Checks On Repeat
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Checks On Repeat Review
by David Harris
Checks On Repeat system income opportunity is from Wes Wells and found at checksonrepeat.com.
Wes Wells (or Coach Wes) may have sold similar programs by different names in the past.
The Checks On Repeat system is nothing more than a way over-priced money game that will likely leave you in massive debt.
And I’m going to show you exactly what I mean by that in this review.
I will show you proof that the 43 products listed are worth only a teeny tiny fraction of what Checks On Repeat is charging for them.
Checks On Repeat system is not a network marketing or MLM business so there are no levels or downlines to speak of.
There is no residual income or passive income component to this either…
At least, not for you there isn’t.
However, the coaches are a different story as they get the orphaned commissions you’re not qualified for.
Although they say that they will close all of your sales for you, you will still need to get your own prospects or leads.
So… how exactly will you get leads or prospects for them to close for you?
This is of course not free either.
On the contrary, this type of advertising is very expensive.
This is that much more debt you’ll need to take on just to start this.
The lead or prospect generation is all up to you.
It will be a steep learning curve in getting quality traffic in for yourself.
You can however purchase leads directly from Checks On Repeat for $1.00 each.
This is what most people that join end up having to do.
This might sound like a great deal, but they will not tell you where they are getting these leads from nor their quality.
These could be $0.02 leads they are selling to you for $1.00 each.
What is the actual quality of these leads?
What will you have to spend in advertising costs just to get 1 sale at any amount?
“How many sales can I make for how much money in advertising” should be your first question.
They of course will not be able to answer this question, that is, with a straight answer.
So, is there some kind of guarantee for how many leads will turn into paying customers?
No, of course not.
What if you have to spend $10,000 in their leads just to make $1,500 in commissions back?
This is more than a fair question to ask.
Checks On Repeat gets paid when you buy leads from them and when you finally make a sale.
After you join, there is no point in which they are in a position to lose any money like you are.
Didn’t consider any of this did you?
It’s not about how much you make, it’s about how much you keep.
All of those commission checks they show in their advertising conveniently leave that part out.
How much money in advertising did they have to spend to make those amounts?
That is if any of those testimonials and the dollar amounts they are showing are actually true.
Keep in mind that this is all the while you are competing with those very same pros…
The so-called coaches.
The same pros that are supposed to be closing all of these sales for you are also marketing this themselves.
Marketing this heavily.
They will be sure to keep the best leads for themselves.
This is not the level playing field you were lead to believe it was, is it?
And on top of all of that…
You will have to trust that every sale you do make is actually paid out to you.
You’re probably thinking “What…?!” right now.
Most if not all the money goes into Checks On Repeat first, then they take out their cut and send you the difference.
You will have to rely on your coach to pay you all the proceeds from sales that you qualify for.
This is not something that you can check on yourself as they are holding all of the cards.
These coaches could just keep the majority of YOUR sales for themselves.
Who would be the wiser?
Certainly not you!
Remember, they are the ONLY ones talking to YOUR prospects and telling them where they need to send the payments.
What’s stopping them from telling your leads to pay them everything and leaving you out of it entirely?
It’s already set up so that any sales above what you are qualified to receive will be going through them anyway.
Only then will they send you the lessor payment… maybe.
Do you really want to trust them with your commissions… your money?
I sure wouldn’t!
Now, what about these way overpriced products I mentioned at the beginning of the review?
Where’s the value in these astronomically priced information products?
There isn’t much of any.
There isn’t anyone buying these products outside of this system for the prices they are charging.
Absolutely no one!
This is because no one in their right mind would ever spend that kind of crazy money for those product packages…
That is… without being able to resell it themselves for those way over-priced amounts.
This is exactly what I mean when I say that this is just a money game.
Here are the 4 product package levels and associated costs:
$3,000 Gold Level + $247 admin fee = $3,247
$7,000 Platinum Level + $447 admin fee = $7,447
$14,000 Diamond Level + $647 admin fee = $14,647
$21,000 Ultra Royal + $847 admin fee = $21,847
(The sales that the success coach makes for you is supposed to pay you $1500 up to $15,750 – 50% up to 75%).
Every one of Checks On Repeat’s products is actually only $7.99 at the Private Label Rights website PLR Products found at plrproducts.com.
Feeling ripped off by checksonrepeat.com and Wes Wells yet?
Get what I’m talking about now?
Here’s a sample of Checks On Repeat’s “high dollar” products…
The Total Ultra Royal Package Price is only $21,847.
(lol… “only” $21,847)
(lol… “Ultra Royal Package” sounds impressive & expensive 😉 )
This is the first product listed in that package:
Viral Marketing Warrior – retailing for $7.99 on PLR Products / plrproducts.com
The rest of the products listed on checksonrepeat.com are all $7.99 from PLR Products as well.
Go to plrproducts.com and do a search on all of the products… they are all listed there.
I even found a lot of these same PLR products on other websites for only $5.00 each.
These PLR products all include resell rights which is how Checks On Repeat got them for resale themselves in the first place.
So, does it sound like good business sense to overpay by 10s of $1000s for the same products you can buy elsewhere for $5.00 to $7.99 each?
I didn’t think so.
Now back to what I said at the beginning of the review…
Those 43 products across all packages come out to a total of (43 X $7.99) $343.57.
So yes, that means you get $343.57 of value for $21,847.00 spent!
It’s about a 6,300% mark up from the $7.99 each price for the Ultra Royal Package.
It comes out to just over $500 for each PLR ebook that you could buy for $5.00 to $7.99 each yourself.
Now, is it illegal to sell products that are this over-priced?
No, of course not.
Although Checks On Repeat is technically not illegal or a scam, it’s not ethical either.
Yeah again, this is why I said that Checks On Repeat is nothing more than a big-ticket money game.
This is pretty much along the same lines as those gifting programs that give you nothing at all for your money.
Actually, some of the people behind those gifting programs decided to make their gifting programs “legal” by adding “products”.
And started up all of these low-value PLR product programs instead of another illegal gifting program.
But wait… there’s more…
If you act within 48 hours as an “Action Taker”…
Join at the $21,000 Level and earn 75% commissions instead of 50% commissions!
On top of all of this, they try to convince you to go into massive debt in order to join at the highest levels.
Most members will never make anything, but they only show the ones that did… if that’s even true.
Save yourself a lot of hassle and money and have nothing to do with Checks On Repeat or Wes Wells.
Thanks for reading the review…