Free millionaire system is a binary options software that’s promising traders that they can become a millionaire in the next 90 days. Claims like these are common in the binary options market and they rarely come to fruition.
In this review I’ll be telling you if I believe that this free system can truly live up to the expectations.
Free Millionaire System Review
While I’ve only been on the free millionaire system webpage for a few minutes I always spot an odd red flag. I’m not sure if they’re trying to be disingenuous but despite calling the system free there’s a huge button that says lifetime access costs $49. Maybe they already bought the domain so they had to stick with this name but that doesn’t make sense to me at all. They also say that an immediate $400 discount has been applied which means they are telling us that the software used to cost $450. Why would a free system cost money? It just doesn’t make sense.
The video on the free millionaire system website is consistent with this free message. Minutes into the video they tell us that millionaires are always made for free so I’m not sure why they are telling us right under this that the software costs $49. I’m going to send the developers of the software and email see if I can get some sort of a response. They also claim to be providing one-on-one coaching as a free bonus, so I asked them about this as well.
I won’t be providing a recommendation for the free millionaire system at this point in time. There seems to be too many discrepancies on the sales page which is troubling me some. That doesn’t necessarily make this a bad software but I have to get down to the bottom of this before I can get involved. If you would like to leave a comment or review of your own please write a message now at the bottom of the page. Thank you for coming to binary today and please spend some time looking around the rest of the website to see what’s working currently for the binary options community.
SCAM ALERT: RED FLAG
the video says that Max Fortune produced 2400+ millionaires, earning together 880 million dollars, you divide that among the 2400 people and it is less than $400,000 per person, so it is impossible to have 2,400 millionaires. The same video is used to promote a high price tier affiliate product. the one that promotes the binary options was edited, but it is the same video.
The video was shot at the convenience store in 29020 Town Center Loop E in Wilsonville, oregon,
Also, the Porsche you see on the video does not have plates..uhhmm
The video for the binary options direct you to a page where they want you to choose a broker
the one for the affiliate program, they want you to buy a year of web hosting.
Thanks for the heads up George.