Product Name: Make Money with Meghan
Product Owner: Tim Atkinson And Zak Meftah
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $130 – $238
What Is It?
Make money with a secret system. Ugh! Again?
It's not free, the screenshots are fake, and Meghan is NOT the owner.
Before You Buy:
It's obvious that sex sells, and that's the strategy behind Make Money with Meghan. The voluptuous representative of the “Make Money with Meghan” is not actually the owner of the company – or at least she's not the one running the company. The screenshot below is from the affiliate page of Make Money With Meghan (that's for the people that promote the website).
Notice that the owners of the product are called Tim and Zak. These are Tim Atkinson And Zak Meftah, which are well known in the internet marketing community for pumping out low-quality “make money online” products, and have probably spammed your email inbox at some time.
What I Liked:
The actress was pretty hot, but that's about the only appeal of this product. (Don't judge me! LOL.)
What I Didn't Like:
Let's take a look at some of the other lies that you'll find in Make Money with Meghan.
She will give you $100?
Nope. I watched the whole video, and even entered my email address. I have not received any money, and this $100 was never mentioned again.
True, but you can only choose a site with “make money with Meghan” in the title, like makemoneywithmeghansystem.com or whatismakemoneywithmeghan.org. This means that you will likely be promoting their product. That seriously limits you as to what you can do with this site.
$1995 Value Website (1 Left)?
No way. These websites are worth $10 and you can get them at any regular registrar. The only reason a domain name (link) would cost you more than that is if it was a rare domain like cool.com or freebeer.com
Nope. You still need to sign up for their expensive hosting. Shared hosting is typically $6-$8 per month. They are charging $15, or you have to sign up for 24 months. That's not free in my book.
See the screenshot below to see how easy it is to fake a screenshot and use video to mislead viewers. They say that “proof” is required for a system to show it's legitimacy. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. How many businesses do you know that will show you their bank accounts to prove that their business works? NONE.
It should be obvious that there lots of misleading information, and some outright lies going on here. The last thing I want to say is this:
I understand that they say this is ‘easy', and ‘guaranteed', and have shown you ‘proof', but get those dollar signs out of your eyes for a moment. Does this product sound legit, or does it sound like a con? If you have watched the videos, read all the text, and have now finished reading my review, why is it that you still don't know exactly what you'll be doing to make money?
I have reviewed over 50 products similar to this one, and they all have this common trait. They do not tell you what you need to do to make money. In every single case, you are selling something from a limited pool of products, usually low-quality ones that require cold calling, spam email, or promotion to friends and family. Is this what you want to do be doing?
Update: I received this email from a customer that was unhappy with their product and asked me for support. That is right. They couldn't get support from Meghan, so they contacted me.
Who Is This Product For:
If you want to by a makemoneywithmeghan.com style domain and tell people they can make money online easily, this could be for you. If you would be embarrassed to tell friends and family that this is what you do for a living (or in your free time), then stay away.
As I mentioned above, the common thread among many of these low-quality products is that they tease you with pictures of money, fast cars, boats, and the rich-guy lifestyle. On top of that, their sales videos never actually tell you how to actually make money.
Leave a comment with any follow up questions. Thanks for taking the time to read my review.