Is the 3-Step Method a Scam?
In this review of affiliate marketing training course, I’ll show you the in’s and out’s of what the 3-step method training consists of and whether or not it is worth the trouble and the time.
- Pros and cons
- How it works
- Cost to purchase.
- Compare it to other training programs
A quick look
ABOUT: A three step method in a single page document.
PRICE: $9.00 than $29.00 in up sales plus paid traffic costs.
PROS: 60 day money back from Clickbank.
CONS: Little training, fake testimonial from Fivver.
VERDICT: I don’t recommend it.
Let’s get started:
What you get access to is a $37.00 Clickbank product that includes some basic training on how to make money online. One of the courses is the 3 Step Method. We will take a look at it in this review.
Yea, you can make money online and yes, affiliate is legitimate.
But, it’s more involved than 3 quick steps.
This type of training is just not realistic.
It takes time and a lot more training than this program leads you to believe.
After you join, you are shown a sales video on how easy it is to earn money with this system.
Then you proceed to the third page where you need to pay $37.00 to access the member’s area.
PRO: Yes, you do get some basic training.
It is sold through Clickbank, who will give you a 60 day money-back guarantee. So, you are protected there.
They make it sound like it is so easy to learn. Which seems a little phony to me, not so. In truth it takes a lot of time and dedication to earn money online with affiliate marketing.
You probably won’t earn anything with such little training.
You are hit with up sales as soon as you purchase the products.
Let’s get into the details.
It’s basically an ordinary blog post with very limited training on how to get started with affiliate marketing, but it is very outdated. It certainly does not take you by the hand and give you an in depth guide. Plus, the video is done by a paid actor from Fivver.
Price: $ 37.00 for basic system
Upsells: $97.00 , $147 and $47.
The bottom line, it is suppose to be a complete training of affiliate marketing. But in my eyes it falls very short with a one page of
training. Affiliate marketing is not hard, but there are plenty of things to learn and do to see success.
Their training consists of
- How to find a good niche.
- How to build a website.
- How to promote it on Clickbank.
Creator: No name is available for this program.
3 Step Method sales page does not explain how the system really works.
They only praise the training and try to get you excited about purchasing it.
Step 1 Consists of teaching you how to find a niche.
Step 2 Tells you about creating a blog in order to promote your affiliate products.
Step 3 Instructs you how to sign up for Clickbank and how to promote a product in your niche and earn money. They make it sound so easy.
Unfortunately, the 3 step method falls short. It is not detailed enough if you are new to affiliate marketing. No resources are presented to you to help you learn all that is involved in being successful in affiliate marketing.
My advice to you before you spend your hard-earned money is to check out Wealthy Affiliate. It’s free to join and you can see what they have to offer.
You will be pleasantly surprised, I’m sure.
Conclusion: The 3 step method is not a scam, thanks to Clickbank’s return policy. You have 60 days to return the training and get a full refund.
Yes, you can make a nice income from affiliate marketing, but there is a lot of training and steps involved. More training than this program offers.
It’s not a get rich quick training. There is a lot of work involved.
Personally, I don’t think this training is worth purchasing at all.
These fake gurus are just trying to get your hard earned money, which could be spent in a more realistic training program.
If you really want to earn money online, stay away from the get-rich quick gurus. There is no way you can earn a living from their training, or lack of training.
They are only out to line their pockets with your hard earned money, no matter who they hurt in the process.
If you want to earn a living from the internet, be prepared to work for it. It’s not a get rich quick scheme.
Get involved in an honest program that will teach you the right way to really see the money coming in. Plus, make an honest living doing it the right way.
Unfortunately, the internet is overloaded with get rich quick programs that are worthless or next to worthless. Don’t get fooled by them. If is seems to good to be true, it usually is!
It’s very easy to fall for all the hype, the mansions, fancy cars. Boats and even small planes.
But, unfortunately it doesn’t work that way.
You can earn a good living online. You can be successful doing this, but it does take time and dedication.
Here is my link to Wealthy Affiliate. Check it out for free. No credit card or wallet needed.
Anything worth having is worth working for. There are some costs involved, but you can get started for free.
So, let’s get started and I will meet you on the inside. Thanks, Deanna .
Please leave a comment below.
10 thoughts on “Is The 3-Step Method A Scam? I See Red Flags!”
Hi Deanna, It’s crucial to be able to identify warning signs and red flags that could indicate a potential scam, such as promises of quick and easy riches with little effort or investment. Thank you for your honest review about the 3-step method. As it looks like a safe choice, I may give it a shot in the near future.
Hi, You might want to read my review again. I’m not so sure that this program is a good choice to follow. I really don’t think it offers enough training to be really helpful. Good luck to you in your future endeavors. Thanks for your comments, Deanna
Well hello. I appreciate your hard work. to be honest, I don’t use this package yet but, when I was reading your post I realized that you mentioned such informative details that everyone needs to know. I think it is worth buying this package. The training about finding a good niche and building websites can be helpful, especially for people who start their business lately. Thanks for sharing this content with us.
I’m not sure if this product is helpful in helping you earn an income. The information is very vague and outdated. Thanks for the comment and good luck to you in your future endeavors, Deanna
I found the blog post on the 3-Step Method to be a valuable and informative resource for anyone considering investing their time and money into this program. Your objective and balanced analysis of the program’s claims, methods, and credibility provided me with a clear and unbiased understanding of the potential risks and benefits of the 3-Step Method.
The thoroughness with which you examined the program’s claims, and the attention paid to the various red flags and warning signs that can often indicate a scam is just massively valuable. The detailed breakdown of the program’s three steps, along with its strengths and weaknesses, allowed me to evaluate its potential effectiveness and determine whether it aligns with my own goals and values. Thank you for the. insightful help you offered here.
Thanks Dave, I appreciate your valuable comments. It is helpful to read different reviews about a product and see whether it is worth putting our hard earned money and time into a product. Thanks again and good luck in your future, Deanna
There are lots of products like the three-step method in the market. I remember falling for a similar product in 2018. They make it look like you can make money with affiliate marketing with little or no effort. They display fake reviews and results to get you to sign up for their course. As you identified, they are inadequate to get one equipped, and most cases are not updated. Unfortunately a lot of us fall for these products
Thank you for the comments. Too bad we have to waste time sorting thru all the garbage being pushed on us. But thanks for WA. It’s the best way to earn money online. Thanks again Parameter. Deanna
I’ve seen so many negative reviews about this program and when I went to check out their page, everything in it was outdated. The training that they offer can be found on other platforms, even on YouTube. I’d say that purchasing this program is a complete waste of time and money.
Hi Stephanie. Thanks for your comments. I agree with you that there is a lot of junk published trying to get you to spend your hard earned money. It’s too bad. But I guess nothing can prevent it from happening. But thank you for your comments. Good luck with your future endeavors’. Deanna