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Lazy Millionaire Review – Scam or Legit?

Lazy Millionaire Review – Scam or Legit?


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Is the Lazy Millionaire binary options auto-trading software a scam, or is it legit? Lazy Millionaire is brought to us by Charles Knowles, a programmer, who completely fails to introduce himself in the video that his page shows you automatically – though his name can be found upon scrolling a little further down the page. He claims that his “secret trick”, as he’s rather fond of calling it, can make you between $10,000 and $12,500 a day.

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Let’s take a look at the site first. It doesn’t look awful; not that it’s exactly a shining example of web design either. But, upon staying for a while to watch the promotion video, it becomes apparent that, if Charles really is a programmer, he’s not a very good one. There’s a timer that starts as you arrive, at 2:42, and counts down, probably to add time pressure. However, when it hits zero, it simply resets – not when you refresh the page, but immediately. Furthermore, when you try to leave, there’s the usual “last chance to sign up” business, but if you hit the back button, Lazy Millionaire’s site seems to behave as if you’ve given it your email, showing you another video that says you “made a smart choice” on the previous page.

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What about the first video, the one you see before you sign up (or not, apparently)? We’ll ignore the part where he tells us that his “obsession with efficiency” is because he “probably has OCD or something”, which he says with a chuckle, because I don’t think you need to be told why nonchalantly dismissing mental illness isn’t the best way to get your audience on board.


The general theme of Lazy Millionaire seems to be “lies”. It’s claimed that the video is six and a half minutes long – it’s actually nearly double that. It’s claimed that the site is invite only, and that it cannot be found on search engines; Charles apparently “made sure of that”. Yet, Google is exactly how I got to it. It’s claimed that the page won’t be there again if you leave; you can freely leave and return with no consequence. Your spot will expire once the timer hits zero? Nope. It never hits zero, and if it did, it would do so long before the video ended.

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Following this theme, it seems rather likely that the rest of the claims made by Lazy Millionaire are also lies. Charles tells us that there are 45 spots, 50 if you count the “testimonials” that the video opens with, that are little more than five people stating a collection of number between 10,000 and 12,500, followed by answers you’d find on Family Fortunes to the question “Name something you’d buy if you won the lottery”. He also tells us that his software trades on 24 different stock exchanges to achieve the quoted daily income, and that only his particular broker will work; he has “no idea” why this is. Sounds rather convenient, doesn’t it? Whilst I’m well aware that programming does sometimes work this way, that is most certainly not what is going on here, and like the rest of the lies that Lazy Millionaire throws at us, it’s just a weak excuse to get us to sign up. May I offer you some advice? Don’t.


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