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I hope you found this article helpful! I'm Kyle, the creator of this site, which is probably pretty obvious after seeing the name. Like most, I've had my fair share of difficulties and a pretty bumpy road while trying to find success online, which is why I put togetherthis guide so that others can get started right the first time around.

Cash Sniper Is a Scam – Don’t Quit Your Day Job!

Cash Sniper (cashsniper.co) is a new system that “you can make up to $3,500 in online commissions today” with, but you are definitely going to want to AVOID this.

Can you really make that amount of money? No way.

Is Cash Sniper a scam? Absolutely.

Whenever I come across some “automated profit system” that takes “just a few clicks online each day” I am always suspicious, as I should be. After all, there seem to be way more scams for making money online then legitimate programs/systems.

I’m guessing you probably came to the same conclusion… That this sounds an awful lot like a scam and you better look into it further. You probably got an email about some awesome new opportunity for making money online that provided a link, which you then clicked and got directed to the video presentation.

How do I know this is how it works? Well, because this is how it usually works with other scammy products available on ClickBank. I have reviewed countless scams and this one reminds me a lot of some similar one such as 7 Minutes Daily Profits and AZ Sniper.

It’s definitely a good thing you decided to do a little extra research and landed on my review here.

Believe me, you are not going to want to buy into the system and you will see why.

And definitely don’t quit your job! The guy says there will be no reason to go to work after using this system. This is a lie.

Cash Sniper Review

The video presentation starts out talking about how it is super easy to make money with this system, how it takes very little work and how it has helped 57 people, “just like you”, earn more than $100,000 in profits…

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And of course it is “quick and easy” and so on. Pretty much it starts out with the typical scammy sales pitch for some fairytale automated system that is going to make you boatloads of money with very little work.

In order to try to make the sales pitch come off as more legitimate, they show video testimonials from people who have supposedly been making tons of money with this system, such as this guy who claims to have made $26,000 in a very short period of time…

testimonial

They show videos of people claiming to have made as much as $1 million with the system.

The guy below claims that the system was making him so much money he went out and bought his first house after only 7 weeks. It is said to have changed his life and that he claims he is making more money than he ever thought possible…

testimonial 2

But, as always, I was very suspicious of these testimonial videos.

I’ve reviewed plenty of scams where the testimonial videos have been completely fake so even when I come across a video that is convincing, I still have to look into it more to make sure it is legitimate.

Fortunately for these testimonial videos, they weren’t very convincing at all (which saved me time) and they increased my suspicion that this was all just a scam. After doing a little bit of digging around I was able to find that the people in these videos are actually paid actors from Fiverr, as you can see this guy’s profile below…

fiverr profile

The people behind the system simply paid actors to make these fake testimonial videos to try to make the offer seem more convincing.

This Is Looking More and More Like a Scam

As if all that I have mentioned thus far is not already enough evidence to conclude that this is a scam, it gets worse.

They tell you that you can literally make thousands of dollars with 5 minutes of work per day with this automated system…

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Seriously? I thought that the one previous scam I reviewed which claimed you could do it in 7 minutes a day was bad enough… But now this one claims you need only 5 minutes.

But still… 5 minutes is way too much for me. I’m waiting for a system where I can make millions with just 30 seconds of work a day (joke).

Lots of Unverified Income Claims

Another tell-tale sign of a scam is how the video presentation is mostly made up of a bunch of unverified income claims. You have all these people (which we now know are fake) talking about all the money they have been making, they show us all these screenshots of bank statements with boatloads of money, but where’s the proof?

The testimonials are fake and it is very easy to Photoshop a bank account to make it appear as if there are tons of money in it, when there might not be. You can’t trust anything here.

No Idea Who Created This

The spokesperson claims his name is “Ray Pickard” and he claims to have over $2 million in his bank account, but this is more than likely all made up.

The fact that he does not even show a picture of himself is concerning and I have reviewed way too many scams that have been promoted under fictitious names to trust this.

The reason scammers often promote their scam systems under fake names is because, of course, they do not want to face the backlash after people realize they have been scammed. They want their true identities to remain hidden.

What You Get If You Buy Into This

After listening to all the BS about how much money you can make with this system, the spokesperson finally gets to the point and talks about how the system actually makes you money.

It is all about affiliate marketing, which is when you promote other people’s products online and earn commissions.

This is a completely legitimate way to make money online, but THIS SYSTEM is not!

This system does not guarantee you profits and I pretty much guarantee that you are NOT going to make profits with this system, based on what I see here.

As I’ve mentioned numerous times, I have reviewed many “make money online” scams over the years. When there is a system promoted as a way that you can just sit back and watch the money roll in, it is usually a bunch of crap.screenshot

You more than likely are going to get some very generic and overall low quality training on how to make money with affiliate marketing. This is probably going to leave you in a worse position than when you started, because you are just going to be wasting your time trying to make money as an affiliate doing things that simply don’t work.

The fact of the matter is that affiliate marketing is not “easy” and it does take work. There is no 5 minute method to making money this way and I know this because I personally have been affiliate marketing since 2015.

Conclusion – Avoid

Obviously I’m not going to be recommending Cash Sniper to any of my readers. Although I have not actually buy into this product, it has all the common characteristics of being a massive scam.

Clickbank is a fairly trusted platform and although this product is being sold on ClickBank, don’t ever assume that whatever is being sold on their must be legitimate. There are scams being sold there all the time. It is pretty ridiculous.

But anyways… My advice = AVOID!

If you are looking for a legitimate way to get started affiliate marketing then I would highly recommend checking out my free guide. As mentioned, I’ve been affiliate marketing online since 2015 and actually make a living doing so. I know how it all works and I know what it really takes to be successful. My free guide goes over exactly how I make money doing this and the best way to get started.

If you have any comments or questions please leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review – Scam? [Avoid at All Costs]

7 Minutes Daily Profits it is said to be “free money making software” created by a guy named Vince Howard.

But… Is it really? Or is this just going to turn out to be a scam? Will it turn out to just be a waste of your time and money?

He claims that it has helped over 1500 people generate “at least $500 every day online”, but of course you cannot always trust what you hear or read online.

I have exposed many online scams in the past and when something sounds too good to be true, it usually is.

I’m guessing you probably received some email about some awesome new money making system, which then led you to the video presentation for 7 Minutes Daily Profits.

You probably thought it sounded a little bit too good to be true, and decided to do some extra research, which then led you to my review here. And it’s a good thing you made it here because this system is NOT what you are told it is.

7 Minutes Daily Profits – DO NOT BUY

As soon as I came across the video presentation I was pretty sure that this was going to be another scam, but you can’t always judge a book by its cover so I decided to dig a little deeper.

Whenever I here about a system/program where you can make a significant amount of money with very little work, and it costs next to nothing to buy into, I am always extremely suspicious. This reminded me of some other recent scams I’ve exposed on my site here, like Bulletproof Profits and Secret Millionaire Bot for example.

And what made me even more suspicious worthy video testimonials from people claiming to be using the system and making tons of money with it. Do you remember this guy shown below?…

fake testimonial

He claims to have made over $700 in just the first 6 hours of using the system and over $1000 the next day. All of this with only 7 minutes a day of work.

Then there was another lady talking about how she made over $200,000 in just 3 months of using the system

But… These testimonials sound way too good to be true and they are. They are completely fake. These people are ACTORS. You can take a look below at the screenshot I took from the one guy’s profile on Fiverr, which is a freelance marketplace where you can pay people to make fake testimonials like this.

fiverr profile

It is obviously a major red flag and a sign of a scam that these testimonials are fake, however, this doesn’t completely prove that this whole system is a scam yet.

So I decided to keep digging around.

Sure enough the rest of the video presentation was just a bunch of fluff without much real substance. The system is really hyped up and you are told all about how it is going to be making you tons of money and how it is “something you have never seen before”, but there really isn’t much detail given on how the system actually works.

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Everything About This Opportunity Looks Like a Scam

The fact that you have to buy into the system before finding out how it works is a major red flag. This is how just about every scam out there works. Of course you are not going to buy into it if you knew what was inside, so they don’t tell you and leave you wanting more, so that you have to buy in.

And besides that there are plenty of other red flags.

Another that is worth mentioning is this “Vince Howard” guy, who supposedly created this system.

7 Minutes Daily Profits Vince Howard

He claims he used to be a truck driver living with his wife and daughter in a one bedroom apartment, who then lost over $10,000 on some scam coaching program, then of course came across this amazing software from a coworker of his.

BUT… Everything he tells you about himself as a lie. In fact, I’m willing to bet that this “Vince Howard” fella doesn’t even exist. It is probably a made up name.

He mentions that he has been featured in magazines like Huffington Post and Forbes, but this is completely untrue. I actually went to the Forbes website and searched around for him but could not find anything. The most relevant results I found for Vince Howard was for Vince Carter, the basketball player… Funny.

Forbes search

What Happens When You Buy Into This?

First off, this is not “free” as you are told. It costs $9 get started with and this is supposedly a “server fee”. After the initial purchase you will then be pushed into buying upsells that cost over $230.

How do I know they cost over $230? Well, because I knew that affiliates promoting this program can earn up to $230 in commissions, which means that it must cost much more than that.

But anyways… If you buy into this you will likely get some generic training for making money online that will probably leave you even worse off than if you were to not buy it at all. The reason I say this is because it will likely lead you down the wrong path and waste a bunch of your time, giving you no real ability to actually make money.

This is definitely not the autopilot, “done for you”, super easy system that you are led to believe it is.

Conclusion – Scam or Not?

I would like to call this a scam, but unfortunately have to be careful with statements such as this, for legal reasons of course. They do provide a bit of training so I guess it is not a complete scam, although the video presentation is incredibly misleading and if you buy into it you are not getting anything like what you would probably expect.

I will absolutely not be recommending any of my readers to buy into this.

If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online then I would highly suggest taking a look at how I make a living working online for myself. This is something that I actually know works from personal experience.

Comments or questions? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂

Secret Millionaire Bot Review – Avoid This Scam!

Secret Millionaire Bot (at secretmillionairebot.com) is claimed to be a fully automatic “push-button” money making robot that you can supposedly make $2479 per day, but of course none of this is true. Just as you were probably suspicious of the moment you came across the ridiculous promotional video, this is a SCAM.

There are a lot of red flags that probably popped out at you when coming on the website, such as…

  • You’re one of the lucky few to be allowed entry into this secret club
  • Push-button, fully automated robot
  • Massive income claims
  • You can make thousands of dollars today

It just seems too good to be true, does it not? It sounds like other scams I’ve exposed recently, like Spring Profits for example.

I mean, why would you be one of the lucky few to be allowed into some “secret club” that uses a “push-button” and “fully automated robot” to make absolutely insane amounts of money each day? Why would they choose you? That is a question you have to ask yourself.

And as a rule of thumb, whenever you come across some push-button, fully automated system… It is best to proceed with extreme caution and do some research beforehand, because it is probably a scam.

In this quick review I’ll be giving you undeniable proof that it is indeed a scam and you are definitely going to want to avoid it.

What Is Secret Millionaire Bot?

At first this seems like an incredible way to make money online. It sounds like you just sign up, get access to this robot software and start bringing in tons of money on autopilot.

But, as you can imagine, it is nowhere as good as it seems. It is very over-hyped and anyone who buys into this will surely be disappointed. What you actually get access to is a bunch of poor quality training for affiliate marketing, which is just going to be a waste of your time and money.

It is not some system that you just plug into and start making money, not even close.

The system was supposedly created by some guy named “Charles Allen”, but I doubt this guy even exists. They never show his face in the video presentation and never provide any sort of verifiable information. I have reviewed plenty of scams over the years and they are almost always promoted under fake names, because of course the real people behind them don’t want to be known.

How It Works.. (Allegedly)

He claims that him and his team have created this automated software system that “identifies the most lucrative money-making-opportunities on the internet”. And it then targets and copies these opportunities into your account.

But what the heck does this mean?

Well… Your guess is as good as mine. This type of vague information that makes absolutely no sense is very typical of online scams like this.

They don’t want it to make sense. They went to make the system sound as awesome as possible, like something you have never heard of.

But of course it is all a lie.

Just About Everything Is Fake!

Pretty much everything that was said and that you see in the video presentation on secretmillionairebot.com is fake… The testimonial videos, the reviews below the video presentation, the “social proof”, the statements about the video being removed at midnight, just about everything.

Do you remember the person pictured below from the video? She claims she has made over $221,000 in just over 2 months using the robot…

testimonial

Now that would be pretty darn amazing… If it were real. But of course it is not real and this is just a paid actress from the freelance marketplace called Fiverr, which you can see here…

fiverr profile

And all of the other people in the video presentation that claim to have made tons of money with this system are paid actors as well. They are all from Fiverr and I actually knew this before even looking into it because I have seen their videos online for other scammy “make money online” systems in the past.

The “real reviews” are fake too!

The reviews that are shown below the video presentation are also as fake as can be…

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I had my suspicions since I already knew that the video testimonials were fake, so I decided to dig a little deeper and found that these pictures are all over the place online. As you can see below, I did a reverse Google image search and found them all over Google on various random websites, which more than likely means that they are stock photos anyone can purchase and use as they wish…

fake reviews

And the “social proof” is another lie

The social proof that they show below that, which supposedly comes from Facebook and Twitter, ya, that is also fake…

social proof

And don’t worry about the warning displayed at the top of the website. They say that the video will be removed that midnight, but this is another easily proven lie. You can simply leave the website and come back the next day to see this for yourself. The website and video will still be there… Not that it really matters because I don’t recommend buying into this crap anyhow.

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What You Get If You Buy In

As mentioned, you aren’t really getting some fully automated system like you are led to believe. You’re basically just getting a bunch of training on affiliate marketing, and not very good training.

This is why pretty much anyone who buys into this is going to be extremely disappointed. You are not getting anything nearly as amazing as you are told.

Affiliate Marketing Is Legit But Certainly NOT This Easy

Affiliate marketing is when you promote products online and earn commissions doing so. This is a completely legitimate business model and one I have years of experience with. In fact, I actually make a living doing affiliate marketing and have been involved in it since 2015.

I can tell you with absolute certainty that it is NOT as easy as they make it seem.

Sure, there are many upsides to making money online, one of which is that you can automate many of the processes, but no matter what route you take it WILL take work. There is no push-button system out there for making money like this.

Conclusion – Secret Millionaire Bot Is a SCAM

Everything about Secret Millionaire Bot is a scam. Often times I’m pretty lenient when doing my reviews, but this particular product is extremely scammy so I’m not going easy on it.

I guess there is some value provided with the training that you get if you buy into it, but when you are expecting something completely different and much better, this isn’t going to seem like much value at all. It is only going to seem like a scam.

So anyways, obviously I do not recommend anyone buy into the system. And if you have already, I would recommend trying to get your money back as soon as you can. Luckily it is being sold through the ClickBank platform and getting your money back within 60 days should be relatively easy.

That said, if you want to know something that I actually recommend, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month working online for myself. I explained exactly what I do, how it all works and how others can get started doing the same. This is something that I know works from my own experience.

Please leave any of your questions or comments below. I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

MoolaVine Scam or Can You Make Money? – Such a Dumb System

You are told that you can “build an easy income with MoolaVine”, but can you really? Is this really an easy system for making money online or is this just another scam that is going to be nothing more than a waste of your time?

The system was created by a guy named Bryan Winters, who claims to have made millions online, and may sound pretty exciting when you watch the video presentation for it.

He talks about how the system is going to allow you to create a “vine” of 100’s or 1000’s of people buying products through you and it all sounds really simple. HOWEVER, there are some serious downsides to this system and in this review you will see what I mean.

So don’t buy in yet! Please read this first…

MoolaVine Review

  • Name: MoolaVine
  • Website: moolavine.com
  • Creator: Bryan Winters
  • Price: Free (but not really)
  • Recommended?: No – horrible and stupid way to make money in my opinion

As mentioned, MoolaVine is the creation of Bryan Winters. And by the way, I do believe that he has made millions online because he has created other systems in the past that have received a good bit of attention, such as Zippo Pay. What he is most known for is creating rather unusual and clever systems to make money online that most people would never think of.

While MoolaVine is another one of these clever systems to make money online, it really isn’t something that I’m going to recommend and for good reason.

In a nutshell, this system uses “affiliate marketing but in reverse” to help you build an online income.

If you our new to this all then you probably have no idea what the heck that means, and I didn’t at first either. But don’t worry, I’ll explain it all now…

How It Works – Explained

So affiliate marketing is when you use affiliate links to promote products online and earn commissions when you help make sales. This “affiliate marketing but in reverse” isn’t really an exact reverse of normal affiliate marketing, but I guess that is one way to describe it.

Basically you will be making money by people purchasing products with your affiliate link, as normal, HOWEVER where it differs is that people won’t just be clicking on your affiliate link and purchasing products. Instead, they (your referrals) will be requesting to purchase products through MoolaVine and you will share your affiliate link with them.

MoolaVine works with ClickBank and JVZoo products. How it works is you will first have to refer other people to join MoolaVine and after they join they will be forced to purchase products on ClickBank and JVZoo if they want to activate their account so that they can make money as well. And when they purchase these products, you will earn a commission because they will be using your affiliate link.

  1. You join and get your affiliate link
  2. You then get others to join through your link
  3. They purchase products with your link and earn you commissions

But as you imagine you will have to make purchases just as the people you refer in have to make purchases.

You Have to Make Purchase Requests Too!

It is a “give and take” type of system. When you join you will also have to “activate” your account by purchasing products.

You will want to keep what is called “green status”, and you achieve this status by purchasing products as mentioned.

What you will do is fill out one of these purchase request forms by simply entering the product name and the link to the sales page…

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The cost to keep your account active so that you can make money from other people doing this is at least one dollar a day. But it isn’t like you are spending one dollar every day. Instead, every dollar spent equals one day that you maintain green status.

So for example… If you purchase a product on ClickBank for $37 after filling out one of the “purchase request forms” shown above, you will then maintain green status for 37 days from that purchase.

They also have what is called the Unlimited Green Day Plan which is $20/mo. With this you simply pay for your green status and don’t have to purchase a bunch of products that you don’t want.

What’s The Point?

So as I just mentioned, they also have the Unlimited Green Day Plan that you can purchase for $20 a month to keep your account active, however the main thing that is pushed upon people is to purchase through ClickBank or JVZoo to keep their account active.

But what the heck is the point of this? Why wouldn’t people just go directly to the source… Purchase directly from ClickBank or JVZoo?

The answer to the question is that there isn’t really any point. The only point is to keep your account active. So what this means is that people are going to feel forced to purchase products that they don’t even want. And in my opinion this is a pretty stupid way to make money… Making money by people purchasing products they don’t want just to keep their account active so that they can make money from other people doing the same thing.

I Don’t See This Working Out

You definitely can make money with this and it is a very clever way to do so, but I just don’t really see this working out.

There isn’t any real value in this and when businesses don’t provide real value they almost always fail.

In addition to that, I just don’t see many people joining. I’ve been involved in online marketing since 2015 and currently make a living online, and I just don’t see much potential here. I imagine myself promoting the heck out of this program and really not getting much in return. People are going to be very hesitant to join, as you probably are right now.

It just doesn’t make much sense. It seems like the creator just tried to think of the craziest way to make money and came up with this system. It serves no real purpose.

It Will Cost More Than You Think

One thing that definitely needs to be talked about is that it WILL cost more than you think.

The system is free, but you are going to need traffic and unfortunately traffic generation is one of the most difficult and tricky part of online marketing.

Sure, you can get free traffic from Google and social media, but the overwhelming majority of people out there are not going to have the means to do this. Do you have an established website that you can use to promote this opportunity? Do you have a massive social media following that you can use? Probably not.

The solution: If you join you will be pushed to purchase “shares” of traffic, which cost $40 apiece. This is called the MoolaVine Traffc Co-Op, and this is how Bryan Winters suggests that you drive in new referrals. This is how he is making a lot of his money I’m assuming.

But there is definitely no guarantee with this type of traffic. There is no telling how far a $40 “share” of traffic will get you. Will get you one sign up? Will get you 5 sign-ups? Will get you zero? Who knows…

Paying for traffic as a complete newbie can be a dangerous game and an easy way to blow through a heck of a lot of money really fast if you don’t know what you are doing. And like I said, I just don’t see many people signing up for this type of opportunity.

Final Verdict – I’m Definitely Not Doing This

MoolaVine is not a scam and you can make money with it, it just isn’t my cup of tea and I’m not going to be recommending it because I don’t see it as a good way to make money online and don’t think too many people will have success with it.

Something else that you should think about is the longevity of systems like this. I really don’t think this is going to last too long. I mean why would it? It doesn’t provide any real value. Systems like this come and go all the time.

But anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it somewhat helpful. If you are looking to make money online and once something that I do actually recommend, check this out. This is how I make a living online and have been doing so for years. It’s beginner friendly and definitely more legit way to make money online than this MoolaVine place.

Comments or questions? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

Bulletproof Profits Review – A Horrible Purchase!

Bulletproof Profits is very different from what you are told and you certainly will NOT “make up to $3,750 today with just 7 simple clicks”.

Is this just another scam? Yeah, pretty much it is, which I’m sure you were already suspicious of.

The video presentation is filled with all the common scam characteristics…

  • Massive income claims
  • Sounds incredibly easy
  • I’m “extremely lucky to be here right now”
  • “this page will be removed @ midnight”

Yep…. Sounds like a pretty typical online scam… kind of like the Spring Profits scam I exposed recently.

You are told that this system supposedly taps into some “secret online Goldmine” that is worth $685 billion and that you can easily make over $2000 a day with.

The guy that created the system is named “Justin Tyler” and throughout the video presentation he shows screenshots of large sums of money in his bank account…

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But of course it is incredibly easy to fake income screenshots like this, so there is absolutely no way of knowing if this is real or not… And I’m guessing is more than likely fake.

And even if it was real, how would we know that this money came from using the Bulletproof Profits system? We wouldn’t…

Lots of Obvious Lies

It’s really hard to trust a system that has so many obvious lies surrounding it. For example, you are told that the video presentation will be taken down at midnight, but this is easily proven to be a lie.

This is something you can easily see for yourself as well. Just leave the page and come back the next day if you want to. It will still be there.

But anyways… You can’t always judge a book by its cover, even if it has an incredibly scammy cover, so let’s dig a little deeper into this review…

Bulletproof Profits Review

As mentioned, this “system” was created by a guy named “Justin Tyler”. HOWEVER, there’s a good chance this name is completely made up and fictitious. There is no proof offered that he actually exists and no verifiable information given.

I have reviewed countless scams over the years that have been promoted under fake names. Of course the real people behind scams don’t want you to know their names, because then you might show about their house and demand your money back or something like that.

In a nutshell this Bulletproof Profits “system” isn’t really a system at all. While you can possibly make money with what it provides you with, it is nowhere near the amazing money making opportunity that they lead you to believe it is and is certainly not anything I’m going to be recommending to my readers.

How The System Makes You Money..

Unfortunately in the video presentation you are not told any specific way that this system will be making you money. We know that it somehow profits from Amazon, but don’t know exactly how it does this., which is typical of a scam. Of course you have to buy into it before you actually know what you are getting into.

Are You Selling Products on Amazon?

Is the “system” going to be making money via Amazon FBA somehow??, which is when you have products that you store in Amazon’s warehouses and they take care of the fulfillment for you.

Are You Just Promoting Things?

Are you just going to be promoting products on Amazon through the Amazon Associates program? This would be affiliate marketing and you would earn commissions when you help make sales.

One Thing Is For Sure… IT WILL TAKE WORK

It doesn’t really matter which way this “system” is supposedly going to make you money. One thing is for sure, it WILL take work. This isn’t just going to “siphon” profits like the video leads you to believe.

AND… You certainly will not be making any money today. It doesn’t matter how you try to make money with Amazon, there is no way to make thousands of dollars within a day’s time, everything takes work to get set up and that takes time.

*More on how this makes money below.

The Hidden Cost

So when I went to purchase this product it was being sold at a 95% discount, or at least that’s what they said. Who knows if this is actually a discount or if they are just saying this to make it sound more enticing.

But anyways, the price was $9…

cost

HOWEVER, there were upsells, which were a heck of a lot more expensive than $9…

  • $197 – Bulletproof Profit Turbo
  • $145 – Bulletproof Paydays

What You Are Really Getting When You Buy This

Bulletproof Profits

You are led to believe that you are going to be getting some “system” which sounds like you can just plug into it and start making a bunch of money.

This is far from being the truth. Instead, when you buy in you get, as I was expecting, a bunch of really crappy training.

It seems that this “training course” goes over several different ways to make money with Amazon, and features a bunch of outdated and re-hashed videos/PDFs.

members area

It is far from being the “system” that you are led to believe it is.

Just About Everything Is a LIE

Pretty much everything about this place is a lie.

The income claims are probably a lie, you definitely aren’t going to make thousands of dollars on the first day like you are told, Justin Tyler is probably a made up name, and so on.

Even the “social proof” that was below the video presentation is a lie.

As you can see below, I did a reverse Google image search for one of the images and found that it is all over the place online, which more than likely means is a stock photo that can be purchased for anyone’s use…

fake proof

Final Verdict – Avoid

Obviously my final bit of advice is going to be to avoid this place. And if you did buy into it I would try to get your money back as soon as possible. Luckily this is being sold through ClickBank, which does have a 60 day moneyback return policy, which is the only good thing about this.

It is possible that you could potentially make some money with this “system”, but it would be an absolutely horrible path to take and you more than likely wouldn’t, which you are probably well aware of by now.

You can definitely make money with Amazon, but this course is not a good choice to train you on how to do that. You can take a look at the program I use to make a living online for something that I actually recommend and that I know works.

Comments or questions? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂

Affiliate Marketing Dude Review – Scam or Good Training? [Read Before Buying!]

Welcome to my Affiliate Marketing Dude review.

Affiliate Marketing Dude is an affiliate marketing training program created by Marcus Campbell. But how good is it really? Is it a possible scam or waste of time?

I’m sure we have both seen our fair share of “make money online” programs out there that simply do not work. I know I sure as heck have anyhow.

So doing a little extra research and finding out how good this program actually is was a good choice. And a very important one.

In this review I’ll be going over what exactly this program includes, what type of work you will have to do, how much money you can make, complaints, the cost and more.

What Is Affiliate Marketing Dude?

As mentioned, this training program is the creation of Marcus Campbell. He has been involved in affiliate marketing for quite some time and obviously knows what he is doing. But of course just because someone is making good money for themselves doesn’t mean that their training program/system is worth getting involved with, which is why I had to dig a little deeper and review this program further.

To summarize the whole thing up, the focus of this training is on getting people to set up small websites that make money, and helping you do so. Not only is video tutorial training provided, but you also get access to tools, plug-ins that he uses, niche ideas, live training and more.

Affiliate Marketing In a Nutshell:

Now I don’t know how much you know, so just in case you don’t know what affiliate marketing is I want to cover it briefly.

Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model and a great way to make money online, in particular for beginners. With affiliate marketing you have no need for your own products or anything like that. You simply promote products online for other people and earn commissions when you help make them sales.

I’ve actually been involved with affiliate marketing since 2015 and make a living doing it, which is why I’d say I’m pretty well qualified to review this course, since I know the tricks of the trade.

My First Impression

To be honest, my first impression of Affiliate Marketing Dude was pretty bad. When I first came across it the website seemed a bit run down to me and it looked like a poorly constructed program.

I mean… Just look at the forum here. It looks like something you’d see from a website back in the early 2000s… And it definitely is not very lively…
Affiliate Marketing Dude forum

One thing that I’ve learned through my journey with affiliate marketing is that it is NOT all about the training. Being able to network with like-minded individuals and share ideas is a HUGE deal. And unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be very much interaction amongst members on this platform.

* It’s also worth mentioning that, besides the forum being completely dead for the most part, I didn’t see anyone enter the live chat.

Overall just not much activity.

Also, one thing that really stuck out to me was that there was a link to “Preorder Simple Sites 2017 Here”… ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

Is there some sort of time traveling involved in this or is this link just really outdated? I’m writing this review in 2019 and this link was from prior to 2017…

forum

This type of thing really proves my point when I say that my first impression was this place seemed a bit run down and outdated.

Maybe Marcus needs to hire some more employees to keep the platform up-to-date, who knows…

What You Get

There is a good bit provided in this program. You get access to training, tools, get help setting things up, mentorship and more… But of course it depends on what you purchase. There are actually 3 different products (from what I’ve seen) and it will depend on what you buy, which I will go over more shortly.

The basics of it all revolve around 3 steps, although there is a lot more to it than just this. But these are the basics…

  1. Find a niche – The first step is to find a niche. A niche is a particular segment of the market that you would like to target. So if you really like basketball maybe you could create a website around the basketball equipment niche. Or if you really like cooking you could create a website around cooking recipes, and so on.
  2. Choose affiliate offers – Then the next step is to find affiliate offers. You have your website and you have a niche, now you need to find offers you can promote to make money. If your site is about basketball equipment you could easily find plenty of affiliate offers to promote all sorts of basketball equipment. And if your site is about cooking recipes, you could easily promote cooking recipe e-books and such, along with cookware if you wanted to. There are lots of possibilities and these are just 2 examples.
  3. Get traffic – And of course after getting everything set up and in place you are going to need traffic. Without anyone visiting your website you will not make any money. This, unfortunately, is probably the hardest part. But, there is plenty of traffic out there and lots of money to be made. The type of traffic you will be focusing on will vary a little depending on what your niche is. Some people may want to focus more on paid traffic while others may want to focus more on free traffic from social media and search engines.

The Cost

The 3 products that I came across are as follows. There might be more, maybe some smaller products, but I’m not completely sure.

  • $297 – Simple Sites Big Profits
    • This is the core training. You learn how Marcus builds his online businesses step by step and are also provided with tools that help do some of the hard work for you, which Marcus uses. If you buy into this you also get some support, access to sample profit sites that have been set up and more so that you know what to do and hopefully don’t get too lost.
    • This is what Marcus suggests as the main product for getting started. Pretty much you will need this product in order to go through the training, and the other 2 are “add-ons”.
  • $77/mo – Mentor Program
    • This mentor program is something you will have to pay for monthly if you want it. You will get access to video recordings, all the live training Marcus has done, all the plugins he uses for his sites, along with menorship from him of course.
    • You will also get access to private webinars that he only holds for people who join this program.
  • $997 – High Ticket Niches
    • If you buy into this Marcus will personally select a niche for you that he feels has a lot of potential. He will try to find you as profitable and noncompetitive of a niche as possible. You also get set up with a domain, along with some plugins for your site, tools, and some content to get started.
    • You also get access to Simple Sites Big Profits if you buy into this. This way you can follow along with the core training.

Other Costs

And of course you also have to remember that you may have to pay for traffic, which can be incredibly expensive and, if you don’t know what you are doing, a great way to lose a lot of money really fast.

There as an alternative program out there, which is what I used to get started back in 2015, that is free to start out with and I will go over that in a bit as well.

Who This Course Is For

First off, it is important to know that this WILL TAKE WORK. Don’t get the wrong impression when you hear Marcus saying that he will provide you with a website that is already set up with content if you buy into the $997 High Ticket Niches product. Even if you buy into this, you will be doing work, or else you will fail.

I believe he sets up your website (if you buy into this high ticket offer) with 4 pages of content. And I know from experience that this is absolutely nowhere near the amount of content you will need to start driving good traffic to your website, unless you are paying for traffic. Even if the content is 100% unique, it is just the very beginning of things.

YOU WILL BE WRITING! This is very important to know before getting started. If you are someone that absolutely hates writing (typing on a computer) then this probably is not for you.

As I mentioned earlier, this program is all about creating simple websites, what you could call a blog, writing content and promoting affiliate products around that content.

Example: If you decide to create a blog about dogs you could write a blog post about the best dog toys for small dogs and you could promote a bunch of different dog toys within that post. You see this sort of thing all the time online, even if you never noticed it.

Is There Much Profit Potential?

There is no question there is plenty of potential with affiliate marketing, however there is also a lot of people that fail. Results vary a ton and that is because there are so many variables at play here. The amount of money you make depends on many things, such as the competition in your chosen niche and the types of products you are promoting.

As I mentioned, I’ve been affiliate marketing since 2015 and have a good deal of experience with this business model. I have had websites that have made me less than $100 a year and I have even had websites have made me as much as over $6000 a month. There can be a huge difference.

Complaints

Lack of Support

From what I have seen there definitely seems to be a lack of support. I went over how inactive the forum was and the live chat. I’m sure you are able to get some support, but it does not seem very adequate.

And I pretty much guarantee you that you will run into trouble eventually. There are bound to be some things you get stuck on or have problems with.

Cold Forum

This goes along with what I just said. The forum is “cold”. There is not much activity and, although you can definitely get some help, I don’t see much value here.

Overpriced Products

It it is very difficult to put a price tag on digital products like this, but in my opinion the $997 product seems to be just too much for me, but of course this is just my opinion. I mean… That is a lot of money, but then again you are getting access to the “core” Simple Sites Big Profits product as well.

It would be nice to know the success rates of people who buy into this $997 product. This is the one where Marcus picks a niche for you that he feels has great potential. You would expect success rates to be high (although I’m guessing not), but I understand that there is pretty much no way of actually finding this out.

Paying for a Niche? Not a Good Idea

Also, a word of warning. I was reading another review and the person brought up a really good point. You might not want to buy into the High Ticket Niches product where he picks a niche for you. It might sound tempting, but I foresee problems.

The main problem is that he will be picking a niche for you, which you may have absolutely no interest in. And, as I already said, you will have to create content. I have seen it happen many times before… Someone gets involved in a niche that they think is profitable but that they have no interest in and they get burn-out and end up quitting.

If you are going to be writing a bunch of content about something, you better darn well at least have some interest in it.

Conclusion – Worth Joining?

Overall I don’t see any real reason to recommend this program. There are so many different affiliate marketing training courses out there, and this does not seem to be one of the better ones. I’m sure there are some great things you can learn from it, and I’m sure some people have been successful from it, but the quality you are getting here just doesn’t seem to be up to par and isn’t going to give you your best chances of success.

A Better Alternative

Back in 2015 I got started with a training program called Wealthy Affiliate, which was one of the best decisions of my life.

This place teaches the same sort of thing, creating your own small websites and making money via affiliate marketing, but the difference is that Wealthy Affiliate provides a heck of a lot more and for a lower price… AND they have a free membership where you can get access to beginner training at absolutely no cost, which is a great way to get started.

Wealthy Affiliate has more training, a very active community where you can network with many other like-minded affiliate marketers and learn tons of great things, they have much better support and more. Overall is just a lot better in pretty much every way.

Interested? You can read my Wealthy Affiliate review here.

OR…

Thank you for reading! I hope you found this review helpful!

Please leave any comments or questions down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

CBD BioCare – Scam or Worth It? [Review]

CBD BioCare is one of many companies that make CBD oil products, which have become increasingly popular. However, is this place a scam?

This isn’t something that is out of the question. With the massive rise of CBD oil there have been new companies popping up all over the place, so it is hard to know which you can trust.

Whether you are looking into CBD BioCare just to buy some of their CBD oil products or if you are looking to join the business opportunity, it doesn’t matter… In this review I’ll be going over all you need to know.

CBD BioCare Review

CBD BioCare is a company that manufactures CBD oil products, which you obviously already know. The company is headquartered in Florida and was founded by Matthew and Stacey Pitts.

The story goes that Matthew visited an old high school friend who had cancer and found that cannabis was one of the only things that relieved his pain and suffering. This was before medical marijuana started becoming so popular and was, well you know, illegal. With an intense interest in helping others with the medicinal benefits of marijuana and with the rising popularity of the cannabis industry, CBD BioCare was born.

And no… CBD oil products will not get you high. They do not contain THC, the cannabinoid which is responsible for such. And yes… It they are completely legal, in all 50 states.

Some of the reasons why this particular brand of CBD oil is pretty good quality include that it is said to be…

  • Full spectrum CBD oil
  • Grown organically in the USA and manuctured in the USA
  • 3rd party tested

And then besides the products themselves, there is also a business opportunity here that I will go into more detail on soon.

The Products

Some of their top-selling products include things like…

  • CBD oil
  • Anti-aging collagen retinol cream infused with CBD oil
  • Pain cream that consists of Emu oil mixed with CBD oil

And as mentioned, these are all claim to be full-spectrum, made in the USA, and 3rd party tested to ensure the best quality.

Full Spectrum

What full-spectrum means is that it is full of all the terpenes, cannabinoids, flavonoids, etc in hemp. However, it does not have any THC, which as I mentioned is the stuff that makes you high. So the term “full”-spectrum is a bit misleading.

The reason full-spectrum is looked at as a good thing is because you get benefits from more of what the cannabis plant has to offer.

However, this term “full-spectrum” is often misused and seems to have many different meanings. I’m not really so sure that the CBD oil products this company produces are full-spectrum as you would think.

Made in the USA

The hemp plants that this oil is harvested from are grown in the USA and all of the lab work is also done in the USA.

Why is this a good thing? Well… Because the USA is well known for having some pretty good regulations in place to keep companies like this honest and ethical. This helps to ensure that they aren’t engaging in any less than ethical business practices and that you aren’t getting ripped off in one way or another.

It is also worth mentioning that they state on their website that their products are manufactured in a FDA registered facility.

3rd Party Tested

Third party testing is always a big deal and this place does indeed have third-party testing conducted on their products. And, they even have the certificates of analysis available for public view on their website.

I took a look at these certificates and found that most of them have been conducted by Envio Labs and Encore Labs.

Now I’m no expert on lab results like this, but everything seems to check out. The analyses show that the CBD content is as they say it is and the products seem to be good quality.

The Business Opportunity

CBD BioCare also has a business opportunity that anyone can join to make money selling their products, as well as recruiting in other sales representatives. There have been lots of companies presenting opportunities like this lately, such as HempWorx for example.

In order to become a sales representative, you first have to choose a representative package. And no… You don’t have to take out your wallet and buy a bunch of products like a lot of companies force you to do. There is a free option where you can join without any cost. The 3 different options include the following…

  1. Free option gives you access to member’s dashboard, tracks visitors, sales, commissions, etc.
  2. $99 option gives you access to dashboard plus you get personalized landing pages, coupons you can give visitors and more.
  3. $199 option you get access to dashboard, coupons, and you get one some of the CBD oil products along with it all.

You will start out as a Sales Representative earning 20% commissions on your sales, but have the ability to move up the ranks and potentially earn 40%.

  • Sales Representative
    • You start out at this level and make 20% commissions on your sales
    • Once you reach $1000 in sales you get bumped up to a 25% commission rate
  • Sales Manager
    • Once you make a total of $5000 you move up to this rank and earn 30%
    • After making $15,000 you earn 35%
  • CBD CEO
    • You hit this rank once you reach $40k in sales and now you earn 40% commissions

compensation plan

Some of the good things about this compensation plan include that there are no fees, no minimums, no sales quotas, etc. All you have to do is sign up and choose a package, which could be free depending on which choice you decide. And of course the commissions are pretty good.

There does seem to be a bit of a MLM structure here however. I did see that they mention recruiting in reps beneath you, called “sub- reps”, but I don’t know exactly how this all works. There really isn’t all that much information on the compensation plan.

Summing It All Up

So CBD BioCare is a company that sells various different CBD products, all of which have been tested for quality assurance by third-party labs, and they also have a business opportunity that anyone can join.

All in all I don’t see any reason to call this place a scam. In fact, it seems that their products are actually pretty good based on what I see and what I have found out. Now they may be a bit overpriced, but as far as quality goes they are good.

I hope you enjoyed this honest review and found it at least somewhat helpful.

If you were looking into this to join the business opportunity, you may also be interested in taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month working for myself online [learn more]. It has nothing to do with CBD oil or anything like that, but it may be something of interest since you are looking to make money on your own terms.

Comments or questions? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

Is Kids Paid Money Legit? – Don’t Join! (Warning)

Is it true that you can make $500 today with Kids Paid Money? Is this actually a legitimate way to make money online or is this just another scam?

They claim that you can get paid to take surveys, watch videos and invite friends, however it is probably not how you think.

I joined this place recently just to investigate whether or not it was a scam and you will see why in this review I definitely do NOT recommend anyone join.

They make it seem like it is super easy to make tons of easy money, just by going around sharing your referral link on social media, but as I said… IT IS NOT LIKE IT SEEMS.

What Is Kids Paid Money?

When I first landed on the website sounded like a pretty typical paid survey type of site, like Swagbucks for example, yet I was suspicious because they claim you can make $500/day.

I am very familiar with paid survey sites and I know that making anywhere even close to $500 in a single day is out of the question. Paid survey sites often pay between $0.25 and $2 per survey, and what you factor in all the time being wasted getting disqualified from surveys and such, you end up making less than minimum wage.

So right off the bat I was thinking that this sounds a bit like a scam, or I guess I should say A LOT like a scam.

I mean $500 is a heck of a lot of money to make in a single day.

Also, what made this place seem even more “scammy” was the fact that there really wasn’t much to the website. It seemed kind of like some rundown website with not all that much information. And in the FAQ section they didn’t even mention anything about taking surveys or things like that. The only talked about referring others…

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So now, at this point my investigation, I’m thinking that this might just be some type of referral scheme, which it basically is as you will see. In a nutshell this opportunity is not legitimate. It is a misleading recruitment scheme where they scam people and make money off of them.

The Signup Process [Redirected to Another Site]

So on the Kids Paid Money website I clicked on the “sign up” button in the top menu as you can see below, but what happened next was unexpected.

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So I was expecting to go to some sign up page for Kids Paid Money, but instead I was directed to a different website called Kids Earn Cash, which pretty much looks like the exact same opportunity except for the name is different.

This got me wondering… Why would they change their name?

I have come across quite a few scams in the past and one thing I know is that scams often change their names because, once they are labeled scams, it is a hard label to get rid of. So they just change their names and rebrand themselves as some new opportunity, when really they are just some re-hashed old scam.

But I wasn’t exactly sure whether or not it was such, it just made me more suspicious.

Kids Earn Cash

After entering my name, email and creating a password on this new Kids Earn Cash website, I had access to the dashboard where I would supposedly be able to make money…

Making Money

kids earn cash dashboard

So above you can see the inside of the members area, a.k.a. the dashboard. There really isn’t much to it. As you can see the first thing that pops up in front of you is your referral link and some statistics about your earnings, clicks, referrals, etc.

Below that there is a menu and I did see an option to take “$30 surveys”.

And again, this is something I was very suspicious of. As I just mentioned above, most paid survey sites only pay between $0.25 to $2 per survey. Getting paid $30 and one survey, that is a heck of a lot.

But I decided to click on it and check it out…

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Most of these opportunities are to earn gift cards. I decided to try to get the $100 McDonald’s gift card and see what happeneds.

At first they made it seem really easy. It seemed like I was just going to have to take one survey and I would end up with this $100 McDonald’s gift card, which I should’ve known was a lie because it seemed way too good to be true.

One survey turned into two surveys, and then that turned into 2 surveys plus being forced to join some free trial offer…

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So anyways… It seemed like some endless loop where I just kept getting pushed into taking more surveys and completing more offers. It didn’t seem like I would ever get to the point where I would actually be able to claim a $100 gift card… So I gave up.

Ca you actually earn these high-priced gift cards? Who knows… But I have a good idea it is probably darn near impossible.

Definitely Not a Good Way to Make Money

Overall this website is very scammy. They lead you to believe that you are going to be able to make super easy money, up to $500 in the first day, but this is far from being true.

Instead you just run around in circles chasing your tail trying to claim gift cards that never come. And during this whole process you end up being forced to share a bunch of personal information which is going to ultimately of end up with you getting tons of spam emails in your inbox among other things.

Can You Make Any Money With This?

But of course the “main” way to make money is by sharing your link and referring others to join.

Can you actually make money by sharing your link like this?

This is another question that I did not have a concrete answer for. HOWEVER, I certainly do not trust this place and if you were to refer people I don’t know if you would actually be able to get paid.

I have come across many other opportunities like this that scam people and do not pay members as they should.

Another Problem

Another problem is that… Even if they do pay… How are you going to make money?

They make it seem so simple to share your link on social media, but the reality is that it will be much more difficult than it seems. And they provide absolutely no training whatsoever.

I have been involved in online marketing since 2015 and I can almost guarantee you that you will make little to no money sharing a link for an opportunity like this on social media. Most people don’t have massive social media followings and this means they don’t have much potential to begin with. And without proper training on how to market something like this it just isn’t going to work out well.

$500 in a Day? Not a Chance!

If you do end up signing up for this place then you have pretty much been scamed. You are suckered into thinking that you can make $500 in a single day from this opportunity when I don’t think there has been anyone to ever do this.

So don’t go out and scam other people.

Don’t promote this crappy opportunity just to try to make money… Which they might not even pay you in the end anyhow.

The bottom line is that this place is NOT legitimate and that it is NOT a good way to make money.

Why Not Earn Money a Legitimate Way?

What I would suggest is what is called affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is great for beginners and is actually how I got my start online in 2015. It is when you promote products online and earn commissions when you help make sales.

You promote products via affiliate links, which are basically referral links, but the difference between legitimate affiliate marketing and this Kids Paid Money scam is that with legitimate affiliate marketing you promote legitimate products.

If interested I would highly recommend reading my guide on how I make over $6,000 a month online doing this and the best way to get started.

Comments or questions? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂

Survey Queen – Scam or Legit? [I’d Avoid This Place!]

Survey Queen claims that you can make $100 “sharing your opinion”, but unfortunately this place is not what you think. Is it a scam? No, I wouldn’t call it that, however, this is not a place I’m going to be recommending to my readers and for good reason.

In this review I’ll be going over what exactly Survey Queen it is, what they have to offer, how it all works, why don’t recommend it and more.

Review

So when I first landed on the website I was thinking it was going to be your typical paid survey site. These types of sites are very common and I am very familiar with such. Basically how it works is that they host their own online surveys along with third-party online surveys and you get paid for taking them, usually anywhere from $0.25 to $2 a survey.

Market research is a big deal these days. Companies want to know as much as possible about consumers and through paid surveys is how they get a lot of this information. So this is how you make money from them in the first place, the companies pay the survey sites and the survey sites pay you as a small incentive to take the surveys.

But Survey Queen is NOT your typical paid survey site.

I first got a hint that this was the case after scrolling down a bit on the homepage and seeing a bunch of other sites being promoted. You can see in the screenshot below that for some reason they are promoting Best Day Ever, Survey AllStars, and Inbox Pays.screenshotI thought I was going to take surveys and make money… Not join other survey sites?? And besides, Best Day Ever isn’t even a survey site. It is a sweepstakes site.

All Surveys

But anyways, I saw in the top menu there is a link for “all surveys” so I decided to click it and see what they have to offer…

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Unfortunately it was the same sort of deal. They just provided me a list with a bunch of other paid survey sites along with some sweepstakes sites and others mixed. The list they gave me included…

  • SurveyAllStars
  • Green Panthera
  • Survey Club
  • Survey Rewards
  • Inbox Pays
  • I Love Samples
  • Opinion Outpost
  • Global Test Market
  • Product Testing US
  • VIP Voice

Community

There was also a link on the top menu for “community”. I checked this out and it was just to some Facebook page that was not up-to-date and I saw no point in joining.

Basically it is a Facebook page (which isn’t even called Survey Queen) that promotes paid survey sites, just like they are doing on the website here.

Subscribe

The the only other link at the top menu was to “subscribe”, so I decided to check it out. Here is where they said I could “make $100+ sharing your opinion”.

Of course this is not necessarily a good thing. Making $100 or more sounds great, but what if it takes you 500 hours to make that $100 or more? That would be pretty horrible right?

But anyways… I decided to enter my information on the page you can see below and see what they have to offer…join page

One thing that I want to point out is that after I entered my name and email address, up popped a bunch of promotions. There were promotions for newsletters, email alerts, job alerts, health insurance and more…

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And below the “join now” button there was small print that says you agree to receive emails from Survey Queen and “its partners”…. But more on this in a second.

After clicking to Join Now I was then redirected to the page you can see here, which says that I start making money in 3 easy steps…

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And guess what? That’s it!

That is all this place has to offer. On the page you can see pictured above there was nowhere to go any further. This was the end of the line. They presented me with a list of paid survey sites, for like the 4th time, and I could either join them or leave.

There was no step number 2 or anything like that.

What Is Survey Queen Really?

This place isn’t much, I’ll tell you that.

The only thing this place does is refers you to a bunch of other paid survey sites and similar sites, like sweepstakes sites, product testing sites, etc. Along with that they also try to get you to take up offers that are completely unrelated, such as getting life insurance (which was promoted when I first entered my information to join).

What’s the point?

You may be wondering what is the point of all of this, and it is pretty simple… They make money off of you. Every person that they get to join one of these other paid survey sites or sign up for an offer, they make money off of.

This is not the paid survey site that I was expecting at all.

There is absolutely no value here and no point I see in joining this place. For some reason I have been coming across a lot of really crappy sites like this lately. In fact, I just reviewed a place called Survey Monster recently that was the same type of deal. And I’ve come across others, like My Survey Jobs, in the more distant past.

These places just sucker people in just for the purpose of making as much money off them as possible.

Final Verdict – Avoid

There is absolutely no reason I see for anyone to join this website, unless of course you want to get a bunch of spam emails in your inbox. This is the only thing that is going to come from it if you do join, because remember, you have to agree to receive emails from their “partner” sites, and we have no idea what all this includes.

If you do actually want to make money taking paid surveys online, then I would suggest trying a well-known and trusted survey site like Swagbucks. They have been around a while and offer a variety of easy ways to earn some money.

That said, you should know that paid survey sites like this pay out very little. They are best for earning a bit of extra pocket change in your spare time, but not much more than that. If you want to actually make good money in your spare time online, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month working online for myself.

Comments or questions? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

Beware of the Paid for Research Scam – PaidforResearch.com [Avoid!]

Paid for Research claims that you can earn up to $100, you can complete cool surveys, save money and collect freebies, but unfortunately it’s claims are very misleading.

I know it can be tempting. I mean who doesn’t want to earn $100?

But I’m warning you that this place is pretty much a scam in my opinion. You do not want to join this website. And believe me, you will see why in this review.

Besides, earning up to $100 is necessarily a good thing. Just think about it… If it takes 100 hours to earn $100, that would be only one dollar an hour you are making, which would be horrible.

But anyways… You are not going to make $100 at this place and you will see why.

What Is Paid for Research?

In a nutshell, Paid for Research (paidforresearch.com) is a very scammy website that acts as if they are some sort of paid survey site, where you can make money taking surveys online, but really they just make money off of people by selling them on a bunch of scammy promotions, which is similar to Survey Monster and My Survey Jobs (avoid these places too!).

Right off the bat, when I first came to the site, things didn’t seem right. There are a bunch of red flags that I noticed that acted as warning signs, telling me to stay away.

Red Flags

First off, the website looks like an absolute dump. It is not very professional looking by any means and this was concerning at a first glance.

Also, I noticed that there are a lot of spelling errors on the website. Spelling errors all over the place, such as these on the FAQ page…spelling errors

And what is weird is that this site is supposedly only available for residents of the US, yet the creators seem to be from some foreign country. Well… maybe it isn’t that weird.

How It Works

What they lead you to believe is that you will be able to sign up, participate in online surveys and earn rewards such as cash or freebies…

how it worksSounds pretty awesome, doesn’t it?

And it would be awesome IF IT WERE ACTUALLY TRUE… Which it is NOT!

My [bad] Experience Here

So after the initial registration where I entered my name, email and some other personal information, I was then provided with this survey…

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As you can see this “survey” wasn’t too much of a survey really and was basically just pushing me to join other paid survey websites, sign up for personal loans, get prepaid credit cards and so on. In fact, there was even a question that asked if I wanted to become a substance abuse counselor.

Are you joking?

And guess what? That was only page 1 out of 10 pages of this “survey”.

Page 2 was the same sort of deal… A bunch of very scammy promotions about every and anything…

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There were 10 pages of this crap and I noticed that many of the questions got asked on multiple pages, just they might have been worded differently or something like that.

I saw just about every type of promotion possible. All sorts of things including…

  • Political promotions
  • Biz opps
  • Free trials
  • Supplements
  • Loans
  • Life insurance
  • Carpeting/flooring
  • Grilling equipment
  • Sleeping problems
  • And so much more

And BEWARE OF THE SCAMS!

I noticed that there were quite a few scams being promoted in this “survey”, usually ones that present some sort of business opportunity such as that pictured below…

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I sign up for this website thinking that I am going to be able to take surveys and make money doing so, and then move on only to be bombarded with probably well over 100 different scammy promotions.

What a joke…

But it’s not over yet… The worst is still yet to come…

After finally going through the 10 pages of ridiculous “questions”, most of them not really questions at all, I finally made it to the end and I was told that there was a “special offer” waiting for me where I could “make an extra $450+ taking paid surveys”.

Of course at this point I no longer trusted anything this place told me, but I was already done with the survey site decided to click the submit button and see what they had in store for me…

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Did I make an extra $450 with this special offer?!!

Did I strike it rich?!

Was this the opportunity I had been waiting for all along??

NOPE… It was just another scam. I should’ve known better.

Well… Actually can’t be 100% positive that it was a scam because I never even got to see the darn thing. When I clicked on the submit button up popped a new webpage but unfortunately my browser blocked it, along with my antivirus software because… Well… You can see for yourself…

scam site

Nothing But a Waste of Time

So after wasting about 10 minutes of my precious time (it only took me about 10 minutes because I flew through those survey questions and just answered NO to just about everything) I ended up with nothing to show for it. Just a lot of frustration.

All this website does is promotes a bunch of crap to make money off of people who sign up, and as much money as possible. I’m also willing to bet that I will be receiving tons of spam emails since I gave them my email address upon registration. Luckily I gave them an email address that I don’t really care about.

You can make money with paid surveys online, but not from Paid for Research

In the ridiculously long “survey” that I took, there were lots of promotions for legitimate survey sites. If I wanted to, I could have signed up for the sites and could potentially make some money taking surveys online. HOWEVER, I certainly do not want Paid for Research to get credit for referring me and besides that, taking paid surveys are largely a waste of time.

You usually make much less than minimum wage after you factor in all of the time wasted on getting disqualified, etc, and of course they just don’t pay much to begin with.

Final Verdict – Avoid at All Costs

There is absolutely no reason I see for anyone to join Paid for Research. The only thing that will happen is you will waste your time and you might even get a virus or 2 on your computer if you’re lucky.

If you do want to take paid surveys online and make a bit of extra money then I would suggest reputable paid survey sites like Swagbucks. Although, like I just said, don’t expect to make much money. These opportunities are best to make a little bit of extra pocket change in your spare time.

If you are looking for a way to actually make good money online, I would highly suggest taking a look at this guide I put together that shows you exactly how I make a living working online and how others like yourself can get started.

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