You must be here because you’ve heard of the “Million Dollar Replicator”. This is a system sold through Clickbank or advertised by affiliate marketers.
I’m so glad you’re looking at reviews of this product before you consider purchasing. That tells me you’re a smart person who’s careful with your time and money. And you should be! There are so many scams online that’s it’s difficult to determine what legitimate and what’s not.
It makes me sad to see these because affiliate marketing can be such an awesome opportunity for people to create additional or passive incomes. It’s an honest to goodness business, and sleazy people like the creator of Million Dollar Replicator make the whole industry look bad.
Let’s take a look at what this product is, and show you why it’s NOT something you should consider.
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What Is The Million Dollar Replicator?
This product claims to be owned and created by a Michael Sachs, who developed this system over three years. He says he’s made over 38 million in these three years and his beta testers are making 1 million per month.
Million Dollar Replicator – $37.00 with a downsell to $17.00 (activated when you try to leave the page)
- Easy to follow video tutorials
- Copy & paste system
- Designed for all abilities
- 60 Day money back guarantee
- No installation needed
One Click Upsells – $713 according to my calculations below
(IMPORTANT NOTE **)
** Reviewers have claimed that once you pay, you’re immediately brought to the upsells. The “no” choice couldn’t be activated. You were always returned to the upsell page. There was no access to the platform without purchasing the upsells.**
I had wanted to purchase this in order to walk you through it, but after hearing all the negative reviews, I honestly didn’t want to waste my money, lol. And the Canadian conversion to US is horrid right now! Sorry, everyone!
They say you get 60% commission on every sale. So let’s figure out what you’d have to pay for the entire product, OK?
If the Replicator is $37.00 and they say you can make $450 per sale (according to the affiliate’s page), that means the upsells must come to an additional $713. Wow!
$37.00 + $713.00 = $750, X 60% = $450.
Who Is This System For?
I truly don’t think anyone would benefit from this. I may contain some information on affiliate marketing, but I don’t believe it’s nearly enough for a beginner.
And anyone with any experience will recognize it for what it truly is. Just another way for someone to make money off of innocent, unknowing persons.
How Does It Work?
The “creator” of this system is, of course, a lie, and I can prove it. I’ll show you further down. But first, let’s look at the sales page. It claims that if you’re seeing the ad, you’ve been specially selected to receive exclusive access to the product.
It then proceeds to give you testimonials, a countdown timer, and a limited amount of spots available. YA, RIGHT!
These are all your traditional sleazy sales gimmicks.
They are fully intended to make you feel special by choosing you specifically, then placing a sense of urgency. They want you to feel pressure to buy it quickly before thinking about it.
But it didn’t work on you, thank goodness. You’re here, right?!
This is supposed to be a step by step video training series to show you how this system works, and how you can make money today with no list, product or experience.
It claims to show you a simple “Tweak” that literally no one else is using. And without having to spend a dime, you’ll be able to create a full-time income today.
Wow, all red flags, and all lies!
The information you receive might very well be some generic affiliate marketing training. But believe me, you won’t make anywhere near what it’s proclaiming. There’s just no way! These income levels are so high it’s laughable.
You may be able to use the training to show you how affiliate marketing works. It may point you towards affiliate products on sites like Clickbank, but without a website or email list, you couldn’t possibly make any money. There’s a lot more to it than just that!
OK, let’s start with all the red flags and lies…
The owner, Michael Sachs, is a stock photo from Pixabay.com…
The outrageous testimonials of four people making millions of dollars, and the “expert team” are also fake. This is how you can find out for yourself in the future…
- Drag or upload the picture into the search bar of TinEye.com.
- Wait a couple of seconds and you’ll see everywhere that picture is being used.
This person claims that this method has never been released before and that you can bank an easy $200 today. Then proceeds to tell you that you can scale it up to $1,571 per week with just minutes per day. He even has a way of extracting money on-demand (whatever that means, lol).
OK. I’ve seen and written many product reviews in my day, but this one takes the cake!
These claims are so ridiculous that I hope even a newbie will raise their eyebrows.
- Oh wait, it has a 60-day money back guarantee, lol
- No transparency
- Upsells that must be purchased at an outrageous cost
- A very vague description of video training
- Unrealistic income claims
- The outright lies
Final Thoughts And Recommendations
As an inexperienced beginner, I can see why all this talk is so tempting. You have no idea, yet, why this couldn’t possibly work. There is no way you can make this kind of money using someone else’s system, let along today.
Legally, they have to attach a product or it would definitely be a scam. But boy, it sure comes close!!
Is this system a scam? You decide… Would I recommend it? NO
There were many reviews online, and 90% of them were screaming scam, lol. There were a few positive YouTube videos, but these were obviously affiliates. And they didn’t even show you inside the system.
- When you sign up as an affiliate, they don’t give you any inside information.
- They tell you the funnel has one-click upsells, but not what they are or how much they are.
- All they provide are the email swipes to start your promotions
- At launch time, there were prizes for the highest-ranking promoter, so all the affiliates just push the product without ever buying it themselves.
There are certain things you should always look out for…
- The lack of transparency – there is only a vague description of what it includes. Any respectable system will show you the product and give you a clear description of what it can do for you.
- The sales gimmicks – like the countdown clock, the limited spots, the people waiting in queue…
- The owner hiding behind a stock photo. Any self-respecting product creator will tell you who he is and give you some of his background.
- Obvious contradictions.
- The disclosure statements – always read before buying anything!
If this system was so darn successful, why on earth wouldn’t the creator take credit it for it, and show us who he is? And furthermore, it would certainly cost you more than $37, haha.
The first rule of affiliate marketing is building trust with your reader!
Now that you know the image and testimonials are fake, would you trust this product? I sure wouldn’t!
Sheesh, I could go on forever here, LOL. OK, just a few more.
I should be really angry at what I’m finding, but to be honest, I’m just laughing too hard.
Here’s is a screenshot of a contradiction. Simple, but obvious…
And this made me laugh! Here are a couple of snippets from their disclosure statements…
When I read that this wasn’t to be interpreted as a “get-rich-quick” scheme, I burst out laughing. Really! They can make a claim of making $1.3 million in 25 days and yet not call it a get-rich-quick scheme?? Absurd!
The sales page is also showing you LIVE social proof from members on Facebook and Twitter. Of course, it’s not live, because the same people are there all the time, saying “2 mins”. And get a load of the people on Twitter…
OK, I admit men can have women’s names, but three altogether like this? I doubt it.
Let’s get serious
I would never recommend a product where you are totally dependent on someone else’s material. What happens when they suddenly disappear overnight. And I suspect this one will eventually when he’s not making any more money with it.
Then you are left with nothing. And any income you were making is gone too.
Despite the ridiculousness of this system, online marketing is a real industry and can be very profitable. But to see that kind of success, you need to learn the ropes from the ground up. You need to learn how to create your own online business with a website, content, and all the different methods you can use to create a passive income.
When you have your own business, no one can take it from you. The profits you make are yours for as long as you work at it.
It does work. I know because I’m doing it myself.
The most important first step is to find a legitimate, honest platform with great training. Training that’s always updated to meet the current requirements to keep search engines happy. Their algorithms are always changing, and so should your training.
You also need certain tools to get you off the ground.
- A domain name – which is needed to create a website.
- A website platform and theme.
- A website builder – let’s face it, most of us don’t know how to code.
- Website hosting
- A keyword research tool – the right words to attract our customers.
And you need to know that creating an income online doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time to get Google’s attention and get enough traffic to your site to earn money. But with some patience, commitment and persistence, it does work.
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So where did you hear about Million Dollar Replicator? If you happen to have purchased it, please let me know below. I’d love to hear what it included, and what you thought about it.
10 thoughts on “Million Dollar Replicator Review – Run Away! Run Away!”
Thank you for the honest truth about this program!!
I have been super skeptical about these types of “get rich quick” schemes. I, unfortunately, lost almost $100k and a year of developing an online business with a scammer company that disappeared overnight!!
Finding ways to do it myself now, and I see you are doing very good research. We all need to succeed and to be safe!!
Bless you, Suzanne!!
Hi Kathleen, and I’m so sorry you had to go through that. Oh my!
That’s why I will always recommend people start their own businesses and not depend on other people’s material. If your income is dependant on any kind of made-for-you system, there’s always the risk of you losing everything you’ve worked so hard on.
Even systems that seem to be a high-end product are risky, as you’ve just shared with us.
I’m so happy to hear that you didn’t quit, and are now learning to do everything on your own. You will be so much happier, and safer!! There’s so much satisfaction in doing it yourself.
Blessing to you,
Many thanks for posting this update on the above ‘Scam Business’, it’s greatly appreciated.
I agree with your assessment 100% and also, it’s sad as you say, that there are people like this person, who can do what they like with other people’s hard earned money and unfortunately, there is nobody or organization to police them.
The other aspect of these scams is, they are uncontactable and unaccountable.
What is disappointing is, that Clickbank has allowed this business to be sold on their platform. To me, they have lowered their standards, unfortunately.
Thanks again for the heads-up. It’s great that there are warriors like yourself and others, who can alert us to the dangers of these flashy advertising get-rich-quick schemes, that are not even worth the paper they are written on.
Hi Philip, and thanks so much for your comment.
It’s sure frustrating, isn’t it? I can only hope that with enough honest reviews, their sales will drop to nothing and they’ll take it down, lol.
These type of people love to hide behind fake names in order to NOT be found. They know what they’re in for if they are found, haha.
Clickbank was supposed to have cleaned up their acts and not allow these types of scams. But in reality, it’s not a “scam” because there is a product attached. Even if it is a poor one. All I can say is that if you ever plan on promoting a product from there, to do a lot of research before promoting it. Products like this can ruin your reputation and cause your followers to jump ship.
This is a product I wouldn’t even try even if there is a 60-day money back “guarantee.”
Sometimes, products such as these where there are zero pros tend to have so many obstacles in getting a refund that at the end of the day you’ll be out $700, and no one can afford to lose $700 these days. It’s best to save your money and research a legitimate affiliate marketing product.
Thanks for providing a heads up and saving people from a true scam here. It’ll help point potentially hundreds of people in the right direction toward more legitimate products.
Thanks so much, Todd, that’s exactly what I’m trying to do. I hope with enough honest reviews out there, that people will learn what to look for and what to avoid.
These types of schemes give the affiliate marketing industry such a bad name. It’s frustrating to be sure.
This is a wonderful industry with so many great opportunities. And this is what I’m trying to share with my readers. If I can help just one person steer clear of these schemes, I’ll be happy!
Every time you see a gimmick like a countdown timer, BEWARE!
The best program will always be the one where the owners teach you more than they sell you. And knowledge is the best seller ever as far as the consumer is concerned.
Of course, those programs need no effort to follow, haha. All you have to do is to make some quick “tweak” and that’s all. I have bought twice this kind of program… Never again.
But here, you kill me, lady! The picture coming from Pixabay… I see that I’m still a bit naive. For instance, I have suspected that sometimes, the testimonials could be fakes. But a voice in my head was saying: “No man! They wouldn’t go that far…”. Looks like yes. They do!
Any program that does not teach that consistency and trust pay is a gimmick. Period.
Love your article.
Hi Jo, and thanks for your wonderful comment.
Glad I could show you something new, LOL. Ya, these people will stop at nothing to try to convince you their product works. They have no shame as far as I’m concerned. Too bad there isn’t a law against this!
Sorry to hear you’ve been sucked in a couple times. Me too. It sucks. But at least now we know what to look for!
Honestly, I almost fell prey to a scam similar to the one. Up front cost of $37.00 and then they wanted $2000 to build my website for me and put all of the content, products and security onto it.
They claimed that I would get the training on how to do the upkeep for my site, but the training would only last 4 hours.
Wow, Tiffany, all of 4 hours eh? That’s horrible. There’s no way you could learn everything you need to know in only 4 hours, lol.
I’m glad you saw them for what they truly wanted…your money!
It’s people like you who I’m trying to help. I’m hoping that my review will show everyone what to watch out for. Especially if they’re new to the industry. These creators know how to convince people they need their system. It’s a shame really.
If you ever need any help with your online business, please let me know. I’d be glad to help.