Product Name: No Website Millionaire
Product Owner: Travis Scott
What Is It?
This is the same old scam we've seen a thousand times before. There's no need to see what's inside, because for $50, there are plenty of other legit products to buy.
Fake reviews, fake product owner, and fake income screenshots. I didn't buy this product, but I can predict how they want you to make money without a website. Regardless of what they actually sell, all evidence points to DO NOT BUY.
Before You Buy
They incredible claims of how much money you can make should be the first red flag. The fact that he tells you the product is free but you need to pay a $49 retainer fee should be the second red flag. The thing that should finally stop you from purchasing is that you have no idea what you are actually buying.
Would you pay $50 for an unlabeled box that a stranger gave you? Probably not. Would you believe him if he said the contents would make you a millionaire? Definitely not!
What I Liked
I like that this product was so obviously a scam that I don't have to buy it to prove it! I waste so much money on these things…
What I Didn't Like
Some folks don't mind using actors as a way to “represent” their successful customers, but the fact is, most of you probably thought these were genuine people that actually made money. In fact, it costs only $5 for someone to make a video saying, “this product is awesome”.
This is almost standard in this industry, since most of the time, no one really makes money from these types of fly-by-night products. After reviewing hundreds of products, I even recognize some of the people, as they are used over and over again.
The fact that we don't need a website should raise some eyebrows. It's unclear what we would actually be doing inside No Website Millionaire, but it's most likely that you will be posting links somewhere. Posting links to YouTube and Facebook is most common, although sometimes they will give you a web page where to send visitors.
Posting advertising links to YouTube is against the community guidelines, and posting your unwanted solicitations will alienate your Facebook buddies. It's as simple as that.
A website is one of the main cornerstones of online business. The content that you put on your website gives people a reason to actually go there, and helps them make smart buying decisions. Remember, there's a real person on the end of every transaction you make. If you sell bad products, you will make unhappy customers.
Continuing with that thought, what the heck will you be selling? Remember, to make money, someone has to spend money. So who are you going to be selling stuff to and what will you be selling?
Most likely No Website Millionaire will have you promote digital information products from Clickbank, JV Zoo, or other product hubs. The vast majority of these products are “how to make money” products.
So, at the end of the day, you'll be promoting the same scammy offers that No Website Millionaire has proven to be. Are you comfortable scamming innocent people out of money so you can make a buck?
Association with Scammers
If you click away enough after the back end upsells (more products sold to you after you buy, costing $100's more), you eventually come to the page shown below. I've reviewed this product called $5k in 15 days, another scam product from another fake owner. These may be from the same creator, or just cross promoted.
Then, if you go to the JV page (the page where they hire affiliates to sell the product for them), you'll see a big picture of all the top sellers of this product. It's very likely that you heard about NWM from one of these guys, using his real name, or maybe a fake name. I've circled the guys that have products I've reviewed on One More Cup of Coffee. You can scroll to the bottom and search their name to see what kind of rubbish they are producing.
These are not small time hucksters, these are big players in the online scam industry!
Stay far away from this product, and if you already bought it, get yourself a refund. There's no reason to give these people your money.
I hate reviewing products like this because for every person I'm able to show the truth behind the curtain, there are five that actually bought into it.
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