RealQuickCommissions.com Scam

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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.
#product reviews #realquickcommissionscom #scam
  • Profile picture of the author Vince1990
    I purchased this course myself last night for $9 and I couldn't have said it better myself stay far away from this product! You will not learn anything, it is an endless circle of up-sells
    which provide no value other than to make themselves and their buddies rich.
    • Profile picture of the author DavePalermo
      I kept laughing at the sales video.
      I constantly get e-mails like this in my spam box and today was the day I watched.

      I figured $9 was cheap enough to get on the inside.

      And as usual it su-ucks!

      And this is 1 stupid ass up sell after another.
      I can't believe that Anik Singal has a traffic product (IM Lobby) for sale in the back of this crappy commission codes.

      This is pathetic.
      As the saying goes...

      The more things change.....
  • Profile picture of the author nmoppa01
    It seems all these scams move to Clicksure (now that clickbank kicks them out), I have seen tons of complaints about Clicksure products, in Holland you can't even buy from Clicksure with CC, they are blocked here, so for me any product that uses Clicksure is a NO GO. I too got emails about this, I saw several different versions of the sales vid, my advice: STAY AWAY FROM IT!
    • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
      Originally Posted by nmoppa01 View Post

      It seems all these scams move to Clicksure (now that clickbank kicks them out), I have seen tons of complaints about Clicksure products, in Holland you can't even buy from Clicksure with CC, they are blocked here, so for me any product that uses Clicksure is a NO GO. I too got emails about this, I saw several different versions of the sales vid, my advice: STAY AWAY FROM IT!
      It's not that ClickBank kicks them out (although they have become stricter due to FTC etc) it's because ClickSure will approve big products by the 'big gurus' quick (faster than CB).

      Also, you are getting blocked from purchasing because ClickSure are based in China (or thats where they process their payments) and banks block international purchases by default (especially from China due to highe hacking/fraud rate originating from there)
    • Profile picture of the author jonj31070
      Originally Posted by nmoppa01 View Post

      It seems all these scams move to Clicksure (now that clickbank kicks them out), I have seen tons of complaints about Clicksure products, in Holland you can't even buy from Clicksure with CC, they are blocked here, so for me any product that uses Clicksure is a NO GO. I too got emails about this, I saw several different versions of the sales vid, my advice: STAY AWAY FROM IT!
      You re so right about that. When Clickbank decided to crack down on the crappy products, they all moved to Clicksure. Soon, a Clicksure rep will be on here telling us that they only accept quality products. LOL
  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    What's the link to the sales page? When I go to "realquickcommissions.com," the page looks like it's still in pre-launch or something.

    Joey
    • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
      Originally Posted by Miguelito203 View Post

      What's the link to the sales page? When I go to "realquickcommissions.com," the page looks like it's still in pre-launch or something.

      Joey
      Yup, doesn't officially go live until tomorrow. Looks like they are getting the big boys to split test, so if you look around you can find the 'secret' order page.
  • Profile picture of the author marceauct
    Clicksure is a marketplace just like clickbank as well as a money processor like clickbank. Clickbank has gone totally legit and staying within U.S. laws governing advertiding andsales packaging with the get rich quick scammer products. Clicksure does'nt need to abide by these laws thus allows any product as of now,thus many banks just wont play with this. Much harder to get your product approved on click bank these days, thats how they end up at clicksure
  • Profile picture of the author jamesdj1
    These kinds of products are bad for those who are in need and want something to help them generate money from home and the IM industry.

    Unfortunately people want to believe this junk is real even though we all know "if it sounds too good to be true"

    The best way to stand up to these kinds of scams and those who promote suck crap is to say..

    GOOD BYE to the marketer, the guru, the person who's promoting it.

    GOOD BYE DAN BROCK!!
    • Profile picture of the author Jack44
      Originally Posted by jamesdj1 View Post

      These kinds of products are bad for those who are in need and want something to help them generate money from home and the IM industry.

      Unfortunately people want to believe this junk is real even though we all know "if it sounds too good to be true"

      The best way to stand up to these kinds of scams and those who promote suck crap is to say..

      GOOD BYE to the marketer, the guru, the person who's promoting it.

      GOOD BYE DAN BROCK!!
      I Think I Thanked everyone!!, Mr Brock,You Say,I better Not say,What i would Like! Thank You Again,Everyone, for all the great reviews! Jack, PS, Nice to know on the CC Companys!, And i dont think to many Thank Them ALOT!LOL..
  • Profile picture of the author knector
    Yes even if people somewhat know that it's actors etc. I think some have a little voice that say, could it be true.
    • Profile picture of the author Jamaican2011
      Yep, Dan Brock has been emailing about a LOT OF CRAP nowadays. These guys are just in it to bleed everything out of our pockets.

      For the past few weeks, I have been unsubscribing from a lot of marketer's email lists. I have been getting BS offers and links left, right and centre. Just can't trust them anymore darn more :rolleyes:
  • Profile picture of the author JaymeProctor
    Thanks smedsribaka for your review and for purchasing the product and sharing what it's really about. I started the video, went off and made coffee, took a shower, got ready for my day, the video was still running and he's not saying anything pertinent! No sincerity in this man whatsoever. I'm so tired of these types of products.

    Thanks again for your informative lengthy post! Well done!
  • Profile picture of the author investasap
    All these push button promises are scams guys,you need to start thinking a bit more why these products are brought out in the first place!
    TO BUILD A LIST !!!!!!
    thats all you need to focus on cos the money is deffo in the list
  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    I've stayed away from this product so far, but there are a few videos on YouTube showing the members area, and the software that makes the Facebook profit pages does do a good job, in my opinion they do look good BUT does the training compliment these 'good looking' profit pages, and will they be enough to see commissions?

    I would imagine that if you already have an active FaceBook page, this could net you some commissions, but if you don't it will be a long and timely process for you to be able to build a new page from scratch, get real likes that are interested in your product etc.

    I did read the reviews, and have stayed away so far, but in my opinion this product a long with either an already popular page OR used in conjunction with some FaceBook adding software COULD make you money, but not at the rate advertised in the video..
    • Profile picture of the author D.A.
      I had it running in the background for how ever god long it was. I was tempted too at the $9 and the 15 minutes (neither a huge waste of time)...glad I spent my 15 minutes here instead!
  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    It's too bad that us (the people who do the research on products BEOFRE purchasing) are in the minority.

    There are going to be WAYY more people buying this product, than not due to the fact that it seems every 'big internet marketer' and their dog are promoting this offer.

    I've just counted 18 different emails promoting this product, JUST from today!
    • Profile picture of the author nmoppa01
      Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

      It's too bad that us (the people who do the research on products BEOFRE purchasing) are in the minority.

      There are going to be WAYY more people buying this product, than not due to the fact that it seems every 'big internet marketer' and their dog are promoting this offer.

      I've just counted 18 different emails promoting this product, JUST from today!
      And I have un-subscribed from all of them
  • Profile picture of the author jonj31070
    If I get any more emails promoting this, I will unsubscribe from the people sending them. If they send me this, then they don't care about me as a subscriber.
  • Profile picture of the author freedom25
    Usually I would review this product, but the sales video was so terrible is was laugh out loud funny- I just couldn't bring myself to buy it and then coming here and seeing these reviews confirmed it for me. I won't even bother reviewing this one. I just hope that people don't believe this rubbish. I'd rather spend my $9 on chocolate.
  • Profile picture of the author Alvina Torres
    Glad I checked first. I noticed the refrig was empty and the acting was bad. But thought since he doesn't charge the card for 5 days why not. But hesitated and decided to check here.
  • Profile picture of the author Rigpa
    If something looks too good to be true it usually is. The editing of the video - especially the part in his livingroom around the table, reveals that they have done this shooting more than once. His tone of voice sometimes doesnt match what he said seconds before and the close up of the black man when Jeff walks up to him and introduces himself, says it all :-)

    And what about his wife in the beginning of the video? There is NO wife and he really doesnt look 'at home' in his home. I bet it is not his house.
  • Profile picture of the author LearnIt
    Thanks for heads up!
  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    The software - which I have seen in Jon Penberthy's review video - looks very similar to Paul Ponna's Income Hybrid which was launched in July last year.

    It's all about building Facebook fanpages with Aweber on to it to build email list.

    Since it's similar, I see no point in investing.
  • Profile picture of the author Aries26
    i got this offer/email from Adam Short npc@nicheprofitclassroom.com - I just opt-out from his list. Folks hope you do the same. Whoever send you those emails promoting this product - OPT-OUT from their list because they simply telling you to waste your money in this garbage.
    • Profile picture of the author nmoppa01
      Originally Posted by Aries26 View Post

      i got this offer/email from Adam Short npc@nicheprofitclassroom.com - I just opt-out from his list. Folks hope you do the same. Whoever send you those emails promoting this product - OPT-OUT from their list because they simply telling you to waste your money in this garbage.
      The problem is that 99% of all successful affiliate marketers just promote anything they can get their hands on. The big guys like Adam Short probably have a whole department of people who do the work. I don't understand how someone can promote an affiliate offer if they not even bought and tested it before promoting it. (the 1% that do, show proof of that in their emails including a purchase receipt in their name). Not only do I op-out of their lists when I get such scam promotion emails, if I am involved in any programs from these guys, I cancel subscriptions.

      Charles
  • Profile picture of the author Aussie-Jim
    Thanks for the warning - I think I'll post it on the warning blog I've had sitting around doing nothing
  • Profile picture of the author apkkadam
    Originally Posted by smedsribaka View Post

    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.
    Thanks a ton for the heads up. Not this one but I have fallen for a few scams before. It was nice of you to warn others.
  • Profile picture of the author gobizbiz
    Listen to Every marketer. Evaluate the offer and product. Listen and learn from everything you are presented. Use your commen sense and if you buy any crap you can only blame yourself. Take personal responsibility for your actions. If you are marketer then you should know this type of crap gives bad name to all good marketers but it comes with the territory so do not waste your time any money and promote this type of products. There is not get rich quick scheme in the world but unforunately people do not want to work smart and fall in to trap and assume that money will come on autopilot without doing any effort.
    • Profile picture of the author Aussie-Jim
      Originally Posted by gobizbiz View Post

      Listen to Every marketer...
      I know I'm taking this one sentence out... but wow... ''Listen to every a marketer'' seems a guaranteed way to waste a life... no?

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