Secret Millionaire Bot Review

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For those people looking for a program online with which to make money there is a lot to choose from. But, many programs are just scams dressed up to look like genuine make money online training. Others are very low quality programs that have been put together on the back of a cigarette packet!

So, let’s see just what the Secret Millionaire Bot is all about!

Firstly, I have to say, if something seems too good to be true, it usually is! The sales page is so full of hype that it is hard to take it seriously. Always, I find from my 11 years of online marketing experience, if a sales page doesn’t give you an idea of what it is all about, steer well clear!

Let’s dive into the Sales Page in Detail

First off in the header it states that there are “only a few copies remain”! This is a digital product so do not be fooled by that. The only reason for this would be if they were going to take the product down after a short space of time. This is being sold on Clickbank so this will be around for a fair while!

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Next you come to the video. The person claims to be called Charles Allen and he is apparently a member of an “elite secret society of millionaires”! If you go to the bottom of the page you will see in the small print that it states that the person in the video is using a pen name. Must be to hide his real identity? I wonder why that is? I am guessing it has nothing to do with the so called secret society of millionaires? Not only that but the 2 video testimonials are done by people who are voice over artists available on Fiverr.com!!

Next you will see that apparently there are 1294 people in the queue waiting for access. Well, for a start, how do they know that? And if you click away and come back the next day, the number is the same – so more false info!

The next part is beyond belief:

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Now if you are worldly wise you will know some of these names!

  • Donald Trimps – really!? And from Washinton without a G – quality!
  • Paula Yates from the UK! Paula Yates was married to Bob Geldof and was a TV presenter who died of a heroin overdose in 2000. Rather tacky to use her name.
  • Natasha Beddingfield! Not the singer songwriter then?!
  • Nigel Reo-Coker! Nigel is a professional footballer (soccer) who used to play for some of the UK’s leading clubs but has now sunk without trace!

I cannot take this sales page seriously after that. To use names that are so obviously fake is beyond belief.

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Next up is a typo – they left out the word ‘to’. This is such a poor thing to let slip on a sales page. Have the product owners never heard of proof reading?

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So, What is the Bot All About?

Well, calling it a bot conjures up a picture of a clever software that will do most of the work for you. I guess that is why they called it that. The actual product is an outdated generic training program on affiliate marketing. If you are silly enough to pay the $37 for the product (or take the $17 discounted price when you try to leave the sales page) then you are hit with a ton of upsells. These go into the hundreds and are not a lot of good to you.

If you are not aware of what affiliate marketing is it is simply described as this:

You sell other peoples products and when a sale is made you make a commission. There is obviously a lot more to it than that, but that is it in a nutshell.

Conclusion of our Secret Millionaire Bot Review

So, is Secret Millionaire Bot a scam? I wouldn’t want to use that particular word but I will say that the sales page is very misleading and is full of lies. That is enough to tell me that if the sales page is not what it seems, then the product will be the same. Making money online is possible, in fact I know of people who are earning 6 and 7 figures online. I have had 2 mentors over the last few years. One has made £50 million online and the other has made over £20 million! Yes really!

I am a member of an online community that has helped hundreds of thousands to create an online business. The people over there range from 18 to 8o years of age and are based all around the world. In all my time running an online business, I have never before found a place that gives so much great training and support.

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