Welcome to my review of the Wonder Clicks system. This is something that’s just recently launched claiming it can allow you to make $1,374.72 per day just by clicking your mouse. It’s generated a lot of hype which is hardly surprising based on those claims so I’ve decided to take a closer look to find out what it’s all about. Most importantly I’ll be discovering whether or not it lives up to it’s promises & can actually make us any money.
Before we get started…
I want to let you know that I’m not an affiliate of this system which means what you’ll be reading here is a 100% honest review, not some hyped up BS put together to sell the system to you for a commission. As always I only ever recommend products if they’re absolutely proven to work.
I also want to let you know that this is a binary options system, and the reason I want to make that clear from the start is because these binary systems have built up a really bad reputation lately. Basically they’ve been making false promises & doing nothing other than parting people with their cash – I’ve reviewed literally hundreds of them in the past few month & I’ve yet to come across a single one that works. I’m going to give this system a fair review, but I wouldn’t recommend getting your hopes up.
At a glance…
I don’t want to tar this system with the same brush but from a quick look it certainly looks unnervingly similar to the other binary systems that have came before it.
The website itself throws bold income claims & several testimonials at you but doesn’t really go into much detail as to how the system is actually supposed to work which seems a little odd. From the 12 minutes of video on the homepage the only insight you’re given is that it apparently works by placing trades in “micro-milli seconds”, and that this speed is how it’s able to generate profits.
Personally I think that’s a load of rubbish, and whilst we’re on the topic of the video take a look at this:
I discovered that one of the guys who provides a testimonial in the video is advertising his services as an actor on Fiverr. No doubt the others who appear are probably listed on Fiverr too, therefore clearly these testimonials are fake which is obviously a major red flag. The reason I looked on Fiverr is because this is actually a common trend on these binary options systems, a lot of them use actors from Fiverr to provide testimonials to make their system appear genuine when in fact it’s not.
Admittedly fake testimonials don’t mean the system doesn’t work, but my thinking is that if they’re willing to try & trick us right from the off then what else are they willing to do? It certainly takes away my trust.
But the system is free right?
Although the system is promoted heavily as being free, after entering your email address you quickly find out that isn’t actually the case. Instead in order to gain access to the so called ‘free’ system you’re required to sign up with the broker they recommend and deposit at least $250. I don’t know about you, but that’s not what I call free.
Here’s how it really works…
After conducting some research it became evident that this system hasn’t been setup by a trader at all, it’s actually been setup by an internet marketer who’s out to make a quick buck at other peoples expense.
Basically the marketer behind this system is affiliated with a broker, and he gets paid a huge commission for each new member he gets to sign up & make a deposit.
Obviously though most people are aware just how risky binary option trading is so they’re extremely reluctant to make a deposit because they know they’ll most probably lose their money. This of course means no commissions for the marketer.
But he’s clever, and realizes that if he comes up with a system that makes people believe they will be able to profit from the trades then he’ll be able to get more people to sign up and deposit funds… That’s where Wonder Clicks comes into it. You see this system is nothing but hype, it’s simply designed to convince you that you’ll be able to make money on your trades but unfortunately you’re only left to find out the hard way after you’ve made a deposit that it doesn’t quite work as promised. By then though it’s too late, the brokers they work with usually offer no refund policies so the chances of you getting any of your money back are extremely slim.
Avoid this system unless you’re wanting to lose money, because that’s all will help you to do.
Don’t think you’ll be able to make a deposit and ‘try it’ then withdraw your funds if it doesn’t work because you’ll lose your money. The brokers they work with usually either don’t offer refunds or require you to make a minimum amount of trades before you can cash out, but obviously by then you’ll have most likely lost it all anyway.
Be prepared to wave good bye to any money that you deposit into this system (and don’t say I didn’t warn you).
In all honesty I’d actually advise against binary option trading in general. I know people on the web make it look easy, but take it from me it isn’t. No matter how it’s been sugar-coated, binary option trading is nothing more than a mere gamble. Even the Forbes have warned against it.
If you’re serious about building an income online then my best advice would be to avoid trading & look into an internet marketing system instead – that’s where the real money is made. Years ago it used to be difficult but these days it’s been completely simplified – take me for an example, I used to work as an electrician & now thanks to an IM system I’m working from home generating a full time income online. By no means am I saying that to brag, I’m just trying to show you how it’s possible if you’re willing to put your mind to it.
That’s just my 2 cents, but I hope you enjoyed reading my review on this system & managed to avoid losing some money. If you have anything to share then by all means feel free to leave a comment below, I love hearing what my readers have to say – thanks!