Welcome to my 12 Week Millionaire review. After joining and “investing” into this program, I want to share with you my thoughts and ultimately give you my opinion on whether or not you should join this company.
I am affiliated with this program, but you can expect an honest review from someone looking from the outside in, rather than someone who actually knows how this whole thing works.
So this is me pretending that I’m new to the online world. I’m all about opportunity, but if it won’t help you, then I can’t promote it.
12 Week Millionaire Review
Name: 12 Week Millionaire
Overall Rating: 2/5 stars
So What is 12 Week Millionaire?
A group designed to help the average Joe make, well, a million dollars in just 12 weeks. This is not the actual company, but rather a group that is using a company to help build the team’s income.
Who This is For
That’s a good question. Let’s just say this is for anyone who is willing to take a small risk.
For the price, it’s almost impossible to say not to something that can even make you 10% of a million dollars in just 12 weeks.
For that price, I’ll even give you 5 years to make me a million dollars. Seems too good to be true, right? Well it is, so let’s see how this whole thing works.
How Do They Plan on Doing This?
Through a company called the 4 Corners Alliance Group, which I have done a review on (click here to see full review) and although I wasn’t very nice, at least I was honest.
Now this is a group outside of 4 Corners, which is operated in a team effort type deal. So just like the screenshot that got me curious, I wanted to see how it was even possible to make $1,800 without recruiting a single person.
A 4×6 (7) Global, Automated Forced Matrix Compensation Plan. After joining the group, you will be directed to a video, which explains how all of this is done.
They give you a speal on how this is nothing like a pyramid scheme. They give you a corporate pyramid model, which is completely different than what an MLM pyramid would look like, so this part of the presentation didn’t make me feel that this was NOT MLM, because I’m sorry to say, but that is exactly what 4 Corners Alliance is.
Now about that “forced” part. This is something I liked, but being a numbers guy, this stuff doesn’t add up. It can add up to some money, but that million dollar goal for a team of even just 100 people is not going to be easy.
I’m not saying that it’s impossible, but I am saying that it is easier said than done. The cool part about it is that you don’t have to purchase any of the products that are offered after the $18.
Rather than purchasing them, it is going to be automatically purchased through profits that you earn from the company. There is no extra work needed to do this, so everything will be done automatically.
As an online marketer, I figured that the products that came with 4 corners was something that could help with my online business.
If this couldn’t help my business, then what good are the products really going to be for anyone who doesn’t own an online business?
So I’ve seen the products before, but I wanted to see what this group had in store and how they were going about promoting them.
What you are really doing here is promoting the money making money opportunity. The products are there for show, even if there are people saying that this has helped them with their other business.
I call BS on that.
Now is $18 All You Have to Spend?
This is actually true, but (there’s always a but) this is also something that I like to call wishful thinking. I believe in the model and yes, it can be done, but realistically speaking, that is something that is impossible to make everyone a millionaire.
Back to that pyramid type business model, there will always be some members (a lot of them) that won’t make as much money as others, and that’s just the nature of the game.
There’s really nothing different from signing up directly to 4 Corners, than you would getting signed up to the millionaire group.
Yeah they have landing pages and their own follow up system that you can use, but I want to know what happened to the “no recruiting” side of the business.
After getting signed up to the group, you will be letting 4 Corners run everything from that point on. All you get is a video explaining it on the group side, which didn’t impress me, but whatever.
Final Opinion of 12 Week Millionaire
Don’t do it. Or, it’s really up to you. For me, this is one of those things that I don’t see working, but for the price, it’s really hard for me to say no.
I mean, what IF this thing actually got like a million people to signup and you were just in a great position? What if we could even make $10,000 from such a small investment?
I guess you can say that I didn’t want to be left out in case this thing actually made some millionaires. I haven’t met a single millionaire from this business and I think the owner is probably the only one with those digits.
What I Really Think
I almost never promote any type of MLM company and I’m not going to make this the first either. If you want to join 4 Corners or this millionaire group, that is completely up to you, but please do use my link below if you decide to join.
For me, I love affiliate marketing and the business model behind it. It is one of a kind and one true business that requires no recruiting whatsoever.
I’m all about running my own business rather than making the owner of some company rich, even if I did put $18 into this one. I think I was fair, right?
If you want something more stable, I always recommend a program called the Wealthy Affiliate (click here to see a full review). This is the first program that I’ve ever made money online with that didn’t require me to play the recruiting game and it is my top recommended program as of right now.
As far as 12 Week Millionaire is concerned, I really don’t see millionaire’s being created in such a short amount of time and I really don’t see it happening unless you have a HUGE wave of people that come in after you.
I’m not going to say that this is the best opportunity out there, but this is something that you can try to make something out of and the price is actually right.
I really don’t see any harm in an $18 investment, so I say go for it. Put some money in and let it ride. Do you really want to look back (if this thing explodes) knowing that you missed out on this?
Probably not. If you have the money, I say go for it. If you don’t, then of course you can’t even join. It’s all on you now, so you decide. I’ve put my money in, now should you join?
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