I haven’t seen an online marketing system in a while that spouts as much BS in the sales funnel as Full Money System does.
It starts with an A-typical dodgy marketing video that has it all: fast cars, fake testimonials, proof that isn’t proof and a rather annoying presenter.
It offers a push button system for generating untold wealth while knowing nothing and doing nothing.
Am I sceptical? You bet I am!
The Full Money System: What does it cost?
Pushing through the usual exit discounts, it goes from $49 down to $9.
Of course then you have the upsells. This particular product has a wealth of up and down sells.
The first upsell is for 100 automated businesses (websites), where with “just click a few buttons… and your passive income starts immediately”. All for a mere $198 bucks! The earnings claims are ridiculous stating, $1.5 million in one year and $46 thousand per day.
This is then down sold for $98.
After that you are miraculously randomly chosen to become a member of a special secret society that makes tens of millions in a few months all by using special secret software that requires no work, just the click of a button. I cry foul! It’s really magic!
This secret society is virtually impossible to get into, but for $197 they will let you in. Declining this offer does not put you on a hitlist, instead they offer you a discount! Now it’s just $97 bucks to join a super elite, super-secret society of millionaires.
The final step to unlock my product involves Jean Claude Van Damme. I’m perfectly serious. Jean Claude Van Damme wants to sell me access to viral traffic! They used a recent viral video as bait to sell a system that can supposedly generate over one million visitors per month. You can grab that for $97, or decline and grab it for $47.
Inside Full Money System
The first page of the member’s area contains several videos, 6 in fact:
- A welcome video
- A free 1 on 1 phone call with a business advisor
- A video about the upcoming webinar
- Free websites (a hosting company)
- Automated Paydays
- Free cash app
That’s right, out of six videos, three are most definitely upsells and one, the one-on-one phone call, is most likely going to end up being a sales call.
Bypassing all of those lovely options, I check out the system itself, which is comprised of 3 steps.
The first is a 15 minute video that I had hoped was going to tell me the secrets of success but instead was a tutorial / sales video about getting hosting and setting up an HTML sales page.
I was stunned.
Then I realized something, I have seen this stuff before. Checking to make sure I hadn’t reviewed this product before (yes, I have made that mistake before…) I came to the conclusion that this was most likely an older product repackaged and re-launched.
The video covered the other 2 steps: downloading your websites and signing up to overly expensive web hosting.
The websites are basic HTML sales pages with a PLR e-book as the purchase product. You get the e-book PDF and all necessary files. Though the video does cover installation, if you are new to websites creation this will be a big learning curve.
Is there anything worthwhile here?
Elsewhere in the site is access to numerous other websites templates all of which are in the same vein as the ones on the Full Money System page.
As well as that is the Traffic Money System, which is downloadable software. I didn’t try this as the last time I downloaded random software like this I got a virus.
In fact there is a little notice below the download link:
We CERTIFY that This software is VIRUS-FREE. If you get a WARNING, please click IGNORE – as we have submitted the software to the proper companies for “approval” so these warnings do not come up.
Which “proper” companies? What approval? If your alarm bells are not ringing by now, then you need a new alarm clock!
As well as that, there is a PDF e-book called the Social Money system.
The Bottom Line: Is Full Money System a Scam?
I am pretty sure that this is a re-packaged product, there are just too many things that I have seen before. I just don’t know which one.
What I do know is that you should avoid this system like the plague. It contains basic HTML websites and uhm, that’s about it!
The earnings promised are not going to be obtained with this product and these websites. There is a huge lack of training to get going, barring some scheduled webinars, which I can almost guarantee will be upsell after upsell, with a little training thrown in.
The number of upsells is crazy, they are obviously looking to suck as much cash out of you as possible before you realize that you have been duped.