Is Push Button System A Scam?

is push button system a scam

“A year’s salary with the click of a mouse”
Is the Push Button System a scam? Is The Push Button System Real?

 

Push Button System Summary

Name: Push Button System
Website: pushbuttonsystem.com
Owner: Jay Brown
Price: $67

Summary: The Push Button System is basically selling some miracle button that “pulls money out of thin air, $20,000 at a time”.

Their words, not mine.

In my opinion, it is this exact thinking that gives the entire industry a bad name. The real industry, of online marketing, consists of learning, hard work, and consistent action to earn an income.

Recommended? No.

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Push Button System Review

It’s quite obvious that someone spent quite some time and money putting together the sales video for this product. Though the lengthy sales video was pretty captivating, that is as far as the compliments will go within this review.

The name Push Button System immediately sets off red flags. 

If you’ve been working online for any amount of time then you know that no such things exist.

Nowhere in the world can you push a simple button and generate $1,000’s of dollars time after time.

The same is true when it comes to working on the internet.

If you are truly interested in working from home and generating consistent revenue. Then I would recommend looking into starting your own online business – it takes work, but is not as difficult as it may seem.

Issues With Push Button System

This isn’t the first system that I’ve come across a program which claimed to help individuals make a large sum of money at the “push of a button”.

See Paid To Send Emails or Countdown To Profits, or even Desktop Commissions System written by Anis, which make similar claims of earning $100,000+ a month with a single click.

Other obvious concerns I had with Push Button System is the claims such as “I pushed one button and now I have $23,052 in my bank account”.

Or even, this is “the fastest way to become a millionaire on Earth”.

You might be skeptical after hearing such large claims and rightfully so. Good for you for doing your research.

The claims made above are usually only made by people who are either very desperate, trying to scam you, or both.

Is This a Different System?

While watching the sales video on the website, I happened to come across something highly concerning. This comes from directly from Push Button System’s website.

If you look below in the disclaimer, you will find:

“This site and the products and services offered on this site are not associated, affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by Google, eBay, Amazon, Yahoo or Bing nor have they been reviewed tested or certified by Google, Yahoo, eBay, Amazon, or Bing. The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system. EzMoneyTeam.com does not guarantee income or success, and examples shown in this presentation do not represent an indication of future success or earnings. The company declares the information shared is true and accurate.”

Notice the EzMoneyTeam.com.

Due to this, I believe this system is actually a funnel to the EZ Money Team’s product.

Another system that I do not recommend. You can read my in-depth review here.

The Realities Of Working Online

A lot of systems out there promise way too much.

They tell people who are looking for safe, reliable ways to earn an income online that they can and will get rich from it.

For example, make over $20,000 at the push of a button? Think about it.

Systems like these never work out and end up being a complete waste.

On the other hand, there are people who put in a lot of work to make products that can actually help you to work from home.

Take a look at our favorite service out there when it comes to learning how to generate income online.

When new to working online it’s OK to try new things, perhaps even take some risks. But nothing as risky as falling for something that will “make you a millionaire in 3 months just for pushing a button”.

Is Push Button System a Scam?

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They are selling a button. More specifically a button that will make you over $20,000 per click. According to the website.

But we know better than that.

I chose not to purchase this particular system myself for the reasons shared above. You are free to purchase any items of your choosing.

If you did happen to purchase the Push Button System, feel free to share your experiences using this system after purchase.

We would love to hear from you 🙂

About the author

Jason

My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

  • Nichole says:

    My question is where is all the comments from people who actually tried the website out and either succeeded or failed at bringING in an income?

    • mm Jason says:

      I decided not to buy it based on my findings above. I am confident that the Push Button System website is ‘funneling’ people to the EZ Money Team course.

      A course which I have tried and did a full review on. See the EZ Money Team review here.

      Likewise, there are more comments in that review from others who have tried the program as well.

      Hope this helps.

  • Greg says:

    Same old (crap) I’ve heard for (years) guys. ‘Jay Brown’ is not saying a single thing that (all) these other ‘auto turn-key’ ‘get rich now’ ‘gurus’ haven’t been saying at least since the 1980s. TRUST ME, I have heard ’em all from way back when Tom Vu, Carlton Sheets, Dave DelDotto, etc. etc. etc., have been touting their fake ‘phoney baloney’ get rich quick schemes on latenight cable tv. Definitely (would) be nice if even a (single one of these guys were actually telling the truth but sadly, most, if not all of them were con artists, waiting to rob you blind and then you would see (NO) results from all the money you paid to them!! Case in point, Don Lapre went to jail after bilking thousands out of their hard-saved money, me included! He ended up hanging himself. (MAYBE) his guilt finally caught up to him as far as the many that he swindled money out of with no intentions of ever making sure his ‘system’ was legit !!

    • mm Jason says:

      What’s unfortunate is that this ‘approach’ to making money online is still around today, and it will be around for years to come as the people behind these systems are likely earning themselves a profit.

      Even if it’s at the expense of others.

      In my opinion, they would be far better off building something that actually helps and teaches people.

      Thanks for taking the time to share on our Push Button System review, Greg.

  • Vicente San Martin Jr says:

    Is there any one that has try this already and hit big money already ? been thinking about it but not sure as of yet ??

  • Beth McCall says:

    I’ve tried affiliate marketing, copy and paste, like from Amazon to ebay, did surveys, and I don’t have sales experience, fast typing skills, customer service experience, not a writer or blogger, also Amazon Mechanical Turk had bad reviews. So what job offer would you recommend for me, right now I am unemployed and on disability. I also would like something that is not too difficult to do, and too time consuming.

  • kevingaiser says:

    damn i got roped into this again. luckly it was their money and it didnt hurt my bank account.

  • Gator Nathaniel says:

    Hello
    I want to ask what of people that are not in the state can they also take part in it.? And true is this thing, if i made the payment $67 and i do not see any out come how can i get my money back..? And what of those who are in West Africa can they take part in it…?

    • mm Jason says:

      Hi Gator,

      I am unsure if the Push Button System allows people outside of the states to take part in their “program”. We do not recommend using the Push Button System.

  • alexandra says:

    Of course I knew I was not going to be an instant miljonaire by starting with the push button system lol They do mention during the presentation that the people they “talk” with had the system set up already.

    I worked through all the layers of getting the fun started and had to become part of not only PushButton but also ClickFunnels, Clicksure, Click.org, Clickbetter, Traffic for me…..just to name a few.

    Not a computer wizard but not stupid either it is a full time job to get through all the layers.

    All this is all fun but then!!! You get to “work” with the experts.

    I have NEVER EVER in my life dealt with more unpleasant people. They are downright arrogant, condescending and aggresive.

    Just last night I received a call from one the so-called experts and when I mentioned that I had severed my ties with the Push Button System I got an earful from “gentleman” Chris and he finished his lovely statement with ” Whatever….we just charged your credit card for $3000.00″!!!!!

    I have yet to receive my initial money back ($67.00) from Push Button, no direct answers from them either, they hide behind Clickbetter who issued a very aggresive answer that my account was cancelled…….still waiting for the dollars though.

    I am sure there must be less hurtfull ways in order to make some extra money from home. If you are in the market for complications and mind boggling connections and you love to be put down and mistreated Push Button is the system for you.

    • mm Jason says:

      Hi Alexandra,

      Thank you for sharing your experience with Push Button System with others. The whole point here is to help others save time and money by avoiding get rich quick schemes like Push Button System.

      It’s all hype and not how online business works. If you are looking for a proper education into online business, I recommend checking out Wealthy Affiliate and creating a free account there to get started:

      https://extrapaycheckonline.com/my-1-recommendation/

      Thanks again, Alexandra.

  • Rene says:

    Can I please ask if you yourself have ever purchased and tried this push button system yourself to see if it works? I used to run a review site with WA, but I never put another system down without at least trying it. That is the essence of being able to tell someone it is a scam.
    This guy makes many claims about the push button system. Clickbetter is just like Clickbank and they will always refund anything you are not happy with, as long as you cancel and request the refund within the time frame stipulated.
    I have received refunds from Clickbetter, but only when I was actually entitled to it.
    About WA. I have a site still trapped within WA that is mine. I wrote all of the posts, I developed the site but the minute that I decided not to renew with WA (because I never made a dime and I didn’t get the help that I needed), they made it so that I can’t get to my site so that I can host it somewhere else. I purchased the domain name through WA; it’s my site name but Kyle says that the only way he will let me have access to my site now is if I renew with WA at $49 bucks a month? Who do you know that hosts a website for $49 bucks a month? I can get great hosting for numerous sites under $5 bucks a month at GoGVO and Joel Therien.
    So WA is not the perfect go to answer that you are claiming either. I have asked Kyle to give me access to MY SITE, and he told me “no, you have to renew” and “your domain name is set at not to renew” when it expires. So when he says that he is saying “you are going to lose your website unless you come back to WA and pay what we want you to pay to gain access to everything you own”. That is highway robbery.
    Is WA doing so poorly that they are telling a 60 year old woman that all of the work she put into a website with a domain name that she purchased from WA, is going to be deleted to never be seen again and that I can’t have my website back from them without giving them over $40? What’s up with that?

    Can’t wait to hear your response to these two big questions. Thanks.

    • mm Jason says:

      Hi Rene,

      Did you read the review here or were you looking for somewhere to vent issues you may have had with WA?

      In the post above, I clearly state:

      “I chose not to purchase this particular system myself for the reasons shared above. You are free to purchase any items of your choosing.

      If you did happen to purchase the Push Button System, feel free to share your experiences using this system after purchase.”

      Also within the review, notice mention of the Push Button System being directly linked to The EZ Money Team. A system I had hands-on experience with.

      As stated in the review, I believe that the Push Button System is a funnel to The EZ Money Team (as supported by the screenshot). I hope you are following me here and see why I felt there was no need to purchase Push Button System only to be led BACK to the EZ Money Team.

      Not once did I call the Push Button System a scam, we DO NOT recommend it, however.

      You can learn more about Clickbetter here if you like. I think this was a well put together review: https://www.affiliateresources.org/clickbetter-review/

      As a member, you should now that I have no control over your WA account.

      If there’s anything that I can help with do let me know. I am happy to help where I can!

  • Elden L Kaeo says:

    I am not able to find a way to get my money back. I was scammed !


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