Product Name: Auto Income Generator
Product Owner: William Fitzgerald
Advertised Price: $1
Real Price: $77
What Is It?
Unclear. Some reviewers say it's binary options. Some reviewers say it's building an email list and promoting products to it. Honestly, it doesn't really matter.
I didn't buy this product because the sales video was too disgusting. Know that what was being said in the video was completely false. There is no such thing as push-button software that will make you rich.
If a company is going to market itself that way with then they do not deserve your money.
Before You Buy
I really don't like to post reviews of products that I have not purchased but I felt that the advertising done for this products was terrible enough to warrant a flat out, “don't trust these fools” rating.
If you are a complete newbie and have never purchased an internet marketing product before, please read some of my other product reviews to see that this is nothing new. I see this stuff day in and day out, all claiming to have the magic pill for making money.
They all claim to have “secret software” that will create a push button millionaire. They all want to give it to you for free. And they all tell the same story after they get your credit card and email address.
Scammers like this do not usually make much money on the “front end” product. After all, it's only a $1 trial and many people will cancel. Even $77 isn't that bad of a price if the final product was actually good.
One of their methods of making real money is getting your email address.
Remember, by submitting your email in the registration form, you are giving them permission to send you promotional emails. I have an entire Gmail account dedicated to signing up for products like this and I receive hundreds of spammy offers each day.
Not only that, they can promote stuff from OTHER marketers to you. It's called a “solo ad”. Because it's illegal to sell your information to other marketers, instead, they invite the other marketers to send you emails. It's a technical loophole which allows these guys to charge a fee so other people can try to take your money too.
Back End Upsells
Another method that these guys will be making money from you is called an “up sell”. Once you purchase the product, you will not be given instant access. You will be asked to buy more stuff. Many times, they claim that the software works better or faster if you spend just a little more money.
Sometimes these offers are 2x – 10x more expensive than the original product. This is how they turn a $77 sale into a $500 sale.
If the guys can't even tell you where to properly get support, then I think you will have a hard time getting a refund or canceling the rebilling that will happen in 7 days. Notice in the image below that the link for support is missing.
After completing this review, something seemed really familiar to me. Then I realized that I had already reviewed this product before. It was previously promoted under the name Rapid Mass Profits from someone named Matthew Shields (fake names?). Unfortunately, I was disgusted by that product too and didn't buy it.
At this point, I realize it looks pretty poor to have reviewed the exact same product twice, negatively, and purchase it neither time. So I will say this: It's only my opinion that if a company cannot be up front about costs and product value, then it's not worth my money. It's also my personal opinion that it's going to be a waste of YOUR money.
If you would like to risk your $1, and possibly another $77, go right ahead. I would ask you to report back with your findings, but I just remembered that Mr. Fitzgerald asked us not to tell anyone about his software or someone in his family might get hurt. Hm, that doesn't really sound legit to me, but you go ahead.
If you search for Auto Income Generator Review in Google, you'll find a lot of positive reviews. Does even 1 of them tell the specifics of what's inside AIG? Probably not. These are called launch jackers, and all they do is put positive reviewers out to make commissions.
Check their other reviews and see how many revolutionary, guaranteed money making systems they also have on their site. If they actually made money with them, why would they need to continue to purchase more of them?
Missing The Secret Sauce
Aside from not being transparent, setting unrealistic expectations, and having a generally shady character about it, Auto Income Generator is missing something important. It's just another fly-by-night product aimed at generating “buzz”.
These products are not designed to help you. They are created as a mathematical formula: Product Buys – Product Refunds = Profit.