The list of confusing statements is quite long, but we have uncovered Push Button Salary as a scam right from the start.
Educated online traders will never believe the story spun on the video that promotes Push Button Salary. There are too many lies and smokescreens and too much muddying of the waters for anything said by the promoter on that video to be taken with anything other than a grain of salt.
What is Push Button Salary?
The owner of the Push Button Salary software – his name is never mentioned – declares that this trading app was designed for busy people. The blurb goes something along the lines of “Just sit back and let our amazing automated software do all the work for you.” That would fine if you could trust the software…
The voice over actor in the video also says that with this automated system you can become a millionaire in 27 days and that it is possible to make $46,000.00 per day. That’s an amazing claim and it is here that the unbelievable justifications begin.
The owner of the Push Button Salary app says that if 2015’s 10 invitees to his system do not become millionaires in 27 days, he will give them $10,000 out of his own pocket. He must be a man who is extremely confident of his product, right? Or is this just a ploy to make you feel that this software is worth the confidence that you have in it.
The only other requirement that the anonymous owner of this software makes is that once you become a millionaire by using the push button salary system, you make a small video documenting you success story which will be shown on the Push Button Salary members’ homepage.
So the owner of the app is seemingly very open; his own accounts will be visible and the accounts of all the members as well, once you become a member. And so on, as the voice actor tries to demonstrate why the Push Button Salary software is not a scam, but an innovative new system that can produce millionaires, month by month.
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More Claims from Push Button Salary.
The voice actor from the promotional video continues in a cynical tone of voice throughout. Reviewers of binary options platforms have only been able to find one broker associated with the Push Button salary software and this broker is new and unregulated, in fact he may even be the mysterious owner of this software who is attempting to peddle his product.
Then there is the frequent mention of the regulatory body the ISA. It has proved impossible to locate this organisation and the website support team for Push Button Salary were unable to offer any clear information. The verification from the ISA is mentioned as a means of proving that the Push Button salary app is fraud and scam free, even though many aspects of its promotion scream the exact opposite.
The owner of this scam is quoted by the voice actor as having a motive of revenging himself on his former Wall Street colleagues. He was laughed at by them when he said that binary options trading could be automated and now he is proving them all wrong. The actual tone of the video is bitter and hectoring, the owner seems to appeal to greed and a desire to get revenge on all the Ivy League rich people, rather than to any more happy or light-hearted qualities of potential traders.
Another unusual claim made by this scammer app is that you could find and listen to the video by “invitation only”. The voice actor then says that someone, a family member or friend, must be looking out for the person who is watching the special video and that they must have sent out an invitation for them. Viewers are told not to ignore this benefactor’s thoughtfulness and to sign up to the Push Button Salary member’s area right now.
This statement is a bit of a fabrication; many reviewers have watched the video because their profession demands that’ they do so. Don’t forget that review and watchdog sites such as ours are doing binary options traders a big favor by exposing scam trading sites. It’s a good idea to always refer to this type of site before signing up and paying a start-up sum to a trading site.
There are so many unprovable statements made by the scam trading Site Push Button Salary. Even a hasty listen to the promotional video reveals them. For instance who are the ISA? Why will all the members’ accounts be open to view on the members’ page? The biggest justification given for the elite quality of this software is that few copies of it can be downloaded to the public, because this would dilute its power. Only ten people are invited to become members each year.
The owner states that he would like to bump up the number from 10 to 20 for 2015 and then to shut up shop. This does give the Push Button Software membership a gloss of privilege, but the fine print underneath the sign-up form on the video page says: “There may be a limited number of copies available in your area.” Could this mean that the owner of this fraudulent scamming software is trying to sign up more than ten members after all? That’s the method by which he could make more profit.