Product Name: Google Cash Monster
Advertised Price: $9.95
Rating: Do not Buy
What Is It?
This is a pretty old product, teaching a secret system to make easy money. LOL. It's worth buying just based on the advertising claims alone.
Launched in 2011, this product is old news, but somehow it's still being promoted. Its unbelievable claims of making easy money through a Google hack are utterly ridiculous.
Usually I divide reviews into two sections of what I liked and what I didn't like. I didn't buy this one, so we'll just cover what's been said in the sales pitch.
There's a reason that people go to school – to make money. If making money was easy, everyone would have it. This is nothing but a lie that you don't have to have any skills to make money online. This is how people get roped into scams like post links to Facebook, or MLM – because it sounds easy.
That's not to say you can't learn those skills, but you are not going to be able to make money on the internet just based on your current skill set.
Just by looking at this list, it's very likely that these guys will just have you promoting links to sell Google Cash Monster. It's a common system that's promoted. Since all you have to do is promote this company or Clickbank products it sounds easy, but without proper training, your first business is going to fall flat on its face.
Another stereotype of online business is that somehow, making money is easier on the internet. When have you ever heard of fast money being legit? People get online, and suddenly a get-rich-quick scheme starts to see like the real deal!
It's not. This is just the same old tactic. Try to put yourself in a real life situation. If a stranger told you that you could hack into Bank of America and legally transfer 100k to your bank account would you believe them? Nope. So why would it be possible to hack Google and bring your site to the first page?
This is another marketing tactic that's harder to spot for newbies. To create a false sense of limited availability, and make you feel like this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, they use phrases like the ones below.
The fact is, this was a very heavily promoted product, available to ANYONE online. There were probably hundreds of thousands of emails sent out by internet marketers trying to get you to buy this. Sorry guys, 3 years later (now 2014), it still says that this is a limited opportunity.
The product name might be unique, but all of the sales tactics are the same. They prey upon your emotion to try to get you to make impulse buys. 90% of what's sold out there uses similar methods.