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1000 Per Day System

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Internet Marketing Training System Scam
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: Not Specified
Website: http://thousanddollarsperday.com
Recommended: No/Scam

1000 Per Day System Scam Review

by David Harris

“1000 Per Day System” by Lee McKenna, found at thousanddollarsperday.com, is another of those internet marketing systems that promise you will make at least a thousand dollars a day if you use it right. However, it is no different than those you see just like it.

1000 Per Day System is as ‘scammy’ as scams can get and I say this right from the start! Right from the start Lee McKenna has you join at a hefty price of over $600.

He shows you what he calls proof of his earnings with 1000 Per Day System, which, his figures amount to about $20k or $30k on average every month and on high months as much as $60k a month.

However, he said in so many words that he fakes his earnings with his 1000 Per Day System most of the time using old con man tricks.

Intrigued on how he forged his proof of earnings videos I looked into it and found a statement he made in which he says you just mail yourself the money and videotape yourself opening the envelope.

He also has stated that he uses a program to edit the text of the web page he happens to be on. You can be sure that his tricks are being exposed.

There is a fairly large amount of negative press online about Lee McKenna’s reputation, and chances are 1000 Per Day System will not work as he claims it to.

Most systems like his are usually sold at around $50 to $100 dollars online, so the fact that 1000 Per Day System is being sold for such a high amount of from $600 to $1000 is pretty ridiculous.

The real ploy once you sign up with 1000 Per Day System is to get you personal data and credit card info so he can then get his team of boiler room sales people to get you to upgrade to what they call a better system.

They use aggressive tactics and can be very persuasive. Many have fallen for his schemes and lost tens of thousands of dollars with McKenna and 1000 Per Day System.

1000 Per Day System is not a program I recommend anybody get involved with at any cost. Not only is it a misleading product, it is nothing but a con job by a very crafty individual.

Thanks for reading…

– David

 

 

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