Looking for an honest review of Instant Email Empire?
Let me start by saying I’m not promoting this.
So I am just going to be giving you my unbiased opinion on what this is all about, to help you decide if it’s legit or just another scam.
Sound good? Ok, let’s dive in…
Instant Email Empire Review
I first came across Instant Email Empire via an email I received the other day. Basically saying I could start making tons of money on autopilot following a simple new system.
Sounds cool, but that’s pretty much what they all say.
Anyways, I clicked the link in the email which took me to the sales page (located at instantemailbiz.net):
Apparently, on this page, you’ll learn how to make $125 per day by “sending simple emails”. And all you need to do is “duplicate” this person’s success.
The video starts off with a news report which, to be honest, was a red flag right there. Because every single time I see a site using a news report within the sales content, it was less than legit.
In any case, this is basically just a compilation of generic ‘work from home’ news clips.
So they are real, but they have nothing to do with the program itself. Rather, this is a way to imply the program is somehow being ‘featured’ in the news when it’s not, to build credibility.
After this, a man named ‘Bobby’ introduces himself as an internet guru who’s made over $1.4 million online…
He talks about how he was once like you, but now he’s super successful and he’s going to share his money-making secrets with you. Again, this is a pretty ‘run of the mill’ story I’ve seen many times before.
And it turns out he’s really just an actor from Fiverr. This person was paid to ‘pretend’ like he’s an internet millionaire. But he’s really just an actor selling cheap Fiverr gigs.
Anyway, the remainder of the video goes on and on about how much money you can make, how easy it’ll be and so forth. The usual hype I’ve come to expect in this space after reviewing hundreds of programs over the past few years.
So we’re definitely not off to a good start with this ‘system’.
But let’s take a closer look at how it works to see if it’s legit or not…
How Does Instant Email Empire Work?
The first step is putting your name and email into the form on the sales page.
From here, you wind up on a page that asks you to spend $34 to “fill your account with 5,000 hungry subscribers”.
As you probably know by now, this system is all about email marketing. So you will need subscribers and that is certainly cheap for that many subscribers.
However, the quality of these subscribers is another story.
At that price point, there’s no possible way these are high-quality subscribers. And you don’t know where they came from either, which is concerning.
If no proper consent has been given, then you could end up in trouble for spamming, which can cost you $10,000’s in fines.
Anyways once I was inside the member’s area, I realized that this is almost exactly the same as Guaranteed Income Machine and Guaranteed Email System. Both of which are scams and both of which are now defunct.
Which is likely what has prompted this ‘reboot’ under a new name.
The sales pitch is exactly the same, and the way the system works is very similar. So I encourage you to read either (or both) of the above reviews to get a ‘point by point’ explanation on how the system works.
But in a nutshell, here’s how Instant Email Empire (IEE) works:
- Pay $34 for some low quality email leads (and a LOT more as you go along)
- Purchase a $29 per month Builderall subscription in order to send out mass emails
- Promote Instant Email Empire through a duplicate website to earn commissions
Your main job is building your email list and using ’email swipes’ (pre-written emails) to promote IEE.
Whenever someone clicks on a link within an email you send them, they are taken to the same page you joined through. Except it is uniquely coded to you and as a result you earn a $0.20 commission for that click/ visit.
Then, if anyone joins as you did and purchases a Builderall subscription, you earn a commission on this. And more commissions if they buy any upsells within Builderall.
This is definitely a legit company, which means you can earn money as a Builderall affiliate. And you are promoting a real service, which is good if you want to be in business long term.
So to sum up how this system works…
The first step is to join Instant Email Empire, and start promoting it via email. When you do this, you can potentially earn on both clicks and Builderall affiliate commissions when people ‘activate’ their account as you did.
While it is possible to earn money this way, there are some major drawbacks…
Verdict- Is Instant Email Empire a Scam?
Instant Email Empire is not exactly a scam, but it’s definitely a bit sketchy in some respects.
The good news is that (even though this is similar to previous scams I’ve reviewed) there are some differences that make this more legit.
For the most part, this is because you are essentially promoting a legit company (Builderall) to earn the bulk of your commissions.
So provided you have everything setup correctly, you can potentially earn revenue from clicks and you can potentially earn affiliate commissions.
The promotional tactics are unethical and spammy in my opinion.
The sales funnel uses misleading hype to convince you to buy, such as fake news endorsements, which is why I would never recommend this.
The other aspect of the system I don’t like is the nature of the emails you are sending- there are on the spammy side. Rather than learning how to do proper email marketing, by giving your subscribers lots of value, you are essentially hitting them with daily promo emails.
Which is never a good way to go, because most people will stop opening your emails and unsubscribe.
Lastly, buying emails from a site like this is not a good idea. You literally have no idea who these people are or where they came from. Not to mention if they even gave their consent to have their emails ‘sold’ to you.
Buying clicks is ok of course because they are then subscribing to you properly. But I definitely don’t recommend buying emails from this site at any point.
So my conclusion is that the entire promo side of this (which is pretty much all IEE is when you boil it down) is ‘hypey’ at best. However, you can earn legitimate affiliate commissions as a result of using the system.
Either way, it’s certainly not the best approach to affiliate marketing if you ask me. And it’s not something I’m going to be recommending to you.
What you decide to do is up to you, but I hope this review has been helpful either way.