Welcome to my 7 Day Millionaire Review!
Now you might actually be reading this & wondering what on earth 7 Day Millionaire is, well it’s a brand new product that’s just launched on ClickSure & it’s also got me very intrigued so I decided to check it out.
Before I get started with this review I want to show you the system I personally use to generate over $200k per year, click here to see it.
Now the 7 Day Millionaire system is basically another binary trading options system, but one that’s created a bit more noise than others and you’re about to find out why…
Now the first thing I have to say about this system is that it’s claims are pretty ridiculous, in fact it probably boasts one of the most ridiculous claims I’ve ever come across. Yep, this system claims it can make you one million in 7 days… I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
You know as well as I do that this system isn’t possibly going to be able to hold true to those claims, and I’ll gladly eat my hat if it does. Think about it, if you could develop a system that generated $1,000,000 in a week then why would you release it to the public? You’d just milk it to yourself right?
So I feel like I’m being a bit hasty here and slamming the product without properly checking it out, so I’ve decided to do some research to backup my opinions and here’s what I’ve found…
In the video presentation there was somebody I recognised. At first I couldn’t put my finger on it but then I realised, it was the Fiverr girl! I couldn’t believe it. A system that’s supposedly able to help you make 1 million in 7 days hires a girl from Fiverr to appear in their videos.. ALARM BELLS.
Plus, you’ll probably recognise her too because she’s only one of the most famous Fiverr gig presenters out there, they could have at least had some sense to try and pick somebody a little less recognisable:
Recognise her? Yep thought you might.
So put it this way, it’s not looking good so far. Oh and I almost forgot to mention that whilst I was on Fiverr I also noticed another guy that was in the 7 Day Millionaire video:
In the words of the Chuckle Brothers, oh dear oh dear.
So okay, maybe they just cheaped out on the video…
We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt, let’s just assume they cheaped out on the video & it was an honest mistake. So now the most important part, what about the actual system itself – does it work?
To be honest it just follows the same template as all of the other failed systems that have came before it, it doesn’t seem to bring anything new or special to the table – certainly nothing that seems like it’d stand any chance of helping you hit a million in 7 days.
If there wasn’t already enough alarm bells ringing, here’s the worst thing I noticed…
I managed to catch this system literally just as it launched, and on it’s page it said that it had already helped it’s members earn over $65 million. How on earth could that be possible!? It had just launched! So a system that is going to generate fake numbers from the start certainly can’t be trusted.
Personally I’d avoid this system if I were you, it just doesn’t add up.
Unfortunately there probably are people that will buy into this system without conducting research beforehand, but it looks like it’s not going to make anyone money other than the owners who seem to be using it to build their email list.
So here’s a quick recap:
- Fake actors from Fiverr in the promo video.
- Wild claims that it can make you 1 million in 7 days.
- Annoying popups asking for your email.
- What seem to be false income claims.
So yep, feel free to make your own mind up but I can probably guess what you’re thinking.
If you have happened to try it out already and your actually reading this review after getting involved then I’d love to hear your thoughts – was I wrong?
Furthermore if you’d like to see the system that I personally use to bring in over $30,000 every single month simply check out my about me page.