Or, as one of your keywords googlec5f53a11c320e137.html
This program, or scheme by a guy calling himself Jamie (the voice is that of an actor as is basically confirmed in the disclaimer) seems to be rather new and many reviews are by marketers, which makes me already suspicious, also due to the fact that it is available through ClickSure, the money-back guarantee of which is anything but "Sure"!

The video presentation, which is the case so many times, is being read to you and thus letting you know that you must be illiterate. The scheme is a video-based Internet Marketing and training program with a "secret" software that is supposed to make you loads of money in no time at all, with minimal effort and once it is up and running, is on total autopilot! Now we all know that doesn't really exist and the disclaimer does let you know that among other things, your success depends also on your dedication. Would that be my dedication to the "hands-free"?

Then I ask myself, if this is such a secret that Jamie is not supposed to share with us, then why is it all over the Internet? Be that as it may, this "secret" has put Jamie in a position to not only pay back all of his debt, but also buy a nice house & car and made him loads of money in under 7 weeks! Wow, this is truly not a secret, it's a miracle and it seems that we all can buy this miracle! Actually, the secret or miracle he talks about is Squeeze Pages! What a revolutionary concept! Surely we all have never heard of that before. The problem though is, that Jamie only let's you know how to drive traffic to these squeeze pages with a $ 200 upsell and I would seriously doubt that he actually does or can deliver on that!

Speaking of upsells, Jamie also let's you know that revealing his "secret" will be at no cost. Now how does that jive with the 3 price packages and why are there 3 and what about the upsells?

Let me keep it short. The whole video presentation is very unprofessional as it is not only too long but full of obvious BS and therefore total rubbish! From unsubstantiated income statements (including those of his son. Just hope he's of legal age!) to trying to make you believe that it is not a Scam as is the case with so many others. If it were really professionally done, this scheme could actually sell and cheat a lot of people!

Finally, let's look at the disclaimer(s).

The one statement I always look for is "Any claims made or examples given are believed to be accurate, however, should not be relied on in any way in making a decision whether or not to purchase" and "This is a new system and there are no typical results". The key words in the first are "Believed to be" which in plain English means it is not for sure. Therefore one can already safely assume that there is no actual substantiation or proof to any statements made. And if the system is new and there are no typical results, than what does that say about the income statements shown? In my view it shows that they're bogus, plain and simple.

Lastly, in with regard to my initial comment made about ClickSure there is "You recognize any business endeavour has inherent risk for loss of capital". That means that Jamie's and ClickSure money-back guarantees are basically worthless!

In order to avoid becoming a Victim of Scam, please refer to www.internetadvisor.weebly.com and www.scamhunter.weebly.com. If you have any particular program/scheme you want me research, please contact me.

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