Product Name: Get Auto Commissions
Advertised Price: $49
Discount Price $9
What Is It?
Use software to automatically create YouTube videos from MP3 music song lyrics. Then upload these videos to YouTube and put an affiliate link in the description.
Using affiliate links is unrelated YouTube videos can get your account banned. Uploading music files you don't have the rights to can get you slapped with a DMCA notice. Promoting “make money” products from Clickbank or Clicksure is spam that everyone hates.
Before You Buy:
It's a sad world we live in when someone can produce the crap that you see in the sales video. These shameless people, whether they are the real product owners or paid actors have gone to new levels of internet fraud, with their lamborghini-mansion ultra-hyped sales video.
You will certainly NOT be making that amount of money from this product. Maybe you can squeeze a few dollars out of this spam producing software, but the random sales you make from tricking people on YouTube into buying “make money software” wil not set you on the path of financial freedom.
If you didn't know, there are usually fake “one time” discounts offered if you try to click away. You can actually buy this product for $9. Isn't it amazing that a multi-millionaire would sell his/her secrets for under $10? (sarcasm)
Once you actually purchase Get Auto Commissions, you are led to the “back end”, where the real money is made. Yes, they can sell you this lame-duck product for so cheap because the truth behind these scams is this: Most of the money is made in follow up emails and upsells after the initial purchase.
For GAC, there were a total of SEVEN (or eight? I lost track) attempts to get you to buy more stuff.
What I liked:
The idea is actually pretty unique. I've seen other YouTube spam products (here's another one), but this is the first one that specifically targets music. I do not recommend you actually do it, because it's very likely that your YouTube account will be banned, but good try guys.
What I didn't Like:
Ugh. The hyped sales page was disgusting.
Once inside, you'll notice that the person doing the video tutorials is NEITHER Dave NOR Diana Daniels. Hm. It sounds like maybe Dave and Diana are paid actors (guess).
There are only 4 things to do. Sure, that sounds easy, but really? Their whole system is creating affiliate accounts and uploading YouTube videos? That's their million dollar secret? That's what the “gurus” haven't told us common-folk? Laughable.
Remember: Creating YouTube videos with misleading descriptions or deceptive “get rich products” will get your video flagged and removed. Multiple removals will result in your account, or even your IP getting banned. If you don't know what Clickbank and Clicksure are, they are digital information marketplaces, where you can buy and sell information products. The large majority of these products are similar to Get Auto Commissions, AKA make money schemes.
I have so much dislike for this product, it's odd that I don't have much to say here. There's not much else to say, except is a scam. It's unfortunate that there's no one to blame. Dave + Diana are fictional characters, and good luck finding out anything about b-level actors. The product owners is hidden behind the internet. And I'm not savvy or motivated enough to investigate further.
No doubt that this product will fade into obscurity, and a new one will be launched down the road, only to start the whole process over again.
Save your $9. Don't spam YouTube.
Even though Dave and Diana would like you to think that there is a magic money making system out there that can generate cash easily, with no skills necessary, and turn your boring life into an amazing millionaire's dream….there isn't.
It just doesn't exist.
These types of products are successful at conning folks because they push your emotional buttons. The feature retirees, disabled people, and poor people, to try to relate to the “average Joe/Jane”. They repeat slogans like “no previous experience required”, and “you don't need a website, and “make money in your sleep” to make your heart race, and your brain stop working.
We all know that if they really were that rich, they wouldn't spend their time creating a $9 piece of software to teach us how to repeat their success.
We all know that if it sounds too good to be true, then it is.
Making money online is possible, but you need to be willing to commit some time and money (OMG money!) to learn how to do it.
But before you do, why don't you connect with some people that are trying to do the same thing as you? Read a review of the online community where everyone is trying to build honest online businesses, selling real products and services. I'm a paying member, and can help you get started.
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