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Date Added: 6/29/2009     Reviewer: Traces2757
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F5M Millionaires Club Description

F5M Millionaires Club is a membership program created and run by Internet entrepreneur John Kielec to help people make successful livings online no matter what level of income or experience they are starting with. This program provides members with a system for making money online as well as mentorship, support, tools and resources for helping them along the way.

F5M Millionaires Club Detailed Overview

If you become a member of the F5M Millionaires Club, creator and administrator John Kielec promises that you will gain the moneymaking knowledge that you need and be a part of a program that will let you make a significant income online despite what the economy is doing. There is a specific moneymaking program that you enroll in as a member, and though what the sales pitch says about this program hints that it is MLM, you are told from the start that you will be growing your own business. Upon joining F5M Millionaires Club you are provided with 3 websites or “capture pages” as they are called, which they will host, so it won’t cost you any extra money. Kielec promises that you will be guided through the moneymaking system all along the way with tutorials, support and even live training.

There are different levels in F5M Millionaires Club, and of course, you make the most money when you join the highest level. The lowest is the bronze level, which costs only $5 to join. This level is basically for access inside to see better how the program works, though you won’t really make any significant money here. The highest level is the gold level, which puts you in a position where they almost guarantee you’ll make money. This level costs $150. There is also a silver level at $49.95. For the silver and gold levels of F5M Millionaires Club, there is a money back guarantee, but most likely it is best to join at the lowest level first if you’re interested, so you can have a look around since it looks like you’ll have to get inside to see exactly what their moneymaking system is all about. All clues point to MLM, though this isn’t necessarily a reason to pass the program by.

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F5M Millionaires Club Reputation

There is not a lot of feedback yet for F5M Millionaires Club, and this can often be seen as a good thing. The program is fairly new, so if it is legitimate then getting in on the ground floor could be lucrative. The strong suggestion if it piques your interest is to shell out the $5 and have a good look around; even talking to some of the higher members if you’re able to.

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Keep an eye on this program

I was a member of Fortune5Minutes, and just that membership is worth it alone. You will get necessary marketing training, and valuable tools worth hundreds every month for free, and all it takes is a one time fee. I say keep an eye on this program; Fortune5Minutes is a great program that has been around for about 10 years, and if this F5M is meant to accelerate that program, then serious marketers joining this program are in for some great payouts.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by drknlvly6781 on July 13, 2009 at 7:49 PM CST

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John's an honest man

I joined F5M a few years under John K, then he started the F5M Millionaire Club. It's a good club, but I was unable to afford the steep payment to join this one. John still keeps in touch with me, and I'd like to join this Millionaire club when funds permit.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by smarternow on July 18, 2009 at 7:39 PM CST

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I Think It's great

I knew everything I needed when I joined, one-time and affordable payments either $5, $50, or $150 one-time.

No Auto Ships.

Finding fault with this business is difficult and I have zero complaints.

I joined after the auto-ship fiasco... not just mine but most marketers, you sign someone up on a $30 to $150 auto-ship for say... vitamins... Then people drop out as fast as you get them to join...

Then you drop out too... it's bad, real bad.

My F5M MC results, within two days I had my first paid sign-up, I'm a silver member and have just received notice of my 30 day co-op advertising from the Gold Booster Club.

I'm still new, the owner John K has webinars twice weekly if not more often. I attended one thus far, enjoyed it and it was informative.

I plan on being at many more, hope to see/hear you there.
 
 


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avatar   by kidbocce on September 27, 2009 at 6:30 PM CST

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F5 - worthless

Read the site through ... one reason for signing up ... "immediate cash"... never happened! 10,000 hits to your splash page... can't find a trace ... requested a refund... not after 72 hours!... Beware of programs asking you to "hang in there" " be persistent" that advice took me past the 72 hour "request a refund" time period and I am out ... 150...
 
 


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avatar   by randolph on October 6, 2009 at 12:34 PM CST

 
 
 
F5M-Millionaires Club, nothing better on the Net!

I have been with F5M-Millionaires Club for over one year and my results are very positive. They deliver a lot more than what they offer. I love my earnings.

I take time to promote my F5M-MC business and it earns me money. Some think that they do not have to do anything and will get rich. F5M-MC has thousands of members who are earning, getting paid on a daily basis, just like me. Their wealth system has been paying out daily for 16 years now and I am in it! I do not even look at anything else on the Net anymore because I am set for LIFE with F5M-Millionaires-Club.

I see hundreds of very positive articles about F5M-MC members who are earning and moving forward, doing their work. I AM ONE OF THEM, HAPPY TO BE A MEMBER OF F5M-MC and very proud to promote it to all my contacts, friends, family and others.
 
 


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avatar   by genny on October 31, 2009 at 6:46 PM CST

 
 
 
Best Five Bucks You Ever spent Online

I have been a "Gold" member of F5M-Millionaires Club for one year. I entered at the top level because I was impressed by the honesty and integrity of the owner John Kielec, and the opportunity the system presents to anyone regardless of what level they join. I am satisfied with my results for the year based on the amount of time I have spent promoting. I have renewed my gold membership for another year.

The F5M system seems complicated at first, but once understood there is no program online that can match it. However it is NOT a "get rich quick program". The owner John Kielec is very specific that results come from your desire, action, and using the tools provided.

For $5 you receive a basic lifetime membership at the "bronze" entry level and can progress to the "Gold" level without spending another cent. Members form all over the world do it every week. All training is provided including two live webinars each week.

F5M-Millionaires Club is a feeder sytem for "Fortune 5 Minutes" and WTIA "Wealth Team International" which has been paying out daily for over 16 years. How many online programs can make that statement... and back it up?
 
 


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avatar   by GoldenRule on November 9, 2009 at 12:12 PM CST

 
 
 
A lot of Patience and Excellent Sponoring Skills Required

I was not at all impressed with my results at F5M Millionaires Club. Going in at the Gold Level and spending extra dollars in the Co-Op advertising program was just not what was promised. When I did finally get an interested party, it turned out he really belonged to someone else, and when I asked for help and the why? behind this I simply got nothing but more empty promises. I was entirely disappointed with the whole program. I would have liked to have seen more help from my sponsor as well as answers to why the so called co-op advertising never produced anything for me. If you are looking at this as a business opportunity, be sure to go in at the lower levels and attend a few of the training calls before you up-grade. My biggest regret was 'going for Gold' right off the starting block!
 
 


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avatar   by marketinggal on November 11, 2009 at 6:32 PM CST

Marketinggal

Simple and easy

Lowest gift and a great place to start

 
 
 
17 Years of creating wealthy people?

F5M Millionaires Club was my first affiliate program I joined. I was very excited at the beginning, but my enthusiasm started to fade away very soon. I did put my money and my soul too in this program but hardly I got one sign up. I can't imagine how the owner has survived over 17 years online with this program. After I spent a lot of time and money in the program now he attempts to sell me his advertising. All I can say after 1.5 Years is that this program is useless. No hard feelings, but that's the reality.
 
 


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avatar   by vioroso on December 6, 2009 at 1:19 AM CST

Online you can go down hill or you can go up hill!

It's up to yourself witch pat you'll chosse......

 
 
 
New but hopeful

I joined after seeing the ads a number of times. I've been burned and am wary of getting involved in scam / pyramid schemes. But I don't see any pyramid here. I buy membership, get my site page, marketing advice and tools and "sell" the membership, etc. , on to others. I joined up a month ago. I've had 6 people sign in for a "look-see" only. But none of them have joined. But I haven't been promoting it very much so I think 6 "look-sees" was pretty good. But from now on I will promote it more regularly as I can see people are interested. It seems pretty straight forward to promote and join.
 
 


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avatar   by jugornot on April 12, 2010 at 9:34 PM CST

 
 
 
8 months into it and Happy!

I joined F5M about 8 months ago, and prior to joining I had experience with other programs that were not as honest as this one is. I contacted the person that brought this to my attention and asked several key questions, they in turn put me through to the owner, John, and he assured me that if I was not satisfied, he would return my money 100%.

Knowing that when you join a program, the higher the level, the more you make, I joined at the gold level.

I was surprised to see prospects coming in and others joining my team so quickly. At first, I was suspicious that these were just names not real people, but found out that the money is real.

You need some experience with how to promote this program but there is a site called The grand retirement plan.com that assists you in learning what you need to become successful.

I am one hundred percent happy with this program and mainly because it is honest!
 
 


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avatar   by Futuremillionair on September 24, 2010 at 4:14 PM CST

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A program designed for average people to really succeed!

I have been a member of the F5M Millionaires Club for 30 months now, and in my humble opinion, it is designed for average people to succeed on the Internet.

I have over 14 years experience on the Internet and I clearly understand it is a difficult arena for the inexperienced person, with little to no resources (like a large opt-in list), to actually build a viable income on the Internet.

There are lots of programs ready and willing to take your money, but they offer little chance to the large number of people seeking a means of developing an income for themselves.

One of the great advantages of the F5M MC program, is that absolutely no one gets paid a single cent for bringing in someone at the simple Bronze Level entry. A sponsor must help a member get into a position to start earning income before they ever get a payment on the new member.

The program has an 18 year history of paying on time and is based in over 190 countries worldwide. That is an unquestionable track record in this industry, and is a clear indicator the program works and is legal.

It is definitely NOT a get-rich-quick scheme, but it is vastly superior to putting money into a savings account, which basically only makes the bank rich.

I currently have a downline of 6,163 members, so I have a great deal of experience with this program, and I would recommend it without any hesitation. I have become close friends with the owner, John Kielec, who is an outstanding Webmaster, who works very hard to help members of his program accomplish reasonable success.

Tired of web sites that promise the world, yet provide little, if anything of value. They take your entry fee, and then they are done with you, as they are pursuing the next person that will pay them.

You will find the F5M Millionaires Club like a breath of fresh air when compared to most of the garbage currently on the Internet.
 
 


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avatar   by lanescott on November 12, 2011 at 6:33 PM CST

 
 
 
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