21 Step Millionaire Coach – Reviewed!

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21 Step Millionaire Coach Summary

Name: 21 Step Millionaire Coach
Website: 21stepmillionairecoach.com
Owner: Marc
Price: $97, tons of upsells

Summary: The 21 Step Millionaire Coach “system” is nothing more than a scheme to get you to join a company known as MOBE. So in essence, 21 Step Millionaire Coach = MOBE.

Personally, I chose not to purchase this system for the reasons and opinions expressed below. You the buyer have the freedom to purchase/pursue any products of your choosing.

Prefer a real service to help you learn how to earn money working for yourself? I encourage you to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Recommended? No.

21 Step Millionaire Coach Review

I’ve come across similar make money online systems before.

They claim to be one thing, such as the 21 Step Millionaire Coach, The Money Academy, or even Cash With Matt. In the end, they were strictly funnels to one washed-up, questionable business; MOBE.

I guess my issue here is the lack of transparency when it comes to these programs promising to help individuals learn how to make money, and lots of it, but in the end, the program will not deliver.

21 Step Millionaire Coach is no exception.

Speaking of transparency, not once is MOBE mentioned in the hour long sales video. Why is that?

Also, why the need to hire actors to vouch for your “proven” system…

Is 21 Step Millionaire Coach A Scam?

I do not recommend using the 21 Step Millionaire Coaching system and here’s one of the reasons why.

From the get-go, you are presented with testimonies from 21 step users, who make big claims such as “I’m averaging over $9,000 a week”, “my last 4 checks totaled $37,456”, or “I quit my jobs and no longer worry about bills or money”.

I’m having a hard time finding any of these testimonies to be true.

False Testimonies

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Above are two people who gave testimonies on the 21 Step Millionaire Coach website. They also can be found on the Videos & Testimonials section of Fiverr.com.

What do they do?

As you’ve probably gathered by now, they are willing to provide testimonies for products sometimes as low as $5. It doesn’t matter if the product is reputable or a scam. Either way, you can hire someone from sites like Fiverr to vouch for your product.

Can You Earn Money Using the 21 Step Coach Millionaire?

Yes, you can. By introducing others to this exact system (MOBE). The people you introduce would also be able to make money by introducing others, and so on.

And to be clear, by introduce I mean get people over to the MOBE website and to make a purchase after you personally refer them there. You are literally selling the same thing you just bought to others.

To be able to distribute this ‘item’ to others, this, of course, comes at a hefty price.

How Much Is It?

The $97 price point that 21 Step Coach is asking for is merely an entrance fee.

In fact, part of the 21 steps (around step 6 I believe), you will be urged to purchase a MOBE Licensing Right totaling around $2,497.

Of course, this is not brought up within the sales video. Nobody would buy it!

There are 3 Upper Tiers:

Titanium: $9,997
Platinum: $16,667
Diamond: $29,997

These offer you what the MOBE Licensing Right tier offers you, plus the ability to earn commissions within the respective tier you upgrade to.  If you want to earn commissions on Diamond upgrades, then you will need to be a Diamond member.

When all is said and done,  if you were to purchase all of these products you would have to spend $29,997 + $299 per month for the privilege to promote the highest tier membership (and associate products) to others.

Not to mention, you are expected to attend conferences and meetings which could easily cost $1,000’s of dollars.

 

This tells a far different story than what was being pitched over at the 21 Step Millionaire Coach website.

What To REALLY Expect

The given job description is pretty accurate. You will “introduce people who want the company’s high-end high-quality products and services to my team so they can close sales for you.”

Your job is to point people to the company. Then the company will pay you up to 50% commissions. The company does most of the work while you keep most of the money.

You just sit back and collect checks. According to the website. It’s unfortunate that many MOBE members haven’t quite experienced this fairy tale success.

MOBE Complaints

Here are a few complaints I found across the web regarding MOBE and owner Matt Lloyd:

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There are tons more dissatisfied customers out there regarding this very product. In my opinion, it would be best to completely avoid 21 Step Millionaire Coach aka MOBE.

Final Thoughts

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21 Step Millionaire Coach - Overall Rating

I do not recommend 21 Step Millionaire Coach to those interested in learning how to earn online. It is a get-rich-quick scheme that could literally cost you thousands of dollars.

You will be asked to buy an overpriced product in MOBE, and then to turn around and sell it to others for profit. When building your own business online from scratch, realize that patience is a virtue.

If you are unfamiliar with creating a business online, there ARE excellent services out there available to you, that will teach you how to generate income online – the real way.

It’s best to avoid places claiming that you will become a millionaire, while only spending $97, with minimal effort, and that a whole team will do all the work for you. It’s unrealistic!

Feel free to share your thoughts or experiences with the 21 Step Millionaire Coach below. I would love to hear from you.

 

About the author

    Jason

    My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

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    Collins - 3 years ago

    Thanks for your review. I heard of 21 step millionaire since 2015 and I almost purchase it, thanks to my credit card operator they did not allow my payment and I became disturb. Not knowing all for my good.

    Later I realize there was an extra money to pay when I join. In fact the testimonies convinced me more.

    I really it is not beginners friendly. Actually I was still contemplating until i read your article and am I can say it is not wealth as they say.

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      Jason
      Jason - 3 years ago

      Glad you were able to do your research on this, Collins.

      As stated in the review, we do not recommend the 21 Step Millionaire Coach ‘program’. Too many red-flags, too many up-sells.

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    Jason
    ebony - 3 years ago

    beamiollnare

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    Jason
    Eric Chen - 3 years ago

    Hello Jason,

    Thank you for the detailed review of 21 step millionaire coach. I was searching the internet for a money making method and was recommended to sign up with them. However, I’ve fallen victim to a lot of these scams and schemes, so I wanted to make sure.

    I don’t like the upsells that you are mentioning because you never know when it will end. Is it a money sink or is it going to actually help you make money?

    Thank you very much for exposing this and saving me time for getting scammed.

    Kind Regards,
    Eric

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      Jason
      Jason - 3 years ago

      Hi Eric, 

      We definitely recommend avoiding the 21 Step Millionaire Coach. Chances are high that you will lose a lot more money than you can potentially make.

      The “company” is not transparent with their customers at all.

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