Is Millionaire Mentors Alliance A Platform You Should Join or Avoid?
DON’T BE FOOLED – IT’S NOT THIS EASY!
- Product: Millionaire Mentors Alliance
- Website: millionairementorsalliance.net + other member sites
- Price: $500 – $50,000
- Owner (s): The owners are unknown
- Is Millionaire Mentors Alliance Recommended? No!
- Here’s The Trick
- How Programs Like This Work
- What Is Millionaire Mentors Alliance?
- How Does Millionaire Mentors Alliance Work?
- If This Program Is So Legit, Why the FAKE Reviews?
- Business Model Bound to Fail
- Is It A Scam or Is It Legit?
- Build Your Business the Correct Way
- Bronze Package: $500 + $195 Licensing Fee
If This Program Is So Legit, Why the FAKE Reviews?
I took a look at their results tab on their site and saw some testimonies and success stories from people who are said to have had success with this system.
However, I did some image searches and discovered that these testimonials are invented, which means that the people from the pictures are not members of Millionaire Mentors Alliance.
To clarify, the people behind Millionaire Mentors Alliance have purchased those pictures on stock photography sites like Bigstock and Shutterstock, as you can observe below.
Fake Reviews Used By Millionaire Mentors Alliance
Here is a “review” on Millionaire Mentors Alliance website:
Stock photo used for Esquire Bank
Here’s another “review” on Millionaire Mentors Alliance website:
Why did the owners have to go find stock photos to manufacture another FAKE review?
More Fake Testimonials
The “owners” of this “program” were “quick” to decide to use this photo from iStockPhoto to put up another FAKE testimonial!
The image for this “testimonial” came directly from iStock Photo..
Below is another FAKE review. I guess you get paid BIG money when your photos come from BIGSTOCK
Bought image from Bigstock for FAKE testimonial
Will You Trust Fake Reviews
Meanwhile, how many more of the reviews on Millionaire Mentor Alliance are FAKE? They also have a number of YouTube video testimonials on their website. Are any of these fake Fiverr.com actors, or are they real?
The videos seem to be by real people, however, they could be video testimonials by paid actors. It’s possible that some of these people could have made money with this system and posted a real video testimonial.
Really…How are we to know for sure?
In light of the above, we’ve established that there are fake testimonials on this website, it raises real doubt about the validity of the others!
Business Model Bound to Fail
However, there is a huge problem in the way the system works. The only source of money is the actual members of Millionaire Mentors Alliance.
The point is, you’re not selling any retail products to the general public, nor do you have an option to expand your ‘business’ beyond the company.
Consequently, this is the reason why the Federal Trade Commission shut down two very large organizations, Digital Altitude and M.O.B.E. (My Online Business Education)
The FTC Is No Joke
For example, I wrote a post titled “Is MOBE an MLM Scam? The FTC Said YES and What You Need to Learn From This” in which I said the following:
“Let me say this: The Federal Trade Commission…has determined that an MLM company primarily generating revenue via sales to recruited affiliates is a pyramid scheme.
You can’t be providing a genuine product or service value when nobody outside of your income opportunity is paying for your product and/or service. That’s the core of the problem the FTC has.
This is a similar issue the FTC had with Digital Altitude/Aspire.
“The bottom line is this: An MLM company without significant retail activity is a pyramid scheme.The FTC has done their homework and concluded the retail revenue in MOBE among its own members/participants is quite substantial.
In conclusion, if the majority of company-wide revenue is NOT derived from the sale of products and services to retail customers, then look out: You’re in the crosshairs of the FTC!”
Is It A SCAM or Is It Legit
I have said this on multiple occasions: I don’t care if a make money online product has SOME legitimate value – if it has FAKE testimonials connected with it, then as far as I’m concerned, it’s a SCAM!
In addition, if people were really making money with Millionaires Mentor Alliance, then why on earth do you have to use stock photos from Bigstock, iStockPhoto and Shutterstock and pass them off as REAL members with real success?
Beyond any doubt, that’s deceptive and fradulent.
To sum up, from my point of view and from my opinion, Millionaires Mentor Alliance is a SCAM.
Consequently, if it’s ONLY source of generating revenue is through it’s own members buying their own digital products, and NOT through normal retail activity, then it’s a pyramid scheme!
Build Your Business the Correct Way
I have never met a MLM that I liked. Not one!
Every MLM I’ve ever known depend heavily on recruiting friends, family members and aquaintences. The start up costs are usually ridiculous, and you’re always under pressure to meet deadlines or quotas.
In my opinion, Affiliate Marketing is the best way to make an outstanding income from home every month.
Below are a few reasons prefer this model:
- You get to promote whatever products you want or are related to your niche your site
- It’s possible to start your online business for free
- There is NO RECRUITING of anyone which is a requirement for MLMs
- No direct selling is involved