These days everyone is looking for a guaranteed way of making money on the internet. If you have ever searched for such a thing you will already know that there is no shortage of outrageous claims out there. Many money making systems claim to be able to show you the secret of living the lifestyle of your choice. But here we have something that goes one step further. The system that we are investigating today is called the Guaranteed Email System. This online money making training not only claims that it is completely free, but also claims some incredible earning potential. Welcome to our Guaranteed Email System review.
Guaranteed Email System – Research & Investigation
The Guaranteed Email Method is actually a product that we found doing some research into a system called the “Guaranteed Income Machine”. On visiting the sales page for this system there were a few things that started to raise a few concerns. Firstly we were investigating a system called the Guaranteed Income Machine but yet the official website was located at gimsystemtraining.com. Secondly, once inside the member’s area we discover that the training is actually for the Guaranteed Email System.
As with any investigation that I do, I always start with the sales video and also check out the terms and conditions for the site. The sales video for this product is a classic sales pitch designed to make you want the things that the creator of this system claims to already have. We meet a guy called Bobby who tells us that he is so successful online that he has made almost 1.5 million dollars this year. The guy claims to have everything that you might expect a millionaire to have in fact. But then we get to the point where you come in!
Guaranteed Email System Review – The Sales Page
Bobby claims that he has made his money in email marketing. His email subscriber list has become so big that basically he can afford to let other people in on his system at no cost. He can afford to give us subscribers and grow a list for us completely on auto-pilot without any intervention on our part.
Now you may have heard the saying that “the money is in the list” and that’s very true. However, I have never heard of an internet marketer that was willing to build a list for someone else at no cost. Building a subscriber list generally takes some time and quite a bit of work. So my suspicions started to rise when I heard that this guy claimed to be able to do everything for free and on complete auto-pilot. After joining up and entering the member’s area, everything started to become clear…
On entering the members area we are presented with a few steps that we need to follow. The Members area consists of 8 pages and just 5 steps. In the first step we discover that we are about to earn an amazing $100 just for following the training. However the training seems to suddenly take a U-turn when the claims of this thing being free appear to go right out of the window! Instead we are told that in order to make this system work we must first sign up with an autoresponder service. And no, this service is not free! The service that we are directed to is called “My Inbox Pro”.
Affiliated With My Inbox Pro
Immediately it is quite clear that the creators of this system are making commission from people signing up as members of the autoresponder. If you are not aware, this technique is known as affiliate marketing. There is nothing unusual about using affiliate marketing to make money in this way. However, there are still a lot of questions that are unanswered about the Guaranteed Email System. As we follow the training we learn that all we are required to do is send out emails on a daily basis. I know from experience to be suspicious when things sound too good to be true! I was right to be suspicious as things became much clearer.
Guaranteed Email System Review – The Training
The training told us that they would take care of building the mailing list that we would be using to make money. All we need to do is purchase the autoresponder membership and send out marketing emails to the list that is provided to us. Through the training we learn that we are about to make money from people viewing and clicking on emails that we send out through the system.
Every time a member sends out an email from the Guaranteed Email System, they get paid $0.20 per click. The creators of the system say that the bigger your list is, the more clicks you will get and the more money you make. Every week the creators of the Guaranteed Email System say they will add approximately 500 new email addresses to your list.
Having an email subscriber list of around 2000 people in just one month would be a fantastic achievement. To gain this many email addresses in a single month with no intervention would be great if everything was legitimate. Unfortunately, I don’t believe that it is…
Guaranteed Email System Review – Are you going to risk it?
It was at this point that I wasn’t comfortable in going forward with the Guaranteed Email System. Wherever possible I like to fully prove or disprove that a system either works or that it doesn’t. The Guaranteed Email System is different. I believe that participating in this system could potentially put you at risk. Here’s why…
At no point is there any proof of where the email addresses are coming from that we are using within this system. There are strict laws about emailing people online. Laws that could potentially see you getting in a lot of trouble should you ignore them. What we are actually doing within the Guaranteed Email System is blasting people each and every day with marketing offers that they may or may not have agreed to sign up for.
Are you doing the dirty work?
Chances are that the whole reason that this guy needs you to send out these emails is because they are illegal. I don’t buy the whole story of this guy’s email list being too big and wanting to share his wealth. The creators of this product are looking to make a ton of money by getting you to do the dirty work. And here’s how I believe they do it…
Is The Guaranteed Email System a Scam?
There are lots of ways that these guys could be collecting email addresses. The quickest and most illegal way is to “scrape” them from the internet. Although illegal, there are pieces of software online that will scrape thousands of email addresses from all over the internet, very quickly.
By sending out illegal marketing emails, you are actually breaking the law multiple times over. There is no way to be sure but if these emails are not legit or not. But if you get found out, you could be looking at a fine of up to $11,000 per offence! Not something that I am willing to risk.
On checking out the emails that we would be potentially sending out to people, I make another discovery. The creators of this system are paying their members just 20 cents per email click. And it turns out they are being paid for sending out emails for other known scams.
Take note of the risks here!
In short, you could be risking a massive fine for sending spam emails whilst getting paid just 20 cents for directing someone to an online scam. To make things even worse it would seem that the Guaranteed Email System is also affiliated with these scams too. So you could potentially be making them a ton of money by sending people to online scams. You in the meantime get a tiny percentage of the profit and potentially risk loosing everything.
Other warning signs!
As though that isn’t enough, there are also other warning signs too. The support and FAQ section of the members area leads to very poorly made page where we find no contact details at all. And as for the terms, privacy, refund policy and contacts details on the front page of this site, well they don’t exist either. These links simply direct you right back to the sales page.
Guaranteed Email System Review – Final Verdict
There are just too many questions that we can’t answer here. This system quite clearly is not as straight forward as the sales video would have you believe. The underhand way in which these guys make money from pushing online scams is bad enough, but I don’t think it ends there. Although I can’t prove it, I believe that this system could be encouraging its members to break the law. I certainly wouldn’t encourage anyone to try this. Is the Guaranteed Email System a scam? Yes, I believe that this could potentially be one of the worst scams that we have seen in a while.
The Story Continues…
On investigating this scam it turns out that it might not be a one off system. Remember the name difference at the beginning of this article? Well it turns out that this scam may well be operating under at least one other name. We found a connection with a further system going by the name of The Email Syndicate. Whilst a few people are saying that this version of the system is legit, others are calling it The Email Syndicate Scam! I think this needs further investigation!