Millionaire Blueprint Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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The Millionaire Blueprint, found online at MillionairesBlueprintSystem.co, is a new video presentation from Walter Green, who promises that he has created the first “done for you” money making system that anyone can use to become a millionaire.

According to the video presentation on their website, this system has been used to help more than 400 people earn more than one million dollars in just 90 days or less. And the best part about is this system is that it is completely free to use.

What is the Millionaire Blueprint?

The Millionaire Blueprint is partnered with another company that acts as an online investment trading platform. Specific, this online trading platform specializes in a particular kind of investment, called binary options.

Binary options is an investment platform that gives people the chance to decide whether they believe a specific stock will call, or rise in value, or put, fall in value, during a pre-determined amount of time, which can range from one minute to six months.

Customers who make the right choice about the behavior of a stock will receive an immediate return on their investment, often up to about 85% of the investment they made. The video presentation says that their Millionaire’s Blueprint Private Members Software, along with your dedicated “Dream Team” mentor, will guide you in making all the investments you need to become a millionaire.

The Problems

While binary options is both a legal and real investment opportunity, the Millionaire Blueprint is not likely to be a real and trustworthy investment opportunity.

Though this system claims to be free, in order to use their system you must partner with the binary options trading platform of their choice. In the past this has been Inside Option, though it is currently BinaryDas.com. Regardless of which trading platform it is, however, users must deposit at least $200 into their account in order to begin trading. So while you do not pay a fee directly to the Millionaire Blueprint, you cannot use their system without having at least $200 to invest.

The truth is that this same program is also sold under the name the Free Money System, which was found online at FinanceXO.com, and the reality that this company actually receives some kind of a “finder’s fee” from the trading websites they partner with whenever they send someone there who opens an account. Whether you are successful at earning money is irrelevant to them, because they are paid when you simply open an account.

In addition, if you read the Millionaire Blueprint disclaimer, they are very clear that nothing they say in their video presentation should “be interpreted as a promise or guarantee of earnings.” This despite the fact that the presentation repeatedly says you are “guaranteed” to earn a million dollars within 90 days.

Finally, though the video presentation says you need no knowledge of trading, that “no brain power is required on your part,” and “this system does everything for you,” they also say that this system will not be successful for people who are not prepared to do everything they need to do to be reach. Well, either the system does everything for you and you need no brain power, or you will be asked to do things that do require preparation and brain power – it can’t be both.

The truth is that there are many, many other websites and video presentations just like this one online, including Guaranteed Wealth System, 7 Figure Traveler, Euro Millionaire System, Ataraxia 7, My Binary System, and many others, but if you are interested in binary trading you’d be much better off reading and studying this type of trading and working with a platform and a licensed adviser directly, than relying on one of these “get rich quick” systems.

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Average Rating for " Millionaire Blueprint Reviews " is 1.62 out of 5 based on 13 reviews.
  • I just want to ask that

    how many times they call

    i just got 3 calls from UK number and im really scared

    ofc i dont answer but im really scared

    when it stop?
  • I signed up after 3 failed attempts online they called me from a local number to get my 250 but I got asked for my birthdate which I thought was unusual. Then I got some emails.

    I wasn't suspicious until they asked for color scans of my credit card, License/Passport & recent utility bill. lol.. that wasn't going to happen. I notified my bank, had my credit card reissued & might get my US$250 back if I'm lucky.

    Appears to be an identity theft scam primarily. I'm looking forward to the call asking me for those scans & more money lol.. might have some fun with them & see if I can get more info about it.

    Be careful
  • I signed up with them but have not put money on the account yet.

    I have NO BANK ACCOUNT - but can still trade with prepaid credit card.....therfore they are not after my savings but maybe just the initial $250 USD
  • There is no system in the world that can make money without any effort and profit generating, its big scam..Better safe than sorry !!
  • my ass is saved I was fallin for this blueprint shit hey yohhh! Guys you saved my black ass, I was about to deposit the 250 bucks,thanx once again you helped me out
  • HI ALL

    IT IS A SCAM

    THEY CALLED ME AFTER I SIGNED UP .

    BUT I DID NOT PAY ANY MONEY.

    THEY TRIED AND I SWEAR TO HOLY GOD BY MORE THAN 17 PHONE CALLS TO MY MOBILE AND EACH TIME I APOLOGIES POLITELY , AND ON EACH TIME THEIR REP. IS GIVING ME DIFFERENT STORY THAT IF I DO NOT DEPOSIT THE USD 250 THEN I WILL LOSE MY CHAIR, OR I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REGISTER AFTER FEW WEEKS ... MANY LIES.

    I Am a sales manager in water industry and i know one thing for sure is that, when a sales rep insists to get your money in different lies AND MEANS then it a scam.

    the amazing thing and YOU WILL LAUGH TOO .....

    ON 22-7-2016 I TOLD THE REP THAT I AM TRAVELING TO WORK ORDER SO A CAN CALL ME ON 27-7-2016 AND HE DID , HE WAS AT THE BEGINNING VERY POLITE AND WHEN I TOLD HIM THAT I DO NOT REMEMBER IF I ASKED HIM TO CALL ME ON 27-7-2016 AND I WAS REALLY HONEST AS I REALLY HAVE FORGOTTEN THIS ISSUE, HE TOLD ME ,,, YOU HAVE A CONTRACT OF ONE MILLION AND I SENT IT TO YOUR EMAIL , CHECK YOUR EMAIL NOW AND CALL ME ON THIS NUMBER, DO YOU HAVE PEN AND PAPER, I SAID YES.... THEN HE GAVE ME A NUMBER WITH AN INTERNATIONAL CODE AND I WAS VERY HAPPY THAT HE SEEMED TOOOOOOOO MUUUUUUCH POLITE AND I SAID NAA THEY ARE GOOD PEOPLE, AND I WAITED AND I WAITED FOR MORE THAN 1 HOUR TO RECIEVE THE EMAIL OF 1 MILION CONTRACT, THEN I SAID MAY BE THERE IS AN IT PROBLEM... I STILL IN THE TRUST MODE .... I WILL CALL HIM ON THE INTERNATIONAL NUMBER TO EXPEDITE THE SEND OF THE CONTRACT....

    I CALLED THE NUMBER...... AND IT WAS DOMINOZ PIZZA RESTAURANT IN THAT COUNTRY.............!!!!

    IF HE LIED ON A TEL FOR A CLEINT DID NOT PAY.... THEN HE CAN SIMPLY .......... YOUR MONEY

    SO STAY AWAY

    SCAM

    SCAM

    SCAM
  • Hello peaple, tell my please? its a scam?
  • Thankyou for all the input. I was just about to sign up but my credit card wasn't processing so I was looking to call customer sevice and ran into these comments.Thanks I guess what they say is true..if it looks too good to be true it probably is.
  • Thanx guys I was about to deposit
  • Is this crap a scam???????
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