I recently received an email about My Online Daily Income, which led me to a sales video. Where I was told I could start making $10k per day with a super secret system!
Sounds cool but when a video tells you that you will make 5 figures per day at the push of a few buttons (which this does) then it’s almost certainly a scam.
But I I thought I’d take a closer look to see how legit this program is either way.
Read on to see what I found before you buy.
My Online Daily Income Review
The deeper I dug into this, the more elaborate, and alarming, it became.
It’s actually quite a mess and somewhat confusing to even explain the full extent of the deception here. But I will do my best so you know what to expect.
Let’s start with the sales video for My Online Daily Income. Which is located at find-a-job-now.com…
So the first unusual aspect about this system is how the sales video is located on an entirely different domain to the order page.
I looked into find-a-job-now.com and it’s without a doubt a scam site.
A very elaborate one, that promotes numerous job scams, including an envelope stuffing scam. Which is one of the oldest, and most well know, scams in the book.
Anyways, this review is not about that site, so let’s move on….
The sales video itself is presented by “Matt Driscoll” who says some absolutely ridiculous stuff to convince people to buy. I mean it’s hard to put into word just how stupid it really is.
Here’s a summary of some of the BS claims he makes:
- Get ready to trash your alarm clock because you just won the lottery
- All the rules are about to change and money is about to flow like water
- Prepare to see what it feels like to be a millionaire
- Earn $10k per day within 6 easy steps you can master before next week
- There’s no way you can possibly lose money, guaranteed to make money
And I’m sure I’m not even scratching the surface here. This is a CLASSIC example of using insane levels of misleading hype to promote something.
Please, be smart, and do not buy into this sort of hype.
It’s not real and it never will be. This person wants your money, and they don’t care what they spin you to get it. It’s really that simple.
It is possible to earn $10,233 per day, or $3.73 million per year online. Just like it is offline. But if you think it will happen by purchasing something like this, and with very little effort, you’re in for a rude awakening.
The funny part about this video is it’s IDENTICAL to the sales video of another program I reviewed called Online Profits Breakthrough.
Same video. So it’s probably run by the same person.
If It’s Legit, Why Use FAKE Testimonials?
The video is full of fake testimonials too. Which is yet another red flag you want to be on the watch for when evaluating a given program.
Here’s one guy who claims to be making tons of cash with My Online Daily Income:
Now here’s proof he’s just a paid actor from a site called Fiverr:
Usually when I see this sort of thing it means the program is a scam. Because if real people were making real money with the system, why do you need to hire actors?
Who’s Running This Program?
As mentioned earlier, Matt Driscoll claims to be the guy giving you access to this system.
Specifically, Matt talks about how he’s going to show you how to crush it with a program he names “My Online Business”.
Which is yet another layer of confusion to this. Because once that fake timer at the bottom (that is literally only there for show) runs out, and you click on the link, it takes you directly to My Online Daily Income.
Here’s a screen flow to show you what I mean…
I did some research on “My Online Business by Matt Driscoll” on Google and it seems this exact video has been running since at least 2014! With many people reporting it’s a scam.
In any case, Matt Driscoll could be anyone, more than likely an alias. So as for who’s running and of this, I can’t say for sure.
Let’s Recap Real Quick On What We Know So Far…
So far here’s what we know:
- The My Online Daily Income sales video is located on find-a-job-now.com which is a scam site that promotes fake work from home jobs
- The same video is used to promote Online Profits Breakthrough and My Online Business
- No one in the video is making any money at all, they are actors
- There is that much hype, and so many red flags within the sales material that it’s hard to know where to start
- There is no explanation of what you are really buying, before you are asked to buy
But the plot thickens.
The My Online Daily Income Order Page
Once you get past all of that BS and head over to the sales page, we uncover even more red flags.
To start with, this sales page is the exact same one used on every link posting scam site I’ve reviewed on this blog over the years.
Second, there are NO disclaimer, or privacy pages anywhere.
Third, they use fake, outdated, security verification logos…
If these were real, the dates would not be back to 2010 (look closely) and you should be able to click on them to verify they are real and active. So they’ve literally just copied and pasted these to make it appear legit.
What Are You Really Buying?
Good question. After seeing this many red flags there was ZERO chance I was buying. But I can normally tell in one way or another what they are selling/ promoting.
In this case it was kept hidden. All we really know is we pay $47 for a “system”.
To make matters worse, and even more confusing, if you strip out the end part of the URL you are taken to this page at myonlinedailyincome.com…
So apparently you are buying an eBook about selling on eBay!
This is odd. And it’s kind of funny because no one in their right mind is paying $97 for an eBook about selling on eBay. Not a chance.
In any case, we have two different order screens for the same program. And at no time anywhere was anything said about eBay.
See what I mean by an elaborate mess?
Here’s an idea Matt- create a LEGITIMATE program, and promote it properly. Rather than creating a mess of confusion and hype, to scam people into buying a ‘secret system’.
Anyways, I’m pretty sure this is about selling people into MOBE.
I say this because this is what Online Profits Breakthrough was used to promote. And when you research “My Online Business”, what Matt repeatedly refers to in the video, it’s used to promote MOBE too.
Not to mention, some of what he was saying in the video matches how MOBE works.
Thankfully, MOBE itself is not a scam.
However, you should absolutely do your research before buying into this. Because the costs are WELL into the $10,000’s to qualify to earn the higher level income. It’s a ‘pay to play’ MLM system where you buy the same stuff you want to promote.
Not my cup of tea, but that doesn’t make it a scam.
The real scam is the way is the site promoting it. With no regard for explaining to people what they are really getting. Instead, “Matt Driscoll” uses extreme hype and misleading claims to trick people into buying.
Most people would have no idea what they are really getting into in this way.
Is My Online Daily Income a Scam?
Yes. My Online Daily Income is a scam in my opinion.
Not one word of the sales pitch is real, ethical or actually shows you what you are really getting yourself into.
The way these sites operate is completely unethical. And since the video is so broad, it can be used to promote anything. So at this point they are promoting MOBE, but this can change without notice.
In any case, there is no way you are going to plug into this, or any system, and start making millions of dollars. The only time you will see this kind of BS is when someone is trying to scam you.
The real people making money with sites like this, are those running them. Because they prey on unsuspecting people who don’t know any better, and profit from it.
What you decide to do is up to you. But hopefully the points I’ve made in this review give you some more insight into what this is really about.
Obviously, there is no way I am recommending this to you. I only recommend programs I use myself and that I know work.
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