You can make $2,500 this week with Secret Society of Millionaires.
All you need to do is plugin to a “secret automated system” by paying the one-time account setup fee of $49. Then, Jason Alton will mentor you to become a millionaire!
Sounds a bit too good to be true, doesn’t it?
Well it’s a good thing you’re here. Because most of the sales pitch is either grossly misleading or an outright lie. And I will explain exactly why I say this in my review.
Read on to see what this “system” is really about…
Secret Society of Millionaires Review
I received an email from someone pitching Secret Society of Millionaires today. Since I regularly review programs on this site I thought I’d take a closer look.
The sales video claims to be offering 20 people the chance to make $10k per month or more. By joining a ‘secret society’ of millionaire’s.
Apparently, there was only ONE spot left while I was watching the sales video.
I know this is total BS though. Because the same 21 step program has been, and continues to be, sold under many different brands. It is NOT secret and it’s not limited in any way whatsoever.
I will explain what it really is shortly, so you can verify this yourself.
Anyways, the person mentoring you is supposedly Jason Alton:
Jason says he was working a dead end job and was down to his last $137, before discovering a secret system that made him a millionaire. Now he’s sharing that same system with you.
I have to admit the video snippets I was seeing looked like stock footage. So I did some digging and found that my suspicions were correct.
Here is “Jason Alton” over at ShutterStock…
So the guy in the videos, and his ‘wife’ are really just actors. Yet, he claims he’s a millionaire and is going to be the person ‘mentoring’ you.
I also found that the people giving their testimonials are actors too. I remember seeing these same folks from other reviews I’ve done so this was easy for me to spot.
Here’s a couple of these “testimonials” to show you what I mean…
These are supposedly the people Jason mentored into becoming successful online. Funny though, these people are ACTORS who sell their acting services on Fiverr.com…
I find it strange that whoever is really behind this sales page has to buy stock footage and hire actors to give testimonials? I mean, if the system really is that good, why aren’t people cuing up to share their REAL story?
The truth is, there’s a LOT of misleading hype in the sales pitch. It’s a classic case of using “get rich quick” hype to sell a program. They even pretend at one point it’s been on the news!
This is complete an utter nonsense. These are old, generic news clips about ‘working from home’ and I see them used by many less than legitimate programs all the time.
Anyways, after watching the sales video, I entered my email and clicked on the button. Which took me to the order screen for Secret Society of Millionaires.
This is when I was able to confirm what this system actually is…
What Is Secret Society of Millionaires?
Secret Society of Millionaires is a 21 step program that covers the basics of affiliate marketing. It costs $49 and it’s run by a company called MOBE.
As a complete beginner, you may learn some worthwhile things within that training.
Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model too, this is something I do myself. So (in and of itself) it’s not fair to label the underlying program as a scam.
However, there are some things you should know before you buy:
- This is NOT limited to 20 people at all
- The 21 step training is NOT new or secret (Secret Society of Millionaires is just a re-branded version of MOBE’s existing 21 step training they’ve been selling for years)
- The true costs involved run well into the $10,000’s (massive upsells await you)
- This is an MLM which is all about recruiting more people into the same thing
So it’s wise to completely disregard the sales pitch. In no way does it show you the true reality of what you’re buying into. It’s hype.
Either way, Secret Society of Millionaires is really just a new ‘spin’ on an old program.
It’s a ‘front end offer’. Which is marketing speak for “a product that gets people in the door”.
Most likely it’s run by an affiliate of MOBE too. This person (whoever they really are) earns a commission if you buy. There’s nothing wrong with that but there is when it’s marketed in this way if you ask me.
In any case, the true purpose of this offer is to sell you into MOBE, which contains many upsells.
In the next section, I’ll explain this in more detail.
How Does It Really Work?
The true purpose of Secret Society of Millionaires is to sell you a series of much higher ticket products within MOBE. As mentioned, it’s not new. It’s just a new brand on an old product.
Once inside, you will be encouraged to upgrade into much higher ticket products. The first of which is almost $2,500.
And the thing is, you NEED to buy these additional products if you want to be successful with MOBE.
Why? Because the whole purpose of the training is getting you to promote MOBE. And this is a ‘pay to play’ system where you need to own the products you promote.
Here’s some of the memberships you will be encouraged to buy:
Without purchasing at least the ‘Silver membership’ you are not going to make the money the sales video promises you.
Yes, making $10k per month is possible with MOBE.
But you need to be willing to spend a LOT more money. And you need to be willing to convince others to join similar ‘front end offers’ to Secret Society of Millionaires.
And yes, it IS multilevel marketing. Because affiliates earn commissions on direct sales AND from sales made by people they refer.
It may only be two levels deep, but this is MLM. I say this because the sales page specifically states that it’s not MLM. This is an outright lie, they only say this to distance themselves from what they truly are. Because it’s controversial.
So to recap real quick…
- You join for $49 hoping you’ve found an awesome program
- You get some value, but realise the true costs are into the $10,000’s
- You’re sole objective is to now promote MOBE (using similar sales funnels)
This is how it really works.
Is Secret Society of Millionaires a Scam?
Secret Society of Millionaires is a scam in how it is pitched to you. This is your typical “get rich quick” hype, filled with fake testimonials and fake scarcity.
Sales material like this is clearly preying on unsuspecting people who (realistically) have no idea what they’re really signing up for.
However, MOBE itself is not a scam. And the 21 step training you are looking at buying is not scam either, since you will get some value for a relatively low price point.
It’s certainly a controversial model though when you look at it. And it’s not something I personally recommend to folks looking to get started online.
Programs like Secret Society of Millionaires play on a persons desire to make money quickly and easily. The sales material is completely unethical and void of any merit.
It’s true you can make large amounts of money on the internet. But it doesn’t happen at the push of a button. It takes real work over a consistent period of time to get real results. Like anything worthwhile.
You also don’t need to spend $10,000’s on systems like this to make it happen either.
What you decide to do is up to you, but hopefully this helps you make a more informed choice about buying. At least now you have a better idea as to what you’re really signing up for.
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