Product: My Commission Generator
Owner: Andrew De Costa (alias)
It starts out with the usual hype about easy money and shows a few fake testimonials to give the product some credibility. Pretty standard stuff in this space. After buying the product and heading into the members area though, things took a real dive. Read on for my full review.
What Is My Commission Generator?
There is no information about who owns this product on the website other than a fake persona known as "Andrew De Costa" and the website's domain was registered anonymously. I purchased the product anyway so I could show you guys what it consists of.
According to the sale material this is going to bank you more than $50k per month working just 5 hours or less per day- as a complete newbie. The official product description is shown below:
I spent years listening to the so called 'gurus' until I finally discovered a real way to generate a full-time income working from home. Click Here for the exact formula I followed.
Plug and play internet system that will change your life forever. - zero hosting or domain costs.- all the buyer traffic you could ever ask for- pure commissions rolling in your account daily
In other words, your own personal ATM machine. Righto. After shelling out the money for this product I was immediately taken to an upsell page and was unable to access the members area until waiting almost 13 minutes for the video to end!
This was another overhyped sales pitch for some kind of social media product called "Ninja Squad" which costs $147. As you try to click past this offer and head in to the members area, it continues trying to grab your money with the price decreasing several times. The only way to get your product is to click on the writing underneath the video when the timer runs out.
Starnge how the site is listing "Justin" as the owner...
I finally thought I was through all of this annoying upselling but it turns out I was directed to yet another 13 minute long sales pitch that was impossible to skip through! You have to be kidding me, I just paid for this product and I couldn't even access it until after sitting through more than 25 minutes worth of addittional sales pitches!
Whatever, I just muted the tab and did other things while waiting for it to end. I finally landed on the members area screen, thank goodness for that! Well, it was then I realised why the suck every last dollar out of you on your journey into the members area.
It is impossible to access the product!! After paying for this crap and sitting through all the annoying upsells I couldn't even access the product. It simply won't let you in. I hit the 'forgot password' tab and received an automatically generated email that was supposed to give me my password, it didn't.
Cool. So the only thing generated with this system was a useless account recovery email! What a joke. All of these shenanigans revealed that the website is somehow connected to 3 addittional products:
- 12 Minute Payday
- Auto Wealth Formula
- 6 Figure Toolkit
These appear to be old scams run by the same people. Cool... so I was going to give you guys an in depth analysis of inside this product but it turned out to be a full blown scam. At this point you are probably glad you came across this review. lol.
Needless to say, I will be contacting ClickBetter for a full refund as soon as I finish writing this review.
How To Identify Scams Like This
I decided it might be helpful to briefly share 2 of the main red flags with this product which you can use to protect yourself from crap like this in the future.
Income Claims From An Annoymous Guru
The biggest red flag of all is how you've got some anonymous guru telling you how he's making millions each year. Turns out he's a stock photo...
Furthermore, when anyone is telling you how quick and easy making $50k plus per month is going to be, run for the hills. Making this kind of money online is totally possible, yes. But I can safely say almost no one goes from newbie to massive commissions in such a short period of time. It's just hype.
Every single person giving their testimonials on the sales video is a paid actor from a website called Fiverr. They each claim to be making tons of money in a very short period of time all thanks to 'Andrew'...
It's a total crock. They got paid a little over 5 bucks to say all of that.
There are many more red flags with products like this and if you want to learn more about some of the tactics they use, read this article on avoid scams. For the most part, whenever someone is trying to get you to buy on impulse, they most certainly don't want you doing your homework. If it sounds too good to be true... you know the rest.
What 'Might' The Product Have Been?
After doing some addittional research (and according to the info the provide at the bottom of the site) it seems this is nothing more than a platform giving you some generic capture pages to do affilate marketing with. What the heck does that mean?
In short, a capture page is just a webpage designed to capture a persons email address. There is normally promise of something in return. This is perfectly legitimate in itself and allows you to market other people's products and earn commissions whenever someone buys through one of your affiliate links.
Here's the trouble with this:
- Giving you 5 generic capture pages is of very little value and is almost certainly designed to promote the same scam
- You will need to get people to these pages (traffic) and you'll be paying for every one of those visitors
You see, affiliate marketing (or any online business for that matter) requires you to get traffic to your offers. Without traffic, you make zero dollars. Relying on paid traffic (especially as a newbie) will probably end up costing you BIG money with little to show for it.
On the other hand, affiliate marketing with your own website is a much better approach as you can attract an unlimited number of people to your offers for free through the search engines. Anyway, this isn't a lesson on affiliate marketing but I figured you might benefit from understanding these things.
What I Liked
Nothing, it's a proven scam
What I Didn't Like
- The so called product creator is using a fake alias
- Fake testimonials
- Massive hype about push button riches
- Ridiculous amount of mandatory upsell viewing
- Cannot even access the product and if I could, it's clearly nothing new or worth paying for
I was already skeptical after landing on the sales page, super annoyed after going through the upsells and ultimately disappointed when I realised I couldn't even access the product I paid for. My Commission Generator is a scam, plain and simple. The only question now is whether or not I will be able to get my money back through ClickBetter.
It is possible to make money online but I can assure you it takes real work if you want to see results, just like any other business. Hopefully, this review will save you some cash and frustration!