Welcome to my review of Instant Cash Solution.
I came across this site today, which claims you can easily earn $100 to $300 payments on a daily basis. Simply by ‘copying and pasting pre-written ads’ online.
Here’s what you need to know before joining…
Instant Cash Solution Review
The website (instantcashsolution.com) is run by Rich Meyer, who says he’s a professional online marketer.
Apparently, he’s giving you a special ‘done for you system’ that will help you earn $1,000’s per month. And all you need to do is copy and paste some ads online.
The further I looked into this, the more it reminded me of a system I recently reviewed called Copy And Paste Ads.
These are basically one and the same business model.
In short, you can make money this way, but nothing is ever as simple as ‘copy and paste’ online.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of programs and ‘systems’ on this site over the past few years and what I’ve found is that in most cases this is nothing more than hype.
Making real money takes time, effort and persistence.
There is no getting around this, so it is only natural to be skeptical of any system claiming to be push button easy. To be fair, the income claims on the ICS site aren’t over the top, so it’s not super ‘hypey’ in that respect.
Anyways, this system is all about promoting the same system. Once you ‘buy in’, all you need to do is get other people to do the same, through your unique link.
So this is a form of affiliate marketing, where you are earning commissions based on promoting something.
But as I’ll now explain, there are some major drawbacks to consider…
How Does Instant Cash Solution Work?
Here’s how Income Cash Solution works in a nutshell:
- Buy one of 3 membership types ($100, $200 or $300 level)
- Follow the steps to copy and paste ads across various sites like Facebook
- Earn commissions when people join through your link
Now let’s run over these steps in more detail so you know how it all works…
Step 1 – Join The System (3 packages to choose from)
This system allows you to join at one of three levels- bronze ($100), silver ($200) or gold ($300).
Each ‘package’ comes with some training and various resources, to help you promote the system. The higher level package you buy, the more stuff you get.
However, the real benefit to upgrading isn’t the training or tools.
The main benefit of purchasing the $300 package over the lower level packages is that it qualifies you to earn commissions on the $300 package when someone you refer buys this same package.
So if you do not purchase the highest level package, you won’t earn commissions on it. You only earn commissions on the packages you buy yourself.
You don’t need to buy all 3 packages though, if you buy the highest package it qualifies you to earn commissions on all three.
This is why there is pressure to spend at least $300 upon joining…
Because if you don’t, you’ll miss out on commissions.
If someone you refer upgrades to the gold package, but you’re just a bronze member, that commission is ‘rolled up’ to whoever referred you. This is what makes this a ‘pay to play’ recruiting system.
Step 2) Copy and Paste Some Pre-Written Ads
The main selling point with ICS is that this is a super simple system…
Just copy and paste some ads on sites like Facebook, Craigslist and Instagram, and the money will start rolling in.
Unfortunately, it’s NEVER that simple.
Success within ANY online business is the result of learning real internet marketing skills, and putting them to work on a consistent basis.
And regardless of that, the marketing method itself is spammy in my opinion.
Because you are essentially plastering these little ‘money making’ ads all over social sites. And quite often these ads use hype in order to get people to click too.
You might get a few clicks this way, but this is not a good way to build a business. And it’s a sure way to have your social accounts banned.
In any case, your main job is putting as many of these ads out as possible.
Because when people see these ads, a percentage will click on them, which links them to your replicated website. Which is simply the same site you joined through, but with your unique tracking code.
So in this way, if they join, you get the credit for anyone who joins through you. Assuming you are qualified at the level they buy in at of course.
Step 3) Earn Commissions Recruiting People
The more ads you place, the more clicks you receive and the more money you can potentially earn.
And instead of earning a regular commission, you actually get the ENTIRE payment sent directly into your PayPal account, from the person you referred.
Sounds good, so what’s the problem?
The problem is that this is a very controversial business model and one I don’t endorse.
Because rather than buying legitimate products from a legitimate company, you are literally ‘gifting’ between $100 to $300 to the person who recruited you. You are not buying a product, you are gifting someone, so you qualify to receive gifting payments yourself.
That is how this system really works and what it’s really about.
So the whole idea is to recruit people, who recruit people, with everyone paying everyone directly. Which is precisely how cash gifting schemes work.
Now you could argue that there are products, which legitimises it.
But let’s be honest here…
No one is buying the highest level package for the ‘products’. They are buying this level for the higher commissions.
Plain and simple.
Not to mention, the products themselves logically cannot carry any real world value. Because you pay the entire amount of the package to whoever recruited you, not to the company that produced the products.
Verdict – Is Income Cash Solution a Scam?
On one hand, Income Cash Solution is not a scam because you do technically get something in return for your money. And it is possible to earn money with the system.
On the other hand, this business model is not something I recommend for two main reasons:
- The whole idea is to plaster ‘money making’ ads all over the internet
- This is clearly a chain recruiting, pay to play, gifting system
On the first point, this method of marketing is in my opinion not viable. You might get a few clicks this way, and maybe even make a few sales. But if you want to achieve lasting online success, you need to learn real internet marketing skills.
Not only that, but if everyone is posting these same ads, the ads themselves will become less and less effective over time.
Second, the business model itself is highly controversial. As I explained earlier, it’s all about ‘buying in’ the highest level, just so you can qualify to receive gifting payments from those you recruit.
I’ve seen these types of systems before, for example Ad Copy Pros, and they simply don’t last.
Once the hype dies down, people stop joining. And the biggest recruiters (those who make the most money) simply move onto the next system.
I guess this one could be different…
But I personally won’t be recommending it, because I think there are better options to consider.
What you decide to do is up to you, but that’s my take.
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