Commission Scalper Review – Scam Alert!
Commission Scalper is yet another quick cash scam product from Steven Lee Jones.
This product is strictly aimed at newbies. Beware, the creator of this product does not have a good track record.
Do not be sucked in by the slick video sales page or claims of outrageous profits achieved by “users.”
I purchased several of Steven Lee Jones products in the past. They did not live up to their claims.
Consider the following if you are thinking about purchasing Commission Scalper.
- According to JV Notify Pro, Commission Scalper is from creators Steven Lee Jones and Ben S. However the sales video states that the product was created by a Josh Adams. ( I can’t find any credible information on Josh Adams)
- I’ve watched the sales video several times. Many of the supposed “Beta” testers so eagerly giving their testimonials, are paid actors who are featured in other product launch videos.
Commission Scalper smells like a scam…
… plus the following about previous products from Steven Lee Jones.
Auto Cash Android: This was an autoblogging software system that claimed to allow users to build a list of blogs from a keyword of their choice and the submit spun comments to each blog. The traffic generation section of Auto Cash Android allegedly had the ability to add proxy support as well as a decaptcher. This product was released in September 2011.
Here is the link to the product page (page doesn’t exist) : Auto Cash Android
This product is no longer for sale or has been disabled due to a terms of service violation.
Auto Traffic Xploit: This product was released on or about February 2011.
Basic Product was a software program that scraped the Wonder Wheel. The program would take the keywords found in the Wonder Wheel and search for .com, .net and .org domain names with the keyword included. Clicking on the domain name result took you to GoDaddy.com, where you could purchase the domain. Novel idea, right?
This product is now of course obsolete as Google discontinued it Wonder Wheel on or about July 2011.
A Google spokesperson has informed Search Engine Land that the Google Wonder Wheel feature has been taken offline.
The Google Wonder Wheel along with a number of other search refinements were formally introduced at the 2009 Searchology event but actually became available as part of a test a couple of months earlier.
Here is the link to the product site (you’ll find a parked page.): Auto Traffic Xploit
One Click CashBot: This product was released on or about June 2011.
It was a video creation and submission software that claimed users could earn hundreds by posting short videos to YouTube and other video sites. Software would randomly spin images uploaded by users to create, “unique” videos.
Needless to say, it didn’t work.
Here is a purchaser review of One Click Cashbot from the Warrior Forum:
I’ve bought it yesterday, , till now I’ve uploaded around 100 vids, (top cb products, top keywords) and guess what – -NOTHING, not even single click , maybe 4 or five TOTAL views, where is my 900$ I’m asking!! (lol jk)
funny thing is , I’ve bought “discount” version , and i was able to download extreme version, and sniper tool.
more of : the software is buggy:
on Sniper – i cant upload vids, on extreme version – cant connect to dailymotion.com and break.com, tutorial vids (how to monetize, how to get keywords) are basic and useless (it’s like: find clickbank product, set wp site, promote it through vid),
my recommendation – DON’T BUY
I’ve asked for refund (software isn’t 100% working, and not getting ANY PROFITS) , waiting for some response. I’ve bought it through Plimus – hope there will be not any problems with that
Here is the message at Plimus when you attempt to reach the product page, “The product you are looking for is currently unavailable, please contact the originating website’s webmaster for help.”
Commission Scalper is not a Clickbank Product, therefore you will not have the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee associate with products using Clickbank as their payment processor. I can only assume that Commission Scalper did not meet Clickbank’s newer, more stringent Vendor policies.
My research shows that the product comes with a 30 Day Money Back refund.
The sales video is full of emotional triggers that coerce you to purchase, but it never mentions what the software actually does. Neither does any of the 20 reviews I’ve read online. Isn’t interesting that marketers are recommending a product without providing a shred of evidence about what it does.
My advice… skip this one!
Leave a comment and let me know your thoughts; even if you think I’m dead wrong.
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