Your Dream Websites – Scam or Legit $1000 Per Day System?

Welcome to my review of Your Dream Websites.

This is a new site that claims you can “make $1,000 per day using a free weird trick- starting today”. Apparently it’s a super simple money making system that does all the work for you.

Sounds exciting, right?

Maybe. But it also sounds too good to be true if you ask me. So I decided to take a closer look into this ‘system’ to see if it’s legit or just another scam.

In this review, I’ll show you exactly what I found…

Your Dream Websites Review

I came across this site (yourdreamwebsites.com) by chance earlier today, and the moment I saw it I knew something wasn’t right.

I’ve reviewed hundreds of programs on this site over the years, so whenever I see sites that claim you can “copy a weird trick to make money online” the scam alarms start ringing.

For example, Get The Discovery is a scam site I exposed recently that promises a similar thing.

The “copy my success” routine is a common tactic used by unethical marketers to convince you that making money online is ‘push button easy’. As if you will just copy and paste your way to riches overnight.

I hate to be the one to tell you this- but it’s not that easy!

I personally earn a full time income online doing affiliate marketing with a website, which is essentially what this person is selling you on. So I know it takes time and effort to get results, like ANY real business.

The only people telling you that you’ll start making $1000 per day from day 1 are the scammers looking to make money off of you. They might be making that kind of money, but they are doing so by selling you false hope. Not by actually helping you.

How Does Your Dream Websites Work?

This site works by using extreme hype to convince you to pay $37 for a ‘secret system’.

It starts with a SPAM email, which takes you to the site with a video presented by “Jake”. Who’s apparently some rich internet guru but in reality is nothing more than a fake persona, so he or she could be anyone.

Once you watch the video, you hear about how amazing the system is and how much money you will make.

Which is followed by testimonial after testimonial from ‘real people’.

Trouble is, these testimonials are NOT legitimate.

How do I know this?

Firstly, the video testimonials are from people who were once involved in a scam called MOBE. Whoever is running this site is literally using OLD testimonials that have nothing to do with this program.

I can’t exactly prove this because I only know this from memory after watching countless hours of sales videos over the years.

However, I am able to prove that the other testimonials are fake.

For example, here are some of the ‘income screenshots’ from people supposedly making money with the system…

Testimonial - Your Dream Websites
Testimonial - Your Dream Websites

Looks legit at a glance, but further research reveals they are just stock photos:

Stock Photo Woman
Source: shutterstock.com
Stock Photo Man
Source: mediabakery.com

So “Jake” has got some stock photos and some generic income screenshots to make it look as if people are crushing it with the system.

He also uses an auto generated text feed that says stuff like “Alyssa made $17k in two months”…

Fake Testimonials

These testimonials have ZERO credibility folks.

Literally anyone could write anything the want there, so you should never buy into stuff like this.

The reality is, real people are NOT making money with this system, because this system isn’t the real deal. It is pure hype and it works by luring in newbies who need to make money fast.

Anyways, if you do buy, you are immediately hit with higher priced upsells because this is how the people running these scams make their money off of you.

Once you get past this, you get access to a members area with some generic training on making money with affiliate marketing. Which is simply not worth buying, and you could find better quality information for free online by reading a good blog.

In and of itself, affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model.

But it takes time and effort to start earning even a modest income this way. You certainly won’t be signing up and earning $1,000’s from the get go like this site claims. This is pure hype, nothing more.

Verdict – Is Your Dream Websites a Scam?

Your Dream Websites is a scam in my opinion, yes.

The site uses extreme hype and all the common unethical marketing tactics to convince you to part with $37 and then even more with the upselling.

It is possible to earn good money online, but it takes time and effort. Especially if you are looking to make money with a website.

I personally know from experience that this is something that takes time and persistence. It is not uncommon to work for a few months to even begin earning. This is the real REALITY of what it takes to succeed.

Sites like this don’t have the “secret system” to making you money, they just do a good job of making money off of you. They prey on people who do not know how real online business works and this is how they profit.

It really is that simple.

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

Tim McKinlay
Hope you enjoyed the article! My name is Tim and I’m the creator of Affiliate UNguru. I started this site out of a passion to help others avoid scams and to share how I’ve been able to create a successful business online. You can see how I did it in this free training.

5 thoughts on “Your Dream Websites – Scam or Legit $1000 Per Day System?”

  1. Thanks for this post. I got a text with the link to the video and it definitely sounded too good to be true so I set out looking for reviews. Yours is extremely helpful as it is full of information. I won’t be giving them any of my money. You also said that you do affiliate marketing. I’m interested in that. Do you write articles or have a website where you teach people how to be a successful affiliate marketer? I’m not looking to get rich quick I just want to make some extra money for my family, thanks, Lori-Wendalynn

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  2. Thank you Tim, It is now 3 months after your post and the scam is still running with the same stock photos/first 3 days income” as in your screenshots.

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    • Hey Matt,

      Yeah these scams can run for years even, as long as the people running it are making money, they’ll keep it running. If the SHTF then they’ll just swap a few details around and launch it again under a new name.

      This is the unfortunate reality of the ‘make money online’ space which is why it’s so important to do your homework as you are now.

      Anyways thanks for commenting and all the best going forward.

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