Product Name: Millionaire Money Machine
Product Owner: Trevor Haynes
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
It’s another binary options software trading scam
Millionaire Money Machine is not a unique product, and and I have covered this exact same scam many times over.
The only reason I’m reviewing yet another trading software scam is that I read about someone losing $45,000 of their retirement money to this “company” and want to prevent others from doing the same.
Before You Buy
I probably have at least 50+ different reviews of binary options trading software. All of them claim the same
- guaranteed to profit
- easiest money you’ll ever make
- start raking it in today
The backstory and accents vary, but they are all made up names, used to hide the true faces of the scam artists behind the launch.
How is it possible to launch products like this without getting caught by the FTC or other government regulatory institution?
Many of these websites are hosted outside of the united states where regulations are very lax. Places like Cypress, Eastern Europe, and a few places in South America.
Clicksure is notorious for allowing the promotion of scams like this. I don’t know where their business is registered, but accounting, management and a few other things are done in China and Mauritius, no doubt to avoid the US authorities.
The other thing to consider is that these “businesses” never last long. They put up a website, scam some money, then take the website down. The next week, a new one goes up, and emails are sent out again. Rinse and repeat.
What I Liked
Nothing to like about this product at all.
What I Didn’t Like
Honestly, it should be pretty obvious by now what we’re dealing with, but let’s quickly go through a few main points.
Made Up Story
Look up Trevor Haynes and nothing will come up but information about Millionaire Money Machine. This name didn’t exist before the launch of this product.
Don’t you think that if there was a single piece of software that could make millionaires over night that you’d hear something on the news?
It just doesn’t make sense that YOU (or I) would be on a short list of people to be the first to hear about a revolutionary new way to make money. Not only that, but it was emailed to us by a random person, who’s just looking out for us because they have more money than they know what to do with.
If someone told you that on the street you’d tell them to ‘take a hike’ (or worse). So why believe it now?
Your Gut Feeling Is Right
In your heart you know that a story like this is just plain unbelievable. I know you want it to be true..heck, I wish it was true too! But there’s no such thing as easy money, or a free lunch.
Speaking of free, that “free software” is going to required a $250 deposit.
Chad Winters The Mysterious Phone Operator
Somehow both of the individuals shown below got an operator named Chad Winters. He convinced them to spend over $10,000 of their money on Millionaire Money Machine.
When they tried to withdraw funds, they were simply told, “No”. Then Chad stopped answering the phone.ripoff
One person lost $45,000 of his retirement money, and another lost $25,000. Poof. Gone.
How much money do you plan on losing to Millionaire Money Machine?
Hiring Others To Scam You
All of the “recommendations” you see for this product are from “affiliates”. These are freelance advertisers that send out emails and try to get people to join MMM. The image you see below is the JV page. A JV page is where a company can hire affiliates to promote their product. Usually this is a legitimate practice, but you can see that this particular company is laughing behind your back, bragging about how much money they will make off of you.
And that email you got telling you how much money you could make? It was pre-written. Copy/Pasted then blasted to your inbox without your permission (and to tens of thousands of other people too!)
Obvious scam. Not worth your Money.
Binary options is a real way to make money on the internet, but it takes a lot of investment capital, and a TON of training to read the charts. It’s no different than trading Forex currency or stock futures.
That’s not my cup of tea.
But I do make money online in another way. It’s a lot cheaper, and though it requires you learn a bit of how to make a website, it’s a much more low-risk way to earn money on the internet.
You can learn how the whole process works and how I was able to use it to quit my job in my review of Wealthy Affiliate.
Note: This is a REAL business and will require at least a few weeks or months of learning before you can expect to profit from it. But don’t stress if you’ve never built a website or started a business before, you will get MY personal 1-on-1 support while you set everything up. Wealthy Affiliate is a legitimate company that's been online since 2005 and has been helping people (including myself) break into the internet marketing industry.
If you are stick of getting duped by scams like MMM, you have to at least check out what WA is teaching.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes