Is Millionaire Biz Pro a Scam?

is millionaire biz pro a scam

Millionaire Biz Pro claims to an automated money-making machine that generates a thousand dollars a day with only 20 minutes of effort. But is Millionaire Biz Pro a scam?

Product: MOBE MLM Opportunity
Product Website: leads to which leads to
Product Cost: $49 with upsells to $29,997
Product Owner: MOBE
Opinion:  Not Recommended.

Click to DISCOVER a Proven Path to Financial Independence!

Update: Millionaire Biz Pro and MOBE were shut down by the FTC. To learn more, read What is MOBE About?

Is Millionaire Biz Pro a scam?

Self-proclaimed multi-millionaire, Derek Maxwell narrates the Millionaire Biz Pro sales video. He claims Millionaire Biz Pro is an automated money-making machine that will generate a thousand dollars a day for you with only 20 minutes of effort.

is Millionaire Biz Pro a scamDerek, he asked to be called Derek, as if that’s really his name, says his method of making money is taking the internet by storm and that 92% of online “gurus” earn their money with his methods.

He says you don’t need any skill and you don’t need to sell anything. His team does all the work for you. You can even get a coach which begs the question if you don’t need any skill and they do the work for you, why do you need a coach? (Hint: The so-called coach ain’t really a coach.)

Derek claims the company behind Millionaire Biz Pro is estimated to be worth a billion dollars. As we’ll see in a moment, the company behind Millionaire Biz Pro may very well be worth a cool billion. If they are, it’s because they stole it from people like you.

Now, let’s get real.

What is Millionaire Biz Pro?

To understand what Millionaire Biz Pro is, we begin with the testimonials. The testimonials in the Millionaire Biz Pro are worthy of close scrutiny for at least three reasons.

  • There are two women in the video claiming to be Megan Elizabeth from Erie PA.
  • At least one is a Fiverr actor I’ve seen giving testimonials on dozens of other websites.
  • Printed on the screen is this message, “User Testimonials are not representative of average earnings.”
is millionaire biz pro a scam
Meet the first Megan Elizabeth from Erie, PA.

If you scroll to the bottom of the Millionaire Biz Pro website, you’ll see all you need to know about the program. Buried in the tiny white print is a line that says, “The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system.”

That’s not what Derek said. Derek said you would start making a $1000 a day beginning within hours of joining. Let’s not mince words here. Dereck is a big fat liar. It gets worse.

Derek is trying to draw you into a trap that could cost you tens of thousands of dollars. Millionaire Biz Pro is merely the first scam. The biggest scam comes later. It’s a whopper.

Classic Bait and Switch.

is millionaire biz pro a scam
Meet the SECOND Megan Elizabeth from Erie, PA. Maybe they’re sisters and their parents lacked imagination. It could happen.

Millionaire Biz Pro leads to Automated Daily Income. Automated Daily Income leads to MOBE. MOBE is bad, very bad. (Go here to read more about MOBE).

MOBE has 21 levels. The first level will cost you $49. That’s the bait. Each level is more expensive and ranges right up to the top level that costs $29,997. Yep. That’s a lot of money.

Here’s what will happen if you get involved with Millionaire Biz Pro. You will immediately be shunted to the Automated Daily Income website where you will be required to enter your personal information, including a phone number. You can buy an Army tank online with just your email address, why do you need to give these crooks your phone number?

is millionaire biz pro a scam
Look! It’s Megan Elizabeth #2 pitching for another scam.

They need your phone number because they want to talk to you. Specifically, they want to sic the “coaches” on you. The coaches are not coaches, just like Dereck is not a multi-millionaire.

The coaches are telemarketers!

The coaches are professional telemarketers who will try to strong arm you into buying the next level in the MOBE scheme. It starts with the $49 teaser but goes on for 21 levels!

Each level is more expensive. The top level will cost you nearly $30,000. If you get to that level, you would have already spent more than $20,000! After spending a combined fifty grand, the odds of you making a dime is nearly zero.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, the ugliest truth about MOBE is you must sell MOBE to make money with MOBE. In other words, if you buy into MOBE, you can only make money when you scam other people to buy it too. You’d have to be a sociopath to succeed in that business and still be able to live with your conscious.

Click to DISCOVER a Proven Path to Financial Independence!

There is no such thing as an automated money-making machine. You will not make money with Millionaire Biz Pro. You will lose money and could go deeply into debt.

Scam definition condensed II

A Better Option for You…

If you want to make money online, you must avoid schemes like Millionaire Biz Pro and MOBE. These will only take your money and humiliate you.

When you try to find a legitimate way to make money on the internet, you are met with a ton of con men. It’s a minefield of traps waiting to take your money for as far as the eye can see. That’s why I’m committed to helping anyone learn how to make money online the right way.

Making money online is a lot like making money any other way. It takes skill and sustained effort. Thankfully, the internet permits you to leverage your work, so you can make more money more quickly.

However, this does not mean you can get rich overnight. It means with the proper training and support, and if you do the work, you can be financially independent in years instead of decades.

And, it’s not hard. I’m confident anyone who can send an email and research online is capable of building a successful online business, IF they are correctly trained and supported. That’s why we recommend the FREE Starter Level of the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course.

The FREE TRAINING shows you the basics of internet marketing and will introduce you to a supportive community of marketers who are eager to help you succeed.

When you sign up for the Starter Course through this website, I’ll mentor you, one-on-one, for FREE.

For More Information, Click Here.

If you found this article helpful or have an experience with Millionaire Biz Pro, please leave a comment below. Thank you.

27 thoughts on “Is Millionaire Biz Pro a Scam?

  1. I have been scammed by Derek Maxwell
    for 2,600.000 + USD.
    I’ve joined Click Bank in May 2018, I’ve got
    all the emails to prove that.
    I never received one single USD since I’ve
    Joined in May 2018 up to date despite he’s got my PayPal account, and my IBAN
    address in LLOYDS BANK in the UK.

  2. I found this to be very helpful. I at one point almost got scammed for one of these sites until I found out that it was a scam. Out of curiosity, I went to that site and watched the video and it to me felt like a complete joke. I heard mixed reviews about mobe but I feel even if it is legit, I could never pay that much for a service whether it works or not.

  3. Gary, 

    Thank you so much for the information. So many times web sites claiming to evaluate if products are a scam turn out to be a promotion for that product. It is good to know there is someone out there who gives an honest evaluation of a product.

    It is so easy to be taken in by the opportunity to earn “easy” money when frequently it is a ripoff of hard earned money.

    Your sharing of an opportunity that can work is helpful.

    1. Hi, Christine!

      I appreciate your kind words about my review of Millionaire Biz Pro. I wish more people realized that there isn’t a fast, easy way to make money online, but with the right training and support, anyone who can surf the net can make money. 

      With sustained effort, it’s possible to make a lot of money, but it won’t happen overnight and it won’t happen with silly, pie-in-the-sky scams like Millionaire Biz Pro. It takes a real business that offers value by helping people solve a problem or fulfill a desire. This is why I recommend the free membership at Wealthy Affiliate and The FREE Online Entrepreneur Certification course. Enroll here.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  4. Geez, I literally let out a gasp when I saw how much the upsells were! I can’t believe anybody could be suckered into buying into this rubbish, but I know people probably will have and that just makes me sad… and angry!

    It’s great that there are sites like this that scrutinise these rip-off merchants and show them to be what they really are. Thanks Gary 🙂

    1. Hi, Del!

      I agree, when you sit back and look at the Millionaire Biz Pro scheme with a cool head it seems incomprehensible. Unfortunately, the telemarketers associated with Millionaire Biz Pro are highly skilled at talking someone into the next highest membership level, and then the next and the next, on and on. It’s like boiling a frog and heating the water slightly higher over an extended period of time.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  5. Gary,
    Eye opening information. I was starting to look into Millionaire Biz Pro so this information could not have come at a better time.
    I had heard about the 49.00 plan and felt if it did work it could be worth it. I wasn’t aware of the upsells.
    The problem is once you join these programs you feel you have to keep investing if you want to make it.
    I appreciate all the information you have, clear and detailed. Thanks for saving me a lot of money.
    All my best,

    1. Hi, Doug!

      I’m so glad you read my article about Million Biz Pro before you got involved. They have no intention of teaching you anything. They will continually dangle a carrot under your nose to get you to pay more, and more, and more. You are wise to see this.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  6. Hi Gary,
    Great site, you give lots of great information.

    I especially liked this section on:
    “Stop being an opportunity seeker.” …as long as you chase “opportunities” you will never succeed.” – scam avenger dot com

    This hit me square in the forehead. I am an opportunity seeker. 🙁
    I had to sit back and re-read this section over again. I find that I do fall for the Shiny bright object syndrome. After realizing this I will pay more attention to success within one opportunity.

    Thank you for the motivation.


    1. Hi, John!

      I discovered the truth about opportunity seekers in an ebook written by Chris Ferrell. Like you, when I read it, it changed my world view of making money online. I know what you mean about the bright shiny object syndrome. It can be easy to fall for all the false promises that fill our inbox every morning.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  7. I heard about Millionaire Biz Pro for a period of time but never go into details. By the way good article – neat and informative.

    I read your review about Millionaire Biz Pro and I realize you spent quiet time to list the pros and cons of the product, as well as your personal experience and advice about it.

    Looking at the prices $49 with upsells to $29,997 really make me out of it. Just a crap for them.

    Your review here tells me a lot about how you care about your readers.

    Thanks for the heads up for Millionaire Biz Pro

  8. Wow. How can a “money-making” site charge for its services and then have a disclaimer about the typical user not making any money. Well, somebody is making money and that’s the owner of the site!

    21 Levels? I really didn’t need to read much more. There is a fine line between scam and bad ethics. This site, to me, crosses over the scam line.
    Thanks for the info and especially for the alternative your offer.

    1. Hi, Warren!

      Yes, indeed, Millionaire Biz Pro is a real stinker. Unfortunately, there are an over abundance of these scams online. Many of them lead to the same place, MOBE .

      Thanks for stopping by,


  9. All of these scams are so frustrating for those that are serious about putting in work but get discouraged before we even find the legit ways. Thanks for putting in the work for us here. I can’t believe they don’t even keep track of the lies. Two different people from the same place with the same name… Smh

    1. Hi, Heather-Leah!

      I know. It funny how sloppy these scams are, except they destroy people’s lives. That’s not funny at all.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  10. First, the name raises red flags everywhere and then the description, about only needing to work 20 minutes. These people are so unethical, you know who they are targeting? busy people, people with family who don’t have much time on their hands and are looking for an extra side income. Who doesn’t want to be rich by only working 20 minutes?
    I have actually been deceived by MOBE’s advertising, they have a deceptive money back guarantee but only after you finish the 21 steps and by then you have already spent thousands, so getting back 300-500 is not a money back guarantee.
    Thanks for exposing these charlatans

  11. Wow! It looks great! One of the better websites I’ve seen. The content is engaging and honest. you side bars look spectacular and professional. I’m really loving your videos. The first one with your avatar that is posing to be you, the hair color is a little off. LOL I really liked your website. I wouldn’t change a thing. Great job. Now all I have to do is to convince you to help me. LOL

    1. Hi, Darin!

      Thanks for all the good things you mentioned about my site. At least the avatar of me has hair. My hair line is steadily marching backwards. He’s also thinner, younger and better looking, but other than that, he’s a dead ringer.

      Darin, I’m always happy to help you. Feel free to contact me.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  12. When a program offers 20 minutes of work and get you a million dollars that leads to be a false. Most of the people fall for that and sometimes jumps into those type of programs blindly.

    Everything online takes time and hard work plus daily tasks.

    The best part of this review is that you found a few Fiverr actors, LOL. That was awesome!

    Great review, Gary

  13. Hi Gary,

    Is Millionaire Biz Pro really claiming that they can show you how to make thousands of dollars with only 20 minutes of work??


    While it is possible, it’s not an attainable goal for most newbies unless they have thousands of dollars for paid traffic methods.

    That being said… I can’t see myself paying almost $30k for an online business opportunity. Affiliate programs are free and their commissions can be pretty high depending on the price of the product.

    If this system is automated, then why have the option of coaches doing the selling for you? Hmm?? LOL

    Thanks for sharing Gary,

  14. Okay, as soon as I read it’s MOBE, everything was clear right off the bat – It’s a known scam.
    Recycled, relabeled, & the potential customer is simply being captured through different funnel.

    That’s how scammers are usually used to operate – Once in a while, they just move their stuff under different name & carry on from there.
    Artificial & fabricated with no real product behind the facade.

    But who in their right mind would spend $30 000+ dollars on this?

    I’m afraid, most of the time we simply won’t ever hear about victims.. the shame someone must feel once they realize they’ve been cheated must be unimaginable.

    Thanks Gary for putting this together.
    I help to get the word out there by sharing your articles

    1. Hi, Henry!

      Thanks for sharing my article. The Millionaire Biz Pro and the scammers behind it, MOBE, constantly change their spots, but their the same heartless scheme. I suspect you’re right that we will never hear about the victims, at least not most of them. Occasionally, a victim shares there story on

      Thanks for stopping by,


  15. With 20 minutes of effort you could make a thousand dollars a day? It is unbelievable to even think about that.

    Derek Maxwell does not seem very credible making a statement like that. If you do not need any skills or you do not need to sell anything, I wonder how you make money online. I almost forgot that you can by scamming.

    It all sounds good but it is definitely a scam. Thanks for doing the research to prove it is.

  16. Hi Gary,

    Evon here again. Yep…I was duped by Millionaire Biz Pro too. But thank the Good Lord, I sensed something fishy and backed right back out. But as you said they tried to sic their telemarketer dogs on me! I thankfully didn’t back down..

    Love your website and what you’re doing here…a Great work!! Keep it up!

    Blessings …and wonderful informative website, btw.

    ~Evon (aka LadybugLove)

    Barefoot Journaling Chronicles (FB group)

    1. Hi, Evon!

      Thanks for telling us about your experience with Millionaire Biz Pro. That could have been a very costly mistake. I’m so glad you dodge that bullet. I love your alias and I appreciate your kind words.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  17. These automated millionaire websites like Millionaire Biz Pro are too much now. Thanks for people like you who do the research and write about them to expose their harmful deeds. I read a review about MOBE a few months ago and it was terrifying. That’s a lot of money to go down the drain. Great info, keep exposing them.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts