Today’s review is about Millionaire Club. What is Millionaire Club? A scam or legit? I am so tired of this kind of scams, they are all built the same and they just keep coming. Today I will explain how they work so we can shut up anyone trying to promote them. Ok, let´s go!
Product: Millionaire Club
Owner: “Brad Marshall” (FAKE NAME)
Price: Claims to be free but requires a deposit of $250
Who is it for: The owner of the program and the ones promoting it + broker companies
What is Millionaire Club about?
Millionaire Club is just another binary options trading software that claims to make you rich guaranteed. These “super software’s” never work, they are always scams.
I was watching a soccer game online when all of a sudden this “opportunity” popped up, with the same old bullshit claims. “You are lucky to receive this secret” and “You will become rich without any effort” and “This is not like any of them other scams” and “It is absolutely free” “we only let in 20 people” Bla bla bla…
Nothing new under the sun, only the logo 🙂
Oh, one thing was new! To make the scam a little more “trustworthy” they want you to make a promise to donate $50,000 as soon as you reach 1 million dollars 🙂
Also, they make the scam a little hard to place a name on.
The logo says millionaire club, the ads that take you there seem to call it the millionaires
club, and in the promo video they say that you will become a member of the “secret” millionaires society. That is what “Brad Marshall” or more correct “the voice” in the promo video tells you.
What It Really is
Millionaire Club is nothing but a scam. But, it is possible to make money from it, why? Because it is all about trading. People make money on trading that is a fact, people also lose money on trading that is another fact.
There is NO SECRET on how to make a guaranteed profit on trading, that is also a FACT.
No “super software” that calculates and predicts the market. Period.
Trading is actually just like going to the casino and gamble in either red or black. In the end, the bank wins, the odds are not in your favor.
At least, if trading is what you want to do, do it with a legit program that also allows you to start “demo trading” and practice first. If you are interested in that click here to read more.
How This Kind Of Scam Works?
First of all, it targets people who are completely uneducated on the subject of how making money online really works. I don´t blame you for getting interested, I was like you once, completely uneducated how it really works.
The “voice” in the promo use scam marketing tactics, saying thing that works. Hiding the fact that it is actually not free until the last sentence when you have been bombarded with “convincing talk”.
One very common scam tactic and the “trigger” that is going to convince you to put money into the (scam) program (in this case Millionaire Club) is the “count-down” trick.
They want you to believe that you have to act fast before the opportunity disappears.
Who Is Brad Marshall??
Who in the world is Brad Marshall?? You don´t see him in the promo, not even a photo of him. That is of course because he don´t exist, scammers always uses fake names and sometimes even fake photos simply because they won´t stand behind their (fake) products.
Someone who is proud and stand behind their product will never hide behind fake names and fake photos.
How The Scammers Make Money?
This is actually a very simple process, believe it or not. When you put money into this kind of scams, some of the money go to the broker company and the other part goes to the scammer himself.
My guess is that he (the one who promotes it) get´s between 30-60 percent. So if you deposit the minimum of $200, he get between 60-130 dollars. It might not sound like a lot of money, but if he gets thousands of people to deposit, it will add up to millions my friend.
This is actually the exact same method that people are using to become Internet millionaires. It is called affiliate marketing.
It is by far the best way to make money online.