Six Figure Program
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Six Figure Program
by David Harris
“Six Figure Program”, by Ben Moskel and Dave Clabeaux and found at sixfigureprogram.com, is an affiliate marketing training course sold online for $27.00. Affiliate marketing means that a third party will advertise products or services while representing the retailer.
The third party is compensated an agreed commission for each sale or lead. Affiliate marketing is a very popular way to earn income from an online business.
Unfortunately, there are many unscrupulous businesses that unethically find ways to scam unsuspecting people.
Most scammers entice you by advertising that you can do a small amount of work and still make five figure or six figure salaries.
Being an online business, affiliate marketers are able to make money even if they are not working online, which makes it a big selling point to be in this.
What they don’t tell you is that most successful affiliate marketers work many, many long hours, mainly at the start of establishing their business.
However, Six Figure Program has all the makings of a scam. They ask you to buy a domain from a hosting company, and prompt you for your user name and password, and set up a strange website for you with their own advertisement.
The affiliate program links they post on your website are not what they show you in their video and they direct you to never ending websites so you can fill in endless forms, never telling you how much you will earn.
You receive a lot of automatic and generic e-mail from them but once you respond, they don’t get back to you. The 800 number has a stock message saying, “We will have some one to get back to you” even though they never do.
Getting a refund from Six Figure Program is near impossible. Trying to gain access to your website is also difficult.
The start up fee is $27.00 but then they make you buy a domain at the cost of $137. The training video makes it seem like they will be your teachers, but that is not true.
When you need help with access to your website, there is nobody available to help.
After a week and a half they responded and asked me if I had the right password, when I emailed them the original message from the domain host – which had my password in it! Then there were no more replies from them.
Six Figure Program also never really actually tells you what you will actually be doing! This is not a good sign.
It’s not realistic to claim that you could be getting checks 7-10 days after signing up.
Given my experience with affiliate companies and how they operate this is not even remotely realistic.
It’s amazing how they claim making $300/day within just a few days isn’t considered get rich quick.
I signed up to review the information they sold. I entered a stock name and email address specifically for this program, a requirement in order to view the order page.
Within minutes, there were a few emails in my spam folder, enough reason not to give them any financial data.
No surprise to me that just about every person that had signed up filed identical complaints online. Stay far away from 6 Figure Income.
Thanks for reading…
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