Adam Holland knows a way to make fifteen hundred, five thousand, even sixteen thousand dollars a day. And the best part is, you don’t have to build a website or do anything techie. You don’t have to be a marketing expert. You don’t need to do any telling or selling. You don’t even need to talk to anyone. What’s even crazier is that you don’t even have to use your own money to get started. Skeptical? You should be. Scroll down for my Adam Holland review.
Last year alone, Adam’s business, Adam Holland Marketing Inc., had a gross profit of $554,000. He’s been making bank like this for more than a decade now. It’s all done online so he’s free to spend quality time with his family, travel, meet up with friends, try new adventures, and live life to the fullest. He’s not the only one. His YouTube ads show other ordinary people winning with his system.
Why not join them? Adam reveals all the juicy details and necessary steps in his free guide, Fast Start Side Hustle. Or is it Social Media Success System? I get confused because each of his YouTube ads takes you to a different URL with the same eBook (the one where the front cover is a photo of Adam leaning up against a very basic-looking Lexus); it just has a new title each time. Suspicious, right?
Either way, if you click-through and enter your email, he’ll tell you how to get some of those mouthwatering checks in the mail yourself. “But I’m only going to be giving this away for free for a very short time,” Adam bluffs, “so don’t walk, run and grab yourself a copy right now by clicking on the button somewhere around this video.” Spoiler alert: don’t bother.
It leads to the same pyramid scheme I’ve already exposed. Numerous times. These predators like Adam want you to think the business is actually called Fast Start Side Hustle or Social Media Success System or whatever he comes up with next. This way, when you search for reviews, you don’t run into anything negative. Until now I guess. But they’ve factored that in. Which is why Adam has rebranded his bait (the free report) numerous times already. When one gets exposed, he’ll shut that ad off and run traffic to the next.
Regardless of what it’s called when you see it, or which supposed seven figure earner’s promoting it, you’ll end up on The World’s Sketchiest Page. You’ll know when you’ve arrived. You’ll see big read headlines. Yellow highlighter everywhere. Bolded buzzwords like “secret formula,” “high profit,” and “action-taker bonuses.” There will be talk of making “five or even six figures a month from home” as a “lifestyle entrepreneur.” You’ll see commission checks and a very vague description of how it all works. Something about a Coach Marc, your new millionaire mentor.
But hurry! If you don’t act within 48 hours (wink, wink) you could miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity. One that, oh by the way, will cost you $21,847 to join at the highest level. Which conveniently qualifies you to earn the most per sale once you’re in. What would you be selling though? Exactly. They hardly mention it. “Digital products” or something. It doesn’t matter. “Doing nothing but buying in, then walking to the mailbox to find four- and five-figure checks with your name on it” is what you’re really selling. And based on all these ads I’m seeing, it sells well. Sigh.
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