There are so many “how to make money” products being created that it's impossible to keep up. Are there truly that many revolutionary, one of a kind, never been seen before, ultra secret, limited time offer, only-for-me, millionaire secrets?
Or would it make more sense that these guys are all a bunch of douchebags that just come out with a product every couple of months, rework the same information, promise to pay affiliates a lot of money to push their products, then repeat the process?
These “gurus” give you the impression that they are living a millionaire lifestyle. But the thing that doesn't make sense to me, is that if they were making lots of money…even if it was making money with scams…why are they still creating products?
Follow my logic here.
These product launches cost a lot of money. They have to pay someone to develop the product and put a site together. They they maybe have to pay some other gurus to endorse the product. Then they have to put to together a JV page (to allow other people to promote the product), and spend some money to create “buzz”.
Even after all that is done, they have to pay affiliates. Oh, and I almost forgot web hosting, autoresponders, and other standard tools they may be using.
THEN, at the end of the day I know that there has to be HUGE number of refunds because 90% of what's out there is pure rubbish.
At the end of the day, I think these millionaire gurus are just working stiffs.
How Xtreme Profit Copier and Mossuccess.com Wasted My Time Tonight
The inspiration for that rant above came from my failed attempt at reviewing two separate products tonight. They came through my inbox recently – who knows from where. I always keep a list of the hottest internet marketing scams so I can do the reviews here on One More Cup of Coffee.
But both Xtreme Profit Copier and Mossuccess.com were both dead ends.
After about 2 hours of research looking at squeeze pages, searching in Google for dirt on the owners, and following links to their final destination, here's what I found out.
Xtreme Profit Copier is Binary Options
Plain and simple. We've done plenty of reviews on binary options, so it's not really worth getting into here. The disappointing part is that there was no sales video and the signup page didn't even work. I had to search in Google to dig into their site pages and found this
Mossuccess.com Was A Bit More Clever
At least I was entertained for a bit longer with the guys at Mossuccess. They actually had me thinking it was a unique product.
First off, they start off with a bunch of news reports telling us that working from home is legit. It is. But not though these guys.
Next, they list a bunch of famous companies and say that they have been featured on their site somehow. Some places get clever with the wording and say “work from home opportunities have been featured on…”, implying that their company was featured even though it wasn't. Some create faux websites that look like or sound like legit news outlets. Still others, such as this site, tell blatant lies. Search for them in Google and you will find no news reports whatsoever.
The Final Blow
I filled out their stupid survey and gave BS answers. I said I was younger than 20 years old, make a full time income online, and want to make $100,000 per month doing online business. And guess what…I qualified! Qualified for what?
I was immediately taken to a sales page for Full Money System, a product that will cost a lot more than you might think, and teaches you how to profit off of others by selling junk you don't really understand.
This is a typical trick from internet marketing gurus. They set up a website and just “plug in” whatever offers are hot right now. He could just as easily put in a link to any other of the scams out there that promise quick riches.
Who is Jordan Daniels?
It's quite possible that this is just an actor, or it's a real person using a fake name. Who knows what the real story is, but for now, we'll just call him Jordan Daniels. Apparently he's a successful internet marketer, millionaire, or something like that. But if you search for him in Google, it tells a different story.
First we see that Mr. Daniels is part of some kind of “millionaire group” that I'm guessing an MLM type thing (just guessing). Oh, so he's a fantastic video producer…
So if he's great at producing videos, then he's probably got a decent YouTube or Vimeo channel, right?
Hm, things are starting to look shady. Let's look at this fantastic group of millionaires and what they're up to.
And before we close out, let's take a look at some poignant quotes that Mr. Jordan Daniels left us with in his sales video before feeding us to the sharks.
What's the Point?
The reason that people like this are allowed to thrive on the internet is because they are ignored. The people that need the need the help, the newbies, don't know how vocalize their disappointment into a blog, forum, or a way that can tell others of their experience. The people that actually do know how to make money on the internet don't have time to deal with stuff like this. They have businesses to run, and honestly, sometimes it's hard to remember a time when “autopilot income with no effort and instant returns” seemed like a legit concept.
My hope is that someone investigating either Xtreme Profit Copier or Jordan Daniesl and Mossucces.com (or any of his future ventures) will come across this post and think twice about trusting what they were told.