Today I came across a site that claims you can make money “clicking and flipping pictures”.
I have to admit, that sounds fake to me, so I was skeptical about this from the get go. And after digging further, it turns out the whole concept is complete and utter BS after all.
In this review, I’ll show you exactly why I say this…
Click N’ Flip Review
The sales video on the website (n-drousto.com/start.php) is presented by Teo Vee, who claims you can make money flipping pictures. This is the first I’ve heard of this money making method, so I was curious if nothing else.
I was also very skeptical from the get go too. Because the site is virtually identical to several other scam sites I’ve reviewed over the past few months. Such as Passive Money Miracle, Get This Plan and Get The Discovery.
Even the testimonials in the video are the same (which are really just actors from Fiverr).
Anyways, Teo Vee claims that a ’14 year old French genius’ showed him how to make money clicking and flipping pictures online.
Apparently, all you need to do is copy and paste the image onto your site, and when people click, you earn money. He claims that a “big site” pays you when people click on the image, and when that happens the picture “flips”.
I have to admit I am laughing as I am writing this- because it really is THAT ridiculous.
I’ve seen a LOT of sites online, with a lot of wild claims. And this would have to be one of the biggest loads of absolute BS I have heard within the ‘make money online’ space in a while.
This sales page is honestly insulting a persons intelligence. Similar to scam sites that claim you make money “flipping ads“.
What these sites are really doing, is taking an existing business model (in this case e-commerce) and grossly misrepresenting it. To the point it is a total fairy tale that shares no resemblance to something real.
What Is “Click N Flip” About?
The Click N Flip website is a sales funnel for a site called My Ecom Club, which is all about setting up a drop shipping business.
What this means is that it is NOT a program in and of itself. It simply exists to promote an entirely different program, and one they do not even tell you about until AFTER you buy.
The reason I know the underlying program is really My Ecom Club, is because Teo Vee is the creator of that program, and this site is virtually a clone of all the other MEC funnel sites he uses to promote this.
So what they are doing, is making “Click N Flip” look like a different program to what you are really buying. So that you can’t find real reviews of the underlying program (since you don’t know what it is) until after you buy.
This kind of ‘bait and switch’ routine is very common among scam sites.
And these MY Ecom Club funnel sites are popping up all over the internet, running under different names and URL’s. But they are all the same and promote the same thing.
How This ‘Money Making Method’ Works…
First of all, there is no such thing as clicking and flipping pictures to make money. Period.
I earn a full-time income online and know the difference between a real and fake business model. And this folks, is absolutely NOT a real business model at all. It is a ‘hook’ to convince you to buy.
Here’s how this site really works (in a nutshell):
- Convince you that you can make money clicking and flipping pictures online
- Ask you to fork out $47 to get access
- You then find out that what you really bought into, is My Ecom Club
- And you then learn that this is about e-commerce and the real costs are well into $10,000’s
Yes, the REAL costs with My Ecom Club run very high…
The program is setup to get you in the door at a low price point ($47), but the real goal is to lead you into progressively higher and higher upsells. As I explain in my review of My Ecom Club, the first of these major upsells is $1,997.
However, as someone who recently commented on that review pointed out- that is only the beginning. The upselling runs well into the $10,000’s.
Which is absolutely insane. You do not need to spend that sort of money to build a profitable drop shipping business.
Drop shipping is a form of e-commerce where you can sell products on the internet, without buying an inventory. The basic idea is to setup a Shopify store and place ‘pictures’ of products in your store. And when people buy, you buy from the wholesaler and they then ship the product to the customer.
You earn the difference between what the customer pays you and what you pay the wholesaler in China for example.
This is a legitimate business model.
But it is nowhere near as simple as the Click N Flip site makes out. There is a lot that can go wrong so you need to know what you are doing. And like any business, it takes time and effort to see results.
It certainly is NOT as easy as “flipping pictures”. Not even close.
The Click N Flip website is a scam in my opinion, because it misleads people into buying a completely different program. And it uses an incredibly sketchy sales pitch to do so.
There is literally no such thing as clicking and flipping images to make money.
At one point I didn’t consider My Ecom Club a scam (the underlying program). However given the sheer number of scammy sales funnel sites (like this one) promoting it, I am starting to re-think that. Not to mention, the hidden upsells that run into the $10,000’s are alarming and show the real intention of this program.
What you decide to do is up to you, but I am definitely not recommending this.
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