Hello and welcome to my review of Ad Code (www.adcode.io).
This is a relatively new site that claims you can easily make a “guaranteed $5,000 per day or more starting today”. Apparently the system is so simple it does all the work for you.
Sound a bit too good to be true?
That's because it is.
Unfortunately, this system is full of "get rich quick" hype, and in my opinion will not help you make money online. In reality, it's just a way for the "gurus" behind it to profit off of you.
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Read on for the full review.
What Is Ad Code About?
Ad Code is a sales funnel for a site I recently reviewed called Click2Sell.
What this means is that when you put your information into the box, you are not taken to the “Ad Code” members area. Instead, you are immediately redirected to Click2Sell.co:
So that’s what this site is really about- a sneaky way to funnel people into Click2Sell.
Click2Sell appears to be a legitimate way to make money from advertising. However, in reality, it is ripping people off for $10,000’s.
In order to participate in Click2Sell you need to fork out anywhere from $250 to $25,000 for a membership plan. And then, once you’ve paid this, you need to invest $1,000’s more into the individual advertising banners.
These ad banners supposedly get a set number of ad impressions depending on which ad you buy. And you earn when these ads receive clicks and sales.
I went through the entire program and I can safely say it’s not legitimate. Nor does it make logical sense when you break it down.
There are some MAJOR red flags with this.
So I highly recommend you read my Click2Sell review before doing anything else.
Because that’s what this is all about, and the above review walks you through everything you need to know. Including what it’s about, how it works, red flags and why I think it’s a scam.
How Does It Work?
Ad Code works like other spammy sales funnel sites I’ve reviewed.
For example, Ad Formula which is practically the same setup, but with a different name and URL.
It all starts with a SPAM email or see an ad online somewhere as I did, which directs you towards the sales page at www.adcode.io.
There is zero substance in most of what is said within the sales video. It is absolutely FULL of the typical “get rich quick” hype I see all the time across scam sites.
Not to mention, other marketing tactics such as fake scarcity (pretending copies are limited). And fake income screenshots and showing news segments to make it appear as though the system has been featured in the news.
Make no mistake about it, the copies are not limited at all.
Simply refresh the page and this resets again. And there is nothing “free” about this, that is a blatant fabrication. Not only is this not free, it’s actually one of the highest ticket scams I’ve seen in a while.
The other point I want to mention is about the news clips they put into the video.
These are real, which throws a lot of people off, but what these people have done is simply scrape these clips off of the web and use them without permission.
In the same way they use the logos on the site that imply the program has been featured in Business Insider, Forbes, CNBC and the like.
This is complete and utter BS.
Neither these people, nor their program, have been endorsed by ANY credible news network. Period.
This is trick and it is incredibly misleading if you ask me.
Anyways to sum up how this works.. the idea is to simply put your name, email and phone number into the box, at which point you are redirected to Click2Sell.co. Which as I’ve mentioned is a scam site that does NOT help you make $5k per day on autopilot.
Who’s Running The Show?
The guy behind the program calls himself Rob Goldman:
But based on everything I’ve seen, my feeling is that this is just a fake persona.
Maybe he’s real, maybe he’s not.
But after looking online I couldn’t find ANY information about this person to support that he is a real person, or that any of his claims are for real.
Nor could I find any information about who is running the underlying scam- Click2Sell. The whole operation is run anonymously.
Which, when you consider they are asking for literally $10,000’s from you, is a little concerning to say the least.
Is Ad Code a Scam?
Ad Code isn’t really a scam because it’s not even a program.
It’s just a promotional site that funnels you into Click2Sell.
With that being said, the marketing on the site is 100% a scam in my opinion.
I say this because there is zero truth in anything the site (or sales video) is telling you. The site uses every trick in the book to convince you that you will just signup and start making $5,000 or more per day.
And they even go as far to “guarantee” this.
Which is a complete lie.
There is nothing guaranteed about the income on either site.
In fact, there is nothing legitimate about this site or the site it attempts to funnel you into- Click2Sell.co. The whole thing is a charade designed to get you to spend $10,000’s on a fake ad revenue opportunity.
So while Ad Code isn’t exactly a scam, because it’s not selling you anything, the marketing is extremely misleading and Click2Sell (the underlying program) is a scam. Something I go into full detail on, within the Click2Sell.co review I linked to earlier.
In any case, what you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this.
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