For this 50K Mission Scam Review I will share with you my findings about this fairly new and surprisingly very popular trading system calling itself ‘The 50K Mission’.
I want to have a closer look to find out if the 50K mission really is legit or is it just another scam.
First impressions; well I must say the website itself does actually look quite nice, to begin with that is.
After a closer look I found that there is very little actual information given on the website and the pictures of charts and graphs don’t actually show us anything. They are just for show. So nicely designed but actually void of any detailed or even of any vague information. It is not even clear that it is a Binary Options Trading System.
Now let’s look at the 50K Mission video introduction, and what a lengthy yet empty one it was. Full of, I’m sorry to say, what I think are pretty awful actors giving testimonials. I don’t even need to waste my time searching to find them online to prove their illegitimacy. It doesn’t help that most of them have claimed to have made hundreds of thousands of dollars in the last year yet not one of them seems to have been able to afford to update their wardrobe nor their homes. I’m not saying they should all be sitting in Ferraris, dressed like millionaires, but my instincts do say they are still scraping by on the dollars they reel in from their fake testimonial.
Next in the video we are scare mongered and rushed in signing up quickly. Quickly before we realize it’s probably another Scam,
Maybe I am just a cynic but; ‘Only 25 places in total!’ …really? Again this is pretty unbelievable. This product has been out for way over a week now so I think we can be pretty sure that more than these precious 25 spaces would have gone. It’s hardly difficult to get hold of and sign up to.
These so called limited spaces rarely ever run out with scams like 50k Mission. So don’t let them scare you to rush into signing up. A legitimate company would not be in such a rush!
Showing us lots of big figures- no proof for me, just yet.
We are given a bit of background info on the success of the 50K Mission. It was allegedly launched over a year ago……enlisting 100 people (beta-testers) to begin with.
Apparently 99 out of the 100 made over $1000 in one day! They add a funny little anecdote saying that the 1 person out of the 100 that didn’t make that money had gone in labour 2 days after signing up and instead is taking care of her newborn baby. I found this quite an irrelevant and annoying attempt at adding a human and ‘believable’ touch to the product.
The 50K Mission are looking for a few ’brave people’ and they tell us that the system is now ‘finished, polished and perfected’. Trouble is they still haven’t told us what it actually does!
We then go on to more, possibly legitimate but more likely to be fake, testimonials showing more allegedly booming broker balances
For example there is one with RB Options… Having the name ‘David H’ as account holder will most probably cause withdrawal issues. If it was a real Binary Options trading account we would see a real full name or the name would be blurred for privacy!
Please remember anyone can do this!!
Here is a supposed screenshot of comments left on Twitter and Facebook boasting success about the 50K Mission. Unfortunately no way to verify the legitimacy of these.
Although the video repeatedly tells us that the system is free, free and definitely FREE, it’s pretty obvious from the start that the deposit of 250 will be needed. We are shown screenshots of broker balances growing from 250 or 300 up to hundreds of thousands. Please always remember these are very easy to replicate so they are not proof.
The best is still to come, just have a look at their explanation of why they decided to share the software with random people like you and me.
‘So that brings me to the deal we want to offer you today. ‘We want to give you the 50K Mission software.’ ‘We don’t want any money from you…’
They go on to explain;
‘We want you to make a nice $50,000 donation to the non-profit group or charity of your choice, after you’ve made your first $500,000.’ Apparently this is where the name 50K Mission comes from!!!
I have to say this made me laugh out load. It is a creative and original way of trying to increase the legitimacy of the product.
So you just need to promise them. No contract etc… in other words, they don’t actually expect anyone to get that far or even close.
The video continues to go on about the donation of $50,000 as if they trying to convince us that it is not much to lose. This is another tactic, it is a way of deflecting our attention away from the $250 deposit we will soon be expected to make.
So as we come to the end of the video I realise that not even once has it been mentioned what the 50K Mission system actually does. Not once!
Further reading of the website and all available information shows me that there is no further information. They have no intention of telling us what the 50K Mission trading software does.
Instead the conclusion to the video is just more pushy sales. We are told if we do not sign up ‘Right Now’ that; ‘This video could go away’ and that we ‘still MAY have a chance to get in on it’. It continues; ‘DO IT RIGHT NOW’
I don’t know about you guys but for me this is really too much pushing; ‘Now, now, right now, Do it right NOW!’
I don’t think so 50K Mission. more likely. Welcome to my Scam bin where you belong.
Keep alert for Binary options Scams like these. Remember if you want to trade successfully there are plenty of legitimate binary Options Trading systems out there.