If you’ve spent any real amount of time looking for ways to make money online then the chances are that at some point you’ve come across a guy named Jordan Daniels. He’s a guy that’s typically linked to classic “get-rich-quick” style programs.
As to whether or not Jordan’s actually real, well, nobody really knows… But the general consensus is that the programs he’s associated with are complete utter junk. Usually, they’re filled with lies & their primary intention is to scam you.
I’ve actually reviewed a number of Jordan Daniels “systems” over the years right here on this blog, some of which you might be familiar with – such as the Ultimate Online Success Plan.
Surprise surprise my verdict on each of the products produced by our so-called Mr Jordan Daniels followed the general consensus of them being total junk. They promised the world but delivered nothing.
Jordan Daniels “Success Plan” Products
Typically each of Jordan Daniels products feature the words “success plan” somewhere in the title, so if you come across a product under a similar name then I’d immediately advise you to be aware & do thorough due diligence (which you should always do anyway).
Some of his more popular products include;
- Ultimate Online Success Plan (mentioned above)
- Millionaire Operating Success Plan (also known as MOS Success Plan)
- Online Success Plan
- My AE Success
Despite all the different names, they’re all pretty much identical. They all feature the exact same promotional video which introduces Mr Jordan Daniels who promises to give you a copy of his millionaire website…
However, the truth is there is no “millionaire website” like Jordan makes out… In fact, chances are there is no Jordan Daniels, it’s likely that the name is just an alias used to hide the real scammer behind these programs.
So, How Do The Scams Work?
If you’ve come across any of these programs or read my Ultimate Online Success Plan review then you’ll know that each of these systems promises you the world. You’re led to believe that you can simply hand over $97 & get a copy of a “millionaire website” that will see you earning thousands of dollars around the clock without really having to do anything – even if you have no previous experience.
It would obviously be really nice if it were true, but as you probably suspected it isn’t. That’s because whilst the internet provides plenty of opportunities to make money, sadly it’s not magical & it’s not going to see you making money without doing anything.
Anything that says otherwise is likely trying to scam you!
Here’s how it really works…
Basically, the promotional video put together by Jordan Daniels hypes you up about the idea of getting a done-for-you website that is ready to make money. Then, towards the end of the video, you’re told that all you need to do is purchase some web hosting (which naturally Jordan recommends) & you can install the “copied” website to start making money right away…
This is what’s known as a web hosting scam – because when you purchase the hosting via Jordans link yes, you’ll get the hosting as promised but you’ll be left to find out that there is no “millionaire website” after all…
All you’ll be getting is a copy of a web template that “Jordan” has created & installing that onto the web hosting won’t see you earning a penny. If you could really make money just by “copying” a website like Jordan claims then you could just copy Facebook or Google & become a millionaire overnight…
The truth is you can’t make money just by copying something…
Heck, it would certainly make my life easier if you could LOL.
(hint: if you want to learn how to actually make money by setting up your own website, read this guide here).
He’s just trying to make it seem really easy so that he can earn himself a commission at your expense – then, once you’ve handed your money over to pay for the hosting (and found out you’ve been sold on lies) you’ll realize that they’ll make it very difficult for you to get your money back.
And when I say very difficult I mean next to impossible…
But the scam doesn’t end there, because Jordan also tells you that in order to make the “millions” you need to sign up to MOBE, which is what he calls a profitable business opportunity (but it’s what I call another scam).
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This Is Where The Problem Gets Very Real…
If by this point you haven’t yet clicked on that you’ve fallen victim to a scam then you could potentially end up getting parted with thousands of dollars because MOBE, the opportunity that Jordan pushes you into through his programs is a “high-ticket” opportunity that could see you investing around $50k before you even get the ball rolling…
I mean don’t get me wrong you could technically make money with MOBE, but the chances of you doing so are very slim. MOBE makes out to be a program built for newbies but the reality is that it’s built for gurus to take advantage of newbies…
That’s why out of all the thousands that have joined, according to their income disclaimer only a very small handful of them are actually making money. Even fewer have broken even on their initial investment.
The majority of them LOSE money… And if you sign up to MOBE through one of Jordan Daniels programs then the chances are that you too will end up falling into that majority, which is why I recommend you stay away.
Is Jordan Daniels a Scammer?
It’s clear that whether he is real or not – Jordan Daniels is a scammer. All of the programs his name is associated with are get-rich-quick style programs that are clearly designed with the intention of making him (or the person hiding behind his alias) rich at your expense.
Therefore if you happen to come across a product that has been put together by a Jordan Daniels, like the Ultimate Online Success Plan then I would definitely advise you to carry out EXTRA due diligence because it’s highly likely to be a scam or somehow associated with the high-ticket network marketing opportunity MOBE which is something I don’t recommend either.
Have you had experience with Jordan Daniels or one of his products? If so be sure to leave a comment below & share the details – did it turn out to be a similar scam to the one that I outlined in this review? Let me know.