Uh oh. Another program claiming you can make money on autopilot with next to no effort and FREE software.
Sound legit? Is Millionaire in PJ’s a scam – or can you really make your fortune here? Read my full review to find out the details!
Product: Millionaire In PJ’s
Price: “free” software. Minimum deposit now $250, (was $200).
Overall Rating: 0/100
What’s Millionaire In PJ’s About?
Much like a previous program I recently reviewed, (money maker bot) this program promises to make you rich by using a super amazing software – a binary options trading robot!
This bot can predict changes in the market and do your trading for you, making you very wealthy in the process. It takes very little effort to use and you can make your fortune on autopilot.
Well, that’s the claim.
Most notably…. they SAY you don’t need to know anything about binary options, (oh, until you check out their disclosure inside the members area, more on that in a bit!).
This is really the moment you know you need to run. Run for the hills! An automatic robot does the work AND you need to know nothing about the binary options trading industry that you’ll be ploughing your money into?
The reality is that binary options trading is HIGH RISK, even if you are knowledgable about it. It is not the sort of thing that can or should be done on autopilot, nor by anyone who isn’t highly knowledgeable about it.
Does this trading robot work?
“autopilot,” “easy,” “effortless,” are the types of words that programs like this will use to entice people. It would be wonderful if we could automate the money making process to a click of a button. But you can’t.
If it was the case that this software could successfully make you a fortune – everyone would be using it.
Although, if someone did discover they could create a software like that, it’s unlikely they’d be sharing it. They certainly wouldn’t be giving it away for free.
Binary options has a bad reputation because of all the scam artists jumping on the bandwagon and trying to fool people into thinking they can generate cash overnight with these schemes – with no experience.
Many of these “traders” are totally unregulated and could be shut down at any time, taking your money with them.
It’s not free
This BOT is free… but it’s not. As you actually have to deposit at least $250 in order to use it.
Use this software and – it’s suggested – the more you deposit, (naturally) the better your chances for success.
There are also different levels to membership – which all have minimum deposit levels.
SILVER – $1000
GOLD – $5000
PLATINUM – $20000
VIP – $50000
Once you’re inside you can switch to “auto trading” and let the robot do the work for you. Or you can do it manually. You’d have to put a hell of a lot of faith into this robot, using hundreds or thousands of your own money!
High Risk Disclosure
In the membership area, they have a risk disclosure, where they claim that trading in itself is both speculative and risky.
Funny, they did not give that impression before!
Always check out the disclosure section of these programs, a lot more is often revealed.
They also say that you’re meant to financially ASSUME the loss of your TOTAL investment and be KNOWLEDGEABLE about binary options!!!
But they said no knowledge of binary options was necessary? More contradictions. 🙁
Is Millionaire In PJ’s A Scam?
I can’t say for sure what results you could have with this program, you can make up your own mind about it.
However, their deception is discovered easily by seeing the contradictions revealed comparing their sales pitch and disclosure inside.
I signed up to this program for the purposes of checking out the membership options and writing this review – but even signing up has it’s problems…
Because then they then have your email address and mobile number, these will very likely be sold to third parties and you’ll get a lot of spam!
When you’re new online, you’re particularly susceptible to scams. Once you come across a few, they become easier to spot.
Things to consider…
- Many legitimate programs offer free trials or periods to view their product or software and this is good, because it allows you to check it out and decide whether it’s for you – BUT programs that claim to both be entirely free AND make you rich with little effort involved should ring alarm bells.
- Think about it…. why would someone give away a program that apparently makes thousands of pounds on autopilot, for free? With no benefit to them?
Of course it turns out that this is not really a free product. You have to fork out a large sum before you will have any chance to see this robot in action – by the time you discover it doesn’t work, your cash will be gone.
Is there such a thing as PASSIVE INCOME?
Passive income is a real thing – there are people that achieve this. It basically means people are making money while doing other things — sleeping, having fun with their friends or on holiday somewhere…
But it isn’t something you achieve without putting work in first. It isn’t something you achieve with the push of a button. It takes time, hard work and dedication to reach that stage.
One way I learnt about creating passive income, is through learning about affiliate marketing. This is where you can promote products, (unlimited options, most companies have affiliate programs now) and you earn a commission if someone buys via your link/recommendation/review.
This is what I do and how I got started online. It appealed to me inititally, because start up costs were very low and so the risk was minimal – I also knew of people doing well with it already, so I knew there was potential.
However, it can take at least a year or more to replace a full time income with it. It’s not “easy,” and does require work, but the rewards can also be very high if you commit to it.
If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, go and check out this review.
I hope you found this review helpful – have you had any experience in training in general? Maybe you signed up to Millionaire in PJ’s before? I’d love to hear your stories! Leave me a comment!
All the best… 🙂