The Truth about My Push Button Profits

Short review

Name: My Push Button Profits

Website: mypushbuttonprofits.com

 

Creator: Jack Henderson

Enrolment fee: $77 plus upsells

Rating: 2/100

Introduction

Thank you for taking the time to find out if it would be beneficial to join My Push Button Profits (MPBP) as a member. It shows that you are willing to perform your due diligence before getting into something nasty, because all sorts of promises of instant riches or becoming a millionaire overnight. I have based my review on their website content as well as the study of some of the available reviews. Read more and I will explain the truth about MPBP and my very low rating for this system. At the end I will also provide you with the best scam free program that teaches you how to make money online in an honest way.

What is MPBP exactly?

Well to give you the short version, it is another one of these DFY (done for you) systems, where it is implied that you just become a member, then sit back and relax (a 3-hour work week is what I call relaxing) and wait for the money coming to roll in. Jack Henderson claims that he discovered a simple and proven formula, with which anybody can make money from home. Of course this formula is not explained, but he does reveal that you will receive as much as 10 money making websites, which practically run themselves. He claims that there is no education or experience required, as you will make money on auto-pilot, earning $13k to $17k a month.

Furthermore he guarantees that it is the fastest way to earning money from home and claims this opportunity can pay between $300 and $1000 a day, which is not in line with the amounts stated above. If, after all these red flags, you have not yet become sceptical, then I urge you to read on.

Limited number of members

This is another favourite trick of these type of programs, wanting you to believe that it is very popular. Membership has been limited to only 200 lucky ones, as Jack Henderson prefers quality over quantity. This is probably why I am seeing that there is only 1 position left and only guaranteed for 5 more minutes, an announcement that I now have seen for half an hour already. And oh, by the way, yesterday as well.

What does this guy think? That all of us are stupid? I personally do not believe in the limit of 200 members only, nor do I think that there is only 1 position secure for the next five minutes. A ploy like this only strengthens my conviction, that there is something questionable here.

Remark: I just clicked their website again after a few hours and now there are 8 positions still available, sorry down to 7. Oh, now three. You see that is how fast new members sign up!?

How to become a member?

There is a three step approach in order to enlist for this ‘greatest’ of opportunities and it works as follows. In step 1 you will already be launching your websites and do so within 5 minutes (apparently you would have signed-up and paid the $77 already!). You are supposed to log into the special members only section and create your websites, which are already designed for you. It is stressed again that you do not need any technical skills.

In step 2 you are to choose your products from hundreds of profitable and best-selling ones. Here they claim that no selling is required, as it will be done by the websites. Step 3 is where, with the push of a button, you will get thousands of visitors to your website. You will not be asked to do any promotional activities, writing texts, because it has or will be done for you.

If you want to do any business on the internet, getting the right number of visitors is the most important. It will take time and effort to accomplish this as every internet marketer will know. Here one push on a button will do the magic trick? I have a hard time accepting this. It is said that here you will have the possibility to buy a traffic enhancing package, which will not be cheap.

The products

They claim that each of the 10 websites you will receive is unique and ready for selling the products, each paying you $18 – $57 per sale, they offer. Unclear to me is if this is commission or something else. They are offering e-books, movies, music, video’s and more.

I do not believe for one moment that the websites are unique, everybody who signs up is bound to get the same site for a particular product, which means you are in competition. You have no information about the quality of these products, nor do you know how competitive their pricing is, compared to similar stuff from other companies.

If the same products are offered by many, why on earth would they just click your website? I will tell you that chances are you will not make very many sales or even a small amount.

Testimonials

To the left side of their homepage and down they show a number of people testifying to build some credibility for MPBP. At first site it looks like a very valuable addition to the content. On a closer look, however, none of them tell you exactly how much money they make. There are a lot of nice words, but they do not come to the meat of matter, which is the money. Moreover, in small print they have a disclaimer saying that the pictures of the people shown are not the real ones! This begs the question why they would put those testimonials there in the first place. And why do I not get the possibility to contact these persons anyway? I have never seen any contact details, like an e-mail, with any of these so-called testimonials. My guess is they do this for a very important reason only known to them.

Anyway, this does not contribute in any way to giving credibility to MPBP.

Income disclaimer

Like all of these programs they have their small print, which is mandatory reading for every individual intending to sign-up with MPBP. First and foremost they do not guarantee you will get any income, especially not the exceptional numbers mentioned in their homepage. Secondly it is stated that your success in this program is entirely dependent on the amount of work you put into it. This comes after they assure you that you only need to spend a few hours per month, because all the work is done by them.

To me this sounds very contradictory and this is further undermining their credibility.

Final thoughts

A home page with a lot of nice words, promises of high earnings and very little work and otherwise very little real information. The site contradicts itself on possible income, the amount of work involved and how to get traffic, which is the essential part of making any money on the internet.

The testimonials look like a made-up thing, MPBP admitting themselves that the photo’s are phoney.

Information on products is non-existent, as well as info on training contents. When you should become a member, you will have no idea what you are going to receive, as you would be blinded by their sales pitch. Yes, people, that is all this is, a sales pitch.

Suffice to say that I will never sign-up for MPBP. Instead I would sign up for a professional, scam free, honest way of making money online and at a reasonable price.

My recommendation

Why don’t you make a real attempt at becoming an affiliate marketer by joining the best training and guiding program in the world? I have completed a full review of this unique opportunity, which you can access here.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment box and I will reply within 24 hours.

 

Very good Reasons to avoid Four Dollar Click

Short review

Name: Four Dollar Click

Website: fourdollarclick.com

Founder: Not mentioned

Price: No entrance fee, but up-sells up to $999

Rating: 0/100

Introduction

Hello dear readers. After recently reviewing a lot of MLM and DFY programs, this time it is the turn of a PPC system, which stands for pay per click. Yes, you just click and get money or do you? Like for previous reviews I will base my conclusions on information present on their website, as well as researching other existing reviews. I have not been a member of this program, nor will I ever be. If you read on, I will explain my non-rating will become clear as I am giving the very good reasons to avoid four dollar click. If you are really interested in making money online successfully, then I am giving you my recommendation number one at the end of my review.

What is Four Dollar Click (FDC)?

Their program offers you a PPC system, where you click on advertisements and then receive money. Essentially, it’s a way for businesses of buying visits to their site, rather than attempting to “earn” those visits organically. Every time a company’s ad is clicked, sending a visitor to its website, they have to pay Google or any search engine a small fee. In their program, part of that fee is to become yours.

So, now you know the basics of this PPC program and Four Dollar Click is going to provide you all the advertisements, which is the most essential part. If you think that you will get an unlimited number of ads to click on, then think twice. However, this company tells you not to worry, as they are the best in this business.

How does Four Dollar Click work?

Interestingly, their website calls the system Paid to Click and to become a member you are to open a free account, by filling out some online form, after which you can start clicking. Every click will earn you $4, which seems like a huge amount of money, considering the fact, that other companies would pay out maybe $0.01 per click, which is normal for this kind of business. You might say, I can maybe click a 1000 ads in one day and have $100 or even $4000 in the case of FDC.

However, their current website shows a total of 207 available clicks, which is a far cry from the one thousand or more you had expected. Moreover, it is unclear to whom these links are available. It says you can upgrade to premium and have 63 premium ads only for your clicking. Furthermore, you can only visit one site or link at a time and you can only view that link once every 24 hours. Sounds reasonable, but who will guarantee you that you will have ads the next day and if so, how many? I am quite sceptical about their rule that ads will be refreshed every hour.

What about paying out?

Lets us say that with your free account you will be able to click on 20 ads per day, which is by no means guaranteed,  and doing so for five days, you would have total earnings of $400. Now you say, please transfer the money. Haha, sorry but they only pay out after you would reach $4000 and after you have upgraded to a premium membership, which will set you back from a minimum of $60 per month to even $999. Their rule is, pay first, then maybe we pay.

Let us say now that you had reached the amount of $4000 in fifty days (in above example), you ask for pay-out, because according to their terms you have to, but will then take 75 days ( 50 days if you pay a lot) before transfer, that is if they found you did not breach any contract rules. I bet you they will find some, but if not, it would take you 125 days from starting to receive your first $4000. Your pay-out for the first week will only be done some 4 months later!!

I still have to see the first company that pays with a delay of 3-4 months.

Terms of use

Behold, they have a refund policy, but you will not be amazed that all payments you make to them are non-refundable. They can change any terms at any time at their discretion and without giving you notice. If you do not accept, please inform them and they will cancel your membership. All earning amounts listed are estimated values and can be modified without notice.

Oh, and by the way, you are not allowed to cheat. They did go to the trouble of identifying what constitutes cheating, interesting reading. If your account has been inactive for more than 6 days, your earnings will be cleared, taken out and you will never see it back. If you want to cash out and heaven forbid, your account went back to basic, you will lose all your money. This means that if you did pay your monthly membership fee, but they claim they did not receive it, you will lose your earnings.

Final thoughts

The pay-out of $4 per clicked ad appears unusually high compared to amounts transferred by genuine PPC companies.

It is completely unclear how many ads you will be able to click on any given day and although the company hints at some numbers, there is no guarantee whatsoever. This  and the price per click does not add to the credibility of this program.

I see no reason whatsoever for the 50-75 days of delay in paying their members. In fact, why do members have to request pay-out and not automatically get paid once $4000 is reached? And 75 days, only to find out if a member breached one of their rules? This smells very fishy to me.

The principle of you pay first, then maybe we pay, says it all and should give every sound person an enormous red flag.

If this would still not be enough to convince you, then please note their terms of use closely. If I ever saw a one-sided contract, this is the one, with an utter disregard to customers/members. Sign-up with them and you will be their slave.

My number 1 recommendation

For those of you who are interested to make legit money online and do not want to be scammed there are various options available on the internet. I personally joined Wealthy Affiliate (WA) in late 2014 and have never looked back. In building my own website I needed training, guidance and constant support from a professional community. All of this I found in WA, which was established in 2005 and has been growing ever since. The cost are very reasonable.

If you would like to become your own boss, working from home, then this unique opportunity might be something for you. I have published a full and detailed review on WA, which you can read by clicking here. Furthermore this review has a link to the WA program, through which you could join for one week for completely free and experience this once in a lifetime chance.

If you would have questions right now, do not hesitate to fill the comment box and I will reply to you within 24 hours.

Things you should Know about the Crazy Cash Club

Short review

Name: Crazy Cash Club

Website: crazycashclub.com

Owners: Martin Morse and Roger McIntyre

Cost: Membership free, buying 4 products mandatory

Rating: 0/100

Introduction

Hello and welcome to my review of the crazy cash club (CCC). For one reason or another I was attracted to this name like a magnet and got very curious to know what is behind this playful label. I have never signed up with this program, thus base my review on their website and some reviews I researched. So, if you read on I will explain my rating, who they are, what they do and give you a better recommendation for a money making program in the end. If you want to know right now, then read this.

What is the Crazy Cash Club?

The CCC is an internet money making system in MLM/pyramid style that is promising you the world, which probably means that all the money goes their way and not to you. The membership fee is zero (which is a nothing burger as this will get you nil), but in order to make any money yourself, you will need to buy their four programs, some of which are very costly and it is unclear whether their product has any added value for you. They claim, however, that it is only a small payment. Stressed in the terms and conditions is that members are required to join all of the first 4 programs. After joining the first 4 programs members may choose to join or not to join future programs. There will be no refunds as stated, nor have I seen any payback guarantee.

Their website

It starts off with some big slogans in capital letters that immediately grab your attention. They are about earning money your first day, earning tens of thousands of dollars your very first day (if true this would indeed be crazy cash) and then, as if they realise how completely idiotic this sounds, they tone it down to only guaranteed earnings on your first day. 

By just seeing this intro I already know that this will be one of these sites, where people are going to try to take advantage of you. Only these guys are not very professional about it, to say the least. If this had any truth in it, then everybody would be a member already and factories would be empty.

The video

They welcome you to the best money making platform in the world, the most important thing being a basic member and making commissions on your first day. You can also become a VIP member and get access to the best training on how to make money online. They want you to believe that the only thing you need to be able to do is copy and paste and then enlist new people into the program, for which you get paid a commission. It is their free lead system that will get people to sign-up with you.

They want people who are hands on, who will actually do something and not hands outers, who just hold up their hands and say give me the money. I wonder how they will distinguish between the two, but it is simple and ingenious as shown in the next paragraph.

The two memberships

Basic membership is a one time fee of $10, but you will get it back on the first day, because after you pay you are immediately designed as a doer! Ain’t that nice. The next step is that you will be sponsoring 5 new members, with $5 each, but no sweat, because you will get $10 from them. All five new members will have to add five more and so on and you will be collecting $5 dollars each. He goes on to show us a case where you could possibly make $19K on your first day. Looks like a pyramid scheme to me.

VIP membership will cost you a one time fee of $200 and now you will be getting a 100% matching bonus on every addition of people. You are supposed to pay the $200 from your earnings in the basic membership. In the same scenatio as above, they demonstrate, you could be making 20 million dollars over the same period.

Every Thursday they will have free training and once a year there is a get together on some sunny island somewhere and everybody has to attend. If not you will loose your membership.

Is it really that easy?

In order to qualify for these commissions you will have to purchase their products, none of which are particularly useful. The first four are related to the basic membership.

  1. Video Grabber custom made for you, $117, there is a cheaper version
  2. Perpetual Advertising plus, $397.00
  3. 20,00 Laser Targeted Visitors, $54.00 
  4. 5,000 Laser Targeted Visitors, $17.00

VIP Elite Package The Whole Thing, $497.00 This will buy you into the VIP membership

During watching the video, I was looking for the catch and did not find it, as these products were never mentioned. How convenient for the CCC guys. I guess this is the way they make their money, forcing you to buy these products for hundreds of your dollars.

Terms and conditions

Do they they have an earnings disclaimer? Yes of course they do, the standard clause I see in many of these schemes. So, firstly they promise your earnings to be in between $19k and 20 million within perhaps a year and subsequently tell you that of course nothing is guaranteed. What do you believe?

Here is another beauty. Before using this website, you need to study these terms and if you do not agree, say bye-bye. If you used the website already, just discontinue. So, in other words, this is a take it or leave it proposal. No discussion possible, which is in total disregard of prospective members.

Final thoughts

I must say it has taken me quite some time to discover the ins and outs of this CCC. Their website homepage poses as a front, promising you overnight riches beyond believe, by investing nothing. By signing-up you will start earning immediately and in huge amounts. The video is in line with this and leans mainly on emphasising the money that could be earned, not how and certainly not in terms of cost involved. It is completely directed at getting you in their program and then forcing you to buy their products before you get any access to their get-rich-quick-scheme.

You are expected to accept all of their terms and conditions, even when they are utterly one-sided. Sign-up and you are tying your hands to all their vagaries.

My conclusion of all this is that I have no faith whatsoever in this program and would advice all of you to stay far away from this opportunity.

My recommendation number 1

I have always wanted to be a professional internet operator, but knew I had to find the right support program. Late 2014 I found it in Wealthy Affiliate (WA) and I have been a member since. Want a website in minutes, hosted and protected as well, want to learn writing about topics close to you and make money, want the best training and support at a reasonable price? WA, established in 2005, has it all. If you want a very good chance at becoming your own boss, having your own business and work from our home, then this unique opportunity might be for you.

You can read all details of this world class program in my full review by clicking here. The review has a link to WA and by clicking that, you can become a member for one week for absolutely FREE and experience the community yourself. In case you have any questions, please use the comment box and I will respond within 24 hours. Thanks for your attention.

 

 

The Tube Profit Sniper Cover up

Short review

Name: Tube Profit Sniper

Website: tubeprofitsniper.com

Price: $37 + Upsells

Owner: Mike Andrews

Rating: 0/100

Introduction

I did not think it possible, but here it is, I found another of these DFY (done for you) programs that supposedly will have you making money by doing almost nothing yourself. Again my rating is not based on having been a member of this platform, but mostly on the contents of their website, and in this case a half hour video, and some available reviews. Read on and I will let you know what it is, why I rate this program so low and I will direct you to a real, honest, legit way of making money online.

Introduction of Tube Profit Sniper

So what exactly is this system. As I said it is a DFY based program that will provide you with a secret method, by which you can siphon off money from the huge pool of money that YouTube generates all year, supposedly 70 billion dollars. You will be able to receive money from people watching video’s on YT. This allegedly fool proof system works for everybody who is smart enough to enlist right away, as Mike only will teach a limited number of students. He claims that the system is only working for him and a certain limited number of members, namely 20 students per day.

I would say that this is an attempt to make us believe that many people have signed-up already, because this is one of these unique opportunities. He even dares say that whilst you are watching his video, you might loose this opportunity already. Rather than finding this a strong point, I always find it an admission of weakness.

Website and video

The homepage has a header that says $2293.26 per day from YT and is followed by with two pictures, one of a guy having fun on a holiday and the other one showing the same guy in a sports car. By the way, this is not Mike Andrews, but his friend, who apparently made it big time on the internet. Unclear is how his friend came to that life style. A button across the pictures will open the video.

The video, which lasts about 30 minutes, is the main part of his homepage, which further contains a starter button, some testimonials and the usual small print with of course an earnings disclaimer. The message is that everybody who signs up for this program will start making some $500 a day from day 1, which can add up to about $180,000 per year. These numbers form the red thread throughout the video and are repeated until they become boring. Mike wants to blindside people with these numbers, but I only get very annoyed by such a low quality selling pitch.

Tube Profit Sniper’s Modus Operandi

Mike assures us that he has developed a secret system of siphoning money from YT. He further asserts that his method, which of course has not been revealed, has nothing in common with MLM’s, pyramid schemes, CTA marketing, paid surveys or crypto currencies. You only gain acces to his secrets when you have applied and been accepted into the system.

Is there any reason that you would not be accepted? This does not become clear, but I think this is another attempt at looking more important than they really are. Something like keeping up appearances.

How to Use Tube Profit Sniper

As with all these platforms, signing-up is made very quick and easy. Here is the 4-step process:

1. Log in

2. Pick a niche or niches

3. Connect your cash siphon

4. Collect your money

So, this is about all Mike says about his secret system, which has to remain a secret. Oh, he raised one corner of the veil saying that his system works completely in a cloud, or outside server, meaning that you will not own anything and he can do whatever he wants. He has got complete and utter control. Maybe you can live with that, I surely cannot. What I can live with though is part 4 (lol).

Any cost involved?

The video, at the end, mentions that you can see the cost underneath the video screen, but on checking I could not find it. But he did say that he should have been selling a membership for this program for a whopping $1997, but evidently, as the philantropist he is, he will offer it for $37 to us. Oh and when I opened his website one more time, there was a sudden pop-up saying not to miss out on this great opportunity and become a member for a discounted amount of just $17.

In order to further boost his program, Mike offers a 60-day money back guarantee. He has so much believe in the authenticity of this program that he is capable to give you this money back guarantee. But if you find that the Tube Profit Sniper doesn’t do it for you within 60 days after buying, then you are free to claim your money back.

In his video he also admits that he is heavily in debt, so by charging such a low membership fee, how is he ever going to get out of it?

Testimonials

As with all these type of systems, they are showing you a lot of testimonials that have to strengthen the legitimacy of this scheme. The thing here is that you have no way to verify the truthiness of these videos. Knowing that there are web sites where you can just buy these fake videos, even done by real actors, I feel not convinced at all that they are real. They form no prove of credibility and to me it is more like prove of the opposite. Like trying to hide something.

Conclusion + my number one recommendation

The Tube Profit Sniper website home page including video are one low quality sales pitch, which tells virtually nothing to interested people. The repeated use of incredible revenue numbers is only one of the hooks used by Mike. Another one is the limited number of available places in his ‘fantastic’ program. And I personally do not believe in programs promising you so much money whilst they do all the work and you can sit back and relax and collect commissions. You’ve got to be kidding me!

If you really want to become your own boss, working from home on the internet and become successful as well, you would need the right scam free program with the right training and full support throughout your development. You would need a website, get traffic and then make money, which takes some time and effort to be a real business, as with all other start-up businesses. Although there are many such programs available, I like to introduce you to one of the best called Wealthy Affiliate (WA). You will have a website within minutes and can start immediately.

Contrary to the website above I have written and in-depth review of who WA is, what they do and how they do it and what they can offer you for the reasonable fees requested. I know by experience as I have been a member since late 2014. You can access this full review by clicking here. This review also has a link to that program where you can sign-up for one week for FREE.

If you have any questions, please just leave them in the comment box and I will respond within 24 hours.

 

Should you be a Member of Covert Commissions?

Short review

Product Name: Covert Commissions

Website: https://covertcommissions.com/

Creator: Cindy Donovan

Product Type: Done-For-You Affiliate Marketing Service

Price: $27 per month + hidden sells

Rating: 30/100

Introduction

Here is another DFY program, done for you, that promises you are going to make money with online. Those of you that might have read some of my other reviews on DFY systems, will know that I am very sceptical. I just do not believe that paying a small sum of money will immediately make me money by virtually doing nothing. So, if you read on I will explain why I gave them this rather low rating and I will also give you the very best opportunity of making money online.

Introduction of Covert Commissions

Covert Commissions is a so called Done-For-You list building affiliate marketing service with ready-made sales funnels. All you need to do is to drive traffic to what they call the squeeze pages. However, there are question marks about their outdated training, products and the pre-made sales funnels which are of poor quality.

Whilst other similar system like this one focus on easy money, quick money and free accesses, this program focuses on building a customer list. They emphasise how difficult and time consuming producing a profitable list can be, but do not deny that anybody can be taught how to do that. After scaring you a bit more of, they claim that they will do this for you and do it much quicker as well.

Website intro

The very first sentence of their homepage, which is the only page, contains something incorrect, as they introduce themselves as a 100% done for you system, but later on they admit that you would have to drive the traffic to the pages. And to make it seem like a very fortunate discovery you have made here, their offer is only valid for a very limited period of time. Or supposedly so, because I have been able to access it during a longer time frame.

Cindy, in the video at the top, claims that you will earn money from day 1, which is then only going to increase as you move forward. She actually neglects to inform you of how much money could be earned within a certain time period. She also does not elaborate why her system would indeed work.

What do you get?

After concluding that her offer of having no hard work to do and yet make money may sound too good to be true, she goes on to show what is inside the program. She wants you to select one of the commission systems in order to get started. You will then see that there are a lot of niches to choose from, all with their own squeeze page. A squeeze page is kind of a landing page, where people are made aware of available products or services.

My take on this is that a lot of other members may have the same page,  as well as Covert Commissions themselves. You will then all be promoting the products they are granting you. You have no influence on what products to be sold, you do not know what quality they have nor if their price level is comparable to similar products. In this very competitive environment it is you who will have to drive traffic to your squeeze pages, but why would they come to you?

Cloud based system

You will have no worries about website hosting, filing, setting-up the system, maintaining it, because it will all be done for you by them in a cloud. A cloud meaning that all data of the website will be retained within an outside server or servers. I am not sure what this means for the security of your site. In fact I am not even sure who the owner of the website is going to be. But hey, they will run an auto-responder system for you free of cost.

The issue of driving traffic

Cindy is also recognising the fact that driving traffic to your website can be a daunting effort for many people, so she can give you access to training and tools that will help you to master that. She will also show you how the most successful professionals in the business master their traffic flows. I am not sure whether this will be free of cost as well, but tend to believe that their will be a price here.

But what if you do not have the time to learn or are not in a position to drive the traffic yourself? This is no problem, because she then goes on to offer you the traffic by means of her unique and powerful in-house system. Again I have the feeling that this could cost you though.

Cost of membership

She is friendly enough to calculate the cost for you for doing everything yourself, squeeze page, free offer, other pages and e-mail series, which would total some $1,200, hosting fees and auto-responders excluded. Anyway, she wants you to believe that going into the internet business can be very costly. Then she goes on to show you that her system is completely free. Scroll down a little more and you will find out that it is not free. There is a full 30 day money back guarantee though, which would be a good thing if she really does what she is promising.

Is there a catch?

You know the saying, when something sounds too good to be true, it most probably is. Cindy is posing the question herself: there must be a catch (for us, not for her). The answer is that you and me can help Covert Commissions grow, because they do when the number of members increases and you will experience the same. Joining the program to grow together is a nice slogan.

Final thoughts

Cindy has gone through a lot of effort in creating her homepage, asking some awkward questions and answering them herself. It does increase the credibility of the program, although I myself am still not convinced.

You have to ask yourself, why an internet entrepreneur, who invested in her program, would invite you to a system with which you are going to make money and where she is going to do all the work for you. I do not know about you, but I for one do not believe in fairy tales.

You would become completely dependent on what she has to offer you in the way of products, training, tools and support. What if you do not like it or it does not fit your purposes? I would rather go my own way and create a niche based on my own preferences.

There are two warnings on the homepage to the effect that you have to sign-up today, rather than tomorrow as the existing places might be filled already. She wants you to believe that her system is very popular, but places for the ‘chosen’ ones are limited. Can you see through this?

My recommendation number one

If you would like to have a reliable, honest, proven, scam free and reasonably priced program, which teaches you how to become a successful internet business operator, then you should check out the best in the world support program being Wealthy Affiliate (WA). Already in existence since 2005 they have a fantastic training and support platform, where everybody has a good chance to succeed. 

When interested, you can read my full review of this life changing opportunity by clicking here. This review has a link to the WA program, with which you can sign-up for one week for free and experience this unique possibility by yourself.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment box and I will respond within 24 hours.

 

 

 

Is Yoonla a Good way to make Money?

Short review

Name: Yoonla

Website: Yoonla.com

Creator: Reno van Boven

Cost: Allegedly free but no really

Rating: 15/100

Introduction

This is my personal review of Yoonla, the system that creates a lifestyle you want. First of all I would like to tell you that I have never been a member of this program. I am going to base my review mostly on their website and its contents and for a small part on some other reviews I have read during my research. So, when you read on I will explain to you my low rating of this program and give you a much better (maybe the best) opportunity to make money online.

What is the Yoonla system?

Before making any judgements and opinions I will try to give you an idea of what they are offering you. Yoonla provides an online program that claims to teach you how you can potentially earn an income from Cost Per Action (CPA) affiliate marketing. CPA is an online advertising pricing model where the advertiser pays for a specified action- for example a sale, click, or form submit (e.g., contact request, newsletter sign up, registration etc.).  It basically teaches you what you need in order to build a career as an internet entrepreneur and provide you all the support and training to have what it takes to be successful in this field. 

Mind you, I did not find all these details in their website, because it is simply not there.

Yoonla website

The first thing Yoonla says is that they want to help you building your ultimate digital lifestyle or so they claim. I have tried in vain to find what that is supposed to mean and especially how they have come to know what is good for me. But it may sound good to you, and then again it may not. Anyway they claim that they created a digital lifestyle platform that will make you a professional in the internet business. And that is about it!  I am sorry to say this ‘information’ could not have been more vague. But even so, they now expect you to sign-up already. And why would you not sign-up, because it is completely free. So, is it? Let us look a little deeper.

Starter membership for free

Indeed you can sign up for your free starter membership and start your trip to your ultimate lifestyle. Do this and you will be off to a flying start! So, what does this kickstart look like? Well, you will receive step-by-step tutorials that show you exactly how to set things up. Oh, I think this means that they will not teach you the business, but only how to install whatever it is they want you to install. Furthermore they will provide you with materials and special discounts on some of the top digital marketing tools available! I would say that special discounts can only be given when there is a cost involved. But wait a minute, they claimed it was completely free. I guess not so. And why not specify those top online marketing tools anyway?

By now, I already feel very insecure about this system, but let’s see where they take us next. They will urge you to go to the next level, where you really start getting the benefits (as if this one is just inadequate!).

Yoonla elite membership for free?

If you really want to start your internet career, you should join their Elite membership, where you will gain access to more advanced training and marketing materials. More advanced training? On what? How to install more systems? So many promises and nothing specified whatsoever. And you will gain access it says, but I bet you that is not for free. 

Oh, even more than this you will receive exclusive access to the Yoonla Elite Facebook group, so that you will be able to connect with other digital marketers, get tips and advice to help each other succeed as a digital entrepreneur. Again you will have access, but how? Here is what they really want you to do and you won’t find it in their website.

In order to gain all these accesses they force you to sign-up with an autoresponder system, not one you like, but the one they prefer: GetResponse, $15 a month. Furthermore you need to give website hosting to Yahoo Aabaco ($6 a month), also Yoonla mandatory choice. Why? Yoonla is an affiliate for these companies and receives a nice monthly commission for everybody they sign-up!

VIP membership

I like to emphasise that above two memberships only give you access to the online products and the unspecified training programs. But they will not help you move forward in earning an income unless you become a VIP member. As a VIP member you will be allowed access to their affiliate program at an additional cost of a whopping $576. I think you will agree with me that this is a far cry from what you were originally told. And they do not guarantee you anything.

Earnings

Yoonla provides training and marketing tools, although not specified in detail, to help you earn as a CPA affiliate marketer. Even a novice to this business can start earning money with this sytem. Again they do not tell you how much this is, therefore I have a suspicion that it will not be much. But no problem, we have the VIP membership giving you the opportunity to earn at least $2 to $5 for every qualified lead. You also get a commission of $10 to $15 for every lead upgrade to VIP membership. 

I think that it is in Yoonla’s interest to pay you, but not more than they will receive from you plus their affiliate commissions.

The meet our team section

This one I particularly like, as you will meet an ace, a superstar, a rock star and a guy. They even show you a picture of these geniuses, although it looks like a

 picture or painting (see example). But how about their credibility? The one is addicted, another one is obsessed, and all of them have something they really like to do. Does that have anything to do with their jobs at Yoonla? Short answer: nothing. I am now even questioning whether they do anything at all for this company. It looks like just a bunch of people, brought together in this site for the single purpose of giving some credibility to Yoonla. We even have a team!

Final thoughts

I am seriously wondering whether Yoonla is only set up as a very nice, but misleading and disguised front, just for them to earn affiliate commissions from other companies. I must say that I admire this bright idea, although I disagree with the cloaked shape in which is was offered.

Like many similar sites such as these, their website home page is the only page although the top menu leads you to think otherwise. The real information about the project, training and support cannot be found and is really lacking. Do they expect you to sign-up based on some vague promises only?

Being in the internet business myself, I know that it takes years of dedication and hard work to become successful. Telling you virtually nothing about this, does not make me feel very comfortable, let alone make me sign-up for this program.

If you really are interested in becoming a successful internet entrepreneur, then check out my recommendation number 1 below.

My recommendation number 1

In order to make money on the internet you will need the guidance, training and support of professionals for quite a period of time. It would need to be reasonably priced, scam free and fully trustworthy. There is such a program and it is called Wealthy Affiliate (WA), established in 2005. I have been lucky enough to have come across them and join them in late 2014. You can read all about them in my full review by clicking here. If interested, my review contains a link with which you can join them for one week for FREE and experience this unique opportunity for yourself.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment box and I will respond within 24 hours.

What is the Web Copy Cat program about? – Scam or not?

Short review

Company: Web Copy Cat

Website: http://webcopycat.com/

Owner: Devon Brown

Cost: $35 per month

Rating: 15/100

Introduction

Hi there, here is another review for one of the many systems available in the internet pretending to make you easy money within a short period of time. If you read on I will clarify why my rating of them is so low. Furthermore I will direct you to one of the best money making online systems in the world. But first this ‘beauty’.

What is Web Copy Cat (WCC)?

In short WCC is a DFY system, done for you, where you simply set up an account and they will send you the DFY traffic, so that you can start selling their products and receive commissions. This one really claims that you do not need to do any work yourself, not even drive traffic to the website they will be giving you. How do I know this? In the small print and certainly not from their homepage, which gives indeed some information, but not the essential things you need to know. This brings me to their homepage.

WCC website intro

I do not know about you, but when I would click to their website, curious to know what they are about, I would surely expect to read what they are offering. Instead they start with a partly blurry video of people giving testimony to the fact that this system ( that you still do not know about) is the easiest there is in making money online. It is clear though that all of them talk about the first few weeks of their experience, in which all of them claim they have made some money within the first 10 days. None of them specified how much though.

I personally hate it when they are telling me how good something is, when I do not yet know what it really is. I am a person who likes to find out for myself and everybody should have the responsibility to do the same. To me this website intro means that they do not take me seriously!

By the way, the website is owned and operated by Easiest System Ever, L.L.C, whoever that may be. Nice name and I am wondering whether it relates to you or more likely to themselves.

How to get started

The next step, believe it or not, is to get started with a system, of which you still do not have a clue what it is. Of course this is very easy and takes three steps in 14 minutes. You have to understand that you only do the minimum of work here, but still get paid.

Step 1 you have to send them your details as requested and they will set the system up so that the leads & commissions go to you.

Step 2 you will order done-for-you traffic to your business and they will send for you.                                             

Step 3 you simply collect your commissions every 1st and 15th of the month. 

The best Santa Claus ever!

Costs

So now I know that Web Copy Cat is a DFY system, that many people seem to like initially and I know how to get in there, but what does it cost? Well, you pay $1 for your account set up and after 10 days you are going to owe a monthly fee of $35. It is not obligatory to go monthly and you can stay with the $1. It appears that the monthly fee is for them to keep sending you the traffic. 

Now back to those people’s testimonies. They are making an undisclosed amount of money in the first few months, but if they pay for the monthly fee, will it be enough to cover that? I bet you it doesn’t. So, what the hell are you paying for?

Terms and conditions

Well it so happens that their terms and conditions, which you have to access at the very bottom of their home page, give a little more info about how they operate. It appears they have a member program and an affiliate program.

Member program

The WCC Member Program allows you to earn commissions when you sell any number of their digital products. These digital products cover a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to: Internet Marketing,  Entrepreneurship, Personal Development, and much more. WCC already has the products and the websites created for you, all you need to do is promote their products and earn commissions

They go on to assure you that there is no “Multi-Level Marketing” aspect to the WCC Program. As almost everyone has or should have a healthy aversion against MLM’s, I think they make this disclaimer so that their program looks more honest.

Affiliate Program

Anyone can join the WCC Affiliate Program for free. There is never any charge to be a WCC Affiliate. Affiliates earn commissions on sales of the WebCopyCat program through their affiliate link. An affiliate does not need to be a member of the Member Program in order to earn commissions on the sale.

Information lack

So now we know a little bit more about their program. Whether you would be a member or an affiliate you will need to promote their products in order to receive commissions. They are giving you a website, which will probably look similar to the websites other members have; they give you traffic, but do not say anything about how they will do that. I cannot see if there is any training given and if so what exactly. The basic questions here are: why would people go to your website and not to another of the many similar websites? How can you distinguish yourself from the rest?

I can assure you that attracting an audience is not an easy thing to do and it takes time and quite an effort. None of this has been clarified to you, the prospective customer (or victim?).

Final thoughts

This website, other than many similar ones, does not promise you the world, overnight riches or a get rich quick scheme. Instead they focus on easy money. You do not need to do anything, they will do everything for you and you will still earn money. The thing is that I believe this part, you will earn money. However, I also believe that it will not be much and I am afraid that in most cases it will not even be enough to cover your monthly fee of $35. I think this might be their trick, you will earn money, let’s say $25 a month, but you pay them $35, so they make a nice profit from you and others every month.

This means that they are not lying to you, not anywhere on this website. In fact they show an earning disclaimer directly under the video and an extended one in their terms and conditions, so they can never be in trouble. I am not so sure though that this is ethical entrepreneurship and I for one certainly do not like this kind of business approach.

In having to promote their poducts, you might have to enter unchartered territory i.e. you might have to deal with products that you are totally unfamiliar with. How long will you last? Compare this to a system (as below) where you get to pick your own products, based on your passions! 

My final conclusion is that you better stay away from this so-called easy money opportunity, which may be legit, but not very ethical and moreover will not make you much money. Instead put your efforts in the best opportunity as described below.

 

My number 1 recommendation

In order to be successful in this kind of business you need to be a professional or you need to become one. As most of us are novices at internet marketing you will need professional, scam free and trusted guidance all the way. The one program, which is maybe the best in the world and provides just that is Wealthy Affiliate (WA), established in 2005. Excellent training and even better support will give you a solid basis for starting and building your own website until you can successfully monitise it. I know by experience as I started in late 2014. If you are interested, you can read my full review on WA by clicking here. Through my review you can also join WA for FREE for one week and see the system for yourself.

In any case, if you have any questions, please leave them in the comment box and I will respond within 24 hours.

 

What you need to Know about Legit Online Jobs – Scam or not?

Short review

Company: Legit Online Jobs

Website: legitonlinejobs.com

Owner: Not specified

One time fee: $35, temporarily discounted from $70 

Rating: 5/100

Introduction

I would like to warn you of another barely workable online so called money making system, see full review below.

If you would really like a scam free money making opportunity, then read my personal view here.

What is Legit Online Jobs

This is their introduction on their About us page: “Legit Online Jobs has been established to provide people from around the world with the most popular and rewarding work at home opportunities available on the web today. We at Legit Online Jobs saw a need for a one-stop resource of work at home information. After noticing countless work at home scams on the internet charging fees for all types of nothing burgers, we decided to provide you with one website where you can access all legitimate opportunities and real jobs for one nominal fee.”

How does it work?

They explain this as follows: “Companies worldwide are desperately searching for people just like you to type up their ads and post them online, and they’ll pay you nicely in return. They get more customers, you get paid. These companies have cash, lots of it and they’re eager to share it with you. All types of individuals around the world are using this system to make more money than they ever could working for an annoying boss. You can spend as much time as you want, it’s all up to you.”

I beg your pardon! He wants us to believe that there are a number of big companies all over the world just waiting to pay us money? Just for putting an advertising link in a blog? I would think that especially big companies will have an advertising budget big enough not to have to rely on some amateur affiliate hobbying along. And not all of the companies will even have an affiliate program. Why would one of the biggest companies in the world, Google, need us to advertise for them?

This also a far cry from being the one-stop source for all work at home jobs information.

Their website

The website homepage starts with the story of an unemployed dad who went from nothing to earning some $9000 per month working online. His story ends with the fact that, after searching the internet in vain for a long time, he finally came to find something that worked. He does not tell us what is was, nor does he tell you what he did, how he did it and how much time it took. In fact, his story could be incorporated in almost every similar advertising program, because it is one big generalisation. I guess that the creator of this website wanted to imply that our ‘incredibly successful dad’ did it through Legit Online Jobs, but this is not substantiated anywhere in the text.

How to get started?

They claim that all you need to get started is your computer and internet access. You’ll be posting short text ads for companies and submitting them into various online forms. No prior skills or work experience required, just basic computer skills. If you are a committed individual and think you can put in an hour or two per day submitting these ads, we want you on board! What this tells me is that you do not need any training, you will do a little posting and when you do it enough, you could be making $9000 in a month.

Here is the set-up and 3 step plan:

  • Step 1: Create an account
  • Step 2: Choose companies
  • Step 3: Start posting

They say that they will give you anything to get started, including some sample info that supposedly should be copied and pasted into the forms. I would say, this cannot be much as the one-time fee is only $35.

They are then emphasising that you can effectuate the posting in your own time, at your own pace, with absolutely no restrictions. The money-making potential is unlimited and once you have started, the program will virtually run on auto-pilot. They are then implying that you do not need to be at your computer all day. They call this commitment!

Your earnings, if any

The website then produces a large piece of information about possible earnings. Our allegedly successful dad is back with a screenshot of his accounts, which has been heavily redacted to delete anything of real value to us, but he calls it proof the system works. He goes on to say that everyone of those companies always pay the bills, never pay late, so would never have to worry about your money. You also will get paid in any sort or manner you wish.

But you see, this is such a unique opportunity, you have to subscribe now, today! These kind of tactics, this one and the discounted one-time fee, are always a sure sign that something is amiss. They want you to believe that so many people are signing up, but that there are only limited places available.

All this just smells fishy.

Legit Online Jobs changes your life

At least that is what they want you to believe. What that comes down to is listing the advantages of working from home, no words about the work to be done. They even give you a calculator where you can discover how much you can earn, the basis of which is totally missing. Then out of nowhere they give you three bonuses: real online jobs, making money doing surveys and making money on E-bay. If I am going to buy and sell on E-bay, I will go straight to E-bay. Why would I have to go through Legit Online Jobs?

One on one coaching

Then there is the promise of one-on-one coaching program. You will have a personal teacher who will be with you every step of the way. I do not believe for one minute that this is true. The hourly fee of a personal tutor could already be 10 times the entry fee. If I had ever seen an empty promise, then this is the one.

How do they get away with this?

This is very simple, because they have an earnings disclaimer. Here is this beauty: ‘Every effort has been made to accurately represent this product and it’s potential. Even though this industry is one of the few where one can write their own check in terms of earnings, there is no guarantee that you will earn any money using the techniques and ideas in these materials.’

After all the beautiful words, promises of riches at minimum efforts, they finally come with the truth. You will not find this on their homepage, but need to click the small print at the bottom. They also finally admit that: Success in ANY money-making opportunity is a result of hard work, time and a variety of other factors.

Final thoughts + my number 1 recommendation

This Legit Online Jobs website is misleading, our successful dad might have made the money with them, but then again, maybe not.

It is contradictory: they promise riches, next they say you might earn nothing; they claim that 1-2 hours work per day is commitment, but then say it takes a huge effort.

It is confusing, because it mentions you need to fill in forms with ads, then go on to talk about all working from home jobs.

It gives a lot of non-information and a lot of essential information is not there. The big question: ‘what do I get for my money?’, has not been sufficiently answered.

If filling out forms with ads is to do the trick, how is that going to happen? In affiliate marketing you need to carefully build a website and fill it with quality content to have any chance at attracting an audience. This wold take at least months, but probably over a year of hard work, training and the right support. I happen to know the best program in the world to realise a successful internet business: Wealthy Affiliate (WA), established in 2005, scam free, professional and reasonably priced. Read all about this unique, once in a lifetime opportunity, in my full review here.

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment box and I will respond within 24 hours.

Is Auto Home Profits a Scam?

Company: Auto Home Profitsscam

Owner: Max Carney?

Website: autohomeprofits.org

Rating: 0/100

Introduction

According to their website Auto Home Profits (AHP) is an on line profit system that allows you to earn a living from the comfort of your home. Then they go on to say that their company will connect you with popular website employers like Yahoo, Bling and Google where they explain each on line job opportunity. No further explanations are given.  They claim they created this system especially for people with financial problems. No prior experience necessary. scamApply for jobs? Where did that come from?

What follows is a button where you can click to see earnings. When you do so you will see a site for crypto money and be urged to buy software and invest in crypto currencies through Crypto Wealth !!? They even show a widget with a story about their number one crypto currency trader Max Carney. There is no explanation as to why I am being led to this. How the hell is anybody in this world going to understand what Auto Home Profits is? How can anybody in his right mind sign-up for it after reading the above intro? Read their disclaimer below and you will see that they in fact advise you not to invest anything!

How Does AHP Work?

I am citing their website again: AHP finds you job opportunities on the web that are simple, do not require prior work experience and allow you to work from home. As soon as you apply you will start earning money.

I again clicked a starter button and lo and behold, I was in the crypto money business again. Moreover, I have looked for any examples of the jobs in vain. scamBut I found that you have to follow three steps during starting up.

Step 1: You login into your personal account and you copy the unique linking code the system automatically gives you. 

Step 2: You enter the section of your personal account where you are given customer records for you to post links for. Customer names are added to your account 24 hours a day so you always have plenty of links to post. 

Step 3: You fill out a few details and submit to create a site.

I am sure that you all will know by now how this “opportunity” works?

Other observations on AHP

AHP claims that there are “work from home jobs” where you can earn as much as $379 a day. If this was really possible then everyone would jump at this possibility. You won’t make much money from clicking on a few buttons, or by companies paying you to do jobs like surveys or any jobs that require no experience.

AHP claims that they have been featured on a bunch of news sites like CNN, MSNBC, ABC, Fox and others. There is nothing to prove that these media have indeed endorsed AHP. Therefore, these “endorsements” look to be fake. 

scamSo do their testimonials. Wesley R made over $1,000 following the instructions. Well, anybody can say that, but where is the proof here? Where are his contact details, telephone number, e-mail or FB account? One picture and some text is not real proof of income.They might have made this up and taken a picture from Google images. This poor guy probably doesn’t even realise his image is on a this website. 

Auto Home Profits Disclaimer

I have pasted here various of their warnings on the Crypto Wealth site:

“HIGH RISK INVESTMENT WARNING: Trading Forex, CFDs and Cryptocurrencies is highly speculative, carries a level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. You may lose some or all of your invested capital, therefore you should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose. Please click here to read a full risk warning. Crypto Wealth is a trading name of Crypto Wealth LTD, a Technology Services Company. Crypto Wealth does not gain or lose profits based on your trading results and operates as a technology company. Crypto Wealth is not a Financial Services firm and does not operate scamas a financial services firm.

We are required to tell potential investors that our software’s past performance does not necessarily predict future results, therefore you should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose.

USA REGULATION NOTICE: Option trading is not regulated within the United States. Crypto Wealth is not supervised or regulated by any financial agencies nor US agencies. Any unregulated trading activity by U.S. residents is considered unlawful. Crypto Wealth does not accept customers located within the United States or holding an American citizenship.

SITE RISK DISCLOSURE: Crypto Wealth does not accept any liability for loss or damage as a result of reliance on the information contained within this website; this includes education material, price quotes and charts, and analysis. Please be aware of the risks associated with trading the financial markets; never invest more money than you can risk losing. The risks involved in trading Forex, CFDs and Cryptocurrencies may not be suitable for all investors. Crypto Wealth doesn’t retain responsibility for any trading losses you might face as a result of using the data hosted on this site.”

In other words, please invest, but do not go to them if things go wrong, because they already advised against it!

Conclusion + my recommendation

The AHP website pages, its contents, the non-existing logic does not give me much confidence that there any opportunities offered here that I am going to make any money. Their website promises you instant money, the easy way and from the comfort of your own home. They are supposedly offering you easy jobs, but do not elaborate on the type of jobs, let alone give examples. When trying to log in you are amazingly and suddenly seeing a page on crypto currencies and its software, which in my humble opinion has got nothing to do with job offers.

Therefore my conclusion is that you dear reader should not go anywhere near this system. Their 3 step process will not help you make money and this program  with its vague website will only end up costing you money.

If you are really interested to have your own legitimate internet business, working from home, then there are numerous better options than the ones offered by AHP. What if I say that anyone of you can become their own boss by monitizing your own website, earning a decent full-time income? And of course you do not want to be scammed and invest a lot of money. Since a few years I am part of the world’s best internet business support program called Wealthy Affiliate (WA), which was established in 2005. Join them for a week for Free and within minutes after starting the first training you will be having a website. WA then goes on to train you how to get traffic to the site through blogging. Once you have traffic (=audience), they will teach you exactly how to make money with it. You will be able to read all about WA in my personal review of them, which can be accessed here.

In any case, I will be happy to answer all the questions you might have on this unique, once in a lifetime opportunity, and I will come back to you within 24 hours.