Eric Louviere’s been selling biz opps since you could smoke on planes. His latest offer is called Clone My Agency or Side Hustle Steps, depending on which funnel you go through. “I’ve produced tens of millions of dollars online,” he says in the pitch video, filmed in his car, of course. “I know what I’m doing, okay? I know what people need to do to make money online. I know the steps they need to take and what needs done to make a 6-figure or even a 7-figure income.”
Rick Pino looks more like Jack Black than Jack Black. But anyways, Rick and his team spent an entire year building out an online coaching platform called Worship Coach. “It’s a platform we put together,” he explains, “that can help maximize your potential as a worshiper. The value you’re gonna get from this site is incredible. I wish something like this was available when I started leading worship over 20 years ago.” Read on for my review.
Earnest Epps, from MyEcomCoach.com, runs a monthly membership site called eCom Masters Club. “It’s full of people just like yourself that’s looking to start, grow or scale their ecommerce business, right?” he says in the overview video. “And you might be wondering how I can cover all those areas in one single program at a ridiculous rate. First and foremost, we have over 50+ trainings covering all the different areas of running a successful business online.”
Aidan Booth has been selling make money online courses since Missy Elliott first told me to go, get my freak on. His latest offer, The Lifestyle Blueprint, is a fast, easy, beginner-friendly way to make loads of money with ecommerce. In the first five minutes of his presentation, he used just about every phrase that triggers me. Simple three-step system. Secret traffic source. Amazing discovery. Little-known this, breakthrough new marketplace that.
Chad Kodary is the founder of Social Agency, which provides digital marketing services to small businesses, and DashClicks, a software you can white label to launch and grow your own digital marketing agency. You don’t need experience, a huge team, or a ton of cash or time. And you can be up and running in the next 24-hours. Is this legit or just a slick way for Chad to get you to sign up for his Dash Clicks platform? Read on for my review.
Booming Bookkeeping Business founder Bill Von Fumetti, CPA, says if you’re not making at least $158k per year, you need his $2,000 course. In it, he’ll teach you how to use a free program called QuickBooks to earn 6-figures as a remote bookkeeper. It’s easy to learn. No degree or experience required. And, contrary to what you might think, you don’t need to be a math nerd to succeed with this. He’s already helped 3,000+ people launch their bookkeeping business.
Valuetainment founder Patrick Bet-David jokingly points out: There’s only two people willing to give a 17-year-old a $100,000 loan. One is a loan shark. The other kinda sorta works for the government. Her name is Sallie Mae and she’ll hand out a student loan to pretty much anyone. Now think about that. The average 17-year-old has little to no work experience, no assets, no credit history, no money saved up. Is that someone who should be given 6-figures?
Adam Holland promotes this mysterious Fast Start Side Hustle, where you plug into a proven system and start earning high-ticket commissions without doing a whole lot. He just did an interview with one of his FSSH students, Julia Lindley. Let’s hear what she had to say about working with Adam. Like can she shed any light on the business model itself? What does she actually do? What are they selling? How much has she made? Profited, after ads?
Ernie Pavan, Kelly Oswin and Laura Cargill Slinn can show you how to create a 6-week, $3,500 coaching program “that will give anyone a breakthrough.” Something about using “ethical influence” to go from mediocre results to “normalizing miracles” through your mentoring. So who’s ready to effortlessly sell some high-ticket coaching and become a top 5% earner? Or is the Avalon Empowerment team full of crap? Read on for my Evolved NLP review.
Karma finally caught up to Kevin David. The Federal Trade Commission just dropped the hammer, nails and Phillips screwdriver on Kevin and his business partner David Arnett, and their company DK Automation. For years now, they’ve been duping people into super expensive moneymaking schemes. Done-for-you Amazon stores, business coaching, and more recently, crypto. Give us tens of thousands of dollars, sit back and do nothing, and collect passive income, Kevin said in ad after ad.
Bulletproof Entrepreneur John Whiting predicts a looming crisis that 99% of business owners aren’t ready for. Like it or not, you and me and John are all about to go to war. Our freedoms are being threatened. Our minds are being filled with fear, doubt and uncertainty. Good thing John’s built not one but two multiple 7-figure businesses in the past few years, so he can guide us through the coming turbulence. Read on for my review.
Ideal Car Strategies isn’t just a course. It’s a private club that provides countless tools and resources to help you shift how you look at buying, enjoying and selling ideal cars. Whether it’s your first dream car or you’ve already got a fleet and you’re open to learning new strategies for wheeling and dealing on your next piece of automotive eye candy, this has your name on it. And considering the average enthusiast will own over 17 cars in their lifetime, this investment will pay for itself many times over.
Cody Winn, who sometimes goes by Cody Clay, wants you to know that his Amazon automation service is different. It’s not a course or a coaching program or a mastermind. He’s not trying to teach you anything; he’s here to do the work for you, in exchange for a 70/30 split of the profits in your favor. He guarantees you’ll get results and your store will never get shut down. That’s big… considering 90% of the competition, he estimates, ends up getting their clients banned.
This bearded bro is Chad Peterson, CEO and founder of Peterson Acquisitions. In his latest Facebook ad, he asks you to join him for a 1-hour call that he believes will be eye-opening for you. He’s got a wealth building system for the self-employed. It’s called Quantum Stack Investing, or QSI for short. As the name implies, it’ll help you take quantum leaps in income while stacking the odds in your favor, reducing risk, and setting yourself up for retirement.
Hugh Jones believes it’s entirely possible to buy apartments, even if you’re brand new and don’t have money or credit. Hugh would know. He’s been buying up 12- to 72-unit complexes since 2008, all using other people’s money. If a guy who grew up dirt poor and barely graduated high school and got kicked out of college and then fired from his first few jobs can do this? Maybe you can as well. Here’s what you need to know. Read on for my review.