I came across the “Job Killer” sales page today after receiving a spammy email.
It’s basically a video that tells you how everyone is doomed because of artificial intelligence taking all the jobs. And there is some truth in that.
Automation really is taking away jobs and it probably will only get worse. But for the most part, the video is just using fear to sell you the ‘solution’.
Which is apparently going to be the “greatest money maker of your life”.
Anyways, let’s take a look and see how Job Killer stacks up…
Job Killer Review
The Job Killer sales video (found at JobKiller.com) is presented by a guy named Teo Vee. He says he found a way to make big money with e-commerce, and now he’s giving you access to his system.
He says this could be the only way to escape the coming ‘man made plague’ of job automation. It’s all very doom and gloom.
Anyways, I watched the sales video and from there I clicked through to the order page. Which is where I discovered that this is nearly identical to the order screen of a program I recently reviewed, called My Hidden Pages.
The testimonials are the same, and there’s a blurb from a guy named ‘Rocky Lin’ too. So both sites use the same order screen.
Which makes me think these sites are run by the same people.
And that is concerning because My Hidden Pages is a funnel for MOBE. A high ticket scam that was recently shut down by the FTC.
Turns out Job Killer isn’t promoting MOBE though. So that’s good news. But there are some things you should know about the underlying program, My Ecom Club.
What’s Job Killer About?
Job Killer is a sales funnel for My Ecom Club, a platform that claims to help people make money with an e-commerce store.
The MyEcomClub website doesn’t disclose who’s running it. But after doing some digging, it seems Teo Vee is the guy behind it.
In any case, it costs $97 to get started with My Ecom Club. Which comes with some training, tools and support to get a drop shipping business up and running.
However, it turns out there are some pretty hefty upsells, to the tune of $1,997, if you want more coaching.
This is similar to how MOBE operates (or should I say DID operate). They get you in the door for $50 to $100, and only then do you discover the real costs.
To be fair, I haven’t reviewed MyEcomClub yet, so it’s possible it’s a legit platform.This is the first I’ve heard of it, so I will be taking a closer look and I’ll update this review when I do.
Either way, the business model of dropshipping with a Shopify store, is certainly legitimate. And you can make good money this way, when you know what you’re doing.
With that being said, I did find some red flags with this platform.
Is Job Killer a Scam?
Job Killer isn’t actually a product, it’s a sales funnel into My Ecom Club. So it’s hard to call it a scam. The only thing that would make it a scam is if the sales material was misleading.
In this case, it is a bit misleading.
I’ve seen a LOT of sales funnels over the years though, and this one isn’t outrageous. It’s probably more like somewhere in the middle.
As in, it’s not a blatant scammy promo page that promises you push button riches. But there are some red flags that are worth mentioning all the same.
First of all, they use fake testimonials.
For example this guy “Evan” is apparently a My Ecom Club member who’s making money…
Except he’s just a stock photo:
It’s possible the testimonial is still real I guess, but this is a red flag in my experience.
The second issue is the use of fake scarcity.
For example, using a fake countdown timer on the order page and saying ‘positions are limited’. Both of these are 100% BS and the purpose is to get people to buy on impulse. So I am always skeptical of anyone who needs to resort to fake scarcity.
The third red flag, is how similar this funnel is to My Hidden Pages. As I mentioned earlier, that site promoted a high ticket system called MOBE, that has very recently been shutdown by the FTC for being a scam.
So it’s possible some of these sites are just switching to promoting ‘the next shiny object’ because MOBE is toast. If this is the case, I would steer clear. Because these people promote whatever makes them money, not what helps you get results.
So to sum it up, Job Killer (as a funnel) is a bit on the sketchy side if you ask me, but not the worst I’ve seen. As far as My Ecom Club goes (the underlying program), I can’t say for sure yet. But as I said I will update you when I review it.
Job killer claims to help people make big money with e-commerce. In reality, it’s a funnel for MyEcomClub. And I am yet to determine how legitimate that platform is (or isn’t).
But there are some red flags to be mindful of based on what I’ve seen so far. So I won’t be recommending you signup at this point.
I’m very cautious about what programs I recommend. I only recommend programs I’ve joined and had experience with myself, so I know first hand they work and are legit.
Anyways, assuming it’s not a scam for a moment, drop shipping is legit and you can make good money this way.
However there are also considerable costs associated with this business model, and a lot of moving parts. You should be willing to invest at least $5 to $10k into a physical products business in my opinion.
You need inventory, traffic and of course training, tools and support.
It does depend on what you sell and how you sell it though to be fair. So it could cost you a lot less than this. Safe to say it’s not a business model you should start on a shoestring budget though.
I personally earn a full time income doing affiliate marketing.
So this is what I recommend to people. Because it’s a simpler business model, the costs are much lower, and the profit potential is still very high.
Anyways, that’s my take. Hopefully this review helps you make a more informed decision either way.
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