Auto Commission Bot

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Yet another massive mail from the known names affiliate, this Auto Commission Bot looks just like all the recent launches. A Blind sales letter and all the typical red flags.

This is a software from Michael Pieterson (some said that Ian Ross is behind) any thoughts on this one?

Here is the link Auto Commission Bot (by any means affiliate)
#product reviews #auto #bot #commission
  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    Still trying to find a decent traffic generation product to mail to my list and, as I still had some 'review budget' left I bought Auto Commission Bot ($67,00).

    Sometimes you have to over look the hype to find some rare gems (yes... it happened before).

    However...

    The first red alert that I found is that is not a Clickbank product (it's managed by Plimus and is a pain in the a** to ask for a refund on plimus)

    When you buy there are 3 upsells.

    first a software upgrade to mobile apps (didn't take it)

    second, for the description made seems to be a suscription to Affiliate X but I might be mistaken.

    third a complete video training

    and in the download page there are 6 'bonuses' (actually they are affiliate banners to other products.

    Now the revealing moment... what is Auto commision Bot?... well... I HAVE NO IDEA!

    Seriously there is no manual, documentation, instructions, guide, blueprint, picture, hint, clue or whatever that tells you what it is, what it does, or how to use it.

    There is however a 'Initial setup where you find some info about mindset and double optin and a system but no tangible info on what is the software...

    You just stare the screen wondering what to do and avoiding the reflexion of your own stupid face in the monitor thinking 'why oh why I didn't listen to that little voice in the back of my head warning me of such blatant stupidity!' (to be fair is the same voice that tells me to burn down my ex-boss's house so I tried no to listen too often)

    I navigate through the so call modules or whatever and there is no intuitive navigation. There is a live training on how to start up on november 15th...

    It seems that the third upsell is necesary to use the product... but I didn't read the small print where it says 'instructions sold separately, batteries are not included' :confused:

    I don't know how awesome or how aweful it is, but there is only one chance to get a first imppression and in my humble opinion they blew it.

    Is up to you if you want to stick around or as me run like hell and cry out loud for a refund (Yeah! I want my money back!), there is no way in hell that I promote this to my list, period.
    • Profile picture of the author Mored
      Hi neodarth,
      Thanks so much for your review. I must say that my immediate reaction these days when the next wave of impossible claims floods into my inbox, is to come to the Warrior forum and read really useful reviews such as yours (which made me laugh out loud too - double the fun!).
  • Profile picture of the author cesarsan
    I've bought (in the recent past even) some software that comes with no manual or instructions. They were all pretty focused on one single function and pretty simple to figure out.

    If this software is complex and, worse, if the manual is a upsell (!?) that would be a quite insane task to learn how to use it.
  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    Update: OK I get a response... they send me a link to a User's guide...

    Now I'm a little more clue on what this ACB is all about... and I put emphasys in the "little"...

    You have a free website... that is actually a MU wordpress blog on a .info domain (??)

    You have some plugins, some are working, some don't... when you click on the main plugin that I'm assuming is the "software" you have this message...

    "Auto Commission Bot Is Coming!…

    Auto Commission Bot takes the guesswork out of getting started, gives you solid instructions that are step by step and simple to follow. The Future Is Now! … Read More Dismiss"

    The traffic generation apparently is not automatic because they give you some tips on how to drive traffic to your new site... and the whole "auto" part is because you can replicate process of a system with a few tasks.

    I'm still thinking is a bad idea... still... I'll give these guys a week (until the first training) to prove me wrong.



    Note to myself: "if looks like BS, smell like BS, feels like BS, taste like BS... is because it is BS!"
    • Profile picture of the author alfrescoid
      Hi neodarth,

      I (and I am sure so many, many others) have been sucked in by half-baked bot software that is either unfinished or non-functional.

      Have you determined if the "charming" Mr Ross is behind this yet? If so, I would run, not walk to get my money back.

      I was silly enough to get the horrendous Turbo Profit Sniper a while back...it never worked and now appears to have been completely abandoned...
  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    What is traffic main source of Auto Commission Bot?
    • Profile picture of the author neodarth
      Originally Posted by himanuzo View Post

      What is traffic main source of Auto Commission Bot?
      you might find it ironic but as a buyer I been asking the very same question you did.

      But. By the rough guide they sent me, seems that the main source of traffic is SEO.

      There is a mention on free classified ads, blogging, social media. I really can't tell you. Perhaps some other user might unlock the secret behind this?
  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    UPDATE: I created a site and gives me a fatal error (memory error) and the path that shows me where my site was attemped to be created is /home/ianross/public_html/......

    So mr. Ross IS behind this (or is loaning his hosting account) The decision is yours I held no responsability for your actions.
    • Profile picture of the author Zero
      Eeeeeeww....yet another product with the words 'auto' & 'bot'.

      Its always the same. Same tired promises, same lame software, and they neglect to tell you that you really have to buy the upsell if its gonna work for you.

      I think i'm, just gonna unsubscribe from anyone who promotes this crap to me. I'm fed up of these crappy clickbank launches.

      Originally Posted by neodarth View Post

      you might find it ironic but as a buyer I been asking the very same question you did.

      But. By the rough guide they sent me, seems that the main source of traffic is SEO.

      There is a mention on free classified ads, blogging, social media. I really can't tell you. Perhaps some other user might unlock the secret behind this?
      Wait, so 1 hand, they attack SEO...social media and other stuff they claim other gurus promote which he claims is complete crap, yet in reality...its the exact same thing he's teaching.

      Theonly people who fall for these crappy products are newbies. In a few weeks, we'll have yet another auto bot software which promises this same thing.
  • Profile picture of the author balara
    Neodarth! I was just about to hit the purchase button when the words "Warrior Forum" flashed in my mind. Thank you so much for your intuitive scepticism. You have saved many of us from probably losing $67, but more importantly, you have prevented the frustration, disappointment, waste of time and the inevitable "how could I have been sucked in yet again" syndrome.

    With appreciation,
    Veronica
    • Profile picture of the author BerryIntlOnline
      Hey, I just wanted to put in my two cents. I bought the program, curious as to what it might be. I will have to admit that I'm an impulse buyer in remission. I've since asked for a refund and am finding the same problems that others have already posted. I think it's interesting how many people, even the "super affiliates", say "No Questions Asked" refund policy and then as soon as you submit a refund request, they send you an email that says, "Don't you want to try it out? Why don't you stay? Did you read the manual?" What kind of dishonorable people are these? They can't even fulfill on their "guarantee"?! I've become so upset with all these people selling courses that are marked up to be fantastic and all it is is another course telling me to go on ezinearticles, and use all of the PLR articles that they give you to drive traffic. Pathetic. I echo the comment earlier that I'm about to unsubscribe from all of these people who promote this garbage. Anyway, I hope all of you who have a list aren't shy in sharing your opinions about these programs, instead of always just promoting, let's start protecting.
  • Profile picture of the author usearchme2
    I agree with some of the above comments its total rubbish save your money, ive emailed 4 times asking for help with the site, and receive nothing.

    I am filing for a refund as we speak, says theres a 60 day money back guarentee, we will see wont we !

    I will also think twice about purchasing from such pages in future now, you can sometimes take something from these purchases, but this one you cannot.

    With reguards a refund dont waste ur time emailing submission bot, email the provider which is plimus and I also paid via paypal so if i dont get anything via them i will file a paypal claim.

    Dont let these peopel keep ur money.

    Woc
  • Profile picture of the author SuccessMatrix
    Wow - thanks a lot neodarth for starting this thread - and thanks to all the others contributing their experiences.

    I have to say I am an extremely bad believer, meaning usually hard to sell on promises. But in this case for some reason in spite of the blind sales page I was extremely tempted to buy...!! Fortunately as always did some research first - and you guys prevented me to give in to a perfectly blinding sales letter!


    Lessons learned? You don't really need a great product, what obviously counts in the first place is a killer sales copy!!!!!!! Then you can sell ice to eskimos...


    But what still shocks me over again is, how those guys dare not only to exaggerate, that would be acceptable, but how they dare to sell something that does not even "exist" let alone work!
    The product as it seems is not even a bot or automation, the product is a labyrinth of guesswork of a non-existing product with an "on-demand-only-user manual" ???

    Who is behind this at all? How do those scammers manage to hide behind always new names, and still make cash with a bad reputation........... fascinating..


    And guys like this are the reason why we go back buying from known "gurus" only! Because they at least cannot afford to sell completely fake products. hmm...
    And the honest small business marketer with a cool product is losing out, just because he/she has no name yet... That makes me real upset.
  • Profile picture of the author miked2345
    Ok... I got interested in internet marketing about 3 years ago... I've seen ALOT of CRAP and a few good programs.

    But by FAR, the best money I've spent is on my Warrior Forum membership here... WF has saved me a TON of money by way of reviews like this, keeping me from buying more crap programs!

    Thanks, WF!!!
  • Profile picture of the author Frank Tocco
    I was just about to click the pay now button when I thought I would check here first.
    Thanks for warning me.
    I found it odd that every review site about the product could not say what it was exactly or how it works.
    Jeez!
    • Profile picture of the author Vincent Moore
      Well, thanks to Neodarth, I've just unsubscribed from a couple of more mailing lists. I've decided that anyone that promotes stuff like this to me isn't someone I can trust or that I need to be following advice from. It kills me when someone that I actually respectED mails me on something like this.

      Vince
  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    So is final... I never get to understand the concept of this... never have access to the training and I don't have any intention to get the VIP training... I'm too tired to ask these guys for a refund, so I'll go direct to paypal.

    I'll end this chapter with a bitter taste in my mouth. I'm still searching for the perfect free traffic generation system to offer to my list (is the only thing is missed in my promotions).
    • Profile picture of the author SuccessMatrix
      Thanks for sharing the pain you went through neodarth - this at least makes it not have been for "nothing", prevented others buying into that scam. Maybe that thought can make you feel a little bit better - being our bold hero
  • Profile picture of the author matark
    Ditto thanks to NeoDarth for testing the waters for us. Too bad it turned out to be a dismal swamp.

    P.S. I'd like to add my name to the "The Following User Says Thank You to neodarth For This Useful Post" part, but I don't know what the link/icon looks like. Heck, I'd even tip a $1 if there was an option to do so. This is at least the 3rd time a Warrior Forum member has saved me from wasting time/money on a dodgy product.
    • Profile picture of the author matark
      Reading these "warning" reviews is interesting... but what about "happy" stories? Or is that what the whole rest of this site is to be about?

      Originally Posted by matark View Post

      Ditto thanks to NeoDarth for testing the waters for us. Too bad it turned out to be a dismal swamp.

      P.S. I'd like to add my name to the "The Following User Says Thank You to neodarth For This Useful Post" part, but I don't know what the link/icon looks like. Heck, I'd even tip a $1 if there was an option to do so. This is at least the 3rd time a Warrior Forum member has saved me from wasting time/money on a dodgy product.
      OT: Just found out you can't Thank until you have 5 posts.
  • Profile picture of the author Sell
    Save Your Money, Don't Buy This Product! At least you get across your message to others, save your money, AND get a refund for those who purchased.
  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    I promise this is the last thing I'll said about this thread.

    Some people asked me where to get a refund. There are three methods to do so.

    First contact the vendor directly to the mail that appears in the receipt generally is support@something and in the subject add the words refund.

    Second start a Paypal dispute login into your paypal account and heading to the resolution center tab.

    And finally go to the vendor's processor in this case Plimus and in the customer support write the order reference number and your email and then under 'Billing Issues' check where it says 'Refund'.

    Here's the link for Plimus customer support

    Final words: I don't like to rant that much, and somehow deep inside (Waaaay deep) I feel bad for screw up some sales to the vendor, because I know how hard and stressing is to put a product on air within a schedule. And I know this guys had the best intentions to put a top notch product that will deliver everything they promise.

    Unfortunately for them things didn't work the way they intend (I'm pushing myself to believe so) and all they good intentions to give a great user experience turned into a mediocre launch full of missing parts.

    If there is some user or developer of this product that had good results with this auto bot commission, then I'm open to debate and hopefully someone prove me wrong because I'm really pushing myself to believe that there was no scam intended in this launch.
  • Profile picture of the author Rsberg
    neodarth,

    I really enjoy your approach to reviewing.....no BS and straight forward...outstanding!

    Sent you a PM, hope to hear back.

    Once again...great work here, truely helpfull to all!

    Robert
  • Profile picture of the author Calvin Tan
    Yeah. ACS is one of the worst software I had ever brought! Luckily they refund me=)
    It sounds like some kind of SCAM that doesnt work
  • Profile picture of the author boknows
    Warrior Help Please ~ I too bought into the ACB. I purchased for $67 through CB. Then I purchased the upsell, the VIP package. Well, I returned my CB product without a problem but the VIP did not go through CB so I have contacted the ACB folks directly for the rest of the refund. I will let you know what happens but am wondering, is anyone else in a similar situation?
    Bo
  • Profile picture of the author boknows
    A copy of what I posted on their support forum ...

    "
    #4537 Cancel My VIP Subscription

    I cancelled my Clickbank order regarding your product. As your product did not work for me. Now please cancel my VIP subscription and anything else I have with you. This product did not work for me. See you on the Warrior Forum.
    Best,
    Bo"
    • Profile picture of the author jpkitta
      Thanks for your review neodarth. I was almost tempted to buy this product. You just saved me $67. Man, I love the Warrior Forum!
  • Profile picture of the author EdnaM
    I bought this when it came out and asked for refund. The user guide confused me more....the membership has black background and navigation is quite confusing. I still have no idea what the product does exactly. Honestly I would not waste my time with this...
  • Profile picture of the author Purplemagic
    Thank you Warrior Forum for saving me $67.
    For the first time I bit my lip and checked here before pushing the purchase button. I had a sneaky suspicion this might be turn out to be on the nose like unrefrigerated fish!
    The warning bells for me were there when the promoter kept rubbishing the competition; he was like a terrier with a bone and wouldn't or couldn't resist having a go at all and sundry. Coming from a sales background myself I learned long ago not to rubbish your competitors because you indirectly do yourself harm. So I thought let's check what the WFers are saying.
    Glad I did.
    Also I too am going unsubscribe from the list that sent me the link.

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