Table of Contents
- What Is It?
- Short Review
- Before You Buy
- Typical Tricks
- Some Proof It's a Scam
- Final Review
Product Name: 7 Minute Money
Product Owner: “Brad Jackson”
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price $29.95/month
What Is It?
This is a mystery product that is supposed to teach you a loophole that will make you thousands of dollars per day. Please don't buy into the hype, this is a scam
If a product can't even tell you what you are buying until you pay money, then it's a scam. I have spent a significant amount of time reviewing products like this, and though I did not purchase 7 Minute Money, I am confident that it's not worth your time or money.
Before You Buy
I keep a special email inbox just for spam. This was I can keep up on the latest scams. 7 Minute Money has been promoted by at least 3 “gurus” in the last week, so it seem to be the hottest pile of junk out there.
Within the first few minutes of the sales video, we are told that this system is automated, easy, requires no skill, can be done in minutes per day, and is a complete secret until now. You don't need a website, you don't need a product, and you don't need any experience.
Sounds awesome, right?
But if any bum off the street came up to you and told you the same thing, would you believe him?
If this is your first time looking into a “make money” product, you might be surprised by the amount of money this guy has produced, and didn't think twice about the screenshot proof he provided.
The truth is that you can create fake screenshots with Photoshop just as easily as I can pull numbers out of a hat.
Hey guys, I made $4,367.45 today! Don't believe me? Why should you believe this guy? This is a typical marketing trick to make the earnings more believable than if he just said “I earned $10,000 last month”. I see this all the time in scam products like this.
Some Proof It's a Scam
Let's look at some of the lies that are apparent before we even buy the product.
1. He says it's free.
No, it's not free. It's $29.95 per month.
2. He says he did it without a website.
Why do we need to purchase hosting and a domain if we don't need a website? (Hosting is where your website's files are stored)
3. He says we don't need a product
If there is no product, what will you be selling? Who will be giving you money? Sorry, but money doesn't grow on trees, so it has to come from someone else's pocket. Who is going to give you money for doing absolutely nothing?
4. He says there's only 40 spots available
That's what he told me. What did he tell you? 40? What are the chances that between April 4 2014 and now (when you are reading this review) that exactly ZERO spots have been taken?
Many times, scams like this just want your email address. What they do (and don't tell you), is that when you submit your email address.
They will then send many offers to your email inbox. By mass-spamming your and many other inboxes, they are able to trick a few people into buying something. That's how these scams work a lot of the time. They can't trick everyone all the time, but they can trick some people, some of the time. As long as they trick enough people to make a profit, they can continue to do business.
This product is just a sorry attempt at making a few dollars by creating a cheap video and tricking a few newbies into buying something that's complete rubbish. There's no reason at all to believe that “Brad” has a secret system, and he has not give me enough confidence to recommend his product to anyone.