Product Name: Traffic Fortune
Product Owner: Frank
Advertised Price: $47, $27
What Is It?
You steal videos from other places, upload them to your own account, and then send the traffic to random products unrelated to the videos.
The promote the product as Traffic Fortune, but for some reason, once you are inside, its' suddenly called Viral Video Xtreme (VVX). Whatever it's called, it might be asking you to conduct illegal activities. At the very least, it's immoral. So why did I give it 5 instead of 0? There is only one other product I dislike more than this one, and a score of zero is reserved for that. LOL.
Before You Buy:
You can actually view this product for free. They didn't bother to lock the members area so I did a search and found access to the back end in Google. Once inside, it actually took me a really long time to find out what I was supposed to do to make money because instead of being called “get started here” or something obvious like that, this is what I saw:
So it turns out that Module 1 is where I start. I was not impressed with what I saw.
The process is outlined very simply in writing, and it saved me time from sitting through all the videos.
And at least they warn you about copyright violations. But any video that's uploaded by a user is automatically copyrighted by them, and they can stick you with a DMCA notice. I don't copyright my blog content, but when someone steals it, I DMCA them immediately and Google takes it down.
What I didn't Like:
Am I crazy or are they are actually selling a product that tells you to take someone else's video, upload it to your own Facebook account, and then link to random products from Clickbank?
Are they for real?
Not only is this immoral, it's annoying. It's definitely a copyright violation, and will put your Facebook account at risk. The creators of “viral videos” certainly do not want a bunch of leeches sucking their views, and will report your if they find out.
Even if they don't find out, do you really think you are going to make money by linking to random products? Show a video of a sneezing Panda, then link to an informational guide on how to make money online. See how many sales you get. Maybe you convert .01% of viewers into paying customers. Maybe.
And do you want to be selling this kind of rubbish to your friends on Facebook? I don't know about you, but I see these people every day! I do not want to spam my friends with useless products.
Traffic Fortune also has a couple “bonuses” which consist of some useless videos, an invite to Empower Network, and advertisements for other make money products.
This product almost comically low-quality. Do no buy.