You can earn up to $125 multiple times per day with Ad Copy Pros.
All you need to do is copy and paste some pre-written ads on social media. You don’t need any experience and you can start earning as soon as today!
It certainly sounds like a good deal, doesn’t it?
I mean, who doesn’t want a “done for you” method of making money online.
But it’s not that simple, so it’s a good thing you’re here.
In this review, I’ll show you what this is really about. So you can make a more informed decision about whether or not it’s worth it for you.
Ad Copy Pros Review- The REAL Agenda Is Recruitment
I’ve been receiving quite a few emails about this system recently, which is how I found out about it.
Turns out MANY people are interested in the Ad Copy Pros system and they’re wondering if it’s the real deal or not.
So I decided to click on the link in the email to find out, which took me to a video.
The video runs for just over 9 minutes where ‘someone’ tells us how amazing this new system is. How we can make $25 to $100 payments just for sharing some ad copy on social media.
Naturally, I was skeptical since I hear this kind of thing all the time.
I’ve even seen a similar pitch for the Email Processing System which promise to pay you $25 ‘per email processed’.
Which is not the way it really works as I explain in the above review.
Anyways, according to the Ad Copy Pro sales video, you receive more than 100 pre-written ads, headlines and email swipes that are “proven to convert on demand”.
Your goal is apparently to use these ads to promote the “hottest opportunities” online. And none of this supposedly has anything to do with MLM (multilevel marketing) either.
However, after looking into this in more detail I found that this is not true.
Your main objective is promoting ONE program- Ad Copy Pros. This is the real agenda. The whole thing is about recruiting people into your MLM downline.
But before I get into that, let me explain who is behind this…
Who’s Running The Show?
Whenever I look into a program, one of the first things I do is try to figure out who’s behind it. I like to know who’s asking for my money before making a decision.
Makes sense right?
Anyway, turns out the sales video does not disclose who’s running the show at all. All we get a voice over in the sales video.
So I went over to the Who.Is database to see if I could find out who the owner of the Ad Copy Pros website (adcopypros.com) is. Here’s what I found…
As you can see, Pamela James is the owner of the website. And she is supposedly from an address in North Hollywood.
Further research reveals that this is NOT her address though. It’s the address for a ‘USA Fitness’ gym…
So this means the real person running this is either the owner of that gym (which I highly doubt lol) or is using fake details to register a domain.
Which is a bit concerning.
There’s nothing wrong with protecting your privacy within your domain. This is totally legitimate and can stop a lot of SPAM.
But in my experience, when someone who is asking you for your money tries to hide who they really are, with tactics like this, it’s never a good thing.
What’s Ad Copy Pros Really About?
Ad Copy Pros claims to be a ‘copy and paste system’ that pays you to re-sell ad copy.
In reality- Ad Copy Pros is all about mass recruitment.
Your SOLE objective with this system is posting ads on social media sites like Facebook. In order to recruit them into your Ad Copy Pros downline.
So to be clear- this is MLM.
Despite the sales pitch pretending like it’s not. Because you get paid on not just one level, but multiple levels.
The idea with this system is to pay to join, and then convince others to pay to join the same system.
Now I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with promoting stuff online. Not at all. In fact, I do this myself and even on this website.
However, there IS a problem when there is no tangible product involved.
In this case, the ‘product’ is the ad copy. So you will hear Ad Copy Pro affiliates claiming “there are real products”.
But we all know what this is really about.
The undeniable truth is that ACP is about getting you to pay your $25 to $100 and then convince others to do the same.
The ad copy is specifically setup to promote Ad Copy Pros. The entire system is geared for this. No one would join this if not for the recruiting opportunity. Because there is little to no substance in the underlying product.
And herein lies the problem with systems like this.
You can make money recruiting people into a system like this.
But it doesn’t last.
Because only so many people are willing to join. So once recruiting slows, and it will as it always does, people lose interest. And join another ‘system’ that promises quick and easy money.
These systems come and go ALL of the time online.
Not to mention, making money is NEVER as simple as copying and pasting something. This is simply not the reality of how to become successful online.
Earning real money online requires real work over a consistent period of time. You need to learn real internet marketing skills if you want to succeed.
Done for you online businesses do not work as the people promoting them often make out.
Sure, you can make some sales with a cookie cutter system. But the power of this is quickly diluted when hordes of other affiliates are ALL promoting the same thing.
In any case, without educating yourself you will not succeed longterm.
There is no shortcut or ‘system’ that will change this. And anyone selling you on this idea is almost certainly trying to take advantage of you.
Ad Copy Pros Compensation Plan
There are two main ways you can earn within the Ad Copy Pros compensation plan. Direct sales and commissions from people your direct referrals ‘pass up’ to you.
Read on to see how this works in more detail…
This is where you earn from people you directly recruit into the system.
In doing so, you can earn between $25 to $125 depending on the package they buy. And also depending on which package you buy yourself.
Because you need to buy whatever package you want to promote.
Here are the two packages:
ACP Package #1: Costs $25 and qualifies you to earn $25 commissions from those you recruit who buy ACP package 1.
ACP Package #2: Costs $100 and qualifies you to earn $100 commissions from those you recruit who buy ACP package 2.
Buying at least one of these packages is necessary to start earning with the system. And there’s no refunds since you are paying members directly when you join.
There is no difference between these two packages in terms of what PRODUCTS you get either.
As you can see, the only real ‘extra’ you get with the second package is the ability to use your own autoresponder and customise your funnel.
So the only reason you would buy package 2 is if you want to earn more money recruiting people into Ad Copy Pros.
In any case, the total amount you can earn from a direct referral is $125.
There are two more things you need to know about this income stream before we proceed though…
- Your second direct referral passes up to whoever recruited you
- You forfeit any sales if you do not own the package your direct referral buys
Now with that out of the way, let’s move onto the second income stream.
Pass Up Commissions
This is where the MLM aspect of this system comes into play.
Your direct referrals are also going to be recruiting people under them. If/ when they do, their second referral ‘passes up’ to you.
So you can earn up to $125 per referral that passes up to you.
For example: You directly recruit 10 people, and you keep 9 since your second sale passes up. Out of those 9 people, they each must pass up their second sale to you.
This downline structure is known as a ‘reverse 1 up’. Which in this case, runs two levels deep and infinitely wide.
Is Ad Copy Pros a Scam or Legitimate Business?
In my opinion, Ad Copy Pros is not a legitimate business.
It’s true that you can make money by recruiting people who recruit people. But that doesn’t make something legitimate and it doesn’t mean it will last.
For a program to be legitimate it must be about selling REAL products and services to real consumers. Instead of mass recruiting.
But if you’re earning money and others are too, what’s the big deal?
The big deal is that the ENTIRE business model is about chain recruitment. You pay to join, so you can earn money from others you recruit into your downline.
There are legitimate MLM’s out there. But when there is virtually zero product focus, it is not a sustainable business model. In fact, it is more like a pyramid scheme than anything.
It’s true that you can make money with Ad Copy Pros. But you can make money with a LOT more legitimate methods that do not require you to recruit people who recruit people.
You can promote real products as an affiliate for example.
So I’m personally not a fan and I will not be recommending this to you. However, what you decide to do is entirely up to you.
Hopefully this has given you some insight into what it’s really about though. So you can make a more informed decision either way.
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