The video is presented by a guy named Allen Stone, Internet Entrepreneur. Trying to check him out is not easy, so who is he really? Sorry, but I don't have the answer and frankly, if information can't be easily found, I ask myself how credible can he be? Unless, of course, he is actually an actor as referenced in the disclaimer. He goes on to introduce you to a desperate Dollar Store Clerk, who banked in more than $ 1 k the first day he tried this scheme. As we have seen so many other times, this video tries to make you believe that you can rake in vast amounts of money, for just $ 49.- with unsubstantiated income statements, fancy car and house and what I would consider to be deceptive claims/statements, apart from the usual sob story. The "acting" is so obvious, the storyline so uncredible!
What got me to take a closer look is the fact that it is available through ClickSure and as I have written before, this does not do any scheme any favours with it's conditional money-back guarantee.
Allen let's you know that in order to make money, you need traffic. That is only partially true, because a lot of traffic doesn't mean a thing if there are no conversions. But what he rally claims is that with his system, you can get your traffic through penny cheap advertising. And it is virtually automated.
Just when you think they will reveal the "secret" you're in for a let-down. Nothing is revealed, of course. But first you must "qualify" for membership. One of the criteria is that you must keep it to yourself. Now how about that! It's all over the Internet and you should keep it to yourself? Another is you need to be committed. Well, there is a totally new concept! Just exactly you need to commit yourself to is not mentioned, except in the disclaimer where you're being informed that "Each individual's success depends on his or her background, dedication, desire and motivation". We all have the dedication, desire and motivation! What exactly does his or her background mean and what does it have to do with any success using ATC?
And then comes "There is no guarantee you will duplicate the results stated here". Great, then why should anyone buy it? After all the income statements you have been shown and in particular those of Chris, the Dollar Store Clerk, you're being informed that "This is a new system and there are no typical results".
Finally, my favorite: "You recognize any business endeavour has inherent risk for loss of capital". Certainly, if this scheme were so good and revolutionary, then why would you need to point out that you could actually loose your investment? That statement obviously also let's you know the quality of the money-back guarantee.
In summary, I would certainly not recommend anyone buy this "system" even though I have only reviewed it from the outside. If you do check other reviews, make sure they are truly independent and not by some marketer. What you will see is pretty much the same recommendation as mine.
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