Imagine that there’s a tool that you could activate, just let it run and tomorrow morning you wake up and there’s $20,000 in your bank account.
This is what is being offered by the people behind 2015 Millionaire.
If you’re imagining this and can’t wait to try it out, keep on dreaming because that’s what it will always be.
2015 Millionaire is a new binary options promotion from the same people that put out last year’s 2014 Millionaire.
I’m willing to bet any amount of money that no one who tried 2014 Millionaire last year became a millionaire. Most likely they’re still looking for ways to make money online.
Why You Shouldn’t Trust 2015 Millionaire
First of all, I’ve received quite a handful of comments and even some emails with people complaining and confirming that 2014 Millionaire was a scam.
This was last year and since 2015 Millionaire is from the same team, you can expect pretty much the same thing from them this time around.
They don’t actually ask for money but they use a lot of manipulative and dishonest techniques to draw the user in and get them interested in doing binary options and signing up with their recommended broker.
In the 2015 Millionaire video, the presenter is heard saying “you could get started tonight and bank tens of thousands by this time tomorrow.”
This is an outright lie or just the presenter hiding the real truth.
Nothing is said about the amount of money you’d have to invest in order to make the type of money he is flashing in those possibly doctored screenshots.
They also use a counter script that says users became millionaires while you’re watching the video and that there are limited spots. You can see that this counter is fake if you happen to refresh the page or revisit the site because it starts over. Users should be wise to this trick by now.
Even after you submit your info and get to the second page, there is a message saying that the offer will expire soon.
All these are tricks to get you to register fast. These sites get lots of visitors because they’re connected to an affiliate network where marketers can share the site online for commissions and there is no limit to the amount of people that can register on the site and no set expiry date.
The creators of the site want to make as much money as they can for as long as they can. Whether you make money or not is no concern of theirs.
A couple more tricks you’ll find in the presentation are:
(1) The secret wealth creation tool that has been hidden from the public for so long – common tactic used to arouse curiosity and make you think you’re getting something exclusive and inaccessible to the rest of the world.
If they’re talking about binary options and their trading bots then this is crap talk unless you’re completely new to this type of thing because binary options has been around for a long time.
It is also not a wealth creation tool because binary options trading is really gambling or online betting. It has the same wealthy creation potential as going to the casino. In most cases you’re going to lose your money.
Read the fine print or the financial disclaimer at the bottom of the site and you’ll be made wise to the huge risk you’re taking when you get involved with binary options trading.
(2) The people that they say are making money in the video are most likely fake and non-existent.
They’re talking about people who used the same system, retired and became millionaires. All the photos look like they were pulled from stock photo websites. I bet if I looked really hard, I would find one of these photos on some websites with no reference to the names used or in a magazine advertisement.
The fine print again at the bottom says that actors were used and although there is no acting spots in the presentation, maybe they’re referring to these instances.
(3) They’re knocking legitimate methods of making money like building websites and marketing. That’s like telling someone not to go to a job interview but instead go to the casino and “invest” their money.
Most people who email me about these binary options offers just love the idea of fast money without having to do anything much.
The way it is presented in this video is simply not how it works. There are a lot of details left out and the end result is that you’re going to end up broke and disappointed. Better to find something that is proven to work and stick with it instead of jumping from offer to offer.
2015 Millionaire and Option Rally
The binary options broker that 2015 Millionaire is promoting is Option Rally.
I did some research on Option Rally and it seems that this isn’t even a very good broker to sign up with. There are lots of complaints online about not being able to withdraw, pricing complaints and lack of support.
I also found that on the website BinaryOptionsThatSuck.com, which reviews binary options brokers, Option Rally is not a trusted broker.
So if there’s going to be problems with Option Rally, then people are going to also complain about 2015 Millionaire.
Is 2015 Millionaire a Scam?
I found that the presentation was way over the top and unrealistic when it came to earnings potential and they way they stretched or hid the truth.
In my opinion, this is a case of too good to be true and I would consider it to be a scam even though they don’t sell anything. Part of the reason for me saying this is the fact that they’re recommending a broker that seems to have a lot of complaints and issues.
To me they’re only interested in making money for themselves and aren’t concerned whether their users make money or not.