The Home Income Millionaire Scam: What You’re Really Buying

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Home Income Millionaire Scam Review

Today I'll be reviewing one of the latest make money online product to hit email spam folders across the land called Home Income Millionaire created by Marc Jennings.

Marc makes some pretty big claims on his sales page, saying you'll discover how to make $500 a day after watching his 30 minute promo video. He also claims that he will show you how to become a millionaire without lifting a finger!

So here's the real question:

Is Home Income Millionaire a legit money maker or just a big fat scam?

I'll be straight with you, after looking at the sales page I already know this is going to be another one of those crappy hyped-up get-rich-quick schemes that promise you the earth but never deliver…

I mean, who else promises you $5,000 checks by the end of the week for doing nothing? Let’s see what Marc has to offer and find out if this is the best program for you going forward.

Home Income Millionaire Review At A Glance

About: Marc Jenning's Home Income Millionaire is supposed to be a done-for-you make money online system that helps you generate $5000 daily.

Price: Commission levels are dependent on the membership level you are in. Levels range from $97, then $1,000, $3,000 and $5,000.

Pros: None at all.

Cons: Hyped-up sales tactics, no way to prove Marc Jennings is a real guy, pyramid scheme.

Verdict: Home Income Millionaire is an expensive pay-to-play pyramid scheme scam. Just avoid.  

OVERALL RATING

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What Is Home Income Millionaire?

What Home Income Millionaire claims on their sales page and what Home Income Millionaire actually is are 2 entirely different things.

Marc tells us his program which he calls “Millionaire Coach” is a completely done-for-you system that generates money on autopilot because his team of experts do all the work for you.

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In reality, this is a done-for-you sales funnel like Funnel X ROI, Copy And Paste Ads and Instant Cash Solution where you buy into it so you can promote the same product you just bought to others.

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In other words: Home Income Millionaire is a pyramid scheme where all the training is centred around learning how to promote Mark's system in the hope of recruiting others to join.

See Investopedia‘s pyramid scheme definition:

“The vast majority of pyramid schemes rely on profiting from recruitment fees and seldom involve the sale of actual goods or services with intrinsic value.”

Can You Make Money With Home Income Millionaire?

Yes, it's technically possible, but the truth is, according to Pyramid Scheme Alert, 88% of people unfortunate enough to get sucked into these things never make money. In fact, they lose everything they put in, which is exactly why pyramid schemes are illegal in most countries.

Marc Jennings' program is set up so that it's the few at the very top that makes a lot of money whilst everyone else loses out at their expense.

But here's the real kicker:

With this program you have to buy in at each level with the price going up incrementally at each stage starting at $97, then $1,000, $3,000 and $5,000.

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Why?

Because you're told you'll lose money if you don't.

Let's say for example you recruit someone who joins at level 1 while you're at level 1, if they decide to upgrade to level 2, you won't qualify for commissions.

The truth is, you should never, EVER have to buy a product before you can start making money by promoting it and a legit online business opportunity would never ask you to.

Is Home Income Millionaire A Scam?

Yes, it is, without a doubt! That's a claim I don't make lightly but with this, there's just no other way to call it.

Suffice to say, I do not recommend this system to anyone because, despite the outrageous claims of making $5,000 a week, you'll get nowhere with this program.

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How can I be so sure? Here are the tell-tale signs Home Income Millionaire is a scam you're better off avoiding completely:

5 Signs Home Income Millionaire IS A Scam

1. Hyped-Up Spammy Sales Tactics

The sales video starts by hitting you with spammy images of yachts and cruiseliners, sandy beaches and huge mansions complete with tennis courts and swimming pools.

All in all, the dramatic music and the tons of dollar signs thrown up on screen make for a pretty tacky and cheesy sales video that uses manipulative marketing techniques to press your emotional buttons.

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Instead of substance, all we get is hype. At no point does Marc tell you exactly what Home Income Millionaire is about, how you'll be making money or how the business model works.

2. We Have No Clue Who Marc Jennings Is

You'd think the man who stumbled upon a millionaire-making system would be pretty well-known, but do a search for this guy and you get nothing. Seriously, we have no idea who this guy actually is.

I suspect this is Marc Jennings is nothing more than a fake name used to conceal the owner's real identity, which begs the question:

Why would any legitimate product creator not be happy and proud to stand by his life-changing program?

But of course we know the real reason; internet scammers hide behind a cloak of anonymity so when people realise they've been scammed and want their money back, they can't be reached.

3. Everyone In The Sales Video Is A Paid Actor

Just like the China Cash Clone scam I exposed yesterday, the Home Income Millionaire creator uses paid Fiverr actors to give us fake video testimonials.

Remember the guy calling himself George Willingham who told us he's made more cash with this system than he could have ever imagined?

He actually runs a gig on Fiverr.com where he gets paid to make fake testimonial videos and read from a script:

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Then there’s this guy who said just last month he passed the $1 million mark all thanks to Marc Jennings and his system…

Except, yes, you guess it, he too is a paid actor hired by the Home Income Millionaire scammer to try and pull the wool over our eyes:

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If this doesn't convince you to steer clear of this program than nothing will. If the guy behind this (whatever his name is) is willing to lie about this, what reason do you have to believe anything you saw on the sales page?

4. This Scammer Uses Fake Scarcity To Manipulate

Yesterday the Home Income Millionaire website told us just 8 spots remain on this once in a lifetime opportunity and today it says the same. In fact, I can pretty much guarantee they'll still be 8 spots available this time next week, next month and for however long this scam site stays up.

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And that's because this is nothing more than a computer generated number created to make you think your chance to get in on this is rapidly closing so without engaging your brain, you'll get out your wallet and pay the $97 joining fee.

Try and leave the site and you'll also see this warning pop up telling you you'll regret it if you don't sign up today.

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The reality is the Home Income Millionaire scammer wants to rake in as much cash as possible and this is nothing but a ruse designed to deceive. Don't fall for it!

5. The ‘Millionaire Mentors' Are NOT There To Help You

In the sales video, Marc talks about how there are a team of so-called millionaire mentors ready and waiting to help and guide you every step of the way.

Sadly, this couldn't be further from the truth…

Like wolves in sheep's clothing, these coaches are in fact highly trained salespeople whose sole job it is to drain your bank account for as much cash as they can.

After asking you what your income goals and what your available credit is these guys will pressure you to invest more and more of your hard-earned cash to ‘take your business to the next level' by paying into to the higher, more expensive levels of the scheme.

The more you trust these guys, the more money you will lose. It really is as simple as that.

Home Income Millionaire Review Rating: 5/100

Home Income Millionaire is the last program I would recommend you join. You think you're getting a whole income generating system for $97 when really this is just the start of this money sucking scam.

Safe to say, you're better off investing your time, money and energy elsewhere. While there are so many great online courses out there that teach you online money making methods that actually work, Home Income Millionaire isn't one of them, but don’t lose hope.

After reviewing over 500+ training programs, the highest rated of all time is Invincible Marketer.

I’ve written a complete hands-on review of Invincible Marketer where I outline how this training platform helps me earn $7,000+ per month.  

So forget about the hyped-up scams and hollow promises of fast and easy money for doing nothing because they never deliver real results and build a legit online business for yourself.

You’ll be glad you did!

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Now you’ve read this Home Income Millionaire review in full, have I done enough to convince you this is a program not worth buying into? If you've already bought this product I'd love to hear from you! What was your experience with it?

If you have any questions at all about getting started online then feel free to ask me below and I will get back to you personally.

12 thoughts on “The Home Income Millionaire Scam: What You’re Really Buying”

  1. All the makings of a scam right here, from the unknown ghost founder to the hyped up sales tactics. There’s a lot not to like here. Each and every scam also loves to use paid actors to boast testimonials, thinking it’ll bring in more customers, but after reading many of these reviews, I’m noticing some familiar faces here being paid to endorse these products. Always ensure the owner exists and make sure you’re getting something of value over sleazy sales videos. 

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    • I wish it was just Home Income Millionaire but there are 1,000’s of scammy programs like this in the make money online space that gives us all a bad name.

      It only takes getting ripped off once or twice by a so-called “affiliate marketing” program (which they never are) to become jaded and put anything that is labeled affiliate marketing into that bucket.

      My mission is to help people start their own thriving affiliate marketing business, as well as show people how to spot the red flags of internet scams to save them time, money, and frustration of getting taken advantage of.

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  2. I can’t even count how many times I’ve heard that a program can teach me how to become a millionaire in no time. If each of those programs was legit, everybody should have been a millionaire by now and the term millionaire should have lost its value…

    Anyway, thanks for the review… I was suspecting that this was a scam anyway.

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    • Glad to have confirm your suspicions Harry. Definitely pat yourself on the back for doing your research and dodging a bullet on this one.

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  3. Thanks for saving me money and time with your excellent review of the Home Income Millionaire product. This platform was recommended to me by someone who is new to my circle of fellow online marketers, so of course, I decided I needed to have a look at some reviews prior to making any moves.

    The red flags are numerous, from the hyped-up earnings claims to the high cost of entry (the front end is already high in my estimation), and the upsells are ridiculous in costs. The main product is selling the product which means after you get duped, to get your money back you need to dupe others into making the same mistakes(s).

    Fake testimonials, fake scarcity, and fake mentors are the rest of the hits on this one. I agree with your assessment that this platform is one to stay away from. The person who recommended it to me has some explaining to do, his credibility just took a huge hit with me.   

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    • My advice would be to stay away from anyone promoting this scam, as anyone who tells you Home Income Millionaire is a legit way to make $500 a day are just thinking about lining their own pockets and NOT about helping you get to where you want to be.

      It was a close call, you nearly fell for it but thank God you didn’t 🙂 Stay safe out there! 

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  4. Thanks for that review, now i know not to waste my time with the home income millionaire. I thought there was something fishy when I stumbled upon the platform. Now I know for sure. He used a scarcity tactic and every time i see such a thing im very skeptical.  Cheers buddy.

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  5. Hi Simon, thanks for the review of the Home Income Millionaire program. There are a number of turn offs in this system. The ones that irk me are the paid testimonials, the lack of support, and the unknown boss. Requiring all those payments is also a no no. I decided to read this article because I read about these offers but I need to know the advice of someone who has gone into such detail and who has experience. Thank you very much

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  6. Hi Simon

    Thanks for all your hard research on the Home Income Millionaire and for really explaining what a dodgy site this is. As soon as I start to see pictures of boats and mansions in the promotion video I know that it is 80% likely to be a scam so when you also showed that the testimonials were also fake I have to say that I think your assessment is spot on.

    Once again thanks for helping people like myself avoid these shady operators.

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    • Hey, thanks Dominic and you’re welcome 🙂

      I don’t know why these internet scammers use so much cheese in their marketing, I guess it must work?

      Yeah like I say, a real program would have lots of members more than willing to share their real success stories with us so they’d be no need to pay people to pretend.

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  7. Hey Simon, thanks for your review of the Home Income Millionaire Scam.

    You said that Wealthy Affiliate is a real opportunity with real results. Do you have any pointers on how to place ads on pages, etc? When I first encountered  WA, online I read a lot about it and researched many others and started out for free but realized that if my plan was to make money I had to be willing to put money in, so I became a premium member. 

    I noted that once you get to a certain point in the training you are almost compelled to go premium if you are to go forward. Do you agree? You explicate WA contents, elements, and training process very seriously and succinctly. 

    This is my first real venture into the online space and after much research, I settled on WA I felt that they could deliver on the promises that most affiliate marketing sites make. You’ve helped hone my thoughts. 

    Thanks for the great information. 

    God bless you.

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    • Hi Ronald, great questions!

      As you probably know, Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to create websites that get free daily traffic from search engines. Sure they teach social media, email marketing, PPC etc. but this is at the heart. 

      There are tons of ways to monetise a website with traffic, affiliate marketing is one of the main ones. But if you’re asking about how to add ads to your site to generate extra revenue then you can sign up to Google Adsense, copy the code and you’re done. Search the WA members’ area for over-the-shoulder video training on this. 

      Yes, as a free Starter member you’re given the first course (10 lessons) and 2 free websites with hosting to use but I agree with you, some people say you can make money on the free membership but I think that’s very difficult. The way I see it, the Starter membership gives you the chance to check out the whole platform for free to help you see if it’s a right fit. If you like it then you can go Premium and access the full training modules when you’re ready.

      See my blog post for more info: The Differences Between Starter and Premium Memberships at Wealthy Affiliate.

      Hope this helps 🙂

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