Pay It Forward System – Scam or Legit? [Review]

Welcome to my review of Pay It Forward System.

This is a new system created by “Danielle Rose” that claims to help the “average joe” generate a realistic online income. Apparently, to the tune of $10,000’s per month.

But is this legit, or just another scam?

Let’s take a closer look to find out…

Pay It Forward System Review

I came across this site today ( which consists of video presented by Danielle Rose…

Danielle Rose

Apparently, Danielle is an “internet multi-millionaire”. And she’s “paying it forward” by giving 35 people exclusive access to her “money generating website” for just $1.

The video talks a lot about how easy it’s going to be to make tons of money online and how fast it’s going to happen. As if you’re just going to plugin and watch the money roll in.

In other words, the sales video is full of your typical “get rich quick hype”.

There’s also a bunch of testimonials from people who claim to be making money with the system. Like this guy who claims he’s making an extra $2k per week…

Fake Testimonial Pay It Forward System

The testimonials appear to be “average joes” who say they’re earning considerable money, all thanks to the Pay It Forward System.

But the truth is, these people are really just ACTORS.

I’ve looked into hundreds of make money online systems on this blog over the years, so it’s fairly easy to spot the fakers. For example, sites like Insiders Cash Club and Point To Click Profits use the same tricks.

I don’t expect you to take my word for it though, so here’s proof…

Fiverr Actor

As you can see, the same guy who claims to be crushing it with the system, is really just an actor from a site called Fiverr.

He is literally getting paid to ‘pretend’ to be making money with the system. Just like those in the other testimonials.

Read on to see how this ‘system’ really works…

How Does Pay It Forward System Work?

Let me start by saying that this system does NOT work by “paying it forward”.

This is unfortunately nothing more than a marketing gimmick.

The way this system really works, is by using hype to sell you a low quality training on making money with affiliate marketing.

It all starts with a spammy email, like the one I received, that leads you to a sales page full of get rich quick hype.

The site also tries to convince you that there’s only “only 35 spots left”. When in reality there are no limited spots, this is a sales tactic to convince you to buy on impulse.

Anyways, if you do buy for $1, you get access to some BASIC training on how to make money with affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model, and it is possible to earn a living this way. This is where you promote other companies products for a commission online.

In and of itself, affiliate marketing is a legitimate way to earn money online.

But this training is not going to teach you how to start making tons of money like the sales page claims. And you certainly are NOT getting access to a “money generating website”. Such a website simply does not exist.

The other point I want to make is that there are hidden costs involved.

The first of these is hidden within the terms and conditions page. Which clearly states that after the first 5 days, you will be charged an additional $18.95…

hidden charges

I find this to be quite misleading, because at no point was this mentioned anywhere on the sales or oder pages. Rather, it is only visible within a page nobody reads.

Aside from this, there’s also numerous upsells immediately after buying.

Which is common among most of the programs I review. These sites “get you in the door” for a small price (like $1) and then immediately start selling you more and more stuff. In some cases to the tune of $1,000’s or even $10,000’s.

So to sum it up.. you are paying $1 (plus hidden costs) for access to a basic training on affiliate marketing. One which I doubt will make you any money at all, let alone the crazy amounts of money “Danielle” claims in the sales video.

Verdict – Is Pay It Forward System a Scam?

Yes, Pay It Forward System is a scam in my opinion.

And I say this for three main reasons…

First of all, the marketing is extremely misleading. From get rich quick hype claims, to fake testimonials and fake claims of ‘limited spots’ to convince you to buy on impulse. All the common scam tactics I see across many other scam sites.

Second of all, the program itself is very basic and in my opinion, not worth buying to begin with. You may learn some basic concepts, but nothing you couldn’t find for free online.

Third of all, there are hidden costs and upsells which in my opinion make this even more misleading than it already is. Pretending to be “paying it forward” while (in reality) charging hidden fees and upsells, is incredibly disingenuous if you ask me.

I guess it’s technically not an outright scam in the sense you do get SOME value for your money. But to be honest you could find that same information for free, by reading a good blog on affiliate marketing.

I also want to point out that, while Danielle Rose appears to be a successful internet marketer who wants to help you succeed, she’s probably just an actress like those who pretend to be making money in the testimonials.

I was unable to find ANY real information about this person, and the website domain shows an anonymous registration. So I’m willing to bet that “Danielle Rose” is really just a ‘front’ for whoever’s really running the show.

In any case, the only person who’s really making money off of this, is the person who’s selling this to you. Whoever they are.

Rather than helping you build a real online business, they use hype to profit off of unsuspecting people who do not know any better.

What you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this.

2 thoughts on “Pay It Forward System – Scam or Legit? [Review]”

  1. I am james r.barrow from carver,ma. business owner former town official hereby respect tim mcnally on this site payitforward soret it out find discrepencies in this program not my opinium jrb ent.


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