Hello and welcome to my review of Fast Home Sites.
I came across this site earlier today through an email someone sent me. That email took me to a site with the following headline: “copy my weird trick to make $1,000 per day”.
Jake is supposedly the person who will be giving you this “trick”. He says that by giving him $47, he’ll let you copy his system and give you a money making website.
Is it legit?
The simple answer is no, it’s not legit.
How do I know?
Because I actually remember this site from other reviews I’ve done on this blog. It’s basically just a clone of several other sites I’ve reviewed:
The only difference with Fast Home Sites, is they decided to call it something else. Either way, none of these sites are legit. They do not give you a real method of making $1K per day or more online. It’s just hype to get you to buy, so they can make a quick buck off of you.
Read on for the full review.
Fast Home Sites Review
The video on the site starts with “Jake” introducing himself and stating that he has “just created you an online business”.
He then says that he has setup your “brand new money making account”:
And all he did was “click his mouse a few times” to do it. He says it’s as easy as that to start making you money online, starting today.
He even says he’s going to show you “live proof” of how he’s making you money, as you watch the video. Which makes you curious to watch to the end, to see if it’s real.
And that’s the point.
Jake wants you to watch the video to the end, because from this point he uses every trick in the book to get you to fork out $47 for this “system”.
The whole video is designed to get you excited to buy.
This is why the video never shows you what it’s really about, how it works or anything tangible. It just talks about how much money you’ll make, and how easy it’s going to be.
In other words, the entire video is just a “get rich quick” sales pitch.
What’s It Actually About?
Fast Home Sites claims to give you a “copy and paste” money making system and website. One that makes you $1,000 per day or more online.
However, it’s really just a sales page for another program.
What do I mean?
Well, if you follow Jake’s instructions and click through to the order page, you will see that there is no such program as “Fast Home Sites”.
Instead, you are directed to buy an entirely different system on a different site altogether. Exactly which “system” you are directed to buy, depends on when you visit Fast Home Sites.
For example: at the time of writing this review, I was directed to buy a system called Money Sucking Websites (or MSW for short). However, I’ve seen other reviewers mention they were directed to purchase another system, called Website ATM.
It’s a bit confusing, I know.
The important thing to understand is that whoever’s running the Fast Home Sites website, isn’t selling you their own program or system.
They are simply redirecting you to buy someone else’s system.
And the reason they do this is because if you buy, they earn an affiliate commission. So they’re still making money off of you, even though they’re not actually selling you anything.
This is why the sales page and video are so generic.
You may have noticed that the spokesperson never mentions the name of the program within the video. This is by design. Because the site is setup to promote whatever is “trending” at the time. In other words, whatever scam will make them the most money.
Unfortunately, neither of the programs I just mentioned are legitimate. Which you can see for yourself by checking out the reviews I linked to above.
How Does It Work?
Let me start by saying, the pitch about “copying a weird trick” to make $1,000 per day is complete BS. There’s no such thing as copying a weird trick to make money online.
Second of all, “Jake” isn’t even giving you a money making system. Nor is he giving you a money making website. Because as I mentioned earlier, the FHS site just redirects you to buy other programs that other people have created. To earn a commission off of you.
So even if he did have the “trick” to getting rich fast, he’s not sharing it with you or I.
Which means, the entire sales pitch is nonsense.
The way this system really works, is to make the people running it money. Off the back of people like you, who are probably just looking for an honest way to earn money online.
As far as MSW and Website ATM go, neither of these sites show you how to earn $1,000 per day online. Instead, they get you in the door at a low price point (like $47). And then once you buy, they start upselling you more and more stuff.
The cost of the upsells typically run into the $100’s or even $1,000’s. They do this because their real purpose isn’t helping you make money online. It’s profiting off you.
Either way, making money with a website is not as “fast” or “easy” as any of these sites make out. Real success with any website takes time and effort. It is the result of learning what works, and by putting in consistent effort over time.
Anyone can put up a “done for you” website and start promoting products.
But if you want the site to actually make you money, you need to generate traffic. And to generate traffic, your site needs to be unique and give people value.
The whole idea of putting up a site that automatically makes you money is a fictional story these people made up. If it was that easy, we’d all be rich by “clicking a few buttons”.
Is Fast Home Sites a Scam?
I believe Fast Home Sites could be considered a scam depending on how you look at it.
On the one hand, it’s not a scam because the site doesn’t sell you anything. It simply redirects you to other sites. And it does so to earn affiliate commissions if/ when you buy.
On the other hand, they use a bunch of sketchy marketing tricks to get you to do it. Like get rich fast hype, fake income screenshots and fake testimonials among other things.
And they direct you to buy “money making systems” that in my opinion will not help you make any money at all. Let along $1K per day. They do not provide you with any real training, websites or support at all.
These are just unethical, low quality programs that are full of upsells. So if you do buy, you could end up spending a lot more money than you make.
I think it’s safe to say at this point that I will not be recommending Fast Home Sites.
Because instead of showing you how to build a real online business, and giving you real value, they try to make a quick buck selling you junk.
It is possible to earn money on the internet.
But you need to start by learning a real, legitimate business model. Like affiliate marketing for example. And once you learn how it works, put in the effort over time to create a successful business. It won’t happen overnight or at the push of a few buttons.
The only people who want you to believe this, are those who are trying to make money off of you at any cost. They don’t care about helping you learn real skills. They only care about telling you what you want to hear, to make a quick buck.
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