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Product Name: Instant Rewards Network
Product Owner: Instant Rewards Network
Upsells: Some offers cost
What is it?
A site that has you complete a number of offers in order to earn money by referring others.
This site is portrayed as a rewards network, but in reality all you end up doing is promoting the site to others to earn money from referrals. The training and techniques provided to help you do so are crude and ineffective, and what you are trying to promote has very limited appeal.
Before You Buy
The site itself is free, but be very careful about any offers that you sign up for. Many of the offers have hidden costs and can easily end up more expensive than advertised.
What I Liked
There isn’t really much to like about this site. It does look professional and is easy to navigate, but honestly, that ends up being more misleading than anything else.
What I Didn’t Like
Same Old Junk Offers
To start off with, signing up for this company requires adding in your phone number, date of birth and PayPal email address. That’s way more information than the company actually needs up front and it is always concerning when companies ask for more than they need.
The fact that a video auto plays on every single page during sign up is also incredibly annoying.
Additionally, the approach is incredibly hyped. The concept that you get paid every day or can earn ‘unlimited money’ is completely untrue, particularly as the actual method of making money is challenging and takes time.
There are two main aspects of Instant Rewards Network.
The first is the offers. A lot of sites use offers as an approach for earning money or earning credits, and most of the time it is a very frustrating approach.
For Instant Rewards Network and for many similar sites, the vast majority of offers cost money. Other examples include Freebie Money Printer, Instant Payday Network, and Project Payday. This can make the entire process quite expensive. Additionally, the offers that are free tend to either give fewer credits or tend to be difficult to do.
In many cases, the cost shown for a given offer isn’t even correct because you are signing up for a trial. This means that if you aren’t careful, you may get billed the full fee at a later date.
Working through offers like this can be time consuming and sometimes confusing. You have to be very careful about what offers you choose so you end up making money instead of spending it.
For most companies, offers are a way of earning money, but that isn’t the case with Instant Rewards Network. Instead, the offers act as a way for people to gain eligibility to cash out. Users have to get 1 Credit to be able to actually earn any more.
Here’s the thing with Instant Rewards Network…
You don’t earn money by doing offers, you earn money by getting other people to join and complete offers. In turn, those people earn money by getting other people to join. This is not as easy as it sounds.
With Instant Rewards Network, you are cold selling a program and offers that simply aren’t worth the time or the money. Actually getting anyone to buy into what you are promoting is really difficult, particularly if you have no experience selling things online to start off with.
Low Quality Training
Now, the site does offer some training, but it’s not particularly good training. For example, some of the training covers how to gain traffic through Craigslist and templates for phone calls and emails. Personally, I have actually received emails from people trying to sell this type of product through Craigslist before and it is a marketing trick that simply does not work. This is true of pretty much all of the training offered.
Instant Rewards Network claims that you can make unlimited income through their system, but most people won’t make much (or any) money at all. The approach is actually just affiliate marketing where you are promoting one particular service that isn’t really all that good.
All of this makes the process of selling so much more difficult.
In fact, with standard affiliate marketing, you have much more potential for earning money, because you end up selling things that people actually want and that actually work.
This is just a dead end company that gets traffic by conning people into doing their marketing for them. It isn’t a good system to earn money and completing the offers may actually end up costing you instead.