Product Name: Emergency Cash Kit
Product Owner: Matt Berg AKA Chris Frevill + Desmond Ong
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $180-$360
What Is It?
This is another example of a hosting scam. The premise is that a millionaire want to give aways his money making system for free…all you need to do is pay for hosting!
This is a very standard scam product from Matt Berg and Chris Freville. We've seen products like this before.
Recently, the $2k A Day System was launched which also promotes Cool Handle hosting. Some time ago, Quick Commissions (also from Frevill) was launched doing the same thing…promoting CoolHandle with a million dollar secret system.
What's the system? It doesn't matter. If these dweebs can't even tell you what you are buying then it's not worth your money. Plus, considering the past of these guys, I wouldn't trust them to clean my toilets.
Before You Buy
The name of this product makes me genuinely sad. It's called Emergency Cash Kit, and I'm sure that more than a few people will buy it, thinking that they will earn some money to get themselves out of a dire situation.
And normally I try to refrain from personal attacks on people, but I found the JV page for Emergency Cash Kit to be particularly disgusting.
The image above is a list of products that Chris Frevill and desmond Ong have successfully promoted for other marketers. In these products we see many binary options scams like Only 34 and Automated Income App as well as other low quality products like eMobile Code and Tube Cash Code.
So, no you have to ask yourself…if these guys are making millions of bucks, why are they wasting their time promoting expensive hosting and million-dollar-mystery systems from OTHER people and under fake names?
The truth is that they are probably just some average guys with no moral compass. I seriously doubt they are millionaires, but that's just a guess. Their business is product launches, not teaching people to make money.
What I Liked
Not much to like here. Feel free to add something in the comments.
What I Didn't Like
For a newbie on a budget, there's no reason to buy hosting for $15 per month or commit to 3 years right off the bat. There's no clear evidence that CoolHandle is any better than any other hosting service.
But these guys, along with Cloud Pro Hosting are notorious for the shady way they collect customers. They are popular hosting platforms among gurus associated with Clicksure and JVZoo because pricy hosting = good commissions. Hosting scams are pretty common, even with other companies. Some give away a domain or have other incentives to sign up. That's not an issue for me. The issue for me is that gurus encourage people to make a 12 month commitment to something they don't really understand (and usually heavily imply that they'll make large sums of money like $1000 per day). Other companies include Google Cash Explosion and 76 Seconds.
Though the product itself can't be blamed for the lack of morals of their affiliates, they don't really seem to care that their product is being promoted in this manner.
Look at the first page of Google and you will only see fake reviews. Read one, and you'll find out nothing except that this is a ‘revolutionary' never-been-seen-before system that's totally free and will make you rich.
Or, you find reviews like this:
Which do not make sense at all. What the hell is this guy going on about? He seems to really like the back end of Emergency Cash Kit…LOL.
There are cheaper and easier ways to start an online business. Considering the shady marketing tactics of the two owners of this product, I wouldn't even give them the time of day.
How about FREE hosting and a $10 domain instead? People that care about YOU and helping you start your own online business are waiting inside Wealthy Affiliate.
You can actually try the community for 7 days for free so you completely understand what they teach and how they plan to help you make money. Plus, you get my personal 1-on-1 support for any questions you have.
Making money online is possible, but you don't have to buy into get-rich-quick scheme to do it.
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