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Product Name: Cash Machines 2.0
Product Owner: Aaron Ward AKA Tim Atkinson And Zak Meftah
Advertised Price $49
Other Costs: Domain + Hosting ($100-$250) + $997, $75
What Is It?
Websites that generate cash without any work.
OMG, Not this crap again
Before You Buy:
This is another product from these guys Tim and Zak. I just reviewed a different product from them a few days ago called Make Money with Meghan. The similarities are shocking. Same pitch about getting $100, same pitch about “free” websites. Same expensive hosting service, and same non-existent support staff.
Obviously Tim & Zak have developed a formula and just given it different names. In fact, while you're at it, here are more products associated with these types of scams that you should avoid.
What I Liked:
I'm so fed up with products like these, I can't even be bothered to think of something I like about it.
What I Didn't Like:
It's simply not possible to have “cash machines” or websites that generate profit without any work. Riddle me this folks: Where is the money coming from that's going into your bank account?
There are basically a few systems that get recycled in all these products. One is to drive traffic to website that collects email addresses. Sometimes this is your own website, sometimes it's someone else's website. Another is to choose products from Clickbank and promote them on small website. The other system is called CPA, which basically means you get paid each time someone clicks something or signs up for something.
I did not buy Cash Machines 2, but from the forums I read and the sales video, I'm pretty sure that you will just be choosing digital products from Clickbank and promoting them on a small website. Each of the 5 “machines” is a different website promoting a different product.
At this point a few smart guys will say, “Hey, you didn't try it! You can't review it!”. Yes, I can review it. I know a scam when I see one. Deal with it.
Really? Did you think a guy in his private island mansion was going to develop a $49 product to help you make money? Really? I don't mean to be condescending, but think for a moment, and you'll realize that this doesn't really seem right.
Please note that it is probably possible to make money using this system. You can make money in tons of different ways online. However, choosing an ethical, sustainable business model that you can actually define as your ‘career' or ‘business' is key. If you want to scam a few folks by selling ebooks about how to get women get paid every time someone downloads Candy Crush, go right ahead. It's not for me.
Also, his Tube Ranker is a bunch of crap. There is no secret to ranking a YouTube video, and no way to game the system. Video SEO is the only way to effectively and honestly rank a YouTube video. Something like “Tube Ranker” is just going to spam YouTube and get your account banned. We saw something like this with TubeLaunch.
Plus there is an upgrade for $997 software that basically build mobile apps that nobody wants. In the end, this is another useless product, and will soon be replaced by another useless junk system from Tim & Zak.
Who Is This Product For:
Someone that believes a millionaire in a private island mansion is going to sell his system for $49. LOL. Sorry guys.