You want to be making $500 – $600 per day starting tomorrow, don’t you?
This is exactly what Jared Rich asks people on the Paid To Send Email sales page…
While it may sound exciting, it also sounds a bit far fetched to me. I mean making that kind of money is entirely possible. Yes. But it rarely (if ever) happens that quickly.
So I decided to take a closer look at this program to find out what it’s really about…
Who Is Jared Rich?
The first thing I did was try to figure out who Jared Rich is and if he’s real.
This is always a good idea, because if you know who’s behind the program, it can give you some insight into how good (or bad) it’s likely to be. It’s very common for people running these ‘make money online’ programs to use an alias.
While there’s nothing wrong with this in itself, it can be a red flag. If someone is asking for your hard earned money, you really want to know WHO they are first. Especially when the program doesn’t explain what it is other than saying it’s about sending emails.
Anyways, the website’s domain (paidtosendemail.com) was registered anonymously in May 2016 so I had no luck there. So I read through the fine print on the website to see what I could find. I did find an address for a ‘privacy officer’ listed in Chicago, Illinois, but this didn’t give any indication of who’s behind the program.
The last resort was a simple Google search for “Jared Rich” which, as expected, turned up nothing worthwhile. Especially since the guy doesn’t even provide a picture of himself on the sales page.
My guess? Jared Rich is just an alias.
What Is Paid To Send Email?
Like many similar programs, the details about what the program is and how it works are left unanswered. Although Jared does give you a video of him sending emails using an autoresponder. Along with a bunch of ‘income proof’ screenshots which in reality, prove nothing.
While it’s totally possible to make money sending emails with an autoresponder, you actually need to know what you’re doing to make this profitable.
This is called email marketing, and it’s a business. I actually do email marketing, and I have an email list of almost 10K people as of writing this. So I can say with confidence that it takes time and effort to develop the skills you need to be successful with email marketing. Both when it comes to building your email list legitimately, and monetizing it.
The alternative is buying an email list and spamming people with promos to make money. Which is never a good idea and is not a smart way to run your business. Not to mention, spamming is illegal and completely unethical!
Unfortunately, systems like this try to convince you it’s all just going to happen by pushing a few buttons. As if it’s some kind of “loophole” or email sending job that requires no skills whatsoever.
In this case, Jared says things like “you’ll just copy and paste emails into your own email sending account and hit send”. He says this is how you will make hundreds of dollars per day.
I can assure you, this is not how any real email marketing job or business works. Period.
Does The System Actually Work?
According to the many testimonials in the sales video, the system works incredibly well.
We see person after person claiming to be making $1,000’s each week, all with VERY little effort. All they did was buy the program, ‘plug in’ and watch the money pour in.
Trouble is, those testimonials are FAKE.
I know this because I recognised a number of them from other programs I’ve reviewed since I started this blog.
Like this guy for example:
As you can see, he is an actor from a site called Fiverr, just like all the others.
If Jared really has the “secret” to help you profit quickly and easily, why does he need to pay actors to give their testimonials?
Pretty sure I found out the answer to that question after more research….
Complaints About Paid To Send Email
The only real testimonials I found, were from people who are pissed they’ve been ripped off.
Take this complaint I found on Report Scam for example:
This person bought the program and was left empty handed- without even getting a refund!
The sales video promises people a ‘coach’ that will help them succeed too, and from I’ve seen this coach either doesn’t call you or is not helpful at all.
In many cases, they are just pushy telemarketers who are tasked with getting you to buy more stuff.
I decided not to buy this program because there were a number of red flags.
For one thing, the level of “push button” hype on the sales video is typical among scams. It is possible to make money online, a lot of money in fact, but it never comes that easy. And it never comes from buying a $37 program like this.
Second, The vendor of this product is ClickBetter which is known for housing scams and low quality programs. Everything I’ve purchased through them has been complete and utter trash. Like Profit With Jack for example.
Third, the use of fake testimonials is a BIG red flag for me. It destroys any credibility that the program is legit, and actually helping people make money. Especially when the only real reviews are from people who’ve been ripped off!
Fourth, Jared Rich is most likely using an alias which is very common among scams in this context. In and of itself, protecting your identity isn’t wrong, but it is in light of this. Scammers do this to avoid ruining their reputation and allow them to continue running scam after scam. Without ever giving people their true identity.
Buy at your own risk, but there’s no way I could recommend this to you in good conscience.