Product Name: 6 Figure Tool Kit
Product Owner: Justin James
Advertised Price: $47
Discount Price: $9
What Is It?
Get a pre-made squeeze page and sales funnel that sells copies of 6 figure tool kit.
There is nothing unique about this program. It has been done a million times before. You make money by selling copies of the thing you just bought. It's not worth your time or money.
Before You Buy:
This product does the same thing that most products I review do. They tell a sob story about how they used to be poor, work in a mundane job, and some random event changed their lives. They then tell you about how happy they are, and show a bunch of fake testimonials from poor actors. Please do not believe this stuff. Cool your jets and thing, what was that saying we have about something being too good to be true?
What I liked:
Justin James lists a number of programs that you don't have to do in order to use his system. Many of these are scams, like MLM, cash gifting, gambling, surveys, binary options, or Forex trading. I do not recommend any of these things either. Though, I think his system is very similar to a pyramid scheme or MLM. You purchase the product.
Then you sell the product. The people who purchase a product from you, then sell the product to other people. If enough people buy, eventually there are more sellers than buyers, and the business fails. Creating a list is a great way to make long term income from repeat customers. The idea is fine, but see below for details about how he does this wrong.
What I didn't Like:
Of course I hate hype, like earning 6 figure income in a short amount of time. I believe he said something like 20 days. He also says that you only need to spend 15-40 minutes per day, which is ridiculous. Yes, you can run a business this way, but you need experience to know how to save time, outsource, and delegate tasks. I guarantee you will be working more than is suggested in the introduction video, regardless of the product you choose to buy.
Justin also talks about domains and hosting like they are horrible things. OWNING your own business is not a bad thing. What if you spend 100 hours promoting 6 Figure Tool Kit, and the business goes bankrupt, or they lock you out because your accidentally broke their terms of service?
Unfortunately, there goes your business! If you own your own domain, you can do anything you want – it's your virtual real estate. It only costs about $5 per month to host a simple website, and $10 per year . I'm not trying to get you to buy a domain and hosting, but please understand that if you are serious about creating an online business (and not turning a quick dollar), then a domain and hosting is a MUST. He also talks about writing, SEO, and blogging as if they are scams.
Who do you think is buying the stuff you sell? Robots? Idiots? Remember that you are selling to REAL people. You need to provide them with information so they can make informed buying choices. If you just spam their inbox with offers of get-rich-quick schemes, they will not be happy with their purchase. Sure, maybe you can trick a few people into buying into this program, but the majority will hit the spam button as fast as you can say, “Make money online quickly and easily”.
Association With Other Scammers
If you have not heard of Anthony Morrison, he is a notorious scammer in the world of online business. He has numerous low-quality products and has been taking people's money for years. Usually I don't call out people personally, but this guy is a shocking example of how “gurus” have given internet marketing a bad name. If you click away from the sales pages long enough, eventually you are thrown onto this screen For an idea of the kind of products this guy promotes, read a review of Traffic With Anthony
Sorry to disappoint again, but this is just another scam. Not only would you be buying a low-quality product, but you would then turn around and be selling that same low quality product to other people.
Products like 6 Figure Tool Kit are a dime a dozen. Really. There are tons of them out there, and they all follow the same system. I know Justin James tries to tell you that buying a domain and hosting isn't worth your time, but I believe it is.
I believe building an online business with a rock-solid foundation in providing useful information, promoting high quality products, and helping the people that land on a website YOU own is the way to go. Want to learn how to do this? Take my free course to learn how the process works.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes