Welcome to my review of Christmas Payout Program (AKA Christmas Profits).
I came across this site today via email, which apparently helps you start making extra money online for Christmas.
Sounds good, but is it legit or just another scam?
Let’s take a look…
Christmas Payout Program Review
The Christmas Payout Program website (eiusnon.com/start.php) claims it is helping “everyday Americans bring in extra Christmas spending cash this month”.
Without working a second job, joining a pyramid scheme, getting a payday loan, or taking online surveys.
According to Teo Vee (the guy behind the site), others using the program are earning $1,000’s in ‘Christmas payouts’.
But I remember Teo Vee from other reviews I’ve published on this site…
All of the above sites are run by Teo, or someone working with him. And they all promote the SAME underlying program, called My Ecom Club.
These sites are very unethical in my opinion.
And they all use similar marketing tactics to get people to fork out $47.
As in, the guy in the video (sometimes Teo, sometimes some random alias) discovered a ‘weird trick’ some ’14 year old’ showed him. Which immediately allowed him to start making big money on autopilot. And now he’s sharing his ‘secret system’ with you.
The only difference is, this time the site is using a ‘Christmas hook’ to capitalise on people who need extra money for Christmas.
In any case, this site, just like all the others, are setup for ONE reason- getting your money.
What Is Christmas Payouts Program All About?
Christmas Payouts Program (AKA Christmas Profits) is a new site run by Teo Vee, that promises to help ‘everyday Americans’ make extra money for Christmas.
In reality, you are really buying into a program called My Ecom Club.
My Ecom Club is a program that teaches people how to make money doing dropshipping. Which is an ecommerce business model that allows you to sell products without stocking any inventory.
The idea is to setup a Shopify store, and sell products to people who visit the store as normal. However, you don’t actually stock any inventory or ship anything yourself, because the wholesalers you partner with do that part for you.
This is a legitimate business model in an of itself, but it’s not as simple as this site is making out.
There are a LOT of extra costs involved and like any business, it takes time and effort to start seeing results.
How Does Christmas Payout Program Work?
Christmas Payout Program works by first of all sending out mass emails to get people to visit the page.
Which as I mentioned above, tells you how quick and easy it will be to start making money for Christmas. And that as long as you “buy before spots fill up” you will get access to the money making system.
Anyways, if you do buy, you will not start making money immediately.
Rather, you will be SPENDING more money.
Because the moment you upgrade, you are hit with upsells that range into the $1,000’s.
The initial $47 is just the beginning, there are a lot more costs involved that Teo doesn’t mention.
Not just with the program itself (upsells), but you also need money to setup your new ecommerce business.
For instance, there are costs involved in setting up your store and in driving traffic to your store. And make no mistake, it’s easy to spend a lot of money on traffic, very quickly, with nothing to show for it.
And even when you’ve spent all this extra cash, there is absolutely no guarantee you’ll be earning money in return.
Either way, even if you do make money, it certainly won’t happen overnight.
As with any business, it takes time and persistence to get into profit. The whole notion of making ‘quick money’ online is BS and this is no different.
In reality, these sales pages exist to make the maximum amount of money off of people who simply do not know any better.
It’s mostly hype.
Is Christmas Payouts Program a Scam?
In my opinion, Christmas Payouts Program is highly unethical, given how it literally is saying you can be making money before Christmas.
This is simply not going to happen.
Rather, the much more likely event is that you end up spending a bunch of money before Christmas.
And depending on which upsells you buy, and how much traffic you buy, you could end up spending a LOT more money.
My Ecom Club (the underlying program) does provide legitimate training on making money with a legitimate business model (dropshipping). So in that respect it’s not a scam.
But the upsells are massive.
According to some comments I’ve received within my review of My Ecom Club– some of the upsells run into the $10,000’s once you are deep into the system.
Which is insane.
You do not need to spend that kind of money to build a thriving online business.
Unfortunately, sites like this use pressure tactics to convince newbies to spend an absolute fortune. And they take advantage of the time sensitive nature of Christmas as a hook to lure you in to begin with.
My advice is that if you do want to build an ecommerce business, do your homework as you are now. And whatever you do, don’t buy into anything promising you success at the push of a button.
What you decide to do is up to you, but that’s my take. Hope it helps.
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