I thought the claims could not get any worst but it was just a matter of time before someone told you that you could be a millionaire in 60 seconds.
They actually mean that you can become a millionaire by setting up their system within 60 seconds and not that you’ll be swimming in money after 60 seconds but even that is on the same level of absurdity.
The site promises $35,000 to $45,000 per day which amounts to over $1 million dollars per month claiming that these figures have been verified for their software by a third party.
Their bold and bogus claim? It only takes 60 seconds of your time.
The guy in the video (who says his name is David Freeman) should be ashamed of his crazy statement but obviously doesn’t care as he repeats himself about 10 times before moving on.
Here’s where it gets even more ridiculous.
“David” opens his trading account to show his account making money “live”. Its actually just a recording. He then says something that even the most gullible person will see right through.
He says something like “I’m about to show you how I make $35,000 EVERY 60 seconds and how you can too.
$35,000 every 60 seconds is a lot more than $1 million per day and much more than was first promised. You can already see here that this guy is lying.
Listening to the rest of the video is like listening to someone who you know is lying and you’re just watching them tie themselves up with every word.
With my experience in reviewing these binary options promos, I decided that this was enough evidence for me to call this one a scam so I stopped watching the video and moved on to the other aspects of the promo.
Badges? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Badges!
Like all the other scam binary options promos, there is always something on the page that they’re using to try to manipulate the viewer into thinking that the offer is authentic and trustworthy.
60 Second Millionaire is no different and one of the ways they try to get the viewer is with the use of badges. These badges give the site an authentic look but on closer inspection the badges are so generic and the claims cannot be verified in any way. Any legit badge would have a link to the site that gave the award.
One obvious example is the badge for “100% secure site”. The site isn’t actually secure as it does not have an SSL certificate. Casual users will not notice this or even know what I’m talking about but the more tech savvy user can spot this as long as they see the badge.
All the badges are fake and do not carry any merit. Saying that the site is “verified” but not what it is “verified” for has absolutely no meaning. The site which is brand now also didn’t win any awards in the last year so the other badges for “software awards 2014” and “top profit system 2014” are also just gimmicks.
And if you’re thinking about whether such a software exists, there isn’t.
All binary options promos refer you to a binary options broker where you get to download what is called a trading bot. These bots can assist with trading if you don’t want to do it manually.
But they’re only machines and cannot think and make decisions as humans can. There job is really simple as they only have to guess “yes or no” or in binary options terms “put or call”.
This being the case, they can and do lose trades. There is nothing special about this particular trading bot used with 60 Second Millionaire. It wasn’t developed by “David” and he isn’t the first or only person to use it.
The bot certainly isn’t making him the type of money he says it’s making him.
The truth is that he’s lying just to get you to sign up with his broker so that he can get a commission from them. That is how he’s making his money.
Option Rally and 60 Second Millionaire
“David” isn’t making $1 million per month and you won’t either no matter the promise. The software he is pushing comes “free” when you deposit $250 in a broker account at Option Rally.
If what “David” has said was true (he claims no one knows about this until now), then the same software wouldn’t have been used by two other scammers I’ve reviewed before each with their own different and bogus claims.
Additionally, the broker Option Rally have been getting complaints and was reviewed by BinaryOptionsThatSuck.com as a site that is NOT a trusted broker because of things like pricing complaints, lack of support and not being able to withdraw funds.
With 60 Second Millionaire referring you to an untrustworthy broker like Option Rally, this is yet another reason to avoid this scam and seek something else that is more legitimate.
I won’t recommend that you trade binary options either even if you do find a legit broker. Binary options is a way to lose money online rather than a way to make money online. It’s more in line with gambling than financial trading.