YO GANGSTA YOU WANT SOME DOPE COPY?

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"Chedda Hustle's $5,000 a Month from the Government"

Check that out. Brilliant.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Stanley
    Brilliant stuff. A different approach for a CPA landing page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan Hangen
    I actually saw a Google Ad for it and couldn't believe what I was looking it. Talk about perpetuating the myth...
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    • Profile picture of the author marcanthony
      Originally Posted by nhangen View Post

      I actually saw a Google Ad for it and couldn't believe what I was looking it. Talk about perpetuating the myth...
      I'm honestly curious...

      What myth is this perpetuating?
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Nonsense topic title for a nonsense topic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andy Money
      Originally Posted by redicelander View Post

      Nonsense topic title for a nonsense topic.
      Where's the "No-Thanks" button!?!?!
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      • Profile picture of the author Lance K
        LOL - "Chedda" has a pic of one of his "grant" checks...it's from Clickbank.
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        • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
          Originally Posted by Lance K View Post

          LOL - "Chedda" has a pic of one of his "grant" checks...it's from Clickbank.
          It said Citibank.
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          • Profile picture of the author Lance K
            Ah yes it does. Should have squinted a little harder. My bad.

            Originally Posted by valerieSONORA View Post

            It said Citibank.
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  • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
    Man... talk about writing the way you speak. But... the copywriter did get the terminology down - perfectly. I'm ashamed to say that I understood exactly what he said. Chedda's really is copy is da bomb.
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  • Profile picture of the author cnr
    Wow!!! Chedda is absolutely brilliant!
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  • Profile picture of the author chiboa
    And to think... earlier today people were slamming the poor guy from Nigeria...
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  • Profile picture of the author Suthan M
    whats so great.. :puzzled: you can get all tthat from MTV rite?
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin959
    after reading, i almost brought.. but take a closer look at picture.. ahh.. "adsense-check" and check source code.. it tells lot of story where pictures come from! lol.. funny. if he did do better job with alt image and little black out of that checks.. maybe we have brought some. LOL

    he needed go back to con school ! LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
    I saw it from Twitter so this cheddah is universal...ubiquitous.

    Charles
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  • Profile picture of the author Imran Naseem
    Banned
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
    He was down and out and took action and now hes a hustler..lol
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  • Profile picture of the author mudmat
    I think those grants kind of stuff only works in U.S right?
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  • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
    The REAL hustle is getting you to sign up for the CPA offer.

    Who needs the government check?

    Charles
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    • Profile picture of the author CalGolden
      Man, that is too funny! Who needs reparations?! Just give me my dayum gubment grant.

      And Christie, I understood every word on the page, too. Don't feel bad, sistah. Must be my inner city New York upbringing.

      Brilliant copy, if I must say so myself. Really resonates with the intended audience. Hmmm, and just who might that be?







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  • Profile picture of the author raynman
    Brilliant angle.

    It should be pretty effective.
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  • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
    Cal Man and Christie...okay, I understood it too.

    Charles
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Kaye
    Chedda' is cheezy for sheezy!
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  • Profile picture of the author J. Barry Mandel
    Well, it looks like Chedda also hangs out with at least one middle aged Christian mother in his hood:

    How A Christian Mom Got A $12,000 Check From The Government to Start a $5,000 a Month Federally Funded Home-Business!
    "I Make $5,000 a Month!" | Beth's Money Blog

    I just found that link from a curious looking banner on a social networking site I am a part of so I clicked and scrolled and low and behold...

    But, on the high side there's someone or a company who is selling a sqeezepage out there or are just giving it away and as a result is getting probably lots of extra orders going for their 2 grant sites.

    IF shipping and handling works out to $0.50 per site then their making some decent profit on it in high volume.
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    • Profile picture of the author traceye
      Originally Posted by Justin Mandel View Post

      Yup, and apart from Chedda & Beth, we also have Daniel:

      Daniel's Money Blog

      To find it I just did a search on the "THANK YOU for showing me this...seriously" from the 'comments' shown on all pages and about 130 pages come up, but most of them have already been removed.

      All using the same/similar landing page ..
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  • Profile picture of the author Tron2k
    i saw this add on Myspace,the picture made me click on it it couldnt believe it lol.I had to see what this was about.I think the copy is brilliant almost sold me..
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Kenzington
    I always check the terms of use page. These "Free" programs that only cost him "about $5.00", each have a recurring monthly charge.

    The first one has a monthly payment of $94.89, starting 7 days after filling out their form.

    The second one is much cheaper at $58.61, also starting after the 7 day trial period.

    The Playa is playing his readers. That's $153.50 per month! His victims get charged the $153.50, 7 days after signing up, and are probably afraid to cancel because it may ruin their dreams of something for nothing that they are persuing. I bet he gets an affiliate check for his efforts.

    This is much more than a clever CPA scheme. These scammers never mention in their "Join Right Away" landing page that it will cost their victims any more than the postage fees to get something for nothing.

    It's like the latest ad you see all over the web. **** pills + a colon cleanse scam. You pay postage for free samples, and then you get charged over $150 a month, starting after 7 days, when they start sending you the auto-delivered pills that you never knew you signed up for. It was all in the "Terms of Use" page that you didn't think to look at.

    And, most of these programs tell you you have to call them to cancel, but the numbers provided don't work. The only way many people have found to cancel their "subscription" is to cancel their Credit Cards.

    Shame on Them!!!

    This has been another public service anouncement
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    • Profile picture of the author Derek Pankaew
      Originally Posted by Adam Kenzington View Post

      I always check the terms of use page. These "Free" programs that only cost him "about $5.00", each have a recurring monthly charge.

      The first one has a monthly payment of $94.89, starting 7 days after filling out their form.

      The second one is much cheaper at $58.61, also starting after the 7 day trial period.

      The Playa is playing his readers. That's $153.50 per month! His victims get charged the $153.50, 7 days after signing up, and are probably afraid to cancel because it may ruin their dreams of something for nothing that they are persuing. I bet he gets an affiliate check for his efforts.

      This is much more than a clever CPA scheme. These scammers never mention in their "Join Right Away" landing page that it will cost their victims any more than the postage fees to get something for nothing.

      It's like the latest ad you see all over the web. **** pills + a colon cleanse scam. You pay postage for free samples, and then you get charged over $150 a month, starting after 7 days, when they start sending you the auto-delivered pills that you never knew you signed up for. It was all in the "Terms of Use" page that you didn't think to look at.

      And, most of these programs tell you you have to call them to cancel, but the numbers provided don't work. The only way many people have found to cancel their "subscription" is to cancel their Credit Cards.

      Shame on Them!!!

      This has been another public service anouncement
      from your ever-vigilant internet reporter,

      Adam Kenzington
      Not only that ...

      1) On the first service, you'll also be charged $18.77 for a "Learn to make money on Google" course unless you uncheck the box.

      2) After you've been charged the $94.89, you cannot get a refund for three months. The refund policy literally says you cannot can only get a refund if you give the product a "fair trial." Meaning if you get charged two months and then cancel, you cannot get a refund.

      3) Furthermore, in order to get a refund you must snail mail in your refund form. You cannot call or email. What are the chances your form will actually get processed?

      Anyway, this whole thing reeks of SCAM.

      - Derek
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  • Profile picture of the author Ricky Parker
    This has been used on a few other CPA pages I've seen floating around for a bit.

    There is another just like it but its a dude who gets paid by the government and uses the money to train for MMA stuff.

    Each one is targeted pretty good to the audience. Which is something that can be learned from them.

    And the styling of the page after a common blog and then how comments have been disabled. Give it a nice little touch too.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeAmbrosio
    Ok, let's be honest here...

    How many people reading this thread went and signed up to get their free money?

    This stuff isn't new, but they do get "better" at their message...
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  • Profile picture of the author jasondinner
    yeah son!!!

    Chedda's a balla fo sho
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  • Profile picture of the author xDennis
    Yo, I wonda if dis comes wid a block of gubment cheese too!

    lol, that's pretty cool though.. it's all about branding, and apparently this guy did it the right way... I wouldnt be surprised if Cheddah is reall "charles" from the suburbs tho haha
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  • Profile picture of the author tommygadget
    I have to say, my finger was itching to click on the link. That playa's got it goin' on yo'. And I also understood, coming from Jamaica, Queens, YO!

    TomG.
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  • Profile picture of the author imoutthere
    Its sad but I also undestood cheddah. It was so bad that I was correcting his copy with the proper hood terms that should be in there.

    Now we all know this is B.S., they convert with a CPA after the first page. But, No matter what anyone says. Thats one hell of a way to target your market.

    -Chedda is targeting hood folk with new PC's who want that new car "wit shoes" and that jacob timepiece.

    -Beths blog is targeting struggling christian lower income families.

    Imagine how many other scenarios there running with this same blog. Morally we know its messed up. But from a IM standpoint, They are right on. They are targeting there target market which is low income. Also there taking it a step further by targeting different races, cultures, beliefes, ages, religion, etc.

    P. S. I cant wait to see the disabled Hispanic dad with a fetish for gold chains version of this blog
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    • Profile picture of the author marcanthony
      I noticed that a few people mentioned that it was sad that they were able to understand him...

      To be perfectly honest, "Chedda's" grammar wasn't bad at all... just read over it again... aside from a little slang, the majority of the copy was proper.

      Actually, I can't imagine why anyone wouldn't be able to understand it.

      The copy was very conversational and fluid.

      Personally, I think that "Chedda" is a fictitious character, brought to life by a descent copywriter.

      Marc
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  • Profile picture of the author Derek Pankaew
    Oh, and also the testimonials "May not be actual photographs of users and may be paid models."
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  • Profile picture of the author Derek Pankaew
    It's really sad to see marketers who obviously have skill use their talents to scam innocent people out of their money. As Robert Kiyosaki said, there's so much money to be made legally and ethically that there should never be a reason for you to make money any other way.

    Not only that, they're scamming money out of people who're already broke and want help or people who need to make some extra income online. They're not targeting real business people who can absorb the loss, they're targeting people who would get hit the hardest by this kind of scam.

    Anyway, I'm just kind of ticked from reading this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author pavondunbar
    I like the whole setup!

    Chedda got it goin on, son! LOL

    Seriously, though...

    Awesome work, Russel (aka Chedda)! Kudos to you!

    Pavon
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