Igor Kheifets has a fake podcast episode where he reveals how he went from working a toxic job, living in a dump, to making millions of dollars online using nothing but his laptop and an internet connection.
All it is is a sales pitch for his List Building Lifestyle course, which is how he really makes his millions.
No, it’s not from e-farming, like he wants you to believe.
Read on for my Virtual Money Masters review.
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The “podcast episode” has some bad actor Igor clearly hired, reading from a script, pretending to interview the great Toronto-based multimillionaire, Igor Kheifets.
In the introduction he calls Igor an Amazon bestselling author. Weird, Igor has one book on Amazon from 2019 called List Building Lifestyle: Confessions of an Email Millionaire. It’s got a Best Sellers Rank of #229,567 in the Kindle Store. Only 102 ratings. The first negative review I read said, “Basically a book bragging about his lifestyle. 0 value.”
Sounds about right.
Igor’s interpretation of “bestseller” is clearly an exercise in optimism.
The actor continues gassing him up. Igor semi-retired at 29, he says, but recently came outta retirement to help average people start earning an income through efarming, a new way of making money that’s taking the internet by storm.
Can you believe this crap?
Igor’s grip on reality is as tight as a wet noodle.
“Igor, it’s a pleasure having you on… uhhh… Virtual Money Masters,” the actor says, glancing down at his notes to double check the name of the “podcast” he’s “hosting.”
Igor tells his sob story. Born and raised in Israel. Nothing there but dirt and poverty and addiction and a toxic chemical plant Igor worked at until he discovered e-farming.
It was a way of making money he saw gurus like Tony Robbins and Bob Proctor doing.
I think Bob Proctor died, didn’t he? Boy was that guy creepy. And he was promoting get rich quick schemes right up until the very end. RIP, Bob.
Sorry, where was I?
Oh yeah, e-farming. The more Igor looked into it, the more big names he saw doing it:
- Lady Gaga
- Tyra Banks
- Jordan Belfort
- Venus Williams
- Ellen DeGeneres
- Hugh Jackman
- Barack and Michelle Obama
And on and on. What a coincidence that people you look up to do e-farming. Hell, it’s practically endorsed by Barack Obama. I’m getting my credit card out right now.
But wait, do you have to be rich and famous in order to e-farm, the actor asks, trying his best to look curious.
Actually, no, Igor says. Average, everyday people with no product, no social media following and very little startup capital can do this as well.
Igor borrowed money from his dad to hire a mentor to teach him everything there was to know about e-farming. What happened next was nothing short of mind-blowing.
“I started getting checks in the mail,” Igor says, “real checks that I could take to the bank and cash and use the money at restaurants, at the grocery store. It was unreal. And I say ‘real money’ because so many people, like my dad, who almost laughed me outta the room when I told him about this, are naysayers.”
But once Igor showed his dad that first check for $121, he apologized, admitted he was wrong, and never doubted him again.
Igor has a story for every objection. Wondering if e-farming is legit? Your favorite celebrities are doing it! No money to pay for training? Same with Igor. But he found a way! Skeptical? So was his dad. But he showed him, didn’t he?
As the months ticked by Igor was making more and more with e-farming, or so he says. He began taking bae out to nice dinners, they could travel for the first time ever, and all the while the money rolled in.
He paid off his parents’ debt, retired them early, and other things that prove he’s just a swell guy.
Igor is no smarter than you and certainly wasn’t privileged. He just had the right system. That’s why he’s successful.
Now he wants to sell that same system to you. So you can do spammy email marketing that won’t make you any money unless you create a fake podcast to promote a dinosaur business model under a flashy new name and make it sound way better than it actually is and charge thousands of dollars for it.