Welcome to my review of Website ATM.
This is a new site that claims to help make over $500 per day by “pushing a button”. Apparently, all the work is done for you, so you just signup and watch the cash flood in.
Sounds a bit too good to be true, doesn’t it?
That’s because it is. In this review, I’ll show you what this “system” is all about, to help you decide if it’s worth buying or if it’s something you should avoid.
Website ATM Review
I came across this site while surfing the web, and the moment I saw it I knew something wasn’t right.
I’ve reviewed 100’s of ‘make money online’ programs on this blog over the years. So you come to know when something is at least halfway legit and when it’s just using hype to sell you something.
Unfortunately, Website ATM falls into the latter category.
This site uses every trick in the book to convince you that by signing up, and paying the $47 fee, you are going to get access to a secret money making system.
One that generates you at least $500 per day or more, at (literally) the push of a single button.
I earn a full time income online, with a website, so I KNOW first hand that making money online does not happen that easily. There is no such thing as pushing a magic button to make money.
Other than using extremely misleading hype, the site also uses other tactics like pretending there’s only “limited spots” available.
So that you feel you need to ‘hurry’ and buy before the time runs out. This is known as ‘fake scarcity’ because the truth is the spots are NOT limited at all.
Simply refresh the page and the number of available spots resets.
The other thing this site does is use FAKE testimonials to pretend as if other people are making tons of money with the system. Right throughout the sales video, we see constant popups of people who are supposedly making money with Website ATM.
I’ve seen my fair share of fake testimonials so I know them when I see them. But I don’t expect you to take my word for it so here’s proof…
As you can see, these people are nothing more than stock photos.
I could go on about all the BS in this sales page, but I think you get the point. These people are using every trick in the book to convince unsuspecting people to buy on impulse.
What exactly are you buying and how does it work? Read on…
How Does It Work?
Website ATM works by luring you onto the sales page, and selling you into a scam.
This typically starts with a SPAM email or an advertisement of some kind. I’ve seen this same sort of site many times now, and one common method they use is fake news articles.
As in, articles that appear to be a legitimate news report but in reality are ads to funnel you into the sales page.
For example sites I’ve reviewed like Money Sucking Websites literally use the SAME sales video and site design as this, and use the same tactics to lure you in. Or more recently, sites like Point To Click Profits.
In any case, the whole thing starts by luring you to the sales page.
One you’re on this page, they want to get your name, email and phone number before you can proceed. This is so that (even if you don’t buy on the next page) they can SPAM you and sell your information to other unethical marketers who’ll do the same.
If you do buy, the initial cost is $47 and you get some VERY basic (generic) training on ways to make money online. Stuff that in my opinion will not help you make much, if any, money online.
And what’s worse, if you do buy, you are immediately hit with upsells.
The people running this pitch you on progressively higher priced programs. Within the site itself, by email and phone, using pushy telemarketing sales people.
Unfortunately some people have lost a LOT of money this way.
It can also be very difficult to get your money back from sites like this because they are constantly changing URLs and website names. Not to mention they often operate overseas behind the cover of anonymity.
Verdict – Is Website ATM a Scam?
Yes, in my opinion Website ATM is a blatant scam.
This site uses extremely misleading marketing hype to convince you that spending $47 will lead you to riches. Even claiming that everything will literally happen at the push of one button.
But Website ATM goes beyond misleading hype.
Their SOLE goal is getting as much money out of you as humanly possible. Which is why the initial payment is just the beginning.
Those who do buy are upsold higher and higher ticket programs that are equally as useless as the first one.
Make no mistake about it, the only people “getting rich quick” here are the people running this scam.
It is possible to create a legitimate income online. But like ANY worthwhile endeavor, it takes time and effort to build your business and see results. Nothing happens at the push of a button.
This is something scammers say to make money off of unsuspecting newbies. Plain and simple.
What you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this.