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If you’ve seen the video for a new secret money making system called Clone My System, then maybe you have a bunch of questions swimming around in your head right now.
Just like I did.
- What’s this Clone My System money method all about?
- Why can’t I find more reviews about Clone My System?
- Is Clone My System legit or just another scam?
- Who is this Justin guy?
- Can I really make millions with Clone My System?
Having been involved in online marketing for over 10 years now, I kinda know some of the answers to these questions just by watching the promo video but this one added an extra twist that I did not see coming.
When I saw that twist, I knew the answers to all the questions above and I’m here to clear things up about this new Clone My System video you watched before coming here for the review.
Highlights from the Clone My System Video
I was sent to this Clone My System video by Steve from Steal My System. You probably were too.
If you know about Steal My System then you know that system was a complete scam and you could see some similarities with Clone My System from the name to the way the video is set up and even the story in the video.
In fact, they even used the same script about the dying father on his hospital bed and the secret money system.
This to me sets off a lot of red flags because I outed this as bogus in my Steal My System review. Here’s a quote from that review.
“The sob story outlines that his father was on his death bed in the hospital dying from cancer. His father handed him the secret and he went home and tried it.
Here’s the ridiculous, too good to be true part.
Steven activated the system, let it run in the background and without doing anything else, he went out. When he returned he was rich.
Now he claims that he makes about $7000 daily and has so far made over $2 million with this system. If it were this easy to make money online, don’t you think that everyone would be doing it?
The real reason why this story is bogus though is the fact that after you get to the signup page you’re referred to a completely different system, which I mentioned before is more than 2 years old, that has nothing to do with the system supposedly created by Steven’s father.”
Much of what is mentioned in the video is also from the Steal My System video. Only here, the name of the son isn’t Steven, it’s Justin.
Nothing is said about what is involved in the system. Despite being vague, I was relieved to see them mention that there were some things that were not involved.
- No trading stocks (so it wasn’t a binary options thing)
- No Facebook
- No hosting
- No MLMs
- No MOBE
- No Aspire
These were all systems that were referred to by Steal My System which is ridiculous. At one point Steal My System’s secret system turned out to be Power Lead System (an MLM related program), then it was later changed to Vibrant Money System (where you had to buy hosting).
Then this system, which should have been ONE secret system his father kept secret, was changed a couple more times – once to refer people to an MLM called Digital Altitude where you had to buy a program called Aspire. And the last time I checked it referred people to a scam called Facebook Cash Code.
Judging from the way they leave out details on what the system really is about, I’m going to say that if you follow this Clone My System, they’re going to be changing the supposedly secret system over the course of time.
Now isn’t that cause for concern?
Because that means they’re plain lying to you in the video.
Another highlight from the video is that they have a couple giving a testimonial about how the system helped them make money. All I can say is that the couple was paid and that’s the only money they made.
What’s Inside Clone My System? The Twist…
If you’re asking this question, then I’m guessing that you did not enter your email address and click the big yellow order button.
Did the $47 (apparently discounted from $497) they’re charging for a vague system make you a bit cautious?
Here’s the twist.
I was prepared to get this system and see what it was about so I could let my readers know what they were getting into. So I entered my email address and clicked the order button.
I expected to see the order page asking for $47 but what I did not expect was to be redirected to another program. After all, order buttons usually lead to order pages, not external websites.
Anyway, the system being referred to here is a program called My Mobile Money Pages, a program which has been around for a while.
You have to sit through another video and then order My Mobile Money Pages for $39.95 if you want to try this system.
But hold up! You should be asking about My Mobile Money Pages now.
Does My Mobile Money Pages Work?
Although, based on previous experience, I suspect that the referred program here might change to something else other than My Mobile Money Pages, I’m going to give my 2 cents on this product.
I haven’t tried the product but I’ve always known it to be a low quality and less than helpful program that is not capable of delivering the kind of money it claims you can make.
So you’re basically wasting your time with this and you wouldn’t be making $3000 per day as Clone My System promises or even $500+ per day as My Mobile Money Pages claims you can make.
Based on another trusted source, here’s the down low on My Mobile Money Pages and why you should avoid it.
- It’s seriously outdated. MMMP was created in 2011 and methods have changed significantly since then.
- Inadequate training – about an hour of training is not going to help you get anywhere.
- The pages created are butt-ugly and you don’t own them.
- You’re on your own – it’s not easy to get support.
This is a basic summary of the issues that you’ll meet if you get My Mobile Money Pages so it’s best avoiding this program altogether.
So Is Clone My System a Scam?
You should know the answer to this after reading all that.
Yes! Clone My System is just another scam from someone who claims they’re protecting you from scams just to get your trust.
One thing from the video that stood out to me was when they mentioned that the people this was most suited for were “fresh newbies”. Then they go on to say that “the more clueless you are, the more money you’ll make”.
So they want “fresh, clueless, newbies” to try this out because they know that they’ll have a much better chance at scamming someone who has never made money online and who doesn’t know how it works.
What they never though about was that I’d do a review and expose their scheming ways. Avoid Clone My System as there are more honest programs available online that will teach you how to make money from home.
The Program That I Use
So now you might be wondering if there are any honest programs online that aren’t scams.
There are many programs that are indeed honest and have high quality information and tools to help you build an online business from scratch.
The one that I use however has helped me to quit my day job so that I could do affiliate marketing full time from home. I’m not a millionaire but make enough to afford nice things, vacations overseas once in a while and pay the bills.
This program, called Wealthy Affiliate, was started in 2005 but is very much up to date with the information you need to make money online in 2017. All the tools are included to help you and the training is step by step and very high quality.