makingmillionairesonline - has anyone tried this before

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by urbie, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. urbie

    urbie New Member

    Obviously nobody can make millions online without effort. Just wondering if the tips given in this program are worth something to at least make a few bucks.

  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Well...take a look at the eBay screenshot in the middle of the guy's sales page, and notice that he used the quality-and-deals as his eBay user name.

    He describes himself as a Power Seller, but there is no Power Seller icon next to his account name when you visit to look up the account, which makes me believe his eBay screenshot was doctored. Also, this account is no longer active according to eBay, at least not when I made this post. I don't know why a power seller's account would be innactive...

    Here's what's really funny:

    He's got $27,635.78 circled as his earnings, yet, right next to that, you can see that he recently sold an item for only 55 cents! Don't tell me you are going to earn $27,000 from 55 cent auctions!

    Oh yeah, if you scroll down further and look at the Clickbank screenshot, you can tell it has been modified. If you look closely enough, you'll see a very light greyish shading around the dates at the top, and also the amounts for each day.

    This smells like a SCAM to me. If the guy changes the images on his website and comes back here and says that I'm making all of this stuff up, I took a screenshot of his website and have "proof".

    Based on this one little piece of evidence, I think that this guy is FULL OF CRAP! He's a total "faker" who has no idea how to make money on his own, at least not without lying.

    If you really want to make money online, I'd suggest Wealthy Affiliate instead...unlike this guy, the guys at Wealthy Affiliate don't have to "pretend" to know what they are doing.
  3. urbie

    urbie New Member

    Thanks getagrip,

    I also noticed the screenshots. I looked up this ebay ID before and it is no registered user anymore anyhow.

    I guess I can easily sell stuff for $27k w/o making anything for me[​IMG]

    I will check out Wealthy Affiliate.
  4. Lindsey Lowhand

    Lindsey Lowhand New Member

    It seems like there are so many scams. It must be really tough for people find something that will work for them. I joined a free program so that I'm not risking anything. After reading posts like this I am so happy that I did not fall for the hype.
  5. Carpathia

    Carpathia New Member

    Exactly Lindsey! I was very tempted and even almost dropped money on one of these scams but thankfully just started with a free program. Unfortunately, all kinds of people are getting taken for a ride by these scams.

  6. makemoneyonline

    makemoneyonline New Member

    Yes it really is hard to find something legit. That is why these forums exist. Its amazing how much info you can find in the forums!
  7. LuckyRon

    LuckyRon New Member

    Sorry moneymaker, I don't like to point fingers but it is obvious to the trained eye that ScamSeekeers is a profit lance venture designed with the sole pupose of promoting ProfitLance.

    These are the type of secret tactics that some so called "Internet Insiders" are trying to sell to others. Set up a bogus review site and use it to promote your own business.

    I am not saying that profit lance is a scam because I have never ordered the product. I am saying that a legitamate business review site should not promote any product. An honest review site should be completely un-biased.

    There are some legitamate anti-scam and business review sites but they are hard to find and most all of them should be looked at with suspicion.

    No hard feelings I hope. My post here is made with a purpose of fairness and a desire to educate. Your welcome to change my opinion. I try to have an open mind.

    p.s. I hope you didn't fall for it and kept your money in your pocket. People who use these tactics should not prosper they are clogging the internet with sewage.

    Some Like It Freee!!!!!

    CSGWAHM New Member

    Sounds like a scam to me, too. Unfortunately, there are alot of hardworking, honest people who will buy into it.
  9. LuckyRon

    LuckyRon New Member

    Believe me I have learned the hard way more than once.

    My motto:

    "Keep your money in your pocket and your fingers on the keyboard"
  10. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Quoting: LuckyRonSorry moneymaker, I don't like to point fingers but it is obvious to the trained eye that ScamSeekeers is a profit lance venture designed with the sole pupose of promoting ProfitLance.

    As much as I'm not a fan of Profit Lance because of some "very disturbing" things I discovered about it after I ordered it, I will say that its not a scam (you can read more about the reasons I don't promote it in the thread below):

    However, if Holly (makemoneyonline) believes in Profit Lance, she has a right to write a review about it and promote it as well. Its nice to be able to recommend something you believe in.

    I do agree that there are a lot of "biased" reviews out there and even some that are totally made up, but if you believe in a product and have a positive experience with it, I see no problem in writing a review for it and promoting it in your signature file.

    When you think about it, that's really not very different than NOT writing a review about a product, but still promoting it in your signature, although with a review, you are giving an informed opinion about a particular product, but if you direct link to it, you are not.

    Having said that, the fact of the matter is that just about everyone in this forum is promoting something in their signature file, whether they write a review about it or not. No one should be called out for linking to a product review in their signature file unless they are promoting an obvious scam.
  11. LuckyRon

    LuckyRon New Member

    I agree we are all promoting something and there is nothing wrong with using your signature to promote. I just don't agree with the tactics some people use.

    After careful review of Holly's site I have softened my position. I now realize that it is a blatant endorsement of Profit Lance and not a covert endorsement. The site is very informative and well written. I can see there is a definite value.

    I often visit a forum called scams where reviews on many different programs are encouraged and participation is open. I was confusing her site to be a twisted version of that format. I was wrong.

    I really shouldn't blame her for having a clever domain name.

    This is starting to hurt but okay here it is:

    Holly aka MakeMoneyOnline,

    Please accept my appology for the unfair critique of your post. I will try to mend my ways and practice more restraint when I'm up late at night under the influence and posting to forums.[​IMG]

    P.S. I'll give you $100 for that scamseekers domain name.

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