Freebie Money Printer
Name: Freebie Money Printer
Owners: Scott Agee & Stefan Dessalines
Alright, my most recent review was on a very, very similar program to the Freebie Money Printer, so this shouldn't take that long. The formula is similar and both ended promoting some type of network marketing business, which they considered “optional”.
The Freebie Money Printer starts off as free, but then asks for a credit card for each of the programs they recommend. If you don't cancel this (manually) then you will be billed. But they just do this to make sure you're a real person. Whatever.
First You Need to Signup, Then Signup, And Then Signup Again – Really?
This is the first thing that really irritated the crap out of me. Every time I put my email addy in every single one of these forms, I thought about how many emails I will be getting trying to promote the next best money making system.
When you signup with these guys, you will also be signing up with many others and it is almost never ending. I have never done more signing up to anything than I did with The Freebie Money Printer.
First you signup to signup, then you signup to get more info, and then you signup to create your free account. Are you serious? The only difference with the last signup page, is you have to put in your “desired” name and “desired” password. The submit button said something like “sign me up now!” and I really felt the frustration when I hit it. Ridiculous!
The Big Kabang
When you first start off, you will signup with the Big Kabang, which is a marketing program that is affiliated with many fortune 500 companies. These companies pay the Big Kabang to get them referrals and this is where you come in. I actually like that name, Big Kabang. Say it out loud. LOL
As a member of the Big Kabang, you will go out and get these referrals for them, which of course will go to the fortune 500 companies and you get paid $40. Pretty simple right?
Keep in mind that this is not MLM or network marketing (yet) and you will not be recruiting anyone or trying to sell them products either. You will be directing these customers to them how? How is the big question and this is where things get a little tricky.
This is really designed for experienced marketers and if you're fairly new to the online world, I would like to be the first to tell you that it is not as easy as it sounds. If you know what you're doing and you know how to get traffic, you can make some good money doing this.
How You Get Paid
With the Big Kabang, you get paid daily. Don't forget that it's the getting money part that's hard to do, so pick your jaw back up and focus on what you are really getting here.
You get paid through Paypal, which is your safest bet and very highly recommended that you do most online transactions via Paypal. When you're in the back office, you would have to click on “order” and they will pay you within 24 hours.
I have heard of members lending people their credit cards to complete this step and that is fricken crazy! That just shows you how desperate people are and what they'll do just to get you to signup (the not so easy part).
I don't care if you get paid everyday, if you're not making money at all then this is completely useless. However, if you are making some good money (daily), then this is awesome!
How Free Turns Into Thousands In No Time
You have this “free system” that you can show to anyone that wants to make money online, but it is easier said than done. You will then be finding ways to promote this system, which will lead to the good ole “option”. Getting the traffic to these offers is no walk in the park and this is what will make you start spending.
As a network marketer, you will do anything and everything to get a signup (not easy), which will cause a lot of people to get irritated and of course think everything they come across is a scam. DO NOT let this review make you think that, please.
The program starts off as free, with you signing up for 3 companies, which is where you will be getting paid from. With everyone you sign up, you get. This is just the beginning and will only lead to Freebie Money Printer's main goal.
This is where a completely free offer gets dirty. You will see other things on the site that are “optional”, but with some decent marketing tactics, you might want to give this a try.
This is where they really want you to get to and this is where it isn't going to be free either. You will want to give it a try and soon you'll find yourself spending more money than you earn in no time.
If you do jump into this option, you will see how promoting free things turned into you promoting Pure Leverage, because you need to get that investment back.
This is nothing but a cycle and if you're not as good as the owners of Freebie Money Printer, then good luck trying to get signups and make sales with Pure Leverage.
So don't let the whole “this is not mlm or network marketing” fool you, because in the end, it will become just that. From non network marketing business to full blown network marketing in no time!
Pros & Cons
- Does work (not easy)
- Pays daily
- Very confusing
- Too many companies to signup with
- Too many up-sells (pays your referral)
So is Freebie Money Printer a Scam?
Hmmm, how should I put this? Let's say that in the beginning, the making money part is totally legit, because you CAN make money. I'm not saying you will, because it is not an easy process.
As for the overall “system”, I think (Me, John) that the Freebie Money Printer is a complete scam, simply because of their hidden agenda. Anything associated with Pure Leverage or any of those 100% commission nonsense is nothing but a scam.
This system is just another way to get you to their ultimate goal, which is Pure Leverage. Once you get involved with these guys, you will become something you didn't start out as, and that my friend is a thing called a network marketer.
If you have heard of them or any company similar, you would know what they are all about. Only 1% of the company literally makes money while all the little rodents at the bottom make a couple of sales here and there, just to fuel the big shots at the top.
You can signup to Freebie Money Printer or you can save yourself from spending thousands and avoid “free” programs like this before you get sucked into their marketing scheme and become another statistic. There are some make money programs out there that do work and don't require you to spend thousands on marketing training to promote the same company you signed up for.
I hope you found this Freebie Money Printer review to help you in one way or the other. If you know more about this program (not Pure Leverage) feel free to leave them in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Cheers!
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