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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.


Is Website ATM a Scam? – Review Exposes Truth

Website ATM is said to be a system where you can literally make at least $500 per day online with the push of a button. Supposedly it causes “serious cash to flood into your bank account 24/7/365”.

But obviously this all sounds a little bit too good to be true, and we all know how the saying goes… if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is–meaning it is probably a scam.

My guess is that you probably got some spam email about how you can make a ton of money online easily. You were probably hesitant to even click on the email in the first place, but you did and then you clicked on the link which then directed you to the Website ATM video presentation.

How do I know this? Well, because I have helped expose many online scam programs in the past and this is how it usually works.

Website ATM Review

Right off the bat just about everything the spokesman says in the video presentation makes this sound like a scam.

Over 50% of the video presentation is about how cash is just going to pour into your bank account without you doing anything.

Now I’ve come across plenty of online scams, exposing many of them, but this one ranks at the top of the list for being one of the more obvious ones.

I mean come on now, really?? Is cash really just going to start pouring in with the click of a button? And if this really were true why would they be selecting you and I for the opportunity? Are we just special I guess?


Tons of Red Flags

Just about everything I see points to this system being a scam.

  • “all you have to do is hit a button and it’s like you’ve got an endless supply of cash”–obviously this sounds way too good to be true.
  • The guy talks about how $500 a day is “chump change” compared to what’s really possible.
  • He literally says that in order to get cash you have to do “absolutely nothing”
  • Supposedly the system does all the work for you.
  • And of course he is only letting 300 people in and then the website will be shutting down forever.

So  we have an opportunity that can supposedly supply us with endless cash at the push of a button, at least $500 a day, which is super easy. And of course we are lucky enough to have been selected for this system before he closes the website forever.

Sounds like a scam.

Oh, and we have no idea who is even behind the system. There are some video testimonials during the presentation where people are claiming that they are making tons of easy money with this, and in them some of the people mentioned the name “Nick”, but other than that we don’t know anything.

We don’t have a last name for this guy, there is never any picture shown, and the guy himself never even says his name. All we have to go off of is what is said by people in the testimonial videos, which by the way seemed very fake.

Many of the online scams I have exposed in the past have used fake testimonial videos with paid actors from Fiverr, such as Cash Sniper and 7 Minutes Daily Profits. While I have not been able to find out who these people are in these videos and prove that they are paid actors, I think it is somewhat obvious that they are.


How It Works

I don’t know how far you made it in the sales funnel, but after you watch the first video and enter your email address, you are then directed to a second video presentation.

In the second video you are told that this system uses some “automated transaction maker” and uses “advanced monitoring and computerization technology” which “may be banned one day”.

The guy says that all you have to do is watch four simple videos to get set up, then push a button and you are done… simple as that.


And as you can see, the sales are going to start coming in immediately.

But this information really doesn’t tell us anything. What the heck is this automated transaction maker that he talks about?

At this point we have absolutely no idea how this system is going to be making us money, and throughout the entire video presentation there is nothing said explaining this.

HOWEVER,  At one point in the video we were shown a screenshot of a bunch of money being made from the Amazon Associates program, as you can see here…


Why is this significant?

Well, because this gives us an idea of what the system might be doing–how it might work.

The Amazon Associates program is an affiliate program in which you can make money via affiliate marketing–which is when you get paid to promote other people’s products and earn commissions when you help make sales.

Affiliate marketing is an excellent way to make money online, and is actually how I make a living working online, but remember, at this point I’m just taking a guess because it’s not like we are actually told anything about this.

And–if the a spokesman where to specifically say that  the system makes you money via affiliate marketing through the Amazon Associates program, he would still not make any sense and seemed very scammy, since there is definitely no way to make money with this program by only clicking a button.


  • Sounds way too good to be true
    • We are told that it only takes the click of a button
    • The system does all of the work for you
  • We have no idea who is behind this system/program
    • In the testimonial videos the people mention the name “Nick”, but other than that we know nothing–we don’t have a last name, a picture or anything
  • Very vague information given on how this works
    • “The money just flows in” and is going to “start coming in immediately”
    • We aren’t told anything about how this actually works–the only thing I was able to find out is that it probably has to do with affiliate marketing, judging by how they showed a screenshot of the Amazon Affiliate program (called Amazon Associates).

Conclusion – Scam?

Everything about this place seems like a scam. It is set up just like your typical scam.

It lures people in with the hopes and dreams of being able to make super easy money online and then likely provides them with a bunch of poor training for doing such. This is how scammy programs like this usually work.

While I haven’t bought into it myself, because I don’t want to waste $47 and I also don’t want to give my credit card information to these crooks, I know for certain that this cannot work out like we are told.

Making $500/day online with the push of a button, without any work to begin, isn’t a reality. Yes, there are many perks to making money online, and many things that you can automate, but there is no way you can start out as a total beginner one day, click a button and BOOM–you are making $500/day.

Too many red flags and too many common scam characteristics–which is why I’m definitely not recommending this system to any of my readers.

If you are looking for a legitimate and proven way to make money online, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I make a living here, which I have been doing since 2015.

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

Is Viral Pay a Scam? – Avoid at All Costs

Viral Pay ( claims that you can start making $500 today by inviting friends to join the site, which will earn you $10 each time. They also claim to be “the #1 influencer network helping you make money with social media”.

But is any of this true? Is it really as easy as it seems? Or is Viral Pay a scam?

It sounds pretty amazing that you can earn potentially life-changing amounts of money by just sharing your link on social media and getting others to sign up–but this website also seems a bit fishy and too good to be true.

I’m guessing you probably are thinking the same–judging by the fact that you are reading my review now.

And it’s a good thing you did come across it because this is a website I definitely DO NOT recommend joining. In short, yes it is a scam and I will be going over why.

Viral Pay Review

It all sounds so easy, which is the reason this opportunity is so attractive. I mean who wouldn’t want to earn easy money online?

They tell you that all you have to do is join, share your link and cash out… Sounds easy enough…how it worksAnd for all of the doubters out there, or people who are suspicious that it might be a scam, they claim to already have 65,000+ happy members and to have already paid out $20 million…


BUT… Remember you can’t always trust what you hear or see online. This is just what they tell you–and since it is their website they can tell you whatever they want to.

That said, if these statistics really were true that would be quite impressive (but they’re not).

Further down the homepage they also had a section with a bunch of testimonials, with people claiming to have made significant amounts of money on the website, such as “Jack M” who earned over $21,000…testimonials

Ya… So that is what they tell you… But who really cares what they say… Let’s get into why this is a scam and why you should avoid it…

Scam? Yes and I’ll Show You Why

As soon as I came across this website, located at, I knew it was a scam.


Well, because just the other day I exposed a cousin website, or maybe a brother website, called Viral Dollars. Viral Dollars is pretty much a clone of Viral Pay with some slight differences.

They both tell you the same things:” make $500 today”, that you can earn $10 for referring friends, etc.

Viral Pay vs Viral Dollars

And you can see how similar the dashboards of the 2 websites look above… Pretty much identical. (this is what you see after you join)

So ya… I knew it was a scam as soon as I came across it because I had just exposed the Viral Dollars website–which is actually the newer of the two scams.

Things Just Don’t Add Up

I took the liberty of running a website check on ScamAdviser and found that the site is only 46 days old as I am writing this…

Scam Adviser Viral Pay

Now this makes you wonder… How can this website possibly already have 65,000 members and have already paid out $20 million???

This seems a bit absurd, does it not?

Well… Like I said… It is hard to know what you can and can’t trust online, but this seems to be something that you definitely cannot trust–a lie.

They also have a page on their website with a bunch of payment proofs, or at least what are supposed to be payment proofs, and these don’t make any sense either. Below you can see a screenshot I took of 2 payments–both of which are dated to a time before this website was even created.

How the heck is this possible?

*They one payment of $245 is dated at September 13, 2018–the other payment of $355 is dated at September 12, 2018–both of which are over 6 months before the website was even created.

Viral Pay payments

Have I showed enough yet?

Well, if you still have any desire to join, this will change your mind…

What Happens When You Join..

After joining you will come to the dashboard area which looks like this…

Viral Pay dashboard

Over on the left-hand menu of the screen there are a variety of different options to choose from. There is the “refer & earn”, the “$30 task wall”, “promotional posts”, etc.

I was already aware it was a scam as you know, but for the purposes of this review I decided to test it out. I went to the $30 Task Wall to see what offers were available to me…

Task Wall

The offer to get a $100 McDonald’s gift card and earn $30 at the same time sounded pretty appealing. I’m not a big fan of Big Macs and fries, but I do like McDonald’s chicken wraps… So a $100 gift card would be nice.

But anyways… That gift card was never realized.

When I clicked on the offer I was taken to a website called National Consumer Center…

National Consumer Center

Unfortunately I am very familiar with National Consumer Center… And for reasons that are not good.

I first came across this website when I was reviewing 2 other scams called Teens Earn Cash and Brands You Need.

Basically what this website does is takes you on a never ending journey in circles. As you can see above, it says that I can “collect 100 points & get a $100 McDonald’s gift card”, but the problem is that it is impossible to ever collect 100 points. They will take you around in circles, making you complete survey after survey, enter information for various reasons, and you will never get to the finish line.

If you don’t believe me you can test it out for yourself.

Conclusion – Avoid

Maybe you can make a bit of money with this website, I don’t know because I’m not willing to waste my time–but one thing is for sure–this website is not the legitimate website that he claims to be.

Ridiculous income claims, statistics that make no sense, another website that is pretty much an exact duplicate, fake offers to win $100 gift cards… Everything about this website points to it being a scam.

My suggestion–AVOID. And if you do for some reason still have the desire to sign up, just do so with an email address that you don’t really care about, because you are probably going to end up with a bunch of spam emails after entering your information all over the place.

There are many legitimate ways to make money online out there, this just does not seem to be one of them, unfortunately.

If interested, I highly recommend taking a look at how I make money online if you want a proven legitimate way to do so.

Take care and be sure to leave any comments or questions down below 🙂 I’ll get back to them as soon as I can.

Is Viral Dollars a Scam? – Do Yourself a Favor & Avoid It

There has been a lot of talk about this website called Viral Dollars that claims you can make up to $15 just for inviting people to join, and up to $500 a day–so I decided I better give it a thorough look to see if it lives up to the hype.

Is Viral Dollars legit and can you really make $500 starting today? Or is this another scam?

Of course a bunch of people are saying it’s legit, but you can’t always trust what you hear or read online.

I’ll cut straight to the point here and tell you that NO you are definitely not going to be making $500 a day with this website. In fact, I DO NOT suggest anyone join this site, and you will see why in this review.

Viral Dollars Review

They make it seem so simple… Just join the site, share a link which supposedly earns you $10 every time someone joins, and cash out…

processSounds pretty darn easy and pretty darn awesome.

That is probably why so many people are posting online to join this website… Because of course they are trying to make money.

And the site might appear to be legitimate from the outside, since it appears professionally built and they claim they work with well known big-name brands, such as…

brandsBut doesn’t this seem a little bit too good to be true?

I’m guessing you probably think it does, after all you are reading my review right now with suspicions that it might be a scam.

The opportunity is very luring however. They even have a calculator on the website where you can calculate estimated earnings based on the number of social media followers you have. As you can see below, I entered the number of 500 followers and it says that I make $118 a day…


How the heck does this calculator come up with this number?

Who knows… But for someone looking to make easy money online, which is pretty much everyone, the opportunity is very enticing.

What Happens After You Join..

From the homepage all you know is that you can supposedly earn money by sharing your link and getting other people to join. However, when you actually join there are actually several different ways in which you can earn.

Below you can see what the dashboard looks like after you login for the first time…


One thing that caught my attention in the left-hand menu is the “$30 Task Wall”. I have reviewed many websites before that pay you to do simple tasks, but never a website like this paying out as much is $30 per task.

I decided to check it out and these were the different “tasks” that were listed for me…

Task Wall

At this point things were seeming and more and more scammy. All of these “tasks”, or at least most of them, were to win some high priced item, which didn’t seem realistic.

But anyways, I decided to try to earn $30 with the first offer of “get Samsung galaxy S10”.

When I clicked on the button I was sent to a website that was first blocked by my antivirus software as you can see here…


But for the purpose of this review I decided to accept the risk and proceed to the “slightly risky” website.

The website I landed on was called National Consumer Center–which unfortunately I am very familiar with…

National Consumer CenterI came across this website while exposing two other scams in the past—Teens Earn Cash and Brands You Need.

Basically what it does is takes you around in circles. It will take you on a never ending cycle of filling out different surveys, answering questions, submitting information for different reasons, and so on… But you will definitely never get the prize that you can supposedly win.

As you can see above, it says that I can collect 100 points and get a Samsung galaxy S10–but believe me… There is no way I will make it to 100 points.

Things Seem a Bit…Fishy

The more and more I dug deeper into this website, the more and more it seemed like a scam.

Another thing I want to point out is that they claim to have 225,000 members and have already paid out $68 million…

Yes… You heard me right… $68 million…

screenshotBut of course this is probably just a bunch of BS.

When I was digging around I typed the website, which is, into ScamAdviser and found that it has only been around for 12 days (as I am typing this of course)…


So how the heck can they already have 225,000 members and have already paid out $68 million if they have only been around for 12 days–sounds like a big fat lie to me.

And there is more.

On the website they shows screenshots of “payment proofs”, but I doubt that any of these are real. As you can see below, the one payment proof is dated from way before the website was even created. If you can’t read it, it shows this woman making $245 on September 13, 2018, which is over 6 months before this website was created.

Payment Proofs

What’s Really Going On Here?

While I don’t know exactly what is going on here, I do have a good idea.

I think we can all agree that what is going on here is not what they tell you. This is not a legitimate website–or at least it definitely doesn’t seem to be such.

My guess is that this website probably is involved in “data harvesting”. Basically what this means is that they are collecting as much data from as many people as possible, such as email addresses, telephone numbers, names, etc. and then selling it all–yes there is money to be made in this.

So don’t be surprised if you join this website and then start receiving a bunch of spammy emails, sales calls, etc.

But again, this is just a guess.

Can You Really Make Money?

All I’m going to say here is that I would not waste my time.

You might possibly be able to make some money, but I guarantee that you are definitely going to be wasting a ton of time trying to win free products from the “task wall”, as I showed you with the Samsung galaxy S10 prize above.

Conclusion – Scam?

There are a lot of legitimate ways to make money out there online, this doesn’t seem to be one of them.

While I’m not going to call it a scam, I will call it a shady operation that I definitely do not recommend anyone get involved in, unless of course you are looking to waste a bunch of time.

If you want a personal suggestion of mine, I would recommend taking a look at how I make money online. In this post I’ll go over exactly what I do, how it all works and how others can get started doing the same.

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

24/7 Wealth Club – Scam For Sure [Review]

There is this new scam going around called the 24/7 Wealth Club which claims that you can earn $13,127 per week, but of course this is not true.

It is a scam, as you probably suspected, and I decided to take the honors of exposing it for such.

Unfortunately when it comes to making money online there are more programs/systems out there that will do the opposite–as in just lead to you losing money online. This is one of those systems.

24/7 Wealth Club Review

You probably got some email about some amazing new opportunity to make money online that you have been chosen for, or something along these lines, and clicked the link that was provided.

How do I know this? Well, because this is how it usually works and I have reviewed plenty of similar scams in the past.

Then you landed on the video presentation and obviously sounded way too good to be true.

Seriously… You “can get set up in minutes” and “earn up to $13,127 per week” starting today?

If you are earning $13,127 per week then that would mean you are earning around an average of $1875 per day. And since the guy is telling us that you can get started today making this amount, does this mean that he is telling us you can earn $1875 today?

This is kinda how it sounds and that is ridiculous.

Tons of Red Flags

#1 – You’ve Been Hand Picked to Join

One of the first things you are told is that you have been selected by one of this guy’s “very close multimillionaire business partners”.


You have to ask yourself, why would you get selected? Why would they think you are the perfect pick? And what do they even know about you to make such a pick?

The truth is that you have not been handpicked and they know nothing about you. This program is being promoted to as many people as possible via email. Anyone’s email address to these people have are getting emails about why they should join–and they’re being told the same thing.

#2 – Don’t Share This Video

Of course you are told not to share this video because it is only for your eyes. He tells you not even to share it with your family and friends.

One thing he said that can be easily proven as a lie is that he has done everything to make this video only able to be discovered by the right people. This is far from being true. Anyone can go to and check out the video for themselves.

24-7 Wealth ClubHe is just telling us the stuff to try to make it sound like some incredible opportunity that you can’t afford to pass up.

#3 – Completely Automated

Whenever you come across a system online that is “revolutionary done-for-you money making system”, it it is probably best to stay clear of it–or at least do some research into it beforehand.

Making money online is not the super easy 100% automated push button system that is often portrayed as being.

#4 – Lack of Income Proof

At one point in the video presentation the spokesman talks about several different members of the system that are making thousands upon thousands of dollars every day, yet he offers no proof of this. As far as I’m concerned, what he is saying are just empty words–without any proof how can I trust this?

#5 – Only 9 Spots Left!

As expected, because I see this kind of thing with pretty much every scam I expose, we are told that there are only a handful of spots left. In my case I was told there are only 9 spots available. This is what you call false scarcity and is not true at all.

I could come back to this video in a weekend it would probably be telling me the same thing.


Sounds Like Your Typical Scam

There are so many red flags, but possibly the biggest is the fact that we are not told anything about how this system actually makes us money.

Does this guy seriously wants to buy into this not even knowing how we are going to make money?

He mentions that you can “swoop in” and collect money from online business, and talks about the trillions of dollars being made online–but mentions absolutely nothing about how this is going to work.

But of course… “This is a proven, tested, vetted, and guaranteed system”.


Okay… So where’s the proof? I sure as heck don’t see any.

And who is the guy behind all of this also?

The spokesman, who I’m guessing is supposedly the guy who created this system, never even mentions his name. We know nothing about this guy. No picture, no name, nothing.

All we know is the store he told us about how he created this system–which is probably a complete lie.

Lots of red flags, no information about how it works or who the creator is–sounds like your pretty typical online scam to me.

Why Is It Only $37?

Also, why on earth with this system be sold for only $37 if you can make you over 13,000 per week completely automated??

If this were true then it could easily be sold for over $100,000.

Only $37… Why? Is this guy just a really nice guy trying to help us out? Or is it really that this system is a load of crap? I’m guessing it is the latter.

That said, there are a few upsells if you do end up buying into this. You will be pushed into buying the following after you are just the front-end system for $37…

  • Upsell 1 – 24/7 Wealth Club 2.0 for $197
  • Upsell 2 – 24/7 Wealth Club Pro for $177
  • Upsell 3 – 24/7 Wealth Club Social for $97

So really the total cost is around $500, but this is still not even close to what as system that, by the sounds of it, is guaranteed to make you over $13,000 a week.

What You Get When You Buy In

I haven’t actually bought into it, nor do I plan on it, but I have reviewed plenty of online scams in the past–some very similar to this such as Point 2 Click Profits and Cash Sniper. The platform this system is being sold over is Clickbank, which is becoming more and more notorious for online scams like these.

My guess is that after you buy and you will be provided with some very generic and outdated training on some method of making money online.

There will probably be some value to it, yet it will be seriously disappointing. This will leave you wanting more and that is when they will push you to buy the upsells–which probably will be much better.

This is how systems like this usually work.

And at the end of the day, you walk away with less money.

Conclusion – Scam

Sometimes I hold back from calling program/systems a scam if I haven’t actually tried them myself, but I am feeling pretty confident today and bold-and I’m telling you that this is a scam.

I’m sure probably does have some potential to help people make money online, but it is not going to be anything near what you are expecting having watch the video presentation.

Systems like this often scar people and leave them worse off than when they started. And I’m not talking about just having less money than when starting out–I’m talking about being let down the wrong path and wasting a bunch of time trying something that simply does not work.

My advice: avoid the system at all costs and if you did buy into it try to get your money back right away.

If you are looking for a way to make money online that is actually proven to work, I highly suggest taking a look at my guide here, in which I go over exactly how I make a living online and how others can get started.

Spoiler alert: How I make money online actually takes work. Any legitimate way to make money online, good money, takes real work and real effort. There is no push button system out there.

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

Netflix Soft – Scam or Easy Money Trading? [Don’t Believe The Hype!]

Netflix Soft is this new opportunity being promoted that is called “the best money maker of 2019”. But is it really?

Can you really trust what you hear? Or is Netflix Soft a scam that is just going to end up leaving you with less money than when you started?

Since you’re reading my review now, you are obviously suspicious of what is actually going on here. The opportunity probably sounded too good to be true so you decided to do a little extra research.

The good news: You are on my review so you aren’t going to get scammed.

The bad news: this is definitely not the best money maker of 2019–it is a scam.

Netflix Soft Review

Right when I landed on the website ( always a bit suspicious of what was going on. Things just seemed too good to be true, and there were some common signs of a scam that I noticed.

For example, at the top of the screen they had these notifications going off claiming that “Jack M just made $148”, “Nicholas A just made $198” and so on.

fake income

Another red flag I noticed was this little box that appeared at the bottom of the screen which told me the number of open spots left to get into this automated trading program.

When I first landed on the page it was telling me that there were 150 spots left–and this number would just count down from there. I was suspicious and figured that it was probably fake, so I decided to let it run down to zero to see what would happen. Sure enough, nothing happened.


Believe that was a video presentation that was supposed to look like a live news broadcast, well I don’t even think it was real. It seemed to me to be more of a fake news broadcast with a paid actor, what you can hire on sites like Fiverr.

NetflixSoft news video

How it works

The (fake) news broadcast makes this opportunity sound like the greatest thing ever. The guy talks about how Netflix keeps on increasing and increasing in price–and that trading CFD trading Netflix is the best way to go about it.

That’s pretty much all you’re told–and you’re supposed to invest your hard-earned money.

Can You Really Trust This Place?

To be honest, I don’t see any good reason to trust this place. Most of what I see seems like a typical automated trading software scam.

There are fake income notifications being shown at the top of the screen, a fake countdown going on at the bottom of the screen that makes you think you need to buy in right away or you will miss out, etc.

I see no good reason to trust this place. It has no credibility, no reputation, there is not much proof that it isn’t a scam.–and it reminds me of similar trading scams I’ve exposed in the past, such as The Britcoin System and Weed Millionaire.

There Is a Good Chance This Might Happen

Be very careful if you do end up going along with this and investing money. I have seen plenty of automated trading scams before and they usually work in the same basic way.

What usually happens is people are directed to deposit money with some unregulated broker.

Sometimes the safe trading system will make it seem as if they are making money, because they’re online account will be growing, but when they go to withdraw all that money, they realize they have been scammed and are not able to.

I’m not saying this is exactly were this going to happen, but I am saying be careful. Look into the broker that they recommend before doing anything.

Personally, my suggestion is to totally avoid this place, because it seems like a typical scam, but I’m just giving you advice if you do you choose to invest.

Fake Reviews

Also be aware that there are fake reviews out there. As I was doing my research and looking into this opportunity, I came across a fake review on a website called MakeMoneyToday24.

fake review

The review provides nothing of value and is basically just one big promotion to get you to buy into Netflix Soft.

Final Thoughts

When I come across an opportunity to make money online that seems suspicious, I look for any signs of legitimacy. I’m looking for reasons to be able to trust the system / program, whatever it is.

Unfortunately in this case I do not see any good reason to trust this place. As far as I see, it could easily be another scam. There is nothing proving otherwise.

So obviously I’m going to be recommending against it. You can do what you want with your money, but I’m not going to be recommending this to my readers.

I would say stay far away from this, and if you already did invest money, try to get it back as soon as possible.

If you are looking for a legitimate opportunity to make money online, which has nothing to do with CFD trading Netflix, then one thing I can recommend is the program I use.

Take care and be sure to leave comments and/or questions below 🙂

Point 2 Click Profits – Scam or Legit? [Not What They Tell You!]

Is Point 2 Click Profits really the amazingly simple opportunity to make thousands of dollars per day online like you are told?

Or is this all just one big scam?

You guessed it right–I know you are thinking it… It is indeed a SCAM and in this review I will be exposing it for being such.

Point 2 Click Profits Review

You probably ended up getting an email about some new awesome opportunity to make money online, which provided a link that you collect leading you to the video presentation.

How do I know?

Well, because that is how it almost always works and I have exposed many scams in the past like this.

The spokesman for Point 2 Click Profits starts off the video presentation talking about some “black box” that has a special button, in which he claims you will receive a “crisp new $500 bill” every time you press it.

The good part about it–you can press this button as many times as you want, or at least this is what he says.

He goes on to tell you that this is your once in a lifetime opportunity and that of course this is one of a kind… “Nobody else has a black box that produces $500 at the push of a button”…

The video presentation consists of 2 videos. After the first one you are instructed to enter your name and email,–after which you are directed to the 2nd video.

The 2nd video starts out with the guy claiming that “the hardest part is over”.


All I did was entered my name and email address and you are telling me that that was the hardest part???

Ohhhh… Of course… “The system does everything”…

Typical scam lingo here…screenshot 1

How Does This Virtual Black Box (Supposedly) Make You Money?

We are told that it “takes control of one of the most powerful forces in ecommerce”. It’s all about Amazon (the ecommerce giant) and it supposedly takes advantage of what he calls “The Amazon Effect”.

It somehow allows you to tap into this business and to siphon money from it, which people are supposedly making thousands of dollars a day with, such as this young woman that was shown in the video presentation who for some reason seemed very much like she was getting paid to act…

testimonialI’ve reviewed tons of scams online and the video testimonials they showed definitely were not very convincing. Anyone can easily hire paid actors on Fiverr to fake testimonial videos like this.

But anyways… The guy claims that they “have a backdoor into Amazon” and that this is a “stealth system” where you can “sneak in, completely unnoticed” and funnel money into your bank account.

Pretty complicated sounding, and to be honest it sounds illegal. But of course we are assured that this is not illegal.

The Checkout Process Is Sketchy

At this point I was already fairly certain that it was a scam, but decided to proceed further to the checkout area.

What I first noticed is that I had to “HURRY – ACT NOW!” Because the page was about to expire in around 5 minutes.

But of course this little bit of trickery did not fool me… I waited the timer out to see if anything was actually going to happen and, sure enough, nothing happened. The timer is a complete fake… Just a form of false scarcity to try to get people to buy in as fast as possible.

checkout page

On the checkout page I also decided to take a look at the Terms and Conditions, which (not to my surprise) didn’t really make much sense at all.

The program is suppose to cost $47 but for some reason it was telling me that there would be a charge of $4.97 followed by a 3 day trial period, after which I would be charged $89.97.

WTF?terms and conditions

Tons and Tons of Red Flags

As I’m sure you are well aware of, since you are reading my review now, there are lots of red flags that signal this to be a scam.

  • All you do is click a button
  • The system does everything for you
  • No good information on how this actually works
  • Makes no sense
  • The checkout page timer is a lie
  • Terms and Conditions don’t make sense

I could go on and on, but one of the biggest red flags is that this simply sounds way too good to be true and the spokesperson doesn’t explain anything on how it actually works.

So I’m just supposed to trust that I am not going to get scammed and buy into a program that supposedly can make me thousands of dollars at the click of a button? And I’m supposed to believe that it is somehow siphoning money from Amazon?

I’m supposed to believe all of this when I just came across and exposed some of their lies?

Ya… I don’t think so.

There are so many scams out there that take advantage of Amazon’s popularity. Some good examples of such that I’ve exposed include Amazon Cash Websites and Bulletproof Profits. This just seems like another.

Conclusion – Scam?

There are a variety of legitimate ways to make money online with Amazon, none of which involve “siphoning” money through some “backdoor”. And if there was a way to do this and make thousands of dollars per day at the click of a button, a system that capitalizes on it would certainly NOT be getting sold for only $47.

It smells like a scam and it is a scam.

Full disclosure: I have not actually purchased this program, nor do I intend to. However, I have exposed countless scams online over the years and this is pretty much your typical “get-rich-quick” scam in every way.

That said, I’m obviously not going to be recommending any of my readers to buy into it.

If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online, that is actually proven to work, I would highly suggest you take a look at how I make a living online here. I’ll go over exactly what I do, how it all works and how you can get started doing the same.

Note: This isn’t as simple as clicking a button. Nothing is that is actually worth doing.

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

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

Cash Sniper ( 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…


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…


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…


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.


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 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 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…


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…


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.


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:
  • 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…


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 🙂