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Millionaire League Review
Date Added: 5/11/2009     Reviewer: Habitat
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Website URL: http://www.themillionaireleague.com
Company Name: The Millionaire League
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Millionaire League Description

The Millionaire League is a membership group in which you receive tips on how to build your wealth online automatically. It's created by Brian Wynn and promises that it will teach you several ways to increase your income online without having to do much work at all. The Millionaire League will teach dozens of easy and automatic ways to make money online through multiple income streams.

Millionaire League Detailed Overview

The Millionaire League is created by Brian Wynn. It's somewhat of a membership group, but the catch is, you don't have to pay ongoing monthly fees. The Millionaire League includes monthly updates that Brian personally adds to the site on how to make money. It's up to you to use whichever ones you desire.

The path to income described in The Millionaire League is the use of multiple streams of income. These multiple streams of income are also supposed to be quite easy and even better, automatic. The main pitch is that the more income streams that you set up, the more money you receive.

It took me a little while to find it but I finally stumbled over what exactly is included in The Millionaire League. Inside the members area, you'll receive access to their covert income system, new cash niches, the Big 5, a private members forum, and a lot more. The strategies seem almost too good to be true. You would have to implement them in absolute optimal conditions in order to make the same money as advertised.

Brian Wynn said his first impulse was to price the product at around $2000 since you could potentially make that back in a week or so, but you can get The Millionaire League for the price of $27. It also comes with a 60-Day money back guarantee if you're skeptical about making the purchase.

I was kind of put off just a little bit by how he called his Adsense earnings Google Sales Reports, and also how he called his Clickbank earnings one of his many bank accounts. It kind of gave me the notion that those screenshots weren't really his or that he felt as if those who visited his sites weren't competent enough of know the difference.

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Millionaire League Reputation

Bryan Wynns Millionaire League does deliver as it promised with information and videos providing different techniques to make money. You probably won't make money in the first few days let alone the first few hours, and like most other programs, it's going to take a little bit of patience before you see results. You do receive access to an abundant amount of refreshing moneymaking tactics which may make this purchase worthwhile.

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Not suited for me

I was first introduced to Millionaire League when I was starting out in internet marketing. I heard mediocre reviews, so I decided to try it out for myself. The title seemed very promising, so I invested some money into it. The program consists of several ebooks - which are all packed with information. At first, the information seemed overwhelming. Starting out into the program as a newbie was a poor decision. As I was attempting to understand the information presented in the ebooks, I would often get very confused. The language is very technical and advanced for a beginner. The information does present several marketing techniques which are described step by step. Although I didn't fully follow the steps word by word, I did manage to make some sales - but not a significant amount. Some of the information was just too complicated for a beginner, like myself. Maybe if I was more advanced in the marketing field then I would have seen bigger sales and profit. I'm not too thrilled with the overall quality with Millionaire League, so I demanded a refund. I eventually received a refund, so I didn't lose too much in the end.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by ilygurlie on February 13, 2010 at 8:44 PM CST

 
 
 
Great learning experience

This e-book is a great learning experience, some of the tutorial like “License to print money” is really good and practical. It all explains about affiliate marketing. I have decided to go join as VIP because that will be more effective and profitable for me, as it consists of lot of different categories with videos as well. I have already started making sales, I am able to make 3 sales every day, which means $270 every day. It works like wonder. I would highly recommend this e-book.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by JustinJohn on January 10, 2010 at 10:13 PM CST

 
 
 
Wouldnt recommend it

Bryan Wynn's Millionaire league was among the first few ebooks I purchased before starting me IM career. I read the free report he gave License to print money and was introduced to Clickbank for the first time. Reading the report it seemed like a pretty promising thing, but as I started putting it into action, I learned that selling clickbank products weren't as easy as I thought. The Millionaire League had 32 different E-books covering a huge variety of different ways to make money, I didn't actually get through reading all 32 books, but after reading a few of them, I just had the feeling that it wasn't for me at the point. Also in the member's area under the ebooks it has been saying, "More Coming Soon" for the last 2 years, since I bought it. The support wasn't great and the site wasn't updated, but I learned a few things from the course.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by areevez on December 10, 2009 at 12:11 PM CST

 
 
 
I Joined The Millionaire League

I joined The Millionaire League almost a year ago but found it to be way over my head as far as how to implement the strategies. Being a newbie, like I'm sure many others do, I joined a few different sites with the hope of getting started fast online to earn some money, and each time I felt overwhelmed I would move on to the next program.

I periodically go back to the members area on the Millionaire League and start to read more info, and still find myself struggling a bit. (Probably from information over-load, and lack of focus).

Brian really puts a lot of info out there for the members, and I feel there are many possibilities to have the "streams" that Brian talks about.

I guess I was expecting someone to hold my hand from start to finish.

I won't give up though, and still feel that with the initial one time payment you are getting way more information than a lot of sites that cost you triple the amount of money or a monthly membership.

I will add more posts for this site when I go further within the program myself.

LauraB
 
 


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avatar   by LauraB on October 15, 2009 at 10:46 AM CST

Laura Selbie

No luck here.

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I receive E-mails from Brian once ever 2 weeks or so. I bought 1 site from him, and I got 1 sale out of it. It's not worth my time, although some of the information he sends is okay. I have decided to move on since I don't get the feeling I will make much with his programs, it is another learning experience.
 
 


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avatar   by Pico75 on September 21, 2009 at 6:34 AM CST

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I was rather disappointed with this service

I decided to try the Millionaire League in hopes of being able to earn some extra money to help pay my bills. I went through the License to print money tutorial and felt very overwhelmed and confused by the lack of detailed explanations. As a newbie in the internet marketing field, I had no knowledge of writing product reviews, keywords, SEO, etc, and this program didn't really help me understand these concepts.

After following the step by step guidelines for a while, I still didn't make any sales, so I decided to ask for a refund. The refund process was rather lengthy and it took a while before I finally got my refund back.
 
 


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avatar   by benchm on September 4, 2009 at 2:45 PM CST

 
 
 
Brian Wynn Delivers

Ny experience with the Millionaire League has been pretty good. I looked into it when I first ventured into on-line money-making opportunities. Brian Wynn does do as he says he will, he provides you with several different ways to make money on-line. My problem with them is that they all seem a bit difficult for someone who knows little to nothing about affiliate marketing. I would recommend this program to someone who has beginning to moderate experience with internet marketing, but not to someone who has no knowledge or is just starting out.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by lynnemg on August 15, 2009 at 8:45 AM CST

 
 
 
Great For Beginners

I am quite fond of millionaire league. There aren't many bonus products that you can sell but it is the perfect place for beginners to start. I suggest joining as a VIP because then you get over 20 extra categories with a series of videos in each category. These are very informative for the beginner and go into detail about how to do things and why you are doing them. Just what I like! You also get a free optimized website but you still have to pay for your hosting, although this is discounted. There are lots of ebook tutorials to download and also a members forum which can be quite helpful. To top it off, it has a resource section providing links to all the essentials, many of which are free. Overall I think it's great for beginners but a bit tame for the pro affiliates.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by br00ky on June 16, 2009 at 10:25 PM CST

A great place for freebies and the upgrades are fantastic value! Check it out HERE.

 
 
 
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