Product Name: My 10k Funnel
Advertised Price: Free
What Is It?
My 10k Funnel is an advertisement for several network marketing companies (MLM)
Nate Andreshak's annoying YouTube ads keep popping up in my feed so I decided to see how exactly I could make $367.
The free part of their site is simply directions on how to promote their website. The paid stuff is all network marketing, which will cost you THOUSANDS of dollars.
I think it's completely stupid that this guy is promoting a supposed way to make money online, which is really just getting you to join his MLM team.
Before You Buy
My 10k Funnel is a landing page (1 page website) that asks for your email address. Once you give them this info, you are redirected to a website called My 10K Coach from Jon Mroz. His greasy hair and big screen TV speaks volumes about this guy already
You are then asked to create another account (yes, another) before you even know what the heck you are actually doing. This is a typical tactic of guru internet marketers; get your email address before you know what they are selling, then they can send you a bunch of emails trying to hock a bunch of scams on you.
After you confirm your email address, you and then sent to yet ANOTHER website called the Total Funnel System. Here's a screenshot of the members area.
The free part of Nate Andreshak's “$367 per day system” is promoting the website you are on right now. That's right, you are supposed to tell people to do the same thing you just did. What did you do? Nothing yet! But it sure sounds great so why not tell people about it.
Um, don't. Why promote something that hasn't made you any money yet?
The rest of the stuff is not free.
There are quite a few links to other products on the Total Funnel System website. All of them are MLM and/or autoresponders.
If you buy everything they have to offer, you are going to be spending over $10,000 in one-time-fees, and hundreds per month recurring to enter these network marketing groups.
Why on Earth would you spend that kind of money when they have not explained anything about network marketing or given you any kind of indication as to what you are actually buying? It's assumed that you know “what's up” and are looking for a biz op, but not everyone is so internet savvy to know the difference.
And the funny thing is, it all started with Nate Andreshak's ad telling me that I could learn how to make $367 per day. The whole system they have set up here is not new. Promoting several MLM offers combined as one “system” has been one with products like Online Payday System, Simple Money System, and Freebie Money Printer.
As part of his list, I received an email from Nate a few days after signing up. To completely fair, the email was really low-key, honest, and not-pushy. It seem to be genuinely written by him, which is not too common in this industry. I still disagree with what he's promoting, but kudos to him for not being a typical pushy guru.
Nate has since chilled out on my ad space, but he's been replaced by an equally annoying and misleading person called “Dan Cass”.
I know that Andreshak's YouTube vids were flagged as commercially deceptive content, and Dan Cass seems to have fixed this issue by creating a YouTube channel with no videos, and no access to her welcome video. You can't flag the channel, you can't flag the videos, and you can't report the ad.
It's the same damn funnel except hers is called “My12kFunnel.com”. Hm. So clever.