Income Sites Online Review: SCAM or Will You Make $1,000 Today?

Hello and welcome to my Income Sites Online review.

This site is presented by “Jake” who says he’s going to give you a $1,000 per day, money-making website. Starting today. And all you need to do is give him $47 to get instant access.

Sound too good to be true?

That’s because it is. Unfortunately, this system does not deliver on these claims and probably won’t help you make anywhere near that amount of money. In fact, it is more likely that the person behind this site will make most of the profit, at your expense.

Quick Review

  • Income Sites Online is a website that promotes a system I’ve reviewed called Website ATM. Which is not a legitimate system and is not something I recommend.
  • Despite what Jake says in the video, you do not get access to a money making website that makes you thousands of dollars per day. In reality, sites like this are really just selling you cheap PLR content about making money online which isn’t very helpful.
  • The testimonials in the video are fake and the site uses other sales tactics like fake income screenshots and fake countdown timers. These are the sorts of red flags I see in other scam sites I’ve exposed over the years.

Read on for the full review.

Full Review of Income Sites Online

The sales video for Income Sites Online is exactly the same as other sites I’ve reviewed, such as Your Dream Websites. I mean word for word, it’s the same.

A guy named “Jake” says he has already “created you an online business”. And says you are making money, just by watching the video.

He goes on to say that “by clicking his mouse a few times”, your brand new money making account is up and running.

In other words, this video is FULL of “get rich quick” hype.

Jake claims to be a millionaire guru too.

He says he’s made $10 million over the past four years and is now sharing the wealth with you. And that many others are making real money with the system.

But that is simply not the case.

Jake is not even a real person to begin with, this is just an alias. Which is why he uses an anonymous domain registration, doesn’t reveal his last name or even a photo of himself.

And the testimonials aren’t real, and I can prove it. He says that “Jay Watkins” and “Lin Xiong” are making real money with Income Sites Online:

Testimonial from Jay Watkins
Testimonial from Lin Xiong

But these are really just photoshopped income screenshots with stock photos:

Stock Photo of Jay
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Stock Photo of Lin
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As you can see, these aren’t real people so the income screenshots are probably fake too. And when you couple this with the outrageous claims made in the video, I think it’s obvious that they just want you to buy at any cost.

How Does It Work?

Let me start by saying that this system does not work as advertised.

If you do decide to buy, you do not get access to a $1,000 per day money making system as Jake suggests in the video. Instead, you get access to a system I’ve already reviewed on this blog called Website ATM. Redirecting to Website ATM Order Screen

I know this because the moment you put your email into the form, you are directed to the payment page for Website ATM as you can see in the screenshot.

Anyway, if you do buy at this point, what you really get access to is a members area full of generic content about “making money online”.

This is probably just PLR content, which stands for private label rights content.

PLR content is content like ebooks and videos you can buy and re-sell as your own, for cheap. There is typically very little value in these types of products.

Because this is content that is generic, often outdated and low quality. Most people give it away for free, as a way to build their email list.

It’s rarely worth buying. Which is what makes this so disappointing. You think you’re signing up for a money making system, when the reality is you get some basic training on different ways to make money online.

This sort of stuff does not help you build a real business. Because to build a real business online, you need proper tools, training and support.

Either way, you certainly don’t get access to a push button money making website. This simply does not exist, it’s a fairy tale.

And it’s a similar kind of story that sites like Money Sucking Websites use. They promise you big things in the sales video, then after you buy you see that it’s nothing like that at all. And often you are lost and confused about what to do next.

Not to mention, if you do buy, the creators of the program present you with “time limited” offers called upsells, to convince you to buy even more stuff. And this is before you even make it to the members area.

This is how the system works. By “getting you in the door” at low price point, then immediately selling you more and more products into the $1,000’s. That’s the whole point and that is how they make money off of you.

Can You Really Make $1,000 Per Day With This System?

I personally doubt anyone is going to make $1K per day with Income Sites Online.

Because for starters, there’s no such thing as using a weird trick to make money online. And you do not get access to an automatic money machine of any kind.

Secondly, the training you do get is very basic. And if you want to be successful online, you need quality training that shows you real, proven, longterm methods to create an income online.

This is why I do not believe anyone is going to be making $1,000 per day with this system. In fact, I doubt anyone is going to make anything with this at all.

Is Income Sites Online a Scam?

In one respect it’s not a scam because you do get access to some training. And that training may teach you some very basic skills about making money online.

But even that’s probably being too generous.

Because if you consider what you are promised in the sales video, and what you actually get, that is where you could consider it a scam. Because these are worlds apart.

Not to mention, the site uses all kinds of sales tactics like fake testimonials, fake countdown timers and fake income screenshots among others. Just to convince as many people as possible to buy on impulse, without searching for an honest review.

These are all red flags and the sorts of things scam sites do.

So I guess the “scam” in all of this isn’t really someone stealing your money. It’s more in the sense of leading you to think you’re getting a push button money making system. When in reality, you’re getting access to some basic content that probably won’t help you.


It is possible to earn real money online and real work at home programs do exist.

I personally earn a full time income online doing affiliate marketing. Which involves creating websites and promoting products people already want to buy, in return for a commission. It also involves creating content and other internet marketing strategies.

You can learn more about affiliate marketing here.

And that’s just one method. There are many other legitimate ways you can earn money online too. For example, you could do paid surveys, complete simple task, setup an ecommerce store, provide a service or sell physical products on Amazon.

The list is practically endless. The most important thing is to avoid anything promising you big money in a short period of time. Because often these aren’t legitimate and end up costing you time and money in the end.

Nothing worthwhile happens overnight or “at the push of a button”. It took me months to earn my first dollar on the internet and a couple of years to earn a living online.

That’s just how it is.

The only people trying to convince you otherwise, are those who want to take advantage of people that do not know this. In order to make a quick buck pedaling their scam.

Thankfully, you’ve done your homework and you are now in a much better position to make a more informed decision about Income Sites Online either way.

As for me, I won’t be recommending this.

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