Welcome to my review of Broke Dishwasher (brokedishwasher.com).
I came across this site today, which claims to give you a “3-step system a broke dishwasher used to make $114,501 in just 90 days”.
Sounds cool, but is this legit or some type of scam?
Let’s take a closer look to find out…
Broke Dishwasher (BrokeDishwasher.com) Review
I received an email about the BrokeDishwasher.com website today. The email said that by clicking the link, I could start making lots of money online in no time flat.
I’ve reviewed 100’s of ‘money making systems’ on this blog over the years, so I decided to take a closer look.
Upon landing on the page, I found a video presented by a guy named Teo Vee.
He talks about how he was a “broke dishwasher”, until he met some “14 year old kid” who showed him how to make money online, using a simple website.
The video goes on and on about how much money he makes, how easy it is and how simple it is for anyone to get started. Apparently, this is a 3 step system that you will learn within 6 videos.
And as soon as you pay the $47 to signup, you’ll start making money.
So not only was I skeptical of the bold claims he was making in the video, but I KNOW what this is all about and how it works. Which is why you need to pay close attention to what I’m about to share with you.
Let me explain…
How Does BrokeDishwasher.com Work?
The way this site works is by first of all sending you a SPAM email about an ‘amazing system’.
If you click through to the sales page, like I did, you’ll find a super ‘hypey’ sales pitch about making tons of money online, within a very short period of time.
If you pay the $47, you are actually getting access to My Ecom Club.
This is the underlying program here folks.
The entire BrokeDishwasher.com website is designed to get you to buy into this one program. They simply don’t tell you this until after you buy, because they don’t want you finding out the truth about what you’re really buying into here.
So what exactly are you buying into here?
The program itself is about making money with an e-commerce business model known as ‘dropshipping’.
This is where you sell physical products online, via an online store. The unique thing about dropshipping though, is you don’t need to stock any inventory. Rather, when someone buys from your store, the wholesaler you partner with, sends the product directly to the customer.
This is a legitimate business model, and you can make money doing this. However, this program is not what it seems.
First of all, they claim you can make all this money within “3 steps”:
- Setup your store
- Get visitors to your store
- Make money
Unfortunately, it’s nowhere near that simple.
The process of setting up a profitable dropshipping business is WAY more complex than this. And there are significant costs involved.
Second of all, there are $10,000’s in upsells. This is why you get a “personal startup advisor”, because that persons goal is selling you much higher ticket training programs.
Once they get you in the door, the upselling begins.
Not only that, but according to the comments I’ve been receiving in my review of My Ecom Club, they are even directing people to questionable loan companies to ‘help’ you buy.
Verdict – Is BrokeDishwasher.com a Scam?
Yes, in my opinion, the BrokeDishwasher.com website is a scam.
The entire sales pitch is misleading at best, and never tells you what you’re really buying into. Rather, everything is made to sound super simple and easy, like an ‘auto-pilot’ system.
Which it’s not. Dropshipping is a legitimate business model, and for $47 you do get some halfway decent training within My Ecom Club (the underlying program).
But it is not easy, push button or anything like that. Like anything worthwhile, it takes time and effort to get into profit.
Then there’s all of the hidden costs.
Not only do you have to fork out a lot of money for advertising with this model, but the program itself contains MANY high ticket upsells.
So if you do buy this, expect to be asked by your ‘advisor’ to spend $10,000’s.
What you decide to do is up to you, but there’s no way I could recommend this program to you in good conscience.
Either way I hope you found this review helpful.
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