Product Name: 7 Figure Traveler
Product Owner: Mason White
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
Binary options trading software that’s supposed to guarantee profit.
There are hundreds of other products out there just like this. I’ve reviewed a ton of them in my binary options reviews section. They all tell the same story:
A rags-to-riches billionaire takes the time to give you his money-generating system for free.
Before You Buy
First off, you should know that those testimonials in the beginning video are paid for. Many people assume that they are real testimonials, but they are not. Here and exammple, and proof of where the came from:
You should also realize that the income proof screenshots he uses are not necessarily tied to the trading account, or even his. It’s impossible to tell. Photoshop is really good these days.
What I Liked
There were some nice pictures of sites around the world that made me want to go on vacation!
What I Didn’t Like
Hype, Misleading, Unrealistic
The idea that a billionaire traveler would take the time to create a low budget video (that blurs himself out but reveals his wife’s face) to teach you how to make instant and guaranteed money is quite ridiculous to start.
The fact that he wants us to believe this and spend $250 on a piece of software that can make accurate stock trades for us when hedge funds spend millions of dollars every year trying to do the same thing is equally preposterous.
If you did in fact believe these, you aren’t alone. These scams are able to trick thousands of people into depositing money and making losing trades to binary brokers. Most brokers don’t care how their affiliates promote their product (and some might even encourage this type of advertising). The vast majority of binary brokers are not regulated by SEC, and many originate in countries like Cypress, Panama, or the Cayman Islands where there is little regulation to speak of.
In a nutshell, there’s no one to regulate whether the software works, let alone if the broker actually pays you if you make winning trades. In fact, many brokers require you to make a minimum amount of trades, so although you start of winning, many times you end up with a $0 balance.
No Press for 7 Figure Traveler or Mason White
In a world where we know when Justin Bieber gets a haircut and what Brad Pitt names his babies, it seems odd that we wouldn’t get news of billionaire traveler Mason White and his invention of stock trading software guaranteed to profit.
Something like this could change the world economy.
What’s even stranger is that the sales page says “featured on” CNN, BBC, and others, but I couldn’t find ANY articles relating to it.
The only information I could find was low-grade websites promoting the product. Absolutely nothing from reputable news sources. It's obvious that these are just images to earn your trust, and not actually true.
Non-stop throughout the video for 7 Figure Traveler we are told by Mason White and others that the system is free. I counted at least 5+ times that I saw a big red “FREE” button or stamp pop up, and I didn’t even watch the whole sales pitch.
Not even once were we told that we would have to fund a trading account. Talk about deceptive marketing!
Just another sad example of a flat-out scam.
If you are serious about making money online, you need to focus on learning how to run a business, not on how to turn a quick buck. There are many ways to make money online, and exactly none of them are fast or easy.
Those that are serious about making money online can read about legitimate online business training and how to get started in affiliate marketing (what I do for a living). I’ll be there to help you get started, offering my personal 1-on-2 support along the way.