Lie Detector Millionaire is a Scam, Don’t Believe the Fake Reviews!

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Lie Detector Millionaire is a Scam, Don’t Believe the Fake Reviews!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

Binary Scam Alerts is posting a severe SCAM warning in regards to the Lie Detector Millionaire (LDM) Software, App, and Autotrader, as well as Daniel Wilkins and Jonas Kane the fake actors. Our staff of researchers and data scientists was practically mauled by overzealous marketers trying to push this extremely deceptive trading system. This recent scam has proven to be particularly misleading and beguiling since the owners of this scheme tried their best to conceal the evidence, and they almost succeeded but right when we were about to give up we found the proverbial smoking gun, and seconds after publishing this post our staff started getting threats from these Cyber-criminals.  It didn’t help them one bit though, they were out for blood and it’s our job to stop them and inform the public.

Update: The Lie Detector Millionaire is currently being relaunched as the Polygraph Millionaire. The is the exact same scam and the same sleazy affiliate marketers are behind it and are now promoting it very aggressively.

Official Scam Sites: http://liedetectormillionaire.com/
http://www.polygraphmillionaire.com/secret.html?

Proof of Scam
We went through the California Yellow Pages and searched for Mr Jonas Kane in Roseville CA (that’s where he claims his business is) under various combinations such as Polygraph, Lie Detector, Private Investigator, and even under Military Titles such as General or Officer. The guy doesn’t exist, he’s got no address, no business, no social profile on Facebook or Linkedin, and he is not registered in the Better Business Bureau. I even used my personal connections in the DMV and asked my ex-girlfriend to see if this guy is for real, I actually wanted him to be legit just this time. But as luck would have it, this person is most likely a paid actor who will say he is the Prince of Wales very convincingly if you just pay him a measly $5.

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They did do it very nicely though, if you noticed they hid his face then you can probably guess there is a reason and it has to do with the fact that he is most likely well known for selling snake oil and magic potions to blind old ladies. Contrarily Daniel Wilkins is another story and has never been seen before. This person is a well paid and very convincing actor, they did not get this guy on Fiverr.com and he is very talented, which makes him that much more dangerous. They did however manage to screw up the testimonials with fake image bank photos, and it’s actually rehashed from an older scam called http://spectresystem.net/, you are welcome to check out the fake testimonial section there and compare it yourself, it’s getting really late here and I’m really tired of using MSPaint to do these screenshots from older trash systems.

Lie Detector Millionaire Review
The Lie Detector Millionaire is a story about Daniel Wilkins who “used to be a scammer” and now found something legit and with his friend “Trader X” are supposedly making millions. This con artist goes on to explain how 99% of traders lose their money trading binary options because most systems can’t factor in events like fires, or hurricanes but HIS system has an algorithm that has managed to solve this issue and is now offering it to Beta Testers for free. In reality, this guy is a pretender and charlatan that’s obviously very good at selling, but totally clueless about binary options or how to really make money in life. He’s just reading a script from a teleprompter and going through the motions as dictated to him by the directors and producers of this obvious sham. The software itself actually looks a bit different than the usual, but there is enough corroborating evidence to show a pattern of deception without testing it.

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The most troubling thing here is what’s missing, which is the actual proof of wins. All we see is inflated bank accounts which are obviously photo-shopped but not one piece of content or graphical image has been used to display winning trades. This by itself should arouse your suspicion, but if you are still in denial and want even more proof than you can invest and see how fast you lose your money, just don’t say I didn’t warn you. Additionally, if you do decide to deposit for some reason, don’t fund your account with over $250 since you will want to test the waters first. I honestly believe that all the technical analysis, charting, and candlesticks spreadsheets won’t help you achieve the desired ITM ratio of ~90% as advertised in most scams. You will end up very frustrated and upset, but not so curious anymore (hope it was worth it).

Is it Free?
Yes, the software is free but you will need to invest a minimum of $250 with your broker account in order to qualify.

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Signals, Autotraders, Copiers, and Bots
It’s not every day that we see a clever deception such as this explode on the scene. It’s definitely a Class A Scam, which means it has the uncanny ability to trick, cheat, and dupe innocent day-traders in a very effective way. To view our recent recommendations you will want to check out our new signals and auto-traders section.

Final Words and Troubling Conclusions
The Lie Detector Millionaire (LDM) Software, App, and Autotrader, as well as Jonas Kane and Daniel Wilkins are a malicious binary options investment scam. After reviewing and examining this system, we have decided to urge all our members, viewers and subscribers to avoid this piece of trash code. There is nothing genuine, honest, or sincere about it besides the brazen attempt of the people behind it to steal your money. Don’t forget to join our Facebook group and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

About Patrick Jones

Exposing financial scams since 2015 on a daily basis. Patrick has an academic background in Journalism and a knack for delivering snappy and relevant reviews. View all posts by Patrick Jones →