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Unread 12th November 2012, 04:11 AM   #51
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I'd rather spend my $9 on chocolate.
LOL, ditto
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woooh thank you guys - nearly made the mistake of thinking because it has hit the top on clicksure it was a safe product... and very nearly sent to my list.... a quick google search and this comes up... will check here first next time...

anyone on here have decent clicksure products I can check out and promote?
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Unread 21st February 2013, 06:57 AM   #53
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Well Written, I fell for the Pitch as well, and Worse Yet Fell into the Webinar Upsell Trap. and ended up with $997 invested into software that once you go thru all the videos, and come to realization that its vastly over priced, you are already past the 7 day money back Guareentee that was cleverly hidden, after the insinuation of 60 days to do so. Today I have far Better Software that does so much more for far less, but the real lesson here is Sharks like this do damage to not only their Victims but to the legit honest marketers leaving carnage in their wake.
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Thanks for alerting me to this, bloody sharks !
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Unread 19th May 2013, 08:30 PM   #55
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Just a heads up that this program is being promoted again. I received an email on Paul Ponna's list (which I'm about to unsubscribe from!) - the program is on realquickapp . com this time around and it's the same routine with the beach house and the three people and the nice car and the blah blah blah.

I should also add that it was a very dodgy looking email. Seven short sentences and the subject line was 'Activation Needed (Your App)' ...
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Unread 20th May 2013, 03:30 PM   #56
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Have any of you heard of and tried Jeff Carter's RealQuickCommissions.com program? Well here's my word of warning for any of you that maybe thinking about it: don't bother.

Are any of you familiar with the Info Millionaire program in 2009? How about EDC Gold, or any of a host of other get rich on the Internet by selling software programs? This program combines all of them together in a despicable form with a worse than used-car-salesman-type-sales pitch. Let me show you what I mean:

I got an e-mail that someone had sent me and I actually watched the very long video that goes with it. It's at least 25 minutes long and included him showing you his fancy houses on the beach, his Range Rover car and promises you that he will show you FOR FREE how he makes money on the Internet working only 15 minutes a day. He then promises to show you that he will take 3 complete strangers and teach them how to do it, off the beach no less, in 15 minutes or less by following a simple video program.

Red flags were flying all over my head. I've seen this before more times than I care to admit. The whole tactic of building a desire within you to have what he has by purchasing his program is an age-old scheme. But here's the thing that infuriated me and is the reason I actually bought it because I wanted to see what was going on: he never does show you how he does it. Several times he promises his secrets that he will teach you “for free” and then somehow at the end you're forking out money to learn this “amazing” system.

In the video he wanders around barefoot on the beach trying to find 3 people who were supposedly complete strangers and offers to teach them how to make money online by using a simple system. If you look very closely at the footnotes on the website you will find that these are paid actors. I actually don't mind any of that because it would be just about impossible to do any other way. But here's what I do mind: he never does show you how he does it.

He invited each of these actors to his beautiful beachfront home promising them that if they will arrive in 2 hours he will teach them how to make a few hundred dollars every day from the Internet. Each of these so-called “strangers” all tell their stories about how they either never tried working online, don't know anything about the Internet, or lost their shirt with everything they had tried before.

The thing that bugs me most about these videos is the sleazy attitude of the presenter. He looks like the worst used-car-internet-salesman-lawyer you have ever seen in your life. And here's the worst part: you will be hit with more one-time offers than I have ever seen on any Internet program in my life. On purpose I went to each of the pages that are links that say something about “I decline this offer knowing I will never have it offered to me again” just by hovering over it and seeing where it's going to go. I would then type in the link and see what happens because supposedly, if I clicked on it, it would screw up my code and I would lose my chance.

Every one of these pages included another lengthy video with Jeff telling you how “I just can't believe you didn't accept that offer” and he his “going to take money out of my own pocket and pay for the things that I’m offering to you just to give you a chance to get you started”. I've never seen anything so sleazy in my life. It’s all fake.
And I was more determined than ever to expose this so I joined it with the full intention of getting a refund.

After making it through at least 6 one time offers I got into the program just to see what this was. All the system does is teach you how to put affiliate links from click bank on Facebook fanpages with an Aweber login account to get and build up a mailing list. Then he has all of these supposedly tremendous offers about getting free websites for you, Free Marketing with tons of traffic, etc. etc. and which all cost money. There is nothing free anywhere in this program. He didn't tell you his secrets for free and is not giving any websites or programs for free. There is nothing free anywhere even though he says there is.

The day after I joined this program at Facebook announced that they're going to start charging marketers who put up pages on Facebook. How is that going to fit into his program? He will find a way to charge you for it.

There is very little in the system of redeeming value, reality, clarity or real potential profits. The only one making money off the system is Jeff Carter and his associates. Putting up Clickbank offers on Facebook pages is nothing new. He also claims he's going to teach you how to put them on Pinterest, yet Pinterest has done a yeoman's job keeping people like Jeff Carter off of it.

I would avoid like the plague anything to do with RealQuickCommissions.com, something that I did not see mentioned anywhere on the Warrior Forum. I always check here for people's experience regarding programs out there, yet this was not listed and I'm not sure why.

My advice is to avoid it, at all costs. Even if it looks Free.
Thank you very much. I almost bought this at $9

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Unread 20th May 2013, 07:56 PM   #57
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Thanks soo much for the tip
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Hi: Just received the promotion on realquickapp. After clicking it off, I got to the page of getting it for $3. OK, not a lot of money. My issue with this is that it is promoted on clicksure. A few months ago, I purchased something on clicksure, and a week later got a call from my credit card company to verify if I have been ordering stuff from the other side of the world. Had to change my credit card. Coincidence? Maybe. But will not risk it. The reviews here did not help the program either.
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Hi, I just want to say thank you to smedsribaka for posting a reliable review and also to NYC Partners because it has some worth, but is far away from his promise
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Unread 21st May 2013, 09:46 PM   #60
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Buried in the small print at the bottom of the page is this; "The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system." So I guess he is honest after all. :-)
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Unread 22nd May 2013, 01:53 PM   #61
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Hi: Just received the promotion on realquickapp. After clicking it off, I got to the page of getting it for $3. OK, not a lot of money. My issue with this is that it is promoted on clicksure. A few months ago, I purchased something on clicksure, and a week later got a call from my credit card company to verify if I have been ordering stuff from the other side of the world. Had to change my credit card. Coincidence? Maybe. But will not risk it. The reviews here did not help the program either.
Got the email today, "REALQUICKCRAP"..I mean APP, how does he get away with it?? Again and again...
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Unread 22nd May 2013, 10:22 PM   #62
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These video's are filling up my inbox and I actually watched it, cringing at the acting but wondering if i could get commissions from this system all the same (you know how it is when you are feeding your family). Then I thought to check it out here in the forum. thanks soooooo much for this post and the consequent thread. Saved me a little money and a lot of time.
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Unread 23rd May 2013, 01:04 AM   #63
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Apparently, most reviews are crap themselves.

But smedsribaka seems to be one of the best, if not the best, of product reviews I have read here.

I receive dozens of emails promoting all these kinds of crap.

I had been subscribing to several "gurus" mailing lists thinking that I could get something of value from them.

But the present financial crisis have hurt even the big and used to be reliable "gurus" and now they are promoting every junk put out there.

Look at the JV and leaderboard lists these products have and you see every guru there promoting it.

I have been seeing lately promotions being processed through ClickSure and they seem to be similar. With the posts here I now know that it is because ClickBank is now getting tough with these "gurus" that promote crap.

With all these offers if you keep closing the tabs and keep clicking on the "Stay on this page" button you will almost always reach a page where you are offered a $2,693 website for ˇFREE!

But if you read the very small letters or keep going through the presentation, the website is free but you have to buy hosting and a domain name that the lowest offer is a 6 month trail for over $100.

You can't use your own hosting or domain.

RealQuickCommission is the same as RealQuickApp and it ends with the free website offer.

The $3 offer is followed by a $40 per month subscription.

Considering what has been exposed here, you have to be very worried if you receive an offered through ClickSure instead of ClickBank.

Apparently, crap sellers and resellers are using CS to sell their crap since CB won't accept them.

The best we can do is to unsubscribed from all those "gurus" that send us all those JV crap offers.

You are consistently being told that the money is in "the list". And we are in many lists, making money for the lists owners.

We, the subscribers, represent at least $1 per month to that list owner. If they have a 10K list that's $10K per month. That's because they asume that at list 10 % of that list will buy some kind of product promotion sent them on a monthly basis.

And, if that product, produces $10 per sale, 10% of 10K is 1K = $10,000.

You are a $$$$$$ symbol to the owners of every list that you have subscribed too.

Now those list owners are trying to get you to buy every crappy product been offered online, and they themselves don't even try a trail offer of that product.

They know that people keep buying these junk crap and that is what is important for them.

For every "valued" content that you receive from them, they will try to stick a dozen crap products up your throat.

I think that the best we can do is to keep unsubscribing from all these crap selling gurus, that they were once reliable, but not now.

Being a honest and legitimate online marketer is a very challenging task.

People buy dreams not reality.

Online success requires dedication, work, money and time investment, sacrifice.

All those 10K per month earners live in their computers, laptops, ipods, ipads, iphones. That's the only way to succeed online.

Of course, you can travel and don't worry about your online business if you have the money to outsource.

My humble opinion.

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Unread 6th June 2013, 08:21 AM   #65
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Hi: Just received the promotion on realquickapp. After clicking it off, I got to the page of getting it for $3. OK, not a lot of money. My issue with this is that it is promoted on clicksure. A few months ago, I purchased something on clicksure, and a week later got a call from my credit card company to verify if I have been ordering stuff from the other side of the world. Had to change my credit card. Coincidence? Maybe. But will not risk it. The reviews here did not help the program either.
Hi,

This is most likely because your card was not set up to allow international transactions. At ClickSure we focus on international processing solutions from our head office in China and through key partnerships in Mauritius, the United States and the UK.

So it would be perfectly normal if your card company contacted you about the attempted purchase, if you have never ordered a product or service on that card outside of your country of residence before.
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appreciate all you guys checking this stuff out for us
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My rule of thumb is this...if it has the words "real", "quick" and "commissions" anywhere in the copy, in any variation, it is more than likely a scam. Try it. You will be surprised at how accurate this "algorithm" truly is
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Just received an email again for this today. Looks like it's making the rounds again.
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