Were you sent an email promoting the Pay It Forward System,
Wondering whether it can take you to financial freedom?
Danielle Rose, the woman behind the system (and the spokesperson in the video), says that she’s giving away her money-generating website to those who are lucky.
She’s only handpicking the first 35 people who’ll sign up to the program.
And in turn, she’ll hand out the website that made her $6,000+ in a week with only 20 minutes of work.
To me, I feel that it’s all chit chat…
A sales pitch full of flowery promises while having ZERO substance!
But to understand why I’m so skeptical about this opportunity, my Pay It Forward System review will explain it in full detail.
Newbie or non-newbie, you’re very much welcome to read it all throughout.
Name: Pay It Forward System
Founder: Danielle Rose…?
Price: $1 + Upsells
Verdict: Not Recommended
What Is Pay It Forward System About?
Pay It Forward System is a make-money product by Danielle Rose, who claims to be an Internet multimillionaire who helped plenty of ordinary people online.
If you sign up to the scheme, you’re supposed to get a money-making website which only requires 20 minutes of work per day.
And it’s not just any website.
Danielle’s website is special because it helped her bank over $6,000 in a week while in the comfort of home.
However, she’s only limiting the slots to 35.
After 35 people have signed up, she claims that the sales page will be taken down.
What a joke!
I mean, why would a biz opp guru limit his or her ability to make money with a low-ticket product?
You see, Pay It Forward System costs a measly $1.
A single buck with the potential to earn six thousand!
At that price point, product sellers should be acquiring thousands of sales at a time (everyone has a dollar, you know)
Why only sell 35 spots? That’s WAY too unrealistic.
Unless, there’s a catch as to why Danielle is doing this.
Without further ado, let me reveal it to you in the next section.
Verdict: Too Bad, Danielle Is Hiding The Truth From You!
Prepare to be shocked…
Coz’ right now, I’m gonna’ reveal the truth as to why I DON’T RECOMMEND Pay It Forward System at all.
Especially if you’re trying to make money online.
This is the part where you’ll learn why I’m so skeptical of the biz opp in the first place!
I recommend you pay close attention to these read flags.
One, there’s no way you’ll earn $6,000 (or close to that amount) in a single week.
Probably part of the reason why you’re here in this review, is to confirm whether there’s fast money online.
And I’m telling you from experience: That does NOT exist!
I’ve lost thousands of dollars myself trying to follow the quick buck on the Internet.
What I thought was realistic was actually not, which caused the mess I got into today.
So if you’re a newbie looking to get rich quick online, forget it. You’ll waste your time and money trying to find one.
The only situation where you’ll make money fast, is if you exert a TON of effort or invest lots of money on a single venture only (not jumping between shiny objects).
As a newbie, are you willing to do that?
Two, the sales page and sales video are full of FAKES.
I noticed it right when I saw one of the testimonials in the video:
As much as I’d like to believe this man, it turns out that he’s actually selling his services on Fiverr as a spokesperson:
In other words, the guy is only ‘pretending’ that he made an extra $2,000 a week, thanks to the script he was told to recite in the testimonial video.
Now, I can confidently assume that the other testimonies follow the same pattern.
Outsourced on Fiverr (or other gig sites), handed out a script, then paid for their high-quality service.
When you learn this shocking truth, it makes you wanna’ think whether Pay It Forward System is a ‘real’ system that actually produces results.
Let alone a single success story!
Three, which is related to number two, is regarding the biz opp being only one dollar.
Do you really believe that you can make $6,000 with just $1 expense?
I don’t think so.
Because Pay It Forward System is tied to a bigger ticket product, called Super Affiliate Network.
My Super Affiliate Mentor is the same as Super Affiliate Network (observe the logo).
By the way, this check shows that it was handed out in 2011 when in fact, Super Affiliate Network got established only in 2015!
Again, it’s another lie Danielle has brought up with you.
Regardless, the unfortunate truth is you’re going to be sold higher ticket offers, priced usually by the ‘thousands’.
So even if the price tag is just $1, you’re expected to spend a lot before you can get any real training from the system.
And by then, you’ve been funneled to a completely different product that is NOT Pay It Forward System.
Bottomline: Pay It Forward System is nothing but a superficial biz opportunity. It only served as a ‘bridge’ to an even grander scheme.
Danielle was never upfront with all these in the video presentation.
And this deceptive practice makes me wanna’ tell you to avoid the program all along.
Don’t Wanna’ Spend Time on Hype? You’d Better Hear This
I know what it feels to follow hype.
Hype which excites you at first, but gives you regret later on.
And even if I knew it, I’m still being stubborn and kept spending money on it.
Well, it’s no accident.
We desire for a bigger paycheck and have it delivered in no time.
We usually don’t want to put a lot of work or invest lots of money on a money-making venture in order to see success, since we naturally want to conserve it.
After 2 years of being online and failing lots of times, I’ve come to the conclusion that we must be willing to trade something to become successful online.
Either we exert a lot of effort, or spend a lot of money (or both).
I used to spend a lot of money to find something that works, but I ran out before I realize that.
Luckily, there’s still an option for me, which is to exert more effort. And it’s perfect for those who have little to no budget.
So if I were you, I’d start avoiding the hype from this point on and start focusing on money-making methods and programs that will take you to ‘real success’.
Programs such as this one:
What are your thoughts about the Pay It Forward System? Have you already paid $1 to try it out? What can you say about it? I’d appreciate if you share it with me via a comment below.