if that sales page is really the answer to your problems with its bold claims,
there is an easy way to tell where the money is coming from when looking
at those screen prints, especially if they're Clickbank screen prints.
I just got an email with a link to a sales page for this money making system.
I read through the copy and then got to the screen prints.
The first thing I looked for was the dates and the figures. I then looked to
see any dates where sales started tailing off and I could pull out individual
transactions. In some cases, the merchant makes this easy by actually
showing the individual transaction screen, blanking out some of the data but
leaving the amounts...Big mistake.
I then went down to the price of the product and then did the Clickbank
calculations to figure out what they would actually receive per each sale.
I then went back up to the screen prints to see if it matched. Sure enough,
every single sale was for the money making system itself and NOT for
anything within the system.
In other words, I had seen no proof that this person was making any kind
of money other than the money they made selling the system.
Ah, but it gets even better.
On a few days, usually the beginning of the screen print time frame, sales
are off the charts, and then after a few days they trickle to almost nothing.
This is another big mistake. If you're going to con people, don't show that
all those sales came from a big product launch and a bunch of JV or
affiliate partners and then let people see that after a few days, there are
hardly any sales at all.
After 5 years of looking at this crap, I can pick out the schemes a mile
The really good "systems" will show money being earned of all kinds of
amounts because they're really selling things using the system. At the
very least, even if they're selling one product, like a favorite affiliate
product, the income amounts per sale will be different than the price of
Okay, is this 100% fool proof? Of course not. Occasionally, you will decide
something is a scheme when it's really not. But you will NEVER call something
legit when it's not using my criteria, unless the screen prints have been
And if they have, there is an easy way to tell, but I won't get into that
here because I don't want to give people ideas. So don't even ask.
And please, before anybody comes at me with "this isn't always true"
please read 2 paragraphs above. I know it's not. But it's true more times
than it isn't.
Do your due diligence folks. There are a lot of snake oil salesmen out