Welcome to my review of Copy and Paste Ads.
This is a new system that claims you can earn up to $300 per day “copying and pasting ads” online. Apparently, the whole thing is ‘done for you’ so anyone can start making money right away.
Sounds exciting, but I’m a little skeptical.
And since you’re reading this, I’m guessing you might be too.
In any case, I decided to take a closer look at this to see if it’s legit or really just another scam. And in this review, I’ll show you exactly what I found.
Copy And Paste Ads Review
The Copy And Paste Ads website (copyandpasteads.com) is a simple one page site that pitches the system. There’s no mention of who owns or runs the site, just a couple videos, some text and a ‘buy now’ button.
The first video basically says that this is a complete done for you automated system where 99% of the work is already done for you. All you need to do is signup, copy some ads, and paste them on popular sites like Facebook and Craigslist.
The cost to join the system is $149.95 which gives you what you need to get rolling.
Such as some training, auto-reply software, pre-written ad copy and some 1-minute voicemail audios. Along with a list of sites you can post these ads on.
Sounds simple enough, and there’s a bunch of testimonials from people who claim to be making money with the system. Which makes it look credible.
However, there are some serious red flags with this system…
For one thing, this is VERY similar to a site I reviewed earlier this year called Ad Copy Pros.
Same concept, similar sales pitch and the way the system works is very similar. So similar in fact, that it wouldn’t surprise me if it’s the same people running it.
Especially since Ad Copy Pros is now defunct.
Second of all, the way this business model works is akin to a cash gifting scheme. Whereby the MAIN focus is recruiting people who recruit people, and where members are actually paying other members directly.
The third red flag is that NOTHING is ever that easy or ‘done for you’. Posting ads all over the internet might seem easy, and you might make a few sales this way. But if you want to build a real income, you will need to learn real skills.
Either way, this method of marketing is not a legitimate way to build your business. This is SPAM and it will very likely get your social accounts banned.
So to sum it up… Copy And Paste Ads is almost identical to Ad Copy Pros, a now defunct scam. The business model is sketchy at best, and the marketing methods are seriously spammy.
Read on to learn more about how this system works…
How Does Copy And Paste Ads Work?
Here’s how the system works in a nutshell:
- Join for $149.95
- Copy and paste spammy ‘job offer ads’ onto sites like Craigslist, Facebook and Linkedin
- People see the ads, and some will text your unique codeword to the 24 hour hotline
- That person then gets an auto-reply sms message linking them to the same page you joined through
- If they join, you make a $100 commission
- Continue posting ads (AKA spamming) to earn more money
The good news is, assuming the system works as it claims, you can make money this way. And this is what most people care about when it comes to joining stuff like this.
As long as it makes you money, then what’s the big deal?
Well the truth is there are MANY ways to earn money online, this is just one way. And it is in my opinion not an ethical model, nor is it a long-term business.
Why do I say this?
Well, let’s start with the ads themselves…
As you can see, you are going to be posting these ads in such a way that they appear as ‘job offers’. As if you are literally advertising a job that someone can start right away.
This in and of itself is misleading in my opinion.
Because this is not even close to a job. It is a business (if you’d even call it that) where you are promoting an income opportunity.
Either way, it’s certainly not as easy as they are making it sound.
If it was, everyone would be crushing it.
The reality is that like ANY type of online business, there’s a lot of learning to be done, effort you need to put in and time it takes for you to get into profit.
Anyone telling you that “all the work is done for you”, is not being honest with you. Nothing (and I mean nothing) is that easy when it comes to making money online.
Success is not the result of ‘plugging into a system’. It’s the result of hard work and persistence.
So to sum up the way this system works… you join for for $149.95, learn how to SPAM ads all over the internet and recruit people who pay you $100 directly. These same recruits then go out and do the exact same thing as you.
You can definitely make money this way, but as I’ve explained it’s not very legitimate or longterm. A point which I will discuss further in the next section.
Is Copy And Paste Ads a Scam?
Copy and Paste Ads isn’t a scam from the point of view that you do get some ‘stuff’ for your money, and you can earn an income with the system.
But it’s not legitimate because in my opinion, it operates as a chain recruiting cash gifting scheme.
The entire concept revolves around recruiting people who pay you $100 directly (cash gifting) who recruit others using the same methods (chain recruiting).
If there were ‘multiple levels’ involved (which I don’t think there are), this would be a clear cut pyramid scheme. There may be an ‘multi-level’ component to this, but not according to the video.
Either way, chain recruiting and member to member gifting payments does not equate to a legitimate business model. Nor is this a longterm, sustainable way to create an income for yourself online.
Why? Because rather than promoting genuine products and services, using proper and ethical internet marketing methods, you are using spammy methods to promote a recruiting scheme.
You may get a few sales this way, but longterm this is a very ineffective strategy and it’s a good way to have your accounts in every major platform banned. Not to mention, ruin your reputation.
Even with legitimate marketing methods, these schemes simply never last.
What I’ve seen with these types of schemes over the years, is that there’s quite often a lot of hype in the beginning. But eventually it becomes clear that only a handful of people are making money with the system, and eventually it falls apart when people lose interest and recruiting slows.
This is what likely happened to Ad Copy Pros too.
Copy And Paste Ads is a chain recruiting cash gifting scheme. One that sees you posting spammy little ads all over the internet, in an effort to recruit as many people as possible. Earning $100 commissions for each new recruit in the process.
The $49.95 goes to the people running this (whoever they are). So they are making a nice profit from your effort, whether you win or lose.
In any case, it is possible to make money this way, but it’s not legitimate.
If you want to join, that is entirely up to you. I hope it works out for you and I wish you the very best. But I certainly will not be recommending this.
Either way, I hope this review has been helpful.