Product Name: $2k A Day System
Product Owner: Travis Stephenson
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $279-$358+
What Is It?
This is just another hosting scam, nothing to see here.
This is not a revolutionary system and it's not a “secret” that's being kept from you.
In fact, the only secret here is that this is a formula that's been used to scam many people out of their money for quite a few years now.
- The product is offered for free
- You pay for expensive hosting (CoolHandle is a common one)
- You get a cookie cutter website that sells ‘said product'
In other words, you are putting people into the same funnel that you just went through. They watch the same dumb video, and also have no idea what they are buying. They are conned into the same hosting company, and also given a website that brings more people into the funnel.
In fact, I think this type of scam has been around for a while (even before internet marketing).
Why You Should Avoid The 2K A Day System
I usually try to find a few points to “like” and “dislike” about a product, but it's a pretty one sided review in this case, so let's just take a look at what's really happening behind the scenes here.
How many times each week do you by something without knowing what it is? Imagine a world where you went to the grocery store and all the boxes/cans were not labeled.
On each can they would say, “Really Tasty Food”. This is basically the sales pitch for most internet marketing products today. They refuse to tell you what they are selling, except that it's guaranteed to make money.
In my experience (as a full time internet marketer), there is very little money to be made in loopholes or ‘tricks'. The real money is made in areas where the “system” doesn't mean jack. The quality of content is what counts.
I can tell you exactly how I make money online (and I do this in my email course), but that doesn't mean you'll make money. Making money happens when you implement these strategies over a period of time and tweak it to fit YOU.
This isn't a secret system. Many people know how to do it and you can learn the same stuff by searching in Google.
Trying Too Hard To Be Personal
Did you notice the images of people struggling to pay bills? And then the video of the guy sitting on his porch enjoying retirement?
This is a tacky attempt by Travis Stephenson to relate to you. His target audience is someone that is struggling with money and desperate for an answer.
The reason that many scam artists take this angle is because people without money problems can see through the BS that is presented. When someone enters the “desperation zone”, they'll believe anything because they NEED it to work.
They'll even believe that making $2k in the next 24 hours is possible.
In case you didn't pick up on this, the system is not free. Yes, you get a free website, but how do you plan to get traffic to that website?
Sometimes it takes months to naturally build traffic to a new website. Or, you can pay for traffic with ads. Even when you pay for traffic, not all of it converts to sales. There are many stories of people paying hundreds of dollars for traffic that was not interested in their offer, meaning the campaign was a loss.
Meanwhile, you are also paying for hosting.
So the $2k in a day system is far from free. In fact, with all the back-end upsells and other things that Stephenson is going to try to sell you, you could spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars in the next few months trying to get this thing to work.
Some Proof It's A Scam
I searched in Google to see what's up with this website. Aside from all the fake reviews telling you how much money they're making from it, I noticed a few things.
For some reason, the description in Google is saying that this website is No Website Millionaire. Luckily, I've already reviewed No Website Millionaire which has some ties to other major scam artists in the industry.
Funny story: That product also links to $5k in 15 days. Noticing a pattern here?
Well, it doesn't stop there. Apparently there's some relation to Simple Cash Code as well (see image above). The “cash code” series of products is brought to you by the infamous scammer Ronnie Montano, the most recent of products I reviewed was Secret Money System (link coming soon).
And that's just a peek into the dark world of internet marketing.
$2k in a day system is just another fly-by-night piece of junk that will be soon forgotten. But it will not be the last of it's kind.
If you are truly interested in learning how to earn money online, you need to stop looking for products, and start looking for TRAINING.
There's only one training center that's been around since 2005, and it's the only place you can get 1-on-1 support while you build a legit online business.