Welcome to my Mobile CPA Profits 2.0 review. I just saw this was being launched so I wanted to take a look to see whether it’s worth buying…
Product Name: Mobile CPA Profits 2.0
Owner: Tyler Pratt
Price: $7.95 + Upsells
My Verdict: Lies and deceptive sales tactics
What is Mobile CPA Profits 2.0?
It is a method of sending mobile users to CPA offers. What are CPA offers? CPA stands for Cost Per Aquisition. It means you get paid if you can get someone to give their contact details to a company. This often means they only have to submit their email address, for example, to be entered into a draw to win an iPad or whatever.
The advantage of this is that you don’t need to get anyone to spend any money for you to make money. You are simply being paid for providing companies with leads. Take a look at this video from the Mobile CPA Profits 2.0 website:
So mobile traffic is huge, especially on Facebook. If you can provide Facebook users with helpful content, then present them with an offer where all they need to do is enter their email address, you’re onto a winner.
Let’s take the weight loss example he mentioned here. If you can target people on Facebook who are overweight, and give them some diet or exercise tips, you’ve got their interest. Once you have their interest, they are more likely to sign up for more information, and that’s the point where you make some money.
The trick is, to earn more back in CPA commissions than you spend on the adverts.
But something’s not right about this site…
As soon as I was on the sales page, I saw a countdown timer:
It started at 40 minutes and was counting down the whole time I was on there. So they are saying that once that timer runs out, the “early bird price” will come to an end. But here’s the thing: I left that site and came back to it a while later, and the countdown timer restarted from 40 minutes again.
I also noticed this:
So they are telling me there is only 1 copy left? Well, that’s strange. I’m viewing it just before it officially launches. They are not going to have a very successful product launch if they have 0 copies left after I’ve bought one.
Once I knew the countdown timer was fake, I started hunting for other things that could be fake. My attention was drawn to the testimonials. I often like to investigate these to see if they are real. Let’s take a look at the first one:
I can tell you right now, the person in that photo is NOT called Susan Mcdonald. I did a reverse Google image search on that photo and ended up on a website called onedublin.org. She’s actually a teacher called Eugene Chou:
I hate these kinds of deceptive sales tactics
When I’m lied to, I lose all trust in a person. I don’t want to buy from them. I discovered they also have OTOs (one time offers), also known as upsells. This means that once you buy the main product, they try to get you to spend a whole load more money on additional products. The OTOs are:
- OTO 1 – Over My Shoulder Video Overview for $17.00
- OTO 2 – Done for you campaign for $27.00
- OTO 3 – One on One Coaching for $97.00
That’s an extra $141 than you were originally led to believe you would need to spend!
I can sort of understand why OTOs 2 & 3 cost extra. It is reasonable to expect to pay extra to get someone to create a campaign for you and to give you one on one coaching; but OTO 1, the “Over My Shoulder Video Overview”, should really be part of the main product.
Even so, it would be better if all these different options were displayed right on the front sale page. This would allow people to make an informed decision about how much help they need and how much they want to spend. That’s a more honest way of doing business than deceiving people by holding the additional offer back until they have already committed to the main product.
What happened when the countdown timer ran out?
So I let the countdown timer run its course. It reached zero and absolutely nothing happened. The price stayed exactly the same. I even clicked the buy button and the payment page it took me to still had the same price:
So would you want to buy from someone who lies to you? I certainly wouldn’t. I could get this product and it could turn out to be completely useless or totally different to what they said.
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
I hope you found my Mobile CPA Profits 2.0 review helpful. If there is anything I haven’t covered or you have a question, why not post it to the comments section below.
All the best,
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