Top Secret Cash Report (Nick Marks)
Nick Marks has many programs. A couple of them that you may have seen are Automated Millions™ and ForexEnterprise.com™ . Here I'll be reviewing his extremely super-hyped Top Secret Cash Report and even more hyped Top Secret Cash Report Automated.
Heck of a sales page. Irresistible OTO. Mediocre Delivery.
Upon ordering both the main offer for $27 and the OTO (One Time Offer) for $67 I get to the members area to find... you guessed it, another upsell. Right off the bat; the entire welcome page of the member's area is one giant pitch to get you to buy web hosting and a domain name. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining about an upsell. That's the nature of this game and a money-maker. What I take issue with is when the upsell becomes the main focus and the actual product that I just purchased seems to be an afterthought. That's the feeling I got upon logging into my member's area.
Anyhow, this very long sales page under the guise of a member's area is an offer for a professionally designed web site that "would normally cost you $1995" and this guy is going to give it to you for free! All you have to is get a hosting account and domain from hostbrain.com and you'll get this free professionally designed site. Apparently you choose the topic and he'll have the site designed for you and optimized to make money. Sounds nice... not interested.
Now on to the actual "Top Secret" part. As it turns out, there is nothing top secret about it at all. It's just like article marketing, only instead of submitting articles, you are saving them as documents and submitting to document sharing sites. A simple Google search for "document sharing marketing" turns up endless results with this very same information... for free. Yes, this is a decent free traffic generating strategy and works well in conjunction with article marketing. Just not top secret is all, and certainly not nearly as exciting as the super-hype from the main sales page. Now, there are a few fairly detailed step-by-step videos that take you through the process, but they really don't justify all the hype. Similar instruction can be easily found by doing a Google search.
Alright, now remember I told you that I ordered the OTO. The Top Secret Cash Report Automated. The sales page for the one time offer said I would have access to over 10,000 of his "most profitable campaigns" and that "Campaigns Are 100% Complete, Ready For Profit!"
I mean, who wouldn't buy it? 10 thousand of his own successful ready-made campaigns? What a time-saver. I'd be crazy not to buy it! So, I bought it. At $67 I bought it, and at $67 it was one of the first things I was looking for upon logging in. Well, after taking a couple of minutes to look around and see what all the fuss on the sales page was about, I'm noticing that there doesn't seem to be anything resembling automation or anything resembling campaigns for that matter. So I look around for a support link to ask where my 10K campaigns are. I looked all over the site and found nothing in regards to support. If it is there, I don't see it. So I go to PayPal and get an e-mail address from the transaction details.
I find it very unprofessional to omit any sort of direct contact information from a paid membership site. It creates distrust and aggravation. I submitted my support request and waited a day with no answer. I then e-mailed Clickbank support and let them know that I'd contacted them and would give it another day before requesting a refund. Finally, I received a new login link from someone by the name of Sylvia. Happy and excited I logged in to go to town with my $67 worth of ready-made campaigns. Well, that excitement quickly faded and turned to absolute disgust. After downloading the 8 zip files provided I began going through through my new super ready-made successful campaigns. Wait a minute... this all looks very familiar, in fact, it looks identical to something else I already have. So I open up a second window in my file manager to compare side by side my newly downloaded material and with something I already had in another folder. My suspicions were correct. This "10 thousand ready-made successful campaigns" was the exact same package of poorly-written PLR articles I had downloaded from http://resell-rights-weekly.com a couple of months earlier and had yet to really dive into much. Not only was it an identical package, but the one I downloaded from Resell Rights Weekly was absolutely free!
Now PLR products are popular and a lot of people earn money with them. Not knocking PLR (Private Label Rights) one bit. I could even have appreciated the Nick Marks super duper package a tiny bit if he had even edited the articles at all, but that isn't the case. This is just an exact copy being sold for $67. These articles are a good starting point, but need a lot of editing if they are to be published with any sort of pride. Needless to say, I got a refund. The advertising for this package is deceptive in nature and there is absolutely nothing "automated" about any of it. Oh, there is a special VIP upgrade if you want to shell out a couple hundred to have access to Nick Marks and his team...
As you can see, the only impressive thing about Top Secret Cash Report is the sales page. If he had put that much effort into the actual product, I might have a better opinion. At this point all he's done is to ensure that I will never pay any attention to anything else with his name on it. Shameful. I don't know Nick Marks personally and he may be a darn nice guy, but if you're going to put your name behind that much hype, you'd damn sure better deliver!
Fortunately this is a Clickbank product, so you will have no trouble getting a refund if you just have to see this for yourself. I don't know, maybe you'll find the information useful... to each their own.
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