Welcome to my Operation 10k review. I saw this was just about to be relaunched, so I thought I would take a look to see whether it’s worth buying…
Product Name: Operation 10k
Owners: Matthew Neer and Desmond Ong
Price: $19 + Upsells + Monthly Membership
My Verdict: Not recommended
What is Operation 10k?
Take a look at this video review of Operation 10k from when it was previously launched earlier this year:
So it’s all about product creation…
It’s true that creating a product and getting other people to sell it for you is a valid way to make a lot of money, as long as you do it right.
You see, when it comes to making money online, there are two main ways you can do it. You can be an affiliate and make money promoting someone else’s product, or you can be a product creator and get other people to promote your product as affiliates. The advantage of being an affiliate is that you don’t need to create a product, but the advantage of creating your own product is that other people will do the selling for you.
Watch out for the upsells
I appreciate the guy in the video showed the funnel with the upsells, also known as OTOs (One Time Offers). This is an earlier version of Operation 10k, though, released earlier in the year. According to the information I have, the sales funnel has now changed and the upsells are as follows:
So you’re going to be paying just $19 for the main product. You can stop there or you can continue to buy the other 3 products. I’m not sure what OTOs 1 & 2 are, but if you buy both of them in addition to the main product, you will end up spending $107. Whatever they are, it’s a shame they are not part of the main product. It would be much simpler that way.
Finally, the 3rd OTO is a monthly membership, which will cost you $17 per month. I can appreciate that being part of an inclusive club will make the whole process a lot easier. You will presumably get access to regular help and guidance.
Who are Matthew Neer and Desmond Ong?
I often like to find out who the product owners are, to try to establish whether they can be trusted. So I did a bit of digging…
He is an established internet marketer, having been a member of the Warrior Forum since 2010. He’s started 41 threads there, and here is a screenshot showing some of them:
But I’m worried that he has previously partnered with Jamie Lewis:
Who is Jamie Lewis?
He is a very successful internet marketer who has become very rich creating various money making products over the years. I first heard about him years ago with the Copy N Profit system. I never actually bought that, but I did sign up to his Profit Miracle which turned out to be a waste of time and money. I also ended up getting a phone call from his team trying to get me to buy even more stuff from them.
He’s a very funny guy – check out his YouTube channel – and it’s clear he’s very successful. I wouldn’t trust him, though. So I wouldn’t trust someone who has done business with him either.
He’s even more experienced, having been a member of the Warrior Forum since 2008:
He’s started 145 threads on there, many of them money making products in the Warrior Special Offers and Warrior Joint Ventures sections. So he’s something of a serial product creator. That in itself doesn’t necessarily mean his products are not worth buying. It just means he’s an opportunist who grabs every opportunity to make a whole load of money.
But it does make me wonder, how successful are the methods taught in each of his products if he has to keep creating new products? Surely it would be a better sign if he had created fewer products which were super effective. That way he could just make money from the methods taught in his products rather than always creating new products to make money.
It sort of all makes sense…or does it?
This shines some light on what will probably be taught in Operation 10k. He’s going to show you how you can make loads of money by creating products that show other people how to make money. And that’s the real irony. The best way to make money is actually to show other people how to make money, which is what he shows in Operation 10k. This is getting complicated. My head is spinning.
So the methods taught in Operation 10k probably do work just fine. It just depends whether you want to earn money by pretending to show other people how to earn money. If you’re fine with that, I’d say go for it. Actually, no, don’t do it. The web is full of enough of this kind of nonsense already.
I hope you found my Operation 10k review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, feel free to post them in the comments section below. I will reply as soon as I can.
All the best,