3 Myths That Need To Be Clarified Regarding The Trending BitGold Offer
Free half a gram of gold for free? And sign up is free too? It may sound unbelievable for the most of us and we can't see why not? With the internet flooding the world with spam, fake offers and scams, it's really hard to trust an incredible offer too good to be true. It also doesn't help spread optimism in the world if the victims are seen whimpering in the news or shared multiple times in social media. Psychologically, it takes a toll on us emotionally if we suffer heartbreak from a failed or broken relationship, multiple that pain if we lose money from a scam. It's like being robbed or being held hostage. It truly feels unfair.
But BitGold is not a scam, we tell you. It's completely legit and their branding, press releases and a parade of interviews from its CEO Roy Sebag is enough to tell you that they are serious about this initiative. The problem here is how people read, analyze, and correspond to the offer in question. Sure, not all people are equipped to read between the lines but it doesn't hurt to read carefully the fine print either. When finances are on the line, reading carefully is fundamental. It's not too good to be true; there are terms and conditions to each offer.
Myth #1: "BitGold Gives You Half a Gram Gold"
The company gives half a gram of gold, but it's important to know that the company does not give out gold per se. The half a gram of gold offer is an incentive for new users to sign up. If it gives out gold as an entity, then how would they earn revenue? BitGold does not, has not, and will not make false promises of making you rich in gold. But rather, it's a tech-based financial services company that allows you to buy, sell, and transact using gold and utilize gold to buy services and goods as a universal currency; which is again BitGold's strength creating a "universal denomination" that is globally recognized without the barriers of economic activity.
Myth #2: "I'll Get My Free Half a Gram of Gold Immediately"
Ugh, check every ad, news release even the website! Is there any mention of the word or any related synonym that expounds that you can get your gold right away? We don't think so. There is a psychological phenomenon called delayed gratification wherein it's a person's ability to resist temptation of an immediate reward over a bigger reward if we wait a little longer and it applies liberally in BitGold s incentive concept. People cry scam upon knowledge that they don't get their free gold immediately after signing up. It is weird enough that we often mistake free for immediate wherein the two are two separate entities. The truth with BitGold is that you can only get your free gold after two months after signing up. And this makes complete sense because why would a company shell out rewards to people who would just leave them after getting their rewards. The two months is a test of loyalty as with any financial services.
Myth # 3: "Just Go to the Company Site and Sign Up To Get Your Free Gold"
Well, not exactly accurate. You see you do not get your free gold for two months if you just walked right in and signed up. You have to be referred. But you can relax and not worry as those already members of BitGold scattered across the internet are leaving a trail of their referral links for anyone to use! And they are easy to spot! You can see them in blogs, social commentaries, and other articles about BitGold. The members have faith in BitGold and are leaving a gold trail to a golden opportunity. Only upon registering through this link can they receive the half a gram. Once they sign up though, they can participate through this program and both the referral and referee are subject to the possibly increasing gold incentive!