“I Made $76,875.71 in 26 Days!”
Okay, I’ll admit it. That’s a pretty good way to catch a reader’s attention. Unfortunately, if you do the math, that works out to a little less than a million dollars per year. Do you honestly think this program will turn you into a millionaire with only a $60 investment? Maybe you need to keep reading.
Also, what’s with the name Six Figure Yearly? Could they really not afford the s?
Six Figure Yearly makes the following claims:
- Step-by-step instructions to turn your computer into a money making machine.
- You can make $3,500 per day working only two hours.
- You will automate your online income so money pours into your bank account.
- There is no selling, surveys, or envelope stuffing.
- DEAR GOD HURRY THERE ARE ONLY 4 COPIES LEFT
They are entirely vague at answering what you will be doing to make a million dollars per year. Imagine walking into an interview with a potential employer. You sit down and he tells you he will make you a million dollars this year. You ask, “Okay, what will I be doing?” His response, “You’ll be making money of course!” You, “How?” Him, “IT DOESN’T MATTER DOES IT? IT’S A MILLION FREAKING DOLLARS.” You, “Uhh. I just remember I have somewhere to be.” Him, “GET BACK HERE AND GIVE ME $60 NOW SO I CAN GIVE YOU $1,000,000 LATER.”
I can’t imagine that would ever actually occur, but that is what is happening when you read Six Figure Yearly’s website. The owner mentions over and over how much money he/she/it is making, but never spends any time discussing how that money is earned! In fact, there are only a few sentences that begin to describe what’s going on. Here they are: “Here’s what I do every day. I sit down at our computer. I check our emails. I return our emails. I check our income accounts online. I do two to four simple transactions. I turn off our computer. I have a nice day. This takes me about two hours a day or less!”
I read emails and check my bank account every day too! How come I’m not making a million dollars yet!?
Six Figure Yearly works along the same lines as a rebate processor or data entry scam and we all know how reliable data entry and rebate processing jobs are. The scam here isn’t so much that the system doesn’t work. The scam is that they are blatantly lying to you in order to make a sale.
If you read through the presell page, they make the claim that all they do is fill in boxes and process transactions and money is literally thrown at their feet. If it is that simple, why isn’t every single person in the world doing this? We wouldn’t have any problems with our economy and foreclosures would be a thing of the past. Now, we all know that’s an impossible scenario.
Instead, you’ll be given instructions on how to promote Clickbank products via Google Adwords. Yes, that Clickbank and that Google Adwords. What they don’t tell you on the presell page is that this is going to cost you a lot of money. Way more than just the initial $69.97 price, even though the website says this exact phrase: “YOU WILL NOT SPEND ONE DIME OF ADDITIONAL INITIAL OUT OF POCKET EXPENSE to get started if you buy the platinum program.” (Tangent: Why the hell couldn’t they just charge $70?)
Essentially, you’ll be buying ad space on Google’s search engine results. For instance, do a search with Google. Search for anything at all. On the search results page, you’ll see sponsored ads along the top and the right hand side of the page. You will be buying ad space there in order to place affiliate links to products. Every time someone clicks on an ad there, the advertiser (you) gets charged, regardless of whether or not that user makes a purchase. Let me make this clear, you’ll be paying anywhere from $0.50 to $5.00 every time someone clicks on your ad. These clicks will happen often, and you will have to pay for each one.
The only way you’ll make money is if someone clicks the ad then makes a purchase through your affiliate link. At one point in time, this was a rather good way to make extra money. However, now the market is over saturated and you probably won’t make back your investment and you’ll fall deeper into debt. So, that leaves you with this question. Will you make over $1,000,000 per year? Absolutely not. No way. Never will you make that much money.
Save your money. Invest it in ING and actually make a decent return. Either way, don’t give it to the guys behind Six Figure Yearly.