Million Dollar Months is a SCAM!!! Detailed Review!

Don’t get tempted to join the Million Dollar Months scam by the alleged Brad Davis. In this review we manage to collect some important information that should influence your decision and definitely deter you from joining. The fraudulent website in question is: and it’s heavily solicited via email campaigns.

At our goal is to expose liars and deceivers who prey on newbie day-traders, interested to make money with day trading, and when it comes to Million Dollar Months we have no doubt that it’s a scam so let’s jump straight to the facts. If we told you that the owner is fake, would you still trust the narrative? After all, why would a proud app owner find it necessary to hide behind a stock photo such as this one:

Does he look familiar to you?


The individual in the picture is not a “Brad Davis” and certainly not the CEO of the Million Dollar Months App. Anyone, including yourself, can purchase this picture and name it as you wish. Common sense should already lead you to the necessary conclusion after finding out that the app creator is fake. Why would a credible service lie about such an important piece of information? Unless of course it’s just another scam.

Considering that Million Dollar Months “generated $38,000,000 in the course of 3 years” and “netted a select group of beta testers over $1,000,000 a month” as they claim, one would expect them to be able to provide potential members with some real evidence, staff and/or a CEO you can confirm and real testimonials. Instead they simply used a bunch of fake pictures, including the most important one, and created a very pushy looking scam site urging members to join ASAP. When visiting you will notice how “your time is running out” and “only a few memberships” are available, therefore you better act quickly…Yet similar to other scam sites we review, if you visit the website again it will magically restart and you will be granted access, “against all odds”…

We can understand how newbie binary options traders might fall for the Million Dollar Months scam, it looks promising but it’s always important to do some research before you join any signals provider or automated system in the field. This review is authentic but you will find many promotional reviews with false information, therefore you must be very careful when deciding on which blogs you can trust. The bottom line is that if no concrete evidence is available and deception is used to earn your business, stay away and don’t waste your time and money. The Million Dollar Months App is not free, just like any binary options service you will be required to fund an account with a broker and invest the minimum to get access. Shady services like tend to work with unregulated, scam brokers so with any service you join, you got to conduct a ‘double background-check’ instead of relying on a single review. We hope that after reading this warning, you will refrain from joining this trap and we encourage you to share and comment below if you decided to test it or have any thoughts.

Verdict: Million Dollar Months is a SCAM!

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15 comments on “Million Dollar Months is a SCAM!!! Detailed Review!
  1. mandla mazaleni says:

    Yes, I am one of the victims of this dodgy system. In February this year 2016, I joined this MDM and paid 250 Dollars into a broker account, another dubious broker firm I must add(Inside Option). Within a week they bled my trading account completely dry and was told I can only withdraw my money with a minimum 500 Dollars in the account. I have realised that they have since closed my account without even informing me of their intentions to do so. This Brad Davis character appears online promoting another money making scheme using a different name.Wow. Shame on them.

    Mandla Mazaleni

  2. Christine Allen says:

    I did sign up for it. I knew NOTHING about Binary Options before this. I opened an account with BinaryBook with $250. I kept stopping the automation when I would see losing trades as it claimed to be 100% winnings. I was not planning to start learning about binary options, but since I invested money, I have been learning a lot. What I gather is that MDM gets paid affiliate rates for driving customers to BB. I have been working with a broker from BB and have been having an interesting journey learning about the market and binary options. As far as the MDM, I’ve had 50/50 wins/losses, but that might be because I kept turning it off and on in the beginning. I have emailed the “support” email they have listed, but it never goes through, so I would have to say this program is a scam. As far as the broker it directs traffic to, they are new, but very willing to go out of their way to help you learn. I have informed them that the MDM might not be a program they want affiliated with their company, but I don’t know if there is any fwd mvmt on that.

  3. David says:

    I did not sign up or go to the site as I am not interested in online trading but I started getting emails from them over four weeks ago, initially only once a week and I just deleted them now they are coming every day and sometimes twice a day. Progressing from you only having to confirm my email address and time is running out to one this morning saying “Congrats,you are qualified for a commission”. I suspected this was a scam from the beginning and sent it to junk mail as well as setting up a rule to delete them when they arrive, however they seem to be getting around that rule but they do still end up in my junk mail. They are getting very annoying and I wish there was some way I could stop them or report them, but as the internet is so wide spread whoever you report them to cannot do any thing because if they could be found the governing body would not have any jurisdiction where they are based.

  4. Mark Welsh says:

    Didn’t do my homework, went in feet first, cost me £250 to join, I now only have £120 left in credit at my Big Options account after just over a month! Load of rubbish!!!

  5. Bud Davies says:

    Has anyone gotten as far as to see if the software app exists. Or is this a total scam. I agree with tmaus1969, we don’t really know if it is a scam. The way the accounts are set up, they could actually do trading with your $250, take their percentage and run. If the app exists, even with a crap app, they should win 50% of the time which is enough time to drain the account with trading fees and profit commissions.

  6. tmaus1969 says:

    has anyone ever put in 250 and lost it with the million dollar month? Has anyone actually done it. All I see on this site are people that think it is scam because is sounds to good to be true but no body has actually tried it. This whole site is speculation. Cannot one person step forward and say they instantly lost their 250 or not. That would mean something

  7. Tomilola says:

    Thanks so much for the information,God bless you.


  8. David says:


    Thank you for yours watchful eyes and keep all traders inform from scams like these..

    Thank you


  9. Matthew says:

    Million Dollar Months is such a cheap scam it screams it from many angles. I’m not investing a penny with owners I can’t verify! Sounds too sketchy for sure. The insane high win amounts are a another great sign it’s a total BS scam! I’ll be avoiding Million Dollar Months for sure! Thanks Watchdog for another great scam warning.

  10. William Alvey says:

    have you done any reviews on

  11. David says:

    How can this software be 100% correct? Ha Ha. Even at 80% correct you still wonder if this is the case. I found software after many hit and miss trials that is averaging 70 to 75% hit rate.So yes try before you buy.

  12. Tayo Papahiu says:

    The pictures in the testimonial area have the same background LOL! They surely suck at making money and they suck at making a good scam.

    You must be blind if you fall for this Scam.

  13. Mohd Najib Mohd Amin says:

    it’s clearly scam! doubt..all things from this service are fake!..please avoid it guys!..

  14. Sizwe Ngcobo says:

    Thank you watchdog for the warnings

  15. Garretsen says:

    You should always avoid services with stockphotos and fake names!

    Thanks for exposing this one!

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