Product Name: Online Success Plan
Product Owner: “Jordan Daniels”
Advertised Price: $97
Price After Discounts: $77
What Is It?
The product behind the sales page is unclear at this time, but the sales page say enough. This is a make money from home scam!
I have seen this style of sales page repeated over and over again with different products. It’s clearly part of a syndicated move to promote the same stuff under different names. This way it's hard to find a real review of the product you are researching!
Similar products are promoted under the name
- home success kit
- online jobs today
- home job income
- earn at home club
The Backstory Behind Online Success Plan
Actually, understand where this product comes from is a little bit complicated. “Online Success Plan” is what it is currently called, but that’s not the website name. The domain name I found it under was called myaesuccess.com, but there are several other domain names used such as mosssuccess.com and mysuccessplanonline.com
Here’s where it gets tricky.
I wrote a review of MOS Success a while back because it was promoting some other scams. They are totally unrelated to Online Success Plan, but equally nefarious. The owner of that website was a guy named “Jordan Daniels”, and you can click that link above to see some insight into who this person is.
You can also get some insight into MOS Success, which seems to have also been marketed as Millionaire Operating System.
I didn’t see the connection until I tried to leave the Online Success Plan website and was given a note from “Jordan”. I’m assuming it’s the same Jordan from MOS Success and Millionaire Operating System.
Wow, how many millionaire money making systems do you need bro?
What I Liked
Honestly, I admire the tenacity of the fraudsters that promote this scam. Clearly it’s working for them and they have developed a business model which makes them money. Unfortunately, it rips people off for thousand of dollars.
Yeah, keep reading to see why the money doesn’t stop at $77. Buying this product could put you in debt for $10,000 or more!
What I Didn’t Like
First off, no one can guarantee that you can make money online. I actually teach people to make money online, but whenever someone asks if there are any guarantees, I have to tell them flat out, “No”.
How could anyone possibly guarantee that you will do the work required to earn money? What if I buy it and do no work…do I still get truckloads of cash into my bank account?
- Can your gym trainer guarantee that you lose weight, even if you snack on chocolate cake every night?
- Can your teacher guarantee an A+ on your homework if you watch TV all night instead?
Nope. Anyone that guarantees results is making an empty promise.
You may have seen the logos for MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, etc on the website. You also saw the video from Tory Johnson on ABC news talking about work from home opportunities.
The clever thing they have done here is the wording, not that it actually matters. The website is a fraud, so I don’t know why they don’t just go all the way.
Anyway, take a look at how it says, Work From Home Opportunities Have Been Featured On:
That’s true! The news has discussed what it’s like to work from home. The catch is, they have never talked about Jordan Daniels and Online Success Plan!
Association With Other Scams
Link Posting Scams
Please read some reviews of link posting scams that I’ve done before. You’ll notice a lot of similarities in their advertising style. They switch domains, switch names, change graphics, but keep the same style of fake news reports, phone number collection, and other false advertising tactics like “limited spots” and pretending to verify your information for qualification status.
Affiliate Marketing Scams
If you submitted your real phone number in the signup form, the big dollars start getting spent when you get phone calls the next day. They reserve the big ticket scams for phones because then you have no proof of what was said and it’s harder to get your money back or sue them. No records!
Many times these phone calls are sources of selling you upgraded packages, or private coaching courses. Sometimes they try to sell you a website, sometimes they try to sell traffic packages. Other times they say they will give you a private coach that will personally teach you until you are making $5000 or more online.
It’s all fake. Here is one example. Read the comments to see how much money people have lost over the phone from these call centers.
Network Marketing Scams
I already mentioned above that I caught previous attempts from MOS Success to promote a huge scam called the Full Money System. But after reading some comments on other reviews, I found that this new iteration may be associated with network marketing scams like Wealth Master International, which is essentially a recruiting scheme – a pyramid scheme disguised as legitimate selling with shill products.
On their how it works page, they even go so far as to say that their goal is to “create 500 enlightened millionaires”. Wow. Sign me up! Not.