Are you looking for a way to make money online? If you are, you’ve probably come across this product and wonder if it can really help you make money in 24 hours.
So what is the Cash Sniper? Well, it’s not what you think. And I’m so happy to see you researching it before buying. Is it a legit system, or could it be another scam? That’s a really great question!
In my review, I want to show you what you’ll get inside, how it works for you, and then give you my honest recommendation. I think it’s important to let you know what to expect. Then you can make an informed decision.
And if you’re honestly tired of weeding through all these products giving you grand promises, and would like an honest and proven system, please come and see where I learned to be successful online.
What Is The Cash Sniper?
This product claims to teach you how to make money with affiliate marketing on Amazon. The video spokesperson calls himself Ray Pickard, which we know is a pen (fake) name. The actual owner is unknown.
Let’s take a look at what you’d be getting…
Cash Sniper – $9
Inside The Member Area
Introduction – Offer to listen to John Crestani’s Webinar – $997
Cash Sniper Main Guide – 24 page PDF (Affiliate Marketing)
- Affiliate Marketing Introduction
- Choose Your Target Audience
- Metrics (Request for Offer Approval)
- Driving Traffic To Your Offer
Cash Sniper Profit Booster – 11 page PDF (Amazon Affiliate)
- Setting Up Your Site
- Product Research
- Making Your Website Grow (SEO)
- Expansion – Adsense
#1: Cash Sniper Secret Method (40 page PDF) – $197, downsell $147
- Setting Up WordPress
- Building An Email List
- Squeeze Pages
- Solo Traffic
- Facebook Ads For Affiliate Marketing
- Social Media For Affiliate Marketing
- What Is EPC?
#2: Cash Sniper X (18 page PDF) – $177
- Setting Up Your YouTube Channel
- Niche Choice
- Making Your Videos
Expected Costs Over And Above
- Domain Name – $15 per year (average)
- Website Hosting – $30 per month and up
- Keyword Research Tool – $49 per month and up
- Autoresponder (email list) – $19 per month and up
- Landing Page Creator – $37 per month and up
- Solo Ads – $$$ per month and up
Who Is This System For?
Absolutely no one! Unless you want a very brief overview of affiliate marketing for $9, haha. Just don’t expect to really learn much. And please don’t expect to make any money with this system.
The methods he talks about are real systems, and they do work. But certainly not with a five-minute set-up. These methods take a lot of set up, and hard work to become successful.
And the information you get is just an overview. There isn’t nearly enough training to get you up and running. You will need to find more practical training, as well as support, to get you going.
How Does It Work?
Let me walk you through the sales video first so that you’ll understand why these claims are unrealistic. This way, when you watch videos like this in the future, you’ll be able to pick out all the hype and lies, OK?
The Video Is Ridiculous
This starts off with a lie on the first screen, lol. He claims you’re seeing this page because you’ve received a private link. Ya sure…
It’s the link that all his affiliates use to blast email boxes with their offers, lol. Not too private!
And apparently, 57 people like you just made $100K in the past 30 days, LOL. In case you’re wondering, this is impossible if you’re just starting out.
Here are some of the many lies I saw…
Lie #1 – Fake Testimonials
The testimonials you see in the video are hired video spokespersons, from freelance sites like Fiverr. Why, you ask? Because there’s no way the owner has “real” testimonies.
To make you think this product will make you into the next “Millionaire”, he hires an actor to read a script that sounds incredible. He hopes you’ll believe everything you hear, and buy the product immediately.
Here’s my proof…
And what’s a dishonest product without it’s usual fake user review on Youtube. Notice how she never says the name of the product…
That’s because the owner hires an actress off of Fiverr, and has her read a generic script that really doesn’t tell you anything.
All he does is swap out the product logo to a different one each time he launches a new product.
Take a look at only a few of the other reviews I’ve seen her in, lol.
Lie #2 – Outrageous Income Claims
Right from the start, he tells you that 57 people like you make $100K in 30 days. Then he goes on to tell you that you could make an extra $3,500 in just 24 hours if you make the smart decision and buy today.
OK, this is absolutely ridiculous. I’m sorry. I know everyone hopes that making money online could be this simple. But it’s not, trust me. It takes time, hard work, and patience to make this kind of money.
I’m not saying it isn’t possible, because it is! But this system won’t help you do that. All it contains are some PDF’s with a general overview of the processes. No practical applications. And certainly no help.
Lie #3 – Fake Accounts
I’m always amazed at how these product creators can simply throw out a name, then show an image that looks like someone’s affiliate account. Do you know how easy it is to fake this!
Lie #4 – Unrealistic Time Frame
First, he says you can make thousands of dollars, right away, with only 5 minutes of work each day. No way!
I can personally tell you that it takes a lot of hours each day in the beginning. When you’re getting enough traffic and sales, things can start to run itself, and you don’t need to invest as much time.
This is crazy… I’m only at 2:16 minutes of an 11: 52-minute video…
Lie #5 – Hype, Hype, Hype
The owner talks about how when you’re a self-made millionaire, the world is your oyster. You can buy all the fancy cars and houses you want, and extravagant travelling.
Well sure, who wouldn’t want that! But when he says this system can provide you with that… NOPE!
Another marketing tactic is giving a made-up sob story in hopes you can relate to him. Maybe he did go through all this, but most likely not.
It goes through the usual steps…
- Something happens to his job or his health, and he’s almost ruined.
- Can no longer take care of his wife and children.
- Someone he knows shows up with an idea.
- He launches the system and makes immediate money.
- Now he’s rich and wants to help people.
Lie #6 – Scarcity Tactics
These tricks are also commonly used. He tells you that there are only so many spots available. Or it will show the country you live in and say you qualify.
The thing that made me laugh out loud is when he says you’ll have to act quickly if you want to get your hands on a copy!
When they say they only sent this offer to a few inboxes, that’s an outright lie. He wants it sent out to as many people as possible. That way there’s a chance he’ll make more money!
And I can guarantee you the offer won’t disappear.
I could go on and on here because this video is especially ridiculous, but I think you get the idea now, about how fake this all is. Now let’s look at the product itself…
The Product Is Also Ridiculous
Wow, what a disappointment!
When you get inside and click on the “Introduction” tab, all you see is an offer to view John Crestani’s webinar. Many of these kinds of low-quality products have additional offers inside.
The owner is hoping you’ll purchase it so he can make a huge commission off of you. I’ve written a review on John Crestani’s Super Affiliate System.
The next tab is the main guide itself. A whopping 24 page PDF? That’s it?
There is no way you can learn about affiliate marketing with so little an overview. The traffic section itself is only 2 pages for Pete’s sake. Trust me when I say you’ll learn very little, let alone how to actually perform the tasks.
There are no videos and no support. And the information you get inside this very short ebook is just basic. No detail, or set by step instructions. Just an overview.
The next two sections are the upsells, so beware. These are called one-click purchases, meaning if you click on the button, your credit card is automatically charged for the upsell.
And can you imagine paying $197 for a 40-page PDF, or $177 for an 18-page PDF? That’s highway robbery!
The “Booster” tab is again a short PDF, only 11 pages about being an Amazon affiliate. This gives you an overview of setting up your website with your domain name.
It then briefly talks about finding your product, writing content, and a little on SEO and Adsense.
What can I say? Other than I’m glad it’s only $9, LOL.
- 60 – day money back guarantee through ClickBetter
- Low cost
- Outrageous income claims
- Fake testimonials
- Insufficient training – just a brief overview
- The unrealistic idea of work needed
- No support (not even an email…)
Final Thoughts And Recommendations
Wow! So disappointing! I wonder what his product return rate is, lol. But for only $9, I guess it won’t break the bank.
The upsells are maddening though. He is charging hundreds of dollars, and all you get are short PDF’s. What a crook!
I’m sorry, but this kind of marketing makes me angry. There are so many people out there with no experience, yet need to find a way out of their financial troubles.
And along comes a product like this promising the moon, but only delivers… a rock? It’s so not fair to build up a person’s hopes, then to fail to deliver what they promise.
Is Cash Sniper a scam? No, but close…
Would I recommend it? No way…
I truly hope this review has shown you what to look out for in future promotions you may come across. Those of us that work in this industry can easily spot the lies, but it’s the newbies I’m most concerned for.
That’s why I write these reviews. My mission is to show everyone what to stay away from. Product owners like these make a bad name for affiliate marketing. That’s what’s so frustrating.
Online affiliate marketing is a wonderful industry to create your own passive income. And when you’re honest and offer valuable content that helps your visitors, you can build a loyal following that trusts you and purchases whatever you recommend.
Once you have access to the proper training and tools, it’s one of the easiest ways to make an online income.
Can I offer you my sincere and honest recommendation?
Please come and see where I learned everything about affiliate marketing, and where I run my business to this day. They not only offer all the training you can imagine, but they offer all the tools, services and support for one low monthly price.
My favourite part is the very large, very active community that’s integrated right into the platform. You can get answers to your questions almost immediately, 24/7, 365 days a year.
And that’s because they currently have over 1.5 million members, around the globe. There are always many members logged in at any given time of day or night!
This is a proven platform that’s been a success for 15 years. And each year they get better and better, at no additional cost to you. No surprise fees and no upsells, lol.
If you’d like to read all about it, click on the image below. When you join, I’ll greet you on the inside and help you as long as you need me to. See you soon!
Did you see the ad for Cash Sniper in your inbox or on social media? What did you think about the sales video? I’d love to hear from you.
If you have any more questions or comments, please leave them below. I’ll get right back to you.
2 thoughts on “What Is The Cash Sniper? (Review) Wow, Really Disappointing!”
Wow, you sure don’t get much with this product. They make it sound like so much more in the video.
I can’t believe all the lies in it? They use fake reviews to make you believe it’s good.
I know what you mean about the YouTube video. I saw the same one in another ad just last month. I was surprised to see it here again. Thank you for explaining.
I am not so sure I want to pay almost $1000 to watch a webinar. Seems very pricey if you ask me. I’ve seen a ton of affiliate marketing related webinars and they are usually hosted for free once you register for them.
Keep up the good work.
Hi Jessie and thanks so much for commenting.
Yes it’s quite the sham isn’t it? And so frustrating about all the lies.
I’m trying to review as many products as I can, to show people what to expect when they get inside.
I know I’m shocked sometimes, even though I expect it, lol.
Oh, and you misunderstood me about the webinar. It is free to watch, and would cost you $997 if you decided to buy.
It has nothing to do with this product. It’s just another way for the owner to make money off of you.