500 DOLLAR CASH CLUB REVIEW
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Is the 500 cash club a scam? Can you really go from 0 to $500 in 24 hours in the 1 K daily system?
In this review, I will be giving you the low-down on this product and whether to j oin or to stay away.
First of all, this is not the first time we’ve seen the 500 dollar cash club.
It keeps rearing its ugly head with a different title!
But, it still works the same way.
They promise to teach you how to make money quickly with little or no work involved.
I’m sure it gets all the attention of all the newbies just starting out in this fun world of affiliate marketing.
Unfortunately, it promises the newbies all kinds of empty opportunities of how to earn EASY money, with little or no work!
But, don’t be fooled, this is not the promoter’s first rodeo. He’s been down this road before, trust me. I’ve seen it over and over again.
The scam works the same way with a different title.
Join and earn easy money with the magic code or system.
I have heard it all before.
I will give you 2 reasons why you have to be on the lookout for scams.
First, you can throw away a lot of money working on scams with little or no results, plus, all the time you will waste using the product and trying to get it to give you money. Not including all the upsells, it could get into the thousands of dollars.
When you learn the tell-tale signs, like easy money, 1 click and the money rolls in, it only takes 1 hour a day… you will be more in tune and know what to look for. Red flags for sure.
There is no “ Set it and forget it” in affiliate marketing.(that’s only in cooking).
When you have been in the business of affiliate marketing for a while, you will learn how to spot a scam quite quickly. Most of them have the same format about them. Always, get rich quick with little or no work on your part. Watch for the next few minutes without any positive feedback how they expect you to achieve that goal.
We want it so much to be achievable, that we start to believe it’s going to happen.
Their success stories are made with fake names, fake photos, and fake testimonials.
Let’s check out the Facebook comments.
Can you leave a comment or add a response? No, you are directed to finish watching the video!
So, I hope this has opened your eyes on what to be aware of when you look at getting started with affiliate marketing. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
And, what about the endorsements on the news channels on TV.
It features a very generic announcement about being featured on the top news channels. That’s just another joke. It doesn’t feature the $500 cash club, it just states; Work from home opportunities featured on.
The parent company behind this scam is Digital Altitude which has been around for quite a while.
According to what I have read, you can earn some money with the parent company of the 500 cash club. But, it is not as easy as they make it sound.
It still takes a lot of work and is quite expensive to get started.
For example, you have to purchase the product they are promoting, if you want the right to promote it or sell it.
The $500 Cash Club is overly built up to entice you to join. There is no guarantee you will earn anything from this program. Plus, it entails quite a bit of hard work.
I certainly do not recommend it. Especially if you are new to affiliate marketing.
My #1 recommendation is Wealthy Affiliate. Check out my review here. It is an all-inclusive and gives you all the tools you will need to get started. Plus, it’s free to join.
If, you decide to stay, the cost is $19 for the first month and then $49 a month. They also have annual memberships that are a good way to purchase to help keep you engaged.
Thanks for reading my review and I hope it was helpful in your decision making. Deanna