Product: Daily Web Biz
Owner: Anonymous/ Summit Peak Marketing
What appears to be a great income opportunity is really just a sneaky con designed to take your hard earned money. There are many red flags with this program and as you will see, this is connected to a long list of known scams. I do not recommend this and you'll see why below.
The strange thing I found about this particular program is there are actually 2 different versions of the same website. On one hand, you've got the fake news style sales page which claims this is a link posting job offer.
On the other hand there's a site selling the same product that claims it's about building an online business around content marketing.
Which is it? A link posting job or a content marketing business?
It simply doesn't make sense to sell the same product, for the same price, on the same domain but provide 2 entirely different descriptions about what it is. The stories aren't just different, they conflict each other completely.
So, What Is Easy Web Biz?
I didn't buy this program myself for many reasons as I explain, but mainly because I've purchased and reviewed these exact same programs before. The first sales page I showed you above describes a well know link posting scam, and since the second version is selling the same product for the same price, it's almost certainly the same thing.
Either way, posting links is not a real job or business and it sure as hell doesn't pay the kind of money this bogus calculator leads you to believe.
In my previous experience, the product is nothing more than some outdated training videos that vaguely explain the concept of affiliate marketing and do not help you make money or become successful. Affiliate marketing is totally legit, but it's sure as hell NOT a job and these people are not helping you learn this properly.
They have designed this to lure people into a slew of addittional purchases including high ticket coaching programs. Most people have no idea what to do after they buy and that's when the 'coach' is right there on the phone telling you to upgrade to "really" learn how this works.
They employ a team of telemarketers who's sole job is getting you to buy more stuff and this can get quite intrusive as I explain further down.
Exposing The Hype
In short, everything you see on the sales page is a lie. I realise that's a pretty wild claim and I don't expect you to just take me at my word, so pay close attention as I go through the reasons I say this.
Fake News Endorsements
After landing on the page we are greeted with the same old news video they use over and over. They've simply copied this clip, the news logos and presented them in such a way to make it look as if they've been featured in the news. They haven't.
I can assure you these guys have no affiliation, endorsement or association in any way with any reputable news network. It's a trick to gain your trust and get you to whip out your credit card.
Cami White Is NOT a Real Person
The second thing you'll notice is the story of a struggling single mother who "had a chilling day that changed here life". Folks, if you ever see this line, run for the hills!
That one line I just mentioned is practically the trademark of these scams and one of the key elements that ties them together. I am not kidding. To learn more about the sheer number of these scam sites and how they are related, check out the current scam alerts page. You'll soon see what I mean.
Anyway, Cami isn't real and the screenshots below are proof of this:
The entire story is made up, her name and her picture is just a stock photo. They use the single mother concept a lot so it must be good at converting people into buyers. Makes sense, it tugs at a persons heart strings and gets them buying emotionally.
Limited Positions Available
The whole "limited positions in your area" thing is a trick they use to increase their conversion rates. You see, they use a geo targeting software that detects where a person is accessing their site from. Then it simply states there are limited positions in your area which is more believable and increases the sense of urgency.
Using a sense of urgency is a very powerful strategy to get people skipping over the details and whipping out their credit cards. This is not wrong in itself, but in this context it's a red flag and something to be aware of. Check back on the site in a couple of weeks and it'll say the same thing.
The Fake Testimonials
Providing people with 'social proof' that their system works is fine, but since no one is actually making money with this, they use fake testimonials. The same old text is used over and over across their sites, while keeping the dates current and swapping the pictures around.
Much like our friend Cami, they are all fake and canned testimonials and cannot be trusted or verified. As you can see below, this guy is just a stock photo as well.
Their Infamous SPAM Policy
Whether you buy from these people or not, they get your details in the forms they make you fill out before getting to the order page. By giving them your name, email and phone you can expect to be spammed on a regular basis.
This is one of the hallmarks of their operation and it can get super annoying. Just giving those details isn't alarming, but it will get annoying. You will get spam email, text messages and calls from them and whoever they sell or share your information with.
I always recommend people use dummy info when filling out forms like that for this very reason. Once your details are out there, they will keep on being sold and rented to other marketers.
Is It Safe To Buy? Nope.
Perhaps one of the most alarming aspects of this is the payment conditions. Firstly, I have serious doubts about how secure their payment processing is. The dates on the 'Trust Guard' logos are more than 4 years out of date. The logos are normally able to be clicked and verified, these are not.
That is a HUGE red flag and something I urge you to be VERY careful of.
Second, the claim to offer you a full 30 day refund on the sale page as shown below:
Then, in the fine print they claim "the sale is final" and no refunds are issued. What the!? They do NOT issue any refunds!
It goes without saying that this is not just unethical, it is extremely misleading.
Unfortunately, there's nothing good I can say about this website, the many scams it's connected with or the underlying product. It is possible to create an income online but you should never pay to get a 'job' and in terms of a business, there are many more worthwhile training platforms available.
This one is likely only going to end with you losing money, becoming very frustrated and finding it near impossible to get a refund. In my opinion, this is a scam and I do not recommend it. Hope this helps!
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