Is Push Button System a Scam? (Let’s Just Call It Slick & Sleazy)

Is Push Button System a Scam?

Is Push Button System a Scam? That's the question I hope to answer for you in this review. Welcome!

I am so glad you are doing your research before purchasing this program.

In fact, I have my own label for it.

Slick & Sleazy.

You will definitely want to read on and see why you should not even THINK about giving these guys your credit card information.

By the way, if you ever run across this sales page, do yourself a favor and just turn it off.

Trust me:

I've done a lot of reviews by now, and this is possibly the most annoying, outlandish and just downright terrible sales video I've ever had to sit through.

(But I do it for YOU. You're welcome. lol)

Is Push Button System a Scam? You can probably already guess by now.

But let's dig in and see what it's all about.

Here's Why You're Not Making More Money. 
(And 2 Steps to Making More)

PUSH BUTTON SYSTEM SUMMARY

Product: Push Button System
Cost: $67 
Owner(s): ​Jay Brown (Some made up character. Probably not this guy.)
Good For: No One

Push Button System Logo

What is Push Button System?

As soon as I see the header, I know this is going to be trouble. You cannot make $5000 in 24 hours unless you win some money or you get an inheritance.

Make up to $5000 today?

This does not happen in the online world, I don't care how many super affiliates or gurus tell you it does. 

It gets worse from there.

The crazy testimonials start right away. One says, "All I did was push one button and I have $23,052 in my bank account. That's a year's salary with one click of the mouse."

Push Button System fake testimonial guy

Another says excitedly, "How can you make $26,000 by pushing one button?!" lol. You can't. That's the problem.

These are obviously fake testimonials, and we're off to a REAL bad start with Push Button System.

The video claims that we have to watch until the end when the button will appear, and we'll get a chance to push it to make $20,000 in 3 hours. I can't even make this stuff up!

Push Button System is nuts

Jay shows us his fancy car and house to try to get us excited about this system. He tells us we just need to know where to find the button (good news, we found it) and our world will be turned upside down.

Jay is a made up character

The Magic Lever

He says that he has the "lever" and every time you pull it, "you win the jackpot every time." Jay says he's a super affiliate and everyone wants to work with him. (Meanwhile, Jay doesn't exist as far as I can tell.)

He says all he does is push 1 button and he gets richer every day. All the setup is already done. You just push a button and "a year's salary is sent to your bank account within 3 hours."

Come on, this is so insane. It's the most over-the-top hype I've EVER heard. And I've heard a lot!

He goes into some long story about how this button was created. He says that he first pushed the button on a Monday, and purchased an entire theater the following Tuesday.

Slick and Sleazy

I don't know much about this Jay guy (probably because he's an actor), but he's the reason I named this video slick and sleazy. He reminds me of a used car salesman.

Jay shows us an email from an 18-year old kid.

Push Button System email testimonial also fake

This is why I do these reviews. You have to watch out for these types of videos that try to suck you into this nonsense. Please do not fall for this.

"It's just one click. There's everything to gain and nothing to lose."

Oh, you're going to lose alright.


How Does Push Button System Work? 

I literally shook my head and rolled my eyes at this dumb sales video the entire time. I am so, so glad you're doing your homework first. I wouldn't touch this with a 10 foot pole.

I do get it though.

I understand how people get sucked into this.

It's fun to think about just pushing a button and having $20,000 appear in your bank account.

But I know that you know that just doesn't happen. Everyone and their grandma would be pushing those buttons! lol

Anyway, the video doesn't give any indication about what this product is actually about, but the disclaimer gives us a clue:

Push Button System disclaimer shows this is about stock trading software

I'm sure you can't read it (they make it tiny on purpose), but it says:

"We are required to tell potential investors that software's past performance does not necessarily predict future results, therefore you should not speculate with capital you cannot afford to lose."

Push Button System is Basically Gambling

After doing even more research, this is standard trading software, which obviously cannot predict with 100% accuracy (not even close) how the financial markets are going to do.

What's going to happen is that you'll hand over your hard-earned cash, then probably get hit with an upsell. THEN you'll get contacted by a broker where they'll ask you to deposit even more money into the trading account.

The broker gets a cut of your money and "Jay" gets a cut. Everyone's happy.

Except for you.

You're out a bunch of money.

This is nothing but gambling, and chances are when you "pull that lever", as Jay says (Or push that button), you're going to lose.

Big time.


Is Push Button System a Scam or Legit?

I didn't purchase the product (and I STRONGLY advise you do the same), and I'm never 100% comfortable calling something a scam that I didn't buy.

But this is probably the scammiest thing I've ever seen.

Thumbs Down

Not only is the entire video full of tricks, there's something else that concerns me that I'll talk about below. 

Push Button System Review - Pros

  • Absolutely none

Push Button System Review - Cons

  • Fake testimonials
  • HUGE, outrageous income claims
  • Saying you can make all this money with a push of a button
  • Never disclosing to you what this is all about in the video

More Tricks

There are even more tricks at the bottom of the sales page. You can see all the social shares and comments about Push Button System.

Fake twitter and facebook feeds

But this is also fake. I tried to look up @pushbuttonsystem on Twitter, and it doesn't exist.

No Push Button System on Twitter

Here's the other thing that really worries me about this:

Don't give them your personal info!

You have to give up your name AND email AND phone number. And you need to put in a password. First of all, you are going to get bombarded with sales calls and emails. They probably will even sell your info so it'll be worse than usual.

The password really worries me.

When I did some research on Kids Earn Cash, I discovered that there are scammers who collect a password in this way and they hope that it's a password that you use for other things. That way, they can try to get access to your more personal and private information.

I can't 100% say that's happening here, but I would be very, very cautious putting your personal info into this site.

Complaints

As if all that wasn't enough, I was doing research on this, and I saw some disturbing complaints of people who purchased the product and said it was a complete rip off.

It also looks like this came out in 2017, then disappeared for a while (looks like it may have originally on Clickbank, and I assume they got kicked off) and now it's back. The problem is, now there's not even a money-back guarantee.

I'll venture a guess that you'll never get your money back with this.


You CAN Make Money Online

Listen, you're never EVER going to be able to make money with the push of a button, or completely on autopilot, or whatever other BS you hear in these videos.

It just doesn't happen that way.

It's fun to think it does, and I used to fall for it too.

But now I have my head on straight, and I want you to get yours on straight too so you can actually make money online legitimately.

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Conclusion

Is Push Button System a scam? Oooh, if it's not, then it's really, really close. Close enough that I really advise you not to waste your money on this.

When you look for easy push-button systems, all you're going to get is a waste of time and money.

Decide not to do that anymore.

Decide, instead, that you'll learn how to make money online legitimately.

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Do you have any questions or comments about this Push Button System review? Have you heard of it before? Did you immediately think it was a scam, or were you hopeful? Did you buy into it? I'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Leave them for me below!


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14 thoughts on “Is Push Button System a Scam? (Let’s Just Call It Slick & Sleazy)”

  1. The Push Button System review you made on your article is very explicit and it gives one sufficient information needed to make the right decision on whether to go for the system or not. The fact that you were able to prove that the system is just like gambling makes it not worth giving a trial. Thanks so much for this lovely, honest and educative review

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  2. I’ve got to the point where I can’t really understand why people would use the term ‘Push Button System’ in the product title…surely most people now know this is really not possible online?

    It gets even worse when I hear the product is based on trading. Now, I’m an experienced American Tech Stock trader and I know there are NO systems out there that can read the markets, because they’d somehow have to read the news, and predict disasters, every day (crystal ball syndrome). 

    So glad you highlighted this product and the dodgy foundations it sits on! 

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    • I’m wondering the same thing about calling a product “Push Button System”, but I assume people still fall for this type of thing. 

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts about the stock market. It’s good to hear from someone who knows how it all works. 

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  3. Hi Christina

    Thank you for sharing this post about Push Button System. What you have done here is very helpful for anyone that interested in this system. Your review is very thorough and honest which I think can save a lot of people from falling for this scam. 

    I hope you will continue to make more review like this where such business only give empty promises and let people down and think that all affiliate marketing is scam when only certain does.

    All the best,

    Samm

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  4. Christina,

    Thank you for the review. I came up across this scam but thankfully you wrote tons of useful information about them. Exposed!

    By the way, those profits of thousands $$$ without work really looked suspicious.  One thought comes in my mind after seeing scams: Don’t believe easy money online, to actually earn something need to put work.

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    • That’s exactly right! I think Push Button System sounds WAY too good to be true. It’s so over-the-top that I can’t believe anyone would actually fall for it. But, you never know! There are some people who are very hopeful. 

      You’re right though, you shouldn’t expect something for nothing. You can do very well making money online, if you learn how to do it the right way and put in the work. 

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  5. This is an informative and educative article. You have put everything in perspective for anyone reading this post to understand all about Push Button System. From what is Push Button System to how Push Button System work, to pros (none) to cons to Final Review! You can’t possibly be more exhaustive! More importantly, you did not paint an unnecessary picture rather you stated the absolute truth about Push Button System.
    The scam rate are growing exponentially recently with millions scammed and others being scam. Thank to people like you who are exposing them.
     I will love to read more about similar scam or likely scam on this page, I have bookmarked it already.
    Thanks

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    • Thanks so much for your kind words! I am doing my best to educate the public out there about different make money online opportunities. My goal is to actually help show people how to make money legitimately, and save their money on things that don’t work. 

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  6. I must commend you for taking your time and doing a lot of research for making this review. Actually I have heard once about push button system but I do not know how it runs. Reading this article I now understand every bit of it and I can deduce that it’s not worth it , it is a scam . But I’m trying to imagine a lot of people that would have fallen victim if this fake program,this article needs to be read by people and I will take it upon myself to rebroadcast so they will be aware of this fake program.

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    • Thank you for reading this post and for sharing it. I am definitely trying to make people aware of these types of programs before they spend their hard-earned money on them. 

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  7. Hi Christina,

    This is a great information on Push Button system.

    To be honest, this is my first time knowing about the system. I literally do my own research before getting into any online “Make Money” platform.

    I have seen site quite similar to this before I built my own website, they have a lot in common, just as you described in this article. There are fake testimonies, the promise of unreal easy money with a little or no effort.

    I glad you write this article. People who want to know about the system will be thankful for coming across the information you’ve provided.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    • Thanks for reading my Push Button System review. Even the name “Push Button System” tells you enough about this product. There’s just no such thing! 

      I’m glad you do your research before buying into something. It’s so easy to get caught up in these sales tactics. 

      Reply

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