Welcome to my review of Cash Sniper.
This is a new ClickBank product that claims to show you how to make $3,500 commissions online, using a secret system. Apparently, “all the heavy lifting is done for you”.
Sounds cool, but chances are you’re skeptical and want to know if this is legit, or just another ‘make money online’ scam.
Here’s what you need to know before buying…
Cash Sniper Review
I came across the Cash Sniper website (www.cashsniper.co) through an email somebody sent me. The site consists of a video and a button to buy this $9 “system”.
Much of the video talks about how quick and easy it’ll be to start making big money online.
Apparently, everything is pretty much “done for you” so all you need to do is “plugin” and watch the money roll in. As if you will be “set” for life right after you buy.
Then there’s a few testimonials from people who claim to be making $100,000’s with the system. Like this guy for example, who claims he used the money he made with the system to buy a house…
Unfortunately, all of this is pure BS and I’ll explain exactly why I say this.
First of all, the entire sales pitch is FULL of misleading hype.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of programs on this blog over the years, so I know BS when I see it. Not once have I ever seen a program making such wild claims, actually deliver.
This is pure hype and it shows that these people only care about making money off of you, rather than actually helping you succeed online.
Second of all, the testimonials are fake.
One thing I see a lot among these ‘make money online’ programs is the use of fake testimonials to support their scam claims. Nobody who buys is actually making any level of significant income, so they need to hire ACTORS to ‘pretend’ like they’re making money.
I don’t expect you to take my word for it though, so here’s proof…
As you can see, this guy is really just an actor and sells his acting gigs on a site called Fiverr.
I find this extremely misleading on the part of those who created this program. And considering the other red flags I’ve seen to this point, we’re not off to a good start.
In any case, let’s take a closer look at what this ‘system’ is about and how it works, so you know what to expect if you do decide to buy.
How Does Cash Sniper Work?
The ‘system’ works by sending you a spammy email about making tons of easy money online. From there, you wind up on the sales page which uses a bunch of “get rich quick” hype to convince you to buy.
Like many other scams, the site also uses ‘fake scarcity’ to make it seem like you need to buy before “spots run out”. This is an easy lie to spot, simply refresh the page and the number of ‘spots’ resets.
Anyways, the program itself costs $9 and is about making money with affiliate marketing.
Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model. I know this first hand, since this is how I earn a full time income online. The idea is to promote other companies products, in return for a commission.
It’s a relatively simple business model but it takes time and effort to get into profit, like any real business does. You won’t just signup and use the system to start making money.
This is total BS. The video makes it sound as if you will just scoop up easy commissions. But this is simply NOT how affiliate marketing works, something I know from personal experience.
Anyways what you’re really getting here, is a basic training on affiliate marketing. The sort of stuff you can easily find online for free, so it’s arguably not even worth $9.
This is not a secret system and it will not make you tons of money on autopilot.
And if you do buy, you will immediately be hit with upsells. And the sales tactics they use to sell you the upsells, is very pushy and designed to get you to buy on impulse. Because this is how these people profit off of you.
They get you ‘in the door’ at $9 and then immediately sell you into higher ticket programs.
Verdict – Is Cash Sniper a Scam?
In my opinion, Cash Sniper is a scam in the way it is marketed.
The sales material is complete and utter nonsense. From misleading “get rich quick” hype, to fake testimonials and scammy upsell promos immediately after you buy.
The program itself does deliver you some very basic value, so in that sense it’s not a scam.
But what you are getting is NOTHING like the sales pitch. And to be honest I would be surprised if anyone makes any money after buying this, simply because it’s not comprehensive enough.
To learn how to do affiliate marketing the right way, you need proper tools, training and support. Not some ‘shiny object’ made by people who only care about making money off of you.
The only people making ‘real money’ off of this program, are the people selling it to you. Their aim is to sell you ‘the dream’ so you buy on impulse, and line their pockets in the process.
What you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this to you.