Millionaire Society Scam: Be Careful, It’s a Scam

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millionairesocietyProduct: Millionaire Society

Creator: Mack Michael

Millionaire Society is yet another product that claims to transform the average broke person into an internet millionaire over the course of a few days.

Today we will review Millionaire Society and I will let you know if it is worth your time.

Please take a few minutes to read this review and let me know what you think about it in the comment section below.

You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.

What Is It?

Millionaire Society is a Clickbank product that was launched back in 2010 and it has not been updated since.

It is supposed to provide you with a simple website template that you can use to promote Clickbank products as an affiliate.

This is definitely not a secret business model, these types of websites have been around for years, and marketers use them all the time.

The Price: 

  • $4.95 for a 7 day trial.
  • $90/month to continue with the program, automatically billed.

(When the trial expires, Clickbank automatically begins to charge your credit card $90 a month, unless the membership is canceled)

A lot of people don’t know about the per month fee and forget to cancel their trial account, only to be slapped with a $90 bill every month. 

One upside is that these products are hosted on Clickbank, and Clickbank always refunds purchases within 60 days.

So, it’s a rather expensive product, and we know these cookie-cutter website templates are not ideal for online business.

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What I Didn’t Like: Let’s Count The Red Flags

I immediately noticed a few red-flags, let’s see if we can  count all of them…

1. Too much hype. Nobody will become a millionaire.

Like similar scams, Millionaire Society is designed to convince people that they can become millionaires with these simple website templates.

The sales video is full of unverifiable income statements and other generic hype that is used in plenty of other cheap scams, like promises of a fully automated online business.

I also didn’t like how the sales video contradicts itself on several occasions, saying that you won’t be told any lies, and claims that other internet marketers use hired actors and rented cars to shoot their videos (which is true).

Then it goes on to say that you can use this system to make $700 a day for the rest of your life and it will only take 15 minutes.

2. Once inside, the training is very basic. 

Once you gain access to the member’s area, the video training is too basic, and a lot of the marketing tactics are outdated.

For instance, one of the “Secret” sources of traffic that this product recommends is Adf.ly, a company that sells clicks.

I actually tried this company in the past and I know that the traffic quality is shockingly low and it won’t convert.

The reason for this is because when you click on a adf.ly link, an advertisement pops up (a publisher on their website) and most of the time, these advertisements are completely unrelated to what you were originally interested in.

You have to wait for 5 seconds until you are redirected to the page that you were originally trying to access.

In other words, nobody really looks at the advertisements, they only want to get to the next page; it’s very cheap and low quality traffic.

So, it’s clear that Millionaire Society won’t provide members with valuable training material.

3. The “Done for You Business” is just a bunch of PLR eBooks. 

I don’t recommend PLR products because they’re almost always junk and require hours of editing to polish up, that’s time that could be spent on creating a unique and high quality product.

The “Done for You Business” is a collection of a few tools, like website templates, PLR eBooks, and a simple social media marketing plan.

I wouldn’t want to pay $90 a month for such a simple package!

The idea is to make it easy for you to set up a automated website, without having to focus on creating a product or anything original, and then blast traffic at the website and wait for some sales.

This is the entire business model.

Simple sales page websites do convert, but there are a lot of different factors that affect the conversion rate, such as the sales page copy, the traffic, the person who created the product, and the product itself.

Unfortunately, the website that is given to you is no-where near what you need to create a profitable online business.

You will simply be throwing money down the drain with this sales page because it won’t convert.

You would be much better off using their template design to promote your own product.

You should also know that these small websites require daily marketing in order to grow; this is because there’s no organic traffic, it’s too small, it’s impossible to target keywords.

You are told to share the links on social media. But that’s not exactly an automated system now is it.

4. The Facebook page has not been updated in 3 years and it’s full of spam. 

The Facebook page is completely dead, the last post was in 2012 and each post is full of spam. It doesn’t take much to update a Facebook page every once in awhile.

What happened? Last update 3 years ago?
What happened? Last update 3 years ago?

It’s clear Mack Micheal was only interested in making a fast product, he was not interested in sticking around and making a real, useful, online business training course.

4. You receive an email to a link with training videos, but the link is expired. 

I noticed that I received a email from Millionaire Society and in the email there is a link to some free training videos, curious, I clicked the link, and I landed on an expired domain.

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Expired domains, outdated training and a dead Facebook page?

This product is really a mess!

What I Liked:

Well, honestly, very little.

I think the only thing I liked was how simple the sales page was and I figured it wouldn’t be difficult to replicate.

I also took a look around the website and I noticed that there is a section where affiliates can sign-up to promote the product.

I thought this was interesting because if you make it easy for people to become affiliates for your product you will make more cash in the long run.

Collecting affiliates to promote your products for you one of the best ways to automate an online business.

So that’s one little tip that you can get from this product, other than that, it’s really not worth the price.

Final Word:

Millionaire Society is a scam, it’s too expensive, and the training material is horrible, not to mention outdated.

I suggest that you stay away from this program, and if you signed-up recently, try to get a refund, there’s really no point in paying $90 a month for such a product.

If you’re interested in following in my footsteps and learning how I created a successful online business, then check out the program I recommend here and let me take you through the steps.

I am a member of a really cool online business training program, it’s cheap, and the training has been a lifesaver for me.

Thanks for reading this review; if you ever come across a scam or a sketchy product, send me the link, and I’ll take a look at it for you.

I would also love to hear what you think about Millionaire Society in the comment section below. 

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