Tauribot Review – Don’t Get Fooled
When first going to the Tauribot site, I was impressed. It is one of the best put together sites I’ve seen in a long time. They not only have a video, but also have testimonials and all sorts of pretty and official looking graphics on their site.
When you see the professional look to the site, you’re probably thinking you can trust them because everything looks so professional. It does look professional and that’s the perception they wanted to give, too bad most of it is not real.
Wow, Steven Archer worked at Chicago University and they are even backing this system! This has to be legit right? Well, lets’ take a look.
Do a search for Chicago University. Can you find it, other than what is associated with Tauribot? Nope, you can’t, it appears it doesn’t exist!
What they did do was make a cool logo that almost looks like the University of Chicago logo.
It looks professional as does the rest of the site, but as you can see, it’s made up. As is the copy of the research. But again, it is very professional looking and if you are a trusting person, you would have no trouble whatsoever in getting this app an investing your hard earned money.
Okay, other than the logo, how do I know it’s not real? They say so themselves in their user disclaimer, the link is in very small print at the bottom of the page.
I know this is rather big, but I thought it import to point out. They admit the video that portrays all this amazing stuff is fictitious! It’s fake! They even go on to say it should be viewed for entertainment purposes only! Wait! I thought most people watched the video for information on the product or service, not for entertainment.
As I said, they make everything sound so great and that you can make big bucks with their system, but if you look at the fine print, which most people don’t do, it doesn’t guarantee you anything. Do you really want to invest your hard earned money after watching a fictitious video about a system that is associated with a person who did research at a University that doesn’t seem to exist? I didn’t think so.
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