Carbon Copy Pro Scam? – Don’t Pay $49 To Find Out – Read This First
Is Carbon Copy Pro a Scam or is it just a clever marketing ploy? If you’re anything like me you’ve probably spent the good part of an hour searching the net trying to find out the answer to this question.
Carbon Copy Pro is a slick marketing system that has been devised by Jay Kubassek and Mike Dillard of Wealth Masters International. With Carbon Copy Pro, Jay Kubassek and Mike Dillard claim to take the human element out of online marketing. This is an interesting claim, because to be successful in internet marketing, you have to learn the skills of online marketing and business systems. Secondly you have to develop relationships with your prospects. If there was a system out there that was completely automated, wouldn’t we all just push a button on our computer and head to the beach for the day. I’ll let you be the judge on that one.
The $49 fee just to find out information about Carbon Copy Pro is interesting. This is like going into a restaurant and being charged $15 just to see the menu! Wealth Masters International claim that the $49 fee is designed to screen out people who are not serious about a home based business. They also say that the fee provides their new members with a source of income until they get their first sale! And what do you get for $49? You receive a DVD which is an interview with, none other than, Jay Kubassek.
The $49 fee is a smoke screen for what you are not told about the real cost of getting involved in Carbon Copy Pro. The start up cost for the program is $2,000. Then as Derrick Harper, founder of the Wealth Funnel System, points out: “They’re promoting and really pushing the M2 level of Wealth Masters International – that’s a $8,995 buy in cost and they also recommend you have a $2,000 to $5,000 marketing budget. You mean you’re trying to get people to sign up for the program with an initial investment of $11k to $14K in start up capital?” And then there is the ongoing monthly costs with the program which are significant.
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