Push Money App Scam Review. From the creators of Fastcash.biz comes a fresh new scam with a slick production video. This one is going viral so please read this review through to the end to avoid losing your hard earned money! Push Money App is a scam and we have the hard evidence to prove it!
Push Money App is a very fancy video production that is sure to scam a lot of new traders out of their money. Why? Because the actors they use appear authentic and it’s easy to believe their honest looking faces. Let’s take a look at their back story. The Push Money App is supposedly created by two old friends, Dennis Moreland and Mike Callahan. We tried to find these two individuals online with no luck. For millionaires with a hugely successful trading history, as they claim, they have absolutely no online history. This is a huge red flag. They sure do look and seem real, but they aren’t! Don’t fall for it!
Denis Moreland and his wife lead us on a happy little fairy tale journey to meet up with their business partners and a bunch of actors who they claim are their beta tester group. Fashcash.biz tried this same trick and we saw straight through it. Take a look at this supposed phone call Denis and his wife have with one of their beta testers who just made $5000. It seems really sweet but it’s nothing but a load of lies.
We found “Alexa” on a youtube channel going by a different name. How surprising! Things are not as they seem!
At the very beginning of the video, Dennis Moreland promises that if we don’t make any money, he’ll write us a check for $1000. If anyone wants to take him up on this offer, please go get yourself checked by a doctor! The creators behind Push Money App have no intention on making an actor pay you $1000. Trust is, this is another false promise in a long line. Take a look at this check in the picture below.
What broker do you know that pays you directly from the auto trader account? No! First of all, if a broker was paying you, the money is coming from the broker, not the auto trader. This check is signed by Dennis Moreland, who we already know doesn’t actually exist. The fact that his fake name is on this fake check is just more proof that Push Money App is counting on traders who have no knowledge of how brokers pay!
Further more, the Push Money App website was only created on January 9, 2016, yet the check is dated back in December. Scam alert! The production team behind the Push Money App scam really need to check their facts because they are falling all over themselves. We guess they thought their sweet faced actors would seduce us into falling for this crap.
Push Money App is sure to make you lose your entire balance, so please don’t fall for this. These scammers deserve nothing and they deserve to find out how smart traders really are! If you are interested in something that actually works, check out our review of Social Trading with Tradeo. And check out one of our favorite share revenue sites, Traffic Monsoon! And as always, thank you so much for reading and please leave a comment or send us a message! Peace!
Conclusion: Push Money App is a SCAM!!