Project Commissions Review – Scam or Legit?
- Name: Project Commissions
- Owner: Nick Marks
- Website: projectcommissions.com
- Rating: 3/10 (Some value; lots of upsells; overall seems decent)
In this Project Commissions review I’ll be going over what you need to know before you sign up. I do think there is some trickery involved to try to get people to sign up that you need to be aware of. You could say that Project Commissions shows some scam-like behavior.
The first thing I want to go over is the upsells with this product.
Just When You Thought You Paid For Everything – UPSELL!
No one likes an upsell. Its a common technique used by many marketers. They suck you in with a low price for their product. But then you soon find out that you need to buy more products from them in order to be successful.
There are plenty of businesses that do this, and its doesn’t mean its a scam, but its a form of scam-like trickery.
At Project Commissions there are 3 upsells, Yes 3 of them! which include:
- Upsell #1 – Done for you campaigns
- Upsell #2 – Learn other traffic methods
- Upsell #3 – Personal mentoring
All of these upsells do have some good value. But still, they are upsells that you were not aware of when you first signed up at Project Commissions.
“Top Secret” Free Traffic Method
It seems like everyone has some “secret” traffic method these days. And at Project Commissions its about as good as I’ve ever heard.
They say that you will be making money within 24 hours from signup.
What method do they teach? SEO.
And I know that normally SEO takes a lot longer than 24 hours to see effects from. But thats if you are using SEO for your own website.
Here they teach you how to make Youtube videos and get them to rank in the search engines, which is relatively easy to do nowadays.
Then they teach you how to put your affiliate links in there and get commissions.
This method is becoming increasingly popular because it is becoming increasingly effective. Google and other search engines are giving Youtube videos a lot of authority in their search rankings. It doesn’t take long to rank.
Some Red Flags That I Came Across
Besides the upsells and the “secret” free traffic technique there are other red flags that are commonly used with scams, but these don’t necessarily mean that Project Commissions is a scam. I just want to bring them up.
Dates Don’t Make Sense
If you read down near the bottom of the homepage at Project Commission you will see where it mentions students who have went through this program in the past.
But this doesn’t make sense that students have went through this program in the past, because this program just came out.
I did a whois search of the projectcommissions.com domain and found that this domain has only been registered for about a month and a half.
And there are not any old reviews at this point from people who have went through this program.
Its possible that it used to have a different name? Sure it is. But its worth mentioning.
Timer That Doesn’t Work
The timer that appears at the top of the website says that you only have certain amount of time to claim Project Commission at a discounted price.
But the problem is that it doesn’t work. As you can see above it says that I have 1 hour and 43 minutes left. I left my computer on all night and when I when back on it was telling me that I now had 11 hours and some odd minutes left. It ran out and then reset.
This is just an attempt to get people to sign up quickly. Because whenever you make something urgent like this people are more likely to sign up, rather than take a moment and think more about what they are going to do.
They say that you have to buy Project Commissions right now for $6.27, because the price will go up with every sale. But I don’t believe this.
It was $6.27 yesterday and its still the same today. It could be true if no one is buying it, but it probably isn’t, and I’ve seen this exact technique before (with 250K Freedom Class).
$6.27 isn’t much money. But if you want to save more you can always try to exit out of the page. And when you do you will get a popup for another discount. This time you can get Project Commissions for only $4.95.
And there are more small red flags that I came across that I’m not going to bother going over.
So is Project Commissions a SCAM?
I don’t believe it is a “straight up” scam, but I do see a lot of misleading information that is used as a sneaky way to get people to buy this product.
For example, while you may be able to get to $200+ a day using the methods taught here, it won’t be happening anytime too soon. And certainly not in 24 hours. Youtube marketing is good but its not a miracle.
I wouldn’t say not to buy Project Commissions because I think there is some valuable information here, but I would say to be a little more patient as far as expectations go.
If you do want to try out Project Commissions then I suggest you try to exit out of the page, that way you can get the added discount that I went over.