Kindle Sniper, aka KDL Sniper, is a new “system” that claims to pretty much be the greatest opportunity at ever for making money online. It claims to tap into a little-known niche that has massive potential, so much potential that this opportunity is promoted as a way to make over $1000 per day. But is what you hear really the truth? Or is Kindle Sniper a scam that you should be running away from?
These are both serious questions that need to be answered before moving forward. And unfortunately you aren’t going to like the answer that I have for you. The truth is that, while you may be able to make some money with this “system”, the sales information provided is extremely misleading. You will absolutely not be making $1000 per day with only 10 minutes of work like they tell you.… Not even close.
KDL Sniper Review
There are probably multiple sales funnels for the Kindle Sniper system, but the one that I came across greeted me with a video presentation claiming that I just received a once in a lifetime opportunity that could change my life forever. Immediately this sounded like one of your typical get-rich-quick schemes to me, kind of like Fast Income Generator and 60 Minute Profit Plan, but you can’t always judge a book by its cover so I proceeded with my little investigation.
In the video presentation they tell you that you could be making thousands of dollars as you are watching this video by using “one secret website” in selling one type of product.
If you made it through the entire video presentation then you know that the website that is being talked about here is Amazon.com and the type of product talked about are Amazon Kindle books.
Can You Really Make Money Selling Kindle Books?
You can definitely make money with Kindle books and it is true what the spokesperson tells you when he says that this niche is largely untapped. There is definitely a lot of potential when it comes to selling Kindle e-books and I know there are some people that make a killing doing this.
But then things start sounding a little bit too good to be true. The spokesperson says that you will not have to write a single word and that in just a few minutes you can become a brand-new author of a Kindle book that could potentially make you thousands of dollars…. Now things are starting to sound a little bit scammy.
As you can see from the screenshot above from the video, the guy literally tells you that this requires “little to no work”.
He then goes on to explain the concept of ghostwriting, which is when you pay someone else to write the content and you just slap your name on top of it as the author. So pretty much the writer does all the work and you get all the credit.
Ghostwriting is a real thing, but is it really this easy where it only requires a few minutes of work on your part to get someone to write a Kindle book for you that can make thousands? The answer is NO.
You Cannot Trust This “System” At All
Much of what you are told is either a lie or very misleading. I’ll give you some examples of this.
The testimonial videos that were displayed in the video presentation are completely fake.
Take this testimonial I took a screenshot of below for example. This woman claims to be a single mom with three kids that was once working as a nurse, struggling to get by. Then of course she tried out the system and now she is cranking again over $1000 per day. She claims it changed her life but unfortunately everything she is saying is not true. She is a paid actress that is available for hire on Fiverr, which is a freelance marketplace where you can hire actors to make testimonial videos like this in a number of other things.
There was also another testimonial video of a British guy claiming that this is the greatest system ever. Yet again this is completely fake.
Martin Price… Does This Guy Even Exist?
The creator of this Kindle Sniper system says that his name is Martin Price, but I am very hesitant to believe that this is true. Why? Well because I have reviewed many similar scams and the real people behind them often create fictitious characters to promote the scam under in order to keep their real identities hidden.
Sure, there are plenty of people with the name Martin Price out there, but this particular Martin Price who is said to have created the system is the one I don’t believe exists. There is no information I can find on him that would lead me to believe he is actually a real person.
He claims to be a high school dropout the became a single father at the age of 22, and after really struggling he stumbled upon some “secret forum” where he found out about this system. This sounds like your typical fairytale story that is often told with get-rich-quick schemes.
Another reason I do not believe this guy exists and that I think this is all fake is because he gets his numbers mixed up. Near the beginning of the video presentation he claims to have made “over $500,000 last year” with this website, which is Amazon as we now know. However, a little bit later in the video presentation he then tells you that he made $478,000 last year, which obviously is a very different number from over $500,000…
What Is This System Really?
From what I have found online this “system” is really not a system at all, which is why I kept putting the quotation marks around it. This is just what the guy calls it but it is very far from being such.
When you think of a system you think of something that is laid out for you and probably already has all the framework place, so that you just have to look into it or something like that… you do one thing then you do another thing and so on. You are led through the process with ease. But unfortunately that is not what you get here.
Instead, you end up getting a 71 page PDF document that is about creating your own e-book. As you can imagine you certainly will not be earning $1000 per day within 10 minutes of work, nor will you be earning anything within 10 minutes of work. It’s going to take you much more than 10 minutes just to get through this e-book and from what I hear it is vague and really does not contain all that much valuable information, so even after reading it you will kind of be left hanging.
So what do you think about this? Would you call an e-book like this a system? Probably not.
There also doesn’t seem to be anything on the ghostwriting concept, where you get someone else to do all the work, that was pretty much the basis of the BS video presentation.
Final Thoughts – Scam?
So obviously this system is indeed a scam. I guess this is somewhat of an opinion, because it depends on what your definition of a scam is, but in my opinion it definitely is on. It’s not like it is a complete scam I guess, because they do provide you with a product, which is the PDF document, but this is not what you would expect to get. And let’s not forget about the fake video testimonials in the insanely high income claims, which are absolutely false.
So if you think that misleading people into a “system” that they are more than likely going to be very disappointed with isn’t a scam, then I guess we disagree here.
But anyway… This obviously is not something that I’m going to recommend anyone buy into. If you still want to buy into this then go for it, but there are much better options out there. If you are really serious about being an author in making money with Kindle books there is plenty of free advice on YouTube or you could pay for quality courses on Udemy if you want to.
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