The Midas Legacy Scam – Avoid Completely
When searching the internet for business opportunities, please steer clear of this new ripoff being peddled – The Midas Legacy Scam.
Several months ago I received a letter from a fellow by the name of Jim Sampson (I Understand he Now goes by the name of Jim Samson). The headline said “Learn the Midas Legacy Bank Codes and skim money off of Rich Jerk’s Bank Accounts”
Jim’s letter went on to proclaim that “My Robin Hood Secret Bank Codes legally allows me to take $1,183 a week from Rick Jerk’s bank accounts”
The course involved ordering 10 lessons each at $29 a lesson – which comes out to be $290 – It was structured to give you a little information each month and tempt you to buy the next lesson …. after 2 lessons this was becoming a big joke!
Here are the true facts about Jim and his Midas Legacy Scam
There is no such thing as “secret bank codes” What Jim is referring to are actually affiliate marketing links for someone to use after becoming an affiliate with a vendor selling digital products for “ClickBank”
ClickBank is a legitimate marketplace of vendors and affiliates. Thousands of digital products are available for sell through clickbank. As a matter of fact, anyone can become an affiliate for one of Clickbank vendors.
Finally … these so-called Rich Jerks are actually vendors of ClickBank . You are actually promoting their products as an affiliate using affiliate links (which Jim call his “secret bank codes”). You are NOT secretly skimming money off of their bank accounts.
There’s No Such Thing as Secret Bank Codes
Jim and his Midas Legacy are basically using internet affiliate marketing training as a promotion for some sort of Secret Bank Codes. Please be advised that there is no such thing as skimming money off of rich jerk’s bank accounts.
There are so many internet marketing courses being offered. Our mission is to weed out the bad ones, as well as recommend courses that are legit and honest. Please avoid this Midas Legacy Scam.