“Big news!” shouts Jeff Lerner in a YouTube ad I just saw. “In the next 60 seconds, I’m going to show you the fastest way to become a millionaire.”
“Right now, there are over 1,700 new millionaires being created every day, in America alone, and it is more than double that across the globe,” he continues, referencing an article from 2016.
Now before I let Jeff answer that, here’s a case study you should watch. It probably won’t make you a millionaire, but it could pay some of your bills each month. And that’s a start, right?
There are no shortcuts
Back to Jeff Lerner’s YouTube ad: “I did not become a millionaire the traditional way,” he continues.
“I didn’t work for 40 years. I didn’t invent anything. I don’t have a trust fund. And I did not win the lottery. But I did take a massive shortcut.”
“And since then I have made over $40 million dollars in my online businesses. I’ve been on the Inc. 5000 twice. I’ve won a bunch of other awards. And most importantly, I have helped a lot of people take their own shortcut.”
“Now, for the first time ever, I am sharing the secret to my success with everyone, for free, in a brand new book called The Millionaire Shortcut.”
Jeff warns he’s not gonna do this forever, but if you act now, it’s 100% free. No catch. No shipping costs. No credit card required.
He says he’ll send it straight to your inbox. You can download it instantly and read it in just a few minutes—as it’s less than 10 pages.
“You could be reading this in the next five minutes; and I promise, it’s going to be the most powerful book that you’ll ever read on the subject of how average people are becoming millionaires in the new economy,” Jeff claims.
Ah, what the hell. I’ll opt-in and see if Jeff’s nine page PDF can make me an overnight millionaire.
Is Jeff Lerner a liar?
Because he assured me in his ad that there was nothing to buy. Yet, after I entered my email, I was blindsided by this video sales letter. In it, Jeff pitches a $39 video course called the ENTRE Blueprint Training Bundle.
Which, if I’m being honest? Seemed like a bunch of generic tips and ideas.
Here’s how bad I do not want that course: I’d rather spend the $39 on a one night stay at a Super 8 hotel and sleep poorly in a queen sized bed that hundreds of crackheads have had sex on.
Moving on. The “book?” Said nothing, and said so poorly. It was a lame lead in to go watch the video and buy his course.
Oh, and get this. The “secret?” Find a millionaire mentor and copy them. Gee, super convenient Jeff. You wouldn’t know of any, would ya?
Wait, what’s that? YOU happen to be a millionaire and have a never-ending series of courses and masterminds and live events I can buy? Perfect. Let me grab my credit card.
Also, I gotta say, of all the negative reviews I’ve done, Jeff Lerner might be the first to never say a single thing about what he actually does to make money. Nope. You’d have to start buying his programs just to find out.
You don’t think that’s because the only thing he does to make money at this point is sell you the “how to make money” stuff, do ya? *Wink.