Name: Affiliate Millionaire Club
Overall Rating: 10/100 (Scam)
Price: $47 $37 $17 one-time
Affiliate Millionaire Club claims that it can make you money online. It works through a process called affiliate marketing, the art of selling products you don’t own.
Mo (the supposed founder) even mentioned that he’s set up an affiliate website for you. All you have to do is buy the system, take some training, and watch the profits rolling in. Just take 15 minutes every day to manage your site and you’ll do great.
For a second, I never believed this system works, and you shouldn’t believe it as well. I see at least 5 red flags telling me not to buy this product, which I’ll explain in this review. So keep reading to find out.
Flaw #1: The Sales Video is Full of Lies
AMC made an outrageous claim in the sales video that you already have an affiliate website. It’s funny because, how is it even possible to make one while watching a video?
If that’s not enough, Mo claims your website has already made $106! The cost for joining Affiliate Millionaire Club is only $47 at most, and yet he’s giving $106 back. I wonder how this business can survive with such a guarantee.
Moving on, a single affiliate website can earn $1,200 a day according to the video, and it happens on the very first day! Obviously, these kinds of programs belong to the “get rich quick scheme” category, which I really find skeptical.
Now here’s the irony. I stumbled on the Terms and Conditions page and came across the Earning Claims, which stated something like this:
1. Showing these earnings do NOT, under any circumstance, guarantee or ensure your future success and CANNOT be used, nor is it intended to be used as a future earnings claim
2. The typical purchaser may not make any money at all by using our system
3. Like anything else in life, making money online requires dedication, commitment and requires the time and effort needed, by YOU the purchaser, in order to earn an income
A customer may NOT be able to make money using Affiliate Millionaire Club because it requires time and effort to succeed? So what happened to making money overnight with a “done for you” website?
This first flaw definitely shatters your hopes and dreams of making money using this product.
Flaw #2: Fake Limited Spots and Customers
These membership slots and customers are cues that might entice you to buy AMC. But let me tell you, they are both FAKE. Yet I can assure you, a lot of people still fall for these trust and scarcity tactics because they look convincing.
Once the slot count reaches zero, it’s claimed that the website will be taken down. Again, it’s one of Mo’s lies for making you take action fast. Even a month from now, you can join Affiliate Millionaire Club and not worry of missing out. In fact, refreshing the page will reset the count!
Flaw #3: Fake Testimonials and Proofs
In the present time, you can’t simply trust what you see on the Internet. That includes video testimonials and payment proofs of moneymaking schemes.
I reviewed several programs that have the same style as Affiliate Millionaire Club. And I can tell you from experience, their testimonial videos and payment proofs are 100% FAKE.
See the two men in the sales video?
It only took me a minute to find these two men on Fiverr because they’re popular sellers of testimonial gigs. In fact, you can find these people in other money-making programs as well, testifying to other online scams.
But what about the Bank of America and PayPal proofs? Well nowadays, people can easily manipulate numbers especially if it’s on a website.
With the help of Inspect Element feature on Google Chrome browser, you can modify elements of a website (such as numbers) and take a screenshot to make it look real.
See the Affiliate Resources video below on how it’s done on ClickBank earnings:
Flaw #4: Thin Content in the Members Area (with Ads!)
Yes, there is training inside Affiliate Millionaire Club, so you can expect to learn something from it. However, I’m disappointed to find out that the courses are not in-depth at all. You can find free information on Google and YouTube that is way better than what you’ll get in the members area.
Another red flag of the website is that it contains ads and promotions of other money-making opportunities, which could only mean one thing. Mo is trying to make more money from you and has no real intentions of helping you out.
Flaw #5: A Weird Downsell Funnel
If you noticed the price of Affiliate Millionaire Club, I slashed off the $47 and $37 amounts. That’s because you can actually reduce the price to as low as $17.
I find the pricing scheme unethical because some people will be able to buy the program for $47, while some will get it for $37, and the lucky ones can benefit at the lowest offer of $17.
If you want to explore these funnels, just pretend leaving by hitting the ‘back’ button, which will open up a dialog box asking you stay. Choose to ‘Stay’ on the page and it will redirect you to a different page where the discount is applied.
If you’re an open-minded guy, you would still be on the downsell funnels, always choosing to stay on the page to see where it all ends.
But if you stay long enough, this is what you’ll get:
Anyway, with so many red flags and flaws, I wouldn’t recommend anyone to buy AMC in the first place. That’s why these downsells are not a big deal at all.
Overall: I don’t like Affiliate Millionaire Club in its entirety. It’s full of hypes and trickeries that could potentially ruin innocent people’s lives. The concept of selling affiliate products with a thin website might have worked in the past, but not in the present time.
Another thing to ponder about is, “Who is Mo?” Can you find his credentials online or at least, be able to tell how he looks like? I’m 100% confident that your answer would be NO.
Bottomline: don’t trust the Affiliate Millionaire Club system, for it’s a total:
The Proper Way to Do Affiliate Marketing
Affiliate Millionaire Club is a system that focuses on affiliate marketing, which I believe is one of the best ways to make money online. In fact, you can run a million dollar business without owning a single product at all.
However, I highly doubt that Mo can turn you into a real affiliate millionaire, especially if you only have a one-page website.
Even if you made some sales, I bet your income will not be sustainable especially in the long-term. Google simply de-ranks websites that do not contain the single most important thing to get ranked: Content.
I know what you’re thinking, content takes a lot of time and effort to create and it’s harder to create one that is high-quality. You might be feeling intimidated by this concept right now, but that is the truth.
You can’t simply go online and expect that readers will buy from your recommendations without proving you’re an authority in your niche. The way to build that is by consistently publishing content either on your website (blog) or on YouTube (vlog).
You’re an awesome person, and I know you’re capable of bringing something unique to the world. Whatever your passion in life is, I’m sure you can monetize that by turning it into a thriving online business.
Come join me at Wealthy Affiliate, where I’ll show you how to turn your passion into an online business. It’s the best affiliate marketing training I came across in the online world with a great track record and awesome features, such as:
- High-Quality and Updated Courses
- Free Weekly Webinars (w/ Q & A)
- State-of-the-Art Website Hosting
- Keyword Research Tool (for SEO)
- A Very Supportive Community
- Personal Mentoring from Experts
- Real and Inspiring Success Stories
- And so on
If you’re wondering how much it all costs, well, don’t worry about it yet. You can try the WA platform by creating a FREE account, which includes two free websites and 10 free lessons covering the basics.
Thanks for reading my Affiliate Millionaire Club review. If you have any comments or some thoughts to share, just leave them below and I’ll reply back to it.