So right off the bat we are dealing with some misleading statements and there is more to come in the video presentation.
The person in the video introduces himself as Trey Stevens who claims that he has been challenged by his friend to get three people to use "his" automated system to make them "a ton of Money" or he will loose his car. I thought the system is by Steven and Tim? So who is Trey Stevens to claim that it's his? Maybe its an actor, as according to the disclaimer actors are used? Continuously throughout the video he claims that he developed this system.
Also in the disclaimer it is stated that this is not purported to be a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme. Let's correlate that with income statements (unsubstantiated) shown of more than 100k in one week, the claim that the software Trey uses banks $ 3,432.16 a day (which would be in excess of $ 1,2 million per year) and Trey's challenge to make 3 random individuals a "ton of money". In my book that certainly is being presented as a Get-Rich-Quick scheme!
Then Trey goes through the motion of setting three 'randomly chosen' (by his friend) individuals and you basically see the same spiel as you an see in videos of a lot of other schemes. The result, as always, is that they're surprised, overwhelmed and overjoyed to such an extent, that I have to ask myself to what degree is this actually staged. Maybe it is, or maybe it isn't, but I can't get the impression out of my head that it is.
Trey claims to be nervous because he is working with people who do not have any background at all in doing something like this. This implies to me that anyone can do it, or rather the system does it for you. Onbviously, after 72 hrs. all three have made money to various degrees through ClickBank. Great, especially since it is known how crowded the ClickBank market is! Trey claims the success of these three people is based on the software. He does point out that not everyone will be as successful. I wonder why? According to the video, all he did is install 'his' software and set up the ClickBank account. So we have to understand that there is obviously something else needed that we're not aware of!
But he goes on to let you know what 'his' software does, which includes getting loads of traffic. So far we still don't know details, but let's assume it's a website you need to set up. So there is additional costs right there which isn't really mentioned. Also, getting loads of traffic does not mean conversions, no matter how great the products are (and which are preloaded by Trey in 'his' software).
I am not saying that this scheme is a Scam and it may just work. However, it does make me wary that the misleading advertisement and video needs to be used and a lot of the claims made are contradicted in the disclaimer(s).
For my taste the video is by far too long and shows you the exact same script that so many others have used. Nothing new here!
Since we are all the careful kind of people who read the fine print before buying (into) anything, let's recoup the for me relevant points:
1.) "Any testimonials and examples used are exceptional results, don't apply to the average purchaser and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results."
2.) "There is no guarantee you will duplicate the results stated here."
3.) "You recognize any business endeavour has inherent risk for loss of capital."
4.) "This is a new system and there are no typical results.
5.) "Earning potential is entirely dependant on the person using our product, ideas, techniques and the effort put forth."
6.) Your level of success in attaining the results claimed in our materials depends on the time you devote to the program, ideas and techniques mentioned, knowledge and various skills." and finally,
7.) "Returns and refunds policy: as stated, if you purchase Your First Commissions, and you do not enjoy the financial freedom that you expected, do not make as much from our methods as you expected, or indeed for any reason, you may claim a refund for the product within 60 days of purchase. On a sidenote we do ask you to put the techniques into use before requesting a refund, for both our benefit: however, our refund policy is unconditional and this is a suggestion, not a requirement. We are aware that some buyers will not achieve their personal goals despite our best efforts to the contrary, and we stand by our refund policy as such... Revisions to this Policy: Our company reserves the right to revise, amend, or modify this Policy, our Terms of Service agreement, and our other policies and agreements at any time and in any manner, by updating this posting."
I always say that if a product is in fact so good, then why the disclaimer in such form? Apart from Point 3.) which let's you know you can stand to loose your money, despite of all the guarantees, the last point in particular is for me somewhat strange. The 'Company' is giving their unconditional money-back guarantee, however, ClickSure's is certainly conditional and the T & C clearly state that when buying, you agree to also the terms and conditions of ClickSure
Sure I haven't tried this out and I don't intend to, given the misleading and contradictory way(s) it is presented.
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