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Inbox Dollars Review. Is it a Scam or Can You Earn a Lot?
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<p><span>Inbox Dollars is one of the first rewards site I ever came across, but what I discovered isn’t good. Let me explain if it’s a scam or not in this review and it’s updated for 2021.</span></p>
<h2><span>Quick Report on Inbox Dollars:</span></h2>
<p><span><strong>Price:</strong> Free to join.</span></p>
<h3><span><strong>Final Rating:</strong> <span><strong>2 out of 10 stars </strong></span></span></h3>
<p><strong><span>Red flag</span></strong>. The effort isn’t worth the amount you’re paid. <span>I’ve heard a lot about Inbox Dollars and like I said, I decided to explore it. I wasn’t really surprised by what I found. </span></p>
<p><span>On whether or not it’s a scam, the answer is in the grey area. On one hand you do get paid and there is “opportunity” to make money. But before you click out and go to the official page of <span><a href=””>Inbox Dollars</a></span>, let’s flip and see the other side.</span></p>
<p><span>On the other hand, the amount of time you’ll spend earning anything worthwhile isn’t just going to take you a LONG time, but you’re also going to have to spend money in several cases to actually be eligible to receive it from this place, something I am NOT happy about. </span></p>
<p><span>But rather than clump everything together, let me break down if Inbox Dollars is worth your time or not.</span></p>
<h2><span>What is Inbox Dollars?</span></h2>
<p><span>It is a site which is affiliated with multiple programs/sites and services and allows it’s members to join for free and earn money by completing online surveys (I gulp whenever I read that, <span><a href=””>here’s why I don’t like paid online surveys</a></span>), answering emails, online auctions, completing trial offers as well as trying products and services.</span></p>
<p><span>Based on what you see on the front page, they make it sound like you can make decent money doing pretty mundane things and the fact that it’s free to sign up is certainly a plus, but once I did that, I was taken to the next page and this is where my exploration made me to come the initial conclusion: That for me personally, it’s a waste of time. </span></p>
<p><span>Here is a screenshot:</span></p>
<p><span><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-2798″ src=”” alt=”inbox dollars members area” width=”600″ height=”405″ data-lazy-srcset=” 950w,×202.png 300w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px”></span></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-2798″ src=”” alt=”inbox dollars members area” width=”600″ height=”405″ srcset=” 950w,×202.png 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px”></noscript>
<p><span>Certainly it looks very colorful and there’s a lot of things to do with which you can earn money, but looking into this stuff, I came to the conclusion that the amount you get paid to do all of these things simply isn’t worth it. </span></p>
<p><span>Payouts happen every $30, but as you’re about to find out, getting to that point may be more time consuming than you think.</span></p>
<h2><span>Here’s a few examples showing why it’s so hard to make good money with Inbox Dollars:</span></h2>
<p><span>1) Notice in the “My list” tab to the right, there are 7 things to do. Completing that would take me about 5-10 minutes for which I would earn <span><strong>$0.50</strong></span>. Not really worth it in my opinion.</span></p>
<p><span>2) Then in terms of reading emails, yes you can get paid for that, but you have to read emails that are sent to you by Inbox Dollars and many of them are trial offers and/or surveys you have to complete. You get paid up to <span><strong>10 cents</strong></span> (1 cent is the least) for reading each email.</span></p>
<p><span>3) The most money you can make with Inbox Dollars comes from trying out specific things like trial offers. You can find them in your members area or via the emails you are sent from which you can directly sign up to some of these offers. </span></p>
<p><span>Now with some of these offers, you actually have to pay to become a member of. The question one may ask here is “Why would anyone pay to sign up?”. Well because if you do, you will be eligible to receive the money Inbox Dollars said you’d get. In order words, there’s a catch and this is where my biggest issue with this program comes about.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>I didn’t look through all of their trial offers, but some I found to be pretty shady. One was a Penny Auction website which was showing me a news report on how people are buying products through cheap penny auctions, but the report never said the site I was on was legitimate nor even mentioned it’s name. </span></p>
<p><span>I’ve had experiences in the past where I’ve reviewed known scam sites which used the same method of advertising where they put up a news report to give people a false connection to the site (I call them <span><a title=”Work at Home Special Report Sites Are a Scam. Beware.” href=””>work at home special report sites</a></span>), when in reality the news report was never directly related to them. It’s a sneaky marketing tactic and unless you’re experienced in spotting them, you can very likely get scammed.</span></p>
<p><span>Now I’m not sure if the Penny Auction website nor the other places I checked out were a scam, but because with some of these places I have to sign up to and pay to then actually be eligible to receive an even smaller amount from Inbox Dollars is a waste of time/money as far as I’m concerned.</span></p>
<p><span>Furthermore, there are also surveys you can take to make money. I didn’t try any of them, but I have had experience in the past before with <span><a title=”5 of The Best Paid Online Surveys. Read This Warning Though” href=””>many paid online surveys</a></span>. It was a very BAD experience and in that scenario, I came to the same conclusion as I did with Inbox Dollars: The amount you get paid is not worth the time investment.</span></p>
<p><span>Rewards sites and paid online surveys sites are pretty much the same in their results: A waste of time.</span></p>
<ul><li><span>It’s free to join.</span></li>
<li><span>You can get paid to read emails and various other things.</span></li>
<ul><li><span>Very hyped as far as I’m concerned. No way could you make a living doing this.&nbsp;</span></li>
<li><span>Some ways to make money involve you signing up and paying to try things which cost more than you’ll get rewarded.</span></li>
<li><span>Some programs look shady to me and I personally wouldn’t trust them.</span></li>
<li><span>Making money with this program simply takes too much time.</span></li>
</ul><h2><span>Final Rating: Inbox Dollars</span></h2>
<p><img class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-1422″ src=”” alt=”2 stars” width=”62″ height=”32″></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-1422″ src=”” alt=”2 stars” width=”62″ height=”32″></noscript>
<h3><strong><span>Red Flag (Avoid)</span></strong></h3>
<p><span><span><strong>2 out of 10 stars</strong></span>. It’s as close to a scam as can be in my opinion. I wouldn’t recommend it. If you want a real opportunity at making money online, <span><a href=””><span>here is my #1 recommendation, Wealthy Affiliate</span></a></span>.</span></p>
<h2><span>My final thoughts:&nbsp;</span></h2>
<p><span>I’ve reviewed other rewards programs before and after this one which were very similar to Inbox Dollars. In pretty much every instance, I found it to be a waste of time. </span></p>
<p><span>No rewards type website is ever going to offer you an amount you could make decent money on and I’m not talking about a full time income. I’m talking about&nbsp;measly&nbsp;amounts like $20. Good luck making that with Inbox Dollars or others like it&nbsp;such as <span><a href=””><span>Instant Rewards Network</span></a></span>. </span></p>
<p><span>You’ll spend a ton of time working for literally pennies in most cases. Is that really what you want?&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>I certainly wouldn’t, but are there ANY good rewards sites around? Based on what I’ve seen, I’d say no. The ONLY one I’ve thus far rated as legitimate was </span><span><a href=””><span>Swagbucks</span></a></span><span>&nbsp;</span><span>which in spite of earning you very little doesn’t involve you in anything shady like the other places I’ve seen. You literally can earn points for doing the most mundane things on the internet.</span></p>
<p><strong><span>The last word:</span></strong></p>
<p><span>If you have absolutely NOTHING to do with your time, and want to make loose change, you can try one of these sites.</span></p>
<p><span>If you are looking to make an extra income or perhaps do what I do full time which is make money online, then places like Inbox Dollars are not recommended from my point of view. Instead, <span><a href=””><span>I recommend this: Wealthy Affiliate</span></a></span>.</span></p>
<p><span>Now I’d like to hear from you. What do you think of Inbox Dollars? Have you tried it? If so, what were you results? Do you agree/disagree with my review of it? Let me know!</span></p>
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Mon, 25 Jan 2021 07:53:38 +0000 Vitaliy
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WFH Report Review. Which Scam Is it Promoting?
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<p>I do not recommend getting WFH Report and in this review, I’m going to explain why I honestly believe it to be a typical online scam.</p>
<p>I first reviewed this program in 2014 when it was a typical work at home scam, but 7 years later, in <strong>2021</strong>, I still don’t see that anything has changed specifically regarding this program or opportunity and the fact that it still has people looking it up made me revisit this article to help you understand what is going on.</p>
<h2><span>Q</span><span>uick Report on WFH Report:</span></h2>
<p><span><strong>Price:</strong> Initially free, but requires a deposit later.</span></p>
<h3><span><strong>Overall Rating:</strong> <span><strong>1 out of 10 stars (Scam)</strong></span></span></h3>
<p><span>The only thing that makes WFH Report different than the other look alike scams I’ve reviewed before is that it can’t make up it’s mind on what it’s promoting. From what I researched, it’s either the typical link posting nonsense these places keep preaching or binary options.</span></p>
<p><span>I will explain both options that are being promoted on WFH Report, but regardless of what it promotes, the end result is that in my opinion it’s a scam.&nbsp;</span></p>
<h2><span>WFH Report in a nutshell:</span></h2>
<p><span>WFT (Work from Home) Report shows the same signs of a scam as the many programs I’ve already reviewed that are like it. You are sold a lot of hype about making money doing simple things like posting links or doing binary options here. You are also sold these things on <span><a title=”Work at Home Special Report Sites Are a Scam. Beware.” href=””>fake work at home special report sites like this</a></span>.</span></p>
<p><span>They make it sound so easy. All you need is to follow some 2 or 3 steps system. The only part of this that’s true is in regards to the binary options, but that’s in terms of simplicity. When it comes to making money with this, it’s literally a gamble.&nbsp;</span></p>
<h2><span>What is WFH Report really promoting?</span></h2>
<p><span>Usually when I see sites like these, they’ll always talk about making money posting links for companies. In fact that’s exactly what it says on the sales page:</span></p>
<p><span><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-3129 size-full” src=”” alt=”WFH report link posting” width=”577″ height=”70″ data-lazy-srcset=” 577w,×36.png 300w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 577px) 100vw, 577px”></span></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-3129 size-full” src=”” alt=”WFH report link posting” width=”577″ height=”70″ srcset=” 577w,×36.png 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 577px) 100vw, 577px”></noscript>
<p><span>But then as I continued reading further, I stumbled onto this:</span></p>
<p><span><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-3130″ src=”” alt=”wfh report binary options” width=”750″ height=”68″ data-lazy-srcset=” 874w,×27.png 300w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 750px) 100vw, 750px”></span></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-3130″ src=”” alt=”wfh report binary options” width=”750″ height=”68″ srcset=” 874w,×27.png 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 750px) 100vw, 750px”></noscript>
<p><span>This text is code word for binary options (where it says Call and Put).&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>Now I know many people who read this do not know anything about link posting or binary options, but they are different so let me explain how each works:</span></p>
<h3><strong><span>1) Link Posting:</span></strong></h3>
<p><span><strong>Link posting</strong> is another word for having a website and promoting products for people/companies (<span><a title=”How Affiliate Marketing Made me $1 Million. A Complete Guide.” href=””>Affiliate marketing</a></span>). For example, if you visit a website that provides reviews on say certain phones and see links there, chances are those links are promotional links which means if you click through it and buy a product, the person who posted that link makes a commission.</span></p>
<p><span>It’s actually a very lucrative way and even legitimate way to earn money online and it’s something I personally do (<span><a title=”About Vitaliy, The Full Time Internet Marketer.” href=””>About me</a></span>). </span></p>
<p><span>However with the way it’s described in WFH Report, they make it sound much easier and make it seem like there’s little/no work involved. I already made this comparison when I reviewed a similar scam called <span><a href=””>Internet Income Commissions</a></span> which uses the same wording to sell you the program.</span></p>
<p><span>There is work involved and it does take time to make this work. It’s not a simple click, click type system. </span></p>
<ul><li><span>You need a website. </span></li>
<li><span>And you need visitors to come to that website and those visitors need to be specific visitors. </span></li>
</ul><p><span>In my example above, to make this work, you’d need people interested in phones to come to your site. It’s something that builds up overtime. In short, it’s an <span><a href=””>online business</a></span>, not a get rich quick scheme.</span></p>
<p><span>That’s the more realistic summary of it. Sadly programs like WFH Report probably don’t tell you this. And if my assumption is true based on the other programs like this one I’ve reviewed, you may also have to deal with a lot of sales calls afterwards. This is cleverly hidden in this text they put up (Screenshot):</span></p>
<p><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-3131 size-full” src=”” alt=”WFH clever wording” width=”530″ height=”333″ data-lazy-srcset=” 530w,×188.png 300w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 530px) 100vw, 530px”></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-3131 size-full” src=”” alt=”WFH clever wording” width=”530″ height=”333″ srcset=” 530w,×188.png 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 530px) 100vw, 530px”></noscript>

<h3><strong><span>2) Binary options: </span></strong></h3>
<p><span>This is the second potential thing you’re being promoted here. Remember how I mentioned earlier how it’s free access but then you need to deposit money? Well this is how programs like WFH Report get you. </span></p>
<p><span>They give you the illusion of free access to make you think you’re getting some special deal, but what this place does is affiliates itself with binary trading programs which are places that allow you to bet on stocks and which way they’ll go (up/down) by selling either the call or put option.</span></p>
<p><span>Once you enter a binary trading website, you will need to deposit money. How much really depends on the site, but from what I’ve seen reviewing them, maybe around $250 and this is to start.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>Once you sign up, the creators of WFH Report are probably going to make a huge commission of you. In fact, they’re actually practicing a form of link posting like I mentioned above. They have a website. They attract a specific audience (those interested in making money) and they promote this. The only problem is that it’s scam.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>The reason I say this is because binary options themselves are in my mind a gamble. I <span><a href=””>explain why Binary Options are scams here</a></span>, but even though it’s a gamble, the real scam are the programs which promote them, like WFH Report. They are such because there is no special offer or actually free access. You are going to have to pay.&nbsp;</span></p>
<ul><li><span>Not a single one.</span></li>
<ul><li><span>It’s either a link posting scam site or trying to get you involved with binary options.</span></li>
</ul><h2><span>Final Rating: WFH Report</span></h2>
<p><a href=””><img class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-1055″ src=”” alt=”1 star” width=”33″ height=”32″></a></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-1055″ src=”” alt=”1 star” width=”33″ height=”32″></noscript>
<h3><span><span><strong>Red Flag (Scam)</strong></span></span></h3>
<p><span><span><strong>1 out of 10 stars</strong></span>. There’s no other way to put it. It’s a scam site in my mind. <span><a href=””>Here’s my #1 recommendation, Wealthy Affiliate</a> </span>for teaching real ways to succeed online.</span></p>
<h3><span>My Final Thoughts:</span></h3>
<p><span>If you want to take anything from this review, it’s to save your money and avoid places like these. I don’t trust them.&nbsp;Whether this place is trying to get you involved with one of those link posting scam sites or binary options or maybe even both, the end result is that both are&nbsp;scams.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>Both don’t give you the full details of what it takes to succeed with it. Link posting can lead to excellent rewards, but it has to be done <span><span>properly such as the way </span><a href=””>a program like Wealthy Affiliate teaches</a> </span>and as far as I’m concerned, ethically. </span></p>
<p><span>As for binary options, you already know my view on them. They can also work, but I don’t know of any real way to get consistent results with them because they are so unpredictable.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>I can also tell you right now that places like these are very common to see on the internet, especially for those who are seeking to work from home. It’s something you should be aware of and avoid if you ever encounter them.</span></p>
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Digital Veteran Blueprint Review. 5 Things You Need to Know
<p>Digital Veteran Blueprint is a very new program I stumbled upon while looking at “what’s new” in the make money online world and I found this one on a site I frequently visit that reviews scams.</p>
<p>For those who don’t know, I do these reviews to help people find REAL opportunities and avoid bad ones since I am someone who makes money online full time (I’ll explain more below).</p>
<p>Based on what I have seen so far with Digital Veteran Blueprint, I cannot say it’s a scam, but I can tell you that it is connected to a very expensive program (OPM Wealth) and that program’s operations make me very cautious in recommending it and in this review I’ll explain what I found out.</p>
<h2>Quick Report on Digital Veteran Blueprint:</h2>
<p><strong>Creator:</strong> Joshua Snyder and Mark Wilson.<img class=”alignright wp-image-16676″ src=”” alt=”digital veteran blueprint review” width=”400″ height=”263″ data-lazy-srcset=” 1140w,×197.png 300w,×673.png 1024w,×505.png 768w,×33.png 50w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 400px) 100vw, 400px”></p><noscript><img class=”alignright wp-image-16676″ src=”” alt=”digital veteran blueprint review” width=”400″ height=”263″ srcset=” 1140w,×197.png 300w,×673.png 1024w,×505.png 768w,×33.png 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 400px) 100vw, 400px”></noscript>
<p><strong>Price:</strong> $0 but can lead to price tags anywhere from $2,000 to over $15,000 (based on one of the sites I saw which reviewed this program).</p>
<p><strong>How does it work?</strong> This program refers you to a program called OPM Wealth and that program has you go through some free content before having you schedule a call with a supposed success story of OPM Wealth and that is where I suspect the selling starts.</p>
<p>From what I have seen, this is a program that teaches you things like direct selling, high ticket selling and probably training on promoting the OPM Wealth program itself, which would explain why the creators of Digital Veteran Blueprint are doing it.</p>
<p>They are basically OPM Wealth’s affiliates.</p>
<p>There’s nothing wrong with that and I am also an affiliate marketer, but I promote things differently. What I do have a problem with is the prices of this program, and that is why the rating is low.</p>
<h3><strong>Overall rating: <span>1 out of 10 stars</span></strong></h3>
<p><strong>Recommended?</strong> No.</p>
<p>I decided to go deep enough into the program to avoid paying the high prices, because by that point (from previous experience), I pretty much knew what was next.</p>
<p>To make money online and find a legitimate business model, does not require you pay so much and considering how little I got out of the free content from OPM Wealth as well as Digital Veteran Blueprint, I didn’t trust it enough to go further.</p>
<p><strong>The big point:</strong></p>
<p>One of the reasons why this review of Digital Veteran Blueprint and subsequently <span>OPM Wealth</span> is so vague is because the whole sales funnel of both these programs is extremely vague.</p>
<p>You barely get ANY clues on what is going on, and that lack of transparency is what gives me worry about stepping deeper into the program. Any “opportunity” that is very vague or even secret is one to worry about in my experience.</p>
<p>So here is an alternative which offers a real opportunity and none of that nonsense:</p>
<p><a href=””><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-16677″ src=”” alt=”digital veteran blueprint alternative” width=”600″ height=”446″ data-lazy-srcset=” 691w,×223.png 300w,×37.png 50w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px”></a></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-16677″ src=”” alt=”digital veteran blueprint alternative” width=”600″ height=”446″ srcset=” 691w,×223.png 300w,×37.png 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px”></noscript>
<h2>5 issues I have with Digital Veteran Blueprint:</h2>
<p>These 5 reasons ultimately pushed me away from recommending OPM Wealth (which is what this program leads you into). Here they are:</p>
<h3><strong>1) I never really got the blueprint:</strong></h3>
<p><strong>First:</strong> I visited the home site of Digital Veteran Blueprint and was asked to enter an email (this is normal for these programs). I did.</p>
<p><strong>Second:</strong> This took me to a sales page from one of the owners and testimonials about how much money it’s supposed members are making. I have some suspicions about actors being in these videos, but I can’t say that for certain. One of the people showing off their check did say Mark Wilson, so I’m going to give it the benefit of the doubt</p>
<p><strong>Third:</strong> I never got an email from Joshua (one of the owners). What happened was that after the sales video, I was taken into a registration to sign up with OPM Wealth to get a free account. So I did, but I also checked my inbox, and never got anything from Joshua (I tried twice).</p>
<p>So the only thing I got from Digital Veteran Blueprint is a very hyped sales page and an entrance into OPM Wealth. Let’s move on:</p>
<h3><strong>2) The OPM Wealth site itself.</strong></h3>
<p><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-16678″ src=”” alt=”opm wealth members area” width=”650″ height=”411″ data-lazy-srcset=” 1430w,×190.png 300w,×647.png 1024w,×486.png 768w,×32.png 50w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 650px) 100vw, 650px”></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-16678″ src=”” alt=”opm wealth members area” width=”650″ height=”411″ srcset=” 1430w,×190.png 300w,×647.png 1024w,×486.png 768w,×32.png 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 650px) 100vw, 650px”></noscript>
<p>After signing up to enter the site, I was asked a few questions and entered in info. This took me to a membership page of OPM Wealth with a welcome video, a starter video and a link to talk to a motivational speaker.</p>
<p>In my personal experience, this kind of content means one thing:</p>
<p>High ticket sales calls, which in OPM Wealth’s case, they call success stories and being connected to their top tier members. Maybe it’s possible, but in my opinion, the more likely thing is you may be asked to pay a lot to really get into this program.</p>
<h3><strong>3) The cheesy sales page of OPM Wealth:&nbsp;</strong></h3>
<p><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-16679″ src=”” alt=”OPM wealth phase 1 video screenshot” width=”650″ height=”331″ data-lazy-srcset=” 1385w,×153.png 300w,×522.png 1024w,×391.png 768w,×25.png 50w” data-lazy-sizes=”(max-width: 650px) 100vw, 650px”></p><noscript><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-16679″ src=”” alt=”OPM wealth phase 1 video screenshot” width=”650″ height=”331″ srcset=” 1385w,×153.png 300w,×522.png 1024w,×391.png 768w,×25.png 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 650px) 100vw, 650px”></noscript>
<p>Before having to fill out a form to talk to my “motivational coach” and success story, I sat through a video talking about doomsday topics, such as the dollar collapse, economic turmoil and ways to hedge against it, which is where OPM Wealth comes into the picture.</p>
<p>I honestly dislike when people use fear, doubt and negativity in their sales videos to get me to join a program. I don’t argue the points made in the video, but I do not like when negativity is used to sell stuff. It basically makes people act out of fear.</p>
<p>When I make money online and I sell things as an affiliate, I do it through telling people of the potential of making an online business in topics they love, and in reality it is exactly like that.</p>
<p><strong>Update:</strong> <span><a href=””>See a review of OPM Wealth here</a></span>.</p>
<p><strong>One more update:</strong> I reviewed a program called <span><a href=””>The Prosperity Warrior</a></span> on another website I run and what I noticed is that this program also has a “veteran” promoting a high ticket program and the testimonials are very similar as the ones I saw here. It’s a strange coincidence but one I felt important to mention.</p>
<h3><strong>4) The price.</strong></h3>
<p>So the info I have about prices come from the <span><a title=”Can You Really Trust ScamXPoser’s Reviews?” href=””></a></span> website. Based on what they say, the prices of OPM Wealth can range from $2,000 to over $20,000 which is insane.</p>
<p><strong>IF this is true</strong>, then ladies and gentlemen, we are looking at your typical <span><a title=”Are High Ticket Affiliate Programs Scams? Read This Warning.” href=””>high ticket program</a></span> that starts you off at a low price, hypes you up, then does the typical, buy more and more to get more and more and to make money with the program likely involves you selling it.</p>
<p>And again, taking it back to Digital Veteran Blueprint, I’m 99% certain they are affiliates for OPM Wealth, so if I buy into the program, they’ll make a cut. It explains the big checks I saw in the sales video of Digital Veteran Blueprint (considering they are real).</p>
<h3><strong>5) I didn’t get squat for value, so they didn’t earn my trust.</strong></h3>
<p>Folks, whenever an opportunity or make money online program gives you hype and no real value, watch out.</p>
<p>In this case, what I got was hype, testimonials, a personal sign up to a program I had no clue about, a fear video about uncertain economic times to sell me something, and a potential sales call that may result in having to pay a lot.</p>
<p>Nowhere did I actually get any training, any blueprint or any reason to trust this program, and this is why I won’t recommend it.</p>
<h2>Final Rating: Digital Veteran Blueprint</h2>
<p><span><strong>1 out of 10 stars</strong></span>. All the clues I see in this program remind me of ALL the programs I’ve gone through in <span><a title=”About Vitaliy, The Full Time Internet Marketer.” href=””>my experience in trying to make money online</a></span>, paid for and experienced that have never really resulted in things I like. I know about making money online and I know it won’t cost so much to do it.</p>
<p>Contrarily, it isn’t easy either, but I’d rather you do it the right, realistic way, than through a magic pill that is pitched through Digital Veteran Blueprint (done for you, revolutionary system and other nonsense claims), and have to pay a lot for doing it.</p>
<p>Before you call me a guy who is bashing a program without trying it:</p>
<ul><li>I actually dug into it.</li>
<li>I don’t call it a scam, but I do explain my legitimate doubts (and I do believe they are legitimate).</li>
<li>I’ve gone through this experience MANY times because I’ve been in the same type of business for 15 years.</li>
<li>I make money online FULL time, and this comes after having many bad experiences.</li>
<li>I know how sales funnels like the one in Digital Veteran Blueprint flow, and this is why I see where the sales funnel is leading.</li>
</ul><h2>My final thoughts:</h2>
<p><strong>Let me summarize the following:</strong></p>
<p>1) I believe Digital Veteran Blueprint is promoting OPM Wealth.</p>
<p>2) I believe OPM Wealth MIGHT be legit, but it is expensive.</p>
<p>3) I do not trust either of these programs because neither have given me reason to.</p>
<p><strong>Contrarily, here is an example of the opposite:</strong></p>
<p>1) I promote a program whose name is <span><a title=”Wealthy Affiliate University: Why it’s my #1 Recommendation For Helping You Make Real Money Online” href=””>Wealthy Affiliate</a></span>.</p>
<p>2) Like Digital Veteran Blueprint, it is free to try.</p>
<p>3) But unlike Digital Veteran Blueprint or OPM Wealth, you get a TON of value and learning experience on making money online which is through creating websites on niche passions you have.</p>
<p>4) Unlike Digital Veteran Blueprint, I cannot promise you a revolutionary, and easy system, but I can tell you that it works, because I and so many members and <span><a title=”10 Real Wealthy Affiliate Success Stories You Have to See.” href=””>success stories of Wealthy Affiliate</a></span> use it’s training to make money consistently.</p>
<p>5) And I can also personally help you (without extra cost) within <span><a href=””>Wealthy Affiliate</a></span> which you can learn about here.</p>
<p>I’ll look deeper into OPM Wealth, but this review was more tied into Digital Veteran Blueprint. If there are any updates, I will include them here, but being very experienced in this business, I wouldn’t bank on the review changing much.</p>
<p>You can make money online with a system like <span><a href=””>Wealthy Affiliate</a></span> (and rare others). It’s free to try and nothing like what OPM Wealth charges to show you and that is really the bottom line here.</p>
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<p><strong><a href=””></a></strong> <a href=””>(Why?)</a></p> Mon, 05 Oct 2020 23:03:24 +0000 Vitaliy
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