Daily Web Biz Review- Don’t Fall For This Scam!
If you have been contacted by people trying to sell you on this Daily Web Biz scam DON’T FALL FOR IT! In this review I’ll expose it for what it is, and that is a scam, no doubt about it.
If hope you haven’t fallen for it already because you will absolutely NOT make money like they say you will. They feed you a bunch of crap and sweet talk you to try to get you to buy into it, but its all lies. Making $379 a day like they say you will is extremely far from the truth.
Anyway, let me just get into this review and expose this scam..
Daily Web Biz Review
- Website: dailywebbiz.com/earnwealth
- Price: $97 + upsells
- Rating: 1.5/10 (Scam for sure, I am very familiar with this one. They lie right to your face. You will not make money like they tell you that you will)
To start out this review I’m first want to show you some blatant lies that they try to pull over on you in order to gain credibility. Its important to point these out because many people probably won’t catch them.
Lies…They Haven’t Been Featured In The News
On their website they say “as featured on:” and go on to list a bunch of news station logos at the top of the page. This is to try to gain credibility in the minds of their visitors. Because if they have been on the news this means they are obviously well known and popular.
There is no doubt that being featured on the news would be great for any business. The problem here is that THIS IS A LIE and they have NOT been on the news. Its not that hard to prove this one. You can go to any of these news stations’ websites, Fox News, USA Today, ABC, CNN, and you won’t find a single thing about Daily Web Biz.
And if you actually enter your email address and name you are taken to another page that features a news broadcast video that is fake as well. I can’t actually prove that this is fake, but I will say that it is extremely easy to pay someone to fake a news broadcast. If you go to Fiverr.com you can find people that literally do this for a living, faking testimonials, broadcasts, and more.
And the lies don’t end there. Even the person who allegedly wrote their sales page is a fabrication.
Lies.. Cami White Is NOT Real!
If you entered your email address and name and signed up for Daily Web Biz you would have been taken to the main sales page. This page is allegedly written by a woman who was once struggling to make ends meet, and now she makes a fortune online. Here name is “Cami White”.
The problem here is that this is all fabricated and she is NOT REAL.
How do I know???
Well it wasn’t difficult to find out. All I did was a reverse image search on Google of her picture and I found that this is not a real image, its a stock photo from ShutterStock. This means that anyone can buy this picture and use it in any way they please. And that is exactly what the scammers who created this scam did. Take a look below…
All they did was ad an image to this lady’s computer screen that says Daily Cash Biz to try to make it seem more legitimate. But its not.
How You Make Money With The Daily Web Biz Program
Ok, so with this program you do actually get some training. And the business model that it is built around is 100% legitimate. Its called affiliate marketing and I am very familiar with it. This is actually how I make a full-time income online.
Affiliate marketing is when you promote products for companies and get paid commission for each person you refer and make a sale from. All the big companies have affiliate programs, Apple, Microsoft, Walmart, Amazon, you name it. Its definitely a legit and great way to make money online.
But my problem is with how they lie to you about it. They make it sound like the easiest thing ever. They tell you that all you have to do is go around posting links and its just that simple. They even say that for every link you post you will get $15, which is so UNTRUE.
There are so many variables that go into how much money you can make from one link. You can literally make thousands of dollars from one single link. But the overwhelming majority of the time you won’t make anything remotely close to that. And many times you won’t make a penny. Its ridiculous that they put a fixed price on a single link. You can’t know that.
Their Training Just Isn’t Going To Work Out
Spamming links everywhere just won’t work. It just won’t. If it were that easy everyone would be doing it. The truth is that it does take hard work to be successful at affiliate marketing.
The training they provide is based around this spamming technique which definitely isn’t worth it.
Making $379 per day doing this is so far from the truth its not even funny. You will be lucky making $10 a day doing what they are teaching you here.
Final Thoughts…Is Daily Web Biz a Scam?
Based on the way they tell you that you can make money alone I would say that this place is a scam. They know darn well that you won’t be making anywhere close to $379 a day doing this. They just tell you what anyone wants to hear.. that you can make a lot of money doing just about nothing.
On top of that they lie right to your face, saying that they have been on the news when I just proved that they have not. And they lie about “Cami White” who has a fake picture and doesn’t even exist.
And one thing that I didn’t mention is that there are a lot of other sites that are virtually identical to Daily Web Biz. Its likely one scammer that just keeps creating new scam sites. I have done reviews on many of the other similar scams such as Home Jobs Today, Home Income Course, Paydays at Home, Ultimate Home Profits, and there are probably more that I can’t think of. But all of these are the same as Daily Web Biz except that they changed a few images and such.
As far as I see it Daily Web Biz is a scam all the way. Do yourself a favor and stay away from them.