Quantum Income Machine Review – Another Scam?

Today’s review is going to be on a new program called Quantum Income Machine. What is Quantum Income Machine? Is it a scam? Or legitimate opportunity for you to invest your money in? These are some of the questions that this review will be focused on.

OK, here we go…

Name: Quantum Income MachineQuantum-Income-Machine-Review

Website: http://quantumincomemachine.com/

Owner: “Julia Burke”

Price: Free, but minimum $250 investment

Rating: 1/5

Who is it for: People who like trading and taking risks



Ok, this is kinda funny and awkward at the same time. Have you ever heard or seen someone introduce themselves by saying that he or she is not an actor? Well, I haven’t until today. I was watching the Quantum Income Machine presentation video and the lady in the video who calls herself as “Julia Burke” came out of the car and said something like, “I’m a real person… and I am not an actress”.

Okay… did anybody actually ask her whether she is an actress? Nope! Then you might be wondering why on earth did she mention that. It’s simple, she wanted everyone to understand that she is the “real deal” and  take everything she says seriously. Unfortunately, she just outsmarted herself if you ask me. Julia Burke tried to hide that she is just another actor by saying she is not an actress but she didn’t know that she is indirectly claiming herself as an actor.

I know this is getting kinda confusing, but yes, even if she didn’t mention about herself as not an actor, I can still strongly guarantee you that she is one. I’ve seen hundreds of videos like this, and every single one of them turn out to be scams so I don’t really why is this any different from the rest.


What is Quantum Income Machine about?

Quantum Income Machine is actually a binary options trading software. Basically, they claim that this software will help you pull in big bucks with just a few clicks of your mouse. If you are someone who is totally new to this online binary trading thingy, you might be really interested in this.

However, don’t blindly listen to everything in the video and invest your money into this program because you are going to regret it once you find out the real truth.

So what’s the real truth?


Everything around this software is just HYPE. The students you see are just another bunch of actors paid to give fake testimonials. And the story she told about how she got her hands on the software is just pure bullshit.

So this is what is going to happen once you made the deposit. You will get a software that is going to eventually help you lose your money. It doesn’t have a sure win rate, only a sure miss rate. Over time, you will see your deposit slowly trickling down until it reaches ZERO.

The only three group of people making money is the owner(not Julia Burke), affiliates(people promoting this program) and broker company. Each of these groups will get a good commission when you deposit the funds, majority of them will go to the owner himself.

There are lots of red flags on the website and video presentation that clearly point out that Quantum Income Machine is a scam.

We will look at them right below…


Red Flags

(1) Fake Screenshot


Honestly, I can’t believe that these people spent so much time shooting the video, coming up will all sort of B.S. to say but leave out small hints indicating that everything on their website is a lie. I have highlighted the date of the screenshot, you can see it shows 25 November 2013.

I did some small check on Whois and I actually found out that this domain was only registered on the 16th of December 2015. So it made me wonder, how did she make that money if the website wasn’t even found yet. Obviously, you can see that, they took the image from somewhere else and edited it.

I also want you to compare the entire image with the “name” and “balance” on the top. Can you see that the text looks more white, fresh and clear compared to the rest? It’s a clear indication that it has been photoshopped.

(2) Seems similar to another binary option software

A few months back I did a review on quick cash system which is also a binary options trading program. While watching this video presentation and their overall website I got glimpses of similarity between both of these sites. I wouldn’t rule out the option of both this sites were created by the same owner.


Basically, they try to use a HOT woman and try to entice people into believing. Looks like this is the new trend. Get Woman Actors… because the conversion rate for man actors are much lower. Anyway, so the way the video is approached is very similar. She also has two kids, and they will be sitting at the dinning table and then she will go get something for them to drink/eat.

(3) Matching Bonus up to $1000

Basically, what the matching bonus up to $1000 means it, if you deposit $1000, you will get a free $1000 as a bonus. Is it true? Hell NO! Don’t believe it. It’s just a marketing trick to make you deposit more money so that they can scam more money than you. No way are they doing to give everything free $1000.

Think about it, if it’s really free, everyone will deposit $1000 and immediately withdraw out $2,000. So it definitely can’t be/ and will not be true.

(4) Fake Counter


When you first enter their website, you will notice the “spots available” at 7 but as you watch the video and stay on their website, you will notice those numbers slowly going down until it reaches a point of 2 spots left.

Don’t get fooled by this because these are inaccurate and not in real-time. Just refresh the entire page and the numbers will reset back to 7.

The whole purpose of this fake counter is to induce urgency in you. Try to make you think that you have to quickly sign up or you will lose the once in a lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, this is not the opportunity you want to take. You are going to end up losing money instead of making even a dime.

(5) Talking lustful

Can’t believe this, but Julia Burke has taken acting and promoting to a whole new level. Did you notice the way she speaks sometime? Lustful, if you ask me. Trying to get attention from the male viewers… what an unethical move! Close to the end of the video, she asks everyone to enter your email address and click the button to go to the next page.

She even went on to the extent to say that, I will be wearing something different to freshen things up. Most men, after hearing that will blindly follow and enter their email address just to see what she’s wearing.

Dirty marketing tricks. And she calls herself a woman that is a millionaire. I don’t think women that rich will behave as low and cheaply as here. Rich women always have a pride, not like here, nothing but a bullshit actress.

(6) Entices you with exotic cars and expensive house

Anybody got excited about knowing more about the program after she mentioned about her 5 million dollar home and an exotic car she drives.

I know I got excited but that’s about it. I won’t go any further any actually deposit any money because I have already fallen for a similar binary options scam in the past. This is another marketing tactic to try lure people by given fake hopes that you too can see similar success if you try out the program.

What you didn’t know is, the house and car are probably rented. Just because she say she owns it doesn’t mean she did. What made me frustrated is that she said she fully paid $5 million for the house in one go.

We didn’t ask her for that details. All we wanted to know is more about the program… then why on earth did she mention all these unnecessary things. Simple, to ATTRACT you!


My Final thoughts.

This program has way too many red-flags, I’m probably not going to waste any more time going into details on every single one of them because I don’t see a purpose for it. I believe the above I mentioned is already sufficient enough to prove that Quantum Income Machine is a SCAM.

Let me give you a tip to succeed online, stop searching for shiny objects or quick get rich schemes. Basically, the person behind this programs is making use of people who have the intention to get rich to fill their own pockets.

Just like in the corporate world, you get what you work for. Nobody pays you money for not doing anything.

I have been involved in making money online for just over a year. I have worked hard on this program and built myself a consistent monthly income. I am not going to promise you that you will make money today, tomorrow or within a week. But if you are willing to put in the effort and give yourself enough time, I can guarantee that you will succeed because I am a living example.

If you are interested to find out more about the program, check out the following:



Ok. I have come to the end of my review on Quantum Income Machine. I do hope you have a better understanding of what this program is all about and whether is it the best decision for you in going forward. If you have tried the program, please share with us your personal experience. Also, if you got any questions, do leave them down below in the comment section. I will be more than happy to help you out.

Thank you for reading.

And I wish you success in whatever you do 🙂



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