I received a cold call today from Buckeye Impact Group that claims they were contacting me on behalf of Amazon.com. This is completely untrue. Unfortunately I’m on vacation and don’t have time to write up a whole report on them, let alone to listen to whatever they have to spin. It’s the same story I’ve heard before in other phone conversations with similar companies.
Though I didn’t actually purchase The Future of Wealth 2.0, I feel there’s enough evidence out there to see what the product is about and whether or not I can recommend it.
This is an extremely small portion of what’s possible with affiliate marketing and will not be appropriate for most people. Kristie Chiles makes a shockingly poor attempt at launching a “make money” product and alienates her dog-lover audience.
This is the same old tired system that’s been done over and over again by the gurus. There’s nothing revolutionary about it, and the tools that you buy in Free Cash Formula are terrible.
They say it’s free, then they charge $49. Then they discount the price to $9 and try to sell you something else for $200+. Then they try to sell you hosting for a couple hundred bucks and start emailing you promotions for other stuff. When you sign up for SMS, you don’t just buy a product, you put yourself on a list of suckers to be sold to over and over again.
Normally I purchase products to review, but if a product spins enough BS in the sales video I feel I have the right to call it out without buying. There are so many red flags and signals that Alen’s Success Plan is not what it seems, that I recommend you avoid it if you are serious about making money on the internet.
You already know that making money online is possible, and you want to be one of the ‘success stories’. You also know that a website is going to play a huge role in making sales and earning. But you’ve also heard that creating content can be a huge pain in the butt, take lots of time, and doesn’t always give great results. So why not get someone (or something) else to do it for you?! Then you heard about how amazing autoblogging software is. Oh boy, does that sound sweet! Free content, automatically posted to your blog, while you make money on autopilot. Unfortunately, all of these slogans are pure hype.
The simple answer is YES, you can really make money on Clicksure. But I think you are asking the wrong question. It’s the wrong question, because nothing they do can put money in your bank account – only you can do that. So the question you need to be asking is, “How do I make money with ClickSure products?”. Plus, check out some stuff on how affiliate marketing works and other recommended networks.
Launched in 2011, this product is old news, but somehow it’s still being promoted. Its unbelievable claims of making easy money through a Google hack are utterly ridiculous.
There’s really nothing new here except to pick apart details about what the company offers and how you get paid. It’s no secret that I dislike MLM, so if you are an MLM fanboy, you will not like this review. If you are simply looking to make money from home, PLEASE look past Ingreso Cybernetico and dig into what kind of damage MLM can do to people’s lives.