Free Millionaire System is not the type of system that we normally review, but since it is a money-making system and someone asked me about it, I figured I might as well check it out and write an honest review of the Free Millionaire system.
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Free Millionaire System Scam Review Summary:
- Annoying Browser Pop-Ups: No (surprisingly)
- Fake Scarcity Counter: No
- Paid Actor Testimonials: Yes (but not proven)
- Impossible Revenue Gains: No (at least not initially)
- Comes Across As Authentic: No
- Convincing Proof of Profits: No
- Possibility of Being a Scam: 90%
- Price: $49 or Free (after refund)
Let me start out by saying that the guy who's promoting all this says his name is “Max Fortune”, no, I kid you not! Here, take a look for yourself:
See, told ya, he really said on-camera that his name is Max Fortune. I bet his Momma didn't give him that name! At some point of the very long Free Millionaire system video he mentions that once you're a member, he will even tell you his real name, so maybe it's just his stage name.
The next part of the Free Millionaire system had me rolling around on the floor laughing, because “Max Fortune” said that he has a PhD degree in the science of Millionaireology – no seriously, I'm not making this stuff up, I even took a screen capture during the video (which you cannot forward or rewind, by the way):
I promise you, I'm saving you a lot of time just by you not having to watch all of this. I'm also going to save you $49 by the end of this review. Max Fortune tells us a long story during the Free Millionaire video about how he was down-and-out and how he also had this gambling problem. So he tells us this story about how he told his family and friends that he was going back to school, but in reality he used the money for a poker game. He ends up with a great poker hand, and beats this super-rich guy, so the guy goes, “in this case I've got your money, but in this other case I've got an answer to all your financial woes” – I'm paraphrasing a bit. So Max goes for the other case! And it ends up being empty. No, really, I'm not making this up, Max is!
Everyone in the room starts laughing at Max Fortune, a.k.a. Max Stupid, but of course that's not the end of the story. The other case contains a single thumb drive with a magical piece of software on it.
C'mon Max, tell us what's on the USB, we're on the edge our of seats! Wait, back up just a minute. So a super rich guy goes to a high-stakes poker game with two suitcases, one with a million bucks and the other with a single thumb drive? Who the heck does that? Anyway, so this thumb drive contains the blueprint for becoming a millionaire, which is the Free Millionaire system, of course.
He says it's called “black dagger”, whatever. Max Fortune, being such a nice guy is going to give you this Free Millionaire system for, well, for free. All you have to do is to give him a $49 deposit to make sure you're a real person, and you can get your money back the next day if you want (in the “inner tech circles” this is known as a “refund”).
Of course this magical Free Millionaire system has already made him several million dollars blah blah blah and he has given a gazillion to charities, and he also has a unicorn in his back yard. No, he doesn't. You get the idea though, right?
Max also goes around, giving apparently random down-and-out people access to the Free Millionaire system, but at least they only make a couple of Dollars, like $32 or so. He explains that with this system you can keep on making that kind of money every couple of hours, eventually making you a millionaire – a Free Millionaire, that is.
Okay, so if after all of that, you feel like you don't mind parting with $49, and you want to give it a go, be my guest and