Push Money App is a SCAM!!! Unbiased Review!

The Push Money App is a dangerous SCAM, responsible for $1000’s of dollars in losses! In this review we will uncover the truth behind PushMoneyApp.com and the lies you’ve been spoon-fed by the alleged Dennis Moreland & Mike Callahan, who in reality are are the lowest of all actors. Prior to the release of this review we gathered solid evidence to support our conclusion versus the many claims and promises that are backed by absolutely nothing.

The high production cannot fool us and we can spot liars from miles away. Take for example the fake checks that “members” of the Push Money App Company allegedly received. The website PushMoneyApp.com didn’t exist in 2015 based on Whois.net and in fact it was created last month which doesn’t match the date of the check below:

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When was Push Money App Registered?

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Clearly the above check is fake and there’s also no such company located in 1500 SW Broadway, Portland, OR or anywhere else, Push Money APP is a fraud because you clearly can’t confirm their location, ownership, profits by members and everything they would like you to believe. Usually when you try to search for a business based on the address, you will find a match on Google but in this case you’ll find that it’s just a random address.

You can’t afford to fall for this one because based on many complaints we know that they managed to get members to deposit $10,000 in exchange for a matching bonus, which locks your money with the broker until you can generate an extremely large number of trades. This is an important piece of information that Push Money App is keeping from you. It’s not a free gift by Dennis Moreland, it’s a trap to get your money locked with the collaborating scam brokers!

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Not a Bonus, just another trap to get you to deposit more money with shady brokers.

This is also not an “invitation only” app, as anyone can join and lose money.

After we couldn’t confirm that this fake App is an actual registered business and exposed some of the many lies, we decided to see if Dennis Moreland & Mike Callahan are real guys so naturally we looked them up on LinkedIn, Facebook and Google but the names never matched any of the many pictures we found and we are not surprised for a minute. You might find their names mentioned on fake review sites that are clearly endorsing Push Money App, but anywhere else you’ll run out of luck because they are simply just clever and conning actors, paid to lie on camera and sell you dreams. This offer is very similar to FastCash.Biz which we exposed last year and received 100’s of negative comments by members who were scammed in an almost identical way.

Based on reports by subscribers who contacted us via Watchdog Complaint Center, we know that traders are only losing money with the fake App and hopefully this review will prevent potential, future victims from falling for the lies because every single member who emailed us reported losing their account balance!

Review Verdict: Push Money App is a SCAM!

 If you are not convinced that we’re dealing with a fraudulent money-making scheme after going through the facts we uncovered in this review, we encourage you to do your own research and you’ll reach the same verdict. We fear that this offer will continue and magnetize more victims and we encourage our readers to help share this warning on your Social Medias and in anyway you can so we can prevent them from stealing money from newbie day-traders who are looking for a serious day-trading opportunity. Please share your feedback below if you have any experiences, performance results or anything else to share with the binary options community.

For better alternatives to the Push Money App scam, we encourage readers to visit Watchdog’s Tested Signals, we only list services that we test and confirm by the testimonials and feedback of other day-traders. For help with disputes, complaints you can comment below or email us and we’ll assist you free of charge.



154 comments on “Push Money App is a SCAM!!! Unbiased Review!
  1. lindela says:

    thank you wacthdog for opening my mind becouse i just finished up filling the aplication though i haven’t deposited any cash and haven’t given them my acc derails…thought i had to confirm with u first wheather pma is acualy a scam or not and it turns its scam so thank you a lot

  2. Jan says:

    Thank goodness you’re on top of this!
    I get numerous emails saying my account now has huge amounts of money in it.
    I’ve been tempted to enter the info, but have learnt to read the reviews first!
    Thank you. Thank you.

  3. Adolpho says:

    Vieler vieler Dank fur dieser Informazionez!

  4. Sheldon Hannibal says:

    Sheldon Hannibal, my experience was that they went into my checking account and took $500.00 from my check card when they were suppose to take $250.00. Although I have not as of yet sent in the documents to verify the opening of my account.

  5. Mike says:

    Thank you very much Watchdog. I was sucked into the videos also and was just about to pull the trigger before I found your warnings. All my life I’ve lived by the code ‘If something seems too good to be true, it usually is,’ and you just helped me get my feet back on the ground. Thanks again for your help.

  6. Donna Marshall says:

    I gave initial information then quit when they ask for $250.00. I then received a call from a Florida number 305-239-9972. I told them I didn’t have the $250, he said through him I could pay $200.00. He said he would call me back next week to see if I have the $200.00. He said he was calling from Dalton…(something)

  7. Jess Bunch says:

    I got pma email, opened the site and started watching vidios. looked good, but, haven been a licensed fp I saw through the propaganda quickly. before I could get away from the site I got a phone call from a pma agent who’s job was to intice me into investing a min $250. got off phone and pulled up you’re reports. thank you so much for you’re services.

  8. Karim says:

    Thanks watchdog. We are day traders and without help of you we will be penniless. Please stay with us with your reviews and suggestions so that we can only live our life without scam!!!

  9. Andrea says:

    Push Money created fake accounts on Shutterfly then sent me emails saying they “processed a payment”. I had no idea who they were. They contacted me thru the Shutterfly site. I reported them to Shutterfly. Obviously there was nothing processed on my end. They lie in an email to get me to click on their link. I logged on to my Shutterfly account and sure enough there were two sites they created on Shutterfly and they added me to it along with dozens if not hundreds of other Shutterfly members. I knew it was a scam from the beginning. I reported them to Shutterfly but I cannot get my email removed from their Shutterfly site. So now they can send me weekly emails thru Shutterfly. I will unfortunately have to disable my account with Shutterfly unless Shutterfly can shut them down.

  10. Arnold Borge says:

    I signed up with the push money app , there recommended broker Dalton Finance . I deposited $300.00 with them . Is there anyway possible that I can get my money back ? I just started sending them the documents that they require . But I haven’t completed sending the documents . Is there anything I can do ?

  11. Mickael K. says:

    I received an E-Mail from them. It showed a video with other members ,showed his phone with a changing account balance which on his ohone was always going up in value.Not once in the video did it tell you how things worked and how you were making money by signing up with them. That right there made me wary of everything they said and showed.I am not rich m=by any means am disabld and on a fixed income which really made me wish it were true so I could make additional cash to help me out.BUT NOTHING EXPLAINED HOW THEY DO IT. IF THEY SHOW YOU PEOPLE MAKING MONEY ON THERE WEBSITE AND HAPPY THEY HAVE DONE IT AND IT ALL SOUNDED TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE AND AFTER READING THE REVIEWS I FOUND THE ONLY ONES THAT MADE MONEY WERE THE MAKERS OF THE E-MAIL . IT SEEMS THET EVERYONE WHO PUT ANY MONEYT IN HAD THAT MONEY DISAPEAR FROM THEIR ACCOUNTS. YOUR MONEY WOULD GO IN AND THEY PRETTY MUCH TOOK IT OUT,STEALING THE MONEY FROM YOUR ACCOUNT YOU SET UP WITH THEM. THE ONLY ONES WHO ARE MAKING MONEY ARE THE PRIMARY’S OF THEIR SO CALLED COMPANY .THEY MAKE THERE MONEY BY STEALING YOUR FUNDS YOU DEPOSIT WITH THEM. FROM ALL I HAVE READ ABOUT THEM IT IS A SCAM THAT THE PRIMARY COMPANY HOLDRS THE TWO GUYS MAKE ALL THEIR MONEY FROM THOSE WHO BELIEVE THEY COULD DO WORK FOR THEIR COMPANY ,BUT YOU HAVE TO LOOK AT IT THIS WAY WHY ARE YOU REQUIERED TO DEPOSIT MONEY WITH THEM IF IT IS A JOB OPURRTUNITY WHY ARE YOU PAYING THEM TO WORK FOR THEM? I FEEL SORRY FOR ALL THOSE WHO WERE SCAMMED WHO WERE MOST IKELY GOOD PEOPLE AND LIKE ME ON A FIXED INCOME ON DISABILITY WHICH YOU WANT TO BE PRODUCTIVE AND WORK ON SOMETHING THAT ALLOWS YOU TO KEEP YOUR DIGNITY WHILE WORKING AT A SO CALLED LEGITAMITE JOB. THESE PEOPLE HAVE TO BE SCUM TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THOSE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR A JOB,AND HONEST WORK ONLY TO FIND OUT YOU ARE THE MARK THEY USE TO FILL THEIR POCKETS WITH YOUR MONEY YOU DEPOSIT IN THE REQUIRED ACCOUNT. YOU LOOSE YOUR MONEY AND THEY WIN GETTING RICH BY SCAMMING GOOD HONEST PEOPLE WHO TRUSTED THEM. AFTER READING ALL THE COMMENTS I SEE IT IS A SCAM AND AM GLAD WITH THE INTERNET I COULD CHECK UP ON THEM AND FIND OUT IT IS A SCAM. I WONDER WHY THE GOVERNMENT HAS NOT GONE AFTER THEM YET OR IF THEY HAVE FOR SECURITY FRAUD AND A SCAM.

  12. DeMar says:

    wow guys thanks a lot I was going to open an account with them so glad I did not and feel really bad for those of you that did and lost….

  13. Pam says:

    I fell for it too, only the 250, but the is a lot of money to us. To make it worse, I decided to not tell anyone, including my husband. Guess I wanted to surprise everyone with money I thought I would get through this Push Money, binary trading. Anyway a couple of days later I got a call from some guy who was going to guide me through binary trading. But things got ugly when he asked for $5000.00 and I said I did not have that kind of money to put into something I knew very little about. That is one pile of money. Anyway, he got quite grumpy and said well how much did I have and I refused to tell him. He said I obviously did not want to make money and hung up. Haven’t heard from him, but keep getting lots of emails from Pushmoney.

  14. keith says:

    not going to deposit a dime!

  15. KDave says:

    Push Money was/is using a porn shot on a legitimate news website to entice people to enter and view their video. If that doesn’t say scam what does. Beware everyone. Push to find something legit!

  16. Santana says:

    I just received an invite in my email, glad I decided to check this article before reading any further. Thanks for the article and comments! Very helpful.

  17. AJ says:

    So many ads for so many ways to make fast money… Like everyone else, I’m interested, who wouldn’t be? Every time a new one comes out I search for evidence that it works, and I inevitably end up here at BinaryOptionsWatchdog. Thanks to you I haven’t signed-up for any of these scams. I may be broke, and still looking for an opportunity to earn extra money, but thanks to Watchdog at least I haven’t been a victim of these scams. Thank-you.

  18. Johnny valle says:

    Thank you make the right decision to not scam

  19. Linda says:

    John I am so glad you shared your experience in detail. I watched the video and to tell you the truth I thought the partner they discussed in the video that they let go due to his stealing money from them was a red flag in itself. Putting his picture in the video and then claiming he is a thief is a law suit waiting to happen so why would they take a chance of giving him another opportunity to take more of the companies money?
    Thank you Watchdog for your work in protecting people from scams like this one.

  20. Mark says:

    Anyone interested in trading on any level. Listen I have traded options for a long time… Options are a great way to trade, much better and if done properly safer than stock alone. But you need to know what your doing, when I say you I mean you personally. Not another person doing it for you. It requires hard work and vigilance and some degree of luck, but mostly well informed decisions. The market is a perfect place to realize that your potential gain always always always equals your willingness to except an equal amount of risk. There is no legal loopholes there is no fast risk free ride. If anyone ever tells you they can do otherwise it’s a lie. The market will never allow it. And to me that’s nice to know. My advice is learn the ropes and make your own decide you money.

  21. Pam says:

    I lost 250.00 no call back to start only more money5000.00 or more needed trying to get money back since June 3 can u help ?

  22. Annabelle says:

    Je viens d’être victime d’une arnaque aux sentiments du cœur

    Moi c’est Mme Annabelle Dumont, je suis sur ce forum pour parler de mon expérience que j’ai vécue sur le net. J’ai rencontré un homme sur un site de rencontre du nom de Paul Lechat, et nous avons échangé nos adresses E-mails pour mieux converser. Tout allait bien entre nous, et je suis tombé amoureuse de lui, après un mois de conversation, il m’a dit qu’il partait en Afrique précisément en cote d’ivoire pour le boulot une fois dans ce pays, il a eu un problème avec la voiture de location qu’il avait loué, car elle était volée alors il devait payer une amende de 5 200 euros, mais il n’avait pas cette somme, c’est alors qu’il m’a demandé de lui prêter cette somme, ce que j’ai faire par mandat WESTERN UNION la semaine qui a suivi, il m’a encore demandé une somme de 3 700 euros, car il venait de se faire agresser, je lui ai encore envoyé ça par mandat WESTERN UNION Ensuite, il m’a demandé un somme de 1800 euros, car il devait payer sa chambre d’hôtel, car on lui menaçait de le jeter à la porte-là, j’ai commencé à douter de sa sincérité alors j’ai expliqué mon cas à une amie qui ma mise en contact avec Mr le LIEUTENANT FRANCK PERRIN la Police Interpol P L C C ( plateforme de Lutte Contre la Cybercriminalité ) qui m’a beaucoup aidé.
    En effet, il m’a démontré que s’était de l’arnaque alors il m’a aidé à me faire rembourser avec un dédommagement de 1000 euros, je vous laisse son adresse e-mail toutes les personnes victimes d’arnaques quel que soit l’arnaque, vous pouvez contacter le LIEUTENANT FRANCK PERRIN sur son adresse émail.

    Pour ceux qui sont dans une situation d’arnaque prenez contact avec le LIEUTENANT FRANCK PERRIN

    Merci

    Cordialement, Annabelle

  23. evawoodmarket71 says:

    Well I saw this ad on You tube . So I decide to sign up. Then they say to deposit $250 to start trading . Well it is a good thing I did not have the money to deposit. For some reason I went on the search engine to get back on the Push money application website then come across a website that say Push money apl.com is a scam . I am glad I found out it is a scam. I never trade on a stock market . It was easy for me to fall for it. In the video they made it look like all you have to do is push the button then 60 minutes your account will grow extra money. This is a ponzie scheme you ask me, Then this morning I went on the website to login .The error message came up either the login or password is put in incorrect. Well I left the website, I am on a fix income that dose not cover all my bills. I am looking for ways to make extra money to cover my bills,

  24. Brian Holmes says:

    I came pretty close to falling for this scam. glad i saw all this first!

  25. Sue says:

    John, go to your credit card company and tell them that you didn’t authorize the transaction and you should get your money back. Since it’s a scam clearly the company won’t reply. It worked for me.

  26. draga says:

    I got into a trap, too, but….when I put my name and email in PushMoney app I was brought up to IvoryOptions and their broker called me immediately. And as I wasn’t foolish enough I paid US$250 as initial deposit via my credit card. When I heard broker’s speech about success and then he asked me to get my permission to call VISA to max my account to $20K I realized how big of a fool I am and I stopped any further conversation with the guy. I now cannot get my 250 back as a refund on the same credit card, as they want me to give them color copies of my driver’s licence, credit card etc to identify my identity to give me a refund. It’s my first and definitely last time in my life falling for something like this. At least, I feel better knowing that I am not alone getting into this trap.

  27. redemption says:

    you are all fucking idiots to be honest to believe so such bullshit, if you are that dumb you deserve to be scammed

  28. Dave says:

    OMG I sat and watched the whole video! I have seen some bad acting in my 53 years but the 4 testers unbelievable I am down to the bare bones in my bank account and owe 1000s but I’m not falling for this scam or any other scam like this! That’s how I got here in the frist place fell for a scam hook line and sinker they cleaned out my bank account over night !

    • WatchDog says:

      The video is longer than a documentary.. they went really far with this one. We give you credit for watching the entire thing Dave and not falling for it. It’s designed by the most advanced and professional scam-artists is existence possibly.

  29. Lucy says:

    Gracias. Muchas gracias por su informacion de alerta, es exactamente la referencia que estaba buscando de estos estafadores.

  30. Brandy Restina says:

    Push Money app. Has Fake actors, The one skinny black haired guy that is at the party, a client that won alot, he is also the same actor, in the Adderley code, video… the skinny freak dancing on the boat with the Red Sunglasses. They all look at him because he looks idiotic dancing on the Boat. Same Freaking actor. The Red glasses, sun shades really don’t hide the guy. Makes him stand out more, 5.00 bad actors. Ugggh, I litterly watch all these damn ass videos just to laugh. They really do use the search formula for the videos, I swear it’s all Lame, check out the videos, same freaky actor, he Sucks. And Lies way to much. I wonder how he sleeps at night knowing he’s a scammer, con, slug. It’s just Ignorant, really though. Cheers to you Watch Dog…. for helping the little guys out. I’m so glad to have you here helping us out with catching these Jerks, I enjoy telling you my details I catch in these Lame Ass Scam videos. Truly appreciate Watch Dog?

  31. Maree says:

    Fantastic work I just saved my hard earned money and sick of binary option scammers I am swamped by them calling n emails every day I don’t know who to believe anymore n has actually turned me off binary as it’s just like gambling .. And arseholes are all sitting in a room on phones all over the world scamming I have heard a lot of background conversations when they have rang and it’s not professional yelling to each other prob because they scored money from some poor hard workin individual just soo wrong ? if you make ..so much money why do they chase the min deposit ? so hard I said to them …how bout you just let me have a trading account and then take the $250 min off me in the 1st 10 mins of trading if it was soo good nah ha ha !! Nothing but scammers ?

  32. Tina says:

    I’m SO GLAD I read these reviews! I too live on SS Disability and was about to deposit the $250 that they requested when all of a sudden it popped up that this was not a secure site. So I logged out checked with you guys. Thanks so much for all of you who warned us that is not SCAM!! You saved me from losing what little money I have!! Again Thanks!!

  33. Magdalena says:

    I sent an email to you guys of binary option watchdog, hope you get it, I need help to fight Option King scammers.

    • WatchDog says:

      Hi Magdalena, We just received your email thank you. This is not the first complaint we received on Option King and we’re compiling all the information. We will email you back with information on various courses of action you can take at this point.

  34. Sarah says:

    They sent email to my spouse and said he had some commissions and said he had to have an open account to get his commissions. Well then the told him they would put in 2000.00, if he would put in 500.00. Well he did, on a credit card today. Is it too late to stop this transaction?

  35. MAGDALENA says:

    I was scammed, try to dispute with the bank and the Option King trading people sent a bunch of transactions that I didn’t made and false statements. What big FAT LIARS. Feeling hopeless here. $5000 of my hard earned money in the pocket of these SCAMMERS. So sad 🙁

  36. Peter says:

    What I don’t understand is how do they get the visa/Mastercard company to handle there transactions for them. Surely visa don’t just give that sort of access easily. Or maybe they do. That must be a lot easier than I thought. Either that and they tricked them too. I have just seen online you can by into copyright for your business. Guess how much for £28.00 oh my god. I got fooled too. I tried for $250 but I was lucky enough that my bank didn’t authorise the payment. Had to report card as stolen. Load of hassle. I just cannot believe just how easy it is for these people to do what thay do. It’s outrageous!
    Remember guys that as time goes on the scammers will get better and better so always be on guard to there tricks. Remember. They will try anything. And they will always try to rush you into it so you do not have time to think twice about it. 100% SCAM I do not know how these people can live with themselves.

    Peter

  37. col says:

    why cant you look at the terms and conditions before giving all your details !!!!!!
    a bit dodgy i think

  38. Idar says:

    even so – the money is deposited with a broker – not PushMoneyApp (previously called FastCash, and before that CashCode – IT’s THE SAME – I know. However all of them is crap. GEtting your/our dollars back from the broker though, is normally not a problem. BELIEVE ME – I have tried it with this (these) software/broker context.

  39. K says:

    I’m always weary of having to invest my own money in order to make more from a get rich quick scheme. That’s the first sign of FRAUD. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is! I hope anybody that got caught in this scam can get their money back. Thanks Watch Dog!

  40. KB says:

    well this system is interesting to say the least :Binary option are illegal in Aussie because they are not really trades they rely on option(like insurance option) but they don’t work in this day and age because the market are like a roller coster that the option doesnt make money in a 24hr period which is how long it has to expired

    So as far a these scammers i pretended to not know any about the markets and just listen to what they had to say and they were sales people not brokers ,they had a sales pitch not a brokers pitch ,In Aus all broker have to disclose the market exposure and cannot ask for funds .I then proceeded to advise the Guys that i am a ex-commercail trader(Fund Manager) and proceed to explain option (naked put and open option ) by he then changed his pitch back to asking me for my credit card detail.

    stay away from these guys they are frauds and scammers

  41. Tom says:

    I just found out these guys are going to be brought up on Federal FRAUD charges by the FBI, which will carry sentencing of 10 to 20 year prison sentencing if found guilty.

    • WatchDog says:

      Hi Tom, that’s pretty harsh but should satisfy many people. Where did you get this information from if we may ask?

  42. ninsiima says:

    Hey Guys thanks for this, i leave and work in Uganda East Africa i got an email and tried to register. When i reached the page for credit details i gave and was told on it that this could be my last chance, 5 days later a guy calls asking for credit card details and new password. Who told him i needed a new password. This must be a scam

  43. Kevin says:

    I’m sick and tired of scammers that prey on unknowing people and take their life’s savings! I would throw them all in jail if I could and I don’t understand how, after all this time, there still aren’t laws that would protect us all from these types of scams. It’s obvious (for many years now) that there are many internet scams so why aren’t the authorities doing anything about it? Push Money App is just one of the many, many total fakes out there.

  44. Ed says:

    Not sure how the video come on my computer, but last night it did. I watched it, gave them my email and phone number. I did not give them money, but received a call the next day. I told them that I would need to do more research on Push Money, and the call ended quickly after that. I will stay away. Remember if it sound to good to be true it most likely is!

  45. Jamie says:

    Maybe I’ve just been around on the internet too long, but I really don’t see how people fall for any of these things. I feel like its common sense to never send large sums of money via the internet without extensive background research on your investment that gives you full trust in the other party.

  46. justin says:

    Cant u just trace there ip from the email they send

  47. Wade says:

    Thanks for the warning and the kind encouragement to those victimized. This reminds me of some guy named Paul. Best.

  48. Kelly Daniel says:

    I was just about to register then I decided to check them out. Glad I did.

  49. Raven Santos says:

    I am an investor and would like to seek opportunities to grow my finances. I came across this apps and i was really impressed with their video but as wise investor, you must also think who will you trust your money. Yes, it is true that you can earn in binary option but you must also consider whom are you partnering with. Not all things in internet is true. Let’s be vigilant about it. Simple rule of investing. If it is true good to be true, it must be scam!

  50. leoniehenskie says:

    Just watched their video and thought OK lets try this until it got to deposit page. When they say they want you to make a deposit I stopped and thought I need to check and see what the facts are on this. This was shown to me by an Email blaster Desktop Lightning. And from What I have seen he has sent a number of these trading options things out.

    Thank you for the review and the feedback from others

  51. Joe says:

    Google it–The first thing I do after receiving a stupid unsolicited email, in this case push money, so now I have confirmed my suspicion, it is a scam. Never sign up for anything unsolicited until you check it out on Google. This is the best advice I can pass on and of course I pass on push money?

  52. Cat says:

    I got a text message linked to this app. So weird!

  53. YagirlApril says:

    Watchdog is the bomb.com! Ha! Thanks so much for your no scam campaign to inform people like myself. Now, I have to call my sister, who sent me this email and warn her. I always do my homework on anyone or questionable opportunity that at first says it will cost me nothing and then proceeds to ask for an investment, donation, or purchase. Those things, last time I checked are costs. Lol. “Too good to be true” means just that. It isn’t true.

  54. Rene Hernandez says:

    Some how I can not get in past the register, and will not go to deposit

  55. Rodney Mielke says:

    Thank you Watchdog for being on top of this I was going to invest next week but decided to do a little research first and found this site

  56. G. says:

    I really appreciate your website and others who are warning of these low down predatory scammers.

    I had been ridiculously spammed daily with emails to sign up on Pushmoneyapp.com When I finally watched the video – something about them smelled of con artists. I guess after watching and having been scammed by pitch videos myself, I can finally sniff out poor acting skills. I admit they make the offer sound good – like many I really wanted to believe them — until I looked closely at the checks they flashed on the screen, heard some discrepancies in their stories, read their Terms of Use which relinquished them of any all responsibilities for losses or changes on their site And found they are affiliated with a media/marketing company called “MTS Advertise OU” located at Punani in Estonia – that sealed the deal for me & I shut the video down.

    Now I know to also check here to verify my suspicions before signing up for any trading sofrware. Thanks again!

  57. Penelope says:

    Thing funny part was the chubby fat girl going on the Laptop & PRETENDING to Make Money… The whole lot of them are pathetic actors/actresses & the house they do the video from is a HIRED house, not the old guys house like they say… Time to play games with them….
    Karma, eventually they’ll get there’s!!!

  58. Eugene White says:

    I stopped when they wanted me to fund my account. Today I received a email saying that there is activity of a deposit of 1129.25.I never gave them any bank account info.

  59. Richard Weeks says:

    I OPENED 2 ACCOUNTS TO GET INTO THE PUSH MONEY SOFTWARE I KEPT GETTING ROBOT LIKE ANSWERS I TRIED THE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS THEY WANT 5,000 OR 10,000 TO DO BINARY TRADES AND WERE VERY UP FRONT THEY DON’T HAVE A PHONE NUMBER FOR THESE PEOPLE AND THAT THE ONLY WAY TO MAKE TRADES IS THRU THEM .THE THING IS ONE OF THE BEST SCAMS AND HEART BREAKER I HAVE EVER SEEN I OWE THE IRS 32,000. I WAS BLINDED I AM GOING TO GET THEM TO REFUND MY MONEY THEY SAID THEY WOULD OVER 500 DOLLARS

  60. WatchDog says:

    Hi AK, Usually the email-marketers use systems such as iContacts and at the bottom of each email swipe they send you, there’s an unsubscribe option. If they don’t have one, you need to report them: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0038-spam

  61. Roger Neumann says:

    Marius, don’t give them any money whatsoever. If a broker calls you, hang up.Do not give out any personal or banking information.

  62. Kevin Keller says:

    I lost $5,000 in an online scam just like push money! Mine was from a video I watched by a fat ugly guy with the last name of “Green” I can’t remember his fake first name. I was SO stupid to fall for his BS!! The “broker” I chose (which was 1 of 3 choices I was offered at the end of the paid actors fake video) was Option Mint. After getting started with $250 as I was informed to do in the scam, they called me almost immediately after my deposit went through and told me my best opportunity to gain wealth the fastest way was to deposit 5K. I fell for the lies after they said they’d bonus me with 5K on top of that. So I suddenly had 10K now! Awesome right!! WRONG! The very next day my account went from 10K to less than 1K! I knew right then I had been scammed! Do NOT fall for ANY of these get rick fast trading scams!! They are ALL fake if they promise you quick riches and if they try to “bonus” you or “match” your deposit. They offer this FAKE money to get you to deposit your REAL HARD EARNED money! And when you lose money (and LOSE MONEY YOU ABSOLUTELY WILL) it’s YOUR money that flys out the window FIRST!! Not their fake monopoly money! Don’t be stupid! Don’t get suckered like I stupidly did! Steer clear of all binary trading platforms except for proven reliable companies that are registered and real. And put your trust in Binaryoptionswatchdog!

  63. Marius says:

    I too recieved the invitation and registered, but i havent invested any money , am i safe from their speculations?!

    • Lowell says:

      You will be bombarded by e-mail … sometimes several a day … telling you about the thousands of dollars you already have in your account. It is all a lie. The bombardment may last up to a month. I even received phone calls from them, asking why I had n’t “funded” my account yet.

  64. NANCY MULFORD says:

    Hello could you shed any info about Lie Detector Millionaire

  65. NANCY MULFORD says:

    Hello Watchdog, I am reading about the PMA. Its too late for me now , I deposited $250.00 with CToption trading. I sent all those compliance requirements to CToption and they emailed me that now I can start trading. But I requested for CToption to return my deposit to me but until now my request has not been processed. Could you help me? Thanks in advanced. This been going on since 02/24/2016. I just want my money back from CToption.

  66. Robert Taylor says:

    I watched the video and cannot believe anyone would respond. I loved the talking towards the first camera and having a second camera film them from the side. Dramatic! But the real kicker was towards the end when the original Beta testers were asked how much they had made. If you had looked a the current number of clients @ 14,000 or so and then the money that had been made this year $4,500,000.00 give or take a few $100,000.00 you would have seen that the money that the Beta team said they made amounted to around 80% of the years total. Too bad for the 14,000 other people. When they would not let you continue signing up without checking that you agree with the terms and conditions that were not listed for you to review everyone should have RUN RUN RUN!!! away.

  67. Theresa says:

    Signed up with pma early March. Glenridge Capital claimed they were the recommended broker. I deposited $400. I was given a $400 bonus. A broker named Nicolas said he would give me a free trial after trying to convince me to send more money. I told him I didn’t have any more money. After the free trial I had a balance around $1900. Nicolas called and said to continue trading for me I would need to invest more. I had told him from the beginning, I’m disabled and don’t have much of an income. He said OK. He would put my account to trade automatically. The next day, my balance was $24.00. I don’t know how I will recover financially and emotionally. I basically doing trust anyone anymore. I was such a fool.

  68. MURPHY says:

    WOW PEOPLE ARE THERE STILL PEOPLE OUT THERE YHAT STILL FALL FOR THESE GET RICH QUICK SCAMS TOU PEOPLE ARE LETTING THESE PEOPLE GET RICH ITS LIKE BUYING SOMETHING THAT COST 1000 FOR 50 BUCKS FROM A JUNKIE YOU THINK YOU ARE GETTING A GREAT DEAL BUT FOR A GREAT DEAQL THERE ARE CONCEQUENCES LIKE THE PERSON THAT THAT JUNKIE ROBBED IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE IT PROBABLY IS A SCAM I HAVE A PERSONAL RULE IF I CANT SEE IT FEEL IT OR WHEN I GOOGLE THE COMPANY NAME AND FIND ALL NEGATIVE FEEDBACK I STAY AWAY YOU ALL SHOULD DO THE SAME

  69. chamire says:

    how do i delete my account on push money

  70. Sorutan Emiya says:

    lol

  71. WatchDog says:

    We are just as worried! Don’t underestimate the sophistication of the scam-artists who are behind the Push Money App. It’s a clever production and many people assume that fancy looking services are better than poorly designed websites. In reality, real day-traders don’t have time or the knowledge to come up with Hollywood type campaigns.. so many day-traders fall into the hands the marketing crooks.

  72. Mark says:

    Looks like I just got scamed?how do i get my money back? I deposit $250,I dont see any trade yet…but i want it back…

  73. Roger Neumann says:

    I want to thank watchdog because now whenever I receive these emails about binary deals I always come here first. I have no clue why Gary Ambrose is associating himself with this scam. He used to offer recommended links to legitimate online businesses.Thanks for providing this help.You have provided warnings for me multiple times over the past 6-9 months.

  74. Sohail says:

    I am not late because i knew this all scam all deceivers here always make public fool

  75. Denise says:

    I made 2 deposits because I fell for the sign up with the “Upgrade Link” that Push Money sent out after my very first sign up. So I deposited a total of $800.00. I did this with my bank debit card. After I made my deposits I figured out Push Money was a scam. Therefore, I did not do any trading. Never used a dime of my $800.00. I reported the scam to my banking institution & they are filing their complaint & putting $800.00 back into my account. I don’t know who you all bank with, but you might call your bank & tell them you lost your money on an Internet scam. Give it a try. I feel very fortunate that my bank will do that for me. I’m not buying into any internet business opportunity again. Too many scams. Don’t receive the help promised. Basically a waste of my time. There’s no golden goose on the Internet. So stop wasting your valuable time here on earth. Call your bank & report the scam & see if they will put your money back into your account. Worth your time to look into that one.

  76. John dixon says:

    Is b4binary a scam also
    please email me at minimillardvan@gmail.com
    thanks John

  77. Yassin says:

    Tak for oplysningerne i forbindelse med dette. Jeg råder alle til væk fra disse type virksomhed, om de er på ferie eller andet ting hvis ikke here i denmark og er godkendt. IKKE TILLID En person, der anmoder dine penge i PROFESSIONAL. især når du går til Dubai eller Storbritannien disse type mennesker er tryllekunstnere…… I saved my self for the last minute. thanks big WATCH DOG!!!

  78. Stanley Ehnis says:

    I sent $550 to Grey Mountain Management for Fast Cash Biz. I didn’t get a receipt so I don’t know the Broker. I’ve asked for help to get my money back, but no answers.

  79. Brian Holmes says:

    I tried a similar one and it appears they are all pretty much the same. They start out asking you to fund your account with $250 without much instruction. then when you lose that $250 they suggest you deposit more, a lot more and then suddenly they have very concise instructions. Its very sad, these people have no soul. Its all about taking your hard earned money. I’m sure they sleep quite well at night with no conscience. Sure wish i had that $250 back but i did learn a valuable lesson. that being said I hope a lot more people don’t fall for that and keep the $250 for themselves. I don’t think there is any “push button” binary that actually works. You have to put in the work and research and even then there are no guarantees. You may still lose money. You should never invest more than you can afford to lose.

  80. Geunae Prinsloo says:

    I just found an advert on facebook placed by a man called Grey Lawson. He posted the ad on a group called “BUSINESS, JOBS, OPPORTUNITIES – SOUTH AFRICA”. Thank God I read your review.

  81. kristin brooks says:

    you saved me and my fiances life watchdog. im glad someone out in the world is doing the right thing. i believe there should be a government program that investigates and shuts down these sites before a lot of people get scammed.

  82. Pearl Lewis says:

    I want an internet job and I clicked on to their video. Sounded all good— and some of the people a little phony but I sent them an email with my concerns about the $250.00 they wanted right up front. They did not respond to my email just kept sending their emails that I need to activate soon or the money will go to the next in line. So I texted my friend in Australia and he said its a scam don’t do it. So Thank God I am deleting all their emails and blocking them

  83. Rob S says:

    Dear people, I’m sorry but if you think you can get rich quick, I don’t feel bad at all for falling for this garbage out there. It’s always the same & will always be the same. Everyone thinks they’re going to win the lottery, or win the jackpot, but who actually wins, them? Very very very few, statistically speaking one out of a hundred million. Now for the important part, learn how to save your money & learn how to make more money & stop buying into this garbage.You’d be surprised, your lifestyle might improve with money, but your life might actually dwindle… People,especially, close family will loathe you, your relationships with friends & family will never be the same again, there is absolutely no love for men with money, they are a walking atm machine for women. There are so much more negative things attached to having wealth that I did not mentioned. Enough money will absolutely corrupt & destroy you & those around you. You have been warned.

  84. William Bridgers says:

    Thanks, Watchdog. You are my “go-to” guys for online opportunities that appear to be scams. I got my invitation in my regular inbox. I wonder how they missed being filtered to my scam folder. They certainly will be in the future. Never EVER invest in a money scheme on line. Even if it is legit, you will eventually lose your money when they have earned several million for themselves and close the site and move to Brazil.

  85. Emilia says:

    Hi everyone after reading all the comments I can see the scam they ask for my id credit car and bill it took a month for them to accept all the information I got Porter finance as my broker I went to there site and my 250 dollars were gone and 2days but the thing it got me is the first day a I used the app worked I made $ 40 the first night and them stop working so the got my information now ,I’m going to the bank and change my debit card just in case. What really me got no Tel number you can never talk to anybody.I would like to do something to stop this people.
    Thanks

  86. Lowell says:

    Thank you, Watchdog, for providing this service. Push Money App is just the latest in a recent proliferation of BOT scams. While I very quickly recognized the warning signs on PMA, because I did not exercise due diligence before making my deposit with a different BOT scam, Allgotrade, I lost the $250 I “invested” there. Here are some points that are good for people to know:
    1. The USA addresses used by the scammers are, for the most part, fake addresses. The e-mail addresses they use to send out their crap do not accept e-mail … they are out-bound only. The phone numbers they use are largely inaccessible, although a call may occasionally get through.
    2. The “accredited” or “certified” or “reliable” or “outstanding” or “reputable” brokerage to which you will be “assigned” by your scammer may well be the same brokerage to which many (or all) others have been assigned, only under a different name. This brokerage will be located in England (United Kingdom) (Great Britain), clearly immune to the laws of the United States, and for all practical purposes, out-of-reach of international trade agreements or enforcement mechanisms.
    3. The “personal broker” assigned to your account will probably make a couple of successful trades for you, then call you to con you into making a larger deposit … without regard to how large or how small was your initial deposit. You will be told that a larger deposit is necessary for the broker to continue to make trades for you personally.
    4. The “matching deposit” will most likely never show up in your account unless you specifically ask about it … then insist on it.
    5. When you realize that your only smart move is to withdraw your money, you will find that under the “terms and conditions” they have in place you have to jump through a series of inane hoops before you can make any withdrawal … including a 30-day waiting period during which you must complete a ridiculously high minimum number of trades.
    6. The computerized trading platform used by the scammers is almost a joke. It is apparently serviced in the island country of Maldives, located in the Indian Ocean. It appears to not be modern (possibly even archaic), it is slow, unstable, subject to frequent malfunction, often inaccessible for extended periods of time, even as trading is taking place. If any logarithms are in use for the DIY trader, they are not apparent, and if they are in use at all, are probably of an older vintage, not up-to-date for the high-percentage of success ballyhooed for a modern Binary Option Trading platform. My personal opinion is that the scammers’ platform does not even use a forecasting logarithm.
    7. If you insist on robot trading, which is what sells the program to most people in the first place, you will be told that the robot is very unreliable, has a poor performance record, trades only three or four days a week, does only four or five trades a day (at best), and may actually lose more than it wins. If you persist, auto robot trading will be initiated on your account, and within the first week you will be shown that everything negative you were told about their robot platform is true.

    I sincerely hope this information is helpful to a lot of readers. And once again, sic ‘em, Wathdog!

  87. Darlene Harris says:

    I just received an e-mail to watch their video. I did and the thing that turned me off was it showed a check mark that I agree to the terms and conditions. Like really they never went over them in detail. So I jumped on another computer, so glad I did, thanks Watchdog/ I might have been vulnerable and fell for this, now for sure I will not. March 13,2016. So sorry for the other people. Big turn off was they wanted all my information from my credit card. I thought sure, so they will automatically charge my credit card. I got scammed on a new weight loss program that cost almost $2,000.00. Same information on the internet for free. if you report them, they can sue you. Lovely, that’s what happens when you are vulnerable.

  88. George says:

    Hm interesting how much knowledge it will to take this fake advertisement of the stream.
    I did try to deposit the minimum of $250 but in Canadian funds. It did not get true,and god was behind me that time. I did research about where the money are going to be deposited and believe or not I found the final destination in Slovakia, Bratislava deposit account. I knew right this is a scam.

  89. Adrian says:

    Thanks for the feedback. I watched roughly 45 minutes of video and was prepared to for for it with the minimum deposit of 250 because I had some extra money just to see…fortunately we’re in the middle of a windstorm, lost power, monitors went dead right in the middle of entering my info. I took that as a sign. Decided to see what the feedback is on PMA and found this string. Thank you for saving me $250 and disappointment down the road!!!

  90. sammy says:

    Thanks Watchdog, I received strange e-mails and curiously deceided to open. After reading out found interesting and deceided to join the train. I did all what they asked me, watch videos everyday, click buttons all day long and many words that really can influence you if you really need money or like investments. After that, I started receiving more e-mails from all angles pushing me to deposite $250 to fund my accounts and so on. Thereafter, I’ll receive more e-mails with good funds that even I have never asked. Many people from the PMA. group like Ana, Jerry, M. Dennis, David, Amy, Mary Wicker, Support Manager, Elite Member and many others. So, I though to myself,no, this is strange, I’ll check there activities from the best (“BRAIN MARKER”) GOOGLE.
    Well, I saw WATCHDOG and he save me from this fake fast brain business. We must be together to put them to jail as well as their fake brokers, they are all the same GANGS.
    I really advise people to get off from this FAKE businees, PUSH MONEY APP is a fake business and does not exist. BE VERY CAREFULL they are very smart.
    Thank you for your advise WATCHDOG!!!!

  91. Norry David says:

    thanks for explanation towarsd this money push app, today 12/03/16 i just about to make a deposit $250 to this company,but tnks for what you all share,it makes me now trust you people.

  92. Jeanie ADKINS-PEINE says:

    I, too, was scammed out of $550.00. I am a Military Widow and when my husband died my income was reduced by 90%, I invested $250.00 with FastCash & $300.00 with PushMoney. I am so desperate for an increase of income to stay alive that I was stupid enough to fall for their pitch. Both of my deposits were made by credit cards. I could never get into my account with FastCash because my deposit was never applied. Their representative by Chat promised that the error would be corrected. I deposited on 01/09/2016. Still have no account. The same with PushMoney which $300.00 was confirmed by Morton Finance but cannot get into account because the deposit circle has an XX in it. Someone from Morton called me and said the deposit had been changed to $300.00. Just that the website had not been corrected. I will contact my credit card card holders and see if they can help me. I am not in a position tho lose that much money. Yes, I should have caught the scam. My state of affairs had me reaching for straws. A terrible mistake!

  93. Chip says:

    Isint this a federal crime? Can’t you send this to them?

  94. Jan says:

    This Dennis keeps on emailing me and calling me. Thank God i didnt pursue on joining after reading this review. But I have one other problem with Ivory Option who tried to get 250$ on my acct. I already filed a complain thru the bank. I just hope they will stop calling me. Thank you for sharing the review.

    • Karl from Canada says:

      It is interesting that you should mention Ivory option. I still have an outstanding withdrawal request with them. It has been 7 days since the request. According to their chat person I need to wait a full 7 business days. A very aggressive senior sales person called me from Ivory option in order to try to reverse my decision to leave. The conversation deteriorated to the point that I had to hang up. He called back 6 more times in the next hour. I simply refused to answer the phone. The display name was always ‘private caller’. These sales people must make a fee or commission on new accounts. The only broker but gave me a full refund without fanfare was Option.FM.

  95. Karl from Canada says:

    The Push Money Application is a complete SCAM. They kept sending me invitation after invitation in order to have me fun accounts with different Binary Brokers. In each case you would get a call from a sales person from the Binary Broker trying to get you to put in some real money beyond the $250 US minimum. After I told them that I was only interested in test driving the Push Money Application, they quickly lost interest. They also told me that the Push Money application was from a 3rd party and wasn’t very good. t tried to get the Push Money application to work after logging in and showing an account balance once I met compliance requirements with the broker. In each case I always saw the message “No open positions”. I contacted the Push Money support with numerous emails. They always responded that I should try during regular New York market trading hours. I was in fact doing this as I live in the same time zone. Complete bullshit. I was able to execute withdrawals with each broker. One broker, namely Binary Book charged me $65 US for withdrawing the $250 US. $30 for never having traded, $25 for withdrawing by credit card and another $10 fee for credit reversal on the same credit card. Additionally, I was getting a lot of extra spam emails. These emails did not cease until I unsubscribed from the Push Money people. In conclusion, do not waste your time with these people.

  96. Joshua says:

    I made 1,000,000 with pushmoney,you too, can make a lot of money, just keep giving them your money

  97. Richard says:

    They area complete rip off. I signed up online and received a few calls afterwards. I decided to give its shot and paid $250 over the phone. I have no site and they have adome complete runner. I have tried to reverse the credit card charge. Don;t touch them

  98. Larry says:

    wish I would’ve seen you first. Push Money App is exactly what you said above along with OneTwo Trade. they took money out of my account and when I contacted them (twice) about where my money went,, well, no surprise, no answer. People, if you want to invest play with brokers who have a license. And do your research. Watchdog, you’re doing a great job, keep up the good work.

  99. Naeem says:

    Ufffff I don’t even know how I got these $ if I didn’t even give my account number and didn’t use push money app they use to email me every day.what I do

    HELLO.

    “Thank You For Your Dedication and loyality.

    Your Full Transactions Details Can Be Found Here.

    Date & Time……..
    Confirmation Number:237490.
    AccountNumber: …….5560.
    Payment Type:online internal Transfer.
    Pending Payment Amount: $19522.97
    Member ID: MY EMAIL.

    Please confirme receipt of this notice Immediately.

    >>Click Here To Confirme<<

    When o click a video and apears
    And and less counting is started.
    This page expiresexpires on zero.

    Asking for more daletail
    And payment.

  100. eg says:

    Why dont you guys arrest this thiefs i dont see what’s the hold up with all the technology we got to day i no you guys could track this animals and bring them to justice

  101. Mack Rodriguez says:

    Thank You for taking the time to exposed fraudsters, I for one don’t need to go further, I’ve seen the kind before.

  102. C Mackey says:

    I don’t understand how these people continue to exist, why don’t they put these people in jail, who is the watch dog for these scams.

  103. Zethembe Shandu says:

    Thanks watchdog for this review info. I have received numerous emails and ofeers from various people at PMA. Honestly, I was very tempted and considered making a move for it.

  104. Jimmy says:

    Thank you so much for this report on these dirt balls,, For i am Deseret
    to try an better my family and i was truly thinking of investing, Thank god i read your report.. THANK YOU FROM ME AND MY FAMILY

  105. J.T. says:

    I can´t bilieve how you send that money without ask, or looking for informations!!

    I need 5.000, you give me? nooo, you don´t know me and notthing about me.

    Good luck, it’s better you forget that money, are lost.

    Well but if you send me some money i say thanks, because i really need them and probably i pay you sometimes,

    I receive e-mail and look for information, and i get another SCAM system

  106. Russell says:

    What do you think about Trade Tracker Pro? I am about to join soon but wanted to ask you before.

  107. brad andrews says:

    just about fell for it myself luckily the app didn’t work the way they described so I decided to email there so called “support” email address and when I sent it to the address they provided it was returned to me with the explanation ” no such recipient” could be found was the reason explained for the returned mail and that’s what really made begin to wonder about them. They really need to have more watchdog type people to put an end to the scams and outright lies these online predators are spreading in my opinion they all belong in jail for life.

  108. J Jaye says:

    I too got scammed by pushmoneyapp. The broker was in the UK. I deposited 300. They wanted more but I refused. Never received any answers to my emails from either PMA or the broker. Keep getting Emails from PMA stating they have deposited commissions in my account. When I write to their support dept. and ask what account and where, I get no answers. When checking the broker account of course there have been no deposits and they know from nothing. I decided to withdraw the funds and only $100 was left in the acct. I finally received an answer from the broker that the withdrawal would have to be approved by some authority at the brokerage. I am sorry I did not check with you first to find out about this scam. I’ll be lucky if I get a refund at all.
    J Jaye

  109. Juanita Meier says:

    I also received an invitation to join the Push Money deal. It looked good , but just to good. So I started to investigate them before I give them any money. I’ve ended up here & read all of the stories. It’s so sad that these people are thieves. Whoever they really are, ( the people you see in the videos are all actors ) need to be investigated by our judicial system & be arrested for stealing money from so many people. Plus whatever funds can be returned should be in the care against them. I bet they are somewhere in the world that won’t even extradite them to the USA. Please let’s get this out on social media so we can reduce these people from getting anymore of people money. I’m going to post it on my Facebook & hope it goes viral. I’ll put it on my youtube also. We as consumers must STOP this criminal behavior, we can do it if enough of us get the word out there. Juanita Meyer

  110. michael christison says:

    Is Dennis of push money app and David of fast cash the same person? I did a voice print and they match.

    • WatchDog says:

      Unfortunately the FastCash.Biz developers created this Push Money App scam and we already gathered too many negative testimonials from their previous scheme, they are viral folks and right now they’re sending 100,000’s of spam emails to everyone they can. You should avoid both systems because they’ll drain your trading account in a matter of hours or days.

  111. Barbara says:

    Am I at risk if I only added my email to the push money?

    • WatchDog says:

      Hi Barbara, No but they will definitely spam you with invitations to all kinds of similar scams until you unsubscribe from their mailing list.

  112. Herman Wolff says:

    These guys are dangerous and very clever. They stand to steal & make $$$$$$$$ MILLIONS of DOLLARS $$$$$$$$ and disappear as fast as they showed up.
    This is NOT the first time they have done this. So far, they have ALWAYS GOTTEN AWAY WITH TYPE OF SCAM $$$$$$$$ RUTHLESS MEN & WOMEN!!!!
    Let’s STOP these guys!!! This is up to all of us!! Everyone, PLEASE, PLEASE take the time & do what YOU can to help put these guys in JAIL where they belong!!!

  113. Herman Wolff says:

    Hasn’t anyone taken the time to notify Google about this scam company? (pushmoneyapp.com) I am sure that Google would take their fake reviews off of their search engines. I will write Google today and send photos of this address they are using here in Portland, Oregon. Hopefully, this will save some people from losing their money.

  114. Herman Wolff says:

    I got this “invitation” email today. I have been around long enough to know that this had to be a scam. I hope that no one else will fall for this obvious scam. I will go to 1500 SW Broadway today and take photos. I live & work in Portland, Oregon for 25 years. Anyone wanting a copy of these photos just email me and I will send them to you. I will investigate here in Portland and will go to US Bank and see a VP that I know and show him this abuse by these guys. I am sure that US Bank would want no part of this scam. I will follow up on this to try & help people from losing their money.
    This site (pushmoneyapp.com) was just registered in January, 2016 according to whois. US Bank is the same bank I use for 25 years and I am sure that they will take action against these guys for using a pic of one of their checks.
    My website (BestPricedBooks.Net) is real and I do sell books and deliver. At my prices, books do not stay on the shelf for long.
    I also sell books on eBay, Amazon & AbeBooks.
    For Alan: Life is beautiful and you can have a good life. Don’t let these guys at push money take your precious life from you. There are a lot of good people in the World too. I hope you will write to me before you do anything drastic. I will write back with good news for you!

    • WatchDog says:

      Thank you for sharing Herman! Maybe a complaint to their hosting service by US bank or someone with authority can bring this website down. We certainly hope someone will do something about this because Push Money App is really going viral and they are well-protected by fake reviews everywhere you search for them.

  115. Colleen says:

    Just got done filling in my info and almost went through with putting in my debit info but not before checking out if there was a website and any “REAL REVIEWS!”- and thankfully after clicking on your site and reading through all the real reviews here Im so grateful to you watchdog!!!! So thankyou so much!!! All of what you are saying about not existing is soooo True! Thx again!!!! DEFINITE SCAM EVERYBODY!!!!!

    • WatchDog says:

      We are glad you reached this warning Colleen, unfortunately Push Money App managed to get some of the fake reviews to rank high in the search results.

  116. Richard Stettner says:

    The push button is preceded by FastCash.biz and FastCash was preceded by CashCode. All 3 are from the same outfit that have scammed many. I wonder what will be their # 4 scam campaign!

  117. Cesar Laureta Jr. says:

    Hey watchdog i’m from Philippines, i would like to ask if this binary option is legit and trusted to invest my $250. this is the website: Binary-option-robot.com

  118. WatchDog says:

    Where is the evidence? Seems like a poorly done video no disrespect.

  119. Sharon Goddard says:

    I never contacted these peopel – but cam getting spam mail from them.. the subject is Order Confirmation from — When you open the e-mail is says that you have a large “commission” and to click on the link – Of course, I didn’t click on any links, just copied the e-mail address and started searching to see who and what these people were — and it lead me to here… So, I didn’t loose anything, and don’t intend on claiming a commission for something that I didn’t earn, or plan on clicking on any embedded links… Geeze.. I am so tired of the spam scams.

  120. John Mason says:

    Thank you so much!!!!!! I was just about to deposit with a crook who called me from their sales team and the guy was really convincing, told him I need to speak with my wife for 5 minutes.

  121. Muhammad Anwar says:

    Thanks watchdog, I have just received offer via email and sms, so that’s way I browsed you to have a good review about this from you always. Thank you so much.

  122. RC says:

    Gary Scambrose has been sending invitations to these scams.

  123. Michael Christison says:

    Is this the same guy who did a video for fast cash.biz?

  124. Miral says:

    Push Money is a scam. I have received a few emails from them myself. Thank you watchdog for sharing this with us.

  125. Mike says:

    I’m so glad I didn’t fall for this one… haha. I saw something about it on some site somewhere and checked it out, but after looking into it I just had a feeling it was too good to be true. And you know what they say, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Hopefully everyone can see this before more people sign up for it and fall for it!

  126. Wendy says:

    Thank you all so much. I didn’t have the money, but will in a few weeks, so they are going to call me back. I’ll have a few things to say to them when they do, but it WON’T be that I’m going to deposit money in their scam.

  127. John says:

    I am on Disability, so money is very tight. I received an email from Push Money App (PMA) on 2/14/16…I watched the video and decide to give it a try,,, but only the minimum amount to see if it worked. I funded my account with the minimum $250.00, with Glenridge Capital as it was the broker that was presented… PMA video stated that one of their agents would be calling me immediately (never happened)… also was told matching funds would be deposited into my trading account (never happened)… have been in contact with PMA (via email) today 2/15/16, and they don’t know why my software is not working…they keep asking me to do more tasks to get it to work…tried them all and nothing…bet I can guess why!!!… they asked for my logons to their app and the broker as well… said they will investigate… would like to get my money back but the broker wants copies of my credit card front and back (first and last 4 digits must be shown, Utility bill or bank statement, dated within the last 3 months (yeah right!@#$#@#^^&), drives license (NO WAY) and Credit Card Authorization Form (CAF) REALLY… they did not need all that information to take my money… I have queried PMA as to why nothing on the site seems to be working the way they described… still waiting for their response… if no word by the end of the day… as much as it hurts…guess I will let the broker have the money I deposited with them…. BUT… they are not getting my bank account information or any of the other information they supposedly need to allow me to withdraw my funds…. When nothing worked on the PMA site, I was told to clear my cookies and try to place an order… I do not have the ability as nothing on the site works except the FAQ… I was told there would be investment recommendations presented for me to decide on and push and get buttons to make/put orders…. neither have ever been presented… These guys are pretty slick… and I just got smarter.. STAY AWAY FROM Push Money App!!!!!!

  128. Mohd Najib Mohd Amin says:

    my opinion,this push money not only scammer,but they could be dangerous!..cause their purpose only wanted to “push” more and more money!..please don’t ever getting trapped by this thieve!..

  129. Alan Evans says:

    Very cruel people. I lost everything with Push Money App and I suffer from depression, I am not even mad but if the people from Push Money App are reading this.. you destroyed my life. I am a human!! Why would you scam me like this? WHY!!!!!!! There’s no point anymore. Take care everyone! This world never played in my favor and the rich will get richer. This is not a world I wish to take part in.

    • WatchDog says:

      No Alan, Please email us!!! We really don’t like this comment, if there’s anything we can do to help you please contact us immediately, family members or anyone you trust. Don’t do anything stupid please please please! We’ve been through this before and we can’t watch another person take this path. It’s not the end of the world, don’t allow yourself to lose faith. Many day-traders fell into this trap just like you, we’re all in the same boat Alan.

      Please for those who love you don’t even write stuff like this in the future and pick yourself up! This world is all we have!!

  130. john glasgow says:

    i answered an add for fastcash and when i saw what they wanted i said no by closing the page, i was immediatly contacted by phone and i responded that i didn’t want anything to do with it.that was middle of last year.
    since then i have received emails telling me that my account is growing even giving figures, click here, wnen you do, their stupid video comes on.
    now I’ve started receiving emails from the same guy and he is now with push money, be wary.Not Caught.

  131. emmanuel says:

    hi there i was try too register for a push money app .com and i did add a password on it .but the website want let me .so please i want too send an email and post my comment to so cheers .and i will add my phone number to it.
    so my phone is +447804202767 .
    cheers.

  132. Garretsen says:

    It is clear guys, this is a scam! Do not fall for it, everything staed by push money is fake!

  133. Cycle Trekkers says:

    My Dad also received a “private invitation” from this email guy, luckily he didn’t go any further with the Push Money App scam, and didn’t lose any money over it. I had a quick look at the email he got sent and the video, and it is quite convincing, but sounds too good to be true, which means it usually is.

  134. Jason Lim says:

    I checked out their Push Money App site via the link you provided. And yes, I would love to make that kind of money….almost effortlessly……but, unless thievery is involved, or you’re a politician, it is NOT real. The first few seconds of the video alone made me very, very skeptical. And never. never sign up with a broker unless you can GO to their offices. Too many people/sites can make up pretty stories and accomplishments. Good thing you all stay on top of nonsense like this….not everyone has the sense to NOT believe this kind of stuff. And yes, they can be very, very smooth.

  135. Sergiu says:

    In my opinion when they call you to ask you to deposit more money it’s already a scam. A trusted broker/company will not do that. Depositing more is our chose without being pushed from the back. Great job Watchdog and thanks.

    • WatchDog says:

      We have to agree Sergiu. In some cases they may call you briefly for an introduction but if the conversion turns into an attempt to offer you managed accounts, bonuses and a bunch of “incentives” and you notice that the representative is not being honest, discontinue the conversion and write them off!

  136. Martha says:

    It’s too late for me!!! How can I fight them Watchdog? I need help with this I won’t let them get away with my $400. I knew this was a scam from the beginning but I should’ve listened to by intuition!

    • WatchDog says:

      Martha and Mark, We would love to help you file complaints. Please contact us at BinaryoptionsWatchdog@gmail.com. It’s never too late to fight back and possibly dispute and win your money back.

      At this point we’re really hoping that this review will save as many day-traders as possible.

  137. Mark Vella says:

    I received a “private invitation” from this email guy and I was impressed with the video. Last Tuesday I decided to activate Push Money App and immediately they called me asking to deposit more money. I ended up going with a $5000 investment and this morning I am already down to $230. Don’t believe the scam artists because they will wipe your account balance within days.

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