I came across Fast Income Generator (FIG System) today via a spammy email I got (from someone I’ve never heard of).
From the moment I landed on the site, I knew I was looking at another scam. I know that’s a bold claim and I certainly don’t expect you to take my word for it.
So in this review, I will explain exactly why I say this…
Fast Income Generator Review
The Fast Income Generator website claims to offer people a work from home job with Amazon. Apparently this is a brand new opportunity that will allow you to “exploit a $685 billion company”.
They claim to give you a work from home kit or package, that “will simply add as much as $14,000 per month to your income”.
But I’ve seen this EXACT page before, so I knew what I was really looking at…
Amazon Cash Websites (pictured above) is a scam site. One that lures people into a program called Money Sucking Website System (or MSW System for short).
So MSW System is the real underlying program.
And you can read my full review of MWS System here.
Unfortunately this is not a legitimate program at all. It’s a scam that is ripping people off for $47 a pop and has been for a few months now.
If you have any doubts at all about the legitimacy of FIG System, read the above review.
You’ll be glad you did.
Anyways, the other thing I want to point out is that the story about Carol and Paul Miller is FAKE. Here’s the picture of Paul with his family…
The article talks about how Paul was skeptical but by following the system he’s now making money. But it’s completely fake and made up to trick you into buying.
Here’s proof that it’s really just a stock photo…
In come cases a testimonial can be real even though a stock photo is used. But in this case I seriously doubt it. Because this is the SAME story they used for Amazon Cash Websites…
Obviously this is a completely different person and photo, yet they have the same story. So it is logically void of any merit and not something I would be taking seriously.
So What Is Fast Income Generator Really About?
Fast Income Generator is a fake news report featuring a fictional family, and it’s purpose is selling you into a scam called MSW System.
Once on that site, you will see a video that talks about how you can quickly and easily make $500 per day online with a simple website.
However, I have already reviewed this system in detail and found it is not legitimate at all.
The technical term for this fake news article is an ‘advertorial’. Which is an article that appears to be real (AKA authentic) but in reality it’s a sales pitch.
If you scroll down to the bottom of the page you’ll see a disclaimer where they actually admit this in black and white (in the fine print).
How This Scam Works
This Fast Income Generator scam works by taking advantage of unsuspecting people, who do not understand the REAL process of earning money online.
Rather than sell you a real course about making money with Amazon as an affiliate or by selling your own products, they sell you a bunch of lies.
They talk about how much money you will make and how easy it will be. As if you will just set the system up and watch the cash start pouring in.
This is so far from reality I don’t even know where to begin.
Do not buy into this sort of thing folks. This is what people say who want your money.
They don’t care about you or your results. Period.
Anyways, once you get past the complete and utter dribble in the sales video, you’ll end up on the order page. Which is where you find out the system will cost you $47.
But as with all of these ‘systems’ there are upsells immediately after buying. So what starts with $47 ends up costing you a lot more if you’re not careful.
Don’t Fall For These Tricks…
I’ve reviewed many of these scams over the years. And while they come in different ‘shapes and sizes’ there are some very common tactics they all use.
And I want to point out a couple of these, so you know what to watch out for next time…
The first is fake scarcity.
This page, and the page it leads you to, use fake scarcity to fool more people into buying.
Fake scarcity is where a site ‘pretends’ there are ‘limited spots available’ or that ‘time is limited’. Because it’s a proven fact in marketing that people who feel they are missing out buy at a much higher rate. This is no secret.
And there is undeniable proof the spots are NOT limited. Because MSW System has been saying “only 8 spots are available” for months now.
This is 100% fake and there is nothing limited about it (refresh the page and it’ll say the same thing). Unfortunately this lie appears more credible with the use of the next tactic.
This site uses a software to detect your IP address, and customise the message accordingly. So for me (since I live in AU) it says that only so many spots are left in a town nearby. Whereas for you, it could say anything like “spots are limited in New York”.
This is a trick to make it appear more real and to increase the ‘believability’ of the limited spots BS.
In any case, it’s all fake. And the SOLE purpose is getting more people to buy. Be smart and don’t buy into this nonsense.
Fast Income Generator should really be called “Fake Income Generator” because that about explains it.
I obviously will not be recommending this to you. I only recommend REAL programs that actually teach you how to make money online. Not scams that suck money out of people.
Thankfully, not everything is a scam online.
But the reality is, if you want to earn real money you need to avoid stuff like this altogether. Because making real money online requires real effort and it takes time. And that’s once you find something real!
What you decide to do is up to you but that’s my take. Hope it helps.
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