30 Minute Money Methods Review: Legit Or Scam
The reason I first became aware of this program, was because someone tried to leave a comment on another review – which was directing people to this website, with their affiliate link.
It always baffles me why people still use this tactic. I regularly get people trying to leave these comments and surely no bloggers would actually publish them? But still, people relentlessly try to do it.
In any case, I checked the link and immediately it had the same warning signs of a scam of many others I’ve looked into before.
Review In Brief:
Product: 30 Minute Money Methods
Price: $37 & upsells
Overall Verdict: Not recommended, false promises, fake testimonials.
If you stumbled upon the sales video to this program by chance, you might be convinced into thinking that you can make $500 in just 30 minutes a day. In fact, you’re told you can make hundreds of thousands of dollars in your first year alone.
The story they spin on these kinds of sales videos, are generally the same old story they repeated again and again….
The person speaking on the sales video will have been broke and desperate, until they learn about some secret system or program that could make them richer than they ever imagined.
Sometimes they also mention having tried many other money-making-opportunties online, such as filling out paid surveys, (I don’t recommend you do that to make money, you can only make pocket change) or they may talk about falling for get-rich-quick-schemes, or blogging and not making any money…
In this case, the story is of a struggling, poor mother of two named “Shelly West,” desperate to make ends meet, having tried various things online, such as taking tonnes of surveys and starting a food blog, which failed.
Then she discovered some secret sites that led her to suddenly make $10,000+ every single WEEK!
She say’s you could actually make 50k a month easily and that she consistently makes $2000 every single day…. In fact, she say’s it is EASY for anyone to make 600k in a single year. Funny that isn’t it.
A program freely available on the internet promising to make you that much money with NO effort. If such a thing existed, don’t you think everyone would know about it?
Now, (of course) she wants to help other people achieve the same amazing success as she did. So, she is going to tell you her secrets, so you can replicate her results. ….. Or is she?
The people that aren’t necessarily familiar with making money online, are the prime targets here for this program.
As well as that, they will be targeting people that have already fallen for a couple of scams and are desperate now to make their money back and get out of trouble.
If anyone promises you that you can make thousands or even hundreds of dollars very quickly… Especially if there is any talk at all of “secret systems,” you should be cautious and don’t take this stuff for granted.
She talks about having discovered “SECRET WEBISTES…” at the deepest and darkest corners of the web, (although she doesn’t explicitly say how they helped her make any money).
After spending several years now looking into ways to make money online, I have learn that most people don’t like to put the work in to make money on the internet.
Many times, people come online for work because they are DESPERATE for money right this minute. Therefore, they’re willing to take a risk with a potential scam, rather than spending time and effort to actually create an online business.
They generally don’t want to work hard and wait months or years before they start earning reasonable money. Ideally, they want some push-button system that they can rely on to do all the work for them.
That’s what these sorts of programs offer and they always claim it will be EASY & QUICK….
Unfortunately, push-button systems do not exist.
You need to work to build an income online, just like you would in the real world and you’ll probably fail along the way too, it’s not all smooth sailing.
That’s how people really make any money online, hard work! Learning! Time! Dedication!… there is no secret.
What Is 30 Minute Methods About?
Shelly doesn’t actually say how you earn an income from discovering this secret information online, or how it will help you make money in just 30 minutes a day.
For example; there are various ways you could be making money online. Selling physical products, drop shipping, affiliate marketing, freelancing, designing… to name just a few…. or she could have just been talking about one of those automated binary robot scams!
Well, she says there are various “methods,” you can choose from and after researching this product online.
But it appears that what this program really offers is just some simple, basic training on well-known ways you can potentially make money online.
These include – how to make money from Freelancing; doing voice-overs, or selling your photography online. Well, while these may be real ways to make money online, no one would ever try to sell THESE as quick ways to get rich online!
Side note: If you really want a legitimate program that teaches you about Freelancing, I recommend Gina’s program here,(someone who did become highly successful in a relatively short space of time).
Obviously if “Shelly,” told you what this training really contained, you wouldn’t be excited and you wouldn’t purchase the program
I still struggle to understand why someone would go ahead and buy a product with ZERO information given about it though.
“Shelly,” talks about how she desperately tried to make money blogging but gave up, as she wasn’t making any money. That’s an experience many people will relate to.
But blogging is NOT a quick way to making money, (despite some get-rich-quick schemes that try to sell it that way). Nevertheless, it’s a legitimate way to make money in the long term.
What many bloggers to do not do though, is learn SEO and try to generate free traffic from the search engines.
This can be a big mistake for many, as relying on other methods like social media are rarely going to give you big results unless you have a strategy AND extremely shareable content.
I wrote a while ago about how you can get traffic on Pinterest, for example. Some people generate a majority of their traffic from Pinterest, but they do have a strategy.
Can You Trust 30 Minute Methods?
If you go ahead and try to sign up to this program, make sure you check out the disclaimer on this site.
Actually, this is something I strongly recommend you do before buying programs that promise to make you money.
As you can see from their disclaimer, they are saying you may not make any money at all with the program. If it’s all as easy as they claim, why would you not make any money.
In addition, your personal information is at risk. They say that they may pass your info on to third parties. Often the creators of these programs build many related scams and are also connected with other people that do.
Some internet marketers will share the personal information from their customers with other internet marketers. You’ll then find your inbox packed full of get-rich-quick scams.
Be Cautious Of Fake Testimonials:
Testimonials can be bought for next to nothing these days, on places like Fiverr.com, (which seems to be a favorite right now).
You can purchase a testimonial video for as little as $5… and sadly, these people will promote anything you want for money, even when they have no idea about it.
That includes the guy pictured above, who is currently live on Fiverr.com, willingly recording fake testimonials.
You can find many testimonial actors, by simply doing a quick search on Fiverr.
If these programs were as good as they claim on the sales video, why would they need to pay someone to give them a good testimonial?
Is Shelly West The Creator? No…
Shelly West is just a created fake persona. Some of these programs will use women. As many women, especially those struggling to provide for children, will make their way online and are prime targets for scams.
Usually the voice over for these sales videos is not the creator anyway, they will often hire an actor to do the speaking on these sales pitches.
In addition, because this sales pitch doesn’t really give you inside information about what the program contains, it can be repackaged and used for other programs online as well – especially once this particular product stops selling.
30 Minute Money Methods Review Conclusion: Scam?
Well, from my perspective, even though you can easily get a refund from this product if you realise this isn’t what it appears to be – the creator of this program has created purely with the intention of deceiving people with false hopes and promises that will never deliver.
In every respect, this is a typical get-rich-quick scheme type program – none of the claims they’re making about you making money quickly and easily is true and they pile on the hype to make you believe that this could change your life.
How they get away with it, is just to package some legitimate basic training, (poor quality info that you could find easily online) and simply over-sell it as being something much more than it is.
Because there is SOME content there that you’re buying and they have clear disclaimers in place, they can get away with selling these things, even when they are deceptive.
So, certainly what they are claiming is dishonest and they are also using fake testimonials to sell their product.
What they appear to provide is some basic training on methods such as Freelancing, which while are completely legitimate are NOT going to make you hundreds or thousands overnight and they simply contain poor quality training that you could find easily on the web… not the in depth training that will actually help you become a success online.
Will you make $500 for only 30 minutes a day with automated sites that they give you? No. You won’t.
Could you make SOME money using the methods they give you? Yes, you can make some money from things like Freelancing or voice over work – but you don’t need to purchase this program to do it.
This product is currently available on Clickbank – so, thankfully, you can get it replaced if you’re not satisfied and make sure you do, because they rely on the fact that most people won’t bother.
In addition to this, if you handed over your email address, your email is going to be in the hand of internet marketers keen on promoting get-rich-quick products to you, as you will be their prime audience if you have already signed up for this. If you do give them an email, I suggest using ones you don’t often use.
Do you have experience with 30 Minute Money Methods? Let me know in the comments below.
I don’t make money from any push-button-system, but I do make some money online in a variety of ways now, including through a couple of websites online.
It’s not quick and easy, but it is legitimate.
If you’d like to learn how to make an income in the long-term online, you just need the right training and support to guide you.
All the best,