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.
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…
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…
The people behind the system simply paid actors to make these fake testimonial videos to try to make the offer seem more convincing.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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?…
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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…
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.
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.
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…
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…
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…
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…
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.
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 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.
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 🙂
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…
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…
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…
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.
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?
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.
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…
HOWEVER, there were upsells, which were a heck of a lot more expensive than $9…
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.
It is far from being the “system” that you are led to believe it is.
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…
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.
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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.
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…
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.
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.
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.
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…
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…
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…
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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Can you really make money with the Spring Profits system? Or is this just another scam?
Daniel Green, the guy who supposedly created this system, claims that “I made $3,912,383.11 selling t-shirts from the comfort of my own home”.
Over $3 million?? That is a heck of a lot. And if it is true that is pretty incredible.
But is it really true?
After all, it’s not like I haven’t come across similar looking systems that have turned out to be scams many times in the past. Right off the bat I was suspicious of this place. It just sounds a little bit too good to be true. And you know what they say about things that sound too good to be true… They probably aren’t true.
Red Flag #1 – My Link Has Been Activated
In the video presentation one of the first things you are told is that “your link has been activated”.
But what link? What are they talking about?
This might get you excited but I have heard similar sorts of claims many times before, from programs that were scams and that I exposed, such as Copy My Cash Code and Money Sucking Websites. Usually they will say something like “we are setting up your account now”, “we are activating your money making system”, or something along those lines.
Red Flag #2 – I’m Lucky
They also tell you that you are “one of just a few lucky individuals who will ever hear this message”.
However, I know for fact that this is a big fat lie. There are tons of other people who have been hearing this message because there are tons of people promoting this system like crazy.
You probably ended up coming across the system after getting some email about some new awesome way to make money online. And believe me, there are thousands of other people who have gotten that same email.
There certainly are NOT just “a few” people to hear this message.
Red Flag #3 – Tons of Easy Money
You are also told that “average Joes have been making in excess of $25,00 every single week”.
And of course it only requires 10 minutes of work per day.
Now if that doesn’t sound too good to be true then I don’t know what does. I’ve learned a thing or 2 over the years and one thing I have learned is that when something sounds too good to be true, especially when it comes to “make money online” programs, it is probably a scam.
You also probably noticed that the guy offered absolutely no proof of this being true.
Red Flag #4 – Fake Testimonials
Remember the videos that were shown in the presentation… The ones from people claiming to have been using the system and making tons of money with it?
You know… Like this guy picture below…
Ya… Well unfortunately they are all completely fake. The people shown in these videos are actually paid actors. After doing a little digging around I was able to find this guy’s profile on the freelance marketplace website called Fiverr. As you can see anyone can pay him to make a spokesperson video…
Red Flag #5 – “Daniel Green”… Who Is This Guy?
Another major red flag is that we have no idea who this Daniel Green guy even is. He brags about how much money he is making with this system, but of course he offers absolutely no proof of any of it being true. This information could easily be made up, and I’m guessing that it probably is.
And why does he never show his face? Why doesn’t he provide any verifiable information? If this really is the amazing system that he claims it is, you would think you’d be more than happy to stand behind it and show himself.
The fact that the creator remains hidden for the most part, other than the fact that he says his name is “Daniel Green”, is a major red flag and a common characteristic of a scam.
Many Red Flags…
So there are a lot of red flags, and this definitely seems really scammy, but does it have any value? What exactly is Spring Profits and can you make any money at all?
The truth is that this place is not a complete scam, and yes it is possible to make some money, although I definitely do not recommend it.
In a nutshell, Spring Profits is a training course that teaches people how to make money selling T-shirts online through a website called Teespring.
Teespring is a website where people can design their own merchandise, such as t-shirts, phone cases, mugs, etc. and sell them online. This is an easy way to go about it because you don’t actually need to get involved in the manufacturing process, you just make your design and they handle the rest.
From what I understand, this place doesn’t require any upfront payment and they manufacture your designed products as you sell.
This is a completely legitimate way to make money online and, although “Daniel Green” may be completely fake name and he may have not made any money doing this, I do know for a fact that there are people making some good money selling T-shirts this way.
That said, it is a heck of a lot more difficult than this guy makes it seem.
In the video presentation the guy makes it seem like this is the greatest opportunity to ever bless this earth, and he makes it sound super easy, but it is not.
Can you really only spend 10 minutes a day in the make millions doing this? Well I guess it might be possible, but I sure as heck would not count on it. That would be like counting on winning the lottery jackpot, chances are incredibly low.
You have to have the right design and market it to the right audience…. which is easier said than done.
You also should know that this WILL cost money…. Upfront.
He only tells you all the things that you want to hear, and of course no one wants to hear about the money they’re going to have to spend, so he just doesn’t tell you this part.
When it comes to selling T-shirts there is a lot of competition. You are not going to be the only one and this makes it a lot more difficult. In order to make sales you will have to drive traffic to your products, and paying for advertising is not easy nor is a cheap. Sure, if you get everything right it can potentially be very profitable, but you can also blow your money like crazy doing this.
Well… The front end product is only $37 so I wouldn’t expect to get much.
This seems to me like another very over-hyped product that probably is going to be a disappointment. That is usually how it goes for products that are promoted like they are the greatest things ever… They turn out to be massively disappointing.
I don’t know how good the training actually is, but based on my experience online I would not expect much. They probably provide some pretty basic training that will show you how to get everything set up and what you have to do, but that’s probably about it.
It seemed like a scam when I first landed on the video presentation and after reviewing it more it still seems like a scam, for the most part anyhow.
It sounds too good to be true, we have no idea who this “Daniel Green” character is, there is absolutely no proof of the money he claims to have made, the testimonials shown are fake, and so on.
This definitely does not sound like something I would buy into and I am not going to be recommending it to my readers.
If you want a legitimate way to make good money online, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month online working for myself.
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The Silk Road Effect is supposedly “the quickest way to make $1800 every day” online, but of course that is a bunch of BS. No… This is definitely not the quickest way… It is actually a big old SCAM, as I’m sure you are pretty well aware of already.
When it comes to “make money online” systems/programs like this, you always have to be really careful with what you get involved in.
There is certainly no shortage of online scams out there claiming that you can strike it rich with their “done for you”, “autopilot”, “secret system”.
I actually review scams nearly every day on my site here and that sometimes it is difficult just to keep up with all of them. It’s almost like every day is a new scam or two. I actually just exposed The Ecom Freedom Blueprint and Profit 365 recently.. two other scammy programs.
But anyways… Yes, The Silk Road Effect pretty much is a scam in my opinion and you will see why I am saying this in my quick review here.
So you probably got an email talking about some new system that is going to change your life, that is going to give you financial freedom, and so on.
How do I know this?
Well… Because that is how most of the scammy systems are promoted.
Then there was probably a link in the email that you clicked and were redirected to the incredibly scammy sales video.
The guy tells you that you can become a millionaire in 12 months by using “ancient secrets” and then talks about being able to buy an item for $5 and sell it for $100, which would be a darn nice profit.
Now as I’ve said, I’ve reviewed a heck of a lot of scams online. However, I will say that I don’t think I have ever reviewed a scam promoted in this sort of manner. I’ve never heard of some sort of “ancient secret” to becoming a millionaire.
But I guess I have heard a lot of crazy things over the years so this is nothing too surprising.
And of course, as they all say, this “will be the most important video you have ever watched”…
Apparently this video contains “highly sensitive information” that “has been held back from you for centuries by the western world”. And you are not supposed to know this.
But… That is all just a bunch of BS.
The spokesperson is just trying to make this opportunity seem better than it really is and trying to act like you stumbled upon the holy Grail.
The creator of the system, who I don’t think ever mentions his name but I found it to be Steven Jenkins as you can see on the screenshot he shows below, claims to have generated over $1.3 million in the last 12 months using this system…
One thing they should definitely know is that a bank account screenshot like this proves absolutely nothing. It can be easily photoshopped and I for one definitely did not trust what he is showing.
This “ancient secret” is all about what is called drop shipping.
This is when you sell items online through your own e-commerce store but never actually hold any inventory or deal with the products directly. Basically how it works is you set up a e-commerce store with a bunch of products and when people come to your store and purchased the products, you then go directly to the manufacturer and purchase them, having them sent directly to the customer.
All of this is done online.
Belive it or not… Although it might seem that everything that comes out of the spokesperson’s mouth is a bunch of BS, this is actually a legitimate business model. In fact, I had my own e-commerce store and was drop shipping for around 2 years at one point.
HOWEVER… As you can imagine… This is NOT nearly as easy as he leads you to believe it is.
If it was then I would still be doing it and I would have all my friends and family doing the same, making boatloads of money.
But… It… Is… Not…
This “The Silk Road Effect” system is being sold on the ClickBank marketplace.
Clickbank is well known to have a lot of very scammy products listed, and what is also known for is upsells.
Sure enough, after you purchase the system for $17, you are then pushed into an upsell that you are going to “need”.
This is a load of crap because when you originally buy into this you think that you are getting all you need. But that isn’t true and they do not tell you this.
This is all very scammy and not the type of system I would really want to trust.
Do you consider systems that are promoted in extremely misleading ways to be scams? If so, then yes this is a scam. However, whether or not it is depends on what your definition of a scam is.
When you buy into this you do get training on setting up an e-commerce store and drop shipping. So you do get some value for the money you pay. However, it is just nothing like you are led to believe in the first place and will just be something that you are highly disappointed in.
There is absolutely no way that I’m going to be recommending this system to my readers.
Not only do I think it is going to be largely a waste of time, and likely just lead you down the wrong path having you waste your effort on something that isn’t going to work out well, but there are also other reasons why this sort of online business model might not be the best way for beginners to get started.
Doing e-commerce via drop shipping can be profitable and is a legitimate business model, as I said, but it also can be fairly risky due to the fact that you’re going to have to run paid advertisements, which include things like Facebook ads, Bing ads, etc. This can get expensive.
If you are just a beginner looking to for a legitimate way to make money online then I highly suggest that you take a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month doing so. What I do is beginner friendly and all in all is a great way for beginners to get started.
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Richard Lustig claims that his new Lotto Annihilator system can give you better chances of winning the lottery and that many people have already used this to win big, but is this really true? Can you trust what you hear? It is Lotto Annihilator just another scam that is going to give you false hope and leave you discouraged and disappointed at the end of the day?
I’m here to warn everyone against this product.
THIS IS A WARNING. After reading my review here you will see that this system is not worth purchasing because it is not going to do anything for you, except of course drain your bank account a little bit.
I’m sure you were suspicious of this whole thing being a scam before me saying that anyhow. The entire promo presentation does seem a little bit “scammy”, does it not?
The presentation starts out with a warning that “this video is very controversial”. Then Richard Lustig, starts off talking about how some guy one $9 million using his method, but of course he’s going to keep his name private for confidentiality reasons.
Most of the video presentation is Richard talking about how much money he has won and how he has been able to spend it on luxurious things like cruises, staying in penthouses, buying his kids anything they wanted, his dream house, and so on.
He even goes as far to say that his method, which helps give you an unfair advantage and the ability to predict the winning numbers of the lottery, will have you winning so much that you are going to need to start rotating the gas stations where you buy your tickets because the owners are going to hate giving out money to you all the time.
Quite a bold claim to make… And one that is definitely not backed up.
The video presentation is filled with a lot of unverifiable claims.
First off… the guy he talked about who supposedly one $9 million with his method… There is no way to verify that any of this is true because of course he does not share his name with us. Does this guy even exist in the first place?
He also talks about others who have supposedly won big payouts with his method…
But again… These are completely unverified…
At this point you may be wondering if this guy is even real.
Well… Believe it or not, yes Richard Lustig is a real guy and yes, he really did win the grand prize in the lottery 7 separate times, being the only one in the world to do so. This has landed him on all sorts of TV shows and even in Ripley’s Believe It or Not.
That said, he has been milking the heck out of his fame for years now. This is not the first program he has released that uncovers his “secret method” and will supposedly make you rich. Instead of winning the lottery again and again with his “secret method”, he now seems to be making all of his money off of selling products like this to unsuspecting individuals.
So what this system supposedly does is increases your chances of winning. It isn’t going to guarantee a win every time but, according to Richard, but it will increase your odds.
The basics of how it works just like this…
Now as you can see he makes it sound like you’re going to be winning again and again, getting consistent income from this that can replace your job. He talks about how “some months you may only win $10,000” and other months you may “find yourself cashing a check for $200,000″… As if $10,000 a month is going to be the least you are going to win.
This is one heck of a misleading statement.
You guessed it… The answer is NO.
His “secret method” does not work and it is not going to increase your chances of winning. The only thing it is going to do is leave you with less money and give Richard more money.
Why is it not going to work?
Well… Because it is statistically impossible.
There is a good article on Business Insider that talks about this. In this article a journalist takes Richard Lustig’s method to a statistics professor and has him take a look at it, which he concludes makes no sense.
You can’t cheat the system when it comes to lotteries… The numbers generated are completely random and because of this there is no way to predict the numbers that will be chosen.
Sure, you can join lottery pools and things like that to increase your chances, but this has nothing to do with actually predicting winning numbers or anything like that.
Like I said earlier on, Richard has released a number of these products in the past. I have reviewed 2 other of his products here on my site, one called Lottery Winner University and another called Auto Lotto Processor.
They are both the same exact thing… They give you this formula to supposedly increase your chances of winning. In fact, they even have pretty much the same sales video.
This might make you wonder… Why is he re-branding his products and rereleasing them under different names?
The most likely answer is because is products have been getting a lot of negative attention due to the fact that THEY DON’T WORK.
So he repackages the product under a different name and sells it as some great new thing.
The initial cost when you buy in is $97, but there are up-sells.
I’m not sure exactly how much everything costs, but I do know there is at least one upsell that you will be pushed into for $125.
The big question is whether or not Richard Lustig actually believes in his method or not. If he does really believe in it, and truly believes that he is helping people win the lottery, then I would not see this as a scam.
HOWEVER, if he is aware that is method is a complete sham and knows that it will not work, then yes I would definitely consider this a scam because he would know that he is ripping people off.
Scam or not, it doesn’t really matter. The bottom line is that this does NOT work and is definitely NOT something I’m going to be recommending to my readers.
The only tips I can give you for the lottery is to select numbers higher than 31, because this will decrease chances (if you do win) that you have to share the money with others because so many people pick their birthdays. Or you could join some sort of lottery pool, but then again although that would increase your chances of winning you would have to share the pot.
So anyways… I hope you found this little review helpful.
Something else you might also be interested in, since you are looking for ways to make money, is how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month working online for myself. This is something that is legitimate and beginner friendly, which is the reason I often recommend that to beginners looking to get started making money online.
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FB Dollars claims to pay people up to $500 a month for literally doing nothing. All you have to do is allow them to “rent” out your Facebook ads account, which you probably are not using anyhow, and that is that.
But can you actually make money doing this?
After all, when it comes to ways of making money online, you have to be very cautious with what you get involved with. They can say whatever they want to, but you have to keep in mind that there are plenty of scams out there.
Is FB Dollars just another scam like Facebook on Fire that uses the Facebook name to try to come across as being legitimate?
Well… Let me just say this… It isn’t something I’m going to be recommending to my readers and you will see why…
So the whole concept sounds pretty darn simple. Besides filling out a form at the very beginning to give FB Dollars access to your Facebook ads account, there isn’t anything else to do… You supposedly can than just sit back and collect $500 a month… So you are told.
But as the saying goes… If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
I’m guessing that you probably thought this sounded a little bit too good to be true, which is the reason you decided to do a little extra research and stumbled across my review right here. And it’s a good thing you did!
So as mentioned, this is all about them “renting” your Facebook ads account. That is all they want.
Most people don’t even know that they have an ads account, but everyone dies. Everyone who has a Facebook account also has a Facebook ads account that is attached to it. You might never use it, and you might not know that even exists, but is there in case one day you would want to use it.
With a Facebook ads account you can run targeted ads on the Facebook platform along with on other platforms inside the advertising network.
But you may be wondering… Why the heck to they want your ads account?
Seems a bit weird doesn’t not?
I mean… Why don’t they just use their own ads accounts if everyone has them?
Well… I have come across this sort of thing before and I know what is going on here for the most part.
You see, Facebook is extremely strict when it comes to running ads. I know because I have experience doing so. If you do something that they don’t like they will disable your account and is incredibly difficult getting your account re-enabled.
My guess is that this place that is looking to rent ads accounts is probably doing some advertising that is “not so Facebook friendly”. Maybe they are looking to advertise for some sort of scam “make money online” program or something of that nature. This would probably be my guess, but it is just a gas and definitely not something I know for sure.
The other scam I reviewed that was similar in the past was called Social Xchange… and it has since been shut down as I could have guessed.
The requirements for you to be able to make $500 a month renting out your ads account include…
The reason they want you to have an account that is seasoned, genuine, and active with a decent amount of friends is because Facebook is much more likely to disable a brand-new account over an old one.
The bottom line here is that I definitely do not trust this place at all.
Why? Because they give me absolutely no reason to trust them. The website looks very scammy and there is no information about the people behind it. Who created it and things like that? We have no idea.
Also, something that I haven’t mentioned, is that there are “fake news” sites that are referring people to this site. I mean by this is that there are completely fake sites that have been set up to look like legitimate news websites, usually having articles about some “Work at Home Mom Makes $500 a Month Doing Nothing” or something along those lines, but the sites are completely made up. They appear to be legitimate news sources but they are not.
Maybe they will use your Facebook ads account as they say they will, but who is to say that you are actually going to get paid?
The only logical reason that they are willing to pay people, or at least claim they do, to use their Facebook ads accounts is because they are doing something that Facebook is not okay with, such as advertising scams and scamming people as I mentioned above.
If they were doing everything by the book they would have no reason to be buying other people’s ads accounts. They can simply use their own with no problem.
And… Because they are likely doing something that Facebook does not like… Your ads account is probably going to get disabled in a relatively short period of time and then you will have to go through the ridiculous process of trying to get it re-enabled, which you do not want to go through.
Now this isn’t going to affect your personal Facebook account at all, the one that you use normally to communicate with friends and such, but still…
I don’t have any cold hard proof that this is a scam, but it is definitely something that I am going to avoid it and that I recommend avoiding. As I said, your Facebook ads account is just going to get disabled anyhow… So if you actually do make any money at all, if they are actually willing to pay you, it will be a very limited amount because your account is going to be disabled and not be any use to them.
This is definitely not something that you can make $500 a month with over and over again, even if they do pay, which I am hesitant to believe they will.
But anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful!
Before you leave, since you are interested in making money online, you might want to take a look at this short beginners guide to making money online that I put together. It’s a great way for beginners to get started in this something that actually works, which I know from experience.
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The guy claims that his new system called CB Wealth can earn you $25,921.75 in the next 30 days with no experience needed, but is this really true? OF COURSE NOT! It’s a SCAM!
You are told that you are invited to check out the system by one of his “close personal friends” and were told not to share this with anyone.
He goes on to tell you that this is a “done for you system” that doesn’t require any experience and even goes as far where he “guarantees” that this will be the most important video you see this year.
But of course, as I already said, it is all a bunch of crap. This is just another scam. In this short review I will go over the lies you are told, how this system supposedly makes you money, what you actually get if you buy into it and so on. You will see why I am calling it a scam.
Like most scams online, you are supposed to believe that the creator is sharing this new system with you out of the kindness of his heart.
What a nice guy right?
Well… Not really.
The video presentation is basically just a bunch of rambling on and on about all the money you can make with this system. The guy talks about all these people making tons of money with the system, like Kevin who supposedly made over $9000 last week and is only a 21-year-old college student, and Julie who was a single mother living in the UK who just got paid $12,317.
But… As you probably already assumed… These are all lies.
Or I guess I should just say that I am assuming they are lies because there is absolutely no proof whatsoever that they are true, and judging by everything else I see here it makes sense that they would just be lies like much of the other stuff he tells you.
1. You weren’t invited by a “close personal friend”
As stated, at the beginning of the video presentation he tells you you are invited by a close personal friend of his. This is a lie and that the truth is that you probably received some spammy looking email about some new “make money online system” or something like that and decided to click on one of the links inside.
This was not sent by a close friend it was sent by someone trying to make money by suckering people into this BS.
2. The video is NOT 4 minutes and 45 seconds
This isn’t important but it kind of ticked me off so I thought I’d talk about anyhow. You are told that the video is 4 minutes and 45 seconds long but then it drags on for a massive 15 minutes, or around that long. This definitely does not add to it being a scam, but it sure is annoying.
3. The video is the LEAST IMPORTANT video you will see this year
And then there is the part where he “guarantees” that the video is the most important thing you will ever watch this year… But in my opinion it is actually the least important.
Since one is getting scammed a good thing?
Oh, that’s right, this guy is acting like this system is actually legitimate.
4. Member Earnings
And as mentioned there is no proof of any of the earnings that he mentions people making. It’s more than likely a lie.
Just like pretty much every other scam out there, there is no information provided on how the system is actually going to make you money. We have absolutely no idea because the video presentation is filled with a bunch of fluff about making tons of money… But the guy totally forgets to talk about how this is even going to happen in the 1st place.
Are you going to be affiliate marketing, blogging, doing ecommerce??? Who knows!
This is very typical of an online scam. Of course they want you to buy into their scam before actually finding out how crappy it really is.
Would a legitimate system completely avoid mentioning anything to do with how it works? I certainly would not think so. The reason they are keeping this hidden is because they know if they would talk about it would be even easier to identify is a scam.
Now I didn’t actually buy into this system, so I don’t have any good idea of what you are going to end up getting once you do buy in. HOWEVER, I have reviewed quite a few scams that are very similar in nature to this one you have a good idea of what is going to happen.
My best guess is that you will probably be provided with some very poor quality and likely outdated training on some method for making money online… Which will likely just end up causing worse problems than if they were to just take your money and run… Reason being because you are going to end up wasting your time on something that is not going to work out.
So obviously I’m not going to recommend this system to any of my readers. It is a pretty obvious scam in my opinion and there are lots of different red flags that tipped me off on this. Things such as…
These are all pretty typical of online scams and if you come across anything like this it is best to proceed with caution.
As the saying goes “if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is”. This is a pretty good saying to keep in the back of your mind and it will help you avoid a lot of scams in the future.
If you want a personal recommendation from me on how to make money online, which I actually do a full-time, then I would highly suggest reading THIS POST that will explain exactly what I do and show you how to get started.
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