Operation 10K Review – Just Full of Hype!

This review is going to be about a fairly new product called Operation 10K. What is Operation 10K? Is it a scam or legit opportunity? Is it going to deliver like what it promised? Is it worth for you to try it or who is it really for? These are some of the questions that will be focused on in this review.

Name: Operation 10KOperation-10K-Scam-Review

Website: http://operation10k.com/

Owner: Mathew Neer & Desmond Ong

Price: $19.00

Rating: 2/5

Verdict: Not Recommended


What is Operation 10K all about?

Operation 10K is video based training program owned by Mathew Neer & Desmond Ong. If you looked at the top of their sales page, they had made a very bold claim.

“Discover the Avant-garde system that will bring you at least $2,228 weekly by just following these 4 simple steps”

As a person who is always on the look out for different opportunities/methods to make money online, this statement captured my attention immediately. I tried to learn as much as I could from their sales page before eventually making the decision of whether the buy or not. However, after going through everything, I have decided not to purchase this because I don’t think I will get anything good out of it.

So… coming back to the point. They mentioned that you will start making money by following these 4 simple steps.

Step #1: Download

Basically, upon paying for the product, you will be able to have instant access to their members area. There you will be able to download their “top secret system” for your personal use.

Step #2: Activate Campaign

You will be required to watch their training video and learn how their campaigns are run. After the short training, are to follow exactly how they did and activate your own campaign.

Step #3: Make Commissions

That’s fast isn’t it? Just this TWO simple steps and you can start raking in commissions immediately.

Step #4: Repeat

Just rinse and repeat the entire process to scale your income.

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What I didn’t like

#1: Irrelevant Video that seems to mislead people

In the sales video. Mathew Neer will ask Desmond Ong to show some of his campaigns. Then Desmond reacted by saying that he is not going to show them because it is secretive and it’s making him lots of money. After a bit of persuasion, he agreed with it.

At that moment, I thought he was really going to show his campaigns and how he does it. Unfortunately, all he did was show us his incoming earning. And again he talked about teaching how to set up a campaign from scratch. In the end, all they showed was both of their faces instead of zooming in on the computer to show us them setting up their campaigns.

Honestly, I feel that the entire intention of the sales video was to show a glimpse of what their lifestyle is like. The red Ferrari, Las Vegas, partying and etc. Seems like the deliberately did all these to give you the idea that if you purchase this product you too will have a similar lifestyle like them.

The sales video supposed to give me information about what their product is all about. Unfortunately, I didn’t get any useful information there.

#2: Poor Sales Tactics


As you can see from the above image, they mentioned that they are closing this program and have no plans of re-opening anytime soon. This is an outright lie. The only reason why they put this up is to make you buy their product quickly. If they really want to close this program, once the timer had hit ZERO, it should have been closed. However, everyone still can access it.

You might probably want to check in a couple of weeks later, and I’m sure you will still be able to access to this page. So don’t get fooled by their classic sales tactics.

#3: Fake Spots Availability 

Fake-Spots-AvailableOn the bottom right-hand corner of your screen, you will notice this “Available Spot’s Left” counter. When you just enter the website, it will start out at 50 but as time goes by you will see those number slowly dropping until it reaches 1. It will remain at 1 as long as you stay on that page.

The truth is these numbers are not even in real time. It’s just a fake counter programmed to their website to make it seem legit. Trust me, just refresh the page and you will see the number resets back to 50.

Unethical misleading things like this are always found in those scam sites where they try to get you to sign up and spend money on their program quickly. Judging by what I see here, I don’t see why is this any different from other scam sites.


Why You Should Not Try Operation 10K

So the question is will this 4 simple steps really help you make over $2000 every week? Honestly, it seems too good to be true. They mentioned that you will be leveraging on other people to drive traffic(free) to you so you literally don’t have to do anything or spend your own money to buy traffic.

All I can tell you is, this traffic source of theirs doesn’t seem to be legit. Seems more like they just created a hype around it. The best and most targeted FREE traffic is through article marketing which requires blogging and SEO. However, if you look at their sales page they already indicated that their marketing strategies don’t include MLM, blogging, SEO and etc.

They are probably using some black hat tricks to drive traffic which isn’t really going to drive you highly target buying traffic.

One thing I want you to understand is that you should solely rely on their income earning they showed in the video. They could have run several paid campaigns and got that results but lied to you that they earned that money using their method. So you will never know until you try it for yourself. Often products like this that come out with “out of the box” methods to make money often under delivers. And I don’t see why this is any different.

Think about it, if these guys have found a secret loophole to generate them continuous income without spending a dime on traffic, why on earth will they want to share it with all of you. Won’t this affect their own income? If I personally have such strategies, I will keep it to myself and generate as much revenue as I could.


Final Words.

You would have come across several other reviews online that gave a good rating for the Operation 10K. These websites aren’t really genuine because they are writing these reviews just to promote the product itself. They will make a commission from it if you purchase the product from their link.

That is the reason why you see so many websites providing with different bonuses to entice you into signing up. In reality, all of these bonuses are useless. They put a price tag on it, worth $5,000 or $10,000. Don’t get fooled by them because their bonuses will not offer you anything in value to start making money online.

I don’t know about you, but for me, all those “overly hyped programs” that for e.g., make claims that you will make $10,000 a month without any effort if you buy them. They just don’t feel very honest. Maybe not just feel, they are NOT honest at all when they make those claims.

That kind of money, is of course, possible to make online. But NOTHING will come to you easy, you are going to have to put in time and effort in order to make it happen.

A program that always will be honest with you and tell you nothing but the TRUTH, that you are going to have to follow a step-by-step training, put in time and effort to build you business from down to upwards(without any shortcuts) is Wealthy Affiliate.

I am earning over $10,000 a month now, BUT I have to tell you, it is definitely not something you can make within a night or even a month. I took me 11 months to reach the level where I make $10,000 every month. I built a business right from scratch, I didn’t make my first dollar till the third month but I can tell you that I have been making progress every day. This progress is the one that led me to what I deem as success to me.

If you are willing to commit yourself and give yourself enough time to succeed I am sure you could achieve similar or even better success too. To get started it is going to cost you absolutely nothing($0, no credit card required). I highly encourage that YOU make use of this FREE membership and establish an online business of your own.



I hope you found this review on Operation 10K to be useful and now hopefully you have a better understanding of whether it is something for you or not. If you have tried it, please share your experience with us in the comment section below. Also, if you have any questions with regards to this review I will be more than happy to answer them.

I wish you success & Thank you for reading!


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    • Yes, I just checked their website. Seems like they did close down BUT temporarily only. At the point when I was writing this review, it was still opened.

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