Ok, people, it is time for another review of a “money on autopilot system” that claims you will get rich in no time, and without you having to do any work at all. What is My Millionaire Mentor? Is it legit or is it just another scam?
To be honest I am really sick and tired of all these fake testimonials and fake products. In this My Millionaire Mentor review, let’s uncover all the secrets behind this kind of scams so we can “shut up” everyone who trying to promote it.
Luxury cars, private jets, and yachts, mansions and bla bla bla.Do you really think you can make $100,000 in one single month? I do, but not with something like this. Let’s break down this “program” and settle all the bullshit behind everyone trying to promote this kind of scam.
Product: My Millionaire Mentor
Owner: Ryan Mathews (probably a fake name)
Price: $49 + additional “upsells”
Who is it for: The “voice” in the promo video claims for everyone who wants to get rich fast and easy (yeah right)
What is My Millionaire Mentor all about?
This program is really just another one of those overly priced hosting programs that claim that you can make about $100,000 in one month, with close to no effort at all from your side.. I wonder how many millionaires these “programs” and the guys behind it have made.
Have you watched the promo video for this program? Oh my God! I have to say that I have seen much worse acting from make money online programs, but this one is on top 5 of the nominees. If you want to see this Hollywood film click here.
$1000-$10,000 guaranteed per day? I guess this would be a good situation to bring up the good ole saying. “If it seems too good to be true, then it most likely is”. This is really so fake and it really should be obvious it is.
Let me show you how everything runs in this scam industry and how you can avoid being another “victim” in the statistic.
Who is this Ryan Mathews?
First of all, this dude Ryan Mathews is nowhere to be found. He is probably some actor or “voice” behind this scam product. He or “they” has most likely created other scams almost identical to this one.
Why would someone want to hide themselves from their own product? Oooh, oooh I know, because it’s a scam! If anyone do not want (or can’t) stand behind their product and has to hide, that my friend should ring the scam alert alarm big time.
There are many people out there using fake names and hire people to claim they make tons of money using some made up system. You can find these “actors” on sites like Fiverr.com for example. On that site and other similar ones you can hire anyone to do some acting for you for $5.
It is really a “mystery” to me how people do this kind of scams without having no shame about it.
How this kind of Scam Works
The process is in reality very simple and the scammers are using the same technique they have used for a long time now.
The (my millionaire mentor) program claims that you will get $500 after watching the video, but what really happens is that you are asked to pay $49 to get access to the program. If you sign up for it and pay the $49 you will almost immediately get asked to pay $89 for “website hosting”.
If you think it is that expensive to host a site you have to do some research, you do not have to pay that much. There are companies that host unlimited sites for about $5 – $7, Hostgator for example.
After you have paid for your millionaire hosting, you will then be directed to your “training area” and here you will learn to promote the exact same scam you just bought.
There is no solid training at all with this program, so what the hell are you paying for??
You will end up like the other “victims” that gave in to this millionaire mentor scam and trying to sell it, even if you know it is a bullshit product. Do not be the next person who try to post positive reviews about some bullshit that DO NOT even work in any way.
How this Fake Character “Ryan Mathews” Makes Money
This is actually a simple process and it is (belive me or not) the exact same way to make A LOT of money online. This is actually how online millionaires are made.
It is called affiliate marketing, and if you are serious about making money online, the best advice I can give you is to try it yourself.
How does it work then?
When you buy this overpriced bullshit product and hosting, this “mr x” makes a commission from every sale. Some of the money go to the hosting company and the rest goes to “mystery man” Ryan Mathews himself.
It might not sound like a lot of money, but when you have thousands of people who buy this scam, the amount of money will add up to millions! I guess this is the main reason why “scammers” like this John Doe guy do this kind of things. This is really an “ugly” way to make money and a good example of how the rich get richer and it is always the completely uneducated who makes them rich.
You can do the same, but you can do it by selling real products from sites people already buying from like Amazon or