Product Name: A to Z Cash System
Product Owner: Sophie Vaghn
Price: $4.95 trial ($77 afterwards then $57/month)
Upsells: $37, $47, $49
What is it?
A training program for affiliate marketing promoted as a quick and easy way to earn money online.
The marketing for A to Z Cash System annoyed me, and it is worth noting that the product really isn’t what it is promoted as. A to Z Cash System is essentially training for affiliate marketing, and the training itself is poor quality. Even though it seems to have a low price, the $4.95 is a trial fee, and the actual product costs $57 per month.
Even though you can earn money through affiliate marketing, the training in A to Z Cash System is poor quality and will confuse many people instead of helping them. I recommend using better quality and dedicated affiliate marketing training rather than A to Z Cash System, which simply tries to manipulate users into spending money.
Before You Buy
If you plan on purchasing the product, pay close attention to the fine print, because the trial price is only for three days, after which you are automatically billed. Judging by the complaints online, this is an issue that has caught many people unawares. Some complaints for the product have also noted that it was very difficult to get a refund, and the fact that some of the links to support on the website are dead suggests that getting the money back will be difficult.
As is common for most products like this, there are a number of upsells to go through to after you purchase the product. Personally, I don’t think they add value, particularly as the initial product you pay for isn’t actually that good. One of the upsells is for Mobile Money Code, which is also a scammy product.
What I Liked
I liked the fact that the product does promote a legitimate way of making money online (affiliate marketing) and that it does provide some degree of training.
What I Didn’t Like
One of the appealing aspects of the A to Z Cash System is that it is relatively inexpensive. For people who have got ripped off in the past, being able to purchase a product at low cost is certainly encouraging. However, the cost of A to Z Cash System isn’t actually as low as it looks.
The first thing, of course, is that there are upsells to the product. Personally, I think upsells are an indication that a product is scammy, because most products imply that they are amazing and life changing – at least until you actually purchase the product. I find upsells particularly irritating because they have more of the same promotion rhetoric and try to convince people to spend more money. The thing is – at that point in time you still have no idea whether the product you already paid for is any good.
The other hidden cost with A to Z Cash System is that the $4.97 is actually a trial fee. This means that you get to try the product for three days, and then you have to pay the full price for the product to keep using it.
It’s also worth noting that the fee for A to Z Cash System isn’t a one-time fee. Instead, the product costs $57 per month – which is kind of pricy.
Can’t Make Up Its Mind
Seriously, A to Z Cash System is very inconsistent about what it actually offers. For example, one part of the promotions page claims that you get a seven day trial for the product. However, the information on the purchase page says that the trial is three days.
Likewise, there is a big list of ways you can pay, but when you actually get to the payment page, the only options are Visa and MasterCard. This might not seem like much of a big deal, but not offering PayPal is concerning, because users have more security with PayPal, as the company is better at ensuring you get a refund.
Fake, Fake, Fake
A lot of the sales page is filled with fake information all designed to convince users that the system is legitimate. As I have mentioned many times before, the ClickBank sales reports of income do not mean anything at all, and they are actually very easy to fake.
Aside from that, the company uses a fake timer on their sales page, which counts down from five minutes to zero for a ‘discount’ on the product. The thing is, nothing actually happens when the timer reaches zero, and you still get the discount regardless.
Even the endorsements for the product are fake. For example, here is one of the five main endorsements on the page for A to Z Cash System:
However, here is an endorsement for a different product entirely known as 3 Clicks 2 Cash:
As you can see, they are pretty much identical. The same endorsement was also used on a product called 6,000 a Month and all three of these sites actually had multiple endorsements that were almost identical. This should be a major red flag and it is certainly an indication that the product isn’t what it seems.
It’s also worth noting that the site uses an email address for support that is from an inactive domain. This is a strange choice and doesn’t make me trust the company at all. Additionally, the other link that the company provides for support doesn’t even work – which suggests that you won’t really get much support at all.
I sent an email to the support address in the above image and got an error message about half an hour later. Needless to say, this is a very big indication that the company should not be trusted at all.
The Product Itself
A to Z Cash System isn’t really a system at all. Instead, it is training for earning money through affiliate marketing. There are a lot of products out there that provide training for affiliate marketing, and honestly, this isn’t a particularly good one.
What the product basically offers is five courses, each containing a number of videos. The training in the videos is pretty simplistic and they are not interesting at all to watch. The fact that everything is in video format is also frustrating and makes it very difficult to for users to learn – particularly as there are no summaries or step-by-step instructions.
The training in A to Z Cash System is outdated and vague, making the instructions difficult to follow, particularly for people who aren’t familiar with the field. Personally, I didn’t find the training interesting at all, and I have read much better training for a lower price.
Because the training appears to be updated rarely, it is likely that many of the approaches being taught are out of date, or will be in the future. If you are wanting training for affiliate marketing, it is really important to find a company that actually keeps its training up to date.
It’s also worth noting that the advertisement for the product promotes it as being an easy way to earn money with little work, but this really isn’t the case. Affiliate marketing is work and it does take time (in fact, this is true of pretty much any way of actually earning money online).
In addition to the training, there is also some PLR that is available with the product. PLR tends to require much more work than it is actually worth and you simply end up with low quality products that everyone who purchased A to Z Cash System also has.
Who Is This Product For?
This product is only really useful for people who are new to affiliate marketing and are prepared to put in the time to learn the processes involved. Honestly though, there are better training programs out there.
Affiliate marketing is a legitimate way to make money and learning how to succeed at affiliate marketing can be desirable and beneficial. I would personally recommend picking a training site that is honest about what it offers, and doesn’t constantly try and sell you more and more things.
My personal favorite training site, and the one I recommend for learning affiliate marketing is Wealthy Affiliate. I think the site does an amazing job in training people to succeed at affiliate marketing and the promotion for the product is not misleading at all. There are many things I like about them, but the best thing would probably be the large amount of up-to-date training, along with the community participation.
The benefit to YOU specifically is that I'm still an active member and have been through the training many times. I help out everyone who's getting started, even complete newbies.
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