I came across a system called “Passive Money Miracle” today.
The site claims that a 14 year old “cloned an e-commerce giant” and as a result, started making big money online. Apparently, anyone can follow this same “secret system” to generate passive wealth.
Certainly sounds cool, but it’s really just hype as I explain in this review…
Passive Money Miracle Review
The first thing I want to point out here, is that this site (moneymiracle.net/start.php) is nothing new.
Both of these sites are nearly identical and both sell the same underlying program. They just use different ‘marketing hooks’ to convince you to buy the same system.
And that system is called My Ecom Club which is run by Teo Vee.
What he’s doing, is creating ‘funnel pages’ that look as though they are new programs. But in reality they all point to the one underlying program.
If you click the link above you can read my full review of My Ecom Club. But in short, this is not a secret system and it will not “deposit $100,000’s into your bank every month”. As if it’s some kind of miracle money machine.
Seriously guys, that is PURE bullshit if I’ve ever heard it.
What Is Passive Money Miracle About?
Passive Money Miracle (or just plain “Money Miracle”) is new site run by Teo Vee, that funnels people into My Ecom Club. The site uses extreme hype, fake testimonials and practically every trick in the book to get your money.
The cost to get started is $47 but once you are inside the system, you soon realize the true cost runs into the $1,000’s.
The system itself is all about showing you how to make money with e-commerce. Specicially, a business model known as ‘drop shipping’.
This is definitely a legit business model and a real way to make money. But it takes a lot of tiume and effort, not to mention money, to get this business rolling properly.
Which is why these sites are so incredibly misleading.
How Does This System Work?
The way this system works is by getting you ‘in the door’ low price point ($47 in this case). And the moment you’re inside the system, they begin asking for more and more money.
Assuming you don’t care about the sketchy sales pitch, or the huge upsells, there is some value in the My Ecom Club training. And the business model itself does work as I just mentioned.
So how does the business model work?
Well, first of all, you choose a niche to target and setup a Shopify store.
From there, you partner with wholesalers in your chosen niche who fulfil the orders your customers make. So in this way, you don’t have to worry about buying any inventory.
It sounds simple but there’s a lot that can go wrong in this process.
And like ANY business, it takes time and effort to get results. You certainly won’t be “plugging in” to some “miracle money maker”. Not even close.
The other thing to understand is that not only will you need to buy the $1,997 upsell to get to the meat of the training, but you also need a substantial budget for traffic.
None of this (the real details) is explained within the sales pitch. Which is common. They tell you whatever sounds good to get your money at the time, pushing all logic and reason to the side.
Yep… The Testimonials Are 100% FAKE
As with every review I do, I like to verify if the testimonials are real or fake.
Most of these sites use testimonials to convince you to whip out your credit card and buy the program. Which is fine if the product is legit and the testimonials are real.
But in this case they absolutely are fake.
I knew this right away because they are the same ones used in all the other sites I’ve reviewed that funnel people into My Ecom Club.
For example, here’s one guy who claims to be making $500 to $1000 per day with Money Miracle…
But he’s really just a paid actor from Fiverr.com…
This always makes me skeptical.
Because if real people really are making such good money with this system, why do they need to pay actors to give them a testimonial?
Especially considering it’s meant to be some kind of “miracle” system. Surely people would be jumping out of their seat to provide REAL testimonials if this was the case.
Verdict- Is Passive Money Miracle a Scam?
Passive Money Miracle is a scam in my opinion. Because it’s really just a ‘funnel page’ that uses extremely misleading hype to convince people to buy My Ecom Club.
I don’t consider My Ecom itself to be a scam though. Since you do get real training for your money and it’s a legit way to make money with e-commerce.
Although from what I’ve been seeing lately, I’m starting to wonder if maybe it is a scam. Because legitimate programs are transparent, they don’t use this kind of hype to convince people to buy.
In any case, whatever you do, avoid buying this (or anything) in the hopes that it’s some kind of “money machine”. This is just hype unethical marketers use to convince you to buy stuff on impulse. It is not real and it is not how real businesses work.
It takes time and effort to be successful online.
There are no shortcuts. Period.
At the end of the day, what you decide to do is up to you, but that’s my take. Hopefully you found this review helpful either way.
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