From Hitesh Juneja
As has been the case for the past 2 years, a lot of ‘creatures’ out there are going to contact DSD members trying to pitch them on something to do with Options.
The Official DSD Options Domination system has NOT launched yet, and when we do, you will get plenty of emails and notice about it (it’s very close, but we’ve purposely kept the date non-public for now).
When DSD started gaining popularity (which was about 3 minutes after we launched in August 2013), a ton of copy-cats popped up offering eBay training, and then even Cashback scams (that asked you to pay $1k+ for the ‘privilege’ of buying more from them.
Like always, we put out warnings about all of these. If you didn’t hear Roger Langille, Kevin Hokoana, or me talking in the videos, you knew not to trust them.
Now the same is happening with Options Domination – people will contact you to try and get you to send them money for some ‘secret options stuff’ that is somehow related to us. Or they’ll tell you to sign up with some brokers in ‘preparation’ (they’re just doing this for commissions from the broker). If it is not officially from us, you’re wasting your time, risking your money, and getting duped.
Of course, you’re welcome to trade and do whatever you want yourself. Just if people approach you claiming they are associated with DSD or Options Domination, just walk away – they’re misleading you. If you want to work with others or learn about trading yourself – that’s totally fine, but if you are specifically being targeted as a DSD member, ignore them.
Thank you Hitesh for the advice.
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