I received an email about Instant Income Method today. Apparently, this system allows you to start making big money online, while raising your credit score to 750 or higher.
Sounds cool. But since you’re reading this review, chances are you’re skeptical. You want to know if this is legitimate or just another scam, right?
Here’s what you need to know before you join…
Instant Income Method Review
The first thing I did was visit the Instant Income Method website (instantincomemethod.com), and put my details into the box, so I could access the video.
From there I watched the video which is presented by Mack Mills.
Mack is a well known internet marketer who has successfully promoted a number of programs over the years. Using similar sites to this one.
For example he most recently created a site called Daily Income Method to promote a MLM company called Motor Club of America.
Not sure if that’s still going or not but it was quite popular. So my point is, Mack knows his stuff and he has made a lot of money online doing this sort of thing before.
Anyways, in the video Mack talks about how he started out broke and struggling to make money online. And how he maxed out his credit cards trying to get into profit with his online business. Eventually, he did start making money online. Apparently lots of it.
So he went about paying for everything with cash…
I have to say he does spend a good chunk of time talking about how much money he makes, showing off his luxury cars and house etc. But he says the point of this isn’t to brag, but rather to explain that paying for everything in cash was a mistake.
Because doing this, along with his past debt, left him with a bad credit score.
Which he eventually fixed, and now he wants to show you how to do the same thing. As well as showing you how to earn a substantial income in the process.
Which brings me to the what this is really about.
What Is Instant Income Method About?
Instant Income Method is a sales funnel for a MLM company called myEcon.
Mack is a myEcon associate, so if you join myEcon through his site, he will earn a commission. He is also selling you a replicated sales funnel for $97, so that you can promote myEcon using the exact same funnel you went through yourself.
What the heck is myEcon about?
MyEcon is a company that helps people attain personal financial success, or so it says. They sell a range of products and services, including a credit repair service.
Their flagship product is their ‘Income Shifting Membership’, which is all about educating people to become financially free. Through tax and debt reduction, increasing your income and investing in assets.
You can read my full review of myEcon here if you want to learn more.
And I highly recommend you do so. Because in the above review, I go into full detail about the company, it’s products and compensation plan.
Since this is what Instant Income Method is all about,you’ll probably find it useful! And as you will see, there are pros and cons to consider before joining.
Anyways to sum it up- myEcon is a network marketing company with legit products and it’s not a scam. Mack is an associate (AKA affiliate) for this company so if you join, you will actually be joining his downline.
Which if you are considering joining myEcon, and you want to do more than chase friends and family, does have its benefits.
Because Mack provides his referrals with a replicated version of the same Instant Income Method site you are considering joining through.
Let me explain…
How Does This System Work?
When you click the button below the video, you’ll end up on this page…
There are TWO steps you need to take in order to get started with the system:
- Join myEcon for $19.95 (and $34.95 every month thereafter)
- Pay $97 for access to Mack’s sales funnel, so you can start promoting myEcon with the same funnel you are joining through
The first step is pretty simple- join myEcon. When you do this you will either be joining under Mack directly or through someone else in his downline who is using the system themselves. Either way you will be joining his ‘team’.
The second step is about setting up your marketing funnel, so you can promote myEcon. In this step, Mack explains that for $97 you can begin using his sales system to promote myEcon.
The system consists of some lead capture pages, sales videos, extra training and access to a private Facebook group. Basically the exact same system he is using to convince you to join myEcon.
You don’t need to do this to make money, you could literally just join myEcon and promote it on your own. But it obviously works, since you are considering joining yourself.
Like anything though, there are positives and negatives to consider with a system like this. And just because one person is making money with it, doesn’t mean you will.
Can You Really Make Money With This System?
Yes. You can make money promoting myEcon and Mack’s system may help you with this.
I’m not a huge fan of MLM in general, but if I was going to promote a company like myEcon, I would definitely use the internet to do so.
Because you have a much better chance of making real money with a company like this when you know how to do online marketing. And if this funnel converts well, then it might make it easier for you to get started.
With that said, there are definitely drawbacks with a done for you sales funnel.
For one thing, you are using the same funnel as everyone else which means it can become less effective over time. Second, you are paying big money for traffic with this method. And third, you are not building your own brand, you are building someone else’s.
The other point I want to make here is that Mack will be making the bulk of the money with this system. Because literally every single person who joins, pays Mack $97 directly.
Obviously a small amount of this will go into covering his costs for setting up the funnel. But this is how he is leveraging other people’s money to run large amounts of traffic into the funnel.
That’s all good and well for him. But you need to make sure you are ready to invest money into paid traffic. You can have the greatest system in the world, but unless you have traffic you won’t make a dime.
The cost of sending traffic into a funnel like this can add up VERY quickly. So this sort of thing is very much a numbers game.
You want to make sure you know your numbers before diving into something like this. Otherwise you could end up being out of pocket (quite a bit) with nothing to show for it.
Verdict- Is Instant Income Method a Scam?
I don’t consider Instant Income Method a scam and I don’t believe myEcon is a scam either.
You do get real products for your money (with myEcon) and you do get access to a sales funnel if you buy Instant Income Method. Along with some other benefits like additional training and access to a private Facebook group.
And as I explained earlier, you can make money this way (assuming the funnel converts).
However, like anything there are drawbacks to consider. And there are other ways to build a profitable online business that do not require you to join an MLM or invest in paid traffic.
What you decide to do is up to you, but hopefully this review has been helpful either way.
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