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Cash In On That Passion Summary
Name: Cash In On That Passion
Owner: Richard Paul
Summary: Plainly put, Richard Paul is a known scammer in this industry.
Though, “Richard Paul” is not likely his real name, the character named above has been involved with several other false, misleading products in the past.
Cash In On That Passion is no different. I’ll show you why we do not recommend this product.
Cash In On That Passion Review
Right from the start of the 8-minute sales video for Cash In On That Passion, you are promised a couple of things.
- You will make more money watching this video than any other video ever created.
- You will earn $1 for every second that you watch.
This is a marketing tactic used to get the viewers attention, and I hate to break it to you, the Cash In On That Passion website is not what it seems.
Unless you called BS! during the presentation, then it’s exactly what it seems.
It’s filled with misleading promises, phony testimonies, and on top of that, you are never given a thorough explanation of how the system works.
They just throw a bunch of numbers and dollar signs at us, which brings me to…
The $500 Lie
For the “$500 guarantee”, as shared in the Cash In On That Passion video, there is a series of steps you MUST complete, in order to qualify.
There are 21 steps to be exact. The following can be found on the website under the “Purchase Agreement”:
- 21 days to “take action” and complete each step
- Qualifying to resell products – you are required to spend $1,000’s in order to turn around and sell the same expensive junk you just bought, to others.
- Your mentor or “coach” who you will be in contact with by phone to upsell you
- The “$500 Guarantee” only comes to those who finish the 21 Steps, with proof!
So again, in order to qualify, you will need to complete these steps within 3 weeks.
This will cost you more money. Much more money than the initial $47 to “join”.
You will also need to comply with your Mentor/Coach.
A lot of the tactics seen by Cash In On That Passion are ones that have been used over and over at nauseua.
The “millionaire mentor” being another one.
In this case, mentor really means upseller. The mentor is not in place to guide and give you personal assistance.
They are there to get an idea of how much money you have (they will ask you personal info about your assets, etc) so that you can “invest” into this “opportunity”.
Don’t fall for it.
I’ve come across plenty of other products by Richard Paul which all promise the same thing.
The problem is that he never delivers.
Have a look at our review for Profit To Countdowns, which just so happens to be more of Richard’s work.
Notice some of the same tactics being used?
Is Cash In On That Passion a Scam?
Cash In On That Passion is nothing more than a get rich quick scheme which offers no real help, support or training to its potential members.
You are never given a clear description on what it is you are buying or selling in order to earn money.
I chose not to purchase this system for the many reasons shared in the review above, you the customer, are free to purchase any products of your choosing.
We do not recommend it, however.
If you believe that by spending $47 for training, pressing “Go”, while only working 4 hours per week will send money to your bank account on “autopilot”. Then this is the system for you.
There are safe and legitimate ways to earn from home. You can even create a consistent income right from your computer.
Realize that creating something, like a business from home, will require a commitment of your time and for you to take action on this awesome training.
Instead of 4 hours per week. I recommend being able to dedicate 10 hours minimum to succeed in something such as an online business.
How much can you expect to earn? I share more in a recent Legitimate Work From Home Training post.
What are your thoughts on Cash In On That Passion? Did you try their “system”?