Million Dollar Insider Binary Options Software Full Review
I want to make money! I don’t want a 9 to 5 job. I don’t want a boss. And I am sure I am not the only one. But I want to make money trading the financial market, not by taking other people’s money. Unfortunately that is not how everyone else sees it and this brings us to scammers, one of the worst breed of infectious cockroaches to ever roam the internet. Usually I don’t like to reveal my opinion about the subject under discussion right from the start of the article, but maybe it’s time for a change so here goes: there is no doubt in my mind that Million Dollar Insider is a scam. Please note this is a personal opinion so feel free to contradict me and prove me wrong, but keep reading to see how I got to that conclusion.
Sensitive Information – Shhhh…
“This video is not going to be up for long due to the sensitivity of this video” That’s how their presentation begins and how you are greeted on their website… Wait, is that actually a website? Milliondollarinsider[dot]com only has one page and on that page you only find a video and a box for you to enter your e-mail address. In fact, that’s not a box, it’s your very own portal to infinite wealth and luxury. Sure… Now let’s see what they have to offer. Magic software, of course. You just use the app and your account balance goes up. I’d like to tell you how to use the thinghy, but I have no idea about how it works because over the course of the video they don’t show any screenshots, don’t explain how to use it or what it exactly is. All I am told is the guy went to the gym and his account balance increased; later in the evening, his balance increased again. There are no explanations about how that happened; they just skip a few hours forward and… Presto! Money appears. I told you it’s magical.
Any marketed strategy or software should present a track record of its performance but I guess Million Dollar Insider software is so good it doesn’t need any proof (or faking account statements is too time-consuming). They don’t show any detailed account statement or other such document, the guy just keeps ranting about how amazing it is. And I am supposed to take his word because… umm… I don’t know… yea, I got it: he told me in the beginning of the video that his name is Matt. Ok, now that I know your name we’re buddies and I will believe everything you tell me.
How much does it cost?
Nothing! It’s free. At least that’s what the guy says in the video, but I am sure some hidden costs will start to emerge once you subscribe. However, I might be wrong and maybe the only way they profit is through affiliation with… Vault Options. Yes, once you finish watching that “nicely” directed video and you write your email in the “mystery box”, you get access to some sort of Members Area where you can download the app and finally start your fast journey to success. But you will be able to do all this only after opening and funding an account with Vault Options… Let me summarize it for you: some guy Matt gives you an app which you know nothing about at this point (except that it’s “amazing”, of course) but in return you have to open and fund an account with a shady broker and once you’ve done so, you will finally receive your software… or not. On top of that, since you don’t know anything about that software, chances are it’s useless or even worse, it will make you lose money. So yea, it’s free… but do they actually give me something? Nope, nothing. So why would they charge me for “nothing”? Come on, have some “nothing”, it’s free… here, you want some more “nothing”?
Is this a Scam?
I should probably ask “What are the chances of this not being a scam?” My answer would be “Close to zero”. All I know about how well the app performs is what I heard form Matt or whatever his name is and some actors telling me the same thing via YouTube testimonials (the video on the website also contains some testimonials). One guy from a YouTube video advertises for Million Dollar Insider, Easy Paycheck Formula 2, Get Cash for Surveys, CieAura (I have no idea what those are) so you can tell he is earning his money making video “reviews” and he is not an actual user of the mysterious app.
Furthermore, I have my doubts about Vault Options being a reliable Binary Options broker and all I can say is they are definitely not among my top choices when it comes to professionalism. If you need more information about them, you can check out Vault Options full review.
And the Oscar goes to…
They don’t actually deserve an Oscar, but the touching story in the video almost made me cry. Oh, poor Matt didn’t have money or a good job, he was even on Xanax… but then the Heaven smiled on him and the Binary Gods Callinius and Putioux handed him the mystical app which turned his life around. We all love a happy ending, but we don’t know anything about the app he is talking about and for us to be able to at least see it, we have to open and fund a binary options account. That doesn’t sound too good. Oh, and that tear that was about to fall from my eye was from an onion I had in my pocket. Why would I have an onion in my pocket? I don’t know; it’s almost idiotic to carry an onion in my pocket. But then again, so is joining Million Dollar Insider.
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