Complaints against Sean Hyman include misleading marketing and exploiting Christianity for profit, according to Moneymakerspy. "The Biblical Money Code" investment product is a repackaged version of an older investment tool and contains nothing that particularly aligns with biblical teachings.Continue Reading
"The Biblical Money Code" gained popularity quickly when advertised on AM radio programs hosted by Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck, explains Moneymakerspy. Marketing via Newsmax also contributed. Reviewing the product revealed that it was a repurposed version of an older product called "Absolute Profits" rather than the scripture-based product that the marketing implied.
The product does contain some good investment strategies, notes Moneymakerspy. However, these strategies do not scale properly. The advice given to someone investing only a little money is the same as the advice to someone investing a lot.Learn more about Investing