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Modern Millionaires Review (Chance And Abdul)


Chance Anthony Welton says flipping leads is the key to unlocking those sweet, sweet stacks of cash. He and his partner, Abdul Samad Farooqi, reveal their tantalizing secrets inside their program. It’s all about setting up digital billboards on Facebook, Google, and Instagram, snagging leads for cheap, and reselling ’em for a profit. Voila! Lead flipping. But is it legit? And what’s the catch? And just how much will it set you back? Keep reading for my Modern Millionaires review.

Some call Modern Millionaires a scam. Spoiler alert: it’s not. You’ll gain a valuable skill set to kick off your very own “Officeless Agency,” as they like to call it. Now. The cost is an eye-watering $8,000, and there’s no refunds. So sure, you could argue that their course is overpriced, but that’s a matter of perspective. My beef? Their marketing. While Abdul and Chance’s methods are legit, they paint a picture that’s a touch rosier than reality when it comes to speed and ease and, most important of all, earning potential.

If you can get past the price tag and the hype, what you’re left with is a viable business opportunity. Could you run an ad on Facebook and get people with knee pain to call a chiropractor? Sure you could. Might there be one chiropractor out there who would pay for those leads? Absolutely. And if you could get ’em for two bucks and sell ’em for six? Hey, you’ve got yourself a nice little income stream, don’t you? Just five leads a day would net you a cool $600 a month.

In my experience, an example like that is actually pretty doable. Yeah, the ultra-glam multi-thousand-dollar-per-month deals that Chance and Abdul tout in their ads do exist, but they’re the rare gems, not the norm. So, don’t waltz in expecting to snag those $5k-a-month clients right away. But there’s no harm in piling up those smaller victories. Bagging ten clients at $600 per month (net income) could be a game-changer for many folks. And that, mi amigo, is entirely achievable.

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Granted, I’d like to hear more about how you’ll actually get business owners to pay you. I’m sure they cover this in detail inside the Modern Millionaire curriculum. Assuming you can, in fact, get clients, the other thing that could go wrong is you might struggle to keep your lead cost down. Think about the level of competition. There’s a bazillion courses teaching this stuff. They all have hundreds if not thousands of students. Each month, they’re adding hundreds more. How does that affect you?

Well, there’s millions of marketers all vying for the same precious clicks. This drives up ad costs. The more time that passes, the harder it’ll be to protect your profit. Me, I don’t have that problem. Like Chance and Abdul, I also flip leads, but instead of using paid ads, I get all my traffic for free, from Google. I make small sites, rank ’em at the top of page one, and leads come to me. I then hand out samples (virtually) and let the business owners close themselves.

It’s very similar to Leadific, but you have more control; less competition; a proven and convenient way to close deals; you pocket more from each deal; the program I recommend costs a fraction of what they charge; it has a money-back guarantee; and I don’t stretch the truth in my marketing. Don’t just take my word for it though. Tap the orange button below. After a quick rant about everything that’s wrong with this space, I’ll hand it over to my mentor, who’ll demo the business for you.

Katie Smith: Slip into your give-up pants, crack open a White Claw, and plop yourself down on the couch. We need to talk about the absolute dumpster fire that is the online course and coaching industry.