Mack Michaels is one elusive character. When you search around online, it’s nearly impossible to find any pictures or information on the guy. And yet, he’s got one of the hottest-selling mentoring programs out there for everyday people that want to earn money from home.
It’s called Millionaire Society.
After hearing some buzz about it from my readers, I decided to do a little research.
It was like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Nothing. Nada. Only a few halfhearted reviews that didn’t really tell me anything about the actual product or Mr. Mack Daddy himself.
Naturally, I decided to go ahead and become a member myself so I could see what the deal was…
Hi, I’m Brad Campbell and this is my “give it to you straight” Millionaire Society review.
First impressions are everything. I was pleasantly surprised by the clean interface of the members area. Most of the coaching programs I joined in the past were very sloppy on the inside. It was like a brain dump of random tidbits of marketing information.
This was not the case behind the curtain of the Millionaire Society.
So far so good.
The next thing I noticed – and this kind of ties into what I just said – is that the tutorials were well thought out. Mack and his team do a great job of breaking down the videos (and accompanying training materials) into simple action steps.
This is key for beginners and advanced Internet marketers alike. After all, the primary reason for the sky high failure rate with home-based business owners is “paralysis by analysis.”
Too much information to digest and not enough guidance.
You don’t have to worry about that as a Millionaire Society member.
Next up, I was able to silence my scam radar after listening to an audio of Mack Michaels telling his back story. You get to hear about his former life, how he got started online and even how he built up his multimillion dollar Internet empire.
It wasn’t your typical rags to riches story. It was believable. Plus, he shows some pictures of his family. So unless the dude is going completely out of his way to fabricate his entire existence, I’m pretty sure he’s legit.
You’re probably thinking that’s great and all, but the real question on your mind is…
“Will the Millionaire Society really show me how to make a full-time living online?”
Good question. I’ll address this in part deuce, which will be published shortly.
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