Product Name: Quick Earner’s Cloud
Product Owner: Ron Benwell
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $90 – $100’s (hosting cost)
What Is It?
This is another example of a hosting scam. We are told that there is a magic bullet system that can create instant wealth, and we get it for free.
All we need to do is pay for hosting to set up our free website.
I will pick on the details below, but the fact is that we don’t need to know what’s behind the curtain with Quick Earners Cloud.
Guru product launches are all very similar. They think of a clever name for their product, set up a JV page to recruit affiliates, and use any means necessary to buy something (doesn’t matter what).
They usually deliver as little as possible (so as not to be shut down as a complete fraud). Support is outsourced (if available at all), and there are usually follow up emails and other attempts to get you to pay for more stuff (“one time offers” and upsells”).
It’s a formula they follow, and YOU getting a decent product is not part of the equation.
Before You Buy
There’s no reason at all to believe the outrageous claims from Quick Earners Cloud.
Believing that there’s an entire team of people that will create a website for you for free and that it will start making $700 per day, every day, for the rest of your life is just plain wishful thinking.
It’s not going to happen.
A very typical guru tactic to get you to buy before you think is to say that this is a limit time offer. In this case, we are told that he is only accepting 20 people per day and this is the last day.
Well, this product launched in May 2014 and it’s now October. So why is the page still up?
If you don’t believe me, wait til tomorrow and look again. I would be my life that the page will still be there, and still tell you it’s the last day for the offer.
Actually, there’s nothing really grounded in reality about this product at all. The story is completely falsified, and the person presenting is not even the product creator.
We are told a rags-to-rich story to make us feel like this guy is just like us! He’s a normal type dude that was scammed just like me, so I should totally believe him. Don’t. From the affiliate recruitment page we can see a different story.
The product creator seems quite proud of how well his product is selling and that there are no refunds for Quick Earners Cloud!
I signed up a few times just to see what kind of “free website” would be generated. Here were my results:
I was surprised to see that they had nothing to do with each other. I can’t imagine what type of training would generate random domains for you without even asking if you are interested in the topic it gave you.
You might have also noticed that they are not using good domain extensions like .com, .org, or .net. These are all funky (in a bad way) hyphen-riddled domains with dumb extensions that don’t rank well in Google or even make sense.
Why would I buy a Canadian domain name (.ca) if I’m from the US?
This product is not even worth investigating further and certainly not worth your money.
Transparency was a huge issue with this product. Why on Earth would they expect you to pay hundreds of dollars for something you don't even understand?
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Have you been suckered into a hosting scam before? What's been your experience with these types of products?
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