My Millionaire Mentor By “Ryan Matthews” Is Fake & Full Of Upsells

By | December 1, 2015

Name: My Millionaire Mentor

Website: www.mymillionairementor.coMy Millionaire Mentor Scam Review

Owner: Ryan Matthews

Price: $49 including upsells

Rank: 10/100 – SCAM!

What Is My Millionaire Mentor?

I feel like a lot of people have been confused with what My Millionaire Mentor really is and I hope this review helps clear that up. First off, I want to say that from the moment I entered this website I knew that this opportunity was far from legitimate. First off it claims that there are only 7 spots left, yet every time I go back to the site, I see the same counter.

Nonetheless,  My Millionaire Mentor attempts to lure you in with a highly over exaggerated video of what the life of an internet marketer looks like. It claims that it’s guaranteed to earn you $500 in your first month and that you can eventually make $5,000 daily.

But lets get one more thing straight. This product is not really owned by Ryan Matthews and I don’t even think that person is real or has anything to do with My Millionaire Mentor. Instead, this is a product that was created to upsell individuals into Matt Lloyd’s infamous product called the MTTB System, also known as MOBE.

How Much Is My Millionaire Mentor?

They claim to give you a fairly large knock off in price from $200 to $49 and despite being affordable at first sight, it’s important to mention that MOBE and MTTB are infamous for their constant use of upsells. Not surprising see with the kind of ethics being used in their programs.

If there is one thing that these products have in common it must be the constant showing off of fake fancy cars, airplanes, and mansions. It simply gets ridiculous after awhile and ironically enough, too many people tend to buy into this shiny object syndrome.. Myself including at one point in time.

But let’s take a look at the kind of upsells you’d be looking at after first buying into this Millionaire Mentor “scheme.”

My Millionaire Mentor Scam Review$97 monthly inner circle membership

$97 monthly elite earners membership

$97 monthly done for you emails

$194 OPT formula

$291 affiliate bonus domination

$194 funded proposal

Or.. they give you the option to purchase all of this at the price of $1,995. But wait.. there’s more?

$1,997 10,000 leads in 100 daysMy Millionaire Mentor Scam Review

$997 income revolution

$997 90 day challenge

$997 six figure coaching secrets

$997 add the nitrous

$4,997 Diamond coaching program

$8,997 Titanium Mastermind

Basically, if you’re not a fan of upsells like myself, My Millionaire Mentor definitely is not for you. Let me also mention that MOBE has gone by a number of recent names in the past.. That includes MTTB System, Inner Circle Riches, and now, My Millionaire Mentor. All of these serve one purpose – to funnel you into the overly hyped up system called MOBE! And it seems that in order for Matt Lloyd just to keep his system alive he needs to promote his product under new names and products because of how bogus his system literally is!

How It Works?

To explain how MOBE works and what you’d be doing it basically works by you purchasing these high-end products in order for you to sell them for higher commissions. There are a few big problems with this.

The first being you have to spend tons of money in order to make anything back.

Second, even when you do happen to buy these products, you might just be stuck with them in the end without any people to sell them to.

Last but not least, MOBE does not use a proper nor an effective business model and is literally using you for your money.

They don’t show you how to start a proper business, how to leverage your own affiliate marketing skills, or even how to start a website.  Basically all you’re really doing is purchasing high end products in order to sell them off, without knowing where or how to get your traffic. In the end, you’re likely to just be stuck with the company asking you for more and more money.

My Millionaire Mentor Overview

I believe I’ve said all that’s needed to be said of My Millionaire Mentor. It’s easily one of the most unethical programs I’ve come across online and am well aware of how many people have tried and failed with this program. Not to mention that it’s own support is rarely ever around to help you and uses nothing more than a simple Facbook Group for its own community.

When all is said and done, I do not believe My Millionaire Mentor is a good choice for anyone to get started with internet marketing. Not only do you have to spend endless amounts of money, but they don’t even show nor teach you how to properly get traffic. Just to get a sample of the e-mails you are looking at paying $100 per month.

If you’re looking for a real and legitimate approach to online marketing forget all this nonsense and fluff and take a look at a program that you can actually trust. Unlike My Millionaire Mentor they actually explain what you’ll be doing beforehand rather than trying to convince you with fake airplanes and mansions. That’s because unlike MOBE, the system I use actually works!

Thanks for checking out My Millionaire Mentor Scam Review. Please let me know what you think in the comments section below!


Category: Affiliate Marketing Online Scams

About Peter G.

Hi I'm Peter. I'm 27 years old and I'm a Uconn graduate who finally found his way through life by becoming a full-time affiliate marketer. I enjoy trying out new things and believe there's no greater satisfaction than being able to make money on your own time!

24 thoughts on “My Millionaire Mentor By “Ryan Matthews” Is Fake & Full Of Upsells

  1. Leah D

    Watched the video but due to so many I’ve fallen for I decided to review this one. So glad I did! Thanks, but do you happen to know any good legit ones out there? I really do want to make money and am on a limited income. I have a bad back and am in the process of making a CD, pitching an invention idea, and living on donations from friends that want me to make this CD. Unfortunately it’s not enough! I am motivated and able to work online but only come across these scams or really expensive package programs… Any suggestions?

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Thanks for the comment Leah. It really depends on what you want to do. I’d say the most important thing is to stay away from these get rich quick schemes. Anything that sounds too gimmicky for example, or makes a lot of promises is a good step forward in the right direction. Next, figure out where your interests lie..

      Do you want to create your own product? Freelance/write for other blogs with sites like upwork? Or maybe, start your own blog? I understand how tough it can be to find your own path, but I know for myself, Wealthy Affiliate got me started on the right track and led me to working on bigger things. I think it can be a great first step, for individuals who especially aren’t sure of where to start!

  2. Sim Legault

    I usually don’t have any problem with up-sells, as long as they are really useful and not “necessary”… This guy’s approach is really shady.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      That’s a great point Sim. Any product that pushes you into buying things you need, in order to continue with a product, is always a shady tactic. Up-sells definitely need to have some kind of value for the consumer!

  3. Biggy

    Millionaire mentore is the biggest scam I’ve ever seen. Ryan Matthew’s doesn’t exist, what kind of person promises wealth but is a afraid to show his face.

  4. Stephan

    I see these scams all the time and I am smart enough to ignore them, but this one almost had me. It seems so real, so easy. I thought I would Google it. WoW, luckily I came back to reality pretty quickly thanks to your report and others like it. Thanks. You saved my bacon and saved me $49.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      No problem at all Stephan, and yes they really do make it sound so easy, when really that’s not the case at all. Glad to see you saved some money :)

  5. WO Brisco

    Thanks for the straight dope. I’m a disabled military veteran living on a fixed income and looking for a way to bring in extra income since I am very limited in what work I can do. I know better than to take these promises for big money at face value, but they are always tempting. There is NO easy lunch when it comes to making money and nearly all of these types of pitches make it look like folks are literally sitting back and the money is pouring in. Whatever. Appreciate your helping this American continue to avoid such hoaxes. I’ll continue my look for a work-at-home that is honest and upfront. THanks!

    1. Peter G. Post author

      No problem at all Brisco, and I agree, they can be tempting when all they’re trying to do is make one promise after another. Good luck with your search, and if you need help finding something, just let me know!

  6. Rodney Futrell

    Hey, Peter! I am here in Jacksonville FL for a moment and went through my email. I ran across My Millionaire Mentor and thought it might be worth checking out. After reading your report I felt I had to comment. Thank you for your blog and review.

  7. Joyce Idris

    Thanks greatly Mr. Peter. I almost getting signup with this so called MY MELLONAIRE MENTOR just within a week for me to do that before I came across your review. I so much glad about this review because I am just new in the internet business and if not for your reviewed I would just wasted the money that I’m gathering from here and there. Thank you sir!

  8. Partha

    Thanks Peter! You saved me some bucks and precious time, and peace of mind. It wouldn’t have been easy to close that overtly exaggerated video midway otherwise.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      No problem at all Partha. Glad to have saved you from whatever headache this may have caused!

  9. Nicole S.

    Hi Peter. Thanks so much for the input about the MM. I lost my one and only job of 28 years about 5 months ago and still no success finding another. I too watched the video for the MM and I will admit I was almost hooked. I guess desperation to find income will make a person consider just about anything. I decided to research it a little more before I went ahead and ordered it and I’m so glad and grateful I came across your input explaining what they do not. Thank you again!

    1. Peter G. Post author

      No problem at all Nicole. Sorry to hear about your lost job, but I know you’ll find something to make up for it. Glad you were able to see the truth behind My Millionaire Mentor and if there’s anything else I can do to help, just let me know!

  10. G

    Thanks Peter G for your thorough review – I just stopped the “sales pitch” video by so-called “Ryan Matthews. You just saved me some precious time.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      No problem G. Those sales pitch videos never seem to end, do they.. Anyway I’m glad to be of help!

  11. Darcy DeRocker

    Thank you so much for writing this review. I started watching the video on My Millionaire Mentor and I literally nodded off to sleep. So, once I woke up, I stopped the video (yes, it was still going) and I decided to look for reviews. I suspected it was a scam from the beginning.

    I am on disability – I have no money to spare or invest. I do not want to be on disability for the rest of my life – so I am desperately looking for something that I can do from home.

    I am tired of these scams. I want to do honest work and get a decent wage for it. I am an excellent writer and I have a BA in Cultural Studies with a concentration in Writing. I would love to find a position where I can write for a company or companies. Enough of the get rich quick schemes – give me a real job.

    Thanks again for shedding some light on this fraudulent system.

  12. Judy

    Oh crap, I just spent 97.00 for this program, and feel like a stupid idiot. should of checked first. Thanks for the warning though. Greatly appreciated.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      No problem at all Judy and it’s alright, we all make mistakes. Maybe you’ll still learn a thing or two. Just whatever you do, don’t buy into Millionaire Mentors upsells!

  13. Lee Vandevort

    I know the guy that owns the LaJolla home shown in the video. It is not Ryan Matthews or anyone connected with internet marketing.


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