Get This Plan is a site that claims you can make big money with a “secret Vatican investment”…
Apparently, in 2015 the Pope’s treasurer approved a ‘surprising investment decision’. One that has been ‘secretly’ distributing monthly checks to regular people all over the globe.
Now the secret is out and you can start making money right away.
Sounds a bit too good to be true, doesn’t it?
Let’s take a closer look to see if it’s legit or just an other scam…
What Is Get This Plan About?
Get This Plan (getthisplan.com) is a sales funnel for My Ecom Club.
What this means is that it’s not a product in and of itself, it’s a sales funnel for another product. I know the underlying product is My Ecom Club for several reasons.
First of all, the guy in the video (who is a voice over) says his name is Teo Vee. Who is one of the main people who present the training within My Ecom Club.
Second, the video explains that you will be joining a ‘commerce club’ in order to make money with this system. Which is exactly what My Ecom Club is about- e-commerce.
Third of all, the order page is identical to other similar sales funnels I’ve reviewed such as Get The Discovery which also promote My Ecom Club. Same $97 price tag, same pitch, same everything.
So I am confident that ‘Get This Plan’ is in reality a front for My Ecom Club.
How Does It Work?
This system is all about e-commerce. Specifically, drop shipping with Shopify.
How this works is you set up a store using Shopify and sell physical products on that store. However there is no cost of inventory because you are ‘dropshipping’ to customers.
Which means you have a special arrangement with your chosen suppliers that means they will ship the orders customer make on your site, directly to their door.
So what happens is, someone buys through your store at retail, then you pay the vendor at wholesale, and they then ship the product to the customer. Leaving you with the profit margin (difference between wholesale and retail).
This process sounds easy and in some respects it is.
But make no mistake… there is a lot of work involved snd it’s nowhere near as easy as the video makes out.
What’s more, it has literally NOTHING to do with the Vaticamn or any religion at all. Nor does it have anything to do with investing!
This is nothing more than a sneaky marketing tactic that they are using to make it sound unique. It’s not and to be honest I find this very misleading.
In fact, the entire sales pitch is misleading because it obviously has nothing to do with a “secret investment” at all. This is a business and like any business it takes a significant amount of effort and time to get into profit.
Fake Testimonials – a Common Red Flag
One of the common red flags I see among scam sites is the use of fake testimonials. People who join often aren’t making real money, so they hire actors to make out as if people are.
Anyways turns out in this case the testimonials are fake. Take this one for example…
She claims to have made over $81k with the system, yet she’s really just an actress…
This kind of thing always makes me skeptical.
I mean, if real people really are making such amazing money, why do they need to hire actors?
Do You Really Get a ‘Private Coach’?
One of things brought out within the sales video is that you get access to an ‘advisor’ who will be helping you make money.
I have reviewed My Ecom Club in detail which is how I know that to get access to this, you will need to fork out an additional $1,997.
I did not buy that upsell so I can’t say for sure how good that coaching is or isn’t. But I can say that once again they are leading people to believe they are getting something they aren’t.
Most people who join this won’t be able to afford such a high investment. They know this, so they get people in at the small cost of $97 and then hit you with this upsell once you’re inside.
Be careful of this, this can be a good way to lose significant amounts of money if you’re not careful.
Verdict – Is Get This Plan a Scam?
Yes, Get This Plan is a scam in my opinion.
Because the video lures people into My Ecom Club under completely false pretences. Claiming it’s a ‘push button’ way to make lots of money quickly. And that is has to do with a ‘secret Vatican investment’.
These are all complete and utter lies. Period.
With that being said, the underlying program (My Ecom Club) doesn’t appear to be a complete scam. Although I have been seeing a lot of these scam funnel sites promoting it lately so it certainly makes me wonder.
In any case, you can definitely make money with e-commerce since it’s a legit business. But don’t expect to make lots of money at the push of a button. This is not the reality of online business.
This is something scammers say to sell you their scam, so they can make money off of your inexperience.
What you decide to do is up to you, hope this helps either way.
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