(1 Review, for 3 Terrible Products)
- Partner with Paul
- Partner with Anthony
- Partner with Tom
Partner with Paul
What is it?
It's hard to tell. Right now the domain just redirects to eMobile Code, which is a complete scam. There are also other links to sites that I think are a waste of time.
This is just another example of an old website that a few struggling marketers are still promoting because they don't know any better. The redirect to the new product is just a catch-all so “Paul” can still make a few bucks off of the people that accidentally stumble upon this pile of junk.
What I Found
At one point I was able to view the sales page, but that seems gone now. Now it's just the redirect, which shows a total lack of care. This may change at any point in time to whatever hot product is being pushed by the gurus.
After searching in Google I didn't find much expect for this page, which recommend a few things I reviewed recently: Inbox Dollars, Send Earnings, and Project Payday. The idea behind these products is that you sign up for trial offers, collect points within the system, then trade them for money.
Needless to say, it's not as easy as it sounds, and YES, you need a valid credit card to sign up for all those offers! This type of system is heavily promoted under different names.
He also has a page which directs you to Partner with Anthony. Um, wait, who's running the show again?
This guy isn't even trying any more.
Partner With Tom
What Is It?
As far as I can tell, it's a website that teaches you how to promote…Partner with Paul! I didn't actually get the website, but from what I saw in the members area there's no indication of what you'll be selling to actually make money.
Basically, build a website, then drive traffic to it with classified ads, social media, and PPC (paid) ads.
The methods of driving traffic to the site are legit, but the training is low-quality. They are not accepting new members at this time, and have a string of negative reviews about not getting refunds and being similar to a pyramid scheme.
What I Found
First off, you can find most of the training for free by searching in Google. I can't figure out why guys that run internet businesses can't even figure out how to lock up their website.
Because they locked the members area, I searched around for some trusted review sites – not the typical “Buy this now because it's revolutionary and will change your life forever!”
So it looks like this is a typical hyped product, with huge income claims, and probably produces a lot of disappointed customers.
It also sounds pretty misleading. We see lots of products that do this: “I will give you this system for free, all you have to do is give me some money first.” LOL. Sometimes it's a registration fee, sometimes it's a maintenance fee, this time it's the cost of a website. Totally dumb.
Lastly, I guess this guy doesn't honor his refund policy. It's always hard to tell if these are ranting customers that are mad because they didn't get a refund in less than 24 hours, or if they are legitimate complaints. Some customers are just crazy – the one complaint I personally saw sounded like a bit of a crazy, but apparently there are more out there.
Partner With Anthony
What is it?
It's just another Anthony Morrison scam. This guy is a notorious fellow on the internet. I've already done a full review on this one, and you can read it here.
Based on everything above, I would never buy a product called “Partner with [Common Male Name]”. These products are designed to sound friendly and accessible by common people. It's like calling your store “Bob's Auto Shop”, or “Jenny's Cafe”. It sounds like they are the real owner, and you will get some personal, small-town treatment.
Unfortunately, with the anonymity of the internet, this is not what you get. These are probably made up names, and it will be impossible to find these people or actually have them be accountable for the thousands of dollars they scam from people every year.
They are below the radar of places like the FTC that are dealing with billion dollar scam artists, and if one name or business gets tarnished by regular guys doing honest reviews, they just pick a new name, start a new business, and newbies are none-the-wiser.
Would you like to start a partnership with me? LOL. Just kidding.
Which product do you think is the worst out of these three?
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes