Mass Income Machines – Scam Exposed or $42,000 a Month Online?
Mass Income Machines is promoted as a super easy way to get ton of money online, but is it really? Is this system really the “secret” to your financial success? Or is this all a bunch of crap? Could it be that really Mass Income Machines is a scam you need to be avoiding?
It is kind of sad that we even have to ask ourselves these questions, but with all the online scams nowadays it is better to be safe than sorry. And unfortunately… This is just another big scam. Sure, it is possible to make some money with this system, but you certainly aren’t going to make it rich and this is definitely not something I would recommend getting involved with.
In this review I’ll be exposing this scam for what it really is. I’ll be going over the claims made, some red flags that hint to this being a scam, how this system supposedly works and more.
Mass Income Machines Review
The system is promoted as a way to “make up to $42,000 a month working from home” and is said to be a “secret” that is going to unlock the door to financial success.
You probably got suspicious of the system after coming across a video presentation either put on by “Jacob Allen” or “John Forbes”, who are the two spokespeople for this system. It probably sounded a bit too good to be true and you were suspicious that it indeed might be a scam, which I’m going to show you that it is.
But anyways… In the video presentation you are told that this system can drop money into your bank account 24/7 and that you will be able to. Right off the bat, it seems like another copy and paste scam like Secret Affiliate or Daily Cash Siphon… Which there are many of. These types of scams are very luring because they sound awesome, being so simple and all, but they pretty much never work.
#1 – Some “Secret” That Will Make You Rich
claims you will be making money from a “secret industry” that is worth over $12 billion each year – later mentions that he is talking about the information market
You are told that you will be making money from some “secret industry” that is worth over $12 billion a year. However, later he mentions that he is talking about the information market and you soon learn that this system is based around selling digital information products on ClickBank, which is definitely no secret.
#2 – “Jacob Allen” Is a Fake
Also, you should know that this “Jacob Allen” character is a fake. Everything about him is fake, including the picture that they show you off them in the video presentation…
I was not able to find the exact photo that was used, but I was able to find another one of the same exact guy, who is definitely not Jacob Allen. This is actually a stock photo that is available for purchase online… I was able to find this photo after doing a reverse Google image search of the original.
And if you look at the disclaimer at the bottom of the website, which I always suggest doing, you will find that “Jacob Allen” is actually a pen name, along with John Forbes.
#3 – You Can Start Earning Consistent Money Today
A major red flag is when the guy tells you that you can start earning consistent money today. I have been involved in online marketing since 2015 and this definitely sounds like a fairytale. In fact, I have never came across a system/program/method in which you can start earning consistent money in as little as one day, when it comes to making thousands of dollars per day that is.
Sure, you can make consistent money, or at least semi-consistent money taking online surveys and stuff like that, but that is pocket change.
#4 – He Needs People Like You To Make Money
The guy mentions that this system is so successful because it uses the power of groups to make even greater profits. He says that when others in the group make money, so do you. However, he never explains how this actually works and it is very confusing… Making not much sense at all.
I guess you’re just supposed to trust this made up fictitious character “Jacob Allen” and take him at his word, which I find very hard to do.
#5 – It’s a Re-make of an Old System
And possibly the biggest red flag of all is that this is just a re-make of an old system. It is an old system that has been re-branded and given a new name.
How do I know this? Well… Because I remembered the name “Jacob Allen” from a previous scam I had exposed. I decided to look up the name on my website year and found that this name was actually associated with Profit 24/7, which is basically the same thing with a different name.
So this brings up the question… Why the name change? And name changes are actually very common when it comes to online scams. Once a scam becomes too well known for being a scam, the people behind them like to rebrand them under different names and promote them as an entirely new system.
How This System Supposedly Works
In the video presentation he acts as if you just sign up for a ClickBank account, activate your money making system, “tap into the power of the group” and that is it. He does this during the video and then just leaves the system running for a couple of days. When he checks back he has all of a sudden made hundreds of dollars over the past few days… Just by letting the system run without him doing anything. He claims this is all due to the power of the group.
However, this doesn’t really make much sense at all.
What appears to be going on here is that you will be making affiliate sales through ClickBank, which is fine and all, but how does the system actually drive sales and? How do you drive traffic to the offers that you are going to be promoting? Without any traffic you will not make any sales and this is a big part of the “system” that is not addressed.
In fact, there are lots of important aspects that are not addressed and is just further reinforces my belief in this being a big old scam.
What You Get If You Buy In
While I have not actually purchased this system, I have a good idea of what is going on here because I reviewed its parent system, Profit 24/7, in the past.
Basically what you get is a bunch of training modules on how you can make money promoting the system to other people. You will get an exact copy of the system and training for promoting it.
I guess not everything they tell you is a lie, after all, Mass Income Machines is a product available on ClickBank. So yes, you will be making money via ClickBank but probably not as you imagine. You will just be promoting Mass Income Machines to other people and trying to sucker them into this scam.
I don’t know about you, but this is not a type of system I would want to get involved with. First off, you were lured in by misleading and extremely exaggerated claims that are completely false. Then, you will have to do the same thing to other people… Mislead them into buying into this system also that you can make a quick buck.
Now even if that does sound good to you, you should know that is still will not be easy. Just as you were suspicious of this being a scam, many of the people that you try promoting this to will feel the same. This will lead them to doing a little extra research and finding out that it is a scam, which means they will not buy in and you will not make any money.
Conclusion = Scam
Mass Income Machines is a definite scam. Sure, I guess you do get some training if you do buy into it… So maybe it is not a complete scam. But it definitely is a scam nonetheless. It is marketed in an extremely misleading fashion and filled with lies.
And while you may be able to make some money with it, by scamming other people into buying in, this is definitely not something I would recommend doing and is going to be much more difficult than it seems. There are much better ways to make money online, ways that are legitimate and that you can actually feel good about.
If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month working online. I will go over exactly what I do, how it all works, and the best way for beginners to get started. What I do I have actually found to be very well suited for beginners, so it is definitely something I would recommend regardless of experience.
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