MaverickMoneyMakers

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by mapiklfish, Mar 12, 2009.

  1. mapiklfish

    mapiklfish New Member

    Anyone signed up for Maverick Money Makers and is it legit?
     
  2. innerpeace

    innerpeace New Member

    Hey mapiklfish

    I've not purchased MMM personally - I consider it a package that I'll move on to once I get some good solid income from my initial investment in My Online Income System.

    I have heard that there is a lot of valuable content - and the videos by Mack Michaels are supposed to be very useful indeed and really worth the investment.

    On the other hand, there is a flood of information that has a tendency to overwhelm some people. And apparently Mack isn't always directly available if you ring up for support.

    I think it was with MMM that I heard you pay a monthly subscription... so I'd be a little wary of that too.

    If you're an advanced beginner / early intermediate who's already making a bit of money online then it could be suitable... but I'd do a little more research yourself - and be wary of guys who may only be making it look good because they'll make money out of it.

    There'll be plenty more good advice from the guys at this forum too.

    Good luck mate.

    IP
     
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  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I have heard some good things about it as well, but $97 a month is a LOT of money to invest. If I were you, I would only purchase it if you have the money readily available, and you have a lot of time in the next month to watch the videos and implement what he teaches you - that way you can cancel the following month so you don't have to shell out another $97.
     
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  4. thebart

    thebart New Member

    I have done a lot of reseach on MMM, and it does look like a legitimate program. I would stress however that it does not look like a program for beginners. That is a lot of money to be laying out on the table if you are not confident that you are going to be able to commit the time to recoup the cost and generate profit on top of that overhead cost. Bottem line is that I think the program is valid, you need to make the final call as to whether or not you are ready to make the commitment to the program.
     
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  5. CopynProfit

    CopynProfit New Member

    Hey guys I can tell you for a fact MMM is legit! they have been #1 in clickbank for quite a wile now.

    Sold about 100 copys to my lists and had no complaints.
     
  6. newbiz02

    newbiz02 New Member

    thebart: I would stress however that it does not look like a program for beginners. That is a lot of money to be laying out on the table if you are not confident that you are going to be able to commit the time to recoup the cost and generate profit on top of that overhead cost.
    This is so true. newbies just have to resist the hype.
    Some programs are really not for IM beginners,
    especially if it was a monthly subscription. You would spend time trying to figure out what they are talking about, instead of immediately implementing what they are teaching.
     
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  7. Maverique

    Maverique Guest

    Hello!

    I signed up in January. What attracted me is that Mack Michaels offers 7 videos that will walk you through making money online with conventional marketing tools that work - as an affiliate. Those videos cover each of these methods and they are very clear and detailed.

    It is true that you need to pay an amount to get these. But, if you want to take the time and put the effort to learn the ropes of these 7 techniques and push through, it does work. In this case, you don't have to pay monthly so to get more advanced tutorials. Just stick to make those 7 marketing methods work for you.

    I personally finally learned what I couldn't priorly with other mentors.

    There are places on the web where you can look for businesses and have their profiles and stats.

    Good luck.
     
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  8. sjames23

    sjames23 New Member

    works and it's legit. they people calling it a scam or whatever don't put the time into working the system.

    YES I said work. you WILL have to do some work in creating your income but the videos are VERY EASY to follow and the techniques work.

    I have no complaints.
     
  9. mapiklfish

    mapiklfish New Member

    Thanks, sjames23. I have nothing against working for the income. Do you need to have a budget for Adwords to start up or can you start for only your $97 original investment (I realize it's an ongoing subscription).

    Linda
     
  10. 040107

    040107 Member

    Maverique: Hello!

    I signed up in January. What attracted me is that Mack Michaels offers 7 videos that will walk you through making money online with conventional marketing tools that work - as an affiliate. Those videos cover each of these methods and they are very clear and detailed.

    It is true that you need to pay an amount to get these. But, if you want to take the time and put the effort to learn the ropes of these 7 techniques and push through, it does work. In this case, you don't have to pay monthly so to get more advanced tutorials. Just stick to make those 7 marketing methods work for you.

    I personally finally learned what I couldn't priorly with other mentors.

    There are places on the web where you can look for businesses and have their profiles and stats.

    Good luck.

    sjames23: works and it's legit. they people calling it a scam or whatever don't put the time into working the system.

    YES I said work. you WILL have to do some work in creating your income but the videos are VERY EASY to follow and the techniques work.

    I have no complaints.

    Is there a system or just a bunch of videos?

    Exactly how many videos are there? Not just 7 I hope![​IMG]
     
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  11. innerpeace

    innerpeace New Member

    Guys,

    I just started hearing some not so good things about Maverick Money Makers - for instance that Mack Michaels is the same guy as Chris Luck - a guy that ran IncomeGreed.com and took a lot of people for a ride (just google 'incomegreed').

    Now I don't know Mack=Chris for a fact, but there's an audio of 'Chris' which people say sounds exactly like 'Mack Michaels'. I wouldn't disagree.

    There are some people who claim to be happy with Maverick Money Makers and say they're making a bit of money online.

    However, I know I will be updating my site to remove my affiliation with Maverick Money Makers.

    MMM may have some good content, and it may not be a scam as such, but if I can't be 100% certain, I won't recommend it.

    Hope this info is of use. And if you wish to counteract this post, I won't take you seriously if you have an MMM affiliate link in your signature!

    Good luck to all,

    IP
     
  12. Ifindthebest

    Ifindthebest New Member

    Hi guys. I've just stumbled on this site and can see it's an excellent source of info from people actually buying, using and evaluating products. I've stumbled over some real disasters and total scams.

    As far as Maverick Money goes, I can say from personal experience that it's one of the few "real deals" out there. The content is huge and it works you thoroughly through the entire setup and automating process. In 5 months of following the program, I have absolutely no regrets.

    Mack Michaels is referred to as a "real person" by such trusted sources as as Mike Filsaime. The other thing I liked is his no BS approach. He comes across as a sincere, decent person.

    Yes it's very hard to know who is reputable and delivers what he promises. I can recommend MMM as one of them. Put in the work and you won't be disappointed.
     
  13. sjames23

    sjames23 New Member

    You don't even need to use Adwords if you don't want to. Adwords is the only way you can lose money. There are over 40 videos with ways to drive traffic for free or very very lost cost.
     
  14. VictoriaNTC

    VictoriaNTC Silver Member

    Does anyone else have a comment?
    How are you doing with this program?

    I am just curious... I feel $97 a month is a little high...

    Have a great day,
    Victoria
     
  15. innerpeace

    innerpeace New Member

    Hey Victoria,

    I came across this forum discussion in relation to MMM.

    (Hope I'm allowed to post a rival forum's thread. Apologies if not, Vishal... obviously your work-at-home-forum is the best!)

    Click here (don't worry - no affiliate shenanigans)

    Obviously these are just people's views so make up your own minds.

    Would be interested to hear what other people make of this - especially if you can truthfully say that you are using MMM and applying its methods successfully i.e. actually making the money it promises you can make.

    Best,

    IP
     
  16. innerpeace

    innerpeace New Member

    Please excuse me for replying to my own post - just found some more info... funnily enough because Ifindthebest mentioned Mike Filsaime.

    Anyway, hopefully this summary of information will provide further insight into Maverick Money Makers for those of you who are contemplating purchase. Bear in mind this comes from a person who actually paid to be a member of MMM.

    Video Source --> youtube MMM review

    1. There are so many 'organic results' from people who are trying to get you to join through their link (I notice Ifindthebest has such a link on his site... though I admit I used to have one until I found this stuff out!). These people are trying to sell it to you.

    2. Most people promoting it are NOT members and have never used the program (lots of affiliates through Clickbank). They just want your cash.

    3. There are plenty of indications that the guy could be a liar - he claims that MMM is the original moneymaking club since 1997... but MMM was registered on September 3rd 2008.

    4. There's a whole banner of high-profile media names 'As seen on CNN, Fox News etc...' Research has been done into the truth behind this... and there was no evidence that MMM or Mack Michaels ever had any affiliation with these networks.

    5. Picture on site is not Mack Michaels (don't know what was behind this conclusion...)

    6. June 2008 - 'Mack Michaels' was 'Chris Clayton' (and at least two other names before that!)

    7. Chris Clayton's Incomegreed.com was very similar to MMM. Lots of unhappy customers who paid a fortune for strategies that weren't working for them, and 'Chris' couldn't help them and then disappeared...

    8. CPA offers / MillNic video that are advertise on the sales page are apparently not detailed on the inside.

    9. There used to be a fake urgency statement of '17' places left. When people cottoned on to this it was changed to claim you can join 'over 2,437' people who are already making thousands online...

    10. Some strategies don't work - for being such an expert (you would think a millionaire from online marketing would be an expert), why does Mack advocate methods that get you into trouble with Google Adwords and have your accounts suspended from forums for violating the rules?


    Again, I would be very interested in hearing any more thoughts and comments on Maverick Money Makers.

    Especially fact-based ones from real members.


    Watch out for the sharks,

    IP
     
  17. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    innerpeace: (Hope I'm allowed to post a rival forum's thread. Apologies if not, Vishal... obviously your work-at-home-forum is the best!)
    Links to good resources are always appreciated [​IMG] Only thing is that they should not be self-serving.
     
  18. redsadie

    redsadie New Member

    Hiya

    I did join MMM about 4 days ago because of the great sales page and video I watched, thought, "I can do that!" (it's nowhere I can find on the membership site). I have tried one of his quick money blueprints to teat the water, so to speak. The videos are great sources of information and easy to follow, the only thing I have found so far is that there are many videos you need to watch BEFORE you implement anything so you don't spend advertising money unnecessarily.

    I blundered on in, thinking I knew what I was doing, only to find that I needed a few other things (that cost money - not much, but more than I anticipated) to actually implement the campaign I am doing. I was getting pretty frustrated with myself, but had I taken the time to look through the content thoroughly, I wouldn't've saved myself money but I would've known what I was in for and saved a lot of frustration!

    I have learned an awful lot in these past few days about HTML and how to get ads online easily and legally but I do feel some information needs to be updated to be included all in the same place, or at least a tag line on the end of the videos to say 'to implement this you will need to watch such and such video because there has been updates', or something along those lines.

    The one thing that has really bugged me though and I am going to contact them about is the fact I did pay $97 (which after clickbank tax was ??81 about $116), because I didn't 'navigate away' from the page. Had I navigated away, I would have received an offer of almost a 20% discount (which I assume is the amount payable monthly thereafter?).

    Don't get me wrong, I think it's great content and well delivered, but why should I pay 20% more than someone who was going to leave the page, just because I thought it was a good thing and carried on with the enrollment process??

    I am happy so far inasmuch I have managed to get a campaign up and running, but I haven't made any $$$ yet which is the reason I joined. We'll see, I might just get my money back, not sure yet, it's early days and I'm not afraid of the learning curve.

    If it was so easy, why isn't everyone doing it???

    Just my 2c [​IMG]
     
  19. VictoriaNTC

    VictoriaNTC Silver Member

    Thank you both IP and redsadie for your research and time.
    I appreciate it so much.
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Victoria
     
  20. dlozen

    dlozen New Member

    A $97.00 a month investment is NOTHING compared to starting a brick and mortar business. I had a franchise with Doubledaves pizza that took 500K to get started and that didn't count monthly rent and payroll...

    The GREAT thing about the Internet is you can start a business for a couple hundred dollars and earn that back in a matter of a couple weeks or days...
     

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