Last night as I was watching some TV, I came across an infomercial for Jeff Paul and his Internet money-making program called, "Short Cuts to Internet Millions." After watching the infomercial and remembering my experience in sales as a business consultant and an experienced Internet marketer, I thought it would only be fair to conduct a review on Paul's program to help you make a decision. First of all, Jeff Paul is advertising his, "Short Cuts to Internet Millions," program for a one-time payment of only $39.95 USD.
Do you really think that a $40 investment is going to make you a millionaire? I didn't call the number and I haven't ordered the program but I am pretty sure his program is just an effective way to generate leads for his telemarketers to call and up-sale you for a $5,000 to $10,000 investment for coaching or other related products. Why do I think this? I used to work as a business consultant, which is just a nice way of saying, telemarketer. I would call people who had recently ordered a $50 package about making money in real estate foreclosures or an e-bay type online store.
When I called the $50 package buyers, I would run them through a 'qualification' process and try to up-sale them to invest $5,000 to $10,000 for coaching. As far as I know, the coaching we sold was of high-quality instruction and I was thinking about investing my own money into the coaching myself for a time-period. However, switching the focus back to Paul, I don't know whether Jeff Paul's coaching is good or bad. But at least I know I can give you a head's up of what to expect after you order the "Short Cuts to Internet Millions" program. And you now know, that $39.95 is probably not going to teach you how to make millions.
The other thing I noticed is the two well-endowed girls who host the infomercial keep talking about the 10, '3 clicks to cash' website businesses you receive for the $39.95 but say nothing on how you are going to drive highly targeted prospects to your websites. 10 websites is fine and dandy but they are not going to make you any money until you know how to get people to your websites. Not once during the infomercial does Paul or his co-hosts talk about the strategies or the ways that he will teach you how to produce traffic. Granted, he doesn't want to give away any valuable information for free, but at the same time, if he really had a proven system for making money online, he would provide you with some general information that would lead you to understand the specifics of what will be revealed after you purchase the program. In my opinion, without actually purchasing the program but purely based on my own life experiences, Jeff Paul's "Short Cuts to Internet Millions" is probably basic information designed to get you excited and then hopefully want you to spend more money on more costly related products or coaching.
If what I just described as my opinionated review is true, then I am speaking out and voicing my displeasure about these somewhat deceptive sales practices that mislead you to believe you are going to be getting something very different than what is initially portrayed to you. But make sure as you continue your quest for financial freedom by building a successful business, to keep a good positive attitude and a smart and strong work ethic and it is just a matter of time before you will begin to achieve your financial goals in whatever business opportunities you decide to pursue.
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