5 Figure Day
Overall Ranking: Bad
Price: $47 per month
Owners: Bryan Winters
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What their Website Claims
Well, there isn’t much text on the first page of their website. There is the following dramatic headline:
But above that is a video which automatically plays when you land on the site. I watched it so that you don’t have to and here’s what he claims 5 Figure Day will give you:
- Get over 6 million visitors and 100,000 leads in just 9 months.
- Earn $144,595 in profit in 10 months
- Other ways he puts this is:
- 1,000 people signing up per day
- $1,258 profit in 2 weeks
- Up to $800 per day
- Up to $10,000 paid every 2 weeks
- Those numbers are all over the place and don’t tie up at all.
Apparently, this is a weird free giveaway trick that nobody has ever heard of, and it provides you with free traffic. This sounds a bit too good to be true for my liking. So, is there any more information on exactly what this method is? Yes…
Here’s what you get with 5 Figure Day:
- You receive a live and ready to use 5FigureDay website.
- This website gets people to join a free system for building an email list.
- These people will build your list for you at the same time and promote products tagged with your affiliate links.
- If that free member decides to upgrade to 5FigureDay Unleashed at any time, you earn a monthly commission.
Apparently this is a “never seen before traffic forwarding technology” which:
- Will provide continuous leads and commissions on autopilot like never before.
- Leverages the work of others.
Problems I have with it at this point are:
- You still need to drive people to your 5FigureDay website or nothing will happen.
- It sounds suspiciously like a pyramid scheme to me. Refer people who will refer more people to the same system.
- It sounds too good to be true.
How to Tell if Something is a Scam
It’s very easy to get taken in by “make money online” sites that promise you the Earth but then just don’t deliver. However, once you have seen a bunch of these scams you start to notice the signs that can indicate that it might be a bit shit.
However, occasionally you might come across one that is genuine and will actually help you make long-term money online. These are very rare but they do exist.
For more information, see my article about how to spot a scam. Alternatively, you can follow along with me as I assess 5 Figure Day to see whether it is likely to be a scam or not…
What factors would indicate that it is genuine?
- Does it sound realistic? – No. They are making it sound like some wonderful loophole that you’ve never seen before. This should be your first alarm bell.
- Do they admit it requires work? – Not really. Whilst they admit that it is not just a “click a button and forget it system”, they are saying that once it is set up it is an automated way of generating money. They say that you still need to drive traffic to your 5FigureDay website, but once you’ve done that you can sit back and let other people do the work for you. Sounds too good to be true for me.
- Do they sound genuine? – I’m not sure. It’s hard to tell. While there isn’t a video of him talking to the camera, he doesn’t sound as fake as some of the ones I’ve seen.
- Can you take a look inside? – No. The video doesn’t actually show you what you will be getting once you’ve paid up.
- Is there a free trial? – Almost. You can can get it for $1 for the first month. Although he will catch many people out with this because they will forget and accidentally end up paying the 2nd month, people who are on their guard like you will be able to try it out and then quit if they don’t like it.
Positive signs score: 44%
What factors would indicate that it is a scam?
- Does it sound too good to be true? – Yes, it really does! I’ve never heard of anything like this before in my life. This is nothing like a normal way to earn money online.
- Do they say you’ll get rich quickly? – Yes, they say you are likely to earn $144,595 in profit in 10 months, which is quite a lot really. I would consider myself pretty rich if I managed to earn that.
- Are they secretive about how the money is made? – Actually, no. He does explain in the video how it works. He’s not being totally secretive.
- Do they claim it’s never been seen before? – Yes, he says it’s a “weird trick” that nobody has heard of before.
- Does the video seem fake? – I’m not sure about this one. It doesn’t seem as fake as some of them I have seen, but it doesn’t seem completely genuine either.
- Do they claim it doesn’t require work? – Yes, he says you will generate income on autopilot because other people will be doing the work for you.
Negative signs score: 75%
Is 5 Figure Day a Scam?
After looking at the positive signs, coming up with a score for that, then looking at the negative signs and coming up with a score for that too, I have combined them both into an average score. This gives us an overall indication of how likely 5 Figure Day is to be a scam:
66% chance of being a scam
Probably not worth it
Is There an Alternative?
Instead of chasing after “shiny objects” like this that promise you will make money quickly and easily but rarely live up to that promise, why don’t you build a great website that earns you money? If you are new to making money online, I can guide you through the process. CLICK HERE to get started
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