About The Biblical Money Code
The Biblical Money Code is a new investment informational program available from Sean Hyman and internet newsletter publisher Newsmax, who is described as an investment expert and former minister.
According to Hyman in the hour long presentation available on the website, there is a Biblical code which can be used to unlock “vast amounts of wealth,” safely and effectively. He says this system has been used by people throughout history to make money “morally.”
He does address the belief that the Bible says “money is the root of all evil,” and clarifies that the actual verse is that the “love of money is the root of all evil.” Money itself is only evil when you come to it through evil means or use it to do evil things.
The code that he has taken from the Bible to make money, however, will help guide you to make money in a “good” way. Specifically the “ancient Biblical principle” that he wants you to use is the verse which says that you should “look well into investing.”
But looking “well into investing” is actually very difficult, according to The Biblical Money Code. It takes lots of serious effort and many hours to do the necessary research to look into an investment opportunity.
He claims that his newsletter gives you the blueprint you will need to assess stocks quickly and make profits right away, without having to do all the hard work of researching on your own.
In addition, he describes his investment program as being “simple, quick to implement, and fun.” He also claims that his system is incredibly effective, and has turned his father’s $40,000 retirement fund into $396,000.
People who are interested in subscribing to The Ultimate Wealth Report can do so for a discounted rate of $47 for a full year’s subscription.
If you have any experience with this program, please leave your Biblical Money Code reviews below.
55 ‘The Biblical Money Code’ Reviews
Its all B.S !
I invested the 47 usd for the newsletter and I can tell you the only way of earning money is to do the OPPOSITE of Sean Hymans recommendations.
I checked out some of his old recommendations and its a sure way of loosing money.
Save your money my 47 usd is gone
Biblical Money Code from Sean Hyman
6 Days ago I wrote a full review of the product on the my website. The product has substance, and does get its foundational methodologies from a loosely translated version of Bible scripture. Other than that it is simply a formula for investing in stocks. These stock investment formulas are much like opinions, in that most everyone has one. For a new investor who has no clue, this would at least provide some guidance. -Moneymakerspy
It sounds like the approach of this "pastor" is to target the Christian demographic so he can provide "Biblically sanctioned" investment advice. I don't believe that Jesus came to us as an investment advisor on the side. And I do not know how astute an investment picker is Mr. Hyman. I would be wary. People have read all sorts of things from holy books. You probably can get better suggestions from Merrill Lynch.
Deceiving - watch out
As Christians, God does not want us to spend our life making money for the poor, but instead, he wants us to work first for his kingdom and his righteousness, and he will take care of the rest, as Jesus says: "seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." (Matthew 6: 33)
Look at it honestly ...
No I haven't tried it. Look at it honestly though. They say it is not a get rich quick scheme yet his examples are extremes "...making $15,000 a year to now giving away up to $50,000 per year. He used it to help his father turn his $40,000 retirement into $396,000. And he used this system to help one person turn $2,000 into a $10,000 account in about a year." -- making enough to give away annually over 300% more than you use to make, increase retirement fund by 990%, and a one year return of 500%. These cannot be the normal rates of return but are thrown out as if they are. The advertisement is just like any other gimmick. And like most of these, the money is made from the 57,000 people who pay $47. That alone is almost $2.7 million dollars. The emotional tug of turning little to much is how this wealth is made. If he was really serious about being a philanthropist, he could make a website and publish his reports for free. I am not saying he should because knowledge is money and anyone who has it does have a right to make money off it. I just think the process is not completely honest, pastor or no pastor behind the words. At the very least, publish one volume from a few years back so people can look well into the matter.