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. Total.And.Utter.BS.
Hosting scams are very common. They try to sell you a mystery system or “loop hole”, but don’t tell you how it works. All you need to do to get access to buy a hosting package. What kind of website is delivered varies, but it never works as promised. The truth is, if you want to make money online, there’s no such thing as “the easy way”
the product and I’m still waiting on customer service to send me my login details. But there are many things you can figure out about a program by doing a bit of research.
“Hosting Scam” is the term that’s generally used for products like Click Clone Cash. They pitch a million-dollar mystery system, tell you it’s free, then get you to buy non-refundable hosting for your website. Sometimes they include training, sometimes not. It just depends on how brash the product owner is.
Product Name: $2k A Day System Product Owner: Travis Stephenson Advertised Price: Free Real Price: $279-$358+ Rating: Scam! What Is It? This is just another hosting scam, nothing to see here. Short Review This is not a revolutionary system and it’s not a “secret” that’s being kept from you. In fact, the only secret here […]
It’s a simple idea, and it works. But the quality of the product is extremely low, the advertising techniques are very shady, and I don’t quite trust the results he has achieved. Plus, you can get tons of stuff for free, so there’s no reason to pay for it.
Nothing new here, just a new face, and a marketer trying to capitalize on Miley Cyrus’s fame. If a product can’t tell you what it is, then it’s not worth buying. Do not believe the ridiculous claims.