Welcome to my review of Quick Home Websites.
This is a new site that claims you can “copy a weird trick” to “begin earning $1,000 per day online”. Apparently, your money making account is being setup as you watch the video.
If you this sounds too good to be true, that’s because it is.
Let me explain…
Quick Home Websites Review
I came across this site (quickhomewebsites.com) today, and from the moment I saw it, I knew what I was looking at.
Quick Home Websites might appear to be a new “money making system”. But it’s really just a clone of a site I reviewed about 5 months ago called Your Dream Websites.
Literally, this is the exact same site.
The sales video is the same, the copy on the page is the same and the underlying the site is selling for $37 is EXACTLY the same. They even use the same fake testimonials…
The ONLY difference here, is that this version is called Quick Home Websites instead of Your Dream Websites.
Why would someone run the same program under different names?
Good question. And the answer is, because after a while people figure that the program is bogus. So negative reviews and complaints pile up, which is bad for the person selling it.
So, in order to keep the scam running, they simply change the name and URL, and continue selling this as “something new”. Rinse, repeat.
Read on to see what you’re really getting yourself into if you buy…
How Does Quick Home Websites Work?
The way this site works is like most “make money online” programs I review.
The people running the show (who remain anonymous) send out bulk SPAM emails to as many people as humanly possible. And those emails encourage you to click on the link, to see how you can begin making lots of money online.
When you click on the link in the email, you are taken to the sales page.
Which is FULL of hype about making big money, the easy way.
The particular sales page is presented by someone who calls himself “Jake”. He claims to have been a broke struggling newbie, who found a way to make tons of money online, and now he is sharing it with you.
Jake even goes as far as to say that he is making you money, while you sit there watching the sales video.
This type of hype is extremely misleading in my opinion.
Because nobody is making ANY money at all just for watching that video. Rather, you are watching a sales pitch, which is purely designed to convince you to spend $37 for a basic course on affiliate marketing.
And if you do decide to buy, you are immediately hit with upsells.
Some of these upsells are quite expensive too, so even though the starting price is only $37, the overall cost can become a lot higher if you buy into the upsells.
In any case, there is nothing “secret” or “amazing” about this program.
I earn a full time income doing affiliate marketing. So I know how this process works and I also know that it takes time and effort to build a profitable business this way.
There is no “shortcut” to success, despite what sites like this claim.
Verdict – Is Quick Home Websites a Scam?
Quick Home Websites is a scam in my opinion.
It’s an exact clone of an existing scam known as Your Dream Websites, and operates in a similar way to scams like Auto Online Sites.
The whole thing is about using extreme hype to sell you something that (in my opinion) just isn’t worth buying.
The video uses every trick in the book to convince you that it’s a legit way to start making $1,000’s per day. You are even told that you’re making money just for watching it.
All of this is just pure hype. And the purpose is to convince you to buy something that you could probably find for free. Since it’s really a generic on making money online that in my opinion won’t help you make any money at all.
Not to mention I find it unethical to pretend like something costs $37 when in reality the true costs far exceed this, when you factor in the upsells.
It is possible to earn real money online. But as with anything worthwhile, it takes time and effort to get into profit. It will not (and will never) happen by purchasing shiny objects like this.
The only people making money off of stuff like this, are the people running it.
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