Walter Green’s Free Money System Review: Smart Scam?

What the..? Yet another video-based website offering me the chance to become a part of an exclusive club of individuals who earn a fortune online with just a few clicks of a mouse?

That certainly appears to be the case with Free Money System by Walter Green, and fortunately, I happened to visit the website at a time when there were still a few spots left.

Funnily enough, it said the same thing when I returned 2 days later!

Let’s crack on with my review of a product that makes promises that will no doubt have people reaching for the ‘Join Now!’ button before they even have a chance to fully understand what they are getting involved with.

Promises just like this one…

Free Money System is already showing signs of concern, but am I simply being swayed by very similar products that I have reviewed recently? Let’s get some answers.

Program DetailsFree-Money-System-Review

Name: Free Money System
Program Type: Trading binary options
Cost: Free to join then $200 minimum to unlock plus ongoing running costs
Owner: (Portrayed to be): Walter Green

Free Money Machine Overview

As mentioned at the start of this review, the Free Money System website contains very little in the way of readable content.

A number of scam factors are present, and your focus is quickly fixed on the all singing and all dancing video that greets you.

At just over 34 minutes long the video is shorter than most, but the style and direction of it is very similar to those I have seen recently.

In this one, you get to meet Walter Green – the self-proclaimed green machine.

Within minutes he portrays himself as something of God amongst online income generators. In fact, he wastes no time in telling you that he has created 152 new millionaires, earning $189 million in pure profit – in the last 90 days.


This, apparently, has all been made possible with the occasional click of a mouse for those who use the Free Money System.

By the time you reach the end of the video, you will have witnessed a hard-hitting sales pitch with little in the way of detail.

You also get to meet a variety of people who all claim to be millionaires thanks to the Free Money System.

They are of course all actors, but for those who are in desperate need of a break…they might subconsciously decide to ignore this very obvious fact.

And let’s not forget that all this is being offered to you for free – or so it seems.

Once you hand over your email address it is explained that the Free Money System process is a binary options trading program, and to initiate the system you will need to pay a minimum of $200.

That’s not a one-time fee…that’s just to get your foot inside the Free Money System door.

Trading Binary Options? What’s that?

Let me try and keep this as short as possible.

Within the Free Money System program, trading binary options relate to the prediction of the value of stocks and shares. It’s actually a simple process where the value of stocks or shares is predicted to do one of two things – rise or fall.

You basically make a prediction for x amount of dollars, and if you predict the right outcome you win a predetermined amount. If you are wrong you get nothing.

This basically makes it a gamble, and whilst the process of trading binary options is not a scam, it is not for the faint-hearted or people on a tight budget.

When you go through the process of signing up with Free Money System you are instructed to choose between one of 3 binary brokers: GTOptions, XB24, or anyoption.


These are all well-known online brokers within the industry, but the most important point to note here is that they all pay considerable commission payments to anyone who introduces a person to their program.

So, if you decide to join Free Money System and open an account with any of the above, Free Money System will earn a commission payment every time you trade.

This is how they generate what is likely to be a substantial and ongoing income from everyone that joins.

But let’s not forget an important part of the process – the actual trading. You and I are unlikely to know where or how to place our “bets” so this is a job that only an expert can perform with any degree of understanding.

This is where Walter Green calls on his “Dream Team” of experts, who are responsible for the millions earned for the…well, actors within the video.

Consider these points when evaluating the roles of Walter Green’s experts…

(1) How much of an expert do you need to be to make a 50/50 decision?
(2) The greater the cost of your advised trade, the more the Free Money System team earns in commission payments.
(3) Regardless of if you win or lose, Free Money System makes a profit (from your money)

This is actually a very smart way for the Free Money System team to make a lot of money from unsuspecting people who do not realize that their done-for-you-in-3-months-millionaire-status is primarily a system that generates Walter Green and his crew a regular flow of commission payments.

Further proof that they want you to spend big so THEY can earn bigger becomes even more obvious once you choose a broker to work with.

All of a sudden it is suggested that you rethink that already-excessive $200 entrance cost and invest much more (converts to $1680 – $8410 at the time of writing).


 BUT…will it make you a millionaire?

During my research, I trawled through many websites related to trading binary options and I was amazed by what I found.

In fact, plug “what is trading binary options” into Google yourself and you will see that it’s a risky business.

Be warned though…you might have to wade your way through websites claiming to tell you the truth, only to convince you to sign up to a broker that earns them commission payments.

But if you have cajones of steel, like to live on the edge, or even have enough cash to fund a crazy Free Money System journey, do you actually stand any chance of making a million green ones?

Yes, there is a chance, but only if you have a VERY large pot of money to fund a journey filled with intense risk. About $500,000 should do it.

If you want to consider an equivalent gamble, step up to a roulette wheel and put your life savings on red or black and then keep everything crossed. Please don’t do that really…no REALLY, please don’t!


Keep Your $200 In Your Pocket

Seriously, don’t even think about investing at least $200 in Free Money System…it will not make you rich.

Treat your partner to a nice gift, pay off a couple of bills, buy your kids a new toy, or if you want to learn a genuine way to make money online, read how I do it and yes…you still get to keep your $200.

Whatever you do, don’t get sucked into the Free Money System by Walter Green. If you do your hard-earned cash will do just one thing…line the pockets of the people behind this program.

They really don’t care about your success, they only care about how much money they can extract from your pockets.

Have you experienced Free Money System by Walter Green? If so I’d love to hear your personal thoughts in the comments section below.

Marcus – WFHW

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  • Came across this scam on a random site. I’m a qualified accountant working in business for many years, so I’m (hopefully) wise to most hype. But this presentation is so persuasive and convincing, I can see how even usually savvy people could be taken in.
    Be warned ! There’s no easy way to be a millionaire !

    • Hi Richard,

      Absolutely agree with you!

      The video is almost hypnotic, but hopefully most people will take the time to check Google for genuine reviews before parting with any money.

      Thanks for stopping by, Richard!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Great Info. I heard of these but didn’t know it still existed. Also, I never heard of Walter Green and out of curiosity, I searched and found your site. I have assumed this was another con like others, and your site confirmed. Thanks for the info and I also feel sorry for those that invested.

    • You are welcome, Sean, and well done for being curious enough to Google the program first!

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi, I knew it was a scam from the very beginning. Also I did signed up and gave them my phone number and email just to have some fun with it. The phone ring almost immediately from Australia and than unknown number and I am in Poland. Interested thing is that I found that video on Alex Jones infowars website, which is at least curious.

    • Hi Wojciech,

      Yes, it’s a very easy trap to fall into because the video is so convincing.

      It just shows how quick these guys respond when people hand over their details – regardless of where you are in the world.

      I do get many reports of the video being featured on trusted websites, and this comes down to the team behind the Free Money System choosing to advertise on those sites (a clever tactic I guess).

      Most of the time I don’t think the website owners know exactly what’s being advertised on their websites, so if you come across something like this again in the future, it wouldn’t hurt to email the website owner and ask if they approve of the program being advertised.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your experiences, Wojciech!

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • wow, what a great person you are Marcus, I am from England and was very near to signing up as like most people on here need a good investment…But how wrong…This world is a better place with honest people like you..Thankyou

    • That’s very nice of you to say so, Paul, and I am pleased to have been able to help you to avoid the Free Money System.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Wow… my best friend just signed up and afterwards asked me if I knew anything about it, i said no but will check. I then decided to do a little research about it but thought it was legit cos they had their systems well organised.

    I thank God for directing me to this article and saw the lot of people who have been affected. I’ve made him stop before making a deposit but want to close his account. how does he go about it?

    • Really pleased to have helped you here, Akwasi!

      My advice would be to tell your friend to contact the broker and request to close the account and refund any amounts that they might have paid.

      I also suggest your friend contacts their bank and asks them to block any future attempts by Walter Green’s team to take money from your friends account.

      It does happen, so it’s best to be safe than sorry.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi man

    My name is vahram from canada…I just want to say thank you thank you thank you,,,thats it…you are nice man and god bless you…have a nice day man

    • You are very welcome, Vahram, and I’m glad to have been of some help to you!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Well I got duped by this yesterday and paid the £200 deposit. I feel like an idiot now, and yes the designated broker gave me a call today and wanted me to part with another £4000. This money was to buy insurance so that if any of the trades failed I will still be paid. Anyway I refused, I have not got that sort of money to spare. When I stated that this seemed like quite a gamble, he stated that if you go to a casino there is a 50/50 chance of winning and binary options are much the same. But then the long sales pitch ensued on how this all works. Anyway he is going to call me tomorrow and trade with the £200 I have deposited and prove to me that the system works. I am wondering whether to play along with with this or pull out asap.



    • Hi Anthony,

      Sorry to hear that you handed over the $200, and please don’t feel bad about falling for it. You are definitely not alone in being “pulled in”.

      Considering how the broker has treated you so far (wanting more money), I can give you an idea of how this is likely to pan out.

      First he will probably tell you that he has produced a winning trade to give you a bit of hope. He might even tell you that you’ve had a couple of winning trades. Point being, you will NEVER know if he has or hasn’t.


      He will try to “trick” you into thinking it’s working, and you will be more inclined to risk, or find, more money to give to the broker.

      That’s when you start to lose money because…the more money you give them, the more they earn in commissions, and all of sudden, your financial gains are not a priority to them.

      They are only interested in getting you to invest money as possible.

      So my advice would be to pull out as soon as possible.

      Wishing you all the best, Anthony.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • these guys remain active because as a species we are suckers for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow … period. only one way to break the law of averages – be above average. there are no short cuts in life. believe that, and your $200 buys you a dinner date!

    • Hi Debraj,

      Yes, it’s amazing to think these guys are still tricking people out of their cash.

      We have to keep spreading the word to prevent others falling for it.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Marcus – WFHW

    • Hi Nicky,

      From experience I know that if they do have your details then you will get phone calls, emails or both.

      In terms of accessing your bank account, if you didn’t give them your bank or credit card details, they won’t be able to take any money from you.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I’m glad I read this; he promises the world and more in his video with the “Free Money System” and that people “will be millionaires whether they like it or not.” Too good to be true? It can’t be!

    • Absolutely right, Karl…too good to be true!

      I have yet to meet anyone who has become a millionaire with the Free Money System.

      But I have met hundreds of people who have lost a lot of money to Walter Green.

      That’s the reality of the situation.

      Thanks for stopping by, Karl!

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hey Everyone.
        As the saying goes… ” If it seems to good to be true then it must be”
        I attempted to put my $200 in with my financial details, but my card kept being declined !
        I began to ring my bank on my mobile , when my house phone rang.
        It was my bank !!! Ringing me , whilst I was ringing them !!!
        They asked if I had made a certain purchase, for £200 , early hours of this morning, so as it looked too random to the Bank, they disallowed that transaction, blocked my card and my account, leaving me with no method to Pay!
        I feel extremely lucky to be in the company of honest people, looking out for the innocent, naive, and in my case, a very silly grown woman, falling for scam that even I know, was being , rushed to throw money at at get rich scheme.
        So thanks to you and to my bank , I have saved myself £400 today, where I impulsively would have paid them, and would have ended up crying into my pillow later, but through diligence on your part, will sleep like a baby , still with the same amount of cash in my bank as I had this morning.. Cheers and Thank you

        • That’s fantastic to hear, Jude!

          I do have a feeling that banks and payment processors are starting to wise up to the methods used by the scammers at the likes of The Free Money System.

          Over the last few weeks I’ve received more emails and comments to suggest that is the case, and it can only be a good thing for those who fall for these programs.

          Please don’t feel bad on your part…it’s more to do with the deceptive production of the video than anything else.

          So pleased you get celebrate the fact that you still have your money in the bank, Jude. Spend it wisely :)

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

    • Hi Darshan,

      I suggest contacting your bank ASAP and telling them what has happened here. They will know what measures to take to ensure that no funds can be taken from your bank account.

      I hope this helps, Darshan, and I wish you all the best.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus
    I too have duped, I think. Can you shed some light on Magnum Options?
    These are the people I spoke to and went so far as to give them 250.00.
    I would like to recover this money if possible.

    • Hi Linda,

      Sorry to hear about your experience with the Free Money System.

      I’ve looked up Magnum Options and they do have a website. If you Google them their domain ends in .eu.

      There’s a live chat option on there so my suggestion would be to use this and request a refund of your $250.

      Hope this helps for now Linda, and all the best to you.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hello Marcus,

    I just fell for it for the free money system, they have took the money, I was just wondering what I should do next because i didn’t see this till after I signed up for this and help would be greatly appreciated

    thanks a bunch Nick

    • Hi Nick,

      Sorry to hear that I couldn’t help you before you signed up with the Free Money System.

      When you joined you should have picked a broker to work with. You need to contact that broker directly and ask them to return your money. They will make it difficult, but push hard and don’t let them talk you round.

      Also contact your bank and explain what’s happened. Ask them what you need to do to ensure that no further funds are taken from your account by the broker.

      Hope this helps, Nick. Let me know how things go.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Allo from province of Quebec, Canada
    I can believe these people, after reading the forum.
    They are all over the planet.
    After being involved in a major scam 20 yr. ago with a investment in a Joint-Venture with 42 members with a initial investment of $1,000 in Nassau Bahama, fund transfer into a Swiss Bank that shortly went billy-up.
    We didn’t had the Internet then to check..Sad.
    As a precaution People “Always Google for Scam” before you get involve.
    I just did and it got me here as a Safeguard !

    • Hi Giles,

      Great advice to always Google, but at the same time also be aware of the websites that say it is good (even if they’ve never tried it), only to make affiliate sales.

      I’m glad to have helped you here and I wish you all the best for the future.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I watched the video. I linked my virtual visa account. fortunately, it was not supported. I googled mr. green, and finally landed on this page.

    thanks for the information.
    God bless you all.

    • Hi Michael,

      Phew…that was a lucky escape! So glad to have helped you here and I wish you all the best for the future.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hello Marcus,
    I saw the “Walter Green” video last night and didn’t fall for it. I would advise the person behind that video to be more realistic:
    First remark: I don’t believe in millionnaire’s guilt or morality and nobody should fall for that. Sadly people are not educated enough in sociology and social psychology (they will knew about cognitive dissonnance: it’s almost impossible for people making good money to feel guilt about it, even when making it by beeing a killer for hire or a drug dealer). People who feel guilt are people who are not paid enough for what they do.
    Second: “Walter Green” says HE is paying his “Dream team” with his own money. I would have fall for the so called System if he has told me: “We gonna take commissions on your earnings to pay the people doing the actual job”, I think everybody would think: “OK, that’s just fair”.

    Social sciences are very usefull to debunk this video: first, they use an old person: so we are going to trust that good old man, how can he be a con artist? He tell us his “own” story (the research I did after seeing the video shows that “Walter Green” doesn’t exist and that some guy named Tim Aktinson with a very long history of scamming people is behind this) which we can relate to. When we were children and grounded by Daddy, we all thought: “I am gonna leave home and my parents are gonna feel guilty because of what they did to me, and I will return a rich guy/married to a rich guy just to show them!”. That’s exactly what the so called Walter Green does with his old firm, passing by driving his new Rolls Royce…
    I could go on and on debunking every segment of the video through psychology and sociology. Because those sciences teach you to have a critical approach on everything, entrepreneurs and rich people are campaigning against them arguing that “you’ll never find a job”, “only lefties, anarchists, drug addicts and losers study sociology”, etc.
    But to be educated in those sciences doesn’t garantee you’ll be protected against con artists. As I say before, if they were more realistic in this video maybe I would have fallen for it.
    So thank you for your blog, I am sure your helping a lot of desperate people out there. 250$ is a lot of money in many parts of the world where people live on 2 dollars/day and television is advertising rich people predatory way of life all over the world 24/7.
    I am very angry to the actors/technicians who work for scammers: they are probably desperate too (and are living proof of what I said before: nobody feels guilty when they get paid well enough), but to exploit people who are just like you is despicable. And for News sites who advertise this: go ***** youselves.
    English is not my language, sorry. Hope I’m making sense anyway! :)
    Good luck to everybody reading this and the other comments and to you Marcus for not letting human vultures to get away with harming good people.

    • Hi Cecillia,

      I loved your comments and totally agree with all that you said – especially the part about being upfront and open about what they are actually doing. The fact that they are NOT doing that suggests straight away that there is something to hide, which there clearly is.

      I also agree that you could dissect the entire video and pick up on many attempts to manipulate the viewer. Lots of my readers have mentioned the music being hypnotic and I believe that was intentional too. When you combine ALL of the factors…it’s actually a powerful production.

      Sadly people are still falling for the Free Money System even though it’s been 2 years since I wrote my review. Thankfully, many of them find my review before committing to it and losing their money.

      Thanks for stopping by, Cecillia. I really appreciate your comments and wish you all the very best.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi,
    My name is Henry from Indonesia. I had just watched the video of Free Money System and it was not make me a sense actually, I desperate for money but how can they insist to paid $200 in the same time Walter Green already had 48 millions in his pocket and feel guilty for don’t help people. Even he want to be generous for 7 people @ $200, than it only spending $ 1400 from his pocket.

    But I very curious to know how it will be working. so I fill in the form but ignore to paid. suddenly I got a call from someone from Kanada and tell me he would like to help my transaction. He asked my credit card number also ccv number, than I inform him my EXPIRED CREDIT CARD. Since he can’t used it than he asking for another one. I said only have that one and have no idea for making online payment. He asking for my wife card, my friends card but I say NO. Phone was closed a moment.

    Than I got a call again by someone else tell me that I still can complete the registration by payment card that could be gain in my country post office. it’s like a deposit card. Well I promise him to get it by tomorrow and he promise to call me again.

    Today I googling for more information about Free Money System and come into your website. thanks for alert people for the scam. they are do what in common called hypnosis. GOD BLESS YOU.

    • Hi Henry,

      I’m really pleased to have helped you here, and it sounds like you found my review at just the right time.

      Please be aware that they will probably try to contact you again, both by email and phone. Ignore all calls and emails because they only try to do ONE thing…take money from your pocket.

      Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Thank you thank you thank you. You just saved me. Again, like so many others I am in a situation where I want to succeed, want to achieve and in a situation where I see a light at the end of the tunnel but it is a long way off. I have debts, from a previous relationship, which I decided to walk away from but left me in a position of being vulnerable. I am working but the debt is still there and I was looking for a way of making some decent money so that I could have a clean slate to start over. I am glad that I did not sign up. I started, but got to the ‘amount’ and clicked off as the ‘free don’t pay anything’ didn’t make sense. I am glad that I was running late for my first appointment that I couldn’t complete the info and than double glad that I decided to google his name and found your site. Again, thank you so much for bringing this to light. I need what little I have left in my account for the basics, like food x

    • Really pleased to have helped you here, Jo!

      Unfortunately the Free Money System program does prey on those in a vulnerable position so I am delighted that you avoided falling into their trap.

      Very best wishes for the future, Jo!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus
    I’m from Nigeria, 23 years of old.
    I must say that you are a God sent. I registered for the FREE MONEY SYSTEM, and when I’m about to deposit the money, I got a response saying “Unable To Deposit” after a while I got a call from a woman asking me if I have up to $250 in my bank account, I told her that I only have $200, she advised me to make it up to $250 and deposit before 7days. And I was like “how can they be so desperate for me to make money” that there must be something wrong about this. So I decided to do research about it and I found myself here.. Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!!

    • You are very welcome, Emmanuel.

      You hit the nail on the head…how can they be so desperate to take your money?

      It’s strange considering they insist the program is FREE!

      They are of course playing on words, but in my opinion it’s VERY wrong to trick people in this way.

      Really pleased to have helped you to see the light :-)

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,
    I am most grateful for letting this out to us all, I almost fell for it, but after inputing my email, and seeing that they put a deadline on registering, of which i know everyone just seeing the video will have same deadline and 7 people line, I suspected foul play, more so the video demonstration of the lady and Walter Green was vague and poorly presented. Going through a rough patch made look at this a second time before loosing what i don’t even have. God Bless u sir. Keep doing what you’re doing saving lives…

    • You are welcome, Shabaz.

      Yes, your experience highlights the fact that anyone can be sucked into the Free Money System if their situation requires a lift. This is what Walter Green intentionally “plays” on.

      So glad to have been of some help to you and I wish you every success with your online ventures, Shabaz.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus, My name is Mike from Australia and just wanted to say that Your doing an AWSOME Job being concerned for others and also thanking You for opening my eyes about this free money scam that others have sadly got themselves caught up in and like myself I’m not working at the moment due to illness and been waiting on an operation and I was also close to signing in on this scam because after what I have seen, I throught that joining it will take my money problems away but what I know now from what I didn’t know then is an eye opener so again, Your an AWSOME person Marcus and “Thank You Sir” ……. Godbless

    • Hi Mike,

      You are very welcome…I am glad to have been able to help you!

      Thanks for stopping by and my best wishes go to you for your operation.


      Marcus – WFHW

  • Dear Marcus,

    I am extremely worried as I was stupid enough (or more accurately, desperate enough) to try this “scam” as I am so desperate for money, I thought, I doubt I will become a millionaire but I might make a little bit. I have already transferred £250 (of benefit money, which should be going on food for my 4 children) to them and sent them copies of my passport, a utility bill, my bank card, and signed a copy of a transaction report. They promised me they would give me a bonus of £100 if I put in £250 and that they would give me an app to do the trades for me. Not only have they not given me the promised £100 as an incentive for joining, I had an email last night saying my “trade” of £25 was unsuccessful. I haven’t got the app yet to do the trades for me and I certainly didn’t make any so my account which should have £350 in it, is already at £225. What on earth can I do. I have emailed them several times but despite contacting me within seconds of going on their website to join me up, they are now not quite so keen to communicate. So much for becoming a millionaire within 3 months!! The video by Walter says that he wants to help people who are down on their luck and help them become rich and that this is not like all the other promotions out there which turn out to be scams. Well, from what I have seen so far, that’s exactly what this is. Preying on the vulnerable. I am a single parent of 4 children with a life limiting illness. I cannot afford for this to happen. I should have used that money to feed my children, who are all carers for me, despite all being in school. I cannot work due to my illness and disabilities and so now I have just stupidly given this company the money I should have used for food and bills for the next week or so. I now have nothing left and am desperate. Please advise me as to what, if anything, I can do to minimise losses.

    Yours desperately,


    • Hi Lara,

      So sorry to hear about the dreadful consequences for you and your family after getting involved with Walter Green’s Free Money System.

      The first and most important thing I can suggest is that you contact your bank and ask them if your account is safe. Explain that you have paid an amount to them and ask if they can just withdraw from your account again. Unfortunately they have done this to other people previously. Your bank might suggest that they issue you a new card. Do what every is necessary to lock them out of your account.

      Secondly, when you signed up to the Free Money System you would have picked one of three trading companies. Check any exchanges that you have had with them for the actual company name. That is the company that you need to chase down. From the previous examples that I have been told about, they do get back to you eventually, but they will do all they can to NOT give your money back.

      Hit them hard with refund requests…threaten legal action…do whatever it takes to get your money returned.

      If you need any further help with this then feel free to contact me using the contact link at the bottom of my website.

      Wishing you and your family all the best, Lara.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi I nearly got sucked into this scam. I put my details in but didn’t deposit as I wanted 2 do some research and came across your page which saves me. I had a phone call after registering up. And the woman jus wanted my bank details. And I said I don’t have £180 right now. And she said u can still give me your bank details. And we can take it wen you got it. And she didn’t even explain anything about the money. Good job I saw your page.
    You saves me Thanks so much. Kind Regards Leanne.

    • Hi Leanne,

      No problem at all and I am glad to have been able to help you here.

      Yes, they DO take money from your account once they have your details. As long as you have not given any bank details then you will be fine.

      Also be very wary of any emails that you get about activating your account with them – or any other money making account. It will start the whole process again, your phone will ring and you will be asked to deposit money.

      Ignore them all, Leanne, they are all scams.

      Hope this helps!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hello Marcus, I used to hear of online scams and I ever imagined that it cannot happen to me.It almost did thanks to you. I gave the “lady” on phone my card number but to my surprise she wanted to make the transaction herself, this raised a red flag. I had to stop my card and I want to apply for a different one now. I have been checking my account now… its ok. Please when the deal is so sweet, think twice. I have read all the comments and Thanks Marcus for the insight. I will be coming back for better investment opportunities. Thanks.

    • Hi George,

      Pheww…delighted to hear that you took the correct steps! Alarming indeed that the lady wanted to process the payment herself, but you did the right thing by blocking your card.

      Great advice to think twice in situations like this, George. Thanks for taking the time to share your experience with my visitors.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

    • Hi Marcus, I’m sorry to say I have been scammed. only for a minimum $200 deposit with optionsXO, this does seem to be a legit brokerage, and I have talked to them about getting my withdrawal sorted. They are asking for verification docs and such. What are the chances of getting the money back? Feeling silly right now…lol

      • Don’t feel silly at all, Vaughan. Many people have been caught out by the Walter Green program.

        Regarding a refund, I know from experience all of the brokers make you jump through a number of hoops when trying to get your money back. Many people give up on the process and write the money off.

        I believe this is a ploy to make you trade your cash (the easier option) rather than continue with the refund request.

        So to answer your question, you can get a refund but it will take to time and a certain amount of effort on your part. Stand firm, provide all the necessary documents and eventually you should have your $200 back where it belongs.

        All the best for now,

        Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus

    Thanks for the advice,I am very grateful to you for helping people,securing many accounts,because this people can empty accounts as easy as ABCD. now this is really a scam, because I registered with my e-mail and I just received a phone call with london number asking me about my credit card details. So I will use my $200 for a dinner.

    • You are welcome, Haruna.

      Yes, the Free Money System is only interested in getting people to hand over the hard earned cash for a false dream. I’m glad to hear that you didn’t take it any further, but please keep an eye on your email because they will now put more pressure on you with a variety of different email opportunities – all of which are scams.

      Enjoy the $200 :)

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • ive watched and put my email add and someone called me asking for my visa,i gaveit him without any doubful for my registration fee,only to find out they took money
        from my credit
        100 dollars they took to my credit
        card,is there any chance my money will return back? plz help me what to do


        • Hi Memel,

          Unfortunately there is no easy way to get your money back. However, it’s not impossible.

          What you need to do is contact (either by email or phone) the trading company that you selected in the setup phase. From experience and previous comments here I know they will ask you for a number of documents to prove you are who you are. This is very naughty of them because what they are basically doing is trying to keep your money.

          In addition, and this is important, contact your bank and ask them what you can do to block any further payments. Again, previous experiences with these scammers has proved that they will take money from your account if there is enough in there. Talk to the bank asap and block the card if necessary.

          Hope this helps, Memel.


          Marcus – WFHW

  • hi MARCUS,
    I was shocked reading your reviews about walter green. I’ve already registered to their website, but didn’t make up to deposit. I was about to borrow money from my sister and plan to deposit as soon as possible. I also recommended it to my sister and she wants to see the video first before she will join. The good thing was I forgot the website of Walter Green’s Video.
    I was keep on searching when my husband called me. I stood up and go outside for a while. When I turned back I saw my 3yr old daughter keep on clicking the mouse. I scolded her just a little and put her away from the laptop. When I was about to scroll the mouse I see the picture of walter and the words SMARTSCAM. I was so shocked, I never thought that it is a SCAM. He really talks like it is true that is why I am 100% wants to join. I felt guilty to my sister for encouraging her to join and also to my daughter that I got scolded her. I feel sorry for what I did and I thank them because they are the signs or way to know what is truth from MR. MARCUS.

    To Mr. Marcus,
    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU very much.,no words can express how thankful I am but all I can do is I will pray to ALLAH/GOD to guide and give you more blessings to come..take care always.

    • Hi Kuranchang,

      Sorry to hear about the series of events that resulted in you visiting my website, but I am pleased that I was able to help you to avoid Walter Green’s scam.

      Best wishes to you and your family, Kuranchang.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus im really worried i clicked on the free money system whilst registering i stopped to attend to something in less than 5minutes someone called me and i blindly and reluctantly gave away my credit card details but there was no funds at all so now my worry is since they have that information am i not at great risk in case i have money or what should i do now block and change the credit card and get a new one or what im really worried please help me sir.

    • Hi Hilda,

      Recent comments to this post suggest that you definitely should contact your bank and get your card blocked. There certainly is proof that they WILL try and take money as soon as funds are available. I suggest that you make it a priority to contact your bank.

      Hope this helps,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I must be the latest fool to get suckered into Walter Greens free money scam and Yes … I feel bloody foolish. In desperation I ignored the red flags and supplied bank details but was naïve in thinking the registration hadn’t been completed. I so wish I had found your site previously. I had decided to go to the bank in the morning and block the transaction but at 3am this morning my bank actually sent me a fraud warning. I rang them straight away and said it was a scam so they cancelled my card straight away. A big thumbs up to ANZ for being so diligent. They said they will try and get the money back for me but apparently 2 amounts had been withdrawn and for more than the minimum start up fee requested. What a bloody idiot I am. A costly lesson to learn when my life is already down the toilet. Will update you on any further developments.

    • Hi Karen,

      So sorry to hear about your experience with Walter Green.

      Your story is proof that once credit card details have been handed over, they WILL attempt to take money from your bank account. Not only that, they will try and take more than the $250 that they suggest is required.

      As you said…thankfully your bank took the right kind of action immediately.

      This is not your fault, Karen. These are the actions of professional scammers taking advantage of innocent people who they have intentionally deceived. Please do not feel bad.

      Thank you for sharing your story and I hope your bank will be able to get your money back. I did also get your email about this and will continue to discuss the outcome with you in private if you wish.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus

    I’m a single 29 year old male with debts, bills and living on benefits at present, I’ve been in search of a way of making some extra money online or through stocks and shares but don’t have the first clue about where to start. So I watched the whole video and I thought this is perfect I don’t have to learn anything plus I really don’t know why but I saw £££ signs and well I entered my email address but lucky enough something in the back of my mind during all the excitement said I will just Google Walter Green and the Free Money System and check it’s legit! All I can say is thank heavens I found you and your website, you really have saved me from an expensive venture which I would have naively gone ahead with should I have not done my research because I’m what you call a salesman’s dream, I hate being so gullible sometimes.

    But once again I thank you and send you best wishes for 2016,

    Kind Regards

    • Simon, I am really pleased that you found your way here and I was able to help you regarding the Free Money System.

      Please don’t feel bad for almost falling for this my friend. Many people who would claim to be NOT gullible have fallen for it and will continue to do so. You are not alone.

      Well done for stepping back at the right time, and best wishes to you in 2016.


      Marcus – WFHW

      • hi marcus ,

        im watching a video then i notice the free money system. i’ve read all the comments under the video before i start i decided to open it cause all of the comments are good and made me think that it was reliable. i’ve watched the entire video and put my email address. after that , a london number called me. asking for my visa or master card number. i gave it to him. but unfortunately my card was valid only at my country, not an international card. so, he told me that call my bank and ask to make it an international card.
        i told to him that my bank was closed cause its already 10pm. he told me to call the bank again tomorrow morning and he will call again. we ended up our conversation. and now that i google about the free money system, i found your site and read all the explation. thank you for saving me .. my account have been saved !! …

        thank you so much ..

        • Hi May,

          Great news and I’m pleased you found my review and the comments of others before going any further.

          I will also say that you should inform your bank that they have your bank details…just to be safe. Many people have had money taken from their accounts by the Walter Green team (and for more than the $250 they suggest is required) as soon as money goes into their accounts. Even though your card is not international, it would still be best to be safe rather than sorry.

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,

    Thank you so much. I had just registered & when was about to deposit $250 i came across your article & all the comments hear in. They are like constantly calling from London on the number provided by me. Its not only Walter Green but there are many other online sites which steal peoples money…. Thank you once again for saving.. God God Bless You.

    • Sorry to hear about this, Mascarenhas. It does sound consistent with how the team behind the Free Money System like to operate. Once your details are entered they regard you as an almost certain customer so they will press as hard as they can to get you to commit. Well done stopping in time!

      I agree that Walter Green’s program is of MANY scams out there. By spreading the word we can hopefully take them down…one by one.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • uhh, I’ve just watched the video and, wheww!!!, I’m so glad I did a little research before entering my name and phone number although Green’s “order” is to complete the process within 10 minutes. I have learned that whenever these companies or ads create a sense of urge they’re probably a scam. I watched the video for all of the 35 minutes and the red flags were just popping out one by one and that (clearly an) actress sounds so fake when she’s in his office typing her bank account info on his laptop, right away, no blink of the eye, with him watching while she’s typing (who would show their passwords and numbers to a stranger anyway??)…
    Thank you so much Marcus, I can see you saved so many people’s finances all around the globe, you shoulod be getting those $200 insead for each time you save someone :))
    Best wishes, Tanja

    • You are welcome, Tanja!

      Yes…”pressure tactics” being used to the extreme here, and situations like this tend to tip people firmly one way or the other.

      So glad to see you land on the right side of the fence, and I hope that extra $200 makes a positive difference to your life in some way :)

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Thank you Marcus
        i have just finished the walter green video and jus before i start too many red flags came up specially when that women opened her account on the laptop and left it open not logged off and left the office. I googled it and i got to your site.

        Thank God for people like you now i will spend my 200$ ON DINNER OUT best wishes and regards to you and family. GOD BLESS YOU. You are doing a great job.

        • You are very welcome, Salah!

          Well done for getting a second opinion before taking it any further. Enjoy the $200 that you saved here and best wishes to you and your family as well :)


          Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus, I have just been caught with this video. I signed up, opened an account with £250 pounds, now it seems they are making every effort not to close this bloody account and return my money back to my bank account, a company called OneTwoTrade. After 3-4 phone calls and god knows how many emails, and with them wanting loads of details from me, just to get my money returned to me, which lm not very happy about sending to them. I wish there was a law, about companies using video’s like this, to con people into opening account, and then having another nightmare getting your money returned to me.Makes me very angry, that there is nothing l can do about them. Best wishes Ralph Briar.

    • Hi Ralph,

      Sorry to hear about your experiences with Walter Green and his so-called Dream Team.

      It’s clear to me that the whole refund process (which I know to be at an extremely high rate), is intentionally made very difficult. I’ve heard from many people who have actually given up on the process because it is too complicated, plus they are concerned about losing any more money. It’s a disgraceful and deceitful way to trick people out of their hard earned cash.

      Unfortunately there is very little that we can do from a legal point of view, so for now we can only spread the word and hope that people get to learn the truth about the Free Money System. Many of my visitors have been kind enough to share this post and it has definitely prevented hundreds if not thousands of people from getting caught up in Walter Green’s scammy web.

      Thanks again for stopping by, Ralph, and I wish you every success in the future.


      Marcus – WFHW

  • Thanks Marcus, I live in Liberia. I was browsing a soccer website when I ran into Free money System Ad. I decided to give it a try; I was halfway in completing the reg. when a fellow called my phone from ‘London’ asking about prepaid visa or master card. I told him I don’t have any and then he requested me to obtain one and afterwards deposit a minimum amount to complete the registration. I had my doubts and was led to verify the authenticity of the system. THANK GOODNESS I came across YOU MARCUS, AND MY GOD, IT WAS A GOOD THING THEN I DIDN’T HAVE A VISA OR MASTER CARD TO COMPLETE REGISTRATION!!!!

    • Hi Adolphus,

      Phew…you just managed to avoid it by the skin of your teeth! Well done :-)

      It just goes to show how insistent the Free Money System team are when it comes to taking money from people – and as quickly as possible!

      So pleased to have helped you here, Adolphus. I wish you all the best for 2016.


      Marcus – WFHW

  • I’m a single mum of two on benefits and nearly gave my bank details but thought I would google Walter green and came across your page im so glad I did !
    Lucy United Kingdom

    • Hi Lucy,

      So pleased to hear that you saw the light, and well done for taking the time to do your research.

      Happy 2016 to you.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi marcus i don’t know what to believe animore now…. i can only say thank you for helping me with this thing because i was going to do it right away. I just wanted to see if it was all in order if it was all legal and if there was no scam… and i jumped into this page, so thank you again
    Claudio, from italy

    • Hi Claudio,

      You are very welcome and thanks for taking the time to stop by and let me know.

      Be safe online and always do your research no matter how appealing a program might seem.

      Happy holidays to you, Claudio!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,

    I just wanted to say an absolutely massively huge thank you for sharing your information on the free money system video.

    I have just watched the whole thing, thinking that I could possibly be able to make some money fast. I feel very grateful to you for this, as could have very easily been sucked into signing up.

    Now I feel stupid for watching this whole thing.
    Many thanks to you again Marcus. Best wishes to you. Adam

    • No need to feel stupid, Adam. It’s very easy to get sucked in if you are need of a break in life. But you weren’t fooled by the Free Money System and that’s great news!

      Glad to have been able to help you here, Adam, and best wishes to you too.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • yeah they allmost got me ,they were so quick to contact me and start riding me about how much i should invest so i nthought i shoul google walter green and found this web site thank god, they are going to call me back in one hour i cant wait to tell here to stick her commision where the sun dont shine as thanks to this site i just made 250 bucks cheers

        • Hey Danny,

          Great work on doing your research and yes…they certainly move quickly once you enter your details!

          Well done and enjoy the $250!

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus, I’m writing from South Africa.
    I also came across this Free Money System (a few hours ago) from a credible website (News24) and I thought it was trustworthy. I got curious to a point of registering my phone and email. Just like everyone else, I got a call a few minutes later from Brain (from OptionsXO) in the UK wanting to help me make a deposit. He insisted to help me through the phone but I said I’ll provide my bank details on the website. Because I was a bit skeptical, I entered my other bank’s details which I was not sure it had enough funds. Fortunately it did not and the deposit did not go through. I said I’ll go check with the bank tomorrow and see if I can rectify the matter. He said he will call me tomorrow.

    But while on the phone with him, I asked him about Walter Green and he gave me a diverted answer and he could not explain how this system actually works. He said just Google and you will get the answers. By saying that, he actually helped me to do a thorough research about Walter Green and Free Money System, and that’s when I got to your website.

    I just want to say a BIG THANK YOU for this and what you are doing. It is very much commendable and keep up the good work.

    P.S. After having given my banking details, will they not try to make a debit at a later stage? How will I make sure that this does not happen?



    • Hi Rupsy,

      Delighted to hear that you were eventually able to discover what the Free Money System is all about.

      Sadly people will still see this advertised on trusted websites because Walter Green and his team are basically paying to advertise it on high profile websites. As with you, Rupsy, this increases trust for many people but I am really pleased that you were skeptical enough to play it safe initially.

      Regarding your bank details, I encourage you to contact your bank and ask what they suggest you do. I have heard reports of people having money taken from their accounts without permission so it’s definitely best to be as cautious as possible.

      Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your experience, Rupsy!

      All the best…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Walter Green is pathetic. Thanks for this blog. This was really helpful. He was taking advantage of the recession here in the Middle East–apparently some locals have gone poor and went to the Free Money System to become instant millionaires, or so his advertisement says.

    Permission to share this post on FB.

    • Hi JJC,

      Yes, I think Walter Green is attempting to take advantage of anyone who is affected by the recession or just generally needs a financial boost. It’s a shameful thing to do, but I am pleased that you found your way here, JJC.

      By all means share this post on Facebook, and thanks for stopping by!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Markus,

    I am pakistani and watch the walter green in Dubai. I was suspicious and was thinking to go for it and before that i just approached google and found your article.

    I was extremely glad to read your article which saved me and many other people.

    May Allah reward you for this good act.

    Do you advise any binay option web or just forget it? if you have research on this as well?

    Stay Blessed n thanks

    Muhammad kashif omer

    • Hi Muhammad kashif omer,

      Thanks for stopping by and I am pleased to hear that I was able to help you with my review of the Free Money System.

      Personally I would advise against trading binary options. It’s a very risky business with no guarantees of income.

      All the best for now…

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi Markus,
        Glad I read your review. I’m a New Zealander in Japan.I had been looking at Walter Green’s ad and was wondering about it. I have decided to follow your advice. Mr Green is not getting my 200 bucks!
        Thanks mate,

        • Hi Chris,

          I’m really pleased to hear that your $200 is not on its way to Walter Green!

          Thanks for stopping by, Chris, and best wishes for the future.

          Marcus – WFHW

          • hi marcus,
            im jennifer i had doubt now because of that program , its because im so curious and because of that offer , i already give my visa number but i did not yet put any amount on my account to use that visa , can you advice me on what to do so when i start to put money on my accnt they cannot get any amount on my accnt .. please help on what to do ..

          • Hi Jennifer,

            The best thing I can advise you to do is to contact your bank and request that they block any payments to Walter Green and his team.

            I cannot promise that they won’t just take money from your account (this has happened to others, as mentioned within the comments), so lock your account down with the help of your bank.

            Hope this helps!

            Marcus – WFHW

  • i am from Bacolod City, Philippines, watching the video right now and I’m almost got into it! I am already computing the amount I’m about to invest in this “system”. $250 is a big amount already here in the Philippines . Good thing it came to my mind to do some research first and I found your post.. Thanks a lot Marcus.

    • Hi Marry,

      Greetings to you and I’m pleased to hear that you managed to find my review before handing your cash over.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Now Walter Green has reched Latvia too, the brokers called me from 5 different phone numbers, in the end i said to the last one to go where the sund don’t shine
    Thank you

    • Hi Gaida,

      Ha ha…that sounds like a really good way to deal with nuisance calls from Walter Green’s ‘dream team’! Well done you and thanks for stopping by.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus.
    I have many times come across this scam, and am thankful for your advice. I never really got the urge to join this fraudulent adventure, however I know many others would, so I want to give you my thanks on behalf of them. You took the time to write a detailed article, not just explaining what it is, but actually the process after the user signs up. You are a great person for taking the time to help others, with detailed reports on how to stay safe when it comes to making money online. This was the most detailed article I could find regarding Walter Green’s FMS.

    Thanks again for the help you have given myself and others, please, buy yourself a beer on my behalf.

    Best wishes.
    Steve. W

    • You are very welcome Steve!

      Very glad to hear that you’ve recognized my efforts in making sure people are aware of the many scams online. Glad to have been of some help to you!

      I’ll buy that beer and enjoy it later ;-)


      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi Marcus….thanks for warning potential victims of this scam, and raising awareness in this area. You have saved many people, and may you be blessed with sucess. I’m from Johannesburg, South Africa, and accidentally landed on Walter Green’s site whilst scrolling through “” site. It seems the digital sites promoting Walter Green are just as guilty, by prostituting themselves and selling advertising space to scam artists.

        • Hi Suren,

          Yes, this is a case of the Free Money System advertising on high profile websites. As you point out, there should be a stricter process in place where websites assess what people are advertising. Many victims of Walter Green’s program discover the program on respected websites, so they instantly trust what they are seeing or reading.

          If we could cut this out then the number of people falling for this particular scam would drop dramatically. Sadly we can’t do anything about that but thankfully, many people do search Google before taking the plunge.

          Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts, Suren.

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey there, I registered my name and email address for Walter Green’s free money system and just before I put my credit card details in I thought I would do some research and came across your website. While I was reading through the comments above I received two phone calls from the UK to try to make me make a deposit into their system. Thank you for opening my eyes.

    • Hi Lesa,

      No problem at all, and I am pleased to hear that I have been able to help you. One thing I do know is they do not waste much time in contacting you once you hand your details over. Well done for taking action asap, Lesa!

      All the best for now…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,
    I am Mohamed from Qatar. Thanks a lot for your advice. I am a very cautious person and I usually sense and recognize scam people. However, I was about to fall in it because the video is invading Qatar in a very deceptive way. They put the video in the form of a link inside a piece of news on yahoo about a Qatari Mom who could make it through trading on the net and making up for losing her job. Of course, the piece of news is a paid advert, but listed amongst other pieces of news, very few people would notice that it is just an ad. Luckily, I Google Free Money System and came across your page. Thanks again.


    • Hi Mohamed,

      This is becoming a very common way of advertising the Free Money System. It’s designed to trick the reader into thinking that it is genuine news, when in reality it’s actually a scam. As you say, most people would think it was real and would trust the video but I am very pleased to hear that you didn’t fall for it.

      Thanks for stopping by, Mohamed.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • So… thank you SO MUCH! I was goodly eyed for 5 minutes, and place email/phone number but did my research right after and quickly came to my senses and better judgement.. but I was curious, did DAKOTA ever write back with what happened to his/her investment of $250!? I am just so curious to see how that worked out. Best wishes to them as I know it is a gamble! I was just curious :) you are the thank you for saving so many people from a horrible scam.

    • Hey Vanessa,

      You are very welcome and I’m really pleased that you did your research.

      Regarding Dakota who posted previously about trying the Free Money System, I have not heard back from them since. I have also sent them an email asking for an update but have heard nothing back.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi Marcus

        I’ve just come across the Walter Green scam, it has reached New Zealand and promises the 7 millionaires in 90 days. I received 2 phone calls, one was a recorded voice the other was a Broker, who told me they were a legit company since 2008 and based in Cyprus. I opened a “real” bank account with them while on the phone with her, but when I insisted (after a 40 minute conversation) that I wanted to think about it, research a little more, she got quite ‘snaky’ and told me she would be in trouble with her boss after such a long conversation and NO deposit in the account. I did not give any banking details. She hung up on me LOL. Thanks for a providing a platform for us ‘smart enough’ ones to share our experiences with these nasty people. Cheers!

        • Hi Lina,

          Well done for taking time out before committing further. These are all pressure tactics to get you investing money while you are a “hot” and interested in the program. It’s the most likely time that you will invest so they will push you HARD.

          Delighted that you’ve done the right thing here!

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

    • Thank You Marcus. I saw video Free Money Video on FB and it was to easy, I always want to make sure, research so I go on net and I found your review. I am from Slovenija, Europe. Thank You for the warning. Irena

      • You are welcome, Irena, and I am pleased to hear that you have been able to avoid the Free Money System.

        All the best,

        Marcus – WFHW

  • Hello Marcus,
    I’m living in the Netherlands and found you through researching Walter Green.
    I’ve lost a lot of money through GTOptions, one of the brokers (not through Walter). I did get a personal very annoying broker on the line and lots of money promised. But every time I had to invest more.
    Also they gave me bonuses, but they took those away as soon as my balance was zero. The broker lost my money by trading and I couldn’t withdraw my own invested money any more. So I cannot trade anymore with the bonuses either.
    Needless to say I was ignorant and stupid to go for this.
    LISTEN to Marcus and NEVER go for them. They don’t work.

    • Hi Bianca,

      Thanks for stopping by and I’m sorry to hear about your experience.

      Yes, not only should people be wary of Walter Green…they also need to be wary of the brokers. Both are ultimately only interested in earning commission payments from the money that you invest, and when your pot runs dry they have no further interest in you.

      I wish you all the best for the future, Bianca, and thanks for sharing your story with my visitors.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey marcus u’ve probably heard this time and time again but thankyou very much 4 making this page. U saved me from making a big mistake honestly they really had me sucked in…nw im going 2 use my $200 and take my family on a very expensive dinner at mcdonalds…lol thanks again

    • Ha ha…love it Paul!

      I hope you and your family have a great time at Mcdonalds – courtesy of Walter Green!

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus the video is in Malaysia now. I’m glad you posted this!

    I was curious whether this is a virus or not but I entered my email address. A lady from London called me and so I thought it might not be a virus.
    But thankfully I told her I would think about it first. And so she said she would call back in 15-20mins and she never did… Even if she is going to call me back I’m not going to answer her.

    Thank you Marcus! You helped me save a 250 dollars which is alot in ringgit!

    Thanks again; God Bless!

    • Hi Audrey,

      You are welcome!

      Unfortunately the Free Money System is traveling around the world like an out of control virus, but fortunately people like you are stopping by to tell others about your experience. I’m really pleased to hear that you handled the caller in the right way and definitely don’t give them any more of your time.

      Enjoy the $250 that you have saved, Audrey!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • thank you so much mr marcus ….I am kiyan from IRAN….Thank you for the warning for this spoof….I hope that be succesful and happy in your life….thanks again my friend

    • Greetings Kiyan!

      Glad to have been of some help to you here my friend. Wishing you every success and happiness.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,

    The video reached the Netherlands as wel (adds on Facebook!).
    I will post a link to you’re blogg on my FB page.

    Thanks for your warnings!



    • Thanks for letting me know, Jack, and thanks for sharing. Glad to have been of some help to you :-)

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I have already paid €250 to this site but now I cant even sign in. I don’t know where my money has gone. its left my bank. any ideas on how to gain access? Pat

    • Hi Pat,

      Do you know which broker you opted for? Your money would have gone to them so I suggest contacting them ASAP and requesting a refund. Walter Green and his team simple earn a commission from any amounts that you invest with the independent brokers…that is how they make money from you.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Thank you for your WARNING! You are saving a lot of people from having trouble. The video got in Romania (EU), too.

    Thank you!

    • Hi Ion,

      Thanks for taking the time to let me know. Wishing you every success with your online ventures.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • i give my email to walter green free money system, and received a call from san francisco with number +555. asked for my credit card information, which i refused to provide and ask him to call me after 5 hours to do research on this. where i found this site, its helpful, thanks guys. now i will ask that guy to buzz off. Thanks

    • Glad to have been of some help here, Sajeel.

      They do work very quickly once you hand over your details, so well done for having the presence of mind to do some research first.

      All the best for now…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • The video has been creeping in Canada. I’ve seen it display the same “7” thing message almost 2 weeks apart, intrigued I watched the video. I noticed that there was lots of “reverse guilt trips”, and half truths. You describe them as something close to a pyramid scheme, explains how he can claim to make so much on a daily basis. The part about “now just enter your banking information so we know where to send the money.” …. then I googled them and saw your site… Glad I hesitated just long enough to hear the warning bells.

    • Hey Steve,

      Yes, the problem is this is now being viewed around the world (mostly through paid ads), and that is how the team behind the Free Money System are surely making so much money.

      I can only help prevent that by raising awareness as I have done here, and thankfully with people like you who are taking the time to share your own experiences.

      Glad to have been able to help you, Steve, and have a great weekend ahead!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • East coast USA, a mid Atlantic state, and thank “U” !!

    As I read about another, I too have health issues (a recent kidney transplant recipient), limited to be able to work, lost job because of end stage renal failure (kidney’s dying) – naturally limited in funds, and money future, and 63. Caught some of the video mistakes already mentioned, but the key one was the lady not closing her bank site !! Who does that?!? Nonetheless, I did have grandeur of making the money, but you put perspective back in me where it needs to be. The $200 was an easy enough amount to start with, but to think I’d have to dig deeper …..well, again, thank “U” for being here and this post !!

    • Hi Joe,

      So sorry to hear about your situation but very pleased to have helped you to avoid Walter Green and his team of scammers. As you say, $200 is the very least it will cost you…and that’s for a program that has ‘Free’ in it’s title!

      Glad to have been of some help, Joe, and I wish you the best of health and success in the future.

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hey marcus,

        I am dave from philippines there are so many that i can’t get into the bottom to right a comment. Let’s get to my story

        You actually saved my life sir. Actually i dont have a jon right now but i got my savings account and another account with some cents in it. I watched the 30 minute video of walter green about that free money something. I tried to create an account and i’m so clever that i’ve put my account that has cents only not my savings account that has an exact $250. Suddenly a guy from england called me and i spoked to him and he verify my name and he asked for my card number and i still provided the card that has a cent only and he told me that he’ll call me back if i can get into their account. Then he called after 2 minutes. He said ” Your card is declined sir, do you have any other account ?” I said ” no i don’t have any other account because im broke and i just watched a video clip of walter green and he said that the account is for free and there was a girl in the video that has an over drawned account but still entered the website and got transferred some funds on her account without giving $250.. And he answered after is speak ” i’m sorry sir i can’t hear you” then he hanged up on me. I prove that this is a big scam or what.

        • Hi Anthony,

          So glad to have helped you here!

          Your story is typical of the tactics used by the Free Money System team. Push HARD to get credit card details from the customer as soon as possible. If they fail, they push hard again to get an alternative funding source from you. When they think you don’t have money, they back away.

          And as you pointed out, Anthony…this is supposed to be a FREE program??

          Well done for not jumping straight in and coming out the other side without losing any money.

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

  • Big news …. walter Green have landed in KL Malaysia … haha
    thank you very much Marcus for the tips.. i’ve also received this lame video link… some nutthead posted the link’s on FB (-_-)

    btw anyone know any clue about the real actors & acteress identity used in this vids….aspecially that so called walter green ??? pls share

    • Hey Adi,

      Glad to have been able to help here!

      I’m not sure exactly who the actors are but I bet they never expected this much attention from appearing in a video that has gone global. I would imagine the Walter Green actor in particular gets spotted on a regular basis, which must be awkward if he isn’t really living the millionaire lifestyle!

      Thanks for stopping by, Adi!


      Marcus – WFHW

    • Would like to sincerely thankyou for your informative video on exposing this grub. At a friends house and he was telling me that he had paid AUS $250 for this scam, I started watching the video with him and was instantly alerted by the fake ass actors so I googled his name and wow he is flagged bigtime. My friend instantly rang his bank and got a stop put on the money in time, so once again a huge thanks for helping save his money by exposing this maggot.

      Just an update on my friend he rang the bank and cancelled the card then an hour later got a call from someone representing this scam in Sydney Australia. They wanted to set up the trading account so my friend said he was busy and asked them to call back in a couple of days. Is there any way of getting his money back from them directly?

      • Hi Karen,

        I am really pleased to hear that I was able to help your friend avoid Walter Green and his Free Money System.

        The only suggestion I can make is to ask your friend to speak with the people who set up the trading account and tell them he does not wish to go further and request a full refund. I cannot see any reason why they wouldn’t do that if they know the person is not going to trade in the future, which earns them a percentage of the income.

        I hope it works out well for your friend, Karen.

        Marcus – WFHW

    • Am from nigeria (africa), thank God I came across this blog, though I was skeptical from the on set, yet I was curious so I only registered with my phone number and mail addy, got a mail immediately and received a call from an Anthony from imperial-options, he said he was calling from central London though he did not disclose the city precisely, I was able to drill him deeply ‘cos I was on ur blog and had my eyes full, I read as far back as dec 2014, he asked for my type of card and tried squeezing d code out of me, he also asked for my profession; I told him I was a business woman, and I had a lot cards, that I wouldn’t know the precise account that would be loaded with money per time, he said he would send an account detail so I can wire d money , it’s already in my box; I told him I will need time to gather the money,and asked how I will get my dividends, there was no precise glad I stumbled on ur blog, God help us from all this fraudsters, $250 is a lot of money here, especially with the economy plunge in this country. God bless you abundantly, thanks.

      • Hi Magaret,

        So glad to hear that you had the presence of mind to be cautious and check out the program before committing to it. Once again it demonstrates how these people know to push you hard for cash as soon as you hand over your details. Well done to you, Margaret, and thanks for taking the time to leave your comment.

        Have a great weekend!

        Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus! It reached me here at Switzerland. The video seems promising.. however, your great words are even more promising. Thanks for revealing the scam.


    • Hey Saleh,

      Another country to add to the list! Very pleased to have helped you to avoid the Free Money System.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi marcus from manila philippines ..I just watched his video and i was about to put my email address there.. haha ..he almost got me but i got confused to it if its geniune or not so i search something about it first then i found this ..thank you so much ..ill spread this info so that they will be aware ..thanks again god bless you

    • Greetings MhikB!

      Well done for stopping at just the right time! I can’t blame you at all for not being sure, and I’m pleased that you searched before handing over your details.

      Thanks for stopping by and thanks also for sharing. The more people that know the truth about this program the better!

      Best wishes to you…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus!

    I’ve no much words to say as what I wanted to say has been reflected in all the comments above.

    Just that, a BIG BIG THANK YOU VERY MUCH TO U MARCUS! You save many people’s money outside there :)

    • Hi Phoebe,

      You are very welcome and I am pleased I have helped to put the Free Money System into perspective for you.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Walter Greens video comes to India with a msg of making some 7 lucky people millionaire! can this be possible ? …Hahahahah
    Thanks to your site MARCUS. You are spreading awareness about such fraud scams..

    • Hi Naveen,

      Ahh…they are still spreading the ‘Lucky 7’ message around the world! Well done for thinking twice and thank you for taking the time to stop by and share with my visitors.

      Best wishes to you,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Free Money System message has reached Venezuela. I signed up with my phone and email, but I d decided to do some research before putting money in. Thank God I found your site and your advice just in time! Thank you very much Marcus! Bravo for people like you that stand up for principles and ethics, helping others….!

    • You are very welcome, Fernando!

      I’m slightly alarmed at how the Free Money System is spreading like a wild virus around the world, but at the same time I’m so pleased that many people are turning to Google in search of genuine reviews for the product.

      Happy to have helped you here, Fernando, have a nice day my friend :-)

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I saw this video in Finland. What set the alarm in my head was the whole “free money”. I have lived long enough to know nothing is free in this life. Breathing maybe, but money certainly is not! I find it rather interesting that this Mr. Greene was babbling nonsense for a long time in the beginning. What I found disturbing with the woman who met Mr. Greene scenario was that when the money kept coming to the lady’s bank account and they were done she did not log out from her bank account. Who does that?! You have to be pretty stupid to leave your bank account exposed like that for strangers and someone you supposadly met for the first time! Yes, everything in this video screams HOAX! I just watched if for my amusement, but I find it sad that there are people who actually fall for this.

    • Hi Elle,

      I totally agree…the entire video is full of holes if you watch it and know that it is a scam.

      Really pleased that you viewed it from that different perspective :-)

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Marcus,
    THANK YOU SO MUCH! I was literally brainwashed by the video until I read this. Thank you! You are a life saver! Btw it reached Japan, where I am.

  • Hi im Jordan, Luckily i have found your web Marcus..I was about to gve all my details, bank account and etc to the free money ssystem by Walter..But i searched and i just found out it juz a Scam..Thank you..

    • You are very welcome, Jordon!

      Really pleased to have helped you to avoid the Free Money System and keep your money safe.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi

        I am from South Africa. Took a camble and reg my email and phone number, before being able to even enter any card details “not that I was about to do that” but I admit a was curious…..while still registering personal information i received a call from +44 20 3514 4294 Uk same story as everyone else…the opperator was very pushy and did not even offer to explain how things work just wanted to know what my card details are so that she can help me make a deposit and assign a broker to me. Since the first caller I have had over 10 more calls all from the UK this eve. I starded doing research and know now “binnary” is still computer language and not a quick way to make money. Guess its off to the office as normal tomorrow morning lol. Thanks for blogging and helping me and those who are simply uneducated in the field of online trading.

        • Hi Waldo,

          This is exactly how they operate…as soon as you register your details they will call you while you are still a red hot potential customer. They will then continue to push you hard for a financial commitment and this explains why they have called you back so many times. Please keep an eye on your emails too because you will also get hit with many scam emails. Avoid them at all costs.

          So glad to have helped here, Waldo. Think of it as $200 (at least) saved :-)

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

    • Hi Marcus,

      Iam 18 year old student and the video has reached Pacific in the island of Guam. and Im one of the few who have fallen for Mr.Greens video. I apply for the Free money system and I started getting suspicious when it asked for my card information twice.I am deeply ashamed of myself for falling for such a scam. I would like further advice on how to avoid these scam videos. Thank you.

    • Hey guys. Luckily i found this website. Thanks to who ever make this website. You just save me from making them lying with me. After i signed up they called me straight away to tell me to allow my bank account to allow international transaction. So i wanted to find out more and i saw this website. Thanks alot

      • That’s great to hear, Zharif, and I am pleased that I helped you to avoid going any further with the Free Money System and losing money.

        Best wishes to you for all future ventures!

        Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey there

    Walter Green’s message has already reached Portugal and I like many others fell for it. I signed up with my phonenumber and my email, but I didn´t go further.I was a little suspicious so I decided to do some research before I did anything else so I found you! Now they’ve tried to reach me by phone and they ask me when I would make a deposit .
    Fortunately I found you first.
    Thank you Marcus

    • And so the Free Money System continues to spread around the world.

      Glad to hear that you stopped at the right point, Ana. Please be very wary of any emails that you receive from here on as a result of submitting your email address. They won’t just come from the Free Money System, your details will be sold on to other similar scams and you are likely to get many offers in your inbox. If you can throw your email address away then do so.

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • hi
    i have always been skeptical about ‘free’ anything, i was going through facebook videos when this ‘free money Walter Green’ thing popped up, because the network was slow, i registered my email & fone no, luckily i didn’t give them my email password because i tot the password is for the system, it wasn’t up to five minutes when my fone rang displaying a UK number and a female telling me that i had to pay 250USD for a ‘free program’?
    i told her that i needed to think about it and she promised to call back in 15mins but she never did. Even if she did, i had already found your site and was going through all the posts.
    thank you so much for taking time to do this, for saving many people from making a hugh loss. 250USD is a lot of money, even if it cant be compared to 1mil, nevertheless, a bird in hand is worth millions in the forest.

    • Hi Bibiana,

      Thanks for stopping by.

      This is typically how people get caught out with the Free Money System, but I am really pleased to hear that you didn’t go as far as handing over your money.

      Glad to have been of some assistance here and I wish you every success with future online ventures.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus

    I have sign up with my email address and mobile no. Within 5 minutes , i have received 3 calls from Australia but i have no answer to them . I yet to make any payment because i saw your written and advice given here !! Just would like to say thanks for your sharing and luckily my money is safe with me right now
    . again , huge thanks to you !!

    • That’s great to hear, SL!

      Please keep an eye out for more spammy email…they will bombard you!

      Have a great day, SL.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus :)
    thia video has reached indonesian
    omg i almost apply that registration web!
    you are a life savior! i thought thought that i can use my old card because he said it cost nothing but then i see that i need $200 to do that, well i have a doubt about it. then i do some google search to make sure about this. thank god i found you :)
    even though i am going to use my old account, i still got a lot of doubt that they may use it for any transaction that may happens to make me pay for them.
    im really glad that you are here posting about this information

    • Hi Daisy,

      So the Free Money System continues to reach out across the world!

      Really pleased to have helped you to save your $200 here Daisy and if you gave your email address, please watch out for the scammy emails that will follow.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hello there mr Marcus.
    I also saw this video.
    I have read your review as well as many of the comments on here;
    Regardless, I am actually willing to still risk my 250 for this, shall I say, experiment.
    I have already given my card information, I have mail with my old address on it, and yea idk about the photo ID thing but whatever.
    2 things about me:
    I’m from Canada and my money does not automatically get put into my bank account, I have to actually make an effort to put it in there, so not worried about them taking money from me when there’s already nothing in there.
    Number two: that $250 would be spent at a bar anyways, so just means one night of not going out.
    I plan on posting back here detail by detail of how my experience goes.
    I agree this sounds like a great scam, but hey, it’s money I am willing to lose anyways.
    Thus far I got a phone call from someone saying that my card is good and they will be able to make this work. I told them I won’t have the money till next Friday.
    He said they would keep my account open for that amount of time, it wasn’t a problem.
    When I asked how much money I would earn I was told for the first little bit about 150$ a week because they are going into small low risk investments.
    Sound great, I can make $150 in about a hard hours work if I want to. (I am a piece worker and I install floors)
    Upon further questioning I was told that as I got more money that it would have a snowball effect.
    Also sounds great.
    Now don’t think I am ignoring everyone here.
    No I do not work for these guys I’m a normal citizen just like you all, and mr Marcus I would like to work with you bringing down scams and such, which is why I am willing to risk my $250.
    I’ll be checking this page regularly for any questions.
    If you need to contact me I’m sure you have a way. I really would like to work with you to help other people out.
    Cheers my friend and hope to hear from you.

    • Hey Dakota,

      That’s a great idea!

      I look forward to your future comments and your experiences with the Free Money System.

      All the best for now…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I really appreciate that you wrote this.Walter’s video has now reach in Malaysia and im very young so as you know teenagers would love to have million of dollars in their bank account.So i thought of investing but suddenly it strikes that there are no details of the dream team or whatsoever so if like anything happen i would definately be doomed,then I decided to google up on free money system and was hook up to this page I didnt know there were lots off negative feedbacks.Thanks for saving my 200$

    • Hi Farhana,

      Glad to have been of some help to you. Yes, a cool $1m in 3 months would brighten all of our lives but as you know it’s not real. Your $200 is the most important thing here and the fact that it still in your bank account is great news!

      Wishing you every success,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • It is interesting that Mr. Green’s photo was included as one of the successful participants in another get rich scheme, Cash Code Software, promoted by Robert Allan. Since Sarah Markel’s “Quick Cash System” is also associated with Robert Allan, it would appear that these scams are part of a connected chain.

    • I think you are absolutely right, Scott.

      Ultimately I believe there is a large group of people all working together on these products and they all promote in a similar way. Shocking really :(

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • This video has now reached Germany, congratulations Walter!

    Although it’s very tempting to sign up “for free” I didn’t, since I’m very sceptical.

    I found other videos that are telling me keep your hands off of the free money system, but invest in theirs?!…LOL!

    I’m glad that there are people like you who get to the bottom of something like that to warn others that may not be as cautious as I am…

    Y’all have a great day…and always keep in mind: what seems to be too good to be true, is probably not!

    • Hi Julian,

      This doesn’t surprise me at all. Binary trading options is widely being promoted as a quick fix way to generate a lot of cash quickly, but it’s actually one big risky way to try and make money. Many websites are claiming to be better than the next guy, but the reality is they will all earn from any investment that you make.

      Well done for avoiding the Free Money System and protecting your money, Julian!

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I have been watching that video and l was paying close attention to details. 1. I noticed Walter mentioned that the system was found after 2010 by some guys trying to make quick money, and then in the end he says he has over 6 years using the system. Maths calculations that number doesn’t add up as he made his video in April 2014. point 2 that lady went to him on the 18th April 2014 and he said he contacted her after 3 months but the date was 22 June 2014 ( that is just after 2 months to be exact. He also said a team of guys trained to use the system, yet he also said you do not need training to use the system? Just a few points l noticed that this is just another scam to get money from innocent people.

    • Hey Smurf,

      I agree…there are numerous concerns and contradictions within the video. Most of which go unnoticed or are perhaps ignored because people are thinking more about how they are going to spend a million dollars in 12 weeks time.

      I guess you could say that it’s clever how the video has been put together. I would even go as far to say that the focus is intentionally on almost hypnotizing the viewer into thinking it’s all very possible.

      Ultimately it’s nothing but a scam…a VERY intentional scam.

      So glad you were able to see through the fog, Smurf!

      All the best…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Nice & Great Job, Marcus.
    Your are a Fantastic guy out there to be the watchdog and providing guidance for many people around the world and in the www.
    It’s really heartening to know you are doing all these, saving many people from falling into scams and investments. Believe it’s taking up much of your precious family & personal times. But your good efforts would bring you good karma, that’s for sure!
    I Support U !
    Keep going on, Marcus.

    • Hi Alex,

      Thank you so much…I really appreciate your kind words!

      I know from previous experiences what it’s like to be looking for a genuine work from home opportunity, and I also know how the scammers prey on people like that with their lies.

      If I can help people to avoid these scams and guide them to more genuine opportunities then I feel that I have achieved my goal.

      There’s plenty of potential online…it’s just knowing who to trust.

      Wishing you every success, Alex!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Thank you for steering me clear of Walter Green’s Free Money System. I was just surfing random sites when his video popped up out of the blue. I didn’t understand how I got onto that website but I started listening. I’m old enough to know “if it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t.”

    So as the Free Money system video rolled on I began Goggling reviews. Most of the reviews were obviously linked to the system, some even had download the system on the same page. So I kept looking and fortunately found this website.

    The video is very convincing and I was beginning to think, $200 is a small gamble to earn back $75,000 this month. I’m so thankful I read through your full description of the scam and saw that the initial $200 would immediately evaporate and another request for cash would follow.

    I didn’t invest, I didn’t provide any information about myself, and I’m glad I still have my $200.

    Thank you so much.

    • That’s fantastic, Woody, and I am so glad that you not only searched Google but could also see through those scammy affiliate sites that link through to the Free Money System website.

      Thankfully your $200 is safe…as are any other funds that they would have tried to get there hands on.

      So glad to have helped, Woody!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi there,

    I am in a serious panick – I have registered, given my card and bank details… What the hell do I do now??

    I am a mother of two and thought I would try and help my husband earn an extra income for our family, and got sucked in.

    I would be grateful for any help.

    Kind regards, Lara

    • Hi Lara,

      I would contact your bank straight away and ask them to block any payments. They should be able to close your card and issue you with a new one.

      Not an ideal situation I know, but it will at least protect your money and put your mind at rest.

      Wishing you and your family all the best, Lara.

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi Marcus,

        Jip, I did that – cannot believe I was so stupid.

        Thank you very much.

        Kind regards, Lara

  • I wasn’t fooled even for a second, I’m still very grateful that there are people like you writing reviews like this to steer any would be “investors” away. I live in South Africa and there are so many scams that are locally brewed that you almost become immune to them. Daily I get emails or text promising me enormous wealth if I am only willing to part with a small sum to initiate the process. We even have people scamming unemployed people desperate for jobs, I mean really, how low can you get? Thanks for your honest review, keep up the good work.

    • Hi Anthony,

      Really pleased to hear that you avoided the Free Money System, and yes, it’s dreadful how the scammers target people who are in desperate need of a break. Hopefully you continue to spot them before parting with any money.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi!

    Walter Greens message has reached Sweden as well. And I fell for it (really stupid). I signed up with my phonenumber and my emailadress, but I didn´t go further. I decided to do some research before I did anything else so I found you (thank god for that)! Now they have tried to reach me by phone and email. Im just wondering what can I expect from here on out? Are they going to keep calling me? Are my money safe from this scam, or can they still reach it if I don’t have ant contact with them?

    Best Wishes

    • Hi Linda,

      Gosh…they really are stretching this out far and wide. As long as you didn’t hand over your card details then they cannot access your money. However, you WILL receive a lot of emails from various scams that make it sound like you have earned money, but please don’t click through or give any further details. If you can throw away the email address that you used then do so.

      Your phone is also likely to ring as once in the system you will get calls from brokers who will ask you to invest money. Just threaten to report them and ask that they never call back.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • sooo yeh most likely a scam but i still wanna believe it, what if its real and this website is disclaimer set up to stop it with fake commments etc, ermm dunno what to think no matter where u go people try to screw u over

    • Hi Patryk,

      I could very easily (as many websites do) lie and tell you that Walter Green’s Free Money System is the best program out there because that would earn me an absolute fortune in commission payments.


      I don’t do that because it is 100% a scam AND I won’t lie about any program just to put money in my wallet.

      I’m here to help people AVOID scams and show them genuine ways to earn an income online. If you look around my website you will also see that the majority or programs I recommend are either free or low cost.

      Every comment on here is genuine. It takes me about an hour a day to verify those that are real and write my replies.

      I hope this helps.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I was at a commercial break on a Hulu video so I typed in weather report then out of curiosity, how many new scams were out there & the guy per a million in 3 months was a video I landed on somehow. I didn’t bother with listening to the whole thing. My show was coming back on but I heard his name & enough to see how innocent people are in for it again & likely people disabled like me who can’t afford all our medications since it would cost me 2k a month to do that so I spend tiny amount for Net then Hulu is free. My biggest concern in life is will I survive another week? Financially or my health? Will my disability check come in from years I paid in because of some who somehow get a check when they really aren’t ill? I am very ill with MS & other problems. Lost my home, my spouse & my pet over my illness & nearly my life but I do know one thing that is GOOD ADVICE to anyone here.

    There is no get rich quick anything out there unless by some chance you won the lottery or a wealthy relative gave you a huge inheritance. The odds of one of those is 100 million to 1 against. It’s not likely to happen & we don’t want a relative to die on us just so we can have money. That is a terrible thing. Most of us don’t have wealthy relatives anyway.

    If something comes up saying you can make a million in a year, month, five years etc, it’s a scam so DON’T give your bank info, name or anything. Don’t send them money. The religion scams are things people caught on as send money into God so now the cons are using these other things so they get rich but the poor get poorer. You guys/gals even if you have a little money deserve better. Believe the writer of this website. That other nut is a fraud is basically what it is.

    • Hi Kevin,

      Very good advice there, and I am really pleased to hear that Walter Green and his team failed to trick you into handing over your money.

      As you rightly say, there are only a couple of realistic ways to get your hands on a lot of money quickly, and for most us they are both highly unlikely. Please don’t fall for this or any other programs that makes such bold claims.

      Wishing you every success, Kevin!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Aw man! Markus, my friend. It’s a blessing, your insight on this matter, looking out for the little guy, which i thought mr. Green was primarily interested in as well, but evidently not.

    so, little about me, 24 year old canadian male, living in a pretty desolate city with a low minimum wage rate, which are the only paying jobs you can get here. i’m not one for trying to get rich quick, hell, watching that convincing video actually made me Afraid. it made me afraid of having that kind of money. i would only want a few thousand to start with, what the hell am i going to do with a million dollars? be paranoid? no thanks…

    my only regret is typing in the phone number, i put my roomates phone number in, so maybe he’ll be getting a call here soon, heh. i sure as hell didn’t give them my bank info. it’s quite sick what this man proclaims to do, and i must say, personally, his eyes gave more of his intentions away than anything else. i couldn’t get past it. i have a very acute sense of a person’s intentions, i’m sure you’re probably sick of hearing about this guy.

    Well thanks again, Sir! a most valuable website.

    From Canada with Love!


    • You are very welcome, Robyn! So pleased to have helped you here.

      You are definitely not alone in being attracted to the whole Free Money System – as you can probably tell from the replies here. I’m just pleased that you managed to avoid getting completely pulled in and most importantly, didn’t part with any cash.

      Thanks for stopping by, Robyn. I really appreciate it :-)

      Marcus – WFHW

    • Thank God for people like you Marcus! Have only read a few comments but just came across a link whilst on Facebook reading a news report about who really killed tupac- and was distracted by this post by Walter green I watched the video and was sceptical i thought the first guy was a complete an utter fraud and the second didn’t even believe himself when he said he was a millionaire lol it got me thinking nonetheless watched the full video and decided it was a scam when the young woman actress didn’t part with any money but I was being asked too- I know it was a video but overly staged and repetitive as if they were trying to hypnotise you lol I then input my email address and number as I was intrigued to see what they would email me to say but I think they only email you If you deposit money as I did not receive one.

      I am a single parent from uk to small kids working full time and self employed from the UK it is a shame that the cruel world we live in is made harder by fraudsters I however do salute you Markus definitely a fantastic job you have done to let all know about this keep up the good work ! God bless you

      • Hi Alisha,

        So glad to hear that you didn’t take the plunge and decided to investigate further!

        Just a word of caution: they do still email you and sell your address on to others unfortunately, so you will start to receive further emails trying to get you to commit to this and other programs. BE CAREFUL…they are all scams.

        All the best for now and thanks for stopping by :)

        Marcus – WFHW

    • I knew this was too good to be true. I thought I’d look the guy up and by this as I expected a full on con! I regrettably gave my mobile number so. If he calls ill have my number changed ASAP! Oh and my email darn! But never gave him my card details lol I was only interested when he said it was free but likely said £200 or $200 to sign up contradicted in what he was saying. It’s scary cuz my brain didn’t want to give any info away like my email address or phone number but its that desperation factor! I felt aist like I was being hypnotised I’m glad that $200 fee bit snapped me out of it.

      • Hi Antony,

        Yes, it is amazing how Walter Green’s video kind of sucks you in. But the part where most people hesitate is when you are asked to pay, and fortunately they then take the time to check what others say about the program.

        So glad that you didn’t step any closer to the Free Money System. It really should be renamed “It’s Not Really A Free Money System”!

        Best of luck to you, Antony!

        Marcus – WFHW

  • Stupidly I went on the green machine website and entered my bank card details. I thought nothing would happen and consequently forgot about it. A little later in the day my bank called me and said that they believe that some kind of fraudulent activity had been happening on my account. It turns out that the green machine had first tried to take £250 from my account. This was declined and then they tried again but for £350, when this declined they tried again but this time for £500. I can only say thank goodness I didn’t have the funds in my account!! I urge anyone who is thinking about doing this to NOT do it. Before you know it your account will be empty. Thank God for guys like Marcus!

    • That’s absolutely shocking, Anne, but it does sum up what these people are capable of.

      So glad to hear that they were unable to get their hands on your money tho’. I also advise that you check with your bank to see if they can draw money from your account in the future. Best to be safe than sorry.

      Best wishes to you,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • They called me up at mid night! I then found this forum from a very thoughtful chap! Thank you fella!! The bank declined it at the time and needless to say I did not invest…

        • Hi kes,

          WOW…this goes to show that they have no consideration for where a person might be. They only want to get their hands on your money. Delighted to hear that you didn’t invest.

          All the best,

          Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus,

    Like many of the above, I lost my job, am broke, and doing whatever I can to bring in enough to make my next mortgage payment, electric bill, etc. until I get reemployed.

    The first “client” that was in the video was so cheesy, I knew he had to be an actor. the same for the next. The gal who came into the office seemed real enough but, she’s obviously a much better actor than the cheese brothers. She also didn’t give Green $200, walked out the door and called back (with her video phone)3 months later, and reported on her millions. Again… with the BS.

    The demand for the $200, which I don’t have, caused me to exit. If the gal in the vid didn’t have to pay, why should I? I smelled a rat and, here I am.



    • Absolutely right, Tom. The whole “production” of the Free Money System video is, in my opinion, intentionally scammy. That’s because they know when someone joins up they are MUCH more likely to be able to extract money from them in the future.

      It’s shameful…

      And I’m glad you were able to see through the smoke and mirrors :)

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Your a star ! I love you !
    I’m on a bit of a low, just lost my 999 job as I’ve been injured and cannot work and cannot get out to do anything so they sacked me, working from home seems my only option currently. Just clicked on this on fb and filled all my details then thought, why is he only giving me 10 minutes to decide ? I thought I’d go google and found you, thank god I did, thank you so much x I shall not be ‘sending/confirming’ my details I am now going to delete all the boxes :-) your a lifesaver, thank you xx

    • Hi Dawn,

      So glad to have helped you here!

      Your story is yet another example of how the Free Money System can be so convincing when we find ourselves in often difficult situations.

      Thanks again, Dawn, and I hope something works out for you in the not too distant future :-)

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Marcus

    Sadly, I was sucked in, but I didn’t give them any money, only my card information, and I am worried if I do put money in my bank, it would disappear because of this scam.

    What should I do??

    • Sorry to hear about this, Vinod.

      I would say the best course of action would be to contact your bank and ask what they suggest to do. It might mean issuing you with a new card but they will know the best way forward.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Marcus! I almost got sucked in … i am unemployed at this time…had a great job interview today though and my first unemployment check in the bank… WOOO HOOO!! So, i almost too this bait… then i decided to Google this “System” and i found you! Lucky! I kept thinking “this has to be a scam… besides, if he was that rich, he would have a MUCH BETTER OFFICE!!! The young lady walked in said… “nice office.” Really? I though it sucked … except for the fabulous view! The rest was a cracker box.. not one a multi-millionaire would have! Anyway… i didn’t take the bait. Thanks for your diligence!

    • Hi Leah,

      Delighted to have been able to help you here!

      Good luck with your employment in the offline world and please stay vigilant when search for opportunities online.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi,
    I came across the free money system while watching random videos on Facebook and it appeared in the lower corner and it said free money so like any other person I proceeded to click it and check it out. Once I watched the video for the full 30 odd minuets I had clicked to sign up put in my email and number and I got a call within seconds so I answered and a man was on the other end going on about the payment and how they have a branch in London and it turns out I would only have to pay £167 deposit

    • Hi Teesh,

      Well right from the start those figures don’t add up because by today’s exchange rates, £167 is equal to $250. That’s $50 more than the $200 mentioned within the program.

      It’s concerning that the Free Money System is being widely advertised on authority sites around the globe because this gives the reader a sense of security. Fortunately most check for reviews before investing any cash.

      Thanks for stopping by with your experience, Teesh!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Well I have seen thousands of get rich ads and websites over the years and never fell prey to one of them. Ummmm until now. I did sign up and deposit $200 into the trading account. From what I read it seems i may have actually fell for a scam. I’m not too mad about it, its what you get when you expect to be a millionaire in 90 days with $200 bucks. Its kinda funny i even thought that could be true lol. Got me at the right moment i guess. No contact from his people yet, guess because there is no need, they got my money. I will let you know where this goes one way or the other. But if do I become a millionaire with the green machine in 90 days Im so rubbing it in everyones face. lol Thank you.

    • Hi James,

      Yes, please do let me know how things go although it’s a concern that your $200 has not even got you a phone call as yet.

      You are proof that anyone can fall for this my friend…it’s a just a timing thing as you said.

      I hope to hear some positive news from you soon, James. I would start off by requesting a full refund of your $200 but definitely be careful of the emails that will come your way. They will all sell the same type of “dream”.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Greetings from Singapore.

    First i would like to give you a big hug & say a big “THANK YOU” to you Marcus, for spewing out the beans on these scammers. I must say that the work that you’re doing here is realy great especially gathering all of our comments based on our experiences with these scams and let people really have the 2nd chance.
    I must admit for a while I thought I found the real thing but my senses told me to Google for help, and that’s when i landed on your page.
    What lead me to FMS video was when I was reading dailymail articles lead from facebook, and one of the videos I clicked lead me to the Free Money System. I was completely hooked for a while but I remembered an article I read that says “if anything sounds to be too good to be true, it’s most probably a scam”.
    The title itself (Free money System) was a total giveaway. Walter claims to give 100% free but that’s not true. He did gave that lady Sally free money $250 to start up but not those who sign up. Totally scripted video. The dream team did everything? No way. Gotta pay more money for that and you gotta invest more money clicking buy & sell yourself.
    Luckily I was able to detach myself and check with Google. I didn’t punch in any info for them to contact me.
    Once again “THANK YOU”.

    • Greetings Nicholas!

      Thanks so much for stopping by and I am really pleased to hear that you were able to sidestep the FMS.

      Yet again we hear of the video being advertised on a trusted website – a tactic that will incur advertising costs for those behind the program. What pleases me most is that even though people trust initially, they do see fit to research the program on Google before taking the plunge.

      Well done for having that presence of mind, Nicholas, and I wish you every success with all of your future ventures.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus, I’m not even sure how I ended up at Walters page of dreams, cause I was watching a video on facebook and the next thing I knew I was listening to someone tell me that I will be a millionaire in 90 days.

    My family and me have had a very hard 398 days. What began as a surprise visit to our grandmothers home ended in her death within 6 months and then a sweet hard working 27 year old cousin ends up passing away from something that I had been diagnosed with at the age of 11 (and I Thank God that I’ve lived into my 40’s) yet she passed away with 4 years of being diagnosed and less than a week shy of her 28th birthday.

    With all the travel involved plus final arraignment we are almost 1/4 of a mil in debt. We are getting letters about losing our home, our car, 13 days before having our energy services cut off, so while I listened to Walters spiel, I calculated that all we need was 22 1/2 days to at the very least keep what we have.

    Yet I decided to go on to the Internet and type in “Free Money System” to see how many slot were still left, I figured I could put the $200 on the last credit card that has some money available, but then I saw the words “Watch Dog” and I had worked with a few computer programmers that used a Watch Dog program for the computer system at the company where I worked as a temp and found you.

    If I may say Thank You, because I am not naive about scams yet between all the grief and loss, my family needs help, so we don’t end up living in a vehicle that can also be repo’ed right from under us.

    I was nice to be able to dream again even if it was for a brief 5 minutes, but glad I still had some sense left to check and see your site. Cause the $200 will still be available for food, unfortunately because our income is a merely $300 above many standards that most assistance company have, we don’t qualify for energy assistance (and I need to use a CPAP machine, but at this point they can longer even leave our energy on just enough for me to use it, come the 16th of this month).

    And all our relatives (the many that we have) can’t help out. So my family is not between a rock and a hard place, we are out on a ledge, that’s over a cliff, and what we are standing on is just a slab that is already beginning to teater back n forth. Plus I’m disabled and have a 9 year old baby girl.

    Please pray for my family and me, for that is all I can ask for and Thank You for being a Watch Dog and saving me from just giving away what little we have left, to people “Who don’t need our money and that why it absolutely Free” with a $200. Investment, lol.

    God Bless You Marcus and keep up the good work protecting the little guys, lol.

    • Hi Evie,

      Thank you so much for sharing your story.

      It’s people like, you, in situations like yours, that I care most about. You are facing very difficult times and even though you might be savvy when it comes to scams, your are more likely to give this a go in an attempt to improve your situation.

      Unfortunately, scams like this prey on people just like you, and that is why I feel so strongly about what they are doing without any consideration for the individuals situation.

      I am very pleased to have helped you here, Evie, and my best wishes go out to you and your family.

      Marcus – WFHW

    • Thank you for the job you are doing. I suckered out one the Free Money System / Walter Green. When I entered the credit card info, it didn’t take. Did it again, same. Got disgusted and exited … only to receive a call from “London” – He tried my numbers twice = NG — then he wanted bank info == No way. Ended the process and IMEDIATELY contacted my credit card co. and stopped my card and requested a new one.

      Yeah, a lot of use can dream and think we could get lucky. It would have been beneficial if I had GOOGLED this first! Guess I got lucky not to be one of “only 7 left” ;)

      • Hi Gary,

        Really great work there on pulling the plug. There’s absolutely no way these people should be asking for such details and it’s not the first time I have heard of it happening. Glad to hear that you saw sense and didn’t make it into Walter Green’s “only 7 left” club!

        Best wishes,

        Marcus – WFHW

    • My question is do anyone knows is the Boss Capital a scam because I just put 200 in it but it suppose to be link to Walter Green can I just work the trade myself without Walter program someone please help

      • Hi Lawan,

        I cannot say that they are scam, but the Walter Green team earn a percentage every time you deposit money with one of the traders they suggest. It’s likely that Boss Capital will try to call you so this would be your chance to ask how connected they might be.

        Best wishes,

        Marcus – WFHW

  • lol When I clicked on the terms and conditions nothing popped up. The box was already clicked for you. I was also received a call before I even submitted anything.

    I inquired about the terms and conditions and he stated that he would get someone to email them to me. Nothing as of yet has been sent. I also asked where he was calling from. The man stated from the UK but he quickly replied that the caller ID will show somewhere else because the calls get rerouted.

    • Hi Anita,

      That’s a very interesting spot! More tricks that are only intended to deceive the people who visit the website.

      Thanks for your valuable input, Anita.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

    • I appreciate your truly honest site Marcus. I have to admit he did have my attention for a sec, but after receiving my instant call from his “dream team” I asked the caller had they invested in the system themselves and if it works then why were they working on easter Sunday so early in the morning if your making so much money. Why aren’t you enjoying the holiday with your family? They beat around the bush about their excuse to work and that was absolutely enough to show me that this was certainly a scam. Thanks again!

      • Hi Keith,

        Great thinking by asking the ‘dream team’ a question must have been impossible to answer!

        Glad to hear that your were able to establish these facts on your own.

        Best wishes,

        Marcus – WFHW

  • Don’t even know how I came across “The Green Machine’s” video. (that’s the nickname of one of Australia’s great boxers), but it smelt funny so I googled “free money system scam” and found your blog. I’m not dumb enough to give these low life’s who prey upon the most desperate my hard earned money. I’d love to punch him in the nose with every focussed bit of energy I have. Thanks for the heads up ;)

    Oh yeh, I forgot to add, there are still only 7 spots available and he is going to take down the video and retire. I’m surprised no hard hitting bad boys haven’t strung him up by his scrotum

    • Hi Mitch,

      I don’t think you are alone with your thoughts there!

      Yes, still 7 spaces available. He must be desperate to get those last few in so he can finally retire!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus!!
    This video popped suddenly on my computer and I watched half of it just out of curiosity.
    I knew it was a scam because I am an actress, and as soon as I saw those testimonials I could tell they were being faked.
    So just by that, I could easily tell that if they had to fake testimonies, then the whole thing was not trusty.
    But look, there is enough evidence for the police to hunt down this company.
    This so proclaimed “Walter Green” has a video where he speaks about this program, and tons of pictures..
    Shouldn’t this guy be investigated for selling a lie?! Isn’t this like illegal?!
    What could be done to denounce this guy?!
    Just trying to help here…

    • Thanks for your valued input, Deborah.

      Yes, it’s deception at the very least and for that the people behind the program should be held accountable. I know that a number of my visitors have lodged complaints with the FTC so I think that would be the best route for others to take.

      Thanks again for stopping by, Deborah!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Marcus

    Sadly, I was sucked in, but I didn’t give them any money, only my card information, and I am worried if I do put money in my bank, it would disappear because of this scam.

    What should I do??

    • Hi Ethan,

      I think the best thing to do here is to contact your bank and ask what they advise you to do. The chances are they will provide you with a new card to prevent any amounts being taken from your account.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi Marcus,
        Unfortunately, I got sucked in too..thinking what can be done and how many people i could’ve helped with that kind of money.. This Walter’s video is totally crap!!!.. Thanks to your page that i saw after googling Walter, I immediately called my bank and blocked both my credit and debit cards as i was stupid enough to believe and thought that my bank account had enough funds for their application requirement than my credit card. and so it’s done and thanks to you man.. keep it up!

        To all those who have just seen the video and tried to google Walter Green, til now 5th of April, those 7 slots are still up and luring people so DON’T GET FOOLED! Instead,just save your money for Easter to spend with the family.

        God bless you all!
        Amazing site Marcus!

        • Hi Alex,

          You are very welcome, and I’m pleased to here that you were able to deal with this before handing over any cash.

          Yes, the now famous ‘only 7 slots available’ promise is still in place, some 7 months later!

          Best wishes,

          Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,

    We were watching this loooooong too good to be true video of Walter Green’s system and whilst we were watching we googled and found your blog. Thankfully we did, no sooner had we clicked on the registration button, we received a phone call with the person asking for credit card details etc so we could start making money. I then in turn told the guy that I do not own a credit card or have any cash until payday on which he replied he will phone me back then. Thanks for this blog as you have just saved me and my family from being scammed and making a big mistake.

  • I signed up but didn’t give my bank details as I had second thoughts. When I had the expected sales call I asked them to give me the £180 to open the account and I would give them half of my millions in three months…..they hung up!

    • Hi David,

      I love this!

      Maybe this is the perfect way to deal with the Walter Green team when the phone rings?

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • As another viewer to Walter’s Free $ System,
    I Watched the video, I must admit, started to imagine the $ helping others. As a Disabled Woman, I don’t get much.
    I Found myself day dreaming buying a home for myself (as I am unable to find any grants for the disabled). Red Flags when “Walters EGO” hit the roof about driving his RR. But the Worse comment was when a he said, “Back in 2010 a group of Israeli’s traders was using this code. Hacked it. It’s like holding the HOLY GRAIL!” So “Walter is jealous, a Theif, Pridefull & a LIAR.
    “While, Walter’s Cartoon was still playing, I came across your link! Thank you So Much, $250.00 Is a lot money for me! God Bless you and Israel!
    Orlando, FL. :-)

    • Hi Kate,

      I am really pleased to hear that I was able to help you here. The whole idea of the video is to create an outcome that is made to look completely achievable despite it actually being totally unrealistic (a millionaire within 3 months with no experience).

      I know that many people are disappointed when the Free Money System bubble actually pops, or reality kicks in as I like to put it, but for most, like you, $250 (at least) is a lot of money to lose when things don’t go as planned.

      Best wishes to you, Kate.

      Marcus – WFHW

      • Hi Marcus,
        I think my husband fell for this he paid 250USD which was about $317 AUS. So you recommend cancel card and contact bank, he only did it last night 26/3/15. Maybe we can get money bank from bank. I wish I have read this before but I was at work. Kept up the great work in help ing people.

        • Hi Margaret,

          That seems like the best approach here, although I would suggest contacting your bank first to see if they suggest any other course of action.

          Glad to have been able to help you and your husband, Margaret.

          Best wishes,

          Marcus – WFHW

    • I watched the complete video and came up with a couple things: He mentioned making a million in three months, but his bank statements showed a two-month span (late April-late June). He also said that all this was first “discovered” in 2010 and then the dates get mixed up. He speaks as if things took years, when he did the video in 2014, which is only four years.
      I began the process but then disconnected. I was phoned less than five minutes later by a gentleman with an Asian accent. When I went on line and discovered this comes from the UK, I decided to look further and came up to this site. Thanks for the info. I’ll put my money into Easter candy.

      • Completely agree with you Larry, there’s a lot of contradiction within the video. Well spotted!

        Enjoy the extra Easter candy and best wishes for all of your future online ventures.

        Marcus – WFHW

  • I was applying for it on Tues March 10th. I wasn’t even done the application and I received a phone call from a Matt Ruiz about wanting the money (200.00$) and I told him I didn’t have the money until this Friday which is tomorrow. I also received a call today from another business that does the same. I had to call him off too. Thanks for the info Marcus I know what I need to do now when he calls me tomorrow. I’ll keep my money.

    • Hi Michel,

      This is a perfect example of the pressure they put you under when you submit your details to them. So glad you happened to stop by and see the bigger picture.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • The first clue is “7 people” why doesn’t he call 7 of his friends and help them instead of going to all the trouble of making this long video? Very strange. Then all the almost “begging” people to join at the end. If he was legit and only taking on 7 people wouldn’t people be knocking down his door to try to get in. Nonsense. Does not make sense. Thx for this website that I am sure has saved 100’s of people their hard earned cash. Sandy

    • Thanks Sandy!

      Yeah, there are no end of mind games going on within the video…all scripted in such a way that most people won’t even realize (because of there need to just get a break). Very glad to hear that you could see through the smoke :-)

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I was about to join these guys but due to the fact that i have took time to investigate on them, i am save now. Mr.Marcus you have saved me really otherwise i was about to join them and deposit some money of which its through hard work!! thanks a lot and am going to reject any other calls or info from them. and closing my opened account. thank you once again.

    • Hi Herman,

      Delighted to hear that you took the time to look into this program before committing fully to it.

      Wishing you all the best for now…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • just wanted to say thank you Marcus I also watched this video and signed up didnt deposit anything, when it asked for card details i was like no thanks I was at work on my phone and did think was safy so I wait till got home and did a search on walter green saw your coments thanks for saving me 250.00

    • You’re welcome, Frank, and thanks for taking the time to stop by and share your story.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I just want to say thank you for warning people about this, i actually was about to be fooled myself, a week ago or so, i found this free money thing, and i signed up for it, and when they called me, i gave them my creditcard info, but luckily,i didnt have any money before march 12,which i told them and they said they would contact me then, so i guess they would have taken the deposit on the 12, but thank God i found this, so now i have closed my creditcard and they cant take anything :) so thank you thank you THANK YOU!
    From a bit emberrased, but greatful norwegian girl :)

    • You are very welcome, Hanne.

      It sounds very much like you took the right kind of action at the right time so well done for taking the time to do a little bit of research.

      Thanks for stopping by…I appreciate your time.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Thanks Marcus, you saved my money. I was nearly sucked in then I knew to google first and low and behold confirmed my thoughts that it was a SCCCCAAAAAMMMMMMM.

    Thanks again

    • Hi Gloria,

      So glad to have helped and well done for taking the time to research the Free Money System before taking the plunge.

      All the best for now…

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus,
    You are a “diamond geezer” as our cockney friends would say here in the UK!! Which is to say, a real cool guy! Why are we so easily fooled?? I watched his video, just out of interest (I’m not even desperate, financially), and even though the background music, his seductive deep voice, the obvious actors (haven’t we all seen ordinary people talking on video? they’re nothing like as smooth), the impossible promises, all promising 1.8 million in three months, and the end entreaties to sign up, etc…..we still think it might really be a genuine opportunity!!
    You really are a great guy Marcus…you are setting people right, sympathising with them and advising them, and although you obviously have your own scheme, are not pushing it at every opportunity. ALL POWER TO YOUR ELBOW, AND GOD BLESS YOU!!

    • He he…thanks for the positive thoughts and vibes, Ken!

      I totally agree with you on why we might fall for this. There’s an overload of fake in there but ultimately I think people who are in need of a break desperately want to believe it is actually true and not a scam.

      Thankfully though a large percentage check it out before going too far, and it makes my day to hear that I’ve prevented someone from losing money that they simply can’t afford to lose.

      Best wishes to you, Ken, and have a great weekend!


      Marcus – WFHW


    • Hi Paul,

      You definitely need to contact your bank about this and ask them what they suggest you should do next. I hope they can help you to get this resolved asap.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi marcus

    yes the video was empowering untill the lady goes to his office I mean if u had 48 mill would you have a cubicle office like that come on bro thats what gave it away for me if I had that much cash I would work from one of my ten resort style houses damn idiot anyway I clicked to join entered details etc 10 min later ph rings (uk on the line ) telling me he was trading aswell all he wanted was C card details I ask if he new walter green he had no idea who he was that was the second thing that made me think twice so thnxfor putting this up just feel sorry for the people that did get suckd in cheers bro

    • Hi Elliot,

      Well done for avoiding this my friend. The speed at which these guys work is key to their “success” and that is why people are reporting that the phone rings pretty quickly.

      Something simple like asking about Walter is a good approach that others have been using, and it often leads to the person on the other end giving you more reason to be concerned. It’s at this point people should stop on the spot and I’m really pleased to hear this is exactly what you did.

      All the best for now,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I also watched this video and signed up didnt deposit anything, when it asked for card details i was like no thanks. thanks for all the information.

    • You are very welcome, Sandra. Glad to have been able to help you here.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • All I can say is this guy is a smooth slithering snake. Yes, it got my attention but after only 15 minutes or so my intuition said research this guy. It’s rare that I even look at these ads. This one was just another reminder to be careful. Thanks for everything you do Marcus.

    • You are very welcome, Jacqueline, and I’m really pleased that you checked this guy out before proceeding any further!

      All the best,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus. I just recently watched the video of Walter Green and how he made people become millionaires in 3 months. I watched it last night and I was hooked. Im a mother of 2. My 7 year old attends a private school that cost alot and I thought this will help me pay for all the next 3 more years to attend in school. I registered with them and took me to this onetwotrade firm to pay $500 to active my acc with them, but luckily I had no idear what stopped me from entering my card details and that was at 3am in Sydney Australia time I was still up to get this done. Thank God I googled it again 15mins ago and this was the first web I saw and clicked on it, was yours. Now I feel like killing that man W G.Thank you for saving our people’s lives no matter what colors and languages n cultures. God bless you.


    • Hi Marlena,

      Phew…I’m really pleased to hear that you stopped before paying the $500 to activate your account with OneTwoTrade! My only advice from this point is to keep an eye on your inbox because you will now be hit with a regular amount of email from the team behind the Free Money System, and ALL emails will attempt to trick you into thinking you have earned a lot of money.

      DO NOT do as they ask because they will force you into registering your account and this will require you to pay. Be careful though because the emails are very convincing!

      Wishing you every success online, Marlena!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Marcus and all others :)

    I must say I stepped into the trap. I´m not proud of myself, but luckily didn´t loose too much, when thinking of what I could have. Unfortunatelly I didn´t see this blog earlier. It would have prevent me, but maybe this was another lession I had to learn. When I saw the video my mind of course screemed NOOOOO, but to be honest, there was another part inside of me somehow hoping that maybe not everything is always just bad and what if I could have some luck this time. What I am wondering is if one could bring this Walter Green to court for making these promises and the rest that happens after you clicked on the button has nothing to do with what what promised before. I mean they even say: No, you´re not becoming a millionaire within three month, let´s stay realistic. I was trying to look up any contact details of Walter Green but there is nothing, so I would have loved to send him an email, thanking him for betraying me. I didn´t read all other 100 comments on this post, but are there others that experienced it? that went further than just seeing the video? If, shouldn´t we get together and see if we can defent together? Still Thank you, Marcus, that you put a spotlight on this. It will still help many others. Blessings, Mia

    • Hi Mia,

      So glad to have prevented you from stepping right into the Free Money System, and don’t feel bad about the fact that it pulled you in. Many, many people have done the exact same thing.

      The thing to consider about Walter Green, there’s a very strong chance that he doesn’t exist. The entire Free Money System sales pitch uses actors, both within the video and testimonials, and the general opinion is that he is also just an actor.

      I have some further information that might suggest this program and a number of other programs are actually connected in a very strong way. I am about to post that information.

      I will post a link here in the replies and whilst I don’t think it will immediately lead us to the “team” behind the Free Money System, it could eventually expose what might be going on within the darker side of the work from home industry.

      Best wishes to you for now, Mia, and I am really pleased to have helped you here!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • The Walter Green’s free money scheme is definitely a scam, even the financial consultant at RBOPTIONS tells me so. RBOPTIONS trading platform itself is not user friendly. Once you deposit your USD250 into yr account, u can basically say good bye to your money. The verification procedure is the most hopeless process anyone will encounter. This is from my experience when I opened up a account a few days ago. Everything felt like a scam and bully. Felt like reporting this to the police!

    • Thanks for your input, Eddy, it’s much appreciated!

      There’s a lot of risk in many directions with products just like this so it’s really important to be vigilant and ask questions if you feel concerned.

      Wishing you all the best, Eddy.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • so easy to get sucked in when the chips are down but just remember the old saying “theres no such thing as a free lunch !!!” it will cost you somewhere O well i live to fight another day
    good luck to you all
    if you find a money tree let me know!

    • Great points, Ian!

      There are many programs that offer a free version or ‘Freemium’ as they tend to call it nowadays, but the big difference is the good guys will always tell you of potential future costs.

      This is definitely missing from Walter Green’s Free Money System, and that says a lot about what their agenda actually is.

      Wishing you every success, Ian!

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey Marcus,
    Just watched a few min of the video, read your thread, than registered anyway for sh*ts and giggles. I’d say within 5 min of registered, a 416 number from ontario called. I answered , the lady was oriental. I asked her to put walter on the phone. She laughed than slipped back into her “Agent” role. I kept demanding to speak with walter, she had told me that after I deposited I can speak to him. Hard to believe what this world has come to.

    Keep up the good work.

    • Hi Joey,

      I love your approach and asking to speak with Walter himself is a brilliant tactic!

      Well done for seeing through this one and I wish you every success with all future online ventures.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Good morning Marcus

    Having a worked in the markets with fund managers I can assure all readers of this comments section that there is no guaranteed way to make money out of trading. Even those who trade professionally often fail and history is littered with examples of ever increasing amounts being ‘gambled’ to try and dig a trader out of trouble hoping desperately that the previous losses will be covered by the next potential gain.

    There can be few who do not know the story of Nick Leeson who brought down Lehman’s Bank which was the start of the current financial turmoil in which the world finds itself.

    Of course there are people out there who’s motives are truly altruistic and who wish to ‘give back’ a portion of what they have earned but they normally do so by making a direct financial contribution where it can assist the most rather than attempting to get financial information and funds from others with the promise of great rewards.

    Anyone who is promising a 90% plus success rate in trading binary options and willing to do so free of charge for others is offering something that is statistically impossible and never witnessed anywhere ever in the history of trading.

    For those who still doubt – a dice has six sides and irrelevant of whether I or anyone else rolls that dice there is a one in six chance that the dice will settle on the chosen number. A guy taking bets will not give you one in six odds because he will never make money – a bookie or similar may give you one in four odds for your £1 bet knowing only too well that if the dice is rolled six times on average that he will only pay out £4 once. A guy promising that the dice will land on the side that he has called 90% of the time is living in fantasy land.

    The only group of people who do have the ability to make money are our Governments who can do so through quantitative easing which effectively is a method that a load of money is created out of ‘thin air’ and dumped into the system to provide more liquidity – a dubious method because the more money that is created out of ‘thin air’ the less the value of the purchasing power of the currency that we hold in our bank accounts or the cash in our pocket due to dilution in value.

    Sadly the corruption starts at the very top and works it’s way down though the food chain manifesting itself as get rich quick schemes such as this.

    Being armed with knowledge keeps one’s money safe – and in closing I am sure everyone knows that money has no intrinsic value in that currency is only a method to enable goods/services to exchange hands. Currency in itself has no value so if everything went badly wrong with currency no longer being accepted as a means of exchanging goods/services – those holding physical assets owned outright will be the ones holding something of value.

    Top marks for highlighting this scam.

    Kind regards


    • Andrew,

      Thank you so much for your detailed comment.

      I completely agree with everything you have said and I hope that my visitors absorb every word too. Not just in relation to Walter Green’s Free Money System, but any program that suggests trading is a surefire way to generate a lot of money with minimal risk.

      Best wishes to you and thanks again for stopping by. I really appreciate it.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • did not know ppl were sooooooooooooooooooo stupid to fall for this BS, but i guess there are such ppl and is the reason for the existence of such crap…may God save you

    • Yes, people do fall for it Sambora, and it’s mostly out of desperation or a need to get a break in life. Isn’t it so sad that these scams target these people specifically?

      Best wishes to you,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus I want to say that I thank you. I just saw this commercial and almost believed it. I mean it seemed real and believable. When watching the video, something suddenly nagged me. I thought like
    ‘Wait he said this website is secret and like only 7 people can become into millionaire. Then it means this “Walter Green” spread out videos to worldwide. There will be at least 1 person who think this website is suspicious and call the cops, post it in online whatever!!’ That’s when I decided to reseach about him. I typed “Walter Green” on the google and saw this review. I was like ‘WTF! I almost got tricked! F**k that Walter Green!! That was toatally a scam!!’
    So, I appreciate you a lot. Thnaks Marcus.

    • Hey Mr Anonymous,

      You’re very welcome!

      As you can see from the other replies, the 7 people trick has been running for months now so that right away tells you they are not exactly being honest. And that’s only the start of the deceit unfortunately, but I’m pleased the I was able to help you stop right there!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • wht the!!after seeing Walter green with the damn rollsroyce and a couple of dodge automobiles I was hot and sweating furiously to become the next millionare in town..for sure I couldn’t wait to finish the video.I didn’t also want my friend to see coz I knew he would call it a scam…this no from Ontario called without hesitation asking for visa card info and thanks God I had not memorised the card no.she’s to call back soon and luckily I have found your post before it was too late..thanks alot

    • That’s great to hear, Dennis!

      You are not alone in thinking this is a genuine program…it’s very easy to get sucked in by all the extravagant lies in the video.

      I’m delighted to hear that you’d forgotten your card number (lol) and hope you are ready for when they call you back and attempt to pressure you into paying up. AVOID!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus,

    I’m from Indonesia. Thanks a lot for your information, i’ve just recently watched the video, after about 5 minutes it really feels like “something is wrong, do not continue”, then i googling and i got your web info.
    Thanks again Marcus !

    • Greetings, Heru!

      I’m really pleased to have helped you here and I wish you every success with all future online ventures.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • It was only by grace that I ended up on your page, Marcus. I am in VERY, VERY urgent need of 2 huge medical operations. I have no medical fund and the public health care in ZA is the poorest in the world. I have to pay for the operations myself. I fell for this free money system and made my deposit on the 6th of this month. Only a woman called me and said that some person will call me. That did not happen. I was actually very p***** off because my money just sits in my account. The firm I registered with, is OneTwoTrade. I watched the video again totday, making notes of what this Walter crook says. And when I got to the registration part, thr name of RB Options came up.

    This is my actual e-mail today to this Walter scammer:

    Good day,
    I, DP du Toit (e-mail **** responded on a promotional add I saw of WALTER GREEN called the FREE MONEY SYSTEM. I must only sign up with one of his brokers and that is how I got to OneTwoTrade. This broker firm came up when I registered and made my deposit. I deposited the $250 into my account and then a very friendly lady called and said someone will call me on that day to explain everything to me (6th Feb). Nobody called and it is now just about 2 weeks. Today I looked at the video in the add again, to get some of the facts straight and when it came to the register part, the name of another broker firm came up and the people immediately called me from RB Brokers. I told them that I already made my deposit with OneTwoTrade. They said no, my money should not be with OneTwoTrade. How the hell because OneTwoTreade came up as the broker firm I must register with.
    I specifically signed up for Walter Green’s Free Money System and for nothing else.

    Is OneTwoTrade linked to Water Green’s system? If not, I don’t know how OneTwoTrade came up as one of the firms I must register with. Because a broker from RB Brokers called me and said my money must be with them. It should not have happened because how would I have known OneTwoTrade is not one of the firms when the system popped them up. I invested my money because I am in urgent need of 2 huge medical operations and I was promised I will be able to get it from a registered firm that deals with his system. $250 may net seem like much but it is all I have and I need your help to make it grow as promissed in the video by Walter. I was promissed a sign up bonus as well and none of that happened yet.

    I spoke to one of the agents at OneTwoTrade and he could not helped with any of my queries except to tell me my money is safe. I need that money to grow because I’ve lost everything I had between 5 different binary firms. Brokers that did bad trades. I need this Free Money System URGENTLY.

    As you can see I am in real need. Then I came across your page and I can thank my lucky stars. The money in my account at OneTwoTrade is still there and the agent told me my money is safe: nobody can touch it without my concent. If someone from the Green-gang should give me a call, I know where to tell them to go. Thanks to you.

    • Hi Daniel,

      Thanks for taking the time to share your experiences with Walter Green’s Free Money System.

      First of all, $250 IS a lot of money…especially considering your own personal situation and let’s also not forget the fact that the Free Money System is intentionally sold to you/us as something that won’t cost a penny.

      Regarding OneTwoTrade or any other broker associated with this program, none of them are independently recommended for their ability to make you rich…they have been intentionally selected because every time you pay money to them, the Walter Green team earns a commission payment in return. This is just one way they will try and make money from you.

      The reason why you were recommended to a second broker on your most recent visit is because the “system” will already know you have registered with OneTwoTrade, so they will recommended you an alternative (to get more money from you). Unfortunately this how these scam systems tend to work.

      The fact that your money might be sat in an account is partly reassuring I guess, but I would say that you are never likely to get that back. At best it will be used to trade and when it’s used up they will ask you for more.

      In all honesty, Daniel, I think you are much better off to avoid spending anymore money with these people. Instead invest your money in a program that is proven to work. I think it’s very clear from my review and the comments since that the people behind the Walter Green Free Money System have no intention of improving your financial situation…only their own.

      Best wishes and the best of health for the future.

      Marcus – WFHW

    they created a fake website and used Walter Green’s video and linked it to their website. as soon as they recieve information they make you create an accont in ONETWOTRADE and will never issue refund or respond to emails.

    • Hi MD,

      Thanks for your thoughts on the Onetwotrade/Free Money System connection, and I’m sorry to hear that you have a had a bad experience with them.

      Wishing you every success in the future.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I got a call right after I sign up and glad it happened while I was reading your post. Truly gutted that it’s another pyramid scam. There’s still 7 places left as of 12 February 2015!

    • Hi nv,

      Really pleased to have helped you to avoid The Free Money System, and yes…those 7 places are still remaining!

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • That old adage of if it’s too good to be true then it usually is rings to mind i got ten fifteen seconds into thw video and decided scam and this website confirmed that

  • After watching the video, I was thinking of investing 250$, but thank god to this website. I saved from that scam. As soon as I registered, I got a call from a very funny number which I didnt answer. Instead I blocked that number! Many thanks to u

    • Well done Sam!

      Just be aware that you will now get many emails, all of which are designed to trick you into joining. Please check the replies here for examples of what to expect.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • The video was so believable. i’m going through a really really hard time at the moment and this seen amazing i was so close to going for it then read up on this and im thankful for you speaking about this and showing what it really is cause you’ve really just saved me from being in even more of a s**t situation. Thank you

    • Really sorry to hear about your situation, Nina, and I am happy to hear that I helped you to avoid losing a lot of money with this program.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • This is no different than a sports tout who claim to win 80% of his bets. The best sports handicappers in the world barely hit 60% and after the vig make a small profit. The way he was talking in the video reminded me of the handicappers who will tell you their Monday night pick is 100% free and a guaranteed winner. Actually they give the opposite pick to half the people so half are happy and sign up and the other half just lost their bet and now get a few months of “free” betting advice. Oldest sports scam in the books.
    This is absolutely the same thing.
    I am an excellent capper and only make about 60 units a year in profit, but it takes about 700 units of bets per year just to make 60 or so units. My clients love it that we win, but it takes a year to profit a little bit. Some of my clients bet as much as $3000 – $5000 per unit or more but the difference is that they can afford it. They are all wealthy and consider me just another way to invest (and have fun doing it).
    Taking money from the desperate who obviously cant afford it; is sickening beyond belief. I warn every new client I take on of the risks and the lack of a guarantee. I tell them we go throw good times and bad but in the long run we will win if we stick to the system and not chase bad beats.

    This W Green guy is EXACTLY the same as the betting touts I despise.

    • Thanks RichMacK for your injection of reality.

      I completely agree…this is just the same as those betting guys playing A against B. Shocking to think that the Walter Green team will go to extreme lengths to paint this up as the zero-risk millionaire opportunity that it most definitely is not.

      I really appreciate you telling it like it is. I hope my visitors will take your points on board and make the right decision about the Free Money System.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I was wondering about the free money making sistem and it’s doubtful words so I’m here to ask you something. What are the bad points in the video and show me proof of it being a scam. If it is a scam I can say your a sharp person for doing research but if you aren’t what happens then. I want to be sure that the sistem is either fake or real and if you can prove me wrong about the sistem fake then I’ll thank you. I need to be sure because this chance doesn’t come every day (not true) so give me an answer please.

    • Hi Arcadius,

      First of all, I think you only have to look at my own thoughts and more importantly the experiences of others who have replied to this review. Many have lost money, had payments taken from their accounts and are being pressured by phone to pay as much money as they have. I am yet to come across anyone who has achieved what the Free Money System promises…to make them a millionaire within 3 months.

      And if you think the people claiming to have been successful on the video are real, I’m sorry to say they are fake. Try searching Google for “buy video testimonials on Fiverr” and you will see how easy it is to buy a lie. You will also see some of the actors from the Free Money System video on there if you dig deep enough.

      It is entirely your choice to decide who to believe here, Arcadius. My interest is to protect people from programs that trick and deceive. I hope I have been of some help to you.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey marcus. I just watched the video for the free money system. I’m going thro a hard time and could really use the money so it looked really good but than decided let me do a little research on this cuz it seems to b too good to b true and I’m glad I did. I would of made the biggest mistake of my life. Thank u for helping me and all the rest of us..

    • You’re very welcome, Andrey.

      I totally appreciate your situation and understand how appealing the Free Money System might seem. So glad to hear that you did your research first.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hello Marcus,
    Glad to see your review.
    I became immediately suspicious when asked for my name and email address then #. Password.
    Why would they need to be able to access my email account.

    • Hey Andi,

      Wow…that’s crazy but I’m guessing that some people do actually give them their details. That’s probably why I get emails from people saying they were emailed about the Free Money System by a friend. Scarey stuff.

      Best wishes, Andi.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • I also came across this Money making website and thought just to have a laugh – (obviously didn’t pay anything!!) within minutes someone called me and started giving me the sales pitch – couldn’t get a word in – so i just put the phone down. Anyway – long story short – I googled this and your website / Blog came up- and i must say if it weren’t for people like you many unsuspecting / gullible / nice people would get hammered . I just love to read about it – tossed around – and then have the peace of mind that people like you exist to confirm my doubts, Thank you very much….

    • Hi Mike,

      You are very welcome!

      Well done for pulling out of this at just the right time. Regarding the calls, they are definitely pushing hard when they make contact with you.

      From a marketing point of view they know that you are already “hot” because you handed over your details so they are trying to get you to hand over some cash before you go “cold”. Can’t imagine how the people making those calls can sleep at night knowing exactly what they are doing.

      As they work for Walter Green you would have thought they would already be millionaires and wouldn’t need to make phone calls all day. Just a bit confusing!

      Best wishes to you, Mike.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hey bro, I was about to join now, good thing I made a google oit of it as one actor she only put $50, but when I try to register, It asked for &250, so I said to myself, “nah, I’ll just use that amount to buy myself some tools”, lol
    coz its a big scam. (that I almost fell into, lol)

    • Hey Eze,

      That’s great to hear! Believe me, the $50 or $250 is only just the start of it so you’ve done exactly the right thing here by not paying up.

      Hope you get some awesome tools from the saving :-)

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus I was lucky to find your website I just subscribed to this walter-greens-free-money-system about 2-3 hours ago before i deposit any money I discovered your website me phone it’s ringing nonstop I was talking with one off them broker right after I subscribed they ask me about me card details and also how much I will like to deposit I never ghive them the card details beacouse I was working since then I’ve been called about 20 times soo guis don’t trow your money true the window thanks Marcus

    • Hi Kryss,

      Really pleased to hear that I was able to help you here and well done for pulling the plug before handing over your important details.

      The phone will ring unfortunately but there are some awesome tips within these comments as to how to deal with them. You are also likely to receive a regular flow of emails from a variety of people (your email address will be used to force you to part with your cash) so please avoid these no matter how appealing they might seem. If you are able to, cancel the email account and set up another.

      Thanks for stopping by, Kryss…I really appreciate your thoughts on the Free Money System.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Hi Marcus I joined this money making scam today I told the guy I didn’t have £250 and he said that’s ok we’ll stick to dollars that’s £166 as soon as I did it I knew it was a mistake..They said they would call me back in 10 minutes but never did…I got an email about an hour later asking for a photograph of my passport or driving licence a utility bill or statement with my name and address on it and a photograph of the card I used to pay front and back.. ( im thinking now identity fraud)
    As I said as soon as I’d done it I knew I’d made a mistake and rang my bank and although I couldn’t stop my payment they cancelled my card so no further payments could be taken…I can’t believe how stupid I was im usually so careful.and can spot this sort of thing instantly…anyway expensive lesson learned.

    • Hi Ruth,

      OMG…I simply cannot believe that they had the nerve to ask for copies of your personal identification items, which as you say, could very easily then be used in a fraudulent way.

      On the plus side Ruth, at least you have been able to cancel your card and prevent any further payments being taken. Thanks so much for sharing your experiences with my visitors.

      Best wishes,


  • Talk about scam. One of the so called account manager said “to hand over your credit card details and they would active it for you”. Thus rang major alarm bells. Thank you so much for confirming my concerns.

    • Hi Don,

      Wow…that’s an incredible step too far. Congrats on having the presence of mind to check things out further and I’m pleased to hear that my review helped.

      Best wishes,


  • Hi Marcus,

    I’ve red your review right on time i guess. Your right. Once you sign up, they tell you to put $250,- in your account. So i didn’t do that and today someone from the UK called me. He was gonna send me a mail with more information. I just signed up cause i was curious like most people. So now i know that i have to block the phonenumber and the mail….
    it is to nice to be true, but hey i’m curious of you can make money

    • Well done Jerry!

      It’s clear to see the process here…

      If you don’t pay the $250 the phone starts to ring and you get pressured into making the transaction (and then some). I’ve had many comments and emails from people recently who have not gone any further than this point which is great to hear.

      Hopefully you are able to block the calls, Jerry, but a word of warning…the emails will be non-stop and will always trick you into thinking you have a large payment waiting IF you make payment. Please avoid.

      Best wishes,


      • I was just looking at the system and it does look really good. Then I start to think let me just check on this to make sure that it’s real. Next thing you know there you here you go doing your thing showing that once again it’s a scam again thanks again. I appreciate it you know these dudes out here really trying to get over on people yet they claim they don’t want to get over on nobody, yea right. Sssscaaaam!

        • That’s great to hear, Scott, and I’m really pleased that another person has decided to check things out before committing to the Free Money System.

          The best of luck to you for all future online ventures.


    • Marcus,
      This scam now comes up in an advert from people with wealth and their secrets in facebook. I watched about twenty minutes of the Walter Green video a couple of months ago, which gave me lots of laughs. If you join now, well the seven lucky people who do sign up, they get for free $10,000 in their account with the broker. Yes, ten thousand dollars !! They didn’t offer that a few months ago ! Why do the powers that be in your country allow these scammers to do this, this feeding off the naive, who probably do not have much in the way of funds, it is so wrong. I’m from Australia, pyramid sales were closed by our government way back in the 70’s, and that started this trend to rip people off, it is a pity that these ” people ” cannot be held accountable for these scams.

      • Totally agree, Ian.

        You would think that global businesses like Facebook would in some way filter who advertises within their service, yet they obviously don’t.

        There definitely should be something in place to make these people accountable, but in the meantime I am just pleased that my review and the comments of other are helping to prevent people from losing their money.

        On the topic of who should be accountable, I have evidence that suggests there could be a team of people responsible for this and other similar programs and will be posting about it this week. I will post a link to it within this comment thread.

        Best wishes to you Ian.


  • Yea scam…also submitted my email but did not pay any money….so now when I get phone calls from them I just say ‘please hold on he is fixing the roof, I will go and call him…..they are paying for the call…so after 15 minutes I go back to the phone and tell them he is on his way, just wait he will b e here in seconds! …I reckon that for all the money that is taken from people who can ill aford it, I am entitled to let them wait and pay for it!

    • Hi Mich,

      Ha ha…nice idea! Well done for pulling the plug before parting with your money. Hopefully they will eventually get fed up with waiting and give up on ever being able to get their hands on your money.

      All the best,


  • Hey man u saved me from making a big mistake for which i would have regreted for the rest of my life…I just went through the free money system program video…well i was considering of joining today..and then i decided to check the authenticity of this system…so guess i made the right choice right..oh and just for the info people…there are still 7 spots available now..which is ABSOLUTE nonsense…and this walter green guy claims to add $500 bonus if u join this system…absolute crap…really hats off to u marcus cause u saved so many people’s lives…I hope no more people fall into walter’s vicious money trap..

    • Hi Symond,

      I’m so glad to hear that you found my review before wasting your money!

      As you say, the 7 places still available is absolute nonsense and I’m just happy to help people see the reality of a program that pretends to be something it isn’t.

      Best wishes to you, Symond, and thanks for stopping by!


  • I just want to look at the flip-side of the coin here. Some people complain about the shameless commissions that probably gets paid to Walter Green and his Dream Team, but isn’t that the way it works in many other businesses as well? If you buy a car or a house, are you going going to decide not to do it, because the car salesman or the estate agent gets commission? Listen!! There are MANY systems like this available online. There are so many bots and programs available to help you trade binary options, where you can make some xtra money and even get rich (if done right). I’ve never done traded options before, but did a lot of research and spoke to some people face to face. It is clear that, from what the author writes in his article, that he doesn’t know the next thing about trading binary options and the different tools available to do so, if it walked up and kicked him in the balls!! So Marcus, please make sure you know wtf you’re talking about, before robbing people of great and real opportunities, before having verbal diarrhea on a subject you don’t know the next thing about!!

    • Hi Willie,

      Thanks for your input.

      First of all, let’s use your analogy of buying a car and how your decision may or may not be influenced by the person selling it to you.

      When you go to buy a car, you usually know how much money you are willing to spend. You might however end up buying a nicer car for more money, but you won’t do that unless you know you can afford it. Whatever the case, and regardless of what the salesperson might earn, you will know how much it is going to cost before you leave the showroom with your purchase.

      Let’s consider how this relates to Walter Green and his Free Money System, as you have suggested…

      When you visit his showroom (website), he tells you that he is going to make you a millionaire within 3 months. He does his absolute best to NOT tell you how, and suggests initially that it’s not going to cost you a penny. Only once you give your email address does he explain that it’s going to cost you $200 to proceed, which as I and others have proven here is only just the start of the spending.

      So to address the comparison that you made…

      The car salesman shows you exactly what you are getting and how much it will cost.

      Walter Green lies about what you will get (1 million in 3 months) and lies about how much it will cost ($200 min).

      After the event, in both cases, what happens next?

      With your brand new car you are likely to be covered for a number of potential issues for a set amount of mileage or years, so there are no unexpected costs. You have running costs of course, but you were aware of those when you made the purchase.

      With Walter Green, you assume it is free from the start but as soon as you submit your email, you are hit with a $200 bill. Thereafter, you will be asked to keep on paying larger amounts regardless of if your investment makes any money.

      But if you decide to NOT invest the initial $200, what happens next?

      Your phone rings non-stop and you are hit upon by pressure salesmen who’s sole purpose is to get you to hand over your cash. There are actually videos of this process in action online which I chose to not include in my review, but they are shocking to say the least. If you’d like further proof, read the comments by others within this review.

      Ultimately my point here Willie is that comparing in the way that you suggest is not even a valid comparison.

      The reality is, Walter Green and his team are intentionally deceiving people in the worse possible way.

      And for the record, here’s how Walter Green would earn my respect…

      If on his website he put up a 5 min video explaining that he wants to introduce you to binary trading options, a profitable yet difficult and stressful way to make money, and you will have to pay an initial $200 up front to get started, I might just congratulate him for being so open.

      But he didn’t. He decided to remove all the fear and cost worries because he knows that if he told it how it actually is, he wouldn’t make a penny.

      Now I don’t claim to be an expert on trading binary options, Willie, but what I do about is how to spot scams. It wouldn’t matter if the Free Money System was about refurbishing and selling car batteries (something that I know nothing about), it’s the fact that he’s deceiving and tricking people out of their hard earned cash.

      THAT is what I care about, Willie, and that is why I have taken the time to reply at length to your comment.

      Thanks again for stopping by and I respectfully hope that my thoughts and those of the others who have posted here will go some way to helping you view Walter Green and his team in a very different light.

      Best wishes,


  • This popped up on my facebook today and I also took a break to watch and then googled and found your site – still seven placed left and it is the 15 January 2015. Scam deluxe.

    • Hi Jacqui,

      Yes, it’s appearing everywhere unfortunately.

      No surprises that those 7 places still remain but delighted to hear that you saw through the smoke!

      Best wishes,


  • Hi Marcus,I just watched the Free Money System by Walter Green and of course I got suckered into signing up.But I did not invest any money yet.The only thing now is I get constant phone calls which I am ignoring after I looked up the free money system to see if it was a scam.So now they are trying to reach me to get me to invest so they can profit off me.Now I wish I could stop this flood of Phone calls. Thanks for the warning!


    • Hi Terry,

      Glad to hear that you managed to avoid spending any money on Walter Green’s Free Money System.

      Unfortunately you will get calls now that they have your phone number and the chances are they will continue to hassle you until they get money from you. My best advice here would be to speak with your provider and report it as a nuisance call. This is likely to be the only way you can actually block them completely.

      Best wishes and well done for pulling the plug at exactly the right time :-)


  • Unfortunately I have been one of the vulnerable people,(I have a mental illness), to be scammed by Walter Green and I was initially willing to risk $250 to test their claims, but two days later when an advisor Jack Cruz rang me, before I knew it, my creditcard was maxed out and I was in huge debt over $10,000. In addition, the company withdrew some money from my creditcard which I did not even approve. I still don’t understand fully how their bonus scheme works and how much money in full is involved? I have reported to my bank and the authorities and am presently waiting to hear back from everyone. Stay away from Walter Green,, Binary Option trading and Jack Cruz. The website claims they have 80% success in minutes yet in one day Jack Cruz lost 50% of my money and had previously pressured me into signing an e-contract which forced me to trade again despite my protests. I thought I had no choice. On the second day of trading another 50% was lost and I realised I had been scammed for sure. I then started my complaints process and this is still taking place right now. Stay clear of this now obvious,(too late for me), scam!

    • Hi Michelle,

      I am so sorry to hear about your experiences with Walter Green, the Free Money System and any other way that he has disguised his very obvious scams.

      It’s sickening to think that the team behind this program see it as “just ok” to go wrecking people’s lives by very quickly taking their money.

      Hopefully your bank are able to reverse any damage that they have done.

      I wish you well for now and thanks for stopping by!


  • wow! i linked to walter green’s free money system video from HUFF POST LIVE of all places. after just reading about a comedian making fun of whole foods, i literally thought this video was a joke and watched the entire video – i thought i was poking fun at a whole bunch of things – money making scams and get rich quick schemes, a materialistic culture which makes everyone believe they can be millionaires, financial and legal systems tailored to benefit the uber wealthy, and elitism and rampant not-good-enoughness that supports it in general. my heart is saddened to find out this is a real pitch to the downtrodden. thanks for your due diligence.

    • Hi Amanda,

      Yes, incredible isn’t it?

      Unfortunately this disgraceful way of tricking people out of their money is as common as it ever has been. Sadly there are also people out there who make money (as affiliates) by promoting this program on their websites and earning a commission for anyone who signs up. 9/10 they know absolutely nothing about the product…they just see the $$’s.

      This, unfortunately, is probably how you found out about it from Huff Post…an affiliate is paying to place his/her link to it on a high traffic website because people will feel it’s a genuine opportunity.

      Well done for seeing through the haze, Amanda, and thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts!

      Best wishes,


  • Hi

    Is this is real?, cause I am about to create a new account and ready to invest money in this system but I was thinking of checking first if this system is a scam or not. And I came across this and read your guys comment especially you Marcus, I just want to make sure if this is true or not cause the broker will call me back this week and I will tell them my new account and ready to join in. Because the first call after signing in I told them I don’t have an account or money cause he asked about my visa card or any card , but I told him there is nothing. So please help me through this

    • Hi Henry,

      Personally I don’t think it is and as you can see from above, my visitors don’t either.

      I think it’s actually a good thing that you don’t have an account as they will require and even insist that you invest a min of $250 to get started. Without an account they cannot hassle you for that or any future amounts.

      I hope this helps to put everything into perspective for you, Henry.

      Best wishes,

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Marcus you saved me time and my brother. They are still 7 spaces left though. This old scum arse need to be reported to International criminal court because he is getting us Africans as well. This is a daylight robbery. Godbless you man. Happy New Year. l will you many years on earth.

    • You are very welcome, Greenforce.

      Really pleased I helped you to avoid falling for the ‘7 spaces’ trick and ultimately losing a lot of money to the Free Money System.

      Happy New Year to you too my friend, and I wish you every success in 2015.

      Best wishes,


  • Hiya, clicked on the link to watch the latest scam, as of 22nd of December STILL 7 spaces left for you to become a millionaire…… like seriously? Think id rather go into the casino and place all on black and cross everything!! (not that i would but you know what im saying)

    • Hi Kerianne,

      Absolutely know what you are saying!

      It’s still rolling with the 7 spaces, which is crazy, but then the majority of people who see it will think they’ve struck gold. That’s what I am trying to stop…hopefully it’s working!

      Best wishes,


  • you know this binary options is just a scam , but in this WALTER GREEN MOVIE CLIP HE SAYS , JUST BEFORE HE SAY’S GOORHOOS FLASH THEM IN THE TOYLET , HE DID MANTION BINARY OPTIONS AND SOME OTHER NAMES , that they just steal your money and makes him up set,
    you know when the binary called me i told her ,
    this walter green is American , why call me from UK ? and ask for my visa account , when WALTER GREEN USES PAYPAL FOR YOU , this is a scam from binary not walter green , by now walter green is does not work anymore,
    what tha F— should he waist MORE TIME on us , lol hahaha we need to find he’s brokers and help us homie.

    • Hi Kevin,

      Interesting view on the whole angle of this product and I hear what you are saying. The fact remains that Walter Green is packaging this up as something incredible, yet in reality it is far from that. It is an attempt to mislead people who visit the site so that they sign up for expensive services that pay huge commissions to Walter Green and his team.

      Very sad to think that someone actually thinks it’s ok to rip people off in this way.

      Thanks for stopping by, Kevin. I appreciate it.

      Best wishes,


  • Just watched the video appear on my pc and thought i would give it a little of my time watching a con man at work and sadly try to exploit vulnerable people and make their lives a misery whilst lining his own pockets. He must have some money as some people will sadly fall for it.
    What made me laugh was the bad acting like watching an old soap from the 1970’s such as that Australian one ‘prisoner cell block H’ that was showing on UK channels ! As of today 13th DEC 2014 their are 7 spaces for some lucky people as Mr Con man Lying B###### claims but now says he is to retire so join now and your deposit and money will be in the hands of the ‘Dream Team’. Nope think I will continue to just work my arse off and provide for my family. Like my mam always told me ‘if its too good to be true ….it often is’. Lets hope karma gets Walter and his cronies !!Good to see your article and can only hope people search the net before being sucked in !!

    • Hi AJG,

      Yes, it’s shocking in every possible way. Sadly people do get sucked into this out of desperation more than anything, but thankfully many do check the Internet for reviews before taking the plunge.

      Best wishes,


  • I almost fell for it.. I put in my email and phone number and then the next page, it asked for $250 then I stopped and think..this isn’t true..So I searched for this Free money’s legitimacy and I got your page fist and then I told myself, see..its a scam… lol.. thnks for the review!

    • Hi Mike,

      This proves how easy it is to fall into the Free Money System trap.

      In addition to asking for money they also set a countdown clock in an attempt to force people to take action on the spot. Of course, many will back away at this point but those who somehow find the money will then be pressured into parting with more and more cash until they are bled dry.

      Delighted to hear that you saw fit to search for reviews, Mike, and very pleased that you found your way here.

      All the best,


  • Hi Marcus,
    I am grateful to you for helping people to admit to themselves a scam. it is so easy to fall prey to people like Walter out of a want of something better. I received the link, of being a lucky 7, I knew it was too good to be true, but even I paused briefly in that wishful moment of ‘I’ve just won the lottery.’ We live in a capitalist system; I’m not quite a bottom feeder but as a gardner, I’ll never make much, and I’m okay with that, though it would be nice if it was a bit easier financially. Walter gives people a false hope, really rubbish of him and his cronies. I don’t know how they sleep at night. I might be poor but at least I know I am not ripping people off. Thanks for helping people to learn.
    Best wishes. SK

    • Hi Sarah,

      I’m really pleased to hear that my review helped to confirm your suspicions about the Free Money System. I absolutely agree that it’s intentionally giving people false hope and intentionally deceiving them.

      I was actually just in the process of replying to an email from someone who had recently fallen for this program and they suggested to me that deception of this level amounts to fraud. They quoted the following definition:

      Fraud – wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

      I find it very difficult to argue otherwise.

      Best wishes to you, Sarah…


  • Hi Marcus,
    Yep this ‘Green Machine’is still offering “only 7 spots” on the 8th December 2014. Wow he must have lots of 7’s available !!


    • Crazy indeed, Michael!

      I just wish that every person who visits that website has the presence of mind to check for reviews of Free Money System before falling for it. Sadly they don’t, and I completely understand why, but I am at least able to help those who do.

      Thanks for stopping by, Michael, and all the best to you.


  • Wow , so you watched it on August 11, 2014 And clearly says 7 seven spots open and still is on going clearly a scam bro i knew it f****** d******* sounded too good to be true. Stupid las vegas m****** and i bet he doesnt even have $48 million and 10 mansion in each country lol …. Good thing i nvr got sucked in

    * Edit by Marcus to remove swearing.

    • Hey Tyrone,

      Yep, and it still says the same today. Absolutely too good to be true, I totally agree that he most certainly doesn’t have that amount of money, and I’m delighted to hear that you never fell for this program!

      Best wishes to you, Tyrone.


  • I watched the Free Money System Video and thought it was over the top… especially when they had that woman (that you claim is an actress) come into his office and start making hundreds in a matter of seconds after registering her account (which was already overdrawn)… and then she “skype’s” with him 3 months later and is a millionaire… now that’s not only over the top, isn’t that illegal? If this truly is all lies, can’t this be shut down by the FTC, Attorney General or whoever?
    Also, it’s nice to see that you’re the very first link when I searched “is Free Money System legit” on google… I typed something similar on Bing and was directed to a lot of patsy links claiming to review the product and then trying to get me to sign up… of course this in itself doesn’t make sense cause Mr. Green claimed there were only 7 spots left on the video… surely they would have been taken by now, why would you need to advertise it? ;)

    but I would really like to know your opinion as to why this video and Mr. Green himself, and his operation, has not been shut down after all the outrageous lies he spews on the video…?

    • Hi Daryl,

      You are absolutely right to question why websites like ‘Free Money System’ are legally allowed to continue when the lies are so blatant, but to the best of my knowledge there is no way to do this unless the likes of the FTC get numerous complaints.

      But even that alone won’t always help…

      The people behind this product also have a number of similar products (most I have reviewed) and they even look pretty much identical. So my thoughts are, once people like myself start exposing the reality of one of their poor/scam products, they simply re-invent the product under another name.

      Fortunately I know where these products “surface” so I can pretty much get a review out around the time of its release. I also have a few ‘good guy’ website buddies who do as I do, so collectively I think we can at least warn those who check for a review first.


      I will always give an honest overview of ANY product and not just slam it because it’s linked to product that is known to be poor. If it’s good I will let you know, if it isn’t I will make damn sure that you know!

      Really appreciate your thoughts, Daryl, and the best of luck with your future online ventures.


  • From the get-go it was clear for me that this guy’s video was a scam, as usual: no desciprtion of what you will be doing, only 7 places available, and of course the traditional customer reviews saying that they drive fancy cars, etc.

    He even said that he is offering this opportunity because… well… he is a generous guy. LOL

    It’s sad because some people will fall for it, although it ”should” be obvious that this is SCAM 101.

    Thanks Marcus for taking the time to write an article about him and for everything else you are doing, you’ve explained it very well – I hope this will enlighten some people on the danger of online scams!

    • You are very welcome, Sam!

      Yeah, scam written ALL over it from every possible angle, but sadly people do get sucked in.

      Only a few minutes ago I was just checking my email from the ‘Free Money System Team’ and it would appear that with Black Friday upon us they are really going to town on their subscribers/customers. So many emails…all trying to extract money in some way…and this is another BIG danger with products like this – if they don’t get you one way they will get you another.

      I’m just pleased that I am in a position to help prevent some folks losing what can potentially be a lot of money.

      Thanks for taking the time Sam…I really appreciate it.


  • If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If you could invest $250 and gain $1,000,000 in three months even Bill Gates and Warren Buffet would be subscribed. No, it sounds rediculous and so I can’t see it being a truthful system. By all means try binary trading but as per the old stock market rule, only invest what you are prepared to lose.

    • Hi Kingsley,

      Totally agree.

      As I have mentioned previously, despite these absolutely ridiculous claims people who are in need of a financial break are more likely to fall for the Free Money System and give this program a try. I know because I get many emails each week from people who realize the program doesn’t produce the claimed results (nowhere near).

      I also 100% agree with your comments regarding trading online…never invest more than you can afford.

      Thanks for stopping by, Kingsley, your input is appreciated!


  • This is really funny, as I am an international stock trader, one day I was reading Wall Street Journal and that stupid Green pops up with his website and video, and it automatically play the drama by its own, in the beginning I was guessing what stupid trap this guy setting up for fools? Finally I heard he said System, everything is clear, he is selling systems to uneducated people and promising them it will make them money! Yay, a Financial trap at all, and he can only earn money from people who subscribed…that is really suck…. Remember when someone telling you I can make you millionaire, do not trust it, because Bill Gate will not telling you this! LOL!

    • Hey Tho,

      You pretty much have it in a nutshell!

      I will just add that he is not necessarily targeting uneducated people…he is targeting people who are in desperate need of a financial break. When people have that kind of mindset they are much more likely to take a chance – even if there are alarm bells ringing.

      Your message is 100% correct though…don’t trust anyone who tells you they can make you a millionaire – especially if they suggest you can do it for free!

      All the best to you,


      • My name is Mustafa and I had just watched the video, and also filled in the form but when it came to filling in my credit card details and paying 250 dollars I had second thoughts then I ignored everything, but after a while I got a call from Canada and they wanted me to pay as soon as possible, but I told them that they should call me back next week cause I only have £200 to pay for my bills and that’s the truth, I was going to borrow money from a friend but now I decided not to go ahead with it after reading about it.. So I wanna say thank you so much for saving me from the scum GOD BLESS YOU.

        • Hi Mustafa,

          Phew…that is great news!

          If you take a look at more recent comments here you will see exactly what happens once they start pressurizing you into paying. I am so glad that you decided to research the product, found my review and avoided losing your money.

          Best wishes,


  • hello i have been trying to register long time now i seek a lot of help but none of them work tell me why what to do thank you

    • Hi Robert,

      If you are having trouble registering or getting help from The Free Money System then on the back of my review I suggest that you avoid the program. It will not make you money as suggested, but it will do all it can to remove what cash you have in your pockets. Sorry I can’t be any more positive but it is the truth unfortunately.

      All the best…


    • That’s the way these programs roll, Wanda.

      If you enter your email address on the Free Money System website you will receive a constant flow of emails telling you that you have earned commissions or have payments pending. These are all designed to get you to login to your account and start making THEM money by signing up for the suggested programs.

      Please avoid these at all costs because you will be losing money…not making money.

      Best wishes,