As soon as I saw the CTP Today website I knew what I was looking at…
Yet another clone site run by “Richard Paul” with the same old sales video. Where Richard promises you that by watching the video to the end, you will get at least $500.
And if you follow his instructions, you can make big money online.
Unfortunately, that’s not exactly the real story.
Read on to get the truth before you buy…
What Is CTP Today About?
CTP Today (AKA Cash In On That Passion) is a site with one purpose- selling you into MOBE.
The website (ctptoday.com) is the exact same site, with the exact same video, I’ve seen before. Richard Paul uses this same funnel on other sites I’ve reviewed such as Countdown To Profits, Big Profits Plan and Instant Success System.
I’ve also seen other similar versions on sites like Massive Internet Profits.
In any case, as I mentioned earlier, the purpose of the CTP Today website is to funnel you into MOBE.
The good news about MOBE is, it’s not an outright scam. You do get some training and you can make money following that training. Potentially even large sums of money over time.
The bad news is, the sales video leaves a LOT of information out. So what you THINK you’re getting yourself into, and what you are getting into, are probably worlds apart.
Because this is a ‘pay to play’ recruiting MLM system. Which means, in order to ‘qualify’ to earn the large commissions Richard talks about, you need to buy the products yourself.
Which will cost you a VERY large amount of money.
Let me explain…
How CTP Today Really Works
The first thing you need to understand is that this system costs a lot to participate in.
CTP Today itself costs $97 but that’s just the beginning. The TRUE cost of this system only goes up from there.
To qualify for the real commissions this system was designed for, you need to pay anywhere from $2,497 to $29,997.
No, that is not a typo and I am being serious.
Purchasing these higher level training products, is how you then qualify to promote this stuff to others. As a MOBE affiliate.
Right after joining, you will be contacted by your ‘coach’ who will try to convince you to spend more money on more programs. If you don’t your chances of making this system work are extremely low.
So let’s recap real quick:
- Purchase CTP Today for $97 (when you could actually buy it for $49)
- Get some beginner training on affiliate marketing
- Learn you need to spend $10,000’s to make the system work
- Probably try to refund because most people can’t afford that
This about sums up how this system really works. It’s not that you can’t make money, you just need deep pockets.
And to be clear, just because you spend the big money, doesn’t mean you will be successful either. Not at all. This is just how you get ‘qualified’ to start promoting the system to others.
The truth is, these done for you systems are not that simple.
Do You Really Get $500? Kinda.
This is actually a two-part question.
On one hand, the whole “you get $500 for watching the video” thing is complete bullshit. Period. Once you get to the order page you find out it’s really just a discount on the product. But that’s a fake discount.
For a fact, you can purchase the SAME training (21 step beginner affiliate training run buy MOBE) for $49 if you straight to the source. So not only is this guy not giving you a $500 discount, he’s actually charging you near double the price!
On the other hand, MOBE itself does provide a ‘legitimate’ $500 guarantee. I mean, I don’t know if they honour it, but this is a guarantee the company has in place. So it is real and assuming the company hours it, legit.
Anyways, to qualify for this, you need to purchase the first ‘Silver’ level membership on top of your initial purchase, for just under $2.5k. And follow the instructions they give you closely. In this way, you apparently qualify for the $500 back if you’re not happy.
So (best case) it comes with some serious strings attached.
Is CTP Today a Scam?
CTP Today is a scam in the way the site markets the ‘opportunity’ to you.
There’s fake countdown timers and misleading claims about making quick and easy money. It’s generally just a bunch of BS run by an anonymous affiliate. So I highly recommend disregarding the entire sales pitch.
With that being said, MOBE itself is not a scam. Since you do get training for your money and you can earn a real income promoting MOBE.
However, I think whether or not most people would consider MOBE a scam, comes down to HOW it’s being promoted. I’ve seen some affiliates promote it ethically, while I’ve seen others (like this person) promote it in a truly unethical manner.
So I think the biggest deciding factor on whether it’s a scam, is knowing what you are getting yourself into.
If you join hoping $49 will take you all the way, you’re in for a very disappointing journey. And you will likely consider it a scam. However, if you’re happy to pay 5 figures to promote the same system to others, and you love the products, you probably won’t.
I’ve seen a lot of these sites over the years, and CTP Today (or Cash In On That Passion) is no different.
These sites promise you the world at the push of a button. And once they buy, you are sold lots of other stuff, until you cannot possibly buy anymore.
Safe to say I am not a fan of this business model in general.
And I do not recommend it either. Because you absolutely do not need to spend such insane amounts of money to create a profitable online business. You should expect to spend some money, but you don’t need to join a system like this to be successful.
In any case, what you do is up to you. Hopefully this helps you decide either way
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