Product Name: Covert Millionaire League
Product Owner: Mystery Millionaire
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $250+
What Is It?
*Yawn*. Just another boring day reviewing binary options software.
Have you heard of binary options scams or been victim of one? Covert Millionaire League is no different. You have no reason to believe anything they say in the video.
Before You Buy
The first indication that you should run away is that this product (if you can even call it that) has “millionaire” in the title. I am willing to be that not a single millionaire in the entire world has ever bought a “how to become a millionaire” book or software.
The second thing that should make you run away is that there’s the word “covert” in the title. If this is so exclusive, how the heck did you end up on the page. It’s just a marketing ploy to make you feel like this is an exclusive, limited-time offer.
What I Liked
To be honest, I’ve reviewed so many of these things I’m starting to appreciate their creativity. This one was designed kind of like a college fraternity.
But seriously, there’s nothing positive about Covert Millionaire League worth mentioning.
What I Didn’t Like
Typical Marketing Tactics
In case you were wondering, this is not a limited time offer. The counter that tells you that there are only X number of spots left is a complete lie.
When he says that he doesn’t know how you landed on the page, that’s also a complete lie. There is an army of affiliates sending out spam emails to tens of thousands of people with misleading titles like “withdraw commissions here” or, “you’ve won”.
Real scammy stuff.
Pushing Emotional Buttons
Another marketing tactic that is used to the extreme here (and without tact) is the use of emotional triggers.
We are told over and over again how we are going to change our life with this product. We can get ourselves out of poverty, finally pay our bills, take a vacation, and buy all the stuff we want.
On top of that, it’s going to be quick, easy, and on autopilot. I’ll say it again: There’s no self-made millionaire on this Earth that got there ‘on autopilot’.
It’s Not Free
We are also told quite a bit how “free” this software is going to be. And while the software might be free, making money isn’t. You still have to fund your account with $250, and most of the people that buy into this type of thing get exactly $0 back.
Others get caught up in a gambling-like frenzy, hoping to recover their losses and spend over $10,000. Guess what – no refunds.
If there truly was an app that could guarantee stock trade and make people into millionaires, it would completely change the world. Economies would boom. Countries would go to war over it. And there would be at least one reputable news source that would discover the story in its early stages.
But if you search online, there isn’t one. In an era where we know which celebrities have what kind of tattoos in their butt cracks, I find it hard to believe that no one is talking about a millionaire creating software.
Not even worth your time.
It’s pretty hard to go from the idea that making money online will be fast and easy to a reality check: it’s completely the opposite.
Making money on the internet takes time to learn. But it’s no harder than anything else you have to learn in life. If you’ve ever learned an instrument or a language you can do what I do.
Think back – you probably learned how to do your current job at one point, and maybe even learned how to use an iPhone or iPad recently. The point is, if you can learn, you can figure out how to make money online.
The best (and most affordable) training I know if is at Wealthy Affiliate. They train you how real people make money on the internet, and don’t blow smoke about being a millionaire in a year. It’s where I learned as a beginner, and I can even help you get started.
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