The Bo Millionaire scam is by far the laziest and cheapest scam I have seen in quite a while. It beats them all by a mile at how completely useless the promo page and video are. First off, the video features nothing more than 3 Fiverr actors as testimonials and very badly made text animation video. Nothing more. There are no screenshots, there is no demo, there is absolutely NOTHING to even try and prove his claims. The rest of the website is no better, with easily proven to be lies proof and fake testimonials. Just a waste of time if you ask me.
Product Name: BoMillionaire Scam (Binary Options Millionaire Scam)
Niche: Binary Options Software
See, nothing is worse than a bad scam, and a bad scam with zero effort. I really don’t know how people are falling for this, or how they will end up falling for this, but the fact is that they do. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the absurdities this scam is claiming.
What is the BO Millionaire Scam (Binary Options Millionaire Scam)?
It’s what the name states, a binary options software that claims you will become a millionaire within a year by using it and investing anywhere between $250 – $1000 with their recommended broker. Of course, they don’t really mention much about the results with the lower end of the investment, they focus on the absurd amounts you will make with the higher end. Here is a hint: regardless whether you invest $250 or even $5000 you will lose your money and won’t make a penny. How do I know?
Well, let’s put it this way. If a promo page of a software that is claiming you will make this kind of money cannot be honest about even the slightest details and cannot be transparent about absolutely anything, what makes you think you can trust them with your money? Basically trusting a stranger on the street that comes up to you and says, give me $250 and I’ll make you a millionaire without the slightest proof or information as to how they will do that. Would you do it? No. Then why would you give your money over to someone you have zero contact with, no information about, and spews only lies?
The promo video begins with about 5 minutes of various news and financial media video cuts about binary options and trading in general. Information that is completely useless when it comes to this scam. Then continues with some amusing Fiverr actors that are still convinced people don’t recognize them.
This lovely couple, Thetaoshard has appeared in several other scams as well.
This little girl is new to me, but no doubt she is a Fiverr actor as well.
His name is Clark. That’s all you get. Nothing about who he is, no real name, no face. Ready to trust a faceless “millionaire” to make you money?
The absurd claims of the profits you will make should be enough to turn you away, regardless how desperate you are.
Now, he claims he will log into some of his accounts, but he never does. You see no accounts, no names, no screenshots, and NO PROOF.
In fact, at the very end, HE WILL! You will be asked to give your billing information in this unsecure page.
Sounds great, only, you have his word to go by. From the looks of it, he has given very little proof that his word can be trusted.
His story is completely off. He claims that he bought the system for $300 rather than invested with a broker. Notice how he threw in there “borrowed”, trying to give you ideas if you don’t have the money right now.
Sounds like a great story, but without reliable proof it’s nothing more than that.
Here is another famous Fiverr actor.
Meet simonbaldock. He may look familiar
Both the couple and this guy were also part of the Trader Verify scam as well, among numerous others.
The lies don’t end there either. The “people that just made profit” are all fake as well. Each is a stolen stock photo.
Here is the first stock photo.
Here is the second stock photo. Same model slightly different picture.
The third guy was actually from a collection of images in a stock photo.The guy right in the center.
Finally, here is the last stock photo. The images scroll, and I guarantee you that all the rest are stock photos as well.
The absurd profits are not only inconsistent, but there is zero proof given to even confirm they are possible.
The second video gives even less information. Once again cuts from media reels and a lot more lies.
See, it would be nice to say it’s true, only there were no pictures and no figures to actually prove any point here.
Actually, he seems to be oblivious to the fact that he has shown absolutely nothing.
Of course, probably the only truth here is the fact that you get a 100% broker bonus, which, may I add is a complete trap and I highly recommend you avoid any bonuses if you ever want to withdraw your money.
The success stories are no better as they are with the exact same stock photos as the “latest winners”. All a bunch of lies and made up comments. Need I add that none of these individuals exist on Facebook and no such comments were ever made?
It’s very convenient that they don’t have the dates and times on the Live Results as it will prove that there are live trades going on over the weekend.
The FAQ provides more information than the entire website and video combined. In truth, they just push you to invest far more than you had ever expected. Not to mention the fact that they don’t even touch upon the absurd claims of a minim of over $11K a day that was claimed just above here. With so many inconsistencies you must at least question whether this all sounds right.
Another thing I stumbled upon in the FAQ was how the software is web based, just fill in the form, and start trading. Yet, in the video he mentions downloading the software several times. He even doesn’t know how this thing works!
Again, back to the FAQ I discovered their ultimate push for you to invest more and more. Of course, a minimum of $500 is recommended, if not FAR more than that, forget the $250 minimum. Whatever you end up investing, you will lose, so at least don’t throw in all your savings to these vultures.
Finally, after all his promises to put away your credit card, you have to take it out again. Only, it’s not to invest with their recommended broker. Or at least, nothing of the sort is noted here! You are not told what broker you are investing with and you are not given a terms and conditions! You are just asked to enter your billing information in a website that has ZERO SECURITY! This means your personal and billing information is out there to be stolen, period. Which, considering these scam artists, it will most certainly be stolen.
So, skip over the crap BO Millionaire Scam (Binary Options Millionaire Scam) and move on, because they will give you nothing more than a headache and rob you blind!