Paid to Send Email, Scam or Legit? What You Should Know
Paid to Send Email claims to be an easy way to make money online. But should you really trust this place or is Paid to Send Email a scam? This questions is a good one to ask because this program does come off a little over the top and is very suspicious to me.
I came across this program from an email that I received promoting it. I clicked on the email and did a little investigating into it and in this short review I’ll be going over some important things I found that you should know. Things that they don’t tell you.
Paid to Send Email Review
- Price: $27
- Creator: Could not find this out
- Recommended?: No; more on this
Its no wonder you decided to do a little extra research and came across my review… Paid to Send Email comes across as very scammy. In the promotional video that I watched they claim you can start earning good money within a week by doing something as simple as sending out emails. They even claim that you can make as much as $400 to $500 per day doing this.
The icing on the cake was that you only have to work 30 minutes per day to make this a reality.
As the saying goes… “if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is”. This is a saying that seems to be true more times than not. I just reviewed 2 recent scams (Modern Money Team & Secret Income Formula) and they are all the same…they sound too good to be true and they turn out to be exactly that.
Once you see some of theses lies you will realize that this program really is too good to be true… meaning it isn’t true. The bottom line here is that you just can’t trust this place because of the blatant lies that they throw in your face.
The first thing that I want to go over here is the testimonial videos that they show.
#1 – Testimonials
If you watched the promotional video for Paid to Send Email then you would have seen a bunch of testimonials of people ranting and raving about how great this program is and how easy you can make money with it.
Testimonials are important when it comes to finding out the legitimacy of a program. However…. these are all fake testimonials… completely fake and I’ll prove it.
Below is a screenshot from the promo video for Paid to Send Email….
This lady is talking all about how great this system is and she does a pretty good job at acting… but that’s just it… she is an actor. She is getting paid to say these good things about the program.
How do I know? Well because you can find here on Fiverr.com, where anyone can hire her to do a testimonial for their product. Below is a picture of her from Fiver…
And all of the other testimonials are fake as well but I think proving that one is fake gets the point across enough.
#2 – The Disclaimer
Before you buy into a program it is always important to read the disclaimer. Usually this is shown at the bottom of the sales page and it gives you the truth.
You might be surprised to see the disclaimer from Paid to Send Email. Here is a screenshot…
As you can see they literally say that “The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system”
This is how they can get away with scams like this. They can tell you all the lies they want to in the sales video but as long as they tell you the truth in the disclaimer they are good to go. In this disclaimer they are basically telling you “hey everything you saw in the sales video was a lie. Its not going to be easy to make money and most people don’t make any.”
You Can Make Money But You Probably Won’t
The method to making money online that they are promoting with this program is called email marketing. This is when you capture people’s emails, make an email list, and email them promoting products which you will then earn money off of.
This is a legit business model and people do make big money off of doing this. However… its just not going to work out like they say with this program.
This program is geared towards the whole “get rich quick” thing and these types of programs never work out.
Whats going to happen when you buy into this program is you will be provided with some training on how to go about working this method but it isn’t going to be enough. You will be inclined to purchase more and will likely buy into the upsells that they provide you with.
Final Thoughts & What I Recommend
Paid to Send Email is just not a legitimate program. The people behind it are in it for nothing more than the money and use deceptive tactics to get people to buy into it. They lead you on making it seem like the greatest program to ever exist.
But this is nothing new here folks. Email marketing has been around for ages and it ain’t easy. If it were everyone would be doing it.
This program is not something I recommend by any means.
What I will recommend however is that you take a look at how I make money online. I actually make a living working online for myself and I enjoy what I do.
I wrote an entire post on what it is that I do, how it all works, and how others can get started doing the same. You can read more about it Here if you are interested.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please leave them in the comment section below and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂