Beware of the Modern Millionaire Scam
Last Update: Jun 15, 2020
Please be wary of this company, the "Modern Millionaire," which claims to be selling a masterclass in selling your online marketing services to local businesses.
- The "class" does not sell for the amount advertised. They will charge almost 4x the price once they have your credit card.
- The "class" isn't a class. It's a dreadful, two hour long pre-recorded video that doesn't offer any more information than your average free webinar, and tries to sell you both software and a program to make you rich-- for more additional funds. If you really want to listen to these two guys brag for over 2 hours about their fabulous lifestyle without giving you any real information, this is the place.
- The extra bonuses don't really come with the advertised price of the class. They charge for it, without telling you anywhere that they are doing so, or offering any "no thank you" action button. (I only know because I checked my credit card statement as soon as I saw the low quality of the class.)
Here is a screenshot of their offer, for which they will charge you $36.94:
Why did I even try this? I like to learn from new teachers, since sometimes information sticks better if it is explained in a new way. Also, I could be the poster-child for "shiny object syndrome."
Just stick with WA, folks. With Jay's trainings every Friday, you get all this information as part of being a WA Premium member. You're safe, informed, part of the community, and never have to worry that you're being taken advantage of.
I have a scathing email out to their customer support, demanding a full refund. I'll let you all know what happens with that.