Nine Dollar Business Package

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by sallyrue, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. sallyrue

    sallyrue New Member

    This is how it should be, I found this package today that's 9 bucks and it teaches you all the same stuff as the Average Joe Income Package, Profit Lance, Duvet Dollars etc..It even has a testimonial from the Average Joe.

    My advice, save $27-57 bucks and go with this becuase you are going to get the same thing there. Just my 2 cents..

    Heres the site http://9dollarbusinesspackage.com
     
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Looks good to me...although the part about "coaching" makes me a little nervous - hopefully she (or is it really a he???) [​IMG] won't turn around and ask you to "invest" $5,000 for coaching.
     
  3. makemoneyonline

    makemoneyonline New Member

    that looks great. Thanks so much for the link.
     
  4. 040107

    040107 Member

    I'm sure there's a back end offer to this but $9 looks good for now.[​IMG]
     
  5. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I had a feeling that Andrea wasn't a real person - there is actually a stock photo you can view here:

    http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup/gender/female/women/2771887_beautiful_isolate d_portraits.php?id=2771887

    I can't prove it, but I suspect Kris McCarty (AKA Average Joe) is the real person behind the Andrea Fox. Really, there are a lot of similarities between the two websites:

    1. Average-Joe-Income-Package.com seems to use stock photos.

    2. Andrea Fox is described as an "average" girl, just like "Average" Joe.

    3. Both websites use the same website script which makes the page look all funny when the pop-up comes up.

    In fact, you can look at the source code of 9dollarbusinesspackage.com, and close to the very end, I found the following code:



    I deleted cookies just to make sure that this affiliate ID was part of the website. It is.

    If you buy this package, you are probably going to get some good value for $9, but don't be surprized if you get nailed with a sales pitch for coaching that will cost about $5,000, but maybe a little less if nobody takes the bait...
     
  6. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Quoting: getagripthere is actually a stock photo you can view here:

    Wow! How did you find that? Just a coincidence or some serious investigation?
     
  7. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Previously, I "caught" Ultimate Wealth Package using stock photos for an old couple that looked like a stock photo. All I did was go to Istockphoto.com, and typed in something like "old couple", scrolled through a few pages of photes, and "walla" there the photo was.

    I was actually going to purchase the 9 dollar ebook through my own affiliate ID, but I couldn't figure out the product code - that's when I pulled up the source code and discovered the avgjoepack ID, and at that point, I knew that the photo was a stock photo.

    So, I just went to Istockphoto.com and typed in "blond girl", and on page 22 of the results, there she was! Then I noticed all of the stuff that was similar to Average Joe - it had Kris McCarthy written all over it...not that this "circumstancial" evidence "prooves" anything. [​IMG]
     
  8. sallyrue

    sallyrue New Member

    How the heck do you guys find all this stuff? [​IMG]

    Anyways, I havent been pitched anything for $5000 bucks?

    You guys should open a PI firm[​IMG]
     
  9. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks Keith for sharing that [​IMG]
     
  10. opendomain

    opendomain New Member

    LOL nice find getagrip. (note to self "Never use stock photo")

    IN all it's not that bad of a marketing idea...I just hate the whole intro price backend screw that alot of "products" offer. Be upfront with me, tell me you're goign to hit me up for 5k and I will probably not sign up but at least your time and mine are not wasted.

    ....who actually spends 5k for online training?
     
  11. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Quoting: opendomain....who actually spends 5k for online training?

    Just go to http://ripoffreport.com and type in coaching in the search field. For example, here is one - this guy spent $4,530 for "coaching", only to get ripped off. You can read about the report here:

    http://ripoffreport.com/reports/0/283/RipOff0283061.htm

    I'm not saying all coaching is a rip off - Wealthy Affiliate offers very good coaching/mentoring, and they only charge $29.99 a month for ALL of their services...but if someone asks $4,000 for coaching, hold onto your wallet and RUN FOR THE HILLS!
     
  12. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I just took a look at from SnobToSnobUniversity.com (run by Kris McCarty). Guess who's picture appears at the top of the page? Would you believe it if I said "Andrea Fox"? Bah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
     
  13. bbll

    bbll Guest

    is it a one time fee and how much information come in this package.
     
  14. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I think its just a one time fee, but they will probably try to sell you coaching.
     
  15. JQO

    JQO New Member

    http://marketplace.sitepoint.com/auctions/20387

    Here's a bit o' intrestin' info on this site
     
  16. Jimi

    Jimi New Member

    I paid the 9 dollars and a few days later I received a call asking if I was interested in working from home. I was busy at the time so asked that she call me back. I will be getting a phone call tonight and will post what I find from it. I am expecting some sales pitch to spend alot more money so we will see. It will be a short phone conversation if that is the case.
     
  17. CSGWAHM

    CSGWAHM New Member

    Interesting......Thanks for posting the info getagrip.
     
  18. kehk05

    kehk05 New Member

    Thank you for the 411. But, bottom line. Is the information useful and can you really generate some cash from it?
     
  19. Jimi

    Jimi New Member

    Just as others have stated it is squeeze site to get you to pay for 1 on 1 coaching. I was told over the phone that you have to apply and be selected for the program. When I said I was not interested in paying more money she simply said "then you do not qualify".
    There are good ideas in what I have read from the "Andrea Fox" site so far so I do not feel that I wasted the nine dollars. I think there is something there to get me started at little to no cost.
    I am just trying to learn how to successfully step into internet marketing or affiliate marketing. I guess my best bet will be to hit the library and find some books on the subjects.
     
  20. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    If you go the the library you will probably be wasting your time - I've actually looked at a few "offline" books on making money, and they are almost a complete waste of money (or time spent reading them if you get them from the library). They usually aren't written for the, pardon my pun, "average joe" who only has a few dollars to start a business with. If you really want to learn how to make money online, I'd suggest checking out Wealthy Affiliate.
     

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