Product Name: Push Button Millionaire
Product Owner: Ivan Block
Advertised Price: Free
Actual Cost: $250 – $25,000
What Is It?
This is just another binary options broker disguised with a fake story, and there is no “software” that guarantees trades.
There are so many red flags and signs that this is a scam.
5 Ways To Prove Push Button Millionaire Is A Scam
Ivan Block tells a fantastic story about how he hacked into a binary options trading platform and discovered a bit of code that showed someone was stealing money from the company. The code was designed to take a tiny fraction of money from each successful trade – so small that no one would notice each individual transaction, but added up from all the trades each day would be a lot of money.
Yup, that's the plot from a movie called Office Space
Next we are told that he met “Nathan Queen”, the owner of a famous trading company, millionaire, etc, and Ivan told Nathan about the code. Nathan's way of thanking Ivan for exposing this scam was showing him a system that created millions of dollars in profit.
Here are the results for “Nathan Queen” and “Binary Options”. No results. The same is true of any kind of stock trading search. There is no one related to investing or trading with this name.
The last bit of the scam you need to know about is the coffee shop conversation. Though I can't prove it, I think the image below is pretty convincing.
The guy in the video is supposedly a random person that Ivan has so kindly given this magic software. We watch as he “makes money” on camera. However, this person looks an awful lot like Jack Clayton, the owner of another internet scam called Instant Traffic Commissions.
Is it the same guy? I'll let you decide, but I wouldn't doubt that it's the same person. Internet scammers run in the same circles. We have seen the same thing with products like Make Money with Meghan, where this actress has been used in other internet scam videos over the years.
Signing up really is free, but there is no “software” at all! I was taken directly to regular ol' binary options trading site. And though signing up is free, to fund an account I need at least $250 dollars. Wow, now that's some clever advertising!
Inside the “software” it's even worse. There are no instructions on how to even use it. In fact, I don't even think there is any software to use at all. As far as I can tell, it's just another binary options trading platform. here's a look inside.
There is an FAQ at the bottom of the page, but the “How to get started” section will surely confuse you. It says that the best way to get started is to sign up for BinaryPilot. But wait, after I signed up to Push Button Millionaire, it took me to Bee Options.
I rest my case. This product should be avoided at all costs.
Binary Options is not my thing. I don't believe that most people can make money doing this. It's very risky, and you need a lot of money to get started.
What I recommend is that anyone looking to make money online start as cheaply as possible, and learn how to build a strong foundation to a real online business. It's important to focus on the long term prospects of earning money online, NOT making money in the next 5 minutes.
I hope it's clear the difference between what I teach, and what you saw in Push Button Millionaire. You can find out more about me, how I make money online, and how you can get started in the review of my #1 recommended training center.
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