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Cash Siphon System Review – We’re 99% Sure It’s an Outright Scam!

Welcome to my Cash Siphon System review!

If you ever encountered Ewen Chia's products, then you're probably not surprised as to how this one would be different from the rest of them.

I am talking about his "revolutionary" money-making system called Cash Siphon System!

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Cash Siphon System in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal why Chia's Cash Siphon System is a scam, and I am going to prove it to you. 

Read my unbiased Cash Siphon System review and find out the truth. 

Cash Siphon System Review Summary

Product Name:  Cash Siphon System

Founder:  Ewen Chia

Product Type:  Affiliate Marketing Training Course

Price:  $17 - One-Time Fee + optional upsells

Best For:  No one...

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Summary:  Ewen Chia's Cash Siphon System is a scam in a sense that it sells you one product but what you're given is far from the actual product. I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone, or any of his programs at all. First, this is a bait and switch scheme, and I'll explain why in this article. Second, affiliate marketing is shown the wrong way with its with his claims and sales pitches. Lastly, the sales funnel contains questionable products that preys on a customer who doesn't know anything about affiliate marketing. 

Rating: 1/100

Recommended:  No

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Is Mary Kay a Scam? The Grandmother of All MLMs In The Spotlight!

Welcome to my Mary Kay review!

Mary Kay is a company that needs no introduction, and we mean that in a very good way.

Your mother or grandmother probably used, or even sold, their products at some point in their lives.

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Mary Kay in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal the story behind Mary Kay and the business opportunity that it presents to women entrepreneurs all across the world. 

Is Mary Kay a scam? 

It's far from being a scam, but here's something you should know about their company...

Mary Kay Review Summary

Product Name:  Mary Kay

Founder: Mary Kay Ash and Richard Rogers

Product Type:  Cosmetics, Skin Care Products MLM

Price:  $100 for Starter Kit + $225 worth of product purchase every 3 months

Best For:  Women who can sell this easily recognizable brand, and who want to start their own business. 

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Summary:  Mary Kay is one of the oldest MLM companies in existence, and it still operates to this day. But even though they're popular and recognized, I cannot recommend their business opportunity to anyone. First, the income potential is really low from both profits and commissions (and I have the math to prove it!) Second, the market saturation for distributors is also high (and you should see my sample search below).  Lastly, storage problems can chew into your profits. Mary Kay presents entrepreneurs with inventory problems that only retail stores should face. 

Rating: 50/100

Recommended:  No

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Daily Cash Siphon Review – Learn Affiliate Marketing The Wrong Way!

Welcome to my Daily Cash Siphon review!

If you've encountered a "secret" course to making money online that promises you hundreds of dollars in income a day, then you've probably seen Daily Cash Siphon.

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Daily Cash Siphon in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal what makes Daily Cash Siphon different from the rest of the affiliate marketing courses out there. 

In my Daily Cash Siphon review, I'll also reveal a few shocking details about this program. 

Read on and find out...

Daily Cash Siphon Review Summary

Product Name:  Daily Cash Siphon

Founder:  Chris Parker

Product Type:  Affiliate Marketing Training Course

Price:  $37 Sign-up fee (one-time) plus optional upsells.

Best For:  People who want to know more about building a WordPress website, and who are curious about Affiliate Marketing. 

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Summary:  Daily Cash Siphon is a legitimate affiliate marketing training course developed by Chris Parker. But for reasons that're about to be made clear in this article, I cannot recommend this program to anyone. First, their sales page is misleading (and I'll explain why in this article). Second, their customer service is non-existent and they even use fake people (and I have the proof). Third, they make affiliate marketing look bad. They make it look like affiliate marketing is a secret and controversial way to earn money online. Lastly, the program is nothing more than a rehashed version of the founder's two other products. It's running the same old scheme in a new website. 

Rating:  10/100

Recommended:  No

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Is Beachbody a Scam? Lose Weight & Your Money at the Same Time!

Welcome to my Beachbody review!

If you ever got invited to become a fitness coach, you probably got invited to an MLM business opportunity, and not a job opportunity. 

There are MLM companies out there that highlight their weight loss products. But this one's different. 

The company turns you into a fitness coach, giving you the opportunity to earn money and lose weight at the same time. 

I am talking about Beachbody

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Beachbody in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal what makes Beachbody probably one of the most questionable MLM programs out there today. 

Keep reading...

Beachbody Review Summary

Product Name:  Beachbody

Founder:  Not Disclosed 

Product Type:  Health and Wellness, Fitness Program MLM

Price:  $39.95 (one-time sign up fee) + $15.95 recurring monthly fee.

Best For:  No one. 

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Summary:  Beachbody is completely legitimate. It's a company that provides an MLM business opportunity to its coaches. However, I cannot recommend this program to anyone. First, I have proof that they use questionable ingredients on their products. Second,  there's lots of recruitment involved in order to succeed. There's just no way for you to make it worth your while without recruiting. Lastly, no one's earning any money at all, and I can prove it. It also proves that they reward you more if you recruit a lot of people. To me, that's unfair and works almost like a pyramid scheme.  

Rating: 10/100

Recommended:  No

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Parallel Profits Review: Makes Dollars or NOT?!

Welcome to my Parallel Profits review!

Parallel Profits is the latest and upcoming program created by 2 ultra-successful millionaire internet marketers - Aidan Booth & Steve Clayton.

Parallel Profits will be launched in 2019. The exact dates and launching details need to be confirmed again.

Because of that, we still don't have all the details to make this a very in-depth review.

But I just want to give you some ideas of how amazing these guys have been over the decade in terms of creating wealth online and how their past programs were.

And my promise to you is that we're going to be constantly updating this review on Parallel Profits as we get closer to the launching date to help you make the best decision for yourself.

Cool?

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Is Herbalife a Scam? The Most Expensive Way To Lose Weight Yet

Welcome to my Herbalife review!

Herbalife is a company that needs no introduction. You've probably been sold its shakes, pills, and other products at one point in your entire life.​

Maybe you've even got invited to their business presentations. 

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Herbalife in any form.

But I have personally tried their products, so I have some shocking first hand experience to share with you.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal the secrets behind Herbalife's MLM opportunity, and why it's the most popular MLM company to date. 

Is Herbalife a scam, or a pyramid scheme, or an actual legitimate way to earn some cash? 

Read on and find out...

Herbalife Review Summary

Product Name:  Herbalife

Founder:  Mark Hughes

Product Type:  Health and Wellness, Skin Care MLM

Price:  $94.10 for International Business Pack or $124.10 for Super Starter International Business Pack + Upsells

Best For:  People who are good at doing presentations and are familiar with health and wellness products and its jargon.

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Summary:  Herbalife is one of the most popular MLM companies in existence, and it's far from being a scam. But despite being a popular MLM, I cannot recommend their business opportunity to anyone. First and foremost, they were almost classified as a pyramid scheme by the FTC after hearing several accusations from its distributors (I'll go into more detail in the article below). Second, no one's earning anything from their opportunity (and I have the evidences to prove it).  Third, their products are more expensive than other commercial brands. Lastly, there's a lot of recruitment involved. That's why they got in trouble with the FTC in the first place. 

Rating: 20/100

Recommended:  No

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Is Amway a Scam? The Grandfather of MLMs on The Spotlight!

Welcome to my Amway review!

This is an MLM company that needs no introduction. You've probably seen one of their products in your household at some point your life. 

Your parents may have even engaged in their business opportunity. I am talking about Amway!

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Amway in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal the secrets of Amway's success and what drives them to be one of the most dominant companies in the MLM industry. 

Is Amway a scam? 

Read more and find out. 

Amway Review Summary

Product Name:  Amway

Founder:  Richard DeVos and John Van Andel

Product Type:  Health and Wellness, Household Products MLM

Price:  $69 for Registration Fee (one-time) + $99 for Starter Kit (Optional)

Best For:  People who are good at recruiting and direct sales. 

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Summary: Amway is as legitimate as you can get. After all, it's nearly 50 years old and yet one of the strongest MLM companies out there. But even with its reputation and product lines, I cannot recommend their business opportunity to anyone. First, the income potential is really low (and I'll show you the evidence). Second, there are hidden costs that aren't revealed to you when you first sign up. Lastly, Amway has a history of legal trouble, and it's difficult to build a store around a company that's spent a lot of time in courtrooms.

Rating: 30/100

Recommended: No

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Why Startups Should Invest in Content Marketing?

About half of all startup businesses will go under within a half-decade of operation. If not sooner.

There are many reasons why startups fail.

In the digital age, it is harder than ever to stand out in the online business world. Competing businesses and products are introduced to the same crowded business market every moment. Sometimes a product just doesn’t connect with consumer wants or needs. 

One prime reason that startups fail out of the gate is that they don’t know their consumer audience. They don’t know who their target demographic is, how to market to them or what they want.

The only thing that a startup business should understand just as much, if not more, than their product is their target consumer base.

If your startup business doesn’t know it’s consumer base, then doing business will be all but impossible.

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Is Voxxlife a Scam? An MLM That Knocks Your Socks Off!

Welcome to my VoxxLife review!

Of all the MLM opportunities that we've reviewed, this has got to be the most unique one yet. I am talking about VoxxLife. 

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with VoxxLife in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal what makes VoxxLife the unique MLM opportunity that it is. 

Is VoxxLife a scam, or is it a lucrative business opportunity? 

Read on and find out... 

VoxxLife Review Summary

Product Name:  VoxxLife

Founder:  Jay Dhaliwal

Product Type:  Athletic Socks and Insoles MLM

Price:  Choice of $200 for Bronze Builder Kit or $400 for Silver Builder Kit or $600 for Gold Builder Kit + $40 for Membership Fee

Best For:  People who are capable of marketing performance-enhancing athletic products

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Summary:  VoxxLife is a legitimate MLM company that brings a unique product to the industry: socks embedded with HPT or Human Performance Technology. As much as they backed their claims with studies, I can't recommend this business opportunity to anyone. The reason being is that their products are way more expensive than the big commercial brands like Nike or Under Armour.  Second, the income potential is low (and I'll show you why!) Lastly, there seems to be no product training or support given to associates.  Without training or support, associates will never know how to market VoxxLife's very technical product line. 

Rating:  50/100

Recommended:  No

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Is Traverus a Scam? A Rebooted Travel MLM EXPOSED!

Welcome to my Traverus review!

There's nothing more beautiful than travelling the world, and one MLM company can give you the opportunity to do just that. 

That company is Traverus

First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.

That's the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online!

Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with Traverus in any form.

So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.

Instead, I'm here to reveal the history behind Traverus, its intriguing business opportunity, and how it fares against other agencies. 

Is Traverus a scam, or can it help you earn a lot of money? 

You decide...

Traverus Review Summary

Product Name:  Traverus

Founder:  David Manning

Product Type:  Travel and Vacation Packages MLM

Price:  $199.95 for Referral Travel Consultant or $399.95 for Certified Travel Consultant (both one-time fees)

Best For:  People who are good at selling travel and vacation packages, and who can recruit people. 

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Summary:  Traverus is far from being a scam and is actually provides a legitimate business opportunity. However, I can't recommend their program to anyone, and here's why. First, this program relies heavily on recruitment more than sales, and you need to be recruiting a lot of people to make this worth your while. Second, their business startup is expensive, and while the commission rates are impressive, you'd need to recoup your losses on your first few months through your commissions (and I'll show you the math behind my reasoning).  But I will say that with the right agent, this program can be very lucrative. 

Rating: 50/100

Recommended:  No

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