21 Step Millionaire Coach Review – How Much Money Can You Really Make With This Program?

By | June 1, 2017

21 Step Millionaire CoachWhat is 21 Step Millionaire Coach?

If you’ve been to the official website, they show in big letters that you can make $1250 – $5500 in cash after you watch their promo video.

That’s a pretty bold claim just for watching a video.

Here’s what 21 step millionaire coach really is – it is a program created by an affiliate from MOBE to try to get you to join MOBE.

This guy is apparently called mark ( they mentioned his name in the video ).

What is MOBE?

So he wants you to join MOBE, nothing wrong with that right?

Just to give you a better picture, MOBE is an MLM program. The prices quoted on the official website ($1250 – $5500) are what MOBE pays you when you make a sale on their different products.

As you can tell, if the commissions are that high, with the lowest tier product giving you a $1250 commission the actual price of the products must be crazy. Generally the commission you get is half the price of the actual product in MOBE.

MOBE’s products itself are digital products that teach you how to make money with affiliate marketing.

The way it works is that they teach you in 21 steps ( hence the name ), but you have to buy their different tiered products to unlock all the steps.

How much does it cost to join 21 Step Millionaire Coach?

It costs $97 to join this program but this isn’t the full story.

To make money with MOBE, they require you to buy the actual products first before you are entitled to make a commission off of them.

This means that if you don’t own the lowest tier item you won’t get any commission even if you make a sale on it.

Putting 2 and 2 together would mean that you would have to fork out at least $2500 to start making money with MOBE or 21 step millionaire coach.

So really, the $97 that you paid initially won’t get you all the 21 steps, and you won’t make money from their affiliate program either, you have to be prepared to pay a lot more.

How do you make money with 21 Step Millionaire Coach?

I’m sure you’d be lured in by their statements like having others do work for you while you get paid or you can become a millionaire.

While this can somewhat be true, I’m willing to bet that it isn’t true for you.

As I’ve said, the way to make money with 21 step millionaire coach and MOBE is to sell MOBE’s products.

This means that you first buy the product, and you introduce others to buy that exact same product to make a commission out of it. There are also MLM elements involved like I said, so there is some kind of tier based commission system as well.

I’m sure you see where this is going, you buy the product, you sell it to others to make money, they continue to sell it and so on.

Can you really make money with 21 Step Millionaire Coach or MOBE?

While the testimonies are fake, I will say it here that it is absolutely possible to make that amount of money, or even more.

Just think about it, selling the lowest tier product already gets you a nice $1250 commission. If you want to make $9000 per week ( as claimed in the video ) you just need to sell like 7 or 8 of it, in theory at least.

To see those kinds of earnings, you would have to be an experienced Internet Marketer that knows how to drive traffic and generate leads.

The reality is, these things are very high priced ( or as we call them, high ticket items ). If you know nothing about Internet Marketing I can bet that you wouldn’t find much success selling expensive items.

The promo video does say that you have people doing work for you, but the reality is that the only work done for you is the selling part. MOBE will have their own sales people to help you close your sales.

However, your job is to get people to MOBE in the first place so these sales people can do their thing, in other words you are responsible for getting leads.

What I don’t like about 21 Step Millionaire Coach

First thing that I want to point out is that the guys giving the testimonials are fake.

You can see them thanking mark in the promo video saying that they’ve made $9000 per weak or something like that.

The thing is, these guys are actors and they can be hired to give fake testimonials. You can even find them on Fiverr yourself.

The promo video also doesn’t tell you the full story. You probably wouldn’t have guessed that you need to pay more money or that you’d be joining MOBE.

None of this is stated in the actual video itself which is disturbing. All they really do is shows you the amazing lifestyle or the huge amounts of money you’ll be making, typical trick to hook you in.

Is 21 Step Millionaire Coach a Scam?

In my opinion, while MOBE itself isn’t a scam, 21 step millionaire coach is a scam.

What really ticked me off was the whole promo video was fake. They don’t tell give you the whole picture and try to lure you in with false promises.

Also, even though MOBE in itself isn’t a scam, I wouldn’t recommend you to join it either. Like I said you probably won’t have the skills to make money with it.

If what you’re looking for is training there are much better programs out there as well like Wealthy Affiliate.

As a beginner, I suggest you stay away from schemes that promise a lot of money for very little investment ( in terms of time or money ).

It really is just too good to be true. Making money online requires knowledge and hard work so you have to put in the effort and start learning.

Once you know the tricks of the trade you will be able to make money with any program, even MOBE.

if you have any questions do leave a comment below !



2 thoughts on “21 Step Millionaire Coach Review – How Much Money Can You Really Make With This Program?

  1. JeffWA

    Hi, Lucas. I am always highly doubtful about online business opportunities that have the name “millionaire” in them.

    Regarding the philosophy of practically all of these programs, the inference is that by simply following their “proven program” you could become a millionaire almost overnight. Unfortunately, there still are naive people in the world who would fall for the bunch of crap that is this program.

    As you stated with the 21-step Millionaire Coach program this company created by “Mark”, (no last name or bio provided) right after watching the intro video, a new member could immediately earn between $1,250 all the way up to $5,500! Would any concrete marketing or training be provided to teach a person how to create a successful online business? With this program, I think not. What a bunch of nonsense that statement was about potential revenue being earned so quickly and, without question, a lie!

    It appears that this company does not have an actual physical product associated with it. Instead this company being an MLM online business, a person joining would have to build up his/her downline by recruiting others.

    If that is the case, and this program does not have an actual product then it definitely falls under the heading “illegal pyramid scheme”.

    I would hope that any person who has some wisdom inside his/her head would see this program for what it is – an absolute scam. Investing 9.7 cents let alone the $97 join fee would be like throwing money into a toilet and then flushing it down the drain.

    Your assessment of this fraud program Lucas was 100% correct. It is total garbage!


    1. Lucas Post author

      Hey Jeff thanks for your input !

      Unfortunately there are so many MLMs these days that somehow try to disguise themselves as a legal scheme when they are clearly not.

      The problem is that a lot of folks out there fall for them simply because they make their advertisements sound too attractive like 21 step millionaire coach does.

      They do not tell people the full story by saying that they can make thousands of dollars in commission because in reality it isn’t that simple and it takes a lot of knowledge and effort to be able to do that.


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