Welcome to my review of Home Income Millionaire.
This is a new site that claims you can easily start making $1,000’s just by watching the video. And apparently, lots of other people are “making money by the truckload”.
But is this legitimate or just some type of scam?
Let’s take a closer look to find out…
What Is Home Income Millionaire About?
Home Income Millionaire is a website that uses misleading hype and fake testimonials, to convince you to purchase a $97 program. And if you do buy the program, the upselling begins.
The video itself does not disclose what the underlying program is about.
Rather, it goes round and round in circles, talking about how easy it’s going to be to make large sums of money online. Without doing any work whatsoever.
And apparently it’s all thanks to a guy named “Mark” who never shows his face.
Claims like “you’re about to become a millionaire” and “you won’t even have to lift a finger because other people will do the work for you” are among the sales claims.
I’ve reviewed 100’s of programs on this site over the years, so I know HYPE when I see it.
Whenever a program doesn’t explain what it is, and instead focusses on using extreme hype to sell you, it’s a scam. Or (at best) nowhere near as good as it claims to be.
Another misleading tactic the site uses is fake testimonials.
These may look real at first glance, but they’re 100% fake (and I can prove it).
They are paid actors from a site called Fiverr.com. Here’s proof…
As you can see, these people are actors. Most of them claim to be making $10,000’s per month with Home Income Millionaire. But obviously they’re getting paid to say this.
We’re not off to a good start here, to say the least.
How Does It Work?
The way this works is like most other overhyped programs I’ve reviewed.
You receive an email or click on an ad somewhere, that takes you to the sales page (homeincomemillionaire.com). Which as I’ve explained, is absolutely full of “get rich quick” hype.
Most of the people who watch the video will have alarm bells going off. Because they know it sounds too good to be true.
But unfortunately, the people behind this site deliberately target those whoa re desperate to make money fast.
So many still buy into the hype, in the hopes it “might work”.
What’s worse, if you do buy the program for $97, you are immediately hit with upsell after upsell. Because the way these people make the bulk of their money is not through the initial sale.
It is through the constant upselling once you make the initial purchase.
The training may give you some basic tips about “making money online”, but it is not something that will make you millions.
You certainly won’t just plugin and start pocketing $1,000’s per day, while someone else does the work for you.
This is simply not the reality of how real online business works.
There is not a single program online that will make you this much money, without doing any work. Which is why they need to hire people to pretend like they’re making money.
Is Home Income Millionaire Legit or Scam?
Home Income Millionaire is a scam in my opinion, yes.
The reason I say this is because it makes unrealistic income claims and extremely misleading hype, to sell you something that in my opinion will not help you make money at all.
To top it off, the site uses fake testimonials to gain your trust. And fake scarcity (pretending there are “limited spots” which is BS), to get you to buy on impulse, without doing your research.
Thankfully, you did find this review, because you’re one of the smart people who does their homework before buying.
The truth is, you CAN make real money online.
It just doesn’t happen overnight or at the push of a button. If you want to build a real business online, then you need to learn the real process that goes into it, and put in real effort.
There is no shortcut to becoming a millionaire.
Unfortunately, this is what scammers tell you to make money off people who simply do not know any better. So they only people “making $1,000’s per day” are the people running this.
What you decide to do is up to you, but that’s my take. Hope it helps.