Jeffrey’s Fast Lane is a system that apparently helps you make $250 online, today. All you need to do is copy Jeffrey’s site and you will immediately start making money.
Jeffrey’s Fast Lane Review
I came across this system today and the moment I landed on the site, I knew something wasn’t right. Mostly because the video begins with a bunch of random news clips about “working from home”. Which makes you think the system has been featured on sites like ABC news.
It most certainly has not.
The news clips are real, but they have nothing to do with Jeffrey’s Fast Lane. This is just a marketing tactic unethical marketers use to gain your trust, and convince you to buy.
Anyways, the video itself features a guy named “Jeffrey” who claims to be giving you an “income generating website funnel”.
He even goes as far as to say that your system has already been activated and that you are making money while you watch the video. And that if you “watch to the end” you will find out how much money you’ve made.
This is very misleading stuff.
And it’s similar to the BS claims made on a site I recently reviewed, called Income Sites Online.
Anyway, Jeff also mentions that there’s only 35 spots available, which is yet another lie. The spots are not and never will be limited. Come back to the site in a couple weeks, it’ll say the same thing!
So we are not off to a good start here.
The whole thing seems exciting, because who doesn’t want to make money by “copying and pasting” a system?
But this is really just a clever sales pitch.
In reality, this is all about making money with an ecommerce store. Where the idea is to sell physical products online using a Shopify store for example.
This is a legitimate business model and you can definitely earn this way. But success doesn’t happen at the push of a button and the real costs are much higher.
Read on to see how it really works.
How Does This System Work?
If you watch the video and click through to the next page, you will end up on the order screen for Jeffrey’s Fast Lane.
Which is basically a clone of the order page for a site I recently reviewed called Affiliate Advisor Group. And one I reviewed a while back called EZ Money Team, which is run by a guy named “Jeffrey Hart”.
These sites are likely run by the same person.
Because even the “testimonials” are the same between Affiliate Advisor Group and Jeffrey’s Fast Lane…
When they use the same user feedback for multiple programs, that are about completely different business models, it shows how credible they are considering these are.
Anyways, here’s what the page says you get access to for $37:
- 10 hours of ecommerce training
- Done for you ecommerce store
- Some webinars and ebooks
And at no extra cost, you can tick the box to get the “Elite Partnership” add on. Which gives you access to “VIP Elite Coaching Content”. And a Fast Track CD.
Also worth noting is that there are upsells immediately after buying. So even though you’re only paying $37 to get access, the real price is much higher.
In any case, the training is about ecommerce. In other words, making money selling physical products online. Which as I said is definitely a legitimate and a real way to make money online.
And you don’t have to stock any inventory to make it work either.
Because thanks to something called dropshipping you can have the wholesale companies you partner with, fulfil the orders for you.
So once you have everything setup, it mostly comes down to learning how to get people to actually visit your online store. Which will either cost you a lot of money on advertising or time learning how to generate quality, free traffic.
Cool, but is Jeffrey really going to help you make $250 or more per day?
Who’s “Jeffrey” and Will He Help You Make $250 Per Day Online?
Exactly who “Jeffrey” is, is a mystery.
As I said earlier, he goes by the name Jeffrey Hart on another program called EZ Money Team.
In this case, he calls himself “Jeffrey Marketing” which is odd.
So he doesn’t provide a real surname, links to social profiles or anything. He literally looks like a stock photo too…
In any case, whoever this person is, he’s certainly not going to be helping you personally. This is a course and access to a “done for you” website, not personal help from Jeffrey.
Regarding the system itself, you do get some useful training. And using an existing ecommerce store can make your life easier as a newbie.
But there are a lot of drawbacks to consider here…
Firstly, the training itself teaches you the basics. Which is good if you’re a newbie, but in my opinion is not enough to get you to the point of earning $250 or more per day with ecommerce.
Second, done for you sites aren’t as amazing as they sound. To be successful you need to select a niche and build a brand so that people recognise you as unique. And you absolutely NEED unique content on your site if you want to attract visitors from search engines like Google.
Which brings me to my third point…
You are going to need a substantial budget to make this work because you will be relying on paid traffic. Without traffic (people visiting your store) you will make zero dollars. Period. Running ads is good and well, but it can cost you a fortune very quickly.
The last point I want to make is about these “coaches”.
It sounds cool that you get a coach to help you build your business. But more often than not, these are not real coaches. They are sales people who’s main goal is selling you higher ticket products. This is why they are calling you, to get you to “upgrade”.
- Some helpful training
- The business model itself is legit
- There’s a 60 day money back guarantee
- Lots of pumped up claims in the sales pitch
- Lots of upsells
- You probably won’t make $250 plus per day with this system
- Paid advertising is expensive and risky for beginner’s
There’s a lot I didn’t like about Jeffrey’s Fast Lane.
And probably the biggest one is the extreme difference between what you are promised in the sales video and what you actually get. These are worlds apart.
You do not get access to a $250 per day, done for you money making “system”. You get access to some basic training and a cookie cutter site.
I wouldn’t label this a scam. Because you do get something for your money and you can get that money back if you like. Not to mention the actual business model itself is legit.
But this is not a “system” is far from something I would personally recommend.
I only recommend programs that provide you with quality tools, training and support. Programs that have their users best interest at heart.
Which I do not believe is the case with Jeffrey’s Fast Lane.