Welcome to my review on What Is Millionaire Society About? You want to know if you can make money with just a single click right?
Well, I wanted to know those same answers so I jumped in with two feet to find out for both of us.
First, I want you to know that I am not associated with the Millionaire Society in any way. If you are looking for an honest opinion on this training program then keep reading as I reveal the truth about this program.
Congrats by the way for taking the time to research the product before purchasing it.
This is a great step in avoiding scams while searching for a legit program to make money online.
You can read my article on “How To Know A Scam“, this will help in spotting most of the scams.
So, in this review, I will go over what to expect from Millionaire Society and the chances of you making money with it.
OK, let’s get started…
Millionaire Society Program
Owner: Mack Michaels (not proven to be a real person)
Product: Make money online training
Cost: $97 per month
Millionaire Society is a training program that was created by Mack Michaels to show how to create an automated online affiliate business in as little as 15 minutes. If you follow the training guidelines laid out for you you can expect to earn up to $162,800 a year.
They also claim that the reason why many people are not making money online is that the training provided by others is not practical. The author states that the tips provided have been tested and proven to work and with the money you make from the program you will live the lavish lifestyle you want.
What Is Millionaire Society Really about?
Ok, we heard from the creator of the program, now lets dive in and see what it’s really about shall we.
First, I noticed that the program does not have any facial pictures or diagrams of any kind. The ad is just a bunch of words that are not backed up by a real person. This raises a red flag for me because if it was that good there would be people involved not just a bunch of pumped-up hype.
Before we go any further…
Let’s Find Out Who Mack Michaels Is
After some heavy research, it turns out that others are trying to find out who this guy is as well. Mmmm, yes another red flag my friends and to make matters worse I could not find anything about this guy.
The truth is that Mack Michaels does not exist and therefore the real creator is hiding behind a fake name they created just for this program. This is a huge flag because he does not want his real name to be associated with this program.
And the only reason people hid from what they create is that it’s not a good product and doesn’t want their name to be tarnished.
Well, for me that was 3 red flags that told me this program is not worth venturing into, however…
… let’s see what else we can find out.
Going Inside of Millionaire Society
Well, not surprising, the millionaire Society uses the same concept as a lot of the cheap and fake training programs use. It’s just a copy and past training where you just copy their material and paste it into your webpage.
It’s a very basic way of teaching someone about affiliate marketing without a lot of writing content.
Millionaire Society Training
So you pay the $97 to gain the training which is supposed to get you to start making money with a click. Of course, we all know very well that nothing happens in just a single click.
Inside you will find several training modules:
Module 1: How to get 100,000 Visitors In An Hour.
This one seems to be a little far-fetched to me because to get 100,000 visitors in an hour you would have to pay out a lot of advertising money that only the big guys would have.
Which it turns out they use a company called Adf.ly to get you the clicks by selling you the clicks. This is similar to Facebook’s clicks but at a cheaper cost.
These clicks are more like not picking a targeting audience on Facebook and it just goes out to anyone.
The difference with this click from Adf.ly is that your ad is displayed in front of the viewers and they have to view the ad for at least 3 seconds just like watching YouTube Channel today.
This of course is considered to be a low-valued click or traffic and not worth even bring to your webpage.
Module 2: Making Money On ClickBank
This module is not very long. It just goes into how to set up your account with ClickBank and takes you through the process of picking a product to promote and how to create your hoplink.
It’s still up to you what products you will pick to promote but keep in mind ClickBank has a lot of, well let’s just say not the kind of products you wish to associate your name to.
They also go into tracking software using Keyword Spy. I never user used Keyword Spy myself because it’s too expensive at $90. I prefer ClickMagic which is a very powerful tracking software and is very reliable. There is also Google Analytics available which is also free to use.
Module 3: Profits From Pinterest
Social media is no doubt a great way to get free traffic to your site. A lot of business owners rely on Pinterest to share their names around to get known. It’s kinda like passing out your business card. It’s also considered to be a good quality source of social media traffic.
Now for the Done For You part of the training as advertised
He talked about the 4 step formula that is going to make you money and here it is…
– He says to download his DFY templates( these are the landing pages and emails already done for you)
– Then make some changes to the templates so they are not the same as everyone else ( don’t want duplicates running around out there)
– Now is time to add your PayPal account to collect all that money
– upload the pages to your website
And my friends that is it for this business module.
This is a pathetic excuse for a training program to make money online. There is no difference between this and someone that doesn’t give you anything.
There is no quality information inside of this training that you can use. All the information is just basic.
And to make matters worse if you did copy the material more and likely there would be thousands like it out there making your product look bad in Google’s eyes.
Website Platform and Hosting
They do not offer any Hosting services so you will have to purchase this service elsewhere if you do decide to go with this program. I DO NOT ADVISE IT though.
And of course, there is no training on setting up your website, landing page or email lists so you will also need to find training on that.
Here we go again with the fake Testimonials. It is very common to see these fake testimonials in poor-quality training programs. However, they do say at the bottom that their testimonials are indeed fake so … make sure you read all the material on an ad for your protection.
Millionaire Society Disclaimer
You may not believe this but if you read their disclaimer it says right in it that there is little to no chance of you making money on their program. Well, there you have it, folks.
Who Can Benefit From Millionaire Society
I think it’s pretty Bulletproof to say that this training program was not designed for anyone to make a profit.
You would not even gain very much knowledge from this training either.
How I Make A Living Online
What Is Millionaire Society About?
Well, the training is there albeit very basic, outdated and pretty useless on its own. The copy and paste are the only part of the program that has anything going for it and even that is a joke. Any serious person interested in making money online would stay away.
For those reasons alone I would say that Millionaire Society is not a scam however I would not recommend it to anyone because the chances of you making money with it are next to nill.
- Very Basic Training
- Copy and paste is not the best solution for making money online
- No platform or hosting support or training
- Very expensive for what you get
- Exaggerated money claims
- Fake Testimonials
- The disclaimer says you have little chance to make money with it
- There is none that I could find
The program is lacking so much training material that you will have to go find the training elsewhere on how to build your website, WordPress, autoresponder, tracking software to name but a few of the things required to make this program work.
So, one would have to ask themself, “why even bother with this one?”.
If you’re interested in learning how I make a living online click here.
This is the program that worked very well for me and you can even try it out for FREE yourself.
4 thoughts on “What is Millionaire Society About? – Scam or what?”
As soon as I landed on the page and saw those claims about downloading an internet business and making money in just 15 minutes I knew that I have to see a review to confirm my suspicion that Millionaire Society is a scam and a get-rich-quick scheme, which is basically the same thing. I’m shocked how many of these schemes are out there. All of them use fake income proof, fake testimonials and give away generic and basic information in return for your money. In any case, thanks for putting my mind to ease, Rick. I’m sure I’ll be passing by this one as well. Keep up the good work!
Yes, it’s just another one of those scams however we always have to prove it just to be sure right. Yeah, these scams seem to be growing like weeds lately. It’s either a lot more assholes are trying to make money by stealing it or that it’s the same asshole that is actually making money by stealing it from those that don’t know any better. Of course, there are those that sit on the fence whether it’s a scam or not which can be very difficult to determine without having to purchase it and give it a spin.
You are very welcome Ivan and thank you for dropping by and leaving a few words for me. I love hearing from my readers, it just makes it so worthwhile.
Cheers my friend
Well, I’ve come to like and trust your reviews, I know they set people straight with pure honesty.
However, I had already made my mind up about Millionaire Society well before I got to your conclusion, LOL.
Firstly, the name “Millionaire Society” is an immediate red flag to me.
Any program or product with a name like this is simply preying on people’s greed.
Once I got into the meat of your review, I just couldn’t stop shaking my head.
There is just so much wrong with this program, it’s hard to believe.
I’m glad that you’ve delved into the ins-and-outs of Millionaire Society, as it allows your readers and followers to see what an absolute waste of money this is.
I totally agree with the many things you’ve said in terms of a fake names, copy and paste content, and how ridiculous it is to expect the amounts of traffic (at the click of a button) that the program claims.
You know as well as me Richard that it is perfectly feasible to get lots and lots of traffic, and makes huge amounts of money online, but none of this can be achieved without putting the hard work in first.
And don’t even get me started on the fake testimonials.
There’s just far too many red flags with Millionaire Society and it is definitely a program I shall be avoiding.
As always though Richard, I appreciate you full, frank, and honest review.
Welcome back Partha I am glad you enjoyed my review on Millionaire Society albeit it’s another scam for sure.
I agree, as soon as you see the name of some of these garbage products you know it’s going to be another one of those.
The problem is, that the beginners are attracted to those words and so I have to do my diligence and write a review about it in order to help steer those folk away from it.
And even then, I know I will only save a fraction of those that will surely find their money lost to the sharks even though there are so many red flags how can you not see through it?
Once again brother thanks for dropping by and leaving your thoughts with us, you know I love hearing from my readers.
I wish you all the best, my friend.