Playboy Money Machine is a SCAM!! Penetrating Review!

Let’s start with the obvious conclusion, the Playboy Money Machine is a SCAM! This review is not for children and if you’re considering to invest money with this bogus site, be sure that be gathered enough evidence to debunk the fraud by the alleged James Benson. He is the actor who plays the role of an Internationally recognized Investor, “Player” and an alumni of Harvard University.

First we checked into the age of this website and found that was registered and created on March 4th, 2016 based on Domain Lookup, exactly one month from the publication of this review. The most common scam elements we found on the Playboy Money Machine pitch page include the Countdown widget and limited number of registrations left, as well as the 100% matching bonus offered to members in the 2nd video. Luckily it’s easy to look-up names of students who attended prominent Universities around the world and we found that there is no Harvard Alumni by the name of James Benson who studied Psychology 5 years ago and we couldn’t find this “International Playboy Star” on any Social Networks, not even on LinkedIn! Literally anywhere you’d expect to find someone to successful, James Benson is not there as we’re obviously dealing with a lying actor.


Furthermore the Playboy Money Machine scam creators are not just being generous with the 100% deposit matching bonus since there is a restriction that comes with accepting this bonus. It locks your ability to withdraw even a penny from your account balance, until you’re able to reach a very high volume of trades, often equal to 30 or 40 times your initial deposit amount! This is one of the ways the and other similar scam sites attempt to trap their members, in case they wake up and decide to ask for an early withdrawal, after realizing that it’s a money trap and any dreams of becoming an online-pimp have been crushed into pieces. It’s not going to happen overnight so forget about it.

Let’s go over more interesting facts related to this perverted money-making scheme by James Benson, his call girls and the lousy green screen. Obviously in some of the scenes it’s clear that they are in a studio due to the use of the green screen, so a production company is 100% behind this and not credible day-traders or an actual system that’s based on technical analysis or trading algorithms. Bells and whistles, half naked girls and zero credibility.


The introduction begins with the lucky actor who played the “James Benson” role for the scam, dancing around in what appears to be a strip club, with a bunch of half naked girls. This is the literal definition of ‘dream selling’ but this time they are targeting the guys. They forgot that binary options is not just traded by young men, it’s true that the majority of day-traders are men so it makes sense that they would come up with such a sleazy narrative. We are confident that no woman is going to fall for the Playboy Money Machine and we’re hoping to save as many men as we can. Don’t feel embarrassed if you are a newbie and fell for this fraud, we see many educated individuals fall for fancy looking offers all the time, research is the key and you must always verify if the broker or signals service you wish to sign-up with is backed by positive reviews and credible testimonials. As you can verify by doing some research beyond our Playboy Money Machine Review, this system has zero credibility! It’s mostly marketed by shady email spammers and blogs with no evidence to back their fake reviews.

The idea behind this perverted narrative is that by passively using the automated Playboy Money Machine, you’ll be able to make fast money and ‘get laid’ all day long, surrounded by females who worship you day and night. The only thing that separates you from living the Playboy life is a deposit with one of the shady brokers that are collaborating with We registered a few accounts from different IPs and found that this web-based binary options software is not synced with regulated brokers, another very big red flag in case you are not sure this review covered enough.


We don’t feel as if it’s necessary to really get into all the details but besides the sleaziness, you’ll find many contradictions in the narrative. 30 people are invited to this “party” they’re having, while there are “50 spots left”… Early Beta Testers made money before this website came to existence and so on, the bottom line is that you have to take into consideration that all the different elements, such as the exit pop-up and the annoying widgets and up-sell bonus tactics, are common denominators that many scam sites share, as clearly exposed in almost every review we publish. Don’t let your curiosity get the best of you and invest money with the Playboy Money Machine Scam software, you are bound to lose your money and given no evidence and so many lies it would be foolish of you to fall for this ridiculous offer. These type of sites are like a plague in the binary options industry and our goal is to expose them one by one and assist day-traders who are searching for alternatives and safe opportunities.

Review Verdict: PlayBoy Money Machine is a SCAM!

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11 comments on “Playboy Money Machine is a SCAM!! Penetrating Review!
  1. My-My James says:

    I’m wary of any of these perverted/sleazy type of sites. You’re completely right about the dream selling. It’s feeding into society’s warped presentation of “every man’s dream”. It’s suspicious enough as is even without all the clear red flags like the countdown and limited spots left. I don’t know how anyone could look at that and not think they’re trying to play me for a sucker and steal all my money. It screams scam!
    On another note, I just want to say I love your blog’s article format. The review exhibiting extensive research backed by facts, the photos, the concluding argument, the clear bolded verdict, links to similar scams, and the suggestions of proper legit alternatives. Also love how your reviews are fair and even contain an element of compassion for us like you really and truly don’t want us to be scammed. Love and appreciate your honesty and hardwork to expose these scams! Thanks for another great article as always!

  2. Ernie J says:

    As a woman after going through the whole playboy Money Machine thing, i find it hilarious. You are right, there are not trying to attract any women with that. it is amusing how far scammers can go to out their message across. In Playboy Money Machine they are definitely trying to cloud the complete thinking capacity of men by putting their fantasies forward, hoping this might attract them. Most scam sites try to appeal to the greed in most of us or ignorance. this is very bold in that it wants to take complete and total advantage of us through our vices. it is a shame and a disgrace.

    Acts like this makes me think of the driving force behind all this. developing a site like this and employing actors and creating fake stories tells me there is some talent in the individuals behind it. so by putting their talents to such use, does it mean they are extremely greedy, wicked and just like robbing people of their income or maybe society might look unfair to them by not giving them what they think they deserve, in terms of the right job or a job in the first place, giving them in what they may feel no other option than to indulge in this type of bad activity. or were they born in some terrible circumstances and went through a ruff patch growing up that makes them feel indifferent towards the pain of others and now sadistic people.

    i ask all these and think these way because i don’t really kn ow if these guys deserve prison or therapy. if they go to jail they might look for smart ways to scam their inmates and stuff like that, or their case might be poorly persecuted and they might have a short time there meaning they will be back on the streets. so will they go back to it?

    these scams are seriously getting to many and the scammers are looking for smarter ways to outsmart our thinking. we really need to look into how to deter people from scamming. well we thank Watchdog for what it does.

  3. Jamie says:

    Wait, so let me get this straight – this site claims to make you a millionaire by essentially becoming a pimp? Wow, they are really praying on men’s so-called sexual nature aren’t they. Even if it wasn’t a scam it would still be insulting. Hopefully this one is obvious enough that it won’t trap many people…

  4. Clara Lavigne says:

    I completely agree with your opinion, it is very obvious that that is a pure scam and I can’t believe how people can actually believe in it and let themselves to waste their money on something like you. It was about time someone to write an review like this and open their eyes.

  5. Prefer not please.. says:

    Man honestly I am probably the only loser who is going to admit they got me. Lost my investment with Playboy Money Machine but it was only $500 they can have it and karma will take care of this James Benson one day.

  6. Jenna says:

    First thing, based on your review, I feel that Playboy Money Machine is nothing but a drama. Yes, the “real player” behind the scene knows well in playing with a male buyer’s psychology, they made up a rich, handsome, smart playboy from Harvard university, James Benson to show how good his life is to be surrounded by hot sexy women, in a way to project ” hey, follow me!” and suck all of our money. Watchdog, another thumbs-up for you!

  7. Luc Muller says:

    Today I received a short email invitation and I had a feeling you’re going to expose it since it relates to investment. Didn’t feel or smell right and I unsubscribed from the spammer, from past experience I know that if you don’t unsubscribe they will email you forever! Also they might pass it to other marketers who will send you other promotional offers so it’s never ending!

  8. WatchDog says:

    It’s one of the worst offers we stumbled upon for a very long time!

  9. Mohd Najib Mohd Amin says:

    OMG! Scammers getting insane from time to time!! For people out there especially young men, please be extra careful with this playboy money machine..its crystal clear scam! Don’t waste your time.. Thanks watchdog for this important review!

  10. Sarah says:

    Lol now they decided to shame women they crossed all borders. This Playboy Money Machine is disgusting!

  11. Don Campbell says:

    WOW they really went far with this one! I am 54 years old so they couldn’t fool me, I’ve seen it all by now. Thank you for the review and I hope that young men won’t buy it.

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