Walter Carter’s Millionaire Blueprint (i.e., Scam Design 101)

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Quick Summary of Millionaire Blueprint

Rating: 0.01 out of 5. The scammers cant even figure out which video to showcase.

Pros: The Walter Carter and Walter Green stories are so jumbled and incredible that you would be hard-pressed to take them as true.

Cons: I was doing a double take on exactly which binary options scam I was reviewing....Millionaire Blueprint or Free Money System? Who knows?

Our Recommendation: This is a definite scam- stay away. Check out our #1 recommendation if you're looking to make real money online.

Full Review

Walter Carter is a multimillionaire “with a passion for two things in life:”

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So, when Walter was offered the opportunity to join a group that made money “by manipulating a secret method of currency exchange online,” he jumped at this chance.

“You see, the reason why I love to boast online is because everything I do is completely legal,” Walter notes. Also, “I like to stick a middle finger up at the Authorities and Banks that are LITERALLY SCREWING all of us every day.”

Who else does Walter have a vendetta against?

“I would also love to obliterate those scam artists that claim they have a strategy, but in reality they are typically giving real experts like me a bad name.”

How’s Walter going to take his revenge against the authorities, banks, scam artists and other financial terrorists?

Introducing Millionaire Blueprint

Walter used to be “one of the most senior analyst/traders at one of the largest Investment Banks in the world.” There, he experimented with “complex trend indicators” and worked with other traders and analysts “to design the perfect ‘trend-spotting’ system.”

One such system was quite successful, and so successful that a private traders’ group invited Walter to collaborate with it and “create a monster of a machine.” The team included a private software provider.

But then, he was betrayed:

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So, to get revenge on his betrayers, Walter is now putting the software online for the next 30 registrants to use. “I’m a strong believer in karma and the theory of what goes around, comes around.”

It’s not binary options trading

Somehow, the Millionaire Blueprint isn’t at all involved in binary options trading.
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Instead, this software does the following:

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If you’re still confused about how this method is not just another binary options auto-trader, Walter explains further:

By changing an American dollar to a British pound to a Japanese yen, then all back to an American dollar, money is made through Walter’s software. This is the example that Walter uses to explain how he manipulates the currency markets via his non-binary trading method.

Yeah, it all makes sense now.

Welcome to Millionaire Blueprint Free Money System

Once you input your email, you go to a second video that features this guy, who tells you about the “Free Money System”:

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Supposedly, this is Walter Green, who was a down-on-his-luck lawyer at one point- or at least he was until his cousin, Ray Green, told him about a “secret loophole” he’d discovered in binary options trading. Apparently, this loophole was discovered by Israeli traders back in 2010. And it was this loophole that had made him a multi-millionaire.

One thing led to another and Walter started using the “Free Money System” too. Now, he’s stinking rich, owns ten mansions, etc.

Also shown are several customer testimonial videos, where the customers praise the Free Money System platform and how it’s also made them stinking rich.

Wait a minute…what happened to Walter Carter of Millionaire Blueprint? And what happened to the app/software/system not being related to binary options trading?

Over 32 minutes of psychedelic music infused video are devoted to Walter talking about his mega millions, then convincing you to input your email address into the box below.

And best of all, it’s free!*

In the Millionaire Blueprint video, Walter Carter repeats several times that he is offering his non-binary options software “completely free of charge.”

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However, Walter Green states that you’ll need to open a binary options trading account and fund it with at least $200. At that point, you’ll gain access to your trading app.

So much for the Millionaire Blueprint/Free Money System software being completely free to access and use.

Once you do input your email, phone number and password, you are taken to your new broker’s website. In my case, the broker was Binary Book. This broker wanted me to deposit a minimum of $250. The broker also advertised that it would give me a $500 bonus. However, there’s a stipulation that comes with that “bonus” as follows:

For each granted bonus credit, transaction(s) with a total value greater than or, at least, equal to Thirty (30) times the bonus earning are required. Any value below these terms will, under no circumstance, be redeemable and will be returned to BinaryBook.

What about the positive customer testimonials?

Satisfied customers of Millionaire Blueprint and/or Free Money System are peppered throughout both introductory videos. Here are two examples:

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Apparently, both of these actors are available on Fiverr for $5/testimonial.

What about those positive reviews?

If you search online, you’ll find Millionaire Blueprint has a lot of positive reviews going for it. However, there’s just one small yet bothersome detail involved in every one of those reviews: affiliate links.

Why would there be affiliate links associated with these positive reviews?

The answer lies with Clickbank, a scammy affiliate network that certainly knows a thing or two about “squeezing every dollar possible.”

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With such a tempting commission offer available, who wouldn’t want to give this get-rich-quick scheme a thumbs up?

Final verdict: Nope!

If you want to take your chances with Millionaire Blueprint, don’t say you weren’t warned. This system, if it even exists, is rife with red flags and more than likely a scam.

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  1. This is the best scam review for Millionaire Blueprint I found, facts not opinions…
    Thanks for your work and continue like this!
    All the best

    1. It is a scam. Do not deposit money. Lost all.

  2. Hey there people here they already left a message called Walter carter and Walter Green a digital stealer if I am not mistake? So I will be much more hopeless if there is true so I was so eager to start business with both to be a rich and powerful man with them . I am so glad if some trusted and legal units and committee will prove the honesty or working csams both men either. God bless all (;

  3. If you go through my police compalint,,, you can stay away from this scam…If already trapped, immediately approach your bank and file dispute against the transactions made to them. Then complaint to police and authorities…

    Dear Sir, 06 NOV, 2015.
    Sub: Online Scam complaint.
    I am a victim of an Online scam, which is pretending to be a genuine online share trader called “”. I have lost Approx. AED26000 (USD7000)because of their cheating. They are so organized bunch of cheaters that the first search on any search engine will give us only the good results about them and every step they make will seem to be genuine.
    I happened to be hooked up in this trap through a news posted in Yahoo news which was linked to Al Jazeera news. As per their advt. video (Free Money system), I initially put $250 and sent all the ID details and card copies as per their request. Then I was approached over by their Account Manager, one Mr. Vladislav Stoletniy & Mr. Duke(for TVF) through phone(UK No.)/Email & Skype, who forced me to put another $2000 by saying that, as I am unaware about the trade, I need to put minimum five thousand dollars to get professional help from him, and he will make 3-4 times in a week. After making 2-3 successful trades, next day he called me and said that great financial event is happening and he is going to make $30-40K USD and for that he need some money and can be withdrawn in 3days. I said I am in my office and cannot do any transaction upon which he forced me to get all my credit card details, which partially he already had from the docs I sent. Then he pulled out the entire money from my credit card and even overdrew the limit. He then made my entire trading account zero by making false trades. Moreover they had done all this by saying that I will not lose a single penny as they have signed bonus agreement to protect all my first trades.
    Since all this happened in a few days and I hadn’t signed the TVF form as they wanted, they started bugging me for the TVF form to be signed. They tried to hack my personal & office computer several times, which I suspect is might be for this reason or to get further getting my banking details and other personal details. Immediately after recognizing the cheat, I complained and put dispute request to my Emirates NBD bank for all the 4 transactions made to them from my cards using the Debit/Credit card user protection facilities.
    When they approached me to get the TVF signed, I argued them regarding the trade protection they promised and they had to add back my money of 7000USD to my TRADE A/c in their website to get me TVF signed, which I know will not come into my bank a/c once the TVF is signed. The current Email conversations with them attached.
    I don’t know, how you would be able to help me in this, but can definitely support my bank in their investigation procedures and mainly protect each and every person in UAE, who might have a chance to fall into this trap.
    The last calls I got from them which was in my log and which I did not attend: +442036951973, +448708200084. Another one which I attended is +33170700060. All the mails & screenshots and the bank dispute request associated with this is attached for your reference.
    The Email communications & screen shot of the online trading website are attached with the mail for your reference. Also the video link which was attached with the ‘work from home news in yahoo’ and some links which are related with the complaint forums are also attached.

  4. Maritza Breitenbach says:

    IT IS A SCAM! I have not even finished my registration and the money were taken. 12 emails later, no happiness!!
    They owe me 250 USD.

    1. Did you ever get your money back?

  5. I think I just got scammed before I read this article
    I looked at Walter green free money system and followed the instructions on the site it brought me to an account which I filled in the details for and then it brought me to binary book page I then got a call from the binary book agent and he told me how to. Set up my account and then offered me €100 if I deposited €250 into my new account I then told him that I already did.
    He told me that he never heard of Walter green free money system and would I like. To deposit money but again. It was a bit concerning when I heard this guy as he was from India I think and didn’t understand all of a sudden what I was saying to him and he is going to talk to his senior advisers in the morning
    And get back to me
    I’m wondering is the two companies connected and if not why did one website bring me to the other
    Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated


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