As we know, nowadays there are thousands of opportunities to work from home online. Of course there are thousands of them that are scams.
I recently heard of an opportunity and the name really caught my attention. Does its name say it all? Is Million Dollar Replicator a scam?
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A Million Dollar Replicator
Is this legit? If you are like me, I believe the name says it all. This is not legit. I was able to come to that conclusion as soon as I read the name.
If I thought for one second that this was a legit opportunity, my mind would definitely be changed after watching the sales pitch video. I will explain, but let me first give you some product information.
A Million Dollar Replicator:
Website URL: http://milliondollarreplicator.com/live/?hop=0
Owner/Creator: Michael Sachs
Created: November 2018
Price: $37 or $17 if you go to exit the page
My Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
As I am watching the video, I truly wanted to just back out. I get so tired of these lame ass same ole sales pitches. It honestly makes me sick.
After joining A Million Dollar Replicator I am going to live the life of luxury, travel to exotic destinations, drive fancy cars and have a mansion. Yup the same crap they all say to REEL you in.
But I love what I do and I do it for you, so I stuck around and I paid that $17 to join. I don’t want to give you information that I haven’t experienced for myself, plus there is a money back guarantee. That earned 1 star.
It always cracks me up because they try to sell you this BS by telling you that their scheme isn’t full of hype and nonsense yet they call other programs who do the same thing, BS. Are they not aware of how they make themselves look? I reckon they don’t care cause they are rolling in money and we aren’t.
How Does Million Dollar Replicator Work
That is a good question. For one, I can tell you that it does NOT work. Before I even purchased it to give you an honest review, I seen all the classic red flags that it is a scam. I will list them for you a little later on.
Million Dollar Replicator is also a product of ClickBank. I am all to aware that this does not make it a legit product by any means. Unfortunately you will come across a few of these on ClickBank. They do have legitimate ones too though.
Back to the task at hand. According to Michael he has joined up with a team of other professionals and they have been able to duplicate the most “lucrative opportunities” and replicate them for you.
This system searches out guaranteed profits and replicates them. The system runs 24/7 and the money just pours in. OK, this crap is getting deep.
I couldn’t take the video anymore which was when I went against my judgment and joined the program to gain that inside look.
Once inside, of course I was hit with them wanting me to buy the PREMIUM VERSION. I am not spending $147 on something I don’t even trust to begin with.
I did expect this. I mean they went from $37 to $17 on the initial price when I went to exit their page. That was just their way to get me through the door.
However, I clicked on the no thanks link and thought it was supposed to take me to the members’ area. It did not. Instead, it took me to the payment information page again, wanting me to pay the $147.
I am not paying that. I am sorry. I emailed their support as well as put in a ticket with ClickBank.
ClickBank is awesome when it comes to this stuff, and have a great history of refunding your money.
It took a few days for me to receive an email from ClickBank which actually held the correct link for me to access the members’ are for Milliom Dollar Replicator. Now we will find out what it really is about.
How It Works
Once I received the actual link to get me inside, I was advised to watch a LIVE training webinar ran by John Crestani. This would give me the training on how to earn a 6 figure income online.
Lucky me, the live webinar was just minutes away from when I had logged in to the A Million Dollar Replicator members’ area. I signed up for the LIVE webinar.
OMG. I wanted to leave as soon as it started. This guy had money laying ALL OVER a table. I can not stand this type of business strategy AT ALL!
I don’t know about you, but this is the type of SH!$ that causes me to back out and never look back. I stayed as I wanted to hear his TRAINING.
For a whole 3 hours, I listened to what he had to say about how he has gotten to the point of making over $100,000 a day. Mind you, this is supposed to be live. The only messages that were visible in the chat room, were my own.
in the beginning he said that we would learn how to be successful without clients, products, email list or an audience. That is REALLY funny because later in the training he tells you how to place PAID ADS with a specific audience.
Yes, I will spare you the details to this 3 hour long LIVE webinar. He basically just told us about some strategies that I have a lot of skepticism about.
Like getting buyers list from affiliates (if they will even give them to you) and then Facebook will create a list based off of the buyers list and then create your audience to put your ads in front of.
The one thing I want to mention before leaving this webinar subject, is that when it FINALLY got close to the end, I knew for a fact that it was not live, which explains why no other messages were visible in the chat area.
John was talking to members’ who were watching the webinar on by video I believe. These members’ kept saying NIGHT, when it was morning. Yes, in different parts of the world it may have been night.
One member whom he spoke with, was from the USA where I live. It was definitely morning here in the US. I hate lies. It definitely was not a live webinar.
WHAT IT WAS however, was an attempt to try to get you to sign up with Super Affiliate System 2.0. What the heck man. Just being tossed around like a rag doll here.
I of course am not paying $997 to join. I exited out and went back to the members’ are and once again, I am confronted with another chance to spend more money.
All I want to do is find out how this replicator system works. The free website that I was supposed to receive will require me to sign up with CoolHandle who in return will BUILD my website and place ads on it. I just have to pay for the domain name and hosting. Nope, I am not doing that either.
First of all how can you purchase a domain name if you have no clue as to what your niche is or what you are even going to be selling. As of right now, we still know nothing, right?
I have yet to see anything that says this system is a done for you system or that it has any type of value whatsoever.
The training they provide is actually provided by Clickbank.
How it works is that it puts you on a wild goose chase and hope you spend a lot of money while you are searching for REPLICATION.
Heed The Warning
I want to show you some red flags that we look for when we are searching for work from home opportunities and side hustles.
The first red flag is the obvious one of being told you can make a lot of money in as little as a day. The second is that you can earn money on autopilot. According to Michael it is true.
But since they have already made so much money, they are allowing you to cash in on this secret system that they created 2 years ago. It has been kept secret until now.
Yup, you guessed it. At least they know to just add the logos and not actually say that they are featured or trusted by those sites.
Especially since they are trying to imply that they are trusted with McAfee.
I was going to purchase this program in order to give you an honest review.
I was advised not to share my information as the site is not trusted. This would be red flag number 4.
My lock by my search bar had already advised me that the site was not trusted.
Now, would you give them your credit/debit card info to pay $17 and risk loosing so much more than that?
Probably not and I strongly advise against it. I went ahead and took the plunge though, so I can give you an inside look. I won’t lie though I was very nervous.
Red flag number 5 would be the fact that one of their paid actors for their testimony is a guy who has been seen giving testimonies for other programs like FastCash Club.
These are people that these companies find who are willing to give false testimonies and success stories on products they have never heard of let alone actually tried and they get paid for doing it. No concious whatsoever.
Right now my thoughts are that I am REALLY glad this one is over with. It was actually quite exhausting and nauseating. When you join any work from home opportunity or make money online program, you should never be led on a wild goose chase to find the information needed.
Once you sign up to join, you should be taken straight to the members’ area and have instructions on what you need to do to progress.
Training needs to be easily accessible as well as support. Granted I only paid $17 dollars, but I still expected to be shown what brought me there to begin with. Not the training from ClickBank.
I can get that just by being a member of ClickBank, which I am a member. Why would I pay for premium when I haven’t seen the first sign of a system that does everything they claim it does. I have only seen other programs wanting my money.
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Please be observant when you are searching for an online opportunity. Watch for the red flags. if you aren’t sure and would like to have someone else take a look, just let me know down below. I would love to research it for you.
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Wishing you the best in all you do