Auto Profit Sniper ....

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Has anyone bought Auto Profit Sniper? Launched 7th Mar-11 by Adam Fincher, $37 - sales page has the usual outrageous claims - limited to 300, 1.8M within 8 mths, really - tempting til I looked at the affiliate pg....there are 2 upsells - software and coaching. Why do I hve to buy the extras, isnt the product good enough on its own??

Really must start clearing out my inbox..... starting today..

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neritoon






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  • Profile picture of the author 1529nix
    Hi neritoon,

    Bought it.......... read it........... refunded it........... all within 20 minutes

    Very disappointed.
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    • Profile picture of the author rbowen
      A millionaire ... in 8 months (or was it only 4 months?! ... and yet he wants (needs?!) $37 from me .. plus upsells?! :rolleyes:

      That said .. those videos of him logging into his CB account looks damn real .. damn convincing .. so how does he make them?!

      I admit upfront: I feel foolish asking, but can they be real?!
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      • Profile picture of the author cadillac48
        Don't be silly! No they are not real. All proof of profits can be faked!
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        • Profile picture of the author rbowen
          Originally Posted by cadillac48 View Post

          Don't be silly! No they are not real. All proof of profits can be faked!
          Well, OK, but I thought only screen shots were so easily faked. But a video .. with no signs of editing?

          I mean, he's showing an uninterrupted, totally seamless video of him signing in to CB ... "live", in "real time" .. isn't he?
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        • Profile picture of the author rmoore
          Clickbank Shots Are from Vendor Accounts Often Times

          So they sell a "make money" product that does well and then they use that same Vendor Clickbank account as proof that their new system works.

          Here is the problem.

          Many times these guys are selling a system that makes affiliate sales...but they aren't showing those Clickbank accounts...which are much smaller.

          Bottom line...avoid 100% push button products.

          Not worth your time,

          -Rusty
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          • Profile picture of the author rbowen
            @Rusty -

            Hmmm, interesting. I guess I'm just too naive ... or stupid ... to even think of that.

            I mean, what's hard for me to get my mind around is, *if* they can make a million dollars in 4 - 8 months by whatever means, why do they put even part of their time and energy into tricking me into giving up $37?! Why not use 100% of their time and energy into making another million dollars?!

            That said, your point's well taken: don't waste my time and energy .. or money ... on it - which I wasn't going to.

            Richard
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            • Profile picture of the author rmoore
              Richard,

              I think you should simply kick butt with your current blog (saw it in your signature).

              It is funny...good old fashioned helpful sites with real people behind them are going to win again.

              ...for a while the guys with 1,000's of sites were doing well, but that will change.

              Become the best commercial loan site and use your specialized knowledge to help people...and you will win.

              Cheers,

              -Rusty
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            • Profile picture of the author pdrs
              Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

              @Rusty -

              I mean, what's hard for me to get my mind around is, *if* they can make a million dollars in 4 - 8 months by whatever means, why do they put even part of their time and energy into tricking me into giving up $37?! Why not use 100% of their time and energy into making another million dollars?!
              Richard
              You just described how they made that first million lol
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              • Profile picture of the author David4254
                Bought it. Read it. Returned it. My refund request said, "Absolute garbage. Nothing more then a low quality PLR article. I will never buy from this vendor again."

                I'm not sure how he made Millions of dollars in eight months because eccentrically his 44 page Youtube 101 ebook he says, that YouTube is a huge community and it may take weeks, months, or even years for you to make a name for yourself for your business by using YouTube.

                A secret tips he shares is, it will be much more difficult for you to become famous on YouTube and have your videos recognized by the world at large if you are not a pretty girl.

                So if you are looking for a youtube 101 type book, want secrets on how to succeed on youtube like the one listed above and have $37 to waste buy it.
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      • Profile picture of the author dicky2011
        Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

        A millionaire ... in 8 months (or was it only 4 months?! ... and yet he wants (needs?!) $37 from me .. plus upsells?! :rolleyes:

        That said .. those videos of him logging into his CB account looks damn real .. damn convincing .. so how does he make them?!

        I admit upfront: I feel foolish asking, but can they be real?!
        All you need to produce such fake video is camtasia, a screenshot of login page, a screenshot of a clickbank account (you can find it easily with google and edit it with Photoshop to your liking), Powerpoint and a little imagination.
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        • Profile picture of the author rosalyn
          Great reviews. I too, got the e-mail and thought the whole thing was a bit hokey. Glad my instincts were correct.

          Many thanks to everyone who posted their assessment,

          Rosalyn
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          • Profile picture of the author Croz
            It's the people promoting this garbage who should be ashamed. I'm sure the FTC would love to take a closer look at his business model.
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            • Profile picture of the author Bryan
              You can't really say much for the guys pushing these types of hype filled and under delivered products. I'd recommend unsubscribing to the lists you're on that continue promoting the get rich quick Clickbank products. I think

              Clickbank is going to hell in a hand basket for allowing many of the products to be sold in their marketplace. The shame is even though the FTC is on the look out for these products now, they're being pumped out at a steady rate.

              The IM niche needs to be cleaned up and it would be easier if people stop buying these products and affiliates stop promoting them. People also need to unsubscribe from lists and not return to blogs that continue to pitch them one after another with incomplete/over hyped products.

              There are a very few in the IM niche that is actually about helping people, but I think people are so used to being pitched hard from the IM "newsletters" they have no expectation of real IM newsletters or quality products. It's even more evident when you see people on the forum dropping names saying "they are the real deal"....

              The truth is that many people wanting to grow in internet marketing are starving for quality information -- that they think someone is the "real deal" if they initially give some quality information and then pitch them 99% time crappy products.

              The problem is not just a few products coming out, but 99% of the IM products coming out are over hyped with very little substance -- and rarely contain anything new or ground breaking.

              Some marketers are pumping out multiple products a year like clock work but people keep buying and regard these guys as the real deal for all the "social proof".

              One of the most deceiving factors in the area of social proof is that many people are promoting the products. People on the receiving end probably give the benefit of the doubt to the product since "Guru" A, B, C, and D emailed them about this offer -- thinking it's got to be good.

              That's why I say if you're on lists that all they do is pitch the flavor of the week, unsubscribe from the lists -- especially if they are a copy carbon of the last weeks pitch and is just another get rich quick scam.

              Sorry for the rant, but practically every new IM product that is released ends up being a dud. It's good we can find out first here on the forum but collectively, there needs to be something done about it.

              I think the first step is that people need to show they are not taking it anymore and unsubscribe from the pitch fests, and the next is don't promote any of these crap products if you're in the IM niche.

              One of biggest shames is that there are new IM gurus being pumped out that never made a dime by marketing anything online and are creating how to make money products! Yes, this going on, and it's not too far under your nose.
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  • Profile picture of the author jrafique
    Product is about YouTube marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author vetteran
      The old expression is "Snake Oil".

      Anything that sounds too good to be true is generally[always?]
      exactly that. (The vendors are relying on the slight
      chance that this one might be ok - that's
      like the temptation to buy a lottery ticket.)

      Strange how these so-called "Proofs" do not show
      refunds and any other debits.
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      • Profile picture of the author tkboy101
        The proof is prolly not even from the system he's selling. He likely has an/a few fairly sizable email lists, which he can just send a promotional email to and make some fast cash.

        $1000 in a day:

        $20 CB commission

        = 50 conversions

        5% conversion rate (typical)

        = 1000 click through's on an opened email

        50% CTR

        = 2000 email opens

        4% email open rate

        = 50,000 emails sent

        A $1,000 payday would only require a list size of approximately 50,000 people. Have a few lists of 50,000... you've got your instant "fake" stats for a bogus product you want to sell (and continue building lists with btw).

        The only push-button method to make money is sending an email. Build your lists, people. The money is in the list.

        Peace,
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  • Profile picture of the author competitive
    I bought this its a youtube ebook 44 pages which is stuff you know already. There is also a free website which is self replicating promoting his own product.

    The paid website version may be all done for you but at know time does this vendor tell you how to get traffic to it.

    All of the sales info of how he became a millionaire are from his affiliate marketing of selling other products to his list the same as all the others. Thats the BIG SECRET.
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