Is this system really capable of what they claim? Can you really make $2,000 per day working 23 minutes per day with it? That is the same questions I asked myself when I received this email this morning:
With a minimum of 23 minutes a day you could make a CONSISTENT profit. Day-in. Day-out. Even over the weekends! Look here to see the kind of profit that’s possible: ==>>LINK
It’s perfect for beginners because you can use a simple step-by-step software to get started. In fact, it’s so simple that you
can get set up today, in under 5 minutes. Watch the software demo to see exactly what I mean.
Really? Setup in 5 minutes and work 23 minutes a day to make 2 grand? If that is the case, then I’m in!
However, let’s not too excited about this, I review a lot of “make money online” systems, and this one sounds a little too good to be true. First thing first. I will watch the sales video tell you all about it in my review.
However, if you are here because you need a real method of making money, you should check out my method and how I make money online. It’s NOT a “get-rich-quick” method either!
Name: eCom Cash Crusher
Owner: David Anderson
Price:$37 plus upsells in the hundreds
Well, the sales page is a typical ClickBank sales page. There are some red flags right at the beginning.
First, they say that they are going to share a secret that is going to change your life:
It is “an incredible and revolutionary new system and our members raking up to $40,000 every single month and what’s even more surprising is that you don’t need any particular skill or specialist qualifications to make money”.
Then right away, they present you with some “testimonies”:
This lady says that she has made $2,834 in her first 2 days, but as you can see, she is a Fiverr actress:
Then there is this guy that says that he has made $100,000 in profits in his first 2 months, but again “Fiverr actor”!!!
And you have this gentleman saying he had no experience whatsoever but made $800 in his first 3 hours!!!!
This is what I don’t get!
If this was such an incredible opportunity, why would the “owner” of this system hire actors to tell fake stories, that are pure lies!
And of course, the hype! Right after the fake testimonies, you have the usual hyped-up money claims! Here is a screenshot of the sales video showing David Anderson’s “bank account” with over 1.2 million dollars in it.
I believe this is also pure B.S. – This could have easily been created with a photoshop software! Another red flag!
Then we finally hear about who’s behind this system. We saw in the “bank screenshot” his name and he introduces himself as David in the sales video.
“David Anderson” the supposed owner (I haven’t found anything anywhere about this guy that could verify he’s the owner of this product, so it’s probably a pen name), has had a sad story about how his father died when he was young and he had to support his family.
These stories are all about prying on people’s emotions and get them involved personally with their own stories. Believe me, David is just a fragment of the real owner’s imagination. So enough about the “fluff”. Let’s see what this system is really about.
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What is Ecom Cash Crusher all about?
The money-making “secret” you will get if you buy this product is actually not a secret at all.
It’s dropshipping with a Shopify store.
This business model is a way of selling a physical product without actually having to hold any inventory.
What you have to do is create a partnership with some product wholesaler, and when someone buys the product through your Shopify store, the wholesaler supplies the merchandise directly to the customer, and bills you.
You make the sale and the profit from the sale is yours to keep.
So let’s see how we are going to make “$2,000 per day working 23 minutes a day” like I was told.
What you get for $37 (without buying the numerous upsells before getting there) is video training and PDF’s.
Here’s a look at the member’s area.
The first thing I noticed is that, like a lot of ClickBank’s products, they offer you a “free commission website”.
The thing about this is that first of all, “Optimal Hosting” is no longer in business, which is a clear indicator that this system is just a rehashed funnel and that this “free offer” was to get more affiliate commissions to the owner. Oh, and there is NO WAY that it’s worth $2,995!
I tried to reach optimalhosting.com and got the screenshot below. And when I clicked on optmialhosting.net I was redirected to a “suspended account” page.
Then there is a second funnel to John Crestani’s webinar, which in this case is real but also very popular in these kinds of ClickBank’s systems. I have reviewed John’s “Super Affiliate System”, and it is worth the try if you have money!
You can check my review here.
All that being said let’s move to the actual product:
As you can see, you will get something for your money. Inside each of those modules are video training, and PDFs workbooks on how to create and set up your Shopify Store.
I will not go into details here, but I did find that there is good information in them and it’s probably worth $37. However, you can also find a lot of similar products on sites like Udemy and probably for a little cheaper.
One thing I like about this system is “Goal Setting”. This is not contained in a lot of products I review and it is what anyone should start with anything that they are doing.
Can you make money with a drop shipping store?
The short answer is Yes! However, you will have to learn the ropes about this business model, and you will have to make significant investments to make it profitable.
And how are you going to get the traffic to your store? You can either get it for free by using SEO, and this will take time and a lot of work to get you on the search engines top pages. Or you can buy it, by using all of the different methods of paid traffic, like Solo ads and PPC, but this could end up costing you a little fortune.
Both methods work! But they have to be mastered by you the user to be efficient.
Whether it is a Shopify e-commerce, Affiliate Marketing, Network Marketing or any kind of business for that matter, there is no way that someone just starting out will make the kind of money they claim you will make.
And to clarify things about Shopify stores, you could make $1,000 in sales, but it’s NOT a $1,000 profit. The profit from these kinds of e-commerce usually is around 15-20%
ALL of this is without mentioning the fact that you will have to create a website, find products to sell, add the products to your website, write product descriptions, research products and suppliers, have some kind of customer support too.
So, if we think back about the “sales pitch” from my email, I really doubt that someone could do all of this with just 23 minutes of work per day!
But to be “fair”, this system (Or maybe we should call it a “training” because that is really what it is, a training!) will show you how to set up your Shopify store and will also show you how to promote it with solo ads, Facebook and YouTube.
Pros & Cons
This system is sold on ClickBank, so you can get your money back within a 60-day period if you are not satisfied
Relatively cheap at $37.
You do get some videos and PDF’s for your money.
Red flags all over!
Fake Testimonies by actors!
Hyped up money claims!
Make a ton of money with hardly any work!
Fake owner or we should say that the real owner is not showing his face anywhere!
The main issue I have with this product is the fact that they claim that you will make thousands of dollars right off the gate, which is simply not realistic!
This level of deception is what makes me say that they are just fluffing things up just to get you in and get your credit card number. Then they hit you with numerous upsells.
I am not saying that what they offer with their system is not worth the initial $37 and I am not discrediting the videos and/or the PDF workbooks. But the method of selling their system really unethical! Plus the fact you are hit with upsells right away, to me that is saying that the original system is not enough in their point of view, even though they claim it is in their sales pitch.
Is it a scam? Well, no it’s not a scam.
The definition of a scam is someone or some fraudulent business or scheme that takes money or other goods from an unsuspecting person. In this case, because you are getting a product for your money and you are able to get your money back if you are not satisfied, we cannot classify it as a scam.
Is it worth $37? I guess so. But that is my own personal opinion. I will leave this decision to you. If you do decide to try it, be prepared to put in a lot of money and a lot more time than they say you need to put in.
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What if I told you that you could start your own online business for absolutely no money down.
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