Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam? – My Personal Review

Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam? - my personal review

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That’s a pretty big catchy statement, isn’t it?

“Watch The Video Above, Then Start Making Money In 06min  04sec”

Hi, I am Richard and welcome to my review “Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam.

I want you to know that I am not associated with Copy The Millionaire in any way.

If you are looking for an honest opinion on this training program then you’ve come to the right place.

Congrats by the way for taking the time to research the product before purchasing it.

This is a great step in preventing yourself from getting burned by the many scams while you search for a legit program to make money online.

You can read my article on “How To Know A Scam” here, this will help you spot those nasty scams out there. Book mark it so it’s handy for when you need it.

So, in this review, I will go over what to expect from “Copy The Millionaire” and the chances of you making money with it.

How does that sound? Pretty good, ok let’s get started and reveal the truth about this product.

 

Copy The Millionaire

Owner: Not available

When you first watch their video it clearly comes across as a “Get Rich Quick Scheme” especially if you compare it to my article “How To Know A Scam“.

Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam? - my personal review - startThe main trigger point is:

  1. the high income they claim you can make
  2. the number being so precise at $3245 a day

Think about it for a second, no one can claim you can make that amount precisely and be able to do it in ONE DAY.

These are very old tactics that were used years ago but they seem to still work on many.

Their sales videos are claiming:

  • No skills required
  • No previous experience required
  • Don’t need your own product
  • We supply all the tools
  • We supply a mentor to help you
  • This is foolproof
  • It’s also automatic
  • Potential to make thousands
  • Others have made thousands in a short time

The sad thing is, anyone can make outrageous claims and get away with it these days.

The training is where it’s all at, so what do ya say we go inside and check out the training – let’s just see what they really have to offer here.

 

The Training

Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam? - training

Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam? – training

When you sign up for this training the words or name of the program is no longer mentioned anywhere. All you are faced with are two other training programs that have nothing to do with the “Copy The Millionaire” original name.

The landing pages are sales funnels to 2 other training programs:

  • Aspire – Digital Altitude by Michael Force
  • 6 Figure Business System by Jeff Lerner

Both of these products are multi-level-marketing (MLM) products so if you were not interested in MLM then you would be very disappointed if you signed up to “Copy The Millionaire.”

This is clearly false advertising. One of the programs that are offered got shut down by the FTC and is no longer available.

Again this is another huge red flag and…

… on top of that, they don’t even update their landing page to take it out – yet another red flag.

So the idea of this guy is that he creates his own product image and when you sign up to it you are taken to a landing page where you are offered other products to buy. He is clearly misleading you using his ad to direct you to MLM programs.

Both of the programs he is offering on his landing page, keep in mind they are not his, are high ticket items of MLM.

The Aspire Offer:

It costs $37 per month and provides training on digital marketing but don’t mention building your site. All they talk about is how you can sell their Digital Altitude Membership packages(levels).

And before you can sell their membership packages you have to purchase ALL THEIR levels at somewhere around $55,000 bucks.

That my friend is outrageous if you ask me.

So you pay to be a part of a system to sell products from them and get a commission per sale. This is a pyramid scheme which is why they got shut down.

Hey, check out the press release by FTC here.

The 6 Figure Business System Offer:

It turns out this one works pretty much the same way as Aspire, that is you spend the $49 upfront for the initial set-up costs which include a 7-day training.

The training has the coaching and already done for you sales copy to use.

To make money you have to sell Jeff Lerner’s products and or program for him making it a pyramid scheme as well.

It turns out that he will also help you to close sales which makes sense because you both will get a commission from the sale.

 

Points You Should Know

So does this sound like something you would want to get involved in?

Before you answer that question…

… let’s look at a few more facts first.

  • There is nothing wrong with spending a little money to get quality training but getting involved with a pyramid you suffer dearly if they go out of business. All your eggs are in the one basket so to speak and this is not the way to carry out an affiliate business of your own.

The concept of any training is so you learn and then apply it yourself with your coach’s support.

  • There is a lot of business in operation that is a pyramid scheme yet continue to get away with it. Just because they have a loophole to get around the rules, it doesn’t make it any better to get involved with them.
  • Trust me I had my share of working with MLM’s and yes they all make it sound so good but in the end, you don’t make any money, they do.

If you didn’t hear that, let me repeat it for you…

The pyramid schemes companies make the money – NOT YOU

I am here to tell you that making money with affiliate marketing is a real thing – don’t get discouraged by the many dishonest people out there. But keep in mind, there is no quick way to get rich. It takes some work but it doesn’t happen until months, even a year later.

To be clear here, the money never just piles into your account, it starts gradually and then climbs faster each month but only if you put the efforts into your business.

The majority of the people that fall for these schemes don’t make any money. Aspire for example took millions of dollars from people with no remorse for their loss and even knew the customers would not make any money with it.

About 30% of those that joined the program are still working it, they only make around $100 a month. This is pretty much true with the majority of MLM’s.

In my opinion, no one makes even near the money they promise you will make, but then again that is the majority of the programs out there.

Copy The Millionaire Community

No community…

Website Platform & Hosting

They do not provide any Platform or Hosting services for you to operate your business. This part comes out of your own pocket.

Research Tools

No research tools mentioned.

Who Can Benefit From Copy The Millionaire

Some training programs may not be so good but it just amazes me how someone can sell a product that they know is fake.

Sorry but NO ONE can benefit from this training program in my opinion.

If you sign up for this you are throwing your money away.

 

Conclusion

Now for my conclusion on my “Is Copy The Millionaire A Scam” review.

Here are a few points I personally don’t like about this training program:

  1. The owner is unknown, I could not find out who the owner of this fake training package was which raises a huge red flag.
  2. The programs are an MLM program and are always iffy, to begin with.
  3. You are forced to buy all their programs.
  4. The training is not what it is advertised to be, programs were hidden from you.
  5. You have to pay extra to make any money, even after you bought into the system.
  6. Very very low success rate.
  7. They lied about the automatic system, there is no automatic system where you sit back and real in the dough.

I don’t know about you but I don’t trust anyone that puts false claims on their advertising. If they are dishonest upfront with you then what do you expect to find inside their program? That’s right dishonesty.

These are very dishonest people just like so many of the fake make quick money programs out there.

For the above reasons, I DO NOT RecommendCopy The Millionaire” training program or any of the underlying programs that were hidden from you.

It is full of red flags.

If you’re looking for a legit training program to getting started online then read my #1 recommendation review and you will quickly see the difference in high quality and successful online training programs should look like.

 

 

There are plenty of articles on my website that can be very informative while learning online marketing. Be sure to check some of them out.

I would love to know if you found my review helpful and informative, please leave your questions and comments in the comments section below and I will be glad to answer them for you.

Have a great day

Rick

Copy The Millionaire

$37
0.2

Product

0.1/10

Support

0.3/10

Overall Quality

0.2/10

Pros

  • Don't take long to know it's a scam
  • Very short training

Cons

  • Owner Unknown
  • False Claims everywhere
  • Training not what is advertised

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