Is The Affiliate Millionaire Club A Scam?

Affiliate Millionaire Club – Quick Review

Name: Affiliate Millionaire Club
Owner: Mo
Price: $47

Summary: It is my opinion that the Affiliate Millionaire Club is another get-rich-quick scheme. It talks the talk, as in promises you fast and easy riches, but is a product that in no way delivers.

For a safe place to learn how to earn consistent income online, I recommend heading over to my review on Wealthy Affiliate. This is the same place that, after hard work, has taught me how to build my own online business. Which allows me to work from home full-time now.

I highly recommend joining Wealthy Affiliate’s free starter membership and seeing if it is right for you.

The review below contains some of my opinions and based on some of the findings, I refuse to purchase the program myself. You the buyer are free to purchase and pursuit any product/program you please.

Recommended? No.

Affiliate Millionaire Club Review

Affiliate Millionaire Club, from what I have gathered, has two different websites running the same promotion. One is a newer version.

The version that I first came across is the newer one and begins with a sales video stating that you have a website “ready to go” and that you are already earning money with that website. All you have to do is continue watching the video.

That and of course to purchase the product so that you can access your website already making money.

This is all complete nonsense and a tactic I have seen time and time again used by those involved with scams. There’s no such thing as making money on “auto-pilot”. You are not actually earning money by watching the Affiliate Millionaire Club’s sales video.

Which I am sure you already knew.

Here are a few other things I would like to point out about the Affiliate Millionaire Club that draws red flags and can commonly be found amongst scam websites.

Not Actual Members

The Affiliate Millionaire Club placed a few testimonies within their sales video. These testimonies not only give social proof that the system works but can be very convincing to potential buyers who land on the page.

The only issue is, these testimonies are not of actual Affiliate Millionaire Club members or users. These people were paid to recommend the program:

The “testimonies” shown above are services that can be bought at For about $5, someone from the Fiverr website will vouch for your product – good or bad.

I can assure you that this is no coincidence either. This was done intentionally by the Affiliate Millionaire Club. Here’s another example of them using false testimonies:

I commonly run across this and is something you should be on the lookout for when seeking online opportunities.

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“Secret” Software

Like the completely scripted testimonies, it’s not uncommon for scam websites to try and pitch you some “secretive” software that will change your life and make you a millionaire.

The software that Affiliate Millionaire Club is pushing allegedly took 5 years to put together. What it ultimately does is build ‘income generating affiliate websites in seconds’. According to the video.

It is also advertised that you can make over $4,000 on a daily basis using this secret software. Which I highly doubt.

What You’re Actually Getting

Based on a short demonstration in the video, this software will actually create a website for you.

The problem is, you end up with an unattractive, non-user friendly, one-page website. This, of course, is my opinion but I have some experience with building websites:

The websites you end up with can make money, it’s just highly unlikely due to the sleazy appearance (opinion) of the websites you are being given.

This also comes from the assumption that there is in fact a personal affiliate link inserted within the website and depending on which company represents that affiliate link.

When it comes to doing business online and having your own personal website, there’s one major factor you must consider.

There will be actual people visiting that website. People will always be your customers (unless you’re into lion taming). The other websites generated by the Affiliate Millionaire Club will look more or less the same.

Would you buy from an out-dated, uninformative website like the one above? Why would anyone else?

Is The Affiliate Millionaire Club A Scam?

Although they appear to provide some type of service or software, the end result of this software is not good in my opinion.

You are getting unattractive “already done for you” single page websites. Another issue with this software which I forgot to point out earlier is that other members, who decide to purchase AMC, will have the same exact done for you websites.

Google hates this kind of repetition. Duplicate websites never do well in terms of ranking.

Due to the fake testimonies and the lousy software, I do not recommend using the Affiliate Millionaire Club.

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    Mike - 5 years ago

    Hi Jason,

    Great review, thank you. My biggest frustration having started in affiliate marketing has to be the amount of scams out there trying to ‘help’ you get started, seems like you have unearthed another one here. Great spot unerthing the reviewers on Fiverr, that wouldn’t even have occured to me.

    Is there any other site/program that compares to or could suppliment Wealthy Affiliate?

      Jason - 5 years ago

      Hi Mike,

      To answer your question, I would have to say No.

      When you consider all of the things that come with being a Premium member at Wealthy Affiliate, it’s hard to compare it to anything else out there.

    heather webster
    heather webster - 5 years ago

    Just read your review thankyou just paid 47. 06 to them hopefully I can get my money back. and another one for 39.95 what do you know about money pages have I been fooled again

      Jason - 5 years ago

      Hi Heather,

      Landing pages are often referred to as money pages. These are pages designed to get website customers/visitors to take action on something you are offering or selling.

      Either way, I hope you are able to get this sorted out with The Affiliate Millionaire Club.

    Adom - 5 years ago

    I just for affiliate millionaire club and I don’t got no password or username or anything .anybody know what i should do ??

    Adom - 5 years ago

    I just signed up and I don’t got no u username or password somebody help me what should I do ??

      Jason - 5 years ago

      Hey Adom,

      Try getting in touch with The Affiliate Millionaire Club. The email that they provide is:

      If they do not respond, then I would contact my bank or credit card to see if they can help you with a refund.

    lesa - 5 years ago

    I want to make money

      Jason - 5 years ago

      Hi Lesa, Start here.

    Eric Chen
    Eric Chen - 4 years ago

    Hello Jason,

    Thanks for your review on the affiliate millionaire club. Honestly, it looked quite promising when I first landed on their page. However, it did provide me with a too good to be true feeling, so I wanted to dig deeper before spending money.

    Thanks to your article, I will NOT give them my business. Keep exposing these schemes!


      Jason - 4 years ago

      Will do, Eric!

      Yes, we definitely recommend avoiding the Affiliate Millionaire Club.

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