Dow Janes (Million Dollar Year) Review

Jane Dows is a female owned business founded by two friends; Harvard business school graduate; Britt Baker and successful entrepreneur; Laurie-Anne King. Britt has over ten years of experience as a money mindset coach and Leigh-Anne has built two seven figure earning businesses from the ground up. The pair believes that when women have control of their finances they also have more opportunities and louder voices and they hope to empower women who join the program that their business offers.

The program is called ‘The Million Dollar Year’ and gives buyers access to multiple financial resources and skills to help them succeed with their financial future. It is available to purchase on their website

Before we go any deeper into the Million Dollar Year, I want to make one thing clear: If you don’t already have a lot of extra MONTHLY cash, you aren’t ready for this program!  Why do I say this? First, you need to have cash to buy the program AND a significant amount of extra MONTHLY money to start investing with after that. Do not invest money that you can’t afford to lose. Look up Dan Lok’s wealth triangle. It is basic financial advice: 1) Build a business or get a job that makes you a significant surplus every month (like thousands of extra dollars monthly). 2) After you are making $10,000 per month, then, you’re ready to dive into investing.  

That’s why I recommend building a profitable business FIRST. It is easier than you think.  Doing this is less work, less risky, and less expensive, than investing. IN FACT, our recommended solution below even works for teenagers! They do the whole thing via email, no phone calls required. Click here to get a Free Video On This Business Model. I’ve been doing this for almost 20 years. My own kids are using this course to setup autopilot businesses online that require very little ongoing work.

Here’s a video of my daughter’s business using this :

Click Here to Get The Course My Daughter Used.

The course my daughter used above is much better than Dow Janes’ Million Dollar Year. But since you are here to learn about Dow Janes, lets get back to our review of that:

Their website is easy to use; provides most of the information one would need in order to do business with them and, also advertises a free master class that people can join. The master class is called ‘Think Like an Investor’, it promises to tell you the secrets that wealthy people don’t want you to know. The class will discuss investing tips, help you to learn how to have fun saving and will also tell the story of Laurie-Anne and how she went from being $60,000 in debt to being a millionaire.

I signed up for the master class by entering my email, I was also asked which time and date I wanted to attend the seminar and given the times they were hosting one. Immediately after choosing a date and time I was sent an email with a zoom invite for the seminar.

I looked for some reviews of the company away from the ones that can be found on their website. There is a forum which can be found on Reddit about the program however while there is interest in the program, no one on the forum has actually purchased The Million Dollar Year. Most of the reviews can be found from the Better Business Bureau website and those can’t really be called reviews considering they are labeled as complaints. Many women complained that they were not satisfied with the product which they paid for and contacted Dow Janes by email in order to get a refund. Some even went as far to say that they would be contacting their bank to cancel future payments for their monthly plan.

Most of the people on the BBB website were unsuccessful with their mission to be refunded, however it does state clearly on their website that they do not give refunds. It can be found under their terms of sale section. Most of the people hoping for refunds found that the program was not as useful as they would have liked and was not worth the price which they have invested into it. The Dow Janes website does however state that refunds are not offered due to the program being a digital product.

This is definitely something to consider before purchasing access to the program because not all who have purchased in the past have found it useful and not all those on the program will find the program successful for them.

Dow Janes is definitely a legitimate website and it appears as though their program provides what it promises, however there might not be as much personal support as most hope for when they purchase a financial program like this. That is definitely an aspect that needs to be considered especially considering their no refunds policy. There may be better, more personalized and far more interactive programs that are out there for the same price.

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