the Quantum Ad Code.

My pursuit of trying to get to the bottom of exactly what’s going on here dates back a number of years and involves a few other products that I have reviewed, including:

Within those reviews you will notice that I continually speak of a worrying connection between all of them.

Later I will elaborate on what I think is going on. But for now I think it’s safe to say they are all very similar.

So Is Quantum Ad Code Any Different From Quantum Code?

Yes it is.

The Quantum Ad Code and Quantum Code websites and video might be identical but their end goals are very different.

A couple of years ago, when Quantum Code came out, it ultimately funnelled its visitors into something called trading binary options.

The Quantum Code was scamming people out of their hard earned cash. It was called out as a 100% scam across the Internet.

So Quantum Ad Code had to change it’s end goal direction, and it switched to something called “banner ads” or “banner code”.

This is a relatively new and unheard of way to make money online, but I first discovered it in my review of Simon Green’s Free Ad System.

Needless to say it was yet another scam with the sole purpose of tricking people out of their money.

There was absolutely no substance to the method or substantial earning claims, and once again it was widely reported as a total scam across the Internet.

So you might be able to see a pattern forming here.

A bunch of similar products have been released promising life-changing earnings. And they all seem to drive people to one of two scam methods.

This is more than curious.

So let’s clarify exactly what we know about Quantum Ad Code…

  • The website uses the same video as a 2 year old failed scam (Quantum Code).
  • The money-making method it recommends is the same as the one used on a more recent scam (Free Ad Cash System).
  • If you join, you will get pressured into investing a substantial amount of money in the banner ad/banner code system.
  • It won’t make you ANY money.
  • If you fall for it, you will lose a lot of money.

This is quiet clearly someone, or a group of people, continually re-inventing scam products as soon as they get rumbled by online reviewers.

The product names are all similar in some way. The videos are lengthy and similar in style. And they always give the main actors a “normal guy” sounding name.

There are also further signs of concern if you click the link to watch the Quantum Ad Code video on YouTube:

Video name: BannerCode
Publisher: OM OM
Category: Comedy

WOW! Comedy?

Checking out other videos by the same publisher, there are a further 28 videos for similar looking products.

I will definitely be checking these out :)

Quantum Ad Code Summary

It’s very difficult to review a product that is almost identical to another, but the facts and connections must be laid bare.

The Quantum Ad Code is one of a number of connected scam products, and you should not invest a single penny into the program.

Don’t even give them your email address because they will only hit you with even more scams.

Avoid the Quantum Ad Code at ALL costs.

Do you have any experience with the Quantum Ad Code? If so I would love to hear all about it in the comments section below.

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