is my millionaire mentor a scam

Is My Millionaire Mentor A Scam?

When someone mentions earning $1,000 to $10,ooo per day online, people usually will choose to listen in.

That is exactly what happened to me when I came across this product.

After watching the primary video on the website in full I would like to share whether or not, is my millionaire mentor a scam?

Something else which caught my eye is the $500 and free training advertised just for watching this same video, this may look familiar:

is my millionaire mentor a scam

I’m sad to announce I spent half an hour or so watching the entire video and did not receive the guaranteed $500, or any kind of free training at all.

There are safe ways to begin earning money online, unfortunately this isn’t one of them.

Even worse, the opportunity to become rich using My Millionaire Mentor is a complete dud. Here’s everything I was able to find out!

What You Need To Watch For

My Millionaire Mentor is owned by a man using the name Ryan Mathews, who happens to be from San Diego.

The owner must be a fan of the NFL, because oddly enough Ryan Mathews is a professional football player formerly of the San Diego Chargers. But I digress, this could only be coincidental.

During the video, Ryan Mathews goes on to share his new system entitled My Millionaire Mentor in which individuals will be earning anywhere from $1,000 to $5,000 per day by using this super simple system.

He also shares his rags to riches story of owning an old car and living in a tiny studio apartment, to now owning a huge home, several luxury cars including a Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, and a Porsche for his wife.

Not to mention the almost $12,000,000 he earned online in the past 2 years.

That’s nice and of course OK to share your success with others, but can we get to how the $500 is earned…or the free training at least?

Avoid Scams: Join Over 500,00+ Members Using A #1 Rated Service To Learn How To Work From Home!

What Is My Millionaire Mentor

While listening to Ryan boast about his personal fortunes, he continuously mentions he’s going to let you in the “secret club of millionaires” where he can only accept 50 people to avoid overcrowding ensure you get the personalized help you need.

Now the whole reason Ryan Mathews claims he put together this super easy system is because he just feels like giving back to others and transforming them into internet millionaires.

Apparently only 50 “others” can make this awesome, magically enriching list.

There’s comments on there being only 7 spots available as 43 are already vacant, so you better buy now. How do I know this was true for you too?

Well I came across this site several months ago, and the same offer was being presented. I guess they haven’t found their lucky 7.

Point being, this website’s offer will always say their is only 7 spots remaining.

This is to create a sense of urgency in YOU the potential buyer in hopes to make a hasty decision. However if you check back tomorrow or months from now, you will oddly see those 7 spots still remaining.

Don’t Fall For The Testimonies

As convincing as the testimonies were, these were all done by hired actors who are paid to pitch these lines to you.

Does this face look familiar from the My Millionaire Mentor website?

is my millionaire mentor a scam

is my millionaire mentor a scam

That’s right, this particular individual can be spotted about 15 seconds into the video claiming he’s made over $10,000 using the My Millionaire Mentor program.

The reality is, he was hired over at Fiverr.com and paid about $5 or so to give a false testimony. Be wary of these false type of video testimonies and promotions which seem to float ALL OVER the internet now.

Why would such a “super, simple, and guaranteed system” feel the need to hire phony actors?

It’s simple, to convince you to buy there scam of a product for $97, only to hardsell you over the phone and by email more. That is the ONLY intention over at My Millionaire Mentor.

Final Opinion

is my millionaire mentor a scam

Wouldn’t it be great if this Garbage were real?

After trying to leave the website I was brought to another landing page only to find this image and more garbage. The reason for writing this review was to make others aware of this money-luring scam.

Making money online is a real thing, and there are legitimate opportunities available to all.

However do take note, to see any real results it’s going to require some real work. There is NO “100% Done For You Sales System” that will actually help you start earning money online.

If you know of one, please fill me in by commenting below!

Not Afraid Of Doing Actual Work To Succeed?

Then join me and thousands of others learning and building businesses in one of the best training centers available online, and start learning how to earn that extra paycheck from home.

Get Started Here To Create A Real Online Business

Feel free to share your experiences with My Millionaire Mentor below, and let others know your experiences before purchasing this junk.

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.

  • JasonChris says:

    I feel annoyed that people would actually waste so much of their time and money on scams like these. What’s even worse is the fact that you were able to point out hired actors within all of this. Even though it’s not hard to believe I didn’t this sites would go as far as putting in actors.

    Warm Regards!

    -Chris

    • JasonJason says:

      Hey Chris I would have to disagree.

      It’s not an annoyance factor, it’s people being deceived by well thought-out scam artist who put PLENTY of time and energy into setting up false opportunities such as the My Millionaire Mentor program.

      The people behind these programs usually have a bit of experience online and are aware of how to trick people into believing this nonsense.

      The worst part, “Ryan Mathews” (or whatever his real name may be) undoubtedly makes a great living online. It’s a shame that it comes at the expense of other people who are just looking for honest way to a better living themselves.

  • JasonJames says:

    The thought of adding up all the Internet “programs”, late night infomercials, and other “opportunities” that I’ve taken part in is a terribly depressing notion!

    What advice would you offer a chronic “get rich fast” program addict?

    What are some ways that I could validate a program prior to skipping blithely down yet one more dead end?

    • JasonJason says:

      James, you already have the antidote you are seeking… Stop buying into the belief that there are programs out there which will really make your rich fast.

      There’s really no such thing available.

      There are programs available to you where you can learn to build a real business, online even, but this doesn’t happen at the push of a button.

      This requires work.

      My best advice to you is to do some thorough research prior to buying into any programs in the future.

      Hope this helps, James. Good Luck.

  • JasonChris says:

    $12,000,000 he earned online in the past 2 years – why does he need to sell this program then?
    Always amazes me the rubbish people fall for online these days – promises of untold riches and before you know it you are being hit up by upsell after upsell. This sounds like a very poor online opportunity….

  • Thanks Jason for the review. This thing has been going for years now, it’s crazy. Hope you’ll help some people make an educated decision haha.

    Awesome website BTW.

  • JasonPeteni Kuzwayo says:

    Hi Jason

    Gosh, I can’t count how many times I’ve fallen for such garbage.

    However, in hindsight, I appreciate the horrible mistakes which cost me valuable money and time. I appreciate those mistakes because they have helped me to become a better online marketer and appreciate the true value of platforms such as Wealthy Affiliate.

    And I agree with you totally when you say that these scammers are experienced online and know how to trick desperate people.

    Sadly though, as human beings we are generally lazy and want plenty for nothing. And we want it overnight. And that greed and impatience leads us down dead ends.

    Great article you’ve written.

    I’m certain it will help plenty newbies.

    Regards
    Peteni

  • JasonBrad says:

    Thank you Jason for exposing this scam artist piece of shit for who he is! Hopefully the Fbi will be locking him up in near future anyway but ,doubt it!

  • Jasonjohn ellerbe says:

    im interested how do i get started?

  • JasonHorace says:

    my first clue was , I actually fell for this scam but Chase Bank did not and I tried five times to get this online purchase to go through . and Chase computers would not allow it. THANK YOU CHASE . After further investigation I came across this review and finally got it through my greed and intense need for financial freedom and my believing this garbage(I could not feel any dumber) but if someone can direct me to a real money making opportunity online that wont cost me my last $49.00 PLEASE LET ME KNOW , THANKS

    • JasonJason says:

      Uh oh, Chase denying you several times would have been a good indicator that maybe something isn’t right here, lol.

      You can join the Wealthy Affiliate for free but eventually will want to upgrade in order to access all the material.

      You can get started today and participate in the training, chat instantly with other members, and more. Try it out and see if it’s for you. You can join here.

  • JasonBabyTuque says:

    Always great when someone exposes these sites for what they are — a ripoff! Preying on people’s unfortunate financial situation just isn’t right.

    You’re so right about the paid actors. I watched some of the video and the guy who “doesn’t even know what he’s doing” and made 10K is a joke.

    To succeed online takes hard work, patience, and dedication. If you see a program promising otherwise it’s probably too good to be true.

    • JasonJason says:

      Very true. And regarding the paid actors, most of the time it’s quite obvious they are reading some script.

      My Millionaire Mentor, in my opinion, is nothing more than a get rich quick scheme that will not deliver.

  • JasonHailey says:

    It sucks that people lower themselves to making these kinds of scams. Great review though and thank you for spotting these, I’m sure you are saving people tons of money and that is a very generous thing for you to do. The only reason he can be anywhere near that wealthy is cause he preys on people and through marketing techniques he tries to convince them that he has the answers to all their problems. It sucks because it is exactly what people buy into 100% of the time. They want someone to make money for them, they don’t want to go through the work and effort it takes in creating something for yourself most of the time. When people are searching for ways to make money online I think they assume it’ll be as easy as clicking a button and getting 100s, but we have never seen that happen, and if it did wouldn’t everyone with a wifi connection be a millaniare by now? I believe that the time and effort you dedicate into your work is what is going to show through in the prospect of money. If you are actually willing to try and work hard while bettering yourself and others, that’s when the money will come in.

    • JasonJason says:

      Hi Hailey, I agree, though I think many people buy into the fantasy of being able to live a rich lifestyle with the purchase of a false program.

      Most people are rightfully ‘iffy’ about these get-rich-quick schemes but buy into it with a hope that it somehow may work out. And it never does.

      I totally understand why people fall for stuff like My Millionaire Mentor. But you are right, making money online is not usually ‘done for you’ and their are no secrets to it. It takes actual work and effort 🙂

  • JasonEdward says:

    None, I’m as broke as I was before Mr. “frauds e-mail and of his affiliates” Richer, $97.00 or $49.00, thanks to you guys’ opinions that I fortunately took the time to review at the bottom of the entry and applications detailed. Beware all America, things are not necessarily as they appear.

  • JasonEdward says:

    None, I’m as broke as I was before Mr. “frauds e-mail and of his affiliates” Richer, $97.00 or $49.00, thanks to you guys’ opinions that I fortunately took the time to review at the bottom of the entry and applications. Beware all America, things are not necessarily as they appear.

    • JasonJason says:

      I think you’re confusing me and this website with the My Millionaire Mentor website. I have never charged or asked for any type of payments on this site. It’s free information.

      In fact, in my review, I clearly state that I do not recommend My Millionaire Mentor.

  • JasonBrian Urich says:

    I would like to know more about your website and what would be the real costs of making money online for real? I do respect your comments, but I do want to know what I will have to put into this site, which you say is free?
    Thank you

  • Jasongary Duke says:

    Is this the real deal if so email me back and i will jump in with both feet.and is this the only cost ?

  • Jasonkimberly taylor says:

    Unsubscribe me immediately from this bullshit that preys on weak willed people.

    • JasonJason says:

      Hey Kimberly, you need to hit the ‘Unsubscribe’ button located at the bottom of the email if you are referring to the emails sent from My Millionaire Mentor.

      Otherwise, you will continue receiving these emails.

      I still receive emails from them as well.

  • JasonHollie McDonald says:

    Just curious. who do you trust.? Also there’s always a catch 22 if you sign up for free .once you get in, do you pay a fee ? Of course cause nothing is free . My question is how much.? Why when you find out a scam there’s others that fallow saying one is lieing and to go to this other sight.? How is one different than the other.

    • JasonJason says:

      With Wealthy Affiliate, it is free to join but they do offer a Premium membership which costs $49 per month.

      This gives you access to things you need to build a long-term business right from home. Including training, website builder, website hosting, personal and technical support, and so much more.

      Why am I recommending one over the other? Well, because one (in this case My Millionaire Mentor) is fraudulent. Whereas the other has helped me personally earn an income from home month after month.

      It’s best to try it out for yourself. Again, it’s free to poke around, begin the lessons, and get a sense if it’s right for you.

      You can try Wealthy Affiliate free of charge here.


  • >