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Elite Side Hustle System Review (Christian Evans)


Christian D Evans wants to give you a positively unfair advantage. This advantage will make you a top earning side hustler and business owner inside of 90 days. Yes, even if you’ve tried it all before and nothing has worked. Is he legit? What would you actually be selling? Scroll down for my Elite Side Hustle review.

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Christian offers to build you your own digital side hustle in the next 10 days. He’ll do all the tech stuff. Even close your leads for you. As a result, you’ll get sales each and every week. On top of that, he’ll invest $500 of his own money to get the ball rolling. From there, he’ll mentor you, answer your questions, and help you build this side hustle into a full-fledged business.

Skeptical? Don’t be, Christian says. He’s been featured on numerous side hustle podcasts. He’s been trained by successful businesspeople with a combined net worth of one billion dollars. And he’s already helped countless families just like yours to create passive income online. He can do the same for you, assuming you’re coachable, hardworking, and highly-motivated.

Christian’s all new Elite Side Hustle program is a shortcut to the life you’ve always wanted. You’ll piggyback off of his current six figure business, but everything will be set up under your name. You’ll get copy-paste Facebook ads. A high-converting video presentation. Again, five hundred in ad spend. And they’ll hop on the phone with your prospects and close them for you. Soon you’ll be making between $2,000 and $5,000 per month completely hands-free. It’ll only snowball from there.

Christian And Natalie Evans

If that sounds swell, Christian asks you to book a Game Plan Session (otherwise known as a sales call) with his team. No mention of what his Elite Side Hustle System costs. Which is the first of many red flags. Like, why is he so vague? What is the business? What are the products? Why would he come out of pocket to help you get your first few sales? And do your sales calls? And mentor you 1-on-1 thereafter? Clearly, there’s something in it for him. But what?

If I had to guess, Christian D Evans is probably a network marketer trying to trick you into joining his downline. He can’t be transparent about what he does because no one would be interested. So he has to disguise it under something more appealing. And what better than a done-for-you side hustle? Who wouldn’t want that? Especially when he assures you you’ll be making money fast?

It doesn’t pass the litmus test: Why do everything for you and front your ad spend? The offer is too good to be true. If Christian was selling a course that taught you his proven side hustle and you had to go out and execute each step yourself, that I would understand. But to give you all the assets, hand you $500 in ad spend, and suffer through horrendous sales calls on your behalf? C’mon. Elite Side Hustle is you pushing Christian closer to the top of the pyramid while your buy-in builds out the base. No thanks.

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