Product Name: Online Paycheck Formula
Product Owner: “Peter Parker” AKA Jani G
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $49
What Is It?
This is an extremely misleading product that lies to you on many fronts.
I was unable to access the product and I’m still waiting on customer service to send me my login details.
Before You Buy
First off, you should know that Peter Parker is not a real person. The true owner of this product is called Jani G, or Jani Ghaffor. The first thing that tipped me off was when I searched for reviews he was listed as the owner.
I double checked, and saw several videos from previous product launches of Jani G. Yup, same voice, same pronunciation of words.
You can see that he’s had a number of product launches in the past, and has developed a reputation as a b-level guru (not quite ultra millionaire, but still well known)
My question to you is, if his so-called 6-figure formulas were working, why is he still launching products?
It’s the same story we see over and over again. The focus of products like Online Paycheck Formula is not to develop a new or amazing strategy to help you make money. The idea is to create hype around a mystery system and encourage affiliates to sell as much as possible.
After watching the entire introduction video for Online Paycheck Formula, did you know what you were buying?
Gurus like Jani G thrive on mystery and unattainable promises. They want you to believe that making $60k in 1 week is possible and they’ll give you the keys to the system for free…all you have to do is pay a small admin fee.
Don’t buy into it.
Review from Previous Jani G Launch
(watch out for r-rated language)
What I Liked
Nothing to like so far. Just a guru pseudonym trying to sell me junk and won’t even give me the login details.
What I Didn’t Like
Free Not Free
The biggest joke of systems like Online Paycheck Formula is when they tell you that the system is completely free, but you need to pay some kind of “maintenance fee”, or in this case, and “admin fee”.
This is the first level of deception to get you in the door.
Ghaffor takes it to a new level in his upsells. After you buy, you are immediately taken to a video where he says that he doesn’t want your money and he’s not a typical guru that’s going to give you an upsell.
Then he turns around and tries to sell you something for $297, then then a downsell when you refuse it.
Immediately after that, we are subjected to another sales page, where we are told that there are “money corners” where it’s easy to make money online. All we have to do is get a free website to make use of this.
Of course, there’s expensive hosting involved, and there have been a series of hosting scams originating from Clicksure and ClickBetter lately. Coolhandle has been banking on these scam artists getting folks into their service by any means necessary.
The Product: Online Paycheck Formula
Unfortunately, after spending 20 minutes or so trying to navigate my way to the members area, I was asked for login info to get there. It should have been in my email inbox, but it wasn’t. I also created an account at one point, but those login details didn’t work either.
You can see that there’s no password reset either. Looks like I’ll have to wait to actually log into the system
I will update this review when I get access to everything, but from what I’ve seen so far, there’s no way I can recommend this to you.
More than 2 weekdays have passed, and still no response to my support ticket for login credentials. With terrible support like this, and a possibility of no access to the product, there's no reason to buy OPF.
Snaky marketing tactics are a good enough reason for me to not recommend something. I truly believe that if a person is going to launch a product like this, transparency is part of the formula. However Jani G AKA Peter Parker does his best to keep you in the dark about what you are buying.
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