If you have received an email invite for the Miley’s Money Method scam and want to know if it’s worth putting your money into it, I’ve got your answers right here. If you want to save yourself the time though, I highly recommend you simply press delete and get rid of the email and don’t waste another minute considering it. This is a copy paste scam that appears with a new name the moment people start to realize it’s useless and stop buying into it. Once it reappears with a new name the process starts all over again with fake reviews, plenty of lies, and a lot of wasted time and money.
Are there people making money from this scam? For sure! Only, they are the creators and affiliates of this scam rather than the people that actually pay to try and make some sort of profit from it.
It is all very simple. The whole goal of the scam is to gather peoples contact information in order to sell it as part of a mailing list as well as use it in the future to spam you with their newest money making scheme. The second goal is for them to get a fat commission from Cool Handle domain hosts by convincing you to purchase a domain from them. Of course, the amount you are asked to pay for this domain is absolutely outrageous and you can easily find much cheaper and more secure domains through reliable and trusted hosting companies. That aside, you really don’t get much else. Once you do sign up and get a domain, you will be attacked aggressively with upsells to additional packages and training that are completely useless. The important thing to really understand is that you will not be selling anything of value, you will not have a quality website, and you will not be making honest money. This is a turning wheel where they sell you a system that continuously turns itself as you will be promoting this same system and continue to re-sell it to other unsuspecting individuals looking to make money online.
The proof and video are all lies where you are introduced to Tom Atkinson, who is already well known for the many other scams he has released. In this particular video you are also introduced to Miley, a fake name (same as Tom’s) represented by an actress. You will see plenty of “proof” that can easily be debunked, especially the absurd PayPal account screenshot with upwards of $400K in it considering that there is no one out here that would actually keep that kind of money in a PayPal account rather than their bank account. Don’t get me started on the fact that the money does not appear overnight, which means that she’s just been letting it accumulate without touching it, in a PayPal account!? Needless to say that they would have already suspended the account considering how suspicious that is.
Either way, you will get absolutely nothing in return except empty promises, lies, and a new domain which you will have no idea what to do with. Even if a website really is created on said domain, a lot more than just buying a domain is required in order to make money online. Don’t be fooled by the Miley’s Money Method scam and spend the money on something more useful and worthwhile.