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The Millionaire Operating System

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Type of Business: Internet Marketing
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The Millionaire Operating System Review

by David Harris

“The Millionaire Operating System”, by Jeff Lerner, et. al., and found at, is an internet marketing system for capturing, funneling and filtering leads, and selling product to these prospects. The reality is that the upsell is lots of expensive business coaching.

The Millionaire Operating System is aggressive about trying to close you on buying their programs, which it is debatable whether they are effective or not. I will say that to work with The Millionaire Operating System you will need to have experience with marketing, internet usage knowledge and computer skills or in order to become successful with the program.

“The Millionaire Operating System” is not a system for beginners who don’t now how to blog, market, or advertise their business. It also costs a lot of money to not only become a member, but also to constantly invest never ending amounts of money you will need to feed the promotion monster.

There are very small returns at first and it takes time and lots of money to build what ‘The Millionaire Operating System’ promises to deliver. The main people making the big returns are the people at the top, of course, and they do not care whether you make it or not. They do not offer any guarantee that you will.

Initial costs begin at $200, and the other costs will run into the thousands. Because of this, they can be a bit obnoxious about selling you as much as possible. There are many complaints registered online of how the salespeople call day and night – a few even reported them calling near midnight!

This type of venture involves the usage and knowledge of email marketing, auto responders, web and graphic design. You must also have skills in programming and should already know how to create capture pages and to generate leads, turn them into prospects and then to close them.

Even though they will show you basics on branding, viral marketing, content writing, search engine optimization, as well as some HTML editing, and SMS, they will expect you to know these components needed to drive traffic to your business.

The Millionaire Operating System does offer a money-back guarantee for your membership cost, but not the rest. Although the business is relatively new to the public, the founding members all have success in their varied business backgrounds. They set this system up for people already involved in the industry.

However, it is a very risky venture, so I cannot recommend “The Millionaire Operating System” to anybody trying to break in, or those already spending lots already in their own business on what they offer, unless you have unlimited funds to invest more. The success rate has not been reported with any type of accuracy as of yet.

Thanks for reading…

– David


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14 Comments/Reviews

One of the rules they tell you is that no one should ask you for a dime and then on the next page they ask you for $37. That means strike one their out.

June Vendetti on :

I am glad I decided to Google “The Millionaire Operating System”; Everybody has a racket. The internet was never meant for such people. It is sad that so many take advantage of average people. I have wised up. Learning from your mistakes always makes you feel good. You may not be rich or have money in the bank, but at least you have your dignity.

I just tried the millionaire program and just got no where can’t never get a hold of your so called mentor been trying to get my money back but of course you can’t get a hold of anyone

Susan McNabb on :

I am glad I found your website to find out information on MOS. Funny how it goes from 500 down to 37 and they are now knocking off another 10. I am now getting pushed with emails. I would love to find a company I could work from home however, not knowledgeable on internet marketing. I always google anything I am not sure about…..and this definitely helped. Thanks

Got sucked in all the promises of good profits. Spend $8000 membership an d must buy products. Lost every cent. Stay away from MOS and jeff lerner.

I signed up on March 11, 2014, my mentor called me within 45 min of paying. I have talked to her 2 more times since then, I’ve received emails from her & many texts messages. I’ve done the first 6 steps and now am looking into buying my licensing rights.


Red Rackham on :

Confirmed as a pyramid scheme.

The “offer ending soon” timer resets everytime you open the page, and always stays at the set “only so many slots remaining”.

There is no criterion for being considered as a “potential candidate”.

They just want your money. ZAR45 as an initial payment, and unless you cancel, it will deduct ZAR740 per month recurring indefinitely, or until canceled.

If you signed up, Say goodbye to your money!

(Any subsequent “payouts” will be listed as below the amount deducted from your account – it is a ponzi scheme / “pyramid scheme”)

Stay away from MOS and their partner Wealth Masters Int’l. I lost over $15,000.00. I paid $ 8000.00 to get the M2 and I requested back my money as I could not attend their conference because of my cancer treatment. They told me they do not make any type of refund no matter what. I am now making payment back to my credit cards and I have nothing to show for it.

If you have been sucked in, it is a must that you cancel within 72 hours.
Send a very specific email stating your request for cancelation; include the start date and time of your sign-up and the date and time of your cancelation request using your time zone information to BOTH of the websites listed below.
Upon sending the cancelation request to the support address, you will receive back an email that WILL go straight to your junk mail box containing the password needed for the help center log-in.
Copy and paste each email and send it twice.
Then call the phone number below and after hearing the operator tell you that you are being recorded, have then repeat their name and inform them that they are also being recorded from your end for your security reason (Very Legal in all states).
Be direct and refuse to answer any additional questions, demand a verbal confirmation with the date and time that you will be getting an email or notification of cancellation within the same 72 hours required by their own contract.
Be very specific in your demands and be very DIRECT and short with your answers, this will get you the results you are seeking.
PH# 623-505-5862

Thank you for submitting this. I signed up and I didn’t feel right about the decision. I came across your post and I did exactly ehat you said. I got my money refunded.

Again, thank you.

It seems to be pure scam, just try to get “success stories” page on their squeeze page, it goes nowhere…

We are only a business opportunity review site. We cannot get refunds for you from some company we warned you to stay away from. You were warned. Call your bank and get them to reverse the charges.

They now also appear on Facebook. Saying that you must pay R45 membership fee then every month after that R950 – but they will pay you R92 000 every month. Haha who believe all this nonsense.?


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