Home Income Millionaire Review (Something Really Interesting…)

Home Income Millionaire review

Welcome to my Home Income Millionaire review!

I'm really happy you're doing your homework and researching this one before you decide to make a purchase. That's very smart because this video makes a lot of promises that seem a little too good to be true.

For instance:

They say that you can become a millionaire and you only need to put in a few minutes of work per day because their team of experts are going to handle almost everything.

But how does this work?

Is it really true?

Well, I found out something about this program that is interesting. Very interesting.

Let me take you through the sales video, the pros and cons and whether or not I recommend you purchase this product.

Let's dive right into this Home Income Millionaire review.

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Home Income Millionaire Summary

Product: Home Income Millionaire
Cost: $97
Owner(s): Mark? 
Good For: Mostly the owner. You can potentially make money, but you'll more likely lose your shirt. 

Home Income Millionaire review

What is Home Income Millionaire?

This is how the Home Income Millionaire sales video starts off:

Home Income Millionaire review has red flags from the start

We already have several red flags just from this snapshot. You have:

  • A fancy car picture luring you in
  • Saying you can get paid $1000s after watching the video
  • Saying there are a limited amount of spots available
  • These are all just marketing tricks trying to get you excited about the possibilities.

Fake Testimonials

The video starts off with some testimonials. The first guy claims that because of this system, he and his wife are now living a lifestyle they always talked about. He's amazed at how well he's doing.

The second guy says that he's averaging over $9000 a week. The next guy says that he got four checks last week for a total of $37,456.

Fake testimonials in the Home Income Millionaire review

You can see there's a disclaimer under the picture. It says: "Results shown are not typical. Please see the earnings disclaimer for typical results."

The earnings disclaimer basically says that these testimonials are stock images to protect the identities of the "real" people and that they can't guarantee any earnings because it's up to you what to do with the information that they provide.

The problem with these testimonials isn't that the results aren't typical, it's that they don't exist at all. These are actors and actresses from a popular freelancer site.

Even more fake testimonials

I've seen some of these people before in other reviews. They're not making money with this system. They're getting paid to pretend they are.

This is my biggest red flag. Because if the product was good and actually did make people money, it would be really, really easy to find real testimonials. (And they wouldn't need to hide themselves either. That's just silly.)

Moving on...

Make a Lot of Money with No Work?

The sales video claims that these guys are just regular people who are now making money "by the truckload" every single week. Well, we know that's definitely not true.

The video claims that you will now get to become a millionaire and you won't even have to lift a finger.

You don't even have to lift a finger to make money?

We could stop this review right now because this is your typical shady sales video that promises the world and doesn't deliver.

However:

I find these to be entertaining, and in case you haven't had the experience of seeing what these are like, we're going to keep going.

The sales video then goes on to say that they guarantee we will earn a minimum of $500 just by watching the video. (Um, their disclaimer says they can't guarantee you'll make money?!) Mark even tells us that we'll see our first $5000 this week if we start today.

How is this possible? (It's not.) 


How Does Home Income Millionaire Work?

Well, we have no idea because Mark doesn't reveal what it is you'll be doing to earn millions of dollars. Funny how that works.

He does say that this is so exclusive that we will be asked to sign an NDA when we sign up. An NDA is a non-disclosure agreement which basically says you can't talk about what's happening inside a company.

This is probably the most ridiculous thing I've heard from these sales videos so far. And that's saying a lot because I've heard a lot of ridiculous things!

Mark says all you need to do is refer people to the quality, high-end products that are available through a multi-million dollar company, and his team will close the sales. He says we don't have to do any of the hard work, and finding the people who want these products will be easy too.

Hmmm...

Now Here's the Really Interesting Part

They refer to the product in the sales video as Millionaire Coach, which, from my research, was actually a product called 21 Step Millionaire Coach. They likely re-branded it and put it back out there as Home Income Millionaire since 21 Step Millionaire Coach got a lot of bad reviews. 

That happens a lot with these get-rich-quick schemes.

From my research, 21 Step Millionaire Coach was basically a funnel into the high-ticket program MOBE. MOBE was shut down by the FTC.

So where does Home Income Millionaire lead? They must have picked another high-ticket offer to promote. However, I don't know about you, but I'm not about to spend $97 to find out!

How This (Likely) Really Works

Because I'm not spending $97 to find out what this is like for sure, I'm basing this on my best guess and from what I know of internet products like this:

  1. You spend $97 for this "opportunity".
  2. You likely will get some sort of training for that $97 telling you how to find people for this opportunity (probably through paid advertising).
  3. The "team that handles all the work at closing sales" will contact you and try get you into a high-ticket system. Yes, they will try to close a sale on YOU.
  4. Usually, with these high-ticket offers, the higher amount you pay, the more money you can make.
  5. You'll be tempted to spend thousands of dollars because you want to earn the big money.
  6. You try to find people to get into this same system.
  7. You may be successful, but it's more likely that you'll lose your shirt.

Again, I don't know which high-ticket program they'll try to get you into with this since MOBE was shut down, but be prepared to pay thousands of dollars.

I've seen programs that have people paying upwards of $50,000. I'm not saying this one is like that, but in order to pay people $5000 a week, there are high-priced offers somewhere in the mix.


Is Home Income Millionaire a Scam or Legit?

I can't say for sure that Home Income Millionaire is a scam since I didn't try the program myself.

But there are some BIG red flags here that I hope I've already made you aware of.

Let's take a look again.

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Home Income Millionaire Review - 

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 30-day money-back guarantee if it doesn't work for you
  • You could potentially make a good amount of money with this

Cons

  • You will likely spend WAY more money than you make
  • You could end up spending tens of thousands of dollars to get to the highest payments
  • You could also end up spending thousands of dollars on paid advertising
  • Unknown product owner
  • No idea what you're getting for your $97
  • Previous product name (21 Step Millionaire Coach) tied to a company shut down by the FTC (MOBE)

You CAN Make Money with This, But...

I'm not saying all high-end ticket offers are bad. I have no idea about everything that's out there on the internet. And you CAN potentially make a lot of money with them.

With that said, it's really risky, especially if you're new to this game. If you're just starting in online marketing, I would get your feet wet first before you start investing into these high-ticket offers.

I really don't recommend Home Income Millionaire, not just because of the high-ticket portion of it, but also because they use cheap marketing tricks like promises of thousands of dollars quickly and fake testimonials to lure you into this.

I would really recommend you walk away from this one.

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Learn How to Earn an Income Without All the Tricks

My biggest beef with Home Income Millionaire is all the tricks and lies to try to get you to make a purchase. That means there will likely be more tricks and lies after you purchase.

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Period.

See for yourself.


Conclusion

Could you make money with Home Income Millionaire?

Possibly.

Is it going to be as easy as the sales video makes it out to be?

No.

First of all, no matter what you do, there's going to be a learning curve. This is no different even if the "team" does the harder stuff. You still need to learn how to get people to your offer.

Meanwhile, it's going to cost ya.

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Do you have any questions or comments about this Home Income Millionaire review? What do you think of this being connected to MOBE? Do you have any insights on what it could be connected to now? I'd love to hear your thoughts. Leave them for me below!


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6 thoughts on “Home Income Millionaire Review (Something Really Interesting…)”

  1. Hallo there Christina, 

    I heard about this program a couple of weeks ago but didn’t give it too much thought until I had another recommendation today.

    The features of the program seem very suspicious right off the bat, a luxurious car, being a millionaire and pretty much having the good life without even having to break a sweat because “there are people there to do all the hard work for you”.

    I was scammed a few years ago by a program that had almost the same features and this is a trap I definitely do not want to fall for again. 

    I have come to learn that hard work is the sure way to success. There is no other shortcut.

    I think I’ll just stick to that principle and let this program slide.

    Thanks for really informative review.

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    • Thanks for your thoughts and experiences with this type of program, Dave. I’ve heard of people losing so much money with some of the high-ticket programs like MOBE, it’s really sad. I’m glad you got out of that! 

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  2. Great review and the red flags you mentioned seems about right, especially the point that they use actors for promoting their product and not real testimonials, for me, this is a no-no. Using the word “million” absolutely has a great impression on people, but I think these kinds of reviews help people to spot scams instantly. 

    Thank you

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    • You’re right that people get excited when they think about being a millionaire. Nothing wrong with getting excited or being a millionaire, but get it done in the right way and not by some “get rich quick” product. (Because those won’t get you to millions anyway.) 

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  3. Thanks for this post. I’ve checked on this program and have done my due diligence. From what I tell, it is completely unrelated to company you’ve mentioned which was also my concern. Video is in the fancy side for sure.

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