The Guaranteed Email System appears to be a simple way to make money online.
All you need to do is create your ‘free’ account and start sending out emails. It takes less than a minute per day, and you’re on track to begin earning $1,000’s per month!
Easy right? But chances are you’re skeptical. And you should be, because this system is not what it appears to be.
Read this review to find out what it’s really about…
What Is Guaranteed Email System?
The Guaranteed Email System (AKA the GIM System) first popped up in 2016. There’s no mention of who owns the site, with the domain (gimsystemtraining.com) being registered anonymously.
The system pays participants 20 cents per click generated within any email they send out. Participants can also refer others into the same system, and earn 5 cents per click generated from each referral.
This might sound like a simple way to make money quickly, but the reality is quite different.
In reality, this is an elaborate SPAM system.
When you participate, you are doing the scammers dirty work. What’s worse, the program you promote (within the emails themselves) is a known scam.
Read on to see what I mean…
How Does This ‘System’ Work?
As a free member, you are strongly encouraged to pay either $47 or $97 per month to have your account filled with subscribers.
This is made to look like ‘step 1’. They even throw a bogus 15 minute timer in and say “this is what you need to do before the timer ends”.
In addition to this, you MUST create an account with My Inbox Pro and pay anywhere from $27 to $199 per month for an email autoresponder account. This is essential to make this system work as your My Inbox Pro account ‘syncs’ with your GES account. Apparently.
In any case, this brings the REAL cost of this system to between $27 to $296 per month or more and from there, you can start sending out the pre-written emails each day.
Each time someone clicks on a link within an email you send, you earn 20 cents. In order to collect your earnings, you must accumulate $500 worth of commissions.
Given the price per click, this means you need to generate 2,500 clicks to earn that $500.
According to the example campaign shown in the members area, the average click through rate for the emails you send is 5%. So, for every 100 emails you send, 5 people will click on average. Assuming that figure is accurate for the emails they give you, you need to send out 25,000 emails to reach the threshold.
That’s an awful lot of spamming!
Ok. But why is it SPAM and what’s the big deal? Read on…
Is Guaranteed Email System a Scam?
In my opinion, Guaranteed Email System is a scam. And I don’t say this lightly either.
There are many red flags with this system, but there are three main reason why I’m not a fan.
First of all, you don’t know WHERE these subscribers are coming from, and they did NOT signup to YOUR email list.
This is a BIG ‘no no’ when it comes to email marketing.
Whoever is behind this (some anonymous marketer), is telling you that these are legitimate subscribers. But you literally have no idea who they are or where they are coming from.
These email addresses could be scraped from anywhere!
You know when you put your email into a form somewhere, and the next thing you’re getting a ton of emails from a bunch of random people? Yep. This is what happens when your email is sold to the highest bidder.
This happens ALL the time online. And it’s highly unethical/ illegal if not disclosed.
There’s a reason they want everyday people to send emails for them, and it’s not a good reason. It’s because they want you to do the spamming for them!
This sucks for you, because when you send out those emails, it’s YOUR name and physical address that goes in each email. By LAW, you MUST include a physical mailing address on each email you send to people from an autoresponder.
Failure to do this can result in significant fines according to the CAN-SPAM Act.
If you do include your address however, you’re going to ruin your reputation and inform everyone you’ve just spammed, about where you live!
Second of all, the content within the messages is VERY spammy:
This is not how ethical marketers create emails, it’s what scammers do. The marketers looking to make a quick buck off the back of unsuspecting people.
The third issue, is the program you link to within the emails themselves. All of the links within the emails you send, send people to a program called PWM Live which I’ve reviewed.
So, not only are you participating in SPAM, but you are promoting a scam. Cool.
Unfortunately, I have nothing good to say about Guaranteed Email System.
Whoever runs this, also runs or is affiliated with My Inbox Pro. Which means they gain from getting you to signup to their autoresponder. They also profit if you decide to ‘upgrade’ to more subscribers.
I’m all for people making money, but this system is clearly NOT free and you are paying to participate in a scam.
What’s worse than losing a few bucks, is how you are doing their dirty work- AKA spamming.
You can make money this way, assuming they actually do pay out, but I do not recommend it. If you participate in this, there’s a very strong chance you could end up violating the CAN-SPAM Act.
If you do, the fines can range into $10,000’s per unsolicited spam email sent. THIS is why they want YOU to do it- it’s a sneaky way to get people to do the scamming for them.
Lastly, regardless of how you do it, promoting PWM Live is not a good idea.
It may make you some money, but promoting known scams is not a smart way to build a longterm business online. Not to mention it’s highly unethical.