Product Name: Commission Blockbuster
Product Owner: Craig K + Jack Anderson?
Advertised Price: $49
What Is It?
This is just another example of long-form story telling, misleading marketing, and the work of a scam artist. I did not purchase this product because I have seen other similar products which I will list below.
Extremely long videos telling stories of underground societies and a magic flash drive that contains secret software seem to be in vogue this year. Do not believe any word of what they tell you.
Before You Buy:
First, Jack Anderson, the presenter of the video is a made-up personality. The real creator of the product is known as Craig K, and he is an internet marketing “guru”. If you don't know, the word “guru” in this case means that he's a scammer. Guys like this come out with a few products every year, and rarely produce anything of value.
If you sat though the whole story, then you are probably already very suspicious as to whether it was actually true or not. I can tell you with 100% confidence that it is NOT.
If you did not finish the whole thing, the idea is that Jack Anderson goes out for a night on the town and randomly meets some uber rich guys. They tell him about a secret place called “The Network”, where you can become a millionaire over night.
After connecting to The Network, Jack makes tons of cash with just 5 clicks. It's easy, it's automated, it's fast, and it turn him from being a normal guy into an internet billionaire. Now he's nice enough to let us in on the secret. (that's satire, guys).
Puff The Magic Flash Drive
I have seen stories with magic flash drives before and purchased the products. Both times were ridiculously way off base, and had nothing to do with super-secret software. Read the reviews below.
This is a very good indicator that this product is in fact just another scam. Normally I purchase the products just to be able to tell you guys what's inside and prove how lame it is, but I didn't want to waste my $49 on this one.
What I Liked
It was a good story, and “Jack Anderson” has a nice voice.
What I Didn't Like
Um…it was a scam? It's so sad that people are allowed to produce and distribute this type of stuff. What's worse, is that it's not a one-man-job. There many people that work on these products and the creation of their advertising, plus there are hundreds of affiliates that promote it, hoping to make a commission for each sale.
Just look at the first page of Google. Read some of the reviews of Commission Blockbuster. See if ANY of them actually show you inside the product and tell you what you will be doing to make money. I found just ONE, on the 3rd or 4th page of Google search results hinting that you would be doing some kind of affiliate marketing. And out of 5 pages of results, only 3 called out Commission Blockbuster for the scam it is.
The rest simply repeat what they heard in the video, that it's a revolutionary software, it's never been exposed before, and all that junk.
Here's one guy that actually purchased the software, and the type of response he got from their support team.
Let's bring it down back to Earth for a moment. Making money online isn't hard, but you need someone to show you what to do. Once you get the basics down, it's pretty easy to find lots of friends and communities of people that are doing the same thing as you. In fact, most of what I learn these days is for free, and just by chatting with my circle of friends that are also making money on the internet.
But those first steps are difficult. Finding someone to mentor a total newbie is pretty hard to be honest. So, I have some suggestions for you.
1. Join my 5 day emails course. It's free, and it explains how I make money on the internet.
2. Take a look at the community where I learned how to make money. They teach you to build websites and promote stuff on them. You know how I said that finding a mentor was hard? Why not look to your peers for help. This is a community of newbies and experts working together.
There's a lot happening in the community, so be sure to read the review to get an idea of what they offer, and what you'll be doing to make money with their training.
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