I received an email about Income Sites Online (incomesitesonline.com) today and decided to check it out to see if it’s legit or just another scam.
From the moment I landed on the site, I knew it was a clone of another site I reviewed recently called Your Dream Websites. Same sales page, same video, same BS.
The site makes some bold claims, but unfortunately none of them are true. As you will see in my review, this is not a legitimate program and I will explain exactly why I say this.
- The site claims you can make $1,000 per day by copying a free “weird trick”, and that you are getting access to a special money making software that does all the work for you.
- Income Sites Online is just a sales funnel for a program called Website ATM, which I reviewed and found to be a total scam.
- The testimonials in the video are fake. These are the same ones used in Your Dream Websites and are simply stock photos.
- The video is full of misleading hype. And the purpose behind that hype is to sell you a $47 product, then lure you into purchasing much higher ticket products.
Income Sites Online Review
The sales video for Income Sites Online is (literally) the exact same as other sites I’ve reviewed, such as Your Dream Websites and Quick Home Websites.
I mean word for word, exactly 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’s a big fat lie, folks.
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:
But these are really just photoshopped income screenshots with stock photos:
As you can see, these are fake testimonials.
And when you couple this with the completely ludicrous claims made in the video and the fact that it’s identical to other scams I’ve exposed, there are red flags everywhere.
What happens after you buy?
How It Works
The way this system works is probably not how you think it does.
Instead of getting access to a money making account as the video says, the whole point is to get you to buy a $47 program.
Which in and of itself is a huge red flag.
I mean, if someone is telling you that they’ve already made you money, why on earth would they need your $47?
Anyways, the actual program you are buying, is called Website ATM. Because the moment you put your email into the box, you are directed to the order screen for Website ATM.
Which would have to be one of the worst scams I have exposed on this blog to date. And I have reviewed 100’s of programs over the years, so that is saying something.
Website ATM claims you can make over $500 per day by pushing a button.
Need I say more.
So I highly recommend you read my Website ATM review before doing anything else, because that is what you are really buying if you do buy.
Anyways, if you do hit that buy button, before or after the fake countdown timer runs out, you will immediately be pitched more products.
Because the way these systems work is by “getting you in the door” at low price point. Then immediately upselling 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.
Will You Really Make $1,000 Per Day With This System?
This is pure hype.
And there is no real training, tools or support for you to build a real business within the members area. Instead, you get some basic, generic, outdated content about “making money online”.
So I do not believe you will make $1,000 per day with this system.
Or any real money for that matter.
This whole “$1,000 daily” thing is just a sales pitch, to get you to buy. There is absolutely no substance to this at all.
Income Sites Online (and Website ATM) is a scam in my opinion and will not make you easy money online.
The sales pitch is total nonsense, Jake isn’t even real and the testimonials are fake.
This is just a rehashed video on a site that continues to change its name and URL. Because switching things up makes it easier to keep the scam running once people figure out it’s not legit.
It is possible to make real money online. I personally earn a full time income online doing affiliate marketing.
But in order to get to that point you need to learn REAL skills and put in some serious effort. It simply will not happen overnight or “at the push of a button”.
The only people who promise you this are those who want to take advantage of you.
They sell you this hype to convince you to buy, and upsell you to make as much money as possible off of you.
That’s the whole point, to take advantage of unsuspecting people who more often than not are desperate to make money quickly, to pay the bills.
Thankfully, you’ve done your homework and can now make an informed decision about whether or not you want to buy.
What you decide is up to you, but I obviously won’t be recommending this.
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