Sim, August 1, 2019
Review of : Take Surveys For Cash (Jason White)
Use : Get Paid To Complete Surveys
Well Established ?
"Well" I don't know. For quite some times now... oddly
Ease of Use
Bad reputation online
Summary : Jason White (persona) claims he's making thousands of dollars each month filling out surveys.
If you listen to the claims, there's a weird secret that only Jason knows about, to make 500$ per survey instead of 3$.
The good part ? It will only cost you 39$ and your personal info (name, email address) to learn his secret.
What's so secret ? Well, even on the sale page, it clearly says you'll only get a list of the best survey sites to use.
To make it short, for 39$ you'll get a list of survey sites you can normally join for free.
There's no secret weapon and nobody's making 500$ per survey.
The only good reviews you'll find online are from money bitches reviewing almost everything they can as affiliates.
If you are looking to earn extra bucks online with surveys, it's fine. But keep in mind you'll never make thousands of dollars per month. Unless you drive masses of referrals to the sites (and then, you're not really making money by completing surveys lol).
There's no secret to making money online. You just need to learn it the right way.
Taking surveys for cash in itself is a real thing.
Many companies are welling to pay to get your opinion or feedback.
Unlike bux sites where you invest money, survey sites don’t (normally) require you to invest.
That doesn’t make them better. You are losing your time and time is the most valuable resource you’ve got.
Still, you don’t lose money…
That’s when Taking Survey For Cash with Jason White comes in.
This is a Clickbank’s product, supposed to teach you how to become a rich MF by filling out surveys.
Nah, it’s not 100% accurate.
Jason White tells you that this secret system or whatever, is going to send you directly, to your doorstep, absurdly high paying surveys.
For 39$ you have access to those secret companies and surveys.
He even goes a little further saying that the first survey completed will earn you 50$. You get your money back right away.
Jason White is only a persona.
You won’t find the name or the face of the guy behind this product.
Main reason being that if some people knew who and where he is… He’d probably have to find a new home.
Everything on the landing page is fake as hell.
We’ll start with the very first sign at the top of the page.
Cool, created for Canadians…
But when you use the site with an American IP.
Next, take a look at this photoshopped payment proof.
Now, compare the 2 screenshots below and tell me if it can really be live stats from available surveys.
Strange that the exact same surveys were available in June and October. Isn’t it ?
Usually, when a legit company asks you to complete a survey for more than 3-4-5$, you got to jump on it and fast.
Because this kind of offer is limited. In time and in amount of people who can take it.
They don’t need to know what the entire planet thinks and if they want to know something, it’s now. Not in a year.
If they want to know if something’s changed in the past year, they are gonna send out a new survey. That’s it.
I don’t think a second 200$ surveys exist and if they do, why the hell would they be around indefinitely. Nonsense.
It’s a different number each time you refresh the page.
The sale video is funny.
Especially the part where “Jason” is opening the envelopes to take out his checks.
If you haven’t seen it, take a look.
Do you know someone who opens envelopes like this ?
Just by looking at the sale page you can see this is a blatant scam.
But what really pumps me is the fact that this product is sold on ClickBank.
It really does give a bad vibe to the network.
I love CB and you can find really amazing products on it, but I can’t understand why they can’t filter a little better their sellers.
Also, this product’s been around for quite some time now. Why the hell is it still there ?
If claims were true, you could make money by taking surveys.
But, that’s not the case.
The referral program pays about 75% commission on sales you make.
Give or take 25$ per sale.
If, for whatever reason, you decide you still want to buy this crap, there are some up-sells.
This is a screenshot of the sale page for affiliates.
It means that once you buy the product, they’ll try to sell you other related products/services.
For a total of 124$.
Most of products and services right now contain up-sells.
That’s where owners really make money.
Nonetheless, it’s always fun to know what’s coming up.
The thing is, if it was as simple as the sale page claims, why the hell would there be up-sells.
Over the years I tried many, many ways to earn money online.
There are so much things you can do, it’s crazy.
But the thing that worked the best for me is affiliate marketing. Mainly because :
I started as a complete newbie and learned everything.
I’m no genius. I just had the good mentors and the good support.
The place where I found the support and the training I needed to start my own online business is called Wealthy Affiliate.
If you’d like my help to get you started making money online, start by reading this review and send me an email.
We’ll keep in touch !
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