I came across the Get The Discovery website (getthediscovery.com) today.
Apparently, Ron Porter is the guy behind the site. He says he’s going to show you a “weird trick” that can make you $500 to $1000 per day.
He claims that this same “trick” made an eight year old girl $490,600.
The whole thing sounds a bit too good to be true to be honest. But I decided to take a closer look to see if it’s legit or just another scam.
Read on for the full review.
What Is Get The Discovery About?
Get The Discovery (located at getthediscovery.com) is a new site that claims to provide people with a done for you money making system.
The site is apparently run by Ron Porter, who claims he was “just where you are now”.
That is, until he discovered a “weird trick” that took him from $9.50 per hour bank teller to $2,751 in his first month. He says that these days he makes insane amounts of money with the system.
And now he wants to show you this done for you system, so you can make money.
In the video, Ron says that the system is literally just a one page website. Where all you need to do is “follow the instructions and hit go”.
And it’s so simple even an eight year old (apparently named Alina Morse) is making tons of money with it.
Unfortunately, this is not the real story at all, it’s a sales pitch and a misleading one at best. As I will soon explain this appears to be a sales page for a program called My Ecom Club.
How Does It Work?
When you land on the page you first of all have to sit through the sales video. With Ron explaining how easy it will be to pocket $500 to $1000 or more per day.
The ONLY tangible thing he explains about what you’re getting, is that it’s a one page website. And apparently people are going to be buying products through your page, so you can earn money from that.
In reality this could mean anything from affiliate marketing to an e-commerce store.
One of the things I see a lot among scam sites is they don’t actually tell you what you’re buying. They just tell you how easy it will be to get rich quickly.
So this was a red flag for me.
Anyways, if you watch the video for long enough a ‘buy now’ button appears. This is where you discover that the cost of the product is $97.
From here I decided to click through to the order page, to see if I could learn anything else about the program. And I found that it’s the same order page as a program I recently reviewed called Job Killer.
Same price, same order page. And with mention of a guy called Rocky Lin:
Not to mention, the sales page itself is quite similar too.
Anyways, the Job Killer site was just a sales page for My Ecom Club. So given the similarities here, logic would dictate that this is what is being promote here too.
The trouble with these kinds of ‘generic’ sales pages is they could realistically be promoting ANYTHING. So the same page could literally be promoting something else next week or month.
Are People Really Making Money With This System?
As I was watching the sales video I couldn’t help but notice the testimonials were fake.
I know this because first of all the shoddy acting (no offence). And second of all I actually recognise several of them from other reviews.
For example this guy claims to have made $40k within 2 short months:
Yet, here he is as an actor on a site called Fiverr:
As you can see, he sells fake testimonials for a living. To be fair they do disclose this in the fine print within the video. But it is what it is if you ask me.
If real people really are making such incredible money with he system- why do the need to hire actors?
Verdict- Is Get The Discovery a Scam?
Get The Discovery is nothing more than an overhyped sales pitch, and could realistically be promoting anything.
Based on the sales material, I would say that yes it is a scam. Because this is very misleading marketing in my opinion.
However, the underlying program (which I believe to be My Ecom Club) isn’t a scam. Or at least it doesn’t appear to be from what I could see after signing up. I can’t say for certain that’s what the site is promoting but it certainly looks that way.
Feel free to check out the link I provided earlier, if you want to read my review of that program.
In any case, I would never recommend anything promising to make you insane amounts of money using a “weird trick”. This is precisely how scams operate and it’s not the reality of making real money online.
Nothing is ever ‘done for you’ as the sites suggests. This is literally something scammers say to make themselves rich, preying on people who do not know any better.
Real businesses take time and effort to build. And real money isn’t made by chasing after shiny objects like this. What you decide to do is your call, but I’m not recommending this.
Update: October 19, 2018 – This scam has changed it’s name to “Discover The Plan” (located at discovertheplan.com). This site claims you will learn a “weird online trick” to start making easy money online. This “trick” was apparently discovered by an 8 year old girl who used it to make $490,600. It wouldn’t surprise me if they changed the name and URL again either, because it makes it harder for people to find honest reviews.
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