David Miller makes claims of making $306,947.70 in the month of May 2018, and the month before that he claims that he made $255,104.11.
Jenny Lewis starts off promising that you could earn $300 to $1500, day in and day out. This does sound a little too good to be true, and in all intents and purposes, might be a tad over exaggerated… or is it?
Here we go again with wild claims of making lots and lots of money, especially if you have no knowledge or technical skills. This is the type of claim that should send us all running from any offer simple because you would have a better chance of becoming a millionaire when buying a lottery ticket.
Self-professed, very successful Business Analyst and Consultant Michael Carson promises you that if you listen he will teach you how to earn $1700 each day.
He proceeds to show a screen print of an income for $2,821,948.16 that he claims is his own from last year.
Jacob Allen the key spokesperson for Mass Income Machines informs us that he is going to share “a way to generate money that only a small group of select people know about”.
The 500 free tools and resources sounds pretty intriguing, I must admit, and I am as curious as anyone might be at learning how Christine Clayfield was able to such a hefty income as she did… OH! But wait a minute.
James Robertson personally guarantees his video will be the most important video his listeners will see this year.
In this introductory video, he goes so far to say things like… this means that if you have access to this video right now, you are highly qualified to succeed with this program which means you could bring in $11,510, $14,250 or even $17,520 in your very first week.
Mark Foster is quick to congratulate those who arrive on his landing page, and claims that you are one of the lucky few who have the chance to watch his short video (just over 20 minutes in length) before he takes it down. That statement alone was enough to make me doubt this offer straight away.
In the introduction video, Matthew Neer states that he and his partner Desmond Ong earn over $10,000 a month on the internet, doing nothing more than uploading a few simple files to a few secret websites and allowing them to sit there and generate this passive income over and over again, building their email lists and generating free traffic that allows them to earn affiliate commissions.
Here we go again with the same sort of claim that for me, sets off all sorts of warning signals, even though their offer sounds convincing. After all, they wouldn’t lie, would they?