Checking my email a couple of minutes ago and happened to open two separate emails raving about this new system.
Both emails opened to The Push Money App so it’s time for another scam busting review.
I didn’t have to watch the entire video to know that this was a scam because this guy was clearly lying about a lot of things which I’ll get to in a minute.
There weren’t a lot of mention about binary options, just that you could use this new system and make lots of money really fast and the money got deposited into your trading account.
How fast can you make money? Well this is just one of the things that tipped me off to this being such an atrocious scam.
A Video Full of Lies
The video starts off with Moreland with his cell phone showing you just how much money he was making using his system.
The account sits at $5000+ and he pushes the refresh button and the page updates to show just over $7000. In a few seconds he pushes it again and it updates to show over $11000. In under a minute he had somehow made $6000.
He then reveals that this wasn’t his account but one of his students who had just joined his system 5 minutes ago! $11000 in just 5 minutes?
There are so many things wrong with this picture.
- Where is the money coming from?
- Isn’t there some sort of privacy issue having access to someone’s financial account and showing it to others?
- How much would you have to invest to make $11000 in 5 minutes?
- Is it realistic to actually make even $5000 in 5 minutes with ANY system as a beginner?
If you didn’t have these questions about Moreland’s Push Money App then maybe this is something that you’d want to try?
Well don’t quit your day job just yet.
It’s All Pretend
To illustrate how people are having success with Push Money App, Moreland shows people with printed checks for huge sums of money.
The USBank checks have got to be fake because they’re all from Push Money Company, 1500 SW Broadway, Portland Oregon, 97201.
I checked the address in Google Maps, and also checked for businesses at that address but it appears that no such business exists there at all.
All I could find on Google Maps was a USPS drop box.
I’m sure the bank wouldn’t be honoring checks from a non-existent company. Besides, all these people aren’t making that kind of money because Push Money App is clearly a scam that’s only pretending like people are making money when in fact they aren’t.
Is Push Money App for the Lazy?
A couple of video testimonials, one from a guy claiming to be a Rodney and another from a woman called Margaret continue to perpetuate the fast money claims of Dennis Moreland.
Both Rodney and Margaret made overnight riches, around $10000 in less than 24 hours while doing not much, I can imagine.
The final straw came as Moreland and his wife Amy are driving to visit their business partner Mike. They receive a call from an Alexa Dunning.
Dunning had set up her account just 45 minutes before making the call. Moreland asks her to check her balance which she does. Her reaction is an ecstatic scream. She tells them that she has already made over $5000 and admits that she had not done anything.
If there’s any proof that this Push Money App is a scam, it’s this and that is where I ended my viewing of the Push Money App video.
Inside Push Money App
There are more gimmicks inside the Push Money App promotional area after you enter your email. They show more fake statistics and even have some fake awards.
Push Money App it appears has received the award for #1 Most Profitable Trading App of 2015. I’d love to know what Trading Awards that was from. Do they even have these things?
There’s even a picture of the actual award but I’m guessing that is fake as well. It has to be. I’ve never heard of Push Money App until recently (well actually today was the first but I did some research and see it’s been online at least since February).
Plus Option and Push Money App
Just in case you’re still wondering what Push Money App is all about, it’s binary options trading. The company that they use is Plus Option.
You could register with Plus Option without going through Push Money App and you’d get pretty much the same results. There is no special system which makes you earn more money with Plus Option doing binary trading than others who aren’t using Push Money App.
The reason why Dennis (which is most likely a made up name anyway) pushes so hard for you to join Push Money App is because he is an affiliate of Plus Option meaning he gets a commission every time someone believes his lies and deposits money to start trading.
While nothing is wrong with affiliate marketing and earning commissions (this is actually what I do), Dennis is doing it unethically and scamming people so he could line his bank account.
Doing affiliate marketing the right way is about helping people which is the opposite of what is going on here.
Don’t believe anything you see in the video for Push Money App. This is a scam because of all the lying and manipulation going on.
You’re not going to make life-changing money overnight especially if you’re just a beginner. Besides, binary options is highly risky (it’s actually gambling) and even the broker websites have a disclaimer at the bottom of the site that tells you to be careful.
Besides setting up yourself to lose your entire deposit on losing trades, a lot of these binary options brokers are not regulated and even if you did earn some money and try to withdraw it, you could end up being ignored and you couldn’t even go to the police or complain about the broker to anyone.
You want to make money online? Binary options is not the answer. Neither is Push Money App.