Product: Guaranteed Income Machine
Price: $0 - $1000's
This is not free, there is no coaching and your job is to send out mass SPAM to people so they can join the same program. There is nothing good about this whatsoever and it may result in losing more than just money as I explain below. I do not recommend this.
What Is Guaranteed Income Machine (GIM)?
The sales pitch begins with an internet guru by the name of ‘Bobby’ making some pretty lofty claims about his successes and what he has achieved online. He goes on to say that he is personally going to partner with each new person that signs up and help them to start making money immediately with a 100% completely free system.
Apparently he is doing all of this because he is so successful that his email list is just too big and he needs to ‘clone himself’ to continue making even more money with email marketing.
Bobby also claims that he:
- Has made millions of dollars online with email marketing and made $1,426,242.09 this year alone
- Lives in a “ridiculously big house”
- Drives a Range Rover, Mercedes, Jaguar AND a Bentley he won for being so successful!
- Takes lavish holidays and has plenty of time to spend with his kids
He certainly seems like someone who’s seen a lot of success online right? Unfortunately, this guy is just a paid actor and not one word he is saying is true. It’s total BS!
As you can see, this guy is selling his acting services for $5 a pop on a website known as Fiverr. It’s safe to say he knows nothing about email marketing, he’s not a millionaire and he will not be helping us on the inside. After sitting through that rubbish I knew I was looking at another low value con but I decided to sign up anyway to see what was inside.
How The GIM System Works
It turns out you land in the PWM Live members area which means this is directly connected to Profit With Mike, a program I recently reviewed. I cannot overstate how low value that program is, it is by far one of the most deceptive scams I have ever reviewed on this website. Period.
Important: For anyone thinking of signing up to this, I strongly recommend putting in dummy information instead of your real name, email, address, phone ect. Giving these guys your personal information is a BIG mistake as I explain in more detail below.
We are told that all we need to do is activate our autoresponder account with a third party company named ‘Inbox Pro’ and GIM will then load our account with 500 email subscriber per week. The video in this step goes through how to do this. This costs $27 per month and is essential to making this system work which means this is not free as we were told earlier.
This entire step is an upsell into buying 3000 subscribers from an unknown source for $177. This is something that is pitched to everyone coming through this system so it is not ‘limited’ as they suggest.
This is essentially a dashboard of SPAM emails you will be sending out through the system linked with your Inbox Pro account. Once everything is set up you simply come in, choose a canned email message and fire it off. You know those annoying emails that automatically go to your spam folder? That is what this is. By sending these emails you are effectively becoming a fully fledged spammer. I am not kidding.
This step is designed to sell you into Profit With Mike and convince you to buy hundreds of dollars in upsells which will ultimately only help you to promote the very same program.
This step explains how much money you can expect to make which is apparently going to be an average of $0.20 whenever someone opens one of your emails and clicks the link. It is not clear as to HOW you will actually get paid and be able to withdraw your earnings. On one hand we are told:
Your job then becomes to simply log in to your Click Force Traffic account and keep an eye on your commissions.
That’s all we get! We are not told how our Click Force account is integrated into the emails we send in order to get the commissions. You cannot embed your unique Click Force affiliate links into these emails since they cannot be manually changed, so I can’t see how people are going to be getting paid. Then in another tab it appears they are actually the ones paying us directly. None of this makes sense and they are completely contradicting themselves.
As for the so called $100 bonus, that is a crock. There’s no way these guys are paying you to use a free system, not a chance. The only ‘guarantee’ with this system is that no one is getting paid!
The Reality Of This Program
When you sign up to Inbox Pro they get a commission and if you buy any of their upsells they will make money off you there also. In other words, they don’t care if you make any money. They only care if you buy stuff through them and from them.
After considering these things and how the website has been registered and is run anonymously, I really don’t think it’s a good idea to hand your personal information over to them.
Will You SPAM For These People?
Other than losing money and potentially having your information sold, there is yet another alarming factor to consider here. The way this system is set up, you may be unknowingly taking part in mass email spamming which is actually illegal and can carry hefty fines.
According to the CAN-SPAM Act, all commercial emails must include your physical address, identify who you are and you must provide an unsubscribe link in every email. None of this is included in the email system we are provided in the back office and there is no mention of this anywhere. What is worse, we have NO idea where these emails are even coming from! They could literally be scraped off the Internet for all we know. We are simply told to take their word for it!
I am not exaggerating when I say that anyone signing up to this may very well be participating in illegal spam activity. It’s not that they need more people to send their emails because of some kind of ‘account restriction’ on the large number of subscribers they have. That is a blatant lie. Ask yourself, what do they stand to gain by giving you free subscribers each week?
Answer… this is way for them to use everyday people to send out mass spam emails on their behalf and promote their low value products. They are in the clear since they are not sending them, their emails get delivered at a higher rate and while they are at it, they make money selling you useless products! Pretty sneaky huh?
This is not about helping you, it’s about furthering their own agenda. Plain and simple.
What I Liked
What I Didn’t Like
- Extremely deceptive marketing tactics
- Potentially selling a persons information
- No information on the withdrawal process of email click earnings
- Taking part in email spam which (as it stands) may very well be illegal
- Links to other low value and downright scam products
- Will not help you make money online
Whichever way you look at this program, it is not somehting that is going to help you build a legitimate online business. In fact, getting knee deep in this could end up costing you more than you bargained for. Online business is no different to offline business in that it takes work and effort to build real success, it doesn’t happen overnight or with the ‘click of a few buttons’ I can assure you. Avoid this scam completely.