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Push Button Millionaire – Not another FAKE review!

Let me just start by introducing myself again, in case you are not familiar with this website. I am the Binaryoptions WatchDog and I am here to “Say it like it is!”, most of all my goal is to put the scammers out of business! It could be that you already registered with scam or you just finished watching that silly video by Ivan Block, urging you to download the “Push Button Millionaire” software “free” before it’s too late and he decides to increase the price to $10,000. WTF?


Okay, so if I am such as a smart WatchDog, why are there so many positive testimonials promoting this service? Who are these people behind the testimonials and are they all just lying and I am telling the truth? Why should you take my word for it when you got about 10 positive video testimonials? The answer is simple. These testimonials are fake! Let me give you a  little hint, in the seller/buyer online market place webmasters can now purchase these fake testimonials for as little as $5! Yes, there are lot’s of lowlife subhumans who are willing to lie and say whatever the F you ask them to on the open web for as little as $5. Being in the online scene I can actually recognize some of the paid actors from other similar products and services. I ask that you trust me on this one and you can research it yourself, just Google “Buy fake testimonials” and you’ll find plenty of solutions, wait … Don’t even go there if you are thinking to create on of these fake services yourself, remember that word ‘morality’.

“Don’t do unto others what you don’t want others to do unto you.” Confucius

Look, The Push Button Millionaire is a scam targeting people who are interested to become rich and quickly. Yes, it’s possible to do it with binary options and it’s a very convenient way to work from home. However, you need to understand that it’s not so easy, it’s no different from Forex and other online trading instruments where the approach and strategy plays a major part in your ability to profit. I can already tell you that the PushButtonMillionaire is as fake as it gets.

Try to look at it from a ‘scam artist’ point of view, let’s say you created this fake service and it’s getting you tons of business. Wouldn’t you create 10 other services with different names to maximize your profits? PushButtonMillionaire might seem like a professional looking pitch page, but there are 100’s of similar services following the same guidelines, the same promises and the same pushy manipulations to try to get you to register quickly before time runs out. Don’t you see the same pattern repeating itself over and over? Well, if you are reading this review, you are already doing some homework and it’s one step closer to actually making it with your online ventures, you must dig a little deeper to get the truth.

Back to how silly this service is, let’s start with the video introduction “Do you want a bank balance like this?” $3,474,101.91. “Cars like this?” Fancy car picture.. “Houses like this?” Picture of a mansion.. “Vacations like this?” Amazing white sand and baby blue water.. “Be the boss, call the shots and answer to no one?” well, “THIS IS YOUR ONLY CHANCE!”

Thanks for enlightening me Mr. Ivan Block, I must be so lucky for the opportunity to come across your pitch page and silly video, little did I realize that this would be my only chance to become rich in this life time. I must be the luckiest Dog on this planet, considering this amazing opportunity.

Now let’s be serious here, if you think I am just being sarcastic and annoying about things and you’re disappointed that I am trying to snap you out of the BS, be my guest and try it out and if you make it, I encourage you to post a review on how stupid WatchDog is for doubting this money scheme. Register with the Push Button Millionaire but be honest enough to share your experience after you try it. Please be kind enough to also wire me a million dollars, imagine just how much dog food I can buy with this money.


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