Million dollar replicator – will you really make a million dollars?

Million dollar replicator

What is Million Dollar Replicator?

Today I will be reviewing Million Dollar Replicator. I’d heard about this one and decided to look into it to see what it’s all about.

Let me start by saying that when I review a product, I approach it with an open mind, but also with a healthy degree of skepticism. I always aim to uncover the truth, whether that results in a positive or negative review. I want to ensure my readers are provided with accurate and truthful information. I will only ever endorse products that I find to be ethical, and that I can prove work.

Let’s start with the basics of Million Dollar Replicator:


Brought to you by: Michael Sachs (?)

Price: $37, however appears permanently discounted

Recommended: No .. read on to find out why

The first thing that struck me when I went to was the banner which said:


After I laughed out loud, I thought I’d test that theory, despite being 1,000% certain that the page would still be there the following day. Shock horror, the page was still there. I guess they’re not really removing the page. I guess it will be there tomorrow too, and the next day, and the next. In fact, I’m’m sure it will be there for quite some time.

My spidey senses are now on high alert with the Million Dollar Replicator site.

Anyhoo, let’s keep going.

I want to hear all about Million Dollar Replicator and how I can get my hands on this so I can start watching the money come pouring in.

We start with a voice over video. It’s like many I’ve seen of late with a voice over and slides, together with screen shots of huge bank balances, and testimonials from people who love the system and have made big dollars.

Right away I’m feeling rather special, because apparently I’m only one of a few people who has been given this opportunity. I have a private invitation! That sounds rather exclusive, doesn’t it? I’m starting to feel like I might be able to make some serious money in this very exclusive club! He said he thinks I’m the perfect fit. Aww thanks Michael, flattery will get you everywhere. How can I give you my money?

Our first testimonial is from a guy who makes $80K per month and is well on the way to his first million. The next person claims to have made $1.2m in just over a year. The next testimonial is from a girl who has made $160K in 2 months. Sounds amazing, right? I want that! They all mention that Million Dollar Siphon is in its beta testing phase.

He says “this isn’t one of those tacky videos full of hype and nonsense, designed to swindle you out of your hard-earned cash. This video isn’t like that, but it does have the potential to change your life and bring in a regular income from the internet.”

He goes to great lengths to say that the product is not like others, and it not “BS”. He also says that there is a full 60-day money back guarantee “if you don’t reach your income goals”. The product is offered through Clickbank which ensures the money back guarantee.

We hear about how the creator and founder of Million Dollar Replicator, Michael Sachs, has a bank balance of $1.2m because of the Million Dollar Replicator system. It sounds pretty easy, too!

Million Dollar Replicator - make $22K in the first weeks
He says that he sits back, and watches the money come in automatically.

So I’m still wondering how Million Dollar Replicator works. Michael says that he made a product with the help of his friends:

Million Dollar Replicator
We are told the system identifies the most lucrative opportunities, and then replicates them for you in your account. In this way, all the hard work is done for you, and “the system is basically 100% automated.”

Michael has even had to open three new bank accounts just to spread the profits around! Waking up to see another $3,000 in his bank account doesn’t even excite him anymore. So now, it’s all about helping others:

Million Dollar Replicator - the feel good company

Anyway, enough of that. I’m still not entirely sure what the product is.

I’m interested to know how I flip small amounts of time into autopilot paydays, seeing how they make money using a method that ‘literally NOBODY is using …”

Here are the claims:

Million dollar replicator

The founder, ‘Michael Sachs’

On the site, we’re introduced to Michael Sachs, apparent creator of Million Dollar Replicator.

Million dollar replicator
Again, Michael says that if I’m seeing the page I have been specially selected. Well no I haven’t, Michael, I just keyed in the URL like any other person on the planet can. But thanks for telling me I’m special! Cool. Appreciate it.

I thought I’d do a reverse image search of “Michael Sachs”, and sure enough, the image is a stock image found on pixabay of a ‘business man’.

'Michael Sachs' - a stock image from PixabayThat’s a neat little trick for you – if you suspect that images of people aren’t all as they seem, use a reverse image tool to find out more. Google has one. The one I used in this instance was

So I already know before I start that they are hiding the true identity of the founder, and they are not taking the site down any time soon. There should be no reason to hide the identity of the founder of a legitimate product. What else is off about this product?

Is Million Dollar Replicator Legit?

The people doing the testimonials in the sales video are actually people who are paid actors from the Fiverr platform. That’s another good tip for you – when you see testimonials and you aren’t sure if they’re legit, go to Fiverr and find the actors. They will be in the section offering video testimonials of products.

If the sales pitch does not explain the product to you, they do not care about you making an informed decision. They just want your money. If they really did care and want you to succeed with their product, far more information would be provided so that you would be making a decision that works for you and is line with who you are and what your goals are. Your success is irrelevant, they want the sale. They are selling the promise of amazing things, without explaining the how.

They are hoping you are so blown away by the outrageous claims that you’ll just want to be a part of it, regardless of what it is or how it works. The money back guarantee is a great way to suck you in too, because you always have at the back of your mind that it must be legit.

I have now reviewed a few products offered through Clickbank that offer the same money back guarantee, and they are all the same rubbish, scammy products:

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Million Dollar Replicator - avoid30 minute money methods

Millionaire society

12 day millionaire

Hopefully you can see that the only person making money from Million Dollar Replicator is the founder, whoever that is.

Avoid this product.

There ARE other legitimate ways to make money online

Always go with a legitimate platform that doesn’t make over the top claims. Before you sign up for anything, find out more about the company by reading reviews. A reputable website will provide contact information, and include detail about what they do and how they do it. The best ones will even encourage you to have a look around the platform to test it out for free first, so that you can make an informed decision about whether the product feels right for you.

If you are looking for a substantial and long term way to make real money online, have a look at my top choice:

With Wealthy Affiliate, what you see is what you get. Nothing hidden, and nothing over promised. I personally use this platform and it is a genuine way to learn how to make money online the right way, using legitimate techniques and methods.

If you have any comments or questions please leave them below, and I’m always happy to help you out.

12 thoughts on “Million dollar replicator – will you really make a million dollars?”

  1. Thank you for the low down on yet another money scam. What saddens me is that so many innocent people get caught up in these kind of supposed wonderful opportunities. It is usually desperation on their part, I hope not just greed but whatever, they seem to get sucked in by the hype.

    I really hope a lot of people get to see this post and are warned off. 

    • Thanks Jill – I hope people avoid this one too, and only spend time (and money if needed) on legitimate ways to make money online. Vulnerable people do seem to be the most at risk, and that makes me sad. A scam is the last thing those people need. All the best to you Jill.

  2. Hi Melisa, Thanks for sharing excellent review of million dollar replicator product. I heard about it from one of my friends and discover it has lot’s of negative review. I have same opinion and agreed with you that only founder of this site will get benefit and other’s are not and I am staying out from that site. I like your alternative recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate site. Thanks for your information and I really believe it will help lot’s of beginner to take perfect decision.

    • Hi mzakapon,
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts here, I appreciate that. I do hope that my site helps people to make better decisions 🙂
      Cheers to you and all the very best,

  3. I really don’t understand how these scam artists continue to make a living and don’t suffer consequences for their actions.  They are literally lying to people and falsely representing themselves to the public.  Isn’t that some sort of crime?  All I can say is I am really grateful to people like you who do the research and educate the public on these ridiculous crackpots.  Thanks for the review of this product.

    • Thanks very much Babsie.
      Yes they are literally lying to people, and I’m nor sure how they sleep at night. I do think karma will catch up with those people, but it doesn’t help those right now who are signing up to this type of crap. That’s why I always hope that people do their research before blindly joining these types of programs.
      All the best to you Babsie.

  4. This is the first that I have heard about this so called Million dollar replicator. Gosh I hate the lame trick of “This page will be removed by midnight” or “The offer will end tonight” or “watch out live class in 5 mins”. How many of these false promised making money online do we need? Another name to my list, damn too many hope I remember all of them. By the way you are special because you call Michael out! I am a member of WA. Highly recommended platform. The community members are amazing, I have people reaching out to me privately to offer me help. Join WA guys you will not regret it. Happy holidays

    • Hi Nuttanee,
      It is such a lame trick isn’t it? Anything that’s quality will usually remain around, or there will be a legitimate reason why it is available only for a limited period. The list seems to be growing doesn’t it?
      So glad you’ve found WA also. It’s the best 🙂

  5. The beginning of your review made me chuckle because I had also laughed about that “Site will be removed at midnight” banner.

    What a dumb idea…I mean, I don’t want to buy a membership to something that won’t be here tomorrow, anyway!

    With this review, you have confirmed my instinct that tells me this product is probably just another attempts to wrench money from my wallet. I would gamble that there are upgrades inside teh program that will make you believe that the fastest, biggest success possible can only be reached with those upgrades.

    Well, anyway, that picture may or may not be of Michael Sachs (After all, it is a picture of SOMEBODY, right?) but who really cares what he looks like.

    I also noticed that the 1st 80K in a month earner didn’t have a household that matched that income level.

    But he did convince me to maybe head over to fiver and sell testimonials!

    Thanks for this review and for confirming my suspicions!

    • Hi John,

      Thanks for joining in :). Yep Fiverr is interesting isn’t it?! Anyone can join up to do things like video testimonials which is kind of a worry. What’s funny is that I’m starting to see the same people popping up on these various sites. I’ll be watching a testimonial on a random site and think ‘yep I saw you two weeks ago saying that you’d make half a million dollars with another company – and the room you’re filming in doesn’t quite look like that’s true’ …

      All the very best to you John.


  6. Melissa, hello! Immediately acknowledge that you are clearly, honestly and politely talking to the reader. 

    Now for the million dollar replicator. I decided to form my own opinion and turned to the essence of this site. 

    I saw that Million Dollar Replicator is absolutely useless program. When you watch and analyze such programs critically, it’s easy to see loopholes. Here they are: sometimes they act under a nickname, but why put someone else’s photo?  Another fake bulges is copied logos of reputable global websites: Forbes, CNN, HUFFPOST, TRUST. These are not links. In short, the site is full of tinsel and brilliance of seduction. But it is poor in content. It is better to bypass it. 

    Melissa, you clearly indicated all this in your detailed review of the Million Dollar Replicator website. 

    I will apply your critical review for prevention. Thank. Mark

    • Hi Mark,

      Thanks for sharing your comments here. I see that you like to do your research too, and that’s great! Yep it’s a useless program. Nothing is real, it’s all a show, and a poor one at that!

      All the best to you Mark.


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