This article was posted on my website on October 30th, 2018, but it seems that this digital product is back out there telling the same lies and deceits so I decided to take a second look at it.
I can tell you right now that nothing has changed since I wrote the original article, except for the fact that it’s no longer on ClickBank, they have moved over to ClickBetter, which is (in my opinion) where most of the low-quality systems are sold…
The original article starts here:
I am subscribed to a lot of emails and receive daily promotions and opportunities.
Today I received the following email about the AZ sniper:
“Subject: Your Amazon Store
By now, you will have seen EVERYONE raving about Amazon…How its making users $2,703.20 in 1 day, $40,061.05 in 1 month and $509,562.40 in 1 year. If you haven’t started earning money on Amazon yet then you need to take action right NOW, by clicking on this link. I urge you to jump on the bandwagon and get going as soon as possible…”
Half a million dollars in a year would be nice right?
So, I decided to check it out.
The instant I landed on their sales page, I knew I was going to hear the same sad story and hyped up money claims as I thought.
After only a few minutes of watching the sales video, I was convinced I had seen pretty much the same story before in other reviews I had done.
So, I stopped the video and went back to one of my previous reviews. I knew it was something similar, I looked up my website and there it was:
Here we go again. The AZ sniper system is just a revised and rehashed product taken directly from the AZ Code.
Follow this link to my previous review —> AZ Code
Here is my proof. I took this image from the disclaimer directly on the AZ sniper sales video page:
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Program Name: AZ Sniper
Owner: Stephen Ford?? I could not find anyone on the Internet named Steven Ford that would claim this system.
Price: $37 with a lot of upsells
To take us back to the sales page, the narrator (We’ll call him the narrator since we have to assume that Stephen Ford is just a “pen name“) has the same story as before.
He had quit his job and was broke, and this time, he was desperate up until he met up with his 14-year-old nephew that was making money on Amazon.
He then discovered some “special techniques” that have made him a rich man.
Once he was rich he decided to share his wealth by creating this AZ sniper system.
He claims that you don’t need any qualification or technical skills because it’s all “done-for-you system” (gee I wonder where I heard that before) and the “AZ sniper is the self-explanatory system that will have you up and running and making $10,000 per week in no time whatsoever.”.
And he goes on… “In fact, ordinary people just like you are using this system to make up to $500,000 in just one year!”
The sales video is pretty much the same as before.
There’s no explanation on how this system works or where you’re going to go and make that kind of money.
It also says that it is not a scam and that this is a true thing unlike “any other bogus Investment opportunities”.
This video was so similar to my previous review of the AZ Code, and some other systems I have reviewed in the past like the AZ formula I could almost copy and paste my review and put it here.
It is a hyped-up story like I’ve seen them before with all the hyped-up money claims.
And like before there is absolutely no information given on how the system actually works.
You have to buy to try.
There are so many red flags that it’s almost not worth wasting time telling them, but I’ll tell you a few that are flagrant:
First of all, who is this Steven Ford, I’ve looked around on the Internet, searched all over and I couldn’t find anybody claiming this system. Any system that hides behind a pen name is always a red flag!
Second, is all those fake testimonies.
I believe the owner of the system is the same as the AZ code and he hires pretty much the same actors for his testimonials from Fiverr just like he did previously.
Here are 2 of them:
This one claims he made $1,586.12 in a day and over $39,184 in 30 days using AZ Sniper.
Here he is on Fiverr with the same exact background and same shirt:
Here is another one:
And here she is on Fiverr:
Another red flag is the fact that you don’t have to work that everything is done for you and that you only have to put in 10 minutes a day in the morning and then go play golf.
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Is this system really up to what it claims, and can you make money with it?
When it comes to “new systems” like this I do my due diligence and research the product thoroughly.
I can say this much, once I had seen the usual fake testimonies and the rehashed product, I had no intention of even trying to see what is inside, it would just be a waste of time and money.
It seems that once the initial hype of a low-quality product is over and they start getting negative feedback and reviews on one system, they (whoever the real owners are) just change a few things in the presentation, give it a new name, and put it out there to make more money from the inexperienced affiliate marketer.
All they do in their presentation is play with people’s emotions and make them dream that this system will bring them riches overnight:
Now that we have seen all of the hype here, let me make something clear, it is very possible to make a lot of money with Amazon.
It is the biggest online store on the web with billions in sales each year, so getting a little piece of the pie is very attainable.
Not only that, but millions and millions of people also make money by selling products on Amazon.
However, there is no big secret to this either it’s affiliate marketing!
What I don’t like about this system is that they don’t tell you what you are going to do and how you are going to do it.
It’s like buying a pig in a poke.
You have to guess what you’re going to get.
When you do pay up your hard-earned $37, you will surely be greeted with a lot of upsells and they will tell you that you need these “upgrades” to be successful.
Therefore, your initial “investment” of $37 will be more in the $300 – $400 range if you want the complete courses.
I have the proof right here:
The affiliate page claims that you can make an “average” of $287 per sale if you promote this product.
So, there it is, you will be taken to other videos and sales page and they will try to convince you to buy their upsells in order to “Really succeed”.
Probably something like the AZ sniper “pro” or something similar.
But like I previously said, and I will say it again, I don’t need to try this one to tell you that you are NOT going to make the kind of money they promise.
To be successful on Amazon you need traffic. How is this traffic going to come to your website?
Your guess is as good as mine…
PROS AND CONS
The initial price of $37 is not that expensive, but there are many upsells.
All the red flags!
Misleading and Hyped up money claims
No transparency in their presentation
The owner is unknown
The low price of this system is also a con: If it was this easy to make $1,500 per day for $37, everybody would be doing it!
Sold on the ClickBetter platform, which is not really reliable.
First, I have to say that we cannot rate this system/product as a SCAM. Why? Well because you will get training and some other product with it, even if you just go with the first $37 sell.
What I will say though is that it is my personal opinion, based on my experience from previous similar systems, a low-quality program.
This is mainly based on the “all-done-for-you” system, fake testimonies, and hyped-up money claims.
You may in fact if you do decide to buy this system, make money with it, but it will be far from $1,500 per day they claim you can easily make.
It is possible to make $1,500 per day and even more with Amazon, but not this way, and not within a day or so! That is very misleading and not true!
Amazon Associates will tell you that it takes a lot of hard work, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), and a lot of helpful and quality content to even start getting a little bit of traffic to your website.
Bottom line is that I don’t recommend this system to anyone!
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8 thoughts on “The AZ Sniper Review  – Is this system capable of what it says: make $1,500 per day with it?”
Thanks for sharing a well researched write up. I really want to agree with your conclusion that we cannot be too quick to judge them that they are scammers. But after thorough research like you did, we can make good conclusion. The only problem I realized in the affiliate market that you pointed out in this article is their ads contradicts their reality.
I ma grateful that my article was of value to you! I tell it has it is, and even though they have a very shady way of promoting their systems, If you do get something for your money and you have a money back guarantee, we can’t classify them as a scam, it’s what I call very low-quality and hyped up! We do have to differentiate the term scam. It’s being used in too many reviews without really realizing what the term really means.
Thanks for your comment!
Hi, how are you? This is a very interesting and above all, sincere review on this program The AZ Sniper.
Personally when I read that a program can make me rich overnight, I just pass by, because there is no such thing. But unfortunately when you’re desperate for money, you come to believe everything they say, and you end up losing a lot of money and time, which you could have used in something better.Thanks, regards, Pao.
I agree, sometimes people are so desperate, that they will believe anything. That is why we have to do our due diligence BEFORE we buy these kind of programs that promises a ton of money in no time for a few bucks to try. These are usually all the same and all they provide is some simple instructions that anyone can find on the Internet by doing a little research.
Thank you for stopping by, and I wish you success!
I will not sign up to or even look at a program now that does not tell me right up front what I would be doing and what it involves. If they have to keep it a secret then I believe they are not being forthright and are getting people to give away their money for a questionable product/concept. That is the best case scenario. The worst case scenario in these cases is that there is nothing of value being offered at all, but you don’t know that until you pay. These are real ‘buyer beware’ situations where you shouldn’t buy it if you don’t feel comfortable with it.
I do affiliate marketing and I know it takes a good deal of time to get up and running. It is totally worth it in the end but you don’t start making money on day 1. Anyone who says you can is probably being dishonest. You absolutely need guidance to learn how to do this correctly so you might as well sign up with an honest company who is there to help you, not just take your money for empty promises.
I totally agree with you, there is very little chance of making money the first day with affiliate marketing, it simply doesn’t work that way, and yes anyone who says you can is being dishonest. It is with dedication and quality work that someone becomes successful, not with an automated system full of empty promises.
Thank you for your honest opinion! It means a lot!
Thanks for your review of AZ Sniper. I appreciate you finding the red flags for me (and for anyone else considering this program). Seems like there are many. What irks me the most about programs like this are the fake testimonials. As you said, they manufacture this stuff so that they can try and gain credibility. Looks like you’ve done a great job of sniffing them out. Thanks also for pointing out the way AZ Sniper tries to hit you with upsells. I’ve always hated how programs would say that this is what you get for this much but then you find out that you’re not really getting much and have to purchase the upsell offer. Good post; thanks for sharing.
I am grateful that my article has been of value to you! I try and expose these systems for what they really are, and in the process, if I can save someone from being disappointed, all the better!
Thank you for stopping by and commenting on my article!