Welcome to my review on Copy My websites. I’m sure many of you are wondering whether is Copy My Websites a scam or a legitimate program to start making money online. Is it really worth investing time and money into a program like this? These are some of the questions that we will be focusing on in this short review.
Alright without further ado, let’s get things rolling…
Name: Copy My Websites
Copy My Websites Overview
How many of you here saw the headlines “Copy My Free Weird Trick to Make $1,000.00 Per Day Starting Today” and got really excited about it. Well, I am sure many of you did. If I come across something like this a couple of years back, I probably would have reacted in the same manner.
Unfortunately, after losing tens of thousands on so many different make money online programs in the past I have become “immune” to them. Now, I can easily spot whether if something is legit or not through just looking at the sales page and presentation.
Some of you might be asking, so what’s my take on this? Is it a scam? Or it’s the real deal to make money?
The answer is very straight forward. It’s an outright scam! I can strongly say that you won’t make a dime out of this program. In fact, you are only going to lose money. Before I actually go into details on why I say this program is a scam, just wanted to mention something about their headlines.
They mentioned that it’s a FREE weird trick, but it is not even free at all. You will have to pay $37 to get access to this program. So how can it be free when you have to pay money upfront? Seriously… I don’t get it!
Red Flags Spotted!
(1) Fake Timer
The very first thing I noticed once I landed on this page is the timer. As you can see, it starts counting down. It gives you the impression that if you don’t get access to this program in the next 7 minutes or so you will lose this money making opportunity.
Well, that’s not true. This counter is simply useless and redundant. Nothing is going to happen when it goes to zero. Everything is going to be as it is. You can still remain in the page, exit, close or come back a week later and you still can access to this site.
The whole reason for this counter is for marketing purpose. This counter is here to give you the feel that if you don’t sign up or purchase this program within the next few minutes it will be gone forever. Don’t get fooled by this.
I did get fooled by this once before and to think back about it now, can’t believe I have been so stupid to believe all this. Sigh… Nevertheless, there is really no point of me thinking about what has happened before. All that matters now is how you put all the negatives behind and bounce back up.
(2) Fake Testimonials
In the past, there have been lots of values for testimonials. When you see them, you get a sense of security that these guys must have tried and benefited from it. But nowadays, it’s widely being used simply to give credibility to programs or products that don’t deliver anything positive at all.
The testimonial you see in the presentation video are all fake.
Our dear friend Jake, claims that he just paid one of his partners named Jay Watkins $500 to his PayPal account. That’s not true at all. The person you see in this image is neither Jay Watkins or is a partner of the Copy My Websites program.
It’s simply just a stock photo. Basically, you pay a small rights fee to use the photo. The person you see probably made more money for posing for the single photo than he did with Copy My Websites.
As you can see from the above image, there are some many other web sites using the exact image.
What the author said about this other testimonial is something I really couldn’t stand. He went on to say that this person named Lin did not have a computer and was unsure whether she could make money. And he claimed that she didn’t need one. All she needed to do was use her handphone to check and see the money going in.
I went on to look for this image on Google and there it was… on a paid video website. Basically, you will have to buy this video to use it. However, our dear friend didn’t do that. He probably just took a screenshot of the Asian lady and named her Lin Xiong to cut cost.
(3) Fake Bank Balances
I can’t believe I am saying this but everything found on this site is fake. To make matters worst, the author decided to show screenshots of his so-called bank balances. $3 million ++ from Bank of America, $75,000++ on his Paypal account and etc.
These images are nothing but photoshopped. Don’t get deceived by all of those.
(4) Product image not linked to product name
When I click on the “Yes let me in”, it brings me to the Copy My Websites order page. The funny thing is the image in the product doesn’t even say Copy My Websites. I can’t exactly tell what it is but it says something Marketers Club. This only tells me that they don’t even have a proper product in the first place.
(5) The Worst Bait to fall for!
This here shows how desperate is the owner trying to sell you his program. He went to the extent to tell me that I have made $135 while watching this video. This is not true at all. He just took a screenshot of a ClickBank account and edited it.
Think about it, if you already have made $135 why do you even need to purchase the program for $37 again. The owner mind as well, just take $37 from the money you’ve made and give out this program to you for free. Of course, he isn’t going to do that because we all know this is his imaginary money that doesn’t have any value to it.
What can you expect after purchasing Copy My Websites?
You are definitely going to get something after you purchase the program. I went to look at their YouTube page, and it seems the owner has walked you through the program itself.
Basically, you are going to be getting some squeeze pages to promote programs from Clickbank. The problem with this is that these pages are useless if you don’t drive traffic to them. You can’t simply set up a squeeze page and expect visitors to view it.
In this case, nobody is going to see it and thus you are not going to make any sales. Just to make things worst, doing something like this isn’t going to guarantee you $1,000 every day. Even if you can make $1 a day through this system I will be very surprised. That’s how bad it is!
My Final Verdict!
To be honest, I can go on and on about the different red flags with this program but I don’t think there is a need for me to do so. I’m sure the above are already more than enough to prove to you that the Copy My Websites program is nothing but a scam.
Yes, they do offer something in return for your money. But it is still a scam because you are not going to make any money like it promised. You are going to be using some kind of squeeze pages to make money. But that’s not how the owner said in the first place.
He said you don’t have to do anything. Everything will be done for you and you just have to see money going into your account every day. Yea, right… as if it’s going to happen. If there is a loophole to make that easy money why would he even need to share it with everyone in the first place? He could have just kept it himself and have made him millions.
Of course, we are smart enough to know that whatever he said isn’t true at all and easy money doesn’t exist in this world. We have to work hard to make any sort of money whether it’s online or offline.
Final Verdict: Scam, Not Recommended
My #1 Recommendation?
No, this is NOT a get rich quick scheme. However, if you are willing to follow the training and put in the effort you definitely can make a full-time income online. I have been doing this for the past 2 years and have seen major success with it.
I have come to the end of my review on Copy My Websites. Those of you who have tried this program are welcomed to share your experience with us in the comment section below.
Thanks for reading 🙂