Today I’m going to do a Millionaire Society review, so why not come along and see whether it is a scam or legit…
Product Name: Millionaire Society
Overall Ranking: AWFUL!
Price: $4.95 trial, then $97 per month
Take a look at this video review:
There are two problems with that:
- He only got a few sales. He’s certainly far from being an millionaire.
- We don’t know for sure that he earned that money from using the techniques taught in Millionaire Society.
Anyway, on with my review…
What their Website Claims
Well, when you first visit their website, you will be greeted with a dramatic headline:
$720 per day? That’s rather a lot isn’t it? And you’re downloading his business? Who would sell their whole business for less than it earns them?
Anyway, below that headline is a video which is 11 minutes long. I watched all of it so you don’t have to bother. I also took some screenshots of some of the text that appeared in the video.
What he was saying at this point is that you’ll get these “plug and play” type websites where it’s all done for you.
But wait, it get’s better!…
So what he’s saying here is that each of these “already made for you” websites can earn you $30 per hour, but you get 135 of them, so you can earn over £3,000 per hour if you set them all up. It all seems a bit far-fetched to me. Readers and search engines like well-written genuine content, not just some copied website that you set up in 15 minutes.
The problem I have with this sales page and video is that it is full of contradictions. It is called the Millionaire Society, which suggests that you will become a millionaire through it. There are also lots of references to earning lots of money. However, there are multiple instances where he contradicts this. For example, at one point he says that he doesn’t earn all his money from this system. Wait, I thought we would be downloading his actual business? If this isn’t everything that made him a millionaire, how come paying for this means I’ll be joining the “millionaire society”?
Anyway, the website then has a space below the video to enter your email address if you want to go any further:
So I entered my email address and I got taken to the payment page. This is where you have to pay $4.95 to take it for a 7 day test drive, after which it is $97 per month, which seems like a lot to me.
I’m not going to bother paying. Instead, I am going to intelligently try to figure out whether I think this is a scam…
How to Tell if Something is a Scam
Look, I’ve trying to make money online long enough to be able to spot a scam when I see one. The cold hard truth is: the majority of “make money online” products are scams. When you’ve seen as many of them as I have you get to know the telltale signs to look out for.
So why not come with me while I take this “Millionaire Society” to pieces and see whether or not it is a scam…
What factors would indicate that it is genuine?
- Does it sound realistic? – No, it sounds totally unrealistic to become a millionaire by setting up 135 pre-created websites.
- Does he admit that it will take work? – No, he says it takes just a few minutes to set up each website, after which they earn you money on autpilot.
- Does he sound genuine? – Not really. Although it doesn’t sound so obviously fake as some sales videos I have seen, I get the feeling it’s not 100% genuine.
- Can you take a look inside? – No. You don’t get to see inside the product in any way.
- Is there a free trial? – No, but there is a reduced rate trial for the first 7 days, and there is a 60-day money back guarantee.
Genuineness score: 20%
What factors would indicate that it is a scam?
- Does it sound too good to be true? – Yes. The whole things sounds like a total fantasy. I don’t honestly believe it’s that easy to earn that much money with so little effort.
- Does he promise you will get rich quickly? – Well, he doesn’t actually promise this, but he does heavily imply it’s what will happen.
- Is he secretive about how the money is made? – Sort of. Well, he says that it involves setting up a bunch of pre-created websites, but he doesn’t say what niches those websites are in, how they are created, or what products they sell.
- Does he claim it’s never been seen before? – Yes, because he says it is a system that he invented.
- Is the video recorded by an actor? – I’m not sure.
- Does he say it doesn’t involve work? – Yes, he says it only takes 15 minutes to set up each website, after which they earn money for you on autopilot.
Fakeness score: 80%
What are other people saying?
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Is Millionaire Society a Scam?
So, as you saw above, I took a look at the various signs that could indicate that it is genuine, and then came up with a score based on those factors. Then I looked at all the signs that could indicate that it is a scam, and came up with a score based on that. Then I created an average of these two scores, to give an average between the two. Finally, I took into consideration the fact that other people are saying it’s a scam, and came up with an overall rating of how likely I think it is to be a scam.
90% chance of being a scam
Is There an Alternative?
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I hope you found my Millionaire Society review helpful. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below,
Wishing you great success,