Is Millionaire Bizpro A Scam – Proof!

Can you really begin earning $1,000 per day and even begin earning within 24 hours using this system? Or is Millionaire Bizpro a well thought out scam?

Within 7 seconds, I was able to point out my first MAJOR FLAW.

The Millionaire Bizpro system is full of empty promises and I found many inconsistencies while visiting the sales page.

Flat out, I don’t trust this site, and here’s why…

Millionaire Bizpro Review

If you found this article, it’s more than likely you landed on their sales page where you are greeted by a video. Only 7 seconds into the video, I was able to spot the first reason why The Millionaire Bizpro should not be trusted and why I would never recommend it.

At the 0:07 second mark you are introduced to “Megan”, who claims she has never made a single penny online and even goes as far as saying she has never recorded herself on video before.

However…this is false.

Fake Testimonies

Meet Tamera, a professionally trained actor, and an award-winning public speaker – Her words, not mine.

is millionaire bizpro a scam

is millionaire bizpro a scam

You can find Tamera offering her video services over at Fiverr.com. She will “become the spokesperson” for your company or even give testimony for any business or product, so long as you’re willing to pay.

$5 will get you started and all one needs to do next is provide a pre-written script.

Terrible isn’t it? That’s why I don’t mind writing reviews like this one, exposing the real from the fake.

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Did Megan really earn $1,000+ using the Millionaire Bizpro system? Or was she hired and instructed on what to say?

The answer is quite apparent.

Why would one need to hire a “professional actor” to give a false statement about their system?

Well, that brings me to Derek, The Millionaire Bizpro owner.

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The Same Ol’ Routine

In the past, I’ve come across similar sites to this one, and usually, all can be summed up as using the same routine. These sites are:

  • Clearly desperate and will say anything in order to keep your attention.
  • A rags to riches story or sob story.
  • They create a sense of urgency.

Surprisingly Millionaire Bizpro doesn’t give a lengthy rags to riches story but instead only briefly mentions “knowing what it’s like to struggle” after claiming that this service is only being offered to make him (Derek) and you rich.

Right.

However the desperation and sense of urgency here is clear, for instance, a claim that the video will be taken down at midnight of the day you are watching it.

Again, a lie.

is millionaire bizpro a scam

is millionaire bizpro a scam

 

Notice the two different dates above?

I was able to access it with no problems on each of these dates, in other words, the website won’t be “closing” anytime soon.

This is done to create a sense of urgency and get YOU to make a hasty decision into making a purchase. The same is true for their ‘limited number of spots’. There will never be any changes.

Did someone say free?

is millionaire bizpro a scam

You may have noticed between the two videos where Derek mentions you won’t be paying anything for this system.

With these sites, there’s always some string attached and there is indeed a fee of $47 (I’ve seen it as low as $17).

The reason given, you will be getting your own web property, they cannot pay it for you, this makes you “partners” with Derek, and you will get paid faster.

It’s all nonsense…

Here’s What You Get For $47

They tell you exactly what you are getting located near the bottom of the page!

is millionaire bizpro a scam

This directly states that you will be receiving up to 15 pre-designed web pages. These already done for your pages are known as lead capture pages where the goal is to collect people’s emails.

Many popular sites use this practice but in this case, you are being trained on how to promote similar, fake, garbage websites like Millionaire Bizpro.

To sum it up, you can expect to send people to scam sites and hope when they make a purchase, you will earn. Here’s an example of one of these ‘done-for-you’ pages given to you from the Millionaire Bizpro:

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At the end is an option to buy some out of date training for $7.

This is what the Millionaire Bizpro gives you.

Last thing worth noting.

If you have been in contact with this “company” over the phone and experienced questions such as annual income, current living expenses, financial debt, etc. They are only trying to get an idea of how much money you have in order to suck more money from you.

Is Millionaire Bizpro Legit?

For the many reasons shared in the review above, we do not recommend this program.

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The Truth About Earning Money Online

If you believe you can earn $30,000 per month online while only working 15-20min per day with zero experience using some magical system, then the Millionaire Bizpro might be for you.

In reality with this system, you are only being set up with (maybe) 15 half-assed pages with the intentions of scamming other people, as I have shown above.

The truth is making money online never happens at the push of a button, not by purchasing a done-for-you system, and definitely doesn’t take place overnight.

Starting a real, lasting business online could take several months if not years. If earning money online is something you are interested, do not get discouraged by programs like the Millionaire Bizpro.

Find something that works and even more importantly, works for you.

There’s several legit opportunities out there when it comes to starting an online business. I chose and enjoy what I do online, which is affiliate marketing and I learned nearly everything I know about online business after joining Wealthy Affiliate.is millionaire bizpro a scam

What’s an affiliate?

An affiliate you can partner up with other businesses, refer people to their products and or services, and in return earn commissions after any purchases are made.

It’s a really interesting process, but again, not in any way a get rich quick scheme.

Certain businesses you can partner up with include Walmart, BestBuy, eBay, Amazon, Apple, Old Navy, etc. etc.

There are several THOUSANDS of businesses you can partner up with for free and begin earning revenue by referring people to them.

But first, you need to learn all of the skills. I used Wealthy Affiliate to learn these skills. Check it out, joining is free!

 

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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.

  • JasonJ-Money says:

    I really enjoyed this article, I love to read interesting articles about if something is a scam or not.

    Also liked how you got straight to the point and addressed fake testimonies right off the bat.

    And how you had photos of the woman who was a paid spokesperson posing to have used the system.

    • JasonJason says:

      Hey J,

      I enjoy trying out new systems to see if they are of any value or not.

      I spend a lot of time reading online and offline trying to sharpen my own personal skills and I come across sites like this often.

      I was hoping to gain and learn something by using the Millionaire Bizpro, but it was just not there. Too many inconsistencies and poor tactics being used here, as I explain above.

      It’s not safe, but I have of course came across some legit sites on my journey.

      Glad you enjoyed the article, J.

  • JasonCARL JOHNSON says:

    THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP IT SOUNDED TOO GOOD TO BR TRUE

  • JasonHuber Roman says:

    This is exactly what I was thinking it out to be. I sorta knew something was too patternized “cookie-cutter” scammy. I was right, damn them.

  • JasonStan Ticeer says:

    Sounds good!

  • JasonWill Rader says:

    please give ma a call-DO NOT EMAIL ME-512-636-2947-Thanx!

  • JasonJohn says:

    Wealthy Affiliate is a con, too. Google it.its a take $ from idiots on the web,they all are,thanks for your opinion, not sure what its worth.

    • JasonJason says:

      If everything on the internet that has to do with making money is a con, why even bother?

      Wealthy Affiliate is filled with valuable resources, not to mention it’s free to join. This idiot created a free account, saw the value, and decided to upgrade (pay money) and now I am able to generate revenue month after month from my laptop, thanks to their training.

      There’s no way you will learn/earn anything with that mindset.

      Good luck?…

  • JasonElizabeth says:

    Yes, almost every work from home jobs or scams. I really want to find a good paying job working from home though 🙁

  • JasonLarry says:

    Enjoyed the reviews
    Great Job!

    Larry

  • JasonCarrie says:

    This is also a great sales tactic, write a bad review of one system in a blog, and at the end sell another system that works the same way. Both millionaire biz pro and wealthy affiliate do the same thing. The more you pay, the more you learn how to scan others into paying. That is all they are. There is no product involved, which makes them glorified pyramid schemes. I know because I fell victim to this scam before and was taught this tactic. The testimonials are lies!!!! I know because I was instructed to say I make money already in my ads, when I hadn’t made a dime yet.

    • JasonJason says:

      Hi Carrie,

      I would instantly have to disagree with you, lying and cheating others is not a great sales tactic, it’s a horrible one.

      Millionaire Bizpro received a bad rating because it is a bad product. It has nothing to do with Wealthy Affiliate. If I may, I would like to share some of my own personal experiences and even facts with you.

      Just try to keep an open mind as I do when writing reviews of these different products.

      1. I could have easily said that Millionaire Bizpro was legit and sold it to others. That is NOT what I am about. That is not why I created this site. (There’s this thing, called integrity).

      2. Wealthy Affiliate is free to join. You can see what you are getting involved in before spending a single dime. There’s no pressure to upgrade but obviously, if you like what you are learning, upgrade!

      3. There may have been NO product for whatever you bought, but a Wealthy Affiliate membership comes full-service with training, access to other members, website builder (up to 50 personal websites), website hosting, website support, many tools such as the keyword tool, Live Chat for instant communication/help, you can purchase domain’s there, and so much more. (I know for a fact that Bizpro doesn’t do “the same thing”).

      4. I’ve actually made money. In fact, I’ve been able to make a living working on the internet, thanks to the WA training. I had no experience prior to joining and was very skeptical myself.

      5. I’ve got a chance to meet the owners and a handful other members. These guys are all about providing the best all-around service possible, it’s been very reassuring after meeting them in person.

      I could go on and on, but I am not here to sell you on anything. I just wanted to address some of your comments because frankly, negativity is contagious.

      You can create an account there, see what they have to offer, and even participate in the first 10 lessons – for free.

      Earning a regular income online requires commitment and work, especially if you want to start a business. Don’t fall for the get rich quick programs like Millionaire Bizpro.

      Sorry you haven’t made a dime yet. Not everything online is a scam.

      – Jason

  • JasonLyrique says:

    I WAS wondering if there would come a time that I could speak to like minds, not idiots as one guys said, just ppl who for various reasons wanted and some needed to work from home> I’m retired military, who lost a career railroad position, and a wife and a mother came down with dementia, and I’m an only child> I didn’t know much about these companies but my naiveté about just how low ppl will go also wasn’t my forte, aside from the ongoing being Black In America, which i thought i would escape even some of that by working onlineBelieve it or not there was still a level of decency and moral ethics in this country as recently as the eighties< but I tend to be two detailed so let me throw this out there, A. Morrisons Success connection, up-sell city, anik signal, bog you down with modules and classes, never get to the money, and that dam chubby dude in the hammock, he's everywhere, and lets not forget" HI Jake here" that dude has found more ways to get you to open emails.So wHAT I'VE DONE IS DOWNLOADED all the funnels from all these assholes to build a massive email list, and started selling on my own with three e-commerce shops, , A gallery to promote my artwork, a mens under and nightwear (sexy stuff, but tasteful and classic, and faux fur garments for men who are fashionable and doing things in life, but respectful of the animal,Bottom line learn what these guys know and use it with them or against them

    • JasonJason says:

      Hi Lyrique, I believe I follow what you are saying here.

      Even though you were dissatisfied with the service being offered with that of A. Morrison, Anik Signal, and company, you were able to find a way to make their program work using your own method and their tools – tools you already paid for.

      Though I am familiar with a few of these names, I cannot speak too much about their programs as I have always passed after encountering them.

      The bottom line is that it shouldn’t have to be this way when looking for opportunities online and investing your own money and time. At the very least, I am glad you were able to make a positive out of something negative.

      Which is what I believe you were trying to communicate within your message. Good luck to you and your e-commerce shops. Keep moving forward!

      Thanks for sharing on our Millionaire Bizpro review.


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