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.
Copy and Paste Ads System Review
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.
How It Works
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.
3 Reasons Why These Systems Never Work Out Well
#1 - People don't just buy into them easily
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.
#2 - Marketing them isn't as easy as it seems
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.
#3 - They don't last
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.
Conclusion = Avoid
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 🙂