I came across the Copy Paste Commissions website today via an email I received.
From the moment I landed on the website, I knew I was looking at another ‘make money online’ sales pitch. You know the ones… videos full of get rich quick hype and fake actors etc.
Anyways, I decided to dig deeper to see what this ‘system’ was all about…
Copy Paste Commissions Review
Let me first point out that this is a review about CopyPasteCommissions.com.
I wanted to be clear about this because there’s another ‘make money online’ program using the same name. But it’s run by a different marketer and it’s an entirely different system.
Anyways, this Copy Paste Commissions is brought to you by a guy named “Chris”.
He claims to be some internet millionaire ‘living the high life’ and says his ‘super secret system’ is going to help you do the same.
Like I haven’t heard that a million times before!
If you watch a fair way through the sales video (that’s a link to the sales video on YouTube) he says that his full name is “Chris Harter”. I’m not sure if that’s the correct spelling, since he doesn’t show it on screen, but that’s what I heard.
At no point does he provide a picture of himself or a link to any social profiles. And he’s using an anonymous domain registration according to the who.is database, so who knows who he really is.
I did find a pretty big hole in his story though. He claims he bought this house thanks to the money he makes from this system…
But I found that same image on a stock photography website…
When you combine this with the totally unsubstantiated income screenshots he uses, his story looks pretty fake to me. In reality, he’s probably just another internet guru selling people a made up story.
What’s Copy Paste Commissions About?
Copy Paste Commissions is marketed as a “copy and paste” system that can make you $1,000 or more within 24 hours. The video says most new people who start make at least $10k within their first 30 days.
Certainly sounds like something most people would want, right?
In reality, Copy Paste Commissions is not even a program in and of itself. It’s a website that funnels people into various ‘bizopps’ and ‘make money’ programs.
The actual program it funnels you into changes based on what makes them more money at the time. You see, they get a commission if you buy whatever they send you to.
At the time of writing this review, the Copy Paste Commissions website funnels you into a program called ‘Automated Daily Income’…
This is a 21 step training program that costs $49. And it’s NOTHING like the sales pitch describes.
The true costs far exceed this initial outlay and the time it takes to make that level of income is a lot longer than the video makes out.
But that’s the point with these scammy ‘funnel’ websites.
Rather than actually telling you how the underlying program works, they spend the whole time selling you the dream. Despite the sales video lasting for more than 22 minutes, the details of the system are never explained.
It’s all about how you can make tons of money quickly and easily. And it only takes 20-30 minutes of work per day to make it happen.
It’s all a complete load of BS. Every word of it.
Here’s How The System Really Works
Once you click through from the Copy Paste Commissions website, you will land on the checkout page for Automated Daily Income.
Again, this may change in future. But as of writing this, this is the program the CPC site is funnelling people into.
In short, Automated Daily Income is owned by MOBE, a high ticket MLM company. So once you pay the $49 you will go through a 21 step training about affiliate marketing.
Which is all good and well, I don’t consider MOBE to be a scam in and of itself. But the Copy Paste Commissions website does not prepare you for the reality of what’s in store.
The truth is, if you want to make decent money with that 21 step training, you need to spend well into the $10,000’s to ‘qualify’. Otherwise you end up with some beginner training and that’s the end of it.
The initial purchase is simply ‘getting you in the door’. That’s it.
In any case, you are certainly not joining a system that makes you $10,000’s a month by doing 20-30 minutes of work per day. That is a very misleading marketing pitch and a far stretch from the truth.
Proof The Testimonials Are 100% FAKE
One thing I see a lot with sites like Copy Paste Commissions is the use of fake testimonials.
There are numerous people claiming they’re making big money with this system. They claim they were complete beginners and say that Copy Paste Commissions changed their life in a very short period of time.
Bullshit. These are ALL paid actors!
Here’s just a sample of the people claiming to be making money with this system…
Now here they are on Fiverr.com selling their acting services…
Nothing against the actors themselves I guess. It’s a job. But it does make you wonder why “Chris” would need to hire actors to give testimonials?
If the system really is making people so much money, they wouldn’t need to hire actors.
Verdict- Is Copy Paste Commissions a Scam?
The Copy Paste Commissions website is a scam. Yes.
As I explained earlier, Copy Paste Commissions is not a program in and of itself. It’s a scammy website that funnels people into other programs. They make money if you buy whatever they promote at the time.
So I call it a scam in that, it’s FULL of misleading hype and never explains what you’re really getting yourself into. Rather, it gets people excited about a ‘push button’ fantasy that simply does not exist.
The underlying program, as of writing this, is called Automated Daily Income.
Which is a 21 step training run by MOBE and not something I consider an outright scam. You do get some training for your money and you can potentially earn a significant income following their methods. So I don’t think it’s fair to label that a scam.
However, you should be prepared to have a substantial startup budget. Because there are much higher ticket upsells awaiting you if you do follow that training.
Whatever you decide, I hope this review has been helpful.