Beware, if you have heard of the Lie Detector Scam, the Polygraph Millionaire is no different. In fact, it’s the exact same thing, run by the exact same people, and uses the exact same lies. They have not changed a thing! The website is identical, the video is identical, the proof, the whole thing. The only difference I notice from the original scam is that the software that is now running is updated, another software that is spreading like wildfire. I have already reviewed a software using identical software which is proven to lose your money.
Product Name: Polygraph Millionaire
Niche: Binary Options Software
They have put in zero effort to make this look like a different software. The videos are the same videos, taken from the same links and users, the proof is the same, and so is the whole concept. In turn, obviously, that means that the software itself is a scam as well.
What is the Polygraph Millionaire Scam Software?
This is a binary options automated robot scam that is claimed to make up upwards of $500K per month. An obvious lie. In the website there is a video of the CEO, an actor, taking a claimed polygraph (by given by another actor), and claiming you will make money. Not claiming, guaranteeing. By now, if you’ve followed my reviews, you should know that the moment someone guarantees that you will make money with binary options you should run.
It’s useless to show you a screenshot of the Lie Detector Millionaire website as it is identical to this one. There is no logo at the top to prove that they are different, but you can easily look it up and see for yourself.
The first video starts automatically and you can’t even pause it. It is painfully long and I am almost certain very few people have gotten through the whole thing.
The opening scene is an introduction to the founder of this software, Daniel Wilkins. I think it’s that this is not his name and that is not the founder you see in the video. As far as the polygraph is concerned, I think it’s pretty clear that it’s completely fake. I mean, the blood pressure machine is not even plugged in and is not pumped up!
Not to mention that this same actor has been making his rounds! Here he is in the Blazing Trader scam.
Of course, this is a Portland Production and all of the vehicles and the mansion are rentals by the production.
Yes, his sales pitch really doesn’t do exactly that, prey on people’s dreams and misfortune! Bloodsucker!
Now, though he doesn’t necessarily mention the exact expected win rate for the software, I think it’s pretty clear its rather high as per his statements. Let me assure you, such high win rates are impossible even with the best software and algorithms out there.
You are then taken to the second step after the long and painful video. I have skipped over a lot of the lies that are plain and obvious. The numerous screenshots are nothing more than recycled images with plastered names, and the claims are nothing more than lies.
In the second step you will see some real time users and their current winnings. Only, I am currently writing this early Saturday morning at 1 am.
A quick check which you can do HERE reveals that at this time all markets are closed and trading has ceased until Monday. Binary Options can be traded 24 hours a day during the week but are closed over the weekend.
Of everything on the Polygraph Millionaire scam website, what worried me most was the fact that they ask you for your billing information right then and there, not redirect you to the broker where you will be providing your information.
Regardless of their claims, the website is NOT safe and secure. So, providing your billing information is very dangerous and I wouldn’t be surprised if you woke up not only to complete losses from the software, but to an empty bank account after your money has been stolen.
When you finally reach the 3rd step everything is very clear. The software is finally revealed. I managed this by entering completely made up billing information and was redirected.
The software looks awfully familiar. It is actually the same software that has been spread around for ages among numerous other scams, but it has had a facelift. So far this is only the second scam that I’ve come by that uses this software, but I am certain more and more will pop up soon.
The Charity Profits scam was the other scam that uses this software. It is also a Portland Production and nothing more than lies.
A quick look at the IP of the Polygraph Millionaire scam reveals enough.
As you can see HERE it shares an IP with the scam it is copying, the Lie Detector Millionaire scam software. This scam has been proven time and again, not only by me, that it will lose all of your money and is not a recommended binary options trading software. Looking at the websites that were previously on this IP you realize that the scam is directly connected to the Profit Hack scam as well as the Azure Method scam, both proven scams and Portland productions. All in all, the mere connection to these scams should be more than enough to convince you that this is a website and software that should not be trusted.
As far as the Polygraph Millionaire software is concerned, I believe that it is a complete scam put out there to get you to provide your billing information and sign up with their recommended broker. They will receive their referral fee for your investment as a new trader while you are left with a software that simply does not cut it, losing all of your investment, and leaving you with no one to complain to. Do not fall for the Polygraph Millionaire scam and seek out a better option.