Name: 12 Day Millionaire
Owner: Josh (AKA Benjamin Carter)
Type Of Product: Pre-made websites
Price To Get Started: $37
Overall Rank: 1/5 Stars
Wondering if it really is possible for you to become a millionaire in under 2 weeks with 12 day millionaire?
Chances are if you’ve landed on this website this system has intrigued you but you’re still a little skeptical and you aren’t exactly sure if this is the real deal or another scam designed to take your money and leave you with nothing.
Am I right?
Kudos for doing your research before handing your hard earned money over to another potential con artist who’s only out to take your money and leave you more confused than you were when you started.
Just the name of this system should have you second guessing the legitimacy of this site and wondering how in the world it can make you a millionaire in such a short amount of time.
In the following review, I’ll be exposing this system and showing you exactly what you’ll be getting yourself into before you join.
What Exactly Is 12 Day Millionaire?
That’s a great question and I wondered the same thing as I was watching the sales video presentation.
Within the first 20- 30 seconds you’re told that you can start making money with only 3 clicks of your mouse and have money deposited into your account with little to no effort on your part.
According to the sales video, you’ll be provided with a cash flow website that is currently already making money and that Josh will copy these over to you once you join.
Sound a little too good to be true?
That’s the same thing I thought as I continued to do my research on this system.
Josh reassures you multiple times that he does all the work for you and takes care of all the technical details. The only thing you need to do is check your stats a couple times a week to make sure the money is flowing into your account and everything is running smoothly.
You’re Lied To Multiple Times Throughout The Sales Video
One of the things that I absolutely can’t stand is being lied to especially within the first 30 seconds of a sales presentation.
As I continued to do my research on this program I was able to find out that the guy in the video whos name is supposedly Josh is only an alias.
As I made my way to the product purchase page I was able to discover that his real name is Benjamin Carter.
See Screenshot Below!!
Also, you’re told that your account has already been set up for you and is currently making you money already as you’re watching the sales video which is another bold faced lie!!
As if that wasn’t enough, Josh, AKA Benjamin Carter then goes on to tell you that they will be closing the doors on this opportunity tonight and will NEVER be offered to the general public again.
This is nothing but pure BS and one of the most unethical marketing techniques used to lure you in and make you feel like you’re missing out on some golden opportunity.
An Inside Look Into The Member’s Area
If you were to actually invest the $37 to access the so called training in the member’s area here is what you can expect.
Based on the ridiculous claims and fake testimonials that I saw in the sales video, I wasn’t expecting much of anything in the member’s area.
To my surprise, there was actually a decent amount of content available to you, which was pretty shocking, to say the least.
As I started to go through a few of these modules I found them to be nowhere even close to what you’re told that you’ll be getting in the sales video and as a matter of fact it’s the complete opposite.
If you’re a complete newbie who is just getting started online then this training (if you wanna call it that) will likely confuse the crap out of you as there is ZERO explanation of what you’re supposed to be doing or why you’re doing it.
For example, in the sales video, you’re told that there is already money in your commission account and all you need to do is check your stats to make sure the money continues to keep coming in.
However, in the first module, you’re told that you need to signup with various affiliate programs that are relevant to your niche.
Also, there is no explanation of what a niche is and you’re simply told to pick one of the more popular ones like health & fitness and grab your links.
Focuses On Paid Traffic
As you can see in the screenshot above there is a huge emphasis on getting traffic from paid sources like Facebook ads, Google Adwords, Bing Ads, as well as other advanced marketing techniques.
Don’t get me wrong this can be an excellent way to get traffic to your site but if you’re new and have no idea what you’re doing you’ll likely burn through hundreds of dollars within no time.
This is an advanced marketing strategy and not something that I would recommend to anyone who is just getting started online.
In one of the training videos you’re told about a Clickbank product in the weight loss niche that dates back to as far as 2013.
Also, in the video description, it says that this product was last seen in the Clickbank marketplace in July 2015 (nearly 3 years ago)
To be honest with you guys today, it looks like they threw together some rehashed PLR content and put together an extremely poor video presentation with no clear direction as to what you’re supposed to be doing.
Here’s What I Liked About It
About the only thing this product has going for it is that it’s a JVzoo product which means you can get a refund if you’re not satisfied with it.
Also, if you were foolish enough to buy into the hype and overexaggerated claims then this should teach you a lesson not to fall for shady programs like this that claim you can earn money within the first few minutes of plugging into the system.
Here’s What I Didn’t Like About It
- Misleading & extremely hyped up income claims
- Super secret system that’s never been revealed to the general public
- You don’t receive a pre-existing cash flowing website
- Outdated & poor quality video training
- Fake Testimonials
Is 12 Day Millionaire A Scam?
If I were to base this purely on the sales video without taking a look at what you’re offered in the member’s area, then Yes I would say that this is nothing more than a big fat scam.
However, since you do get some type of content for the $37 price tag, I can’t technically call this a scam but it’s about as borderline as you can get.
They keep the system a secret and offer no explanation as to what you’ll get before you join and this is wrong on so many levels.
They make it seem like you’re purchasing an already done for you pre-build website that is already generating money on autopilot.
In reality, you’re buying some outdated, overpriced, and rehashed PLR crap that gives you no direction as to what you need to do and will likely leave you more confused then you were before you handed over your $37.
What I Really Think
Making money online is definitely possible but I can promise you that it won’t happen using this system.
It’s actually programs like this that give the whole make money online industry a bad name and the reason why people think everything online is a scam.
Learning the proper way to build a profitable business online takes lots of hard work, time, and a great amount of effort on your part before you start to see any results.
For years I used to fall for low quality programs like this that claimed I would make thousands or even millions of dollars for simply plugging into it and setting everything up.
It wasn’t until I wised up and discovered for myself that these type of people had no interest in helping me make my first $1 online and they were just looking to fatten their wallet and take my money.
Eventually, I discovered a company called Wealthy Affiliate that actually cared about helping me become successful online.
Instead of feeding me a bunch of lies about how much money I would make once I joined they provided me with quality training and walked me through how to set everything up.
They also went out of their way to answer my questions and get me started in the right direction.
If you have ever shown an interest in learning the proper way to build a business online with no hype or overexaggerated money claims then I would highly recommend that you check them out for yourself and see what they can do for you.
Anyway, I really hope this review has given you guys an inside look at what you can expect with this system before investing any of your hard earned money into it.
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~Your Friend, Scott~