Welcome to my Swipe Vault review. I heard that this was a really great shortcut way to find out how to make money online, but I just can’t make my mind up about it…
Product Name: Swipe Vault
Overall Ranking: Okay
Price: $97 or $197 per month
Owners: Chris Luck
First of All – Who is Chris Luck?
According to his website ChrisLuck.com, he creates businesses and has been doing so since 1999. His main areas of business are in technology and education, and he has made in excess of $25 million.
So, it looks like he’s rich and he’s been around a while. But what do other people have to say about him?
Well, apparently he did affiliate marketing up until 2007, then decided he wanted to help other people with their affiliate marketing. He set up LuckLeague.com to help others in their quest to make a lot of money online.
What the Swipe Vault Website Claims
Well, to start with, the sales website looks kind of old, but if you scroll down you will see a short video:
In that video he says that it’s really difficult to earn money online, all the niches are saturated, and most people are doing it all wrong. This gets you into the frame of mind of thinking that it’s really difficult unless you know the secrets he’s about to tell you.
If you read through the text, he talks about how the key to online success it to just “swipe” what already works. Sounds fine to me, but does it actually work? I’m kind of left wondering whether the real big money comes from promoting Swipe Vault itself.
But when I looked further down the sales page, I saw this great video:
When I saw that, I was quite amazed by the amount of things that are available to members. So many different tried and tested tools and resources to help you succeed online.
The main thing that really bothers me at this point is how it all sounds a bit unrealistic. If Chris Luck is as rich as he says he is, I expect it comes from so many people signing up to things like Swipe Vault. If you can get enough people to pay you $97 or $197 per month, it adds up to a nice sum very quickly.
What Factors Would Indicate that it is Genuine?
- Does it sound realistic? – Sort of. It makes sense to copy what is already working. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel. I’m just a bit skeptical that it’s quite as quick and easy as he’s claiming it is.
- Do they admit it requires work? – No. He makes out that most of the hard work is already done for you.
- Does he sound genuine? – Yes. I think he does sound like a genuine guy who has been successful and now want to help others succeed by copying what already works.
- Can you take a look inside? – Yes. There is a great video on the sales page where he takes a look inside Swipe Vault and shows you the many things that members will have access to once they join.
- Is there a free trial? – No. If you want to try it out, you will have to pay the full $97. There is however a triple money back guarantee.
What Factors Would Indicate that it is a Scam?
- Are they trying to rush you? – Yes. While there is no actual count-down timer like there is on some of these types of websites, he does say that there are only a few spots remaining. This is clearly nonsense.
- Does it sound too good to be true? – Sort of. While it sounds great to be able to use the techniques and tools that already work, the level of success stated in the sales page seems a bit of a fantasy.
- Does he say you’ll get rich quickly? – Sort of. While he doesn’t come right out and say that you will get rich quickly, he does imply that this is what will happen.
- Is he secretive about how the money is made? – No. While he doesn’t tell you the exact methods (because that would make bad business sense because then nobody would need to buy this product), he does give a good indication of the type of things that you are going to learn.
- Does he claim it’s never been seen before? – No. That’s kind of the whole point really. This is all about doing what other people have already been doing successfully.
- Does the video seem fake? – No. He seems pretty genuine to me, from what I can tell.
- Does he claim it doesn’t require work? – Sort of. He says that by “swiping” what is already working well for other people, you will be able to shortcut your success.
Does Swipe Vault Have Any Upsells?
Many make money online products have upsells. This is where they try to get you to pay more money once you have paid the original sum. What most people probably don’t realise is that many of these sites have an easy way to see what the upsells are.
If you scroll down to the very bottom of the site and click “Affilliates”, you will see a page that is only intended to be seen by people that are interested in promoting Swipe Vault.
That headline sounds dramatic doesn’t it? And when I saw that amount I assumed it meant that there would be upsells. But on this occasion I couldn’t find any mention of upsells on the Affiliates page.
HOWEVER, according to imreportcard.com, there is a pro version available for $197. Presumably this is offered to you after you’ve paid the initial $97, so this would count as an upsell, just not as bad as many of the other upsells out there.
What are Other People Saying About Swipe Vault?
- getshitter.com – 97% – “Swipe Vault is a gold mine”.
- wordfromhomejobsz.com [website no longer exists] – 83% “For its value, a $97 monthly subscription is a steal”
There’s no denying it, Swipe Vault certainly has a lot to offer, and it does make sense to use what’s already working rather than reinvent the wheel. But for me, it all seems a bit unrealistic. With the full price set at $197 to get access to everything, this could be a bit out of many people’s monthly budgets, and I fear that the main people earning lots of money here are those promoting Swipe Vault as affiliates.
So, taking all that into consideration, along with what I found out earlier about Chris Luck’s bad reputation, my final verdict is:
I hope you found my Swipe Vault review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, please leave them below. I always answer all genuine comments.
Wishing you great success,