Product Name: Click Clone Cash
Product Owner: “Josh Ownens” AKA Tim Atkinson
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $90/6 months
What Is It?
This is a hosting scam from Tim Atkinson, an notorious internet fraudster.
Hosting Scam is the term that’s generally used for products like Click Clone Cash. They pitch a million-dollar mystery system, tell you it’s free, then get you to buy non-refundable hosting for your website.
Sometimes they include training, sometimes not. It just depends on how brash the product owner is.
Regardless, there’s never any ‘revolutionary’ or instant-riches guide behind the curtain. It’s usually normal things that everyone knows or can find out for free; things like email marketing, local marketing, or niche marketing.
Before You Buy
The #1 thing you need to know about this product is that it’s from Tim Atkinson. Though the actor says his name is Josh Owens, he is an actor and even if you consider it a representation, the story behind Click Clone Cash is completely false as well.
Tim Atkinson has launched numerous similar products in the past including Cash Machines 2, Automated Income App, and Make Money with Meghan. Those are just a few, and there are many more that are no longer available or I just haven’t had time to review.
Mentioning this guy’s name alone should be enough to not recommend this to you.
Digging Into Click Clone Cash
It’s an entertaining story about a father that’s going to lose his son to leukemia. A billionaire (played by our man “Josh Owens) steps in to teaches the father to make thousands of dollars in just one night, saving the boy.
The catch was that all this code to create money online was contained within a mystical plug-n-play USB drive.
Sound like total BS? It was. But people bought into it, and were scammed, just like with Click Clone Cash.
Cloud Pro Hosting
There are hundreds of hosting services that are cheaper and better than Cloud Pro Hosting.
Hostgator for example, has 24/7 live support and only costs about $7 per month, with monthly billing available. Apparently, Cloud Pro is too busy to answer their support tickets!
There’s absolutely no reason to DOUBLE for CPH when you could be paying half of that for a legitimate service with a good track record.
The reason that this service is so popular (as well as Cool Handle) among affiliate and scam artists that create get-rich-quick schemes is that they pay high commissions, and seem to have no moral guidelines for affiliates.
The same goes for Clicksure, which produces nothing but junk similar to Click Clone Cash.
Sometimes I cover this stuff in depth, but in case you didn't know
- the reviews are fake (paid for actors)
- images of cars/places/vacations are used to manipulate you
- false scarcity is used (no limitations on number of signups)
- no support for this product is a major issue
UPDATE: I received a comment from someone looking into CCC and it sounds like now they have something to do with binary options as well. You can see a list of binary options scams here.
Association with cons, a history of BS, and connection to low-quality services are three big reasons to steer clear of CCC.
Now that you are clear on what you SHOULDN’T invest your time and money in, what should you do?
- Instead of a mystery system, be clear on what you are buying.
- Instead of a terrible track record, how about a legitimate training center that’s been trusted for many years?
- Instead of buying hype and hoping for results, embrace the hard work needed to create a profitable business.
This what you can expect from the internet’s #1 online marketing training center. Get help starting your first online business from honest, legitimate marketers that want to see you succeed.
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