Product Name: Secret Millionaire Method
Product Owner: Steven J & Steven James
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
It's another sad day of reviewing binary options scams for me 🙁
All signs point to The Secret Millionaire Method being a scam. The title is the first indication that should send up some red flags.
You should also take note of the poorly designed logo and website.
The people associated with this product, including the owners are some shady mofos.
But the main thing that should keep you away from this “software” is the fact that they are doing business with Tiger Options, which is a notoriously fraudulent broker.
Before You Buy
There's nothing new here: Quick money, easy profits, and all for free. It sounds like it's too good to be true.
There's nothing legit about someone offering you a free way to make easy money. If some guy knocked on your door promoting the same thing you'd slam it in his face and not even think twice about it.
So why are you trusting that some voice over the internet is actually telling the truth?
Check out some other binary reviews (link) to see that this is pretty standard procedure of this type of product, and most of them are featured on Clicksure, a festering cesspool of scams.
I encourage you to ask take a look at my full review of binary trading scams, which lists some legit brokers. People do make money with binary, but they're the type of people that read charts and understand technical data.
It's not a matter of a guessing game. That's called routlette.
What I Liked
Usually I hate everything about these things, but surprisingly, The Secret Millionaire Method had one thing I did like.
They were honest about being being associated with binary options, and even showed some trades being done. Most places don't even tell you what you are signing up for and expect you to pay $250 to fund an account!
What I Didn't Like
There's so much to not like about this product, but let's break it down.
Similarities to Other Scams
Though I haven't read specific reports of people using this software, I have seen very similar ones (linked above), with some pretty crazy stories. Crazy bad.
Some people reported losing tens of thousands of dollars making bad trades and trusting the software to make up for their losses. At the end of the day, there's no one to blame because support doesn't exist and the customer service number is fake.
Association With Sheisters
The product creators are Stevie J and Steven James. The latter of the two has another product called 12 minute payday (link) which was equally bad. The former I couldn't find any info on, so make your own judgment. Would someone who's making a million bucks have to sell more junk? Nope.
From the JV page (where they recruit affiliates), it's also clear that this is just another product being spammed out to the masses, with big names in the industry signing up to scam their email list.
“Hey, I found a secret way to earn money fast Bro. Check it out”
…that type of stuff.
The final blow to the Secret Millionaire System is the association with Tiger Options. There are not only softwares that you need to watch out for, but there are brokers that are looking to take your money as well.
Tiger Options has received some really negative reviews from people that actually used it, as well as professionals in the industry
With reviews like that, I wouldn't buy any product that associates with this company.
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