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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The Weed Millionaire system is supposedly some new automated trading system that can make you very wealthy very fast… Or at least that is what you are led to believe. However, we all know that you cannot always trust what you hear or read on the Internet, and this does seem a little bit too good to be true. So is it a scam or not? Is this the real deal or is it just going to leave you with less money than when you started?
Well… Unfortunately the answer to that question is the latter… That is just going to leave you with less money than when you started. This Weed Millionaire system is a scam and you will see why I am saying this in my quick review here.
You are told that this is the last way for the little guys to make a massive fortune fast, that hundreds of marijuana stocks have exploded in price, and that you want to get in before goes mainstream… And while some of what you are told is true, it doesn’t change the fact that the system is a scam.
Yes… There is a lot of opportunity in marijuana stocks right now, but that doesn’t mean that the system is legit.
Since you are reading my review right now than I am guessing you are probably suspicious of it all… Which led you to do some extra research and come across my site. Probably sounded a little bit too good to be true, and it certainly is.
You really are told all that much information about it, but basically you are led to believe that it has some incredibly accurate trading system that is going to absolutely kill it trading weed stocks. You are told that all you have to do is enter your email, deposit money and then set back and let the money flow into your account.
But of course it’s all a bunch of BS and there are plenty of red flags that hint at this being a scam…
Registration closes today – Of course they tell you that registration is closing today. It doesn’t matter when you land on the website, at the top of the screen there is a red banner that says resistration is ending. This is just a form of false scarcity that is commonly employed by scammers.
99.7% accuracy – When I was looking around the website I noticed in the FAQ section that they claim this system has 99.7% accuracy. Now they don’t exactly tell you what this statistic means, but it seems that they are referring to trade accuracy. And this is absolutely ridiculous. 99.7%… give me a break.
Requires no work on your part – Right on que… it requires no work. All you do is deposit your money and BOOM… you’re rich. Well.. at least that is what they lead you to believe. Remember the saying “if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is”? Ya… that really fits good here.
Strange broker – As you will see in the next section of my review… After signing up I was referred to a rather strange broker who I definitely did not trust.
No commissions or fees – In the FAQ section they also tell you that there are no commissions or fees. This leads me to wonder how the heck these people are making money then. How can they give this software away for free and get nothing in return? Are we supposed to believe they are doing all of this out of the kindness of their hearts? It makes no sense.
Everything is very vague – As with most scams, everything they tell you is very vague… and they really don’t tell you much of anything at all. All you know is that you can supposedly deposit your money with this system and it is going to make insanely accurate trades, making you rich. This is the same type of thing I’ve seen with other similar scam systems like Bitcoin Bonanza and The Britcoin System.
I decided to sign up for this system just to see what would happen. After entering my email address, name, phone number and so on, was then led to the dashboard of it all, which you can see below.
The first thing you have to do when you get to the dashboard is deposit money of course. And as you can see the broker I was assigned was named “Your Broker”, I know what a crappy name, right?
I decided to do a little investigating to see what I can find out about this broker and couldn’t really find out much of anything. This is just another it no name broker that I definitely would not trust.
Not only could I not find any information about this broker, but also when I would click to deposit money my malware protection software on my computer would block me from proceeding, giving me the message that there was a “Trojan found”.
Now I can’t say this with 100% certainty because I have not actually deposited any money, however, I am very familiar with these types of scams because I have reviewed many in the past. So I know how they work pretty well and this seems like your pretty typical run-of-the-mill automated trading software scam.
Basically what will happen is after you get done depositing your money you are probably screwed and there will likely be no way for you to get your money back… Or at least it will be incredibly difficult to do so. Some of these types of scams even make you believe that you are making all sorts of money. The money in your trading account will grow and grow, but then it comes time to withdraw, you will find that it won’t let you.
The creators of these types of scams work with the brokers that they refer people to. So in my case they would earn commissions from referring me to “Your Broker”, if I were to deposit money.
This place has scam written all over it and there is absolutely no way I’m going to be recommending it to my readers. Everyone is looking for a fast way to make money, but unfortunately this is not it. Remember… If it sounds too good to be true then you probably want to avoid it. And this definitely sounds too good to be true.
Also be on the lookout for similar scams out there… They are all over the place see need to be cautious.
If you are just looking for a way to make some money online and want a personal recommendation, I would suggest that you take a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month online here.
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So there is this new system out called Cash Formula that you can supposedly make $5000 a day with… But of course that sounds a little bit too good to be true, does it not? This then probably leads you to wonder whether or not this is just another crappy scam that is going to be a waste of your time.
Is it a scam? Does it actually work? How does it work and why is this guy deciding to let people in on it?
Lots of questions that need answers… and you are in the right place. In this quick review I’m going to be giving my honest opinion of it, which is not too good as you will see and as you are probably expecting.
My first impression:
So my first impression after landing on the sales page is that it seems pretty darn scammy.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of different scams on my site here, most recently Easy Cash Club, and this is looking typical, especially when it comes to “make money online” Clickbank scams, which are becoming so popular it’s ridiculous.
It definitely seems like a scam right off the bat. And to make matters worse, the guy leads you to believe that it is going to be a short video presentation of only 2 and a half minutes but really it drags on for over 20 minutes… which something else that is typical of a scam… a lie or misleading info at the least.
But anyways… the creator of the system is Michael Green, who claims to go by the name “Green Machine” because of all the money he makes.
He claims to be a guy that makes up to $10,000 a day… just by clicking a few buttons. He then goes on to say that he makes more in a minute than most people in an entire year, which makes no sense because if he is making $10k a day that would mean he is making around $6.95 a minute… and I don’t know about you but most people I know make over $6.95 a year.
He claims that he stumbled upon this system after losing his job and bumping into an old friend that has some company that “controls millions of web visitors each month” that discovered some “loophole”. The story goes that his company bought this secret loophole formula from a group of Ukranian coders and blah blah blah.
The reason I say “blah” is because what this guy tells you doesn’t really make any sense… and it isn’t supposed to. It’s supposed to sound confusing so that it seems really complex and amazing, but really it’s just a bunch of vague info that is vague on purpose.
Anyhow… lets get to the point here: The story behind Michael Green’s discovery is a bunch of BS and so is the guy himself.
As you can see below, the image they show you of Michael is really a free picture that anyone can use online and it is available on the freepik website. I found this out by doing a quick reverse Google image search of the picture they showed us in the video presentation.
So he basically claims that he is now allowing others to use his system because he is just that nice of a guy. He talks about how he is sick and tired of all the fake gurus out there scamming people and he just wants to help out.
This already sounds like something I’ve heard from just about every scam I’ve ever reviewed and to make matters worse, I already showed you that this guy isn’t who he claims to be.
So how can you trust any of this?
The answer: You can’t!
There is so much that this Michael guy tells us that just doesn’t add up.
For example… he tells us that he is only letting 7 new people in today because he doesn’t want this to become too popular. He wants it to fly under the radar, so to speak, so that the gurus don’t find out.
But then why the heck does it say there are 7 new spots available everytime I go to this website? You can check it out for yourself if you don’t believe me… just go back to the video in a day or 2 and it will be telling you the same darn thing.
Just as expected, the guy tells you just about nothing on what you are actually buying into here. The information given is incredibly vague and this is pretty typical when it comes to online scams. They like to provide you with vague info on purpose so that you have to buy into it in order to find out more… and probably because if they did provide too much information you would easily be able to either tell that it is a scam or they would get into too much legal trouble because they would likely have to lie a bunch more than they already do.
But anyways… so what the heck do you get if you buy into this?
Well… honestly… I don’t know the answer because I have not bought into it nor do I intend to. HOWEVER, I can tell you that what you will be getting will be nowhere near what you are expecting to get if you buy in thinking that this guy is telling you the truth about the system.
Based on what I see here and other scams I’ve reviewed in the past that were very similar, which there are plenty of, I’m guessing that you will probably be given some pretty crappy training for some method of making money online that is just going to lead you down the wrong path and waste a bunch of your time for nothing.
So obviously I’m not going to be recommending that any of my readers buy into this crap…. unless you are looking to get scammed of course, which I’m guessing you aren’t.
I probably just confirmed your suspicions with this review anyhow though. After all, since you came across my review then you were looking for additional information online about this system and the reason for that is probably because it sounded a little too good to be true.
Lots of lies, misleading information, lack of information and so on… Although I didn’t buy into this to find out for myself, I can pretty confidently call it a scam.
If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online (that is beginner friendly) then I would highly suggest taking a look at this guide I put together that will show you how I do so.
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Easy Cash Club is supposedly some new software created by a guy named Steve that can generate you thousands of dollars per day, with "no work". But is it really as good as it seems? Or is this just another waste of time online scam that is going to leave you with less money than when you started?
While I might not call it a complete scam, unfortunately it does lean towards the latter… Being more on the side of a waste of time scam than something that is actually going to make you good money.
Since you are reading my review here I'm guessing that you probably came across the over-the-top video presentation and thought that it sounded a little bit too good to be true, which it does. I mean just think about it… This guy claims that he is giving away his autopilot software for the price of only $37 and it can make you thousands of dollars per day on complete autopilot?? That sounds like a fairytale to me.
Things aren't adding up
Above the video presentation it states that you can make $379 per day with this system with "no work" required. However, in the video presentation Steve says that you can make thousands of dollars with it per day, and that he makes $2000 a day consistently.
So which is it? There's a big difference between the numbers given here. This is just one of many small red flags that leads me to believe that you cannot trust what you are being told.
We don't know who this "Steve" guy is
Another red flag is that we don't even know who this "Steve" guy is. He tells you that he is a computer programmer, husband, and millionaire that wakes up around 11 AM and does whatever he wants to do, only spending about 30 minutes on his computer day… And that is when he is not traveling the world going on exotic vacations or driving one of his Lamborghinis.
The problem here is that there is no verifiable information given about Steve. All this could easily be made up, and I'm guessing it is.
Scarcity tactics everywhere
You may have also noticed the different scarcity tactics used. They tell you that there is only a few software licenses left so you have to buy in right now and there are other methods to make you think that this is extremely urgent.
Now this type of thing definitely doesn't mean it is a scam, but it sure as heck is a red flag and a very common characteristic of such.
Another thing I noticed is that the testimonials given on the sales page are as fake as can be. I ended up doing a reverse Google image search and found that the one picture is actually of a woman named Joy although on the sales pages states that her name is "Mary" from the Philippines… A complete lie.
This woman probably has no idea these people are misusing her picture.
At this point you are probably well aware that this system is not going to be the incredible miracle system that it is claimed to be. And while you can make money with it, there is little chance you will make much of anything based on what I am seeing here.
But before I get into the problems with this system, let's first talk about what exactly it is and what it does.
In the video presentation Steve really hyped up this opportunity a lot and makes it seem like the greatest thing to ever come your way. He talks about people who are making millions on YouTube, such as the one young kid from Ryan Toys that makes over $11 million a year.
Yes, it "can" be a good opportunity to make money. BUT… It definitely is not as easy as he leads you to believe it is and if you buy into this software with high expectations you likely are going to be disappointed, very disappointed. This system falls into the same category as the extremely over-hyped Tube Profit Sniper & YT Crusher scammy systems I've exposed in the past.
In order to start making revenue from people viewing your videos and getting paid by Google AdSense, you will first have to get your YouTube channel approved by them. This is easier said than done and I have seen lots of people's applications denied over the years.
Google AdSense does not want to be placing ads on someone's scam YouTube videos. If you have a YouTube channel with a bunch of poor quality videos made by this software, there is a darn good chance you aren't going to get accepted in the first place.
So obviously this is a major problem because if you don't get accepted then you aren't going to make any money this way.
You can still make money by putting affiliate links in your video description for products you want to promote (affiliate marketing) however.
Another major problem, even if you do get accepted for AdSense, is that getting views is NOT easy. You can't just go out and create a bunch of YouTube videos expecting people to be watching them like crazy. It does not work like that. There is a lot of competition from other YouTubers and you are going to have to compete with them in the rankings.
The problem here is that there is no talk about getting you to videos ranked high and this is a major concern. If you buy into the system and there is no training on ranking your videos, you are really going to struggle. Ranking means everything.
Lastly, or maybe I should say the last problem that I am going to go over (because there are others), is that you will need a lot of views in order to make any substantial money with this. The amount you make per ad view varies greatly depending on your niche and what types of ads are being displayed, but generally speaking Google AdSense pays very little and you are going to need a heck of a lot of views to make substantial money.
Based on what I see your there is pretty much no chance at all that you are going to be making anywhere even close to $1000 per day. I'd be surprised if people would make $20 a day with this.
So is it a scam or not? Well… That all depends on what you consider a scam or not. If you consider something that lures people in with the hopes and dreams of making easy money and then sells them on some extremely over-hyped product that is not going to be nearly as good as claimed - to be a scam, then yes this is a scam.
While this system does provide a little bit of value, in my opinion it is in a way the worst type of scam out there, reason being that it is just going to take you down the wrong path and waste a bunch of your time. I would rather be scammed from the start and realize it right away so that I can just move on with my life, instead of putting a bunch of effort into something that isn't going to work.
So anyways… Obviously I do not recommend anyone to buy into this system. It is only going to be a disappointment.
If you want to get started on a beginner friendly way to make money online, that is actually legitimate, that I highly suggest taking a look at this guide I put together.
The Profit Injector is supposedly some new incredible system developed by a guy named Jamie that can supposedly make you a ton of easy money through "video arbitrage".… Well at least that is what he tells you. But is it the truth?
Is this system all that really claims to be and more or is this just another crappy scam that is going to be a waste of your time and money, kind-of like that Ecom Cash Crusher scam that I wrote about recently? This it is precisely the question that I'm going to help answer in this quick review.
When you first land on the website for Profit Injector there is a video presentation set up that begins with the Jamie telling you that the video is only available via an invite, and that you should consider yourself to have just won the lottery because you are so lucky.
He talks about getting paid from free video ads and getting a piece of a $1.2 billion pie, all the while he is counting money at his table which makes no sense at all because when you make money online you don't get paid in cash. He looks more like a drug dealer than an Internet marketer in my opinion.
Some other concerning aspects of the video presentation of course include that it sounds a little bit too good to be true and that he loves to show off screenshots of his bank account and such, instead of getting to the important details about how the system actually works. However, one positive thing I can say is that he doesn't tell you that you will be making thousands of dollars a day, which is a common characteristic of an online scam.
The reason he claims to be sharing this information and system with everyone is because it benefits him as well. He describes as a partnership, and if you make money he also makes money. However, he doesn't really explain what he means by this and I will speak more on it in a bit.
Everything about the system he explains fairly vaguely, so if you don't know that much about different methods for online marketing, you probably don't have much of a chance at understanding what the heck he is talking about. He talks about how you have to make some connection to niches inside of niches, which he has done for you… And talks about a bunch of other things that will completely lose most viewers.
Vagueness when it comes to "make money online" products like this usually is a sign of a crappy system/program. So this definitely increases my suspicions.
Basically how the system works is that it will help you find other people's YouTube videos that have empty descriptions. Jamie supposedly created this whole search engine to find these opportunities. And the reason these are opportunities is because the goal is to be able to get your own affiliate link into these videos' description boxes, so that you will then be able to get free traffic from videos that aren't even yours.
So you will be doing affiliate marketing coupled with inserting links into other people's videos.
He claims that it is as simple as watching a short introductory video and then using his search engine software.
Well… As you can guess… Probably not.
The big question is… How the heck do you get your link into these videos' description boxes? I have no doubt that a software can find the opportunities out there, but actually getting in affiliate link into the description box is the part that puzzles me.
The creator of the video is the only person that has the ability to edit his/her video and the description. So does this mean you have to send them a message asking them to put your affiliate link in their video description? If so this is going to be an absolute disaster.
The concept is great… There are tons of YouTube videos out there that are highly un-monetized which present great opportunities. However, as I just mentioned, you can't just go around inserting links into people's video descriptions… And I'll see any easy way to do this.
Just think about it… You have a video on YouTube and someone messages you to put some affiliate link in the description… Would you do it? Probably not.
Another big question is… Why is the sharing this with us? If this is some new groundbreaking system that is going to be making tons and tons of money, why is he sharing it with the world?
I know he says that he is only inviting certain people, and that viewing the video presentation is only available via private invite, but we all know that isn't true. So why is he sharing it?
Of course you are supposed to believe that he is doing out of the kindness of his own heart, but it seems like everyone says that these days.
Remember when I mentioned that he says that it is like a partnership and that you will help them make money? Yeah… Well I'm guessing that this is because he is going to push members to promote his own system. You will be able to use affiliate links to drive traffic to his own system and get more people to buy in.
Of course this is just a guess, but I have seen things like this happen a thousand times before and it definitely is not a far-fetched idea.
While I don't think this is a scam, because he probably can potentially make some money with it, I definitely am not going to be recommending this system to my readers.
For one, I just don't see the system working out very well because I see a massive problem trying to get video owners to insert your affiliate link into their video description. And two, there is really no proof that Jamie shows us of this system actually working that great. Sure, he showed us a bunch of his affiliate account screenshots and all the money he is making, but there is no proof that any of that money is coming from using the system.
It would be nice if there were some incredible system like this out there, where you could basically just plug into it and start making tons of easy money, but unfortunately these are usually dreams and fairytales.
If you want a personal suggestion from me, I would recommend taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month online… Which is a legitimate and beginner friendly way to make money in the online world.
Please leave all your questions and comments below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Stephen Jenkins claims that his Daily Cash App software can make you an average of $2685 a day, starting today… But of course you can always trust what you hear on the Internet.
Is this all one big scam?
Heck yes it is… And in this short review I’ll be proving it to you.
This system is nothing more than another nasty scam that you are going to make absolutely no money with, but will actually end up with less money than when you started. Imagine that… Trying to make money online but doing the exact opposite… Spending money and not making a dime.
Well, fortunately for you, you came across my review in time and now know to avoid this place. But anyways… Let’s get into the review…
It is said to be “the fastest way you can earn $2685 today!”.
The app was created by a guy named Steven Jenkins, who claims that he averages this amount of money with the app every single day, on complete autopilot.
And what is really crazy is that this whole system is something that only .003% of the world knows about, which means that you are very lucky to have stumbled across it… Or at least that is what he tells you.
But all that stuff about you being “lucky” is a bunch of crap. One thing he says is that the video presentation is highly sensitive and that the only reason you are able to watch it is because someone invited you. This is a easily proven lie because anyone can go to the website themselves to watch the video, which is actually what I did to test it out.
If you watched most of the video presentation then you probably remember seeing the testimonial videos from people claiming to be using this software and making all kinds of money.
Remember this girl?…
She claims to be making so much money that it has completely changed her life.
And what about this guy pictured below?… He claims that it is so easy to make money with this and the money just flows in on complete autopilot…
And there were other testimonial videos as well, but they don’t matter… Because they are all FAKE.
Yes that’s right, these testimonials are nothing more than a bunch of lies. The girl is actually a paid actress and the guy a paid actor that are available for hire on Fiverr.com, as you can see below…
I actually picked up on these videos being fake as soon as I saw them because I have seen both of these people before promoting other scammy products online.
You obviously can’t trust much of the information in the video presentation, so let’s talk about this Steven Jenkins guy and if any of what is said about him is actually true…
He claims to be a 43-year-old computer programmer that runs a software development company.
The story goes like this… He was approached by some millionaire to develop some secret software that could automate the process of buying and selling advertising spaces on some “secret exchange”. He did this and the software ended up being a huge success, being able to easily make people thousands of dollars per day.
Well one thing is for sure… The photo shown for “Steven Jenkins” on the website is completely fake. You can see below that the photo was actually a stock photo that I was able to find online by doing a reverse Google image search…
So if the photo of this guy is fake, then what about his story? Is the whole thing about him being approached by some millionaire to develop some software all made up?
Based on what I see here, and judging by the fact that he has already lied several times before this, I am going to go with my better judgment and say that this is probably a complete lie.
it sure would be awesome if there really was some sort of software out there like this that could make you thousands of dollars per day on complete autopilot, allow you to quit your job, travel the world, even to do pretty much anything you want to… But unfortunately these sorts of systems are scams.
Or at least I have never come across one that hasn’t been a scam.
Just about everything I see with this place smells like a scam. Fake testimonials, fake pictures of the creator, probably a completely fake background story, and just about no real information given on how this all works.
Limited info… and very vague..
You are told that this software supposedly automates the process of buying and selling ad space, but for who? And how? And where is it selling this ad space? Who are the advertisers that this exchange is working with?
We know absolutely nothing about anything here and you pretty much just have to trust what the guy is telling you… Even though we have already proven him to be a liar.
To make matters even worse, I have already exposed similar scams. And when I say “similar scams”, I mean it.
There are many other scams out there that supposedly make you money by what is often referred to as “flipping ads”, which is basically what “Steven Jenkins” claims his software does… It buys and sells ad space.
For some reason this is one of the new transfer online scams, claiming that you can make all sorts of money by buying and selling ads on complete autopilot.
Obviously this system is something that I am going to be recommending that you avoid. While I have not actually tested it out for myself, based on my experience making money online as well as my experience researching scams, I pretty much guarantee you that this is a massive scam.
Making money online is never this easy. In the future, if you ever come across something where you can make thousands of dollars on complete autopilot, avoid it.
And if you are looking for a personal recommendation of mine, I would suggest taking a look at how I make a living working online.
Questions or comments? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
This new Copy And Paste Ads system is promoted as a way to make $100 commissions over and over again… With 99% of the work done for you. But is it really that easy? What this all possibly be one big scam that is just going to be a waste of your money and time?
Unfortunately in today's online world, asking questions like whether or not it is a scam are very important, especially when it comes to something like this that just seems little bit too good to be true.
Fortunately for you, you are smart enough to actually take the time to do a little extra research and came across my review here… Which I'm sure you will be happy you did after reading it over.
In a nutshell, I definitely do not recommend anyone join this Copy And Paste Ads system and for good reason as I will explain to you. Yes, you can actually make money with this system… But there are some serious downsides as I will explain.
So when first landing on the sales page for this system it seems pretty much like your typical online scam… With claims of you being able to make super easy money with almost no work at all… Which is probably why you got suspicious and decided to do a little extra research on it in the first place.
Not only do things seem a bit too good to be true, but there is also no information on the people behind the system. We have no idea who the creators are or anything… The person talking in the video presentation never mentions his name.
But anyways… You are told that 99% of the work is done for you, that you can make commissions of $100 over and over again, and that all you have to do is copy prewritten ads and paste them to high-volume sites to get exposure.
The truth is that the system is incredibly simple to make money with.
But the problem is that it will likely not last and, although it is easy to make money with, you probably won't make much money at all… If anything.
So how it works is pretty simple… You buy in for the one time fee of $149.95 and then you go out and promote the system to others, getting them to buy in for the same price and you getting $100 every time someone joined. It's basically a very spammy and crappy version of affiliate marketing.
Once you join you will be provided with prewritten ads that you will be able to copy and paste to over 100 different places online, which you will be told about. You are provided with a limited amount of training, just enough so that you know what to do and know how it all works.
Basically how the system works is like this: you go out and spam these advertisements everywhere and when someone clicks on your ad, they are then prompted to enter their name, email, and phone number so that they can begin the process and are then sent to the same page that you were able to join through (I'm just assuming that you join here so that you get the idea of how it all works).
And it seems that there might be more than one way to join, because I was reading one review of talk about people joining by texting your unique code to the "hotline" and then getting a text message spit back out at them with a link that they can join through.
And if the people don't join, you still have the ability to follow up with them. You are provided with 22 different follow-up messages that you can automatically send out to them via the autoresponder you are provided with.
Pretty easy right? Well… Unfortunately these types of systems never work out well.
First off, people and going to buy into this system as easy as you may think. Just as you are suspicious right now and reading my review, many of the other people that see your advertisement are going to be suspicious as well.
This is in the early 2000's anymore, online scams are something that most people are well aware of and in incredibly scammy looking system like this, who we don't even know the creator of, is something that most people aren't going to join.
Overall just looks very sketchy.
Second, marketing this isn't going to be as easy as it may seem.
How can copying and pasting ads not be easy?
Well… Let's take Facebook for example, which is one of the places you will be told to copy and paste these ads.
Facebook has been cracking down on spam for a while now. They don't want spamming ads on their platform and this is because it ruins the user experience for others and just doesn't look good. So pasting ads like the ones you will be pasting is an easy way to get kicked out of Facebook groups and even get your account suspended/disabled.
And the same goes for other sites that you will be posting on, although they might not be as strict.
Thirdly, systems like this just don't last. They come and go with the seasons. I can pretty much guarantee you that this system is going to be pretty much unheard of in the near future.
In fact, I reviewed a similar system not all that long ago, called Ad Copy Pros, which has since been shut down. And you better believe it when I say that this system was promoted as being the same incredibly amazing opportunity as this new Copy And Paste Ads crap.
There is no way in heck I am going to be recommending this system to any of my readers.
Sure, it is really possible to make money with this system… And it definitely is "easy" to do so… But you probably won't make much at all and most people that join will probably actually end up losing money.
And do you really want to actually join a system like this? Just think about it… All you are doing is re-promoting the system and luring others in with the hopes and dreams of making super easy money.
On top of that, it this is a good way to get your Facebook account suspended or disabled as I mentioned.
If something sounds too good to be true, then it probably is… This is a good rule of thumb to go by when it comes to making money online. The bottom line is that there is no way around putting in the work. I have been making money online since 2015 and this is one of the realities I have come to know.
If you are looking for something that I recommend, that is actually legitimate, I would suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 online.
And don't forget to leave any questions or comments down below. I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Can you really make up to $3624.18 on eBay today with The EB Formula? Is this new system really that great? The answer is NO! Unfortunately… This is yet another online scam that is just going to be a waste of your time and money.
Believe me… If you really could make this kind of money this easily with this new system, I would be all over it. But that is not the case.
You probably landed on the video presentation for this system and came to the conclusion that it might be a little bit too good to be true. Well, you were right and in this short review I'm going to be going over why this is a scam and why you should avoid it.
The system, which is also called the eBay Formula, was supposedly created by a guy named Dan Wright… It was actually given the system from an old college buddy that was supposedly making nearly $1 million every year online. But I'll get more into this later.
When you land on the sales page for The EB Formula you are greeted with a video presentation that starts out by saying "congratulations" because you have been specially selected to start using this new formula.
The guy claims that people are making over $40,000 a month with this system and that you can be up and running in a matter of minutes… And that it is "as simple as tying your shoes".
The system is all about leveraging eBay to make money online and is specifically focused on what is called "drop shipping", which is when you sell products on eBay but don't actually keep inventory. Basically you sell on eBay and have products shipped directly to the buyers straight from the manufacturers.
Dropshipping is a legitimate way to make money online and actually is something I have a couple years of experience doing. However, it is not something that is "super simple" and if you do buy into the EB Formula you are just going to end up going down the wrong path and failing.
There our lots of red flags alerting you that this is a scam, here are a few…
Remember watching those testimonial videos from the people claiming that they are making tons of money with this system?
Like this one, where the guy says that the power of the formula is "mind blowing" and claims that he has made over $120,000 in the last three months…
And then there is this one from a woman who claims to have wasted tons of money and time trying to make money online, but has since been able to make over $40,000 every month with this incredible new system…
If you watched the video presentation then I am sure you remember seeing these testimonials.
Well… Unfortunately they are all fake. Both of these people are paid actors that can be hired on the freelance digital marketplace called Fiverr. They actually usually do their video presentations as spokespeople together as you can see here…
So this guy named Dan supposedly went to college in California and shared a room with some guy named Warren Paul. They started a design business together and Warren ended up making a ton of money and screwing over Dan.
After the situation Dan was depressed but ended up meeting up with an old college friend named Jason who is making tons of money on eBay. This guy ended up giving him his EB Formula that he had developed in the rest is history.
But is any of this actually true? PROBABLY NOT.
They do not give any sort of verifiable information on this "Dan Wright" guy. Not even a picture is shown of him.
I have reviewed plenty of other scams in my day that are promoted under fake names.… This seems to be another one.
And of course the thing just sounds way too darn easy. I mean, below the video they have steps one, two, and three outline for you where basically seems like you just activate your account and the money starts flowing in…
This is obviously a bunch of BS and making money with the system isn't going to be near that easy.
Another common characteristic of a scam is vagueness. And as you probably know the information given on this system is incredibly vague. It is a bunch of fluff with no detail.
How does the system actually make you money? Does it somehow analyze the market and find you the best products to sell? Does it somehow help you target the perfect audience to sell your products to?
There is no information given on… All you are told is that you are going to make it rich off of it.
Something else I call my eye is that below the video presentation there were a bunch of income statements going across the screen from people who have supposedly been making tons of money with this system.
But unfortunately these are all fake. How do I know? Well… Because it doesn't make any sense that this place would be able to know how much people are making. If they are making money through eBay than they should be getting paid into their own PayPal accounts… And how would this system have access to that information?
I've in using the word "system" a lot because that is the word that "Dan" uses in the video presentation. However, this is it really a system like you are led to believe.
Basically you are just getting a bunch of crappy training videos on the basics of selling on eBay. Some of these include topics like…
This is not some system that you just plug into and start making money with. It is far from that. The information given is incredibly misleading and a lot of it is nothing more than a lie.
Can you really make over $3000 on eBay starting today with this system? That is what they tell you but the truth is that there is no way in hell you're going to be making this much… In fact you won't make a penny today even if you do buy into the system.
Selling on eBay can be profitable but it is certainly not easy and I pretty much guarantee you are going to fail if you buy into the system. This is all a bunch of crap. They lure people in with the hopes and dreams of making easy money online and then give you some crap training that is just going to be a waste of your time.
So please avoid this… this goes for anyone who is reading my review here.
I don't have any good recommendations for systems or training programs when it comes to making money on eBay, but if you are interested in just making money online in general, I would highly recommend taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month online.
Questions or comments? Just leave them down below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
There is this new system called Fast Profits (aka Fast Profits Online) being promoted all over that can supposedly make you thousands of dollars per day… But unfortunately it is all one big fat lie.
When we all like to come across some incredible system that requires very little work and that could make us tons of money on autopilot? That would be incredible… I sure as heck would and if I did come across something like this, I would be sharing it with all my family and friends.
Unfortunately, we live in a world where there are a heck of a lot of scams… Especially when it comes to the online world. And Fast Profits is just one of many.
I expose scams on my blog here on I missed a daily basis so coming across something like this is nothing new to me. It’s not much different from other scams like The Profit Shortcut and The China Secret that I reviewed recently.
But anyways… Let’s get on to the review…
The Fast Profits system is supposedly the creation of some guy named “Michael Carson”. He explained that he used to run a consulting business that would help small businesses get started online, but eventually quit and developed some “weird but simple trick” into a system that could be applied to any online business to make thousands of dollars per day.
But as you are already aware… Most of what he tells you is a bunch of crap.
As soon as you land on the website you are greeted with a video presentation that starts off by saying that the video is “highly private and sensitive”. This is the first mistake that the scammers behind the system made, because I know that just about every system out there that makes statements like this turns out to be a scam.
But anyways… You are told that people are earning $1700 per day, every day, with this system and that some of his students are earning up to three times this amount.
How are they doing it? Well… He keeps talking about some “weird” trick even refers to at one point as an “incredible trick” that has already helped 237 people make more than $20,000 each in the past three weeks.
And… The best part is that he claims he is super lazy and only works one hour a day maximum… Meaning that you can make a lot more than him if you work more.
He is pretty vague when he explains how this system is supposedly going to make money, and really doesn’t provide much detail at all, but there were some hints that were throughout the video presentation that I picked up on.
We know that it has something to do with e-commerce, which he claims is the next big thing and that you can make more money in this business than anything else.
He then goes on to say that you don’t need any products to sell in order to make money with this system… But what the heck does that mean?
Isn’t e-commerce all about selling products online?
Well… What he is talking about here is called “drop shipping”, which I actually have a couple years of experience doing.
Drop shipping is basically when you set up your own e-commerce store but don’t hold any inventory, instead when you make a sale you have the product shipped directly from the manufacturer. It is a great business model that can be very lucrative, but unfortunately this Fast Profits Online BS isn’t going to get you to where you want to be.
As the old saying goes… If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. This is a saying you should always keep in the back of your mind, especially when it comes to the “make money online” programs/systems that are out there.
Just think about it… Some “weird trick”, some system that he created after having some “crazy idea to try a little hack”… What the heck is talk like this supposed to mean?
I don’t know about you… But being able to make $1700 per day like clockwork all from some “weird trick” that never gets fully explained sounds way too good to be true. And… Unfortunately most of it is a lie…
So at one point in the video presentation he shows a bunch of testimonials from people who are supposedly using this system to make a crap ton of money.
I’m talking about people like this (the girl below) who claims this system has been a miracle and has changed her life…
That would be great if her life did change for the better, but unfortunately what she is saying is not true. It is all a lie and she got paid to say it. How do I know?
Well… Because she is actually a paid actress from the freelance digital marketplace called Fiverr…
And she isn’t the only one. All of those other video testimonials are fake as well.
In fact… Just about everything is fake.
At one point shows a screenshot of his bank account that has $2.8 million in it, but the problem is that this can easily be faked as well. It is incredibly easy nowadays to Photoshop the bank account to make it appear to have some astronomical balance…
And quite honestly I doubt that this “Michael Carson” guy even exists. This certainly isn’t out of the question because many online scams I have reviewed in the past have been promoted under fake names.
Of course the real people running the scams don’t want their names known, so they make up some fictitious character and promoted under the fake identity.
I mean… I don’t have any proof that this guy doesn’t exist… But I also don’t have any proof that he does exist.
And I’m not so sure I would trust this place
I decided to run a website check on ScamAdviser.com for the site, which is fastprofits.online, you and found that the website is actually based in Panama but the relocation is being hidden…
Sounds a bit strange, doesn’t not?
While I don’t have any concrete evidence that this entire system is a scam, I am pretty confident in my review here. As I said, I have reviewed countless online scams and this one really fits the bill.
It might not be a complete scam however. My guess is that you probably will get some crappy low quality training on building your own e-commerce business, but it will be nothing like you are led to believe. It will probably just end up being a big waste of time and money in the end.
If you want my personal recommendation on things I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month online… All legitimately.
Anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. Please leave any questions or comments down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
So I came across this new system called Wealth Project recently that I want to warn people about. The system, program, whatever you want to call it is supposedly created by “James Robertson” and he claims that you can make up to $17,520 in your first week with it… However as far as I see this is another common online scam.
I had exposed well over 100 online scams over the years and this one really fits the bill… It has many common characteristics that I often see with “make money online” scams and as soon as I came across it I realized this.
In this quick review I’ll be going over why the Wealth Project is a scam and why you should avoid it.
So I came across this system after landing on the website and seeing the video presentation titled “you could earn up to $17,520 in your first week starting today in under 30 minutes & 21 clicks”.… Which definitely sounds too good to be true and quite ridiculous.
You don’t find out until later in the video that the guy who claims to be behind this whole thing is named “James Robertson”. He claims that he has personally invited you to watch the “private video” in tells you not to share it with anyone. He says that you are highly qualified and a perfect fit to use the system.
HOWEVER, this is definitely not true because the video is not private at all. Anyone can go to the website and watch the video… This is just all a bunch of BS and he is saying it to try to make you feel like you have some amazing opportunity.
But anyways, he goes on to talk about how this is a super simple system that requires no experience. There are a bunch of names mentioned in the video of people who have supposedly been using the system to make all kinds of money, but he offers no proof of any of this being real. This information could easily have been made up, and I’m assuming it is based on all the other very “scammy” things I see going on here.
In the video he mentions that when you make money, he also makes money. He also talks about how you will be copying him, copying the system he created and earning money exactly how he does.
But how exactly is this? What exactly does the system do and how does it make you money?
Unfortunately this is not a question I can answer because he provides no such information. The guy literally tells you nothing about how the system makes money. Throughout just about the entire sales video he just goes on and on about how easy it is in how much money you will be making… But provides no details that are actually important.
There are a heck of a lot of red flags that I came across while looking into this Wealth Project scam… And I’m sure some of them probably caught your attention to. After all, you were suspicious enough of this that you decided to do some extra research which eventually lead you to my review here.
One of the first red flags that caught my attention was how he says that you have been privately invited and acts as if this is some special opportunity just for you. I knew this was a lie right away because I was able to type the website into my browser myself and access the video with no problem. You do not need some special invitation link.
Another red flag is how he provides no verifiable information about himself. The guy claims to be named “James Robertson”, but I doubt any of this is true. He doesn’t provide any picture, nothing at all. And it is very common for scams to be promoted under fake names. The real creators of the scams don’t want you to know their names because of course they don’t want to face the consequences of scamming people.
And then possibly the biggest red flag of all is the fact that there is no information provided on how you will be actually making money. Just think about it… When have you seen a legitimate opportunity, in opportunity that you actually know is legitimate, make you buy into it before actually figuring out what it is? That is what you have to do here… You actually have to purchase the program before having any idea what you’re getting involved with.
The more liking I do into this program the more and more it seems a scam. There are red flags everywhere and I could go on and on, but I don’t want to bore you. You are probably pretty certain it was a scam in the first place and my review here just confirmed your suspicions.
Wait a minute… There is an upside? How can there be an upside to this ridiculous scam?
Well… Yes there is an upside but it is probably nothing like you may be thinking.
The upside I am talking about is how this Wealth Project program is being sold on ClickBank. Why is this an upside? Well… Because ClickBank is usually pretty good at giving refunds… Meaning that if you did buy into this already you should be able to get your money back, which I would try to do as soon as possible.
When I review potential scams, I usually go in with a neutral mindset and if there is something that I think might not be a scam, then I will say that. However, everything I see with this program looks like a scam to me. There is nothing that seems legitimate about it and for that reason I am concluding that is indeed a pure scam.
My guess is that when you buy into this, you will probably be provided with some very crappy and ineffective training for making money online, which will only lead you down the wrong path and waste a bunch of your time. The reason this is my guess is because I see these types of scam programs all the time. They claim they will give you the world, and provide you with something that you will be lucky if you make $10 with.
My Personal Recommendation:
if you are a beginner looking for a legitimate way to make money online, I highly suggest taking a look at how I am now making over $6,000 a month online below…
The reason I recommend this is because I know this works based on my personal experience and I have seen it work for other people.
In please leave any comments, questions, or concerns below. I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂