CBS Formula Review (Part 3): JV Zoo Get Rich Scam Revealed
The continuing series on how to grow a 6-figure income in days using promised by the “CBS Formula.” The product comes from “vendor of the year” Precious Ngwu’s with some help Damon Nelson. I'm five days into the training, and the only thing I have is $250 hole in my pocket.
In my last post, I described how immediately after signing up you are inundated with a webinar invitation, which is nothing more than a $497 up-sell to a white labeled version of Mints App and has nothing to do with the “CBS formula.”
The main reason you are signing up for this get rich quick program is access to this (I think):
Here is the “CBS Lead App” but nowhere inside the product does is explain what it does or how do use it. Keep in mind; this is five days after you've dropped $250 in sales funnel hell.
Greed happens when people stop being Internet marketers and become product creators looking to scam Internet marketers who only want to quit their day job.
Unfortunately. The only people that are making money online or the creators of sham products like this.
Hey Google, Killer Snippet!
To add insult injury, this has to be some new AdWords display option, but I find it ironic that Google would prominently feature such a flagrant get-rich-scheme. I've gone back-and-forth with them to get my ads approved that were far more vanilla.
As I mentioned, I am getting more and more disillusioned with this business. I understand that everyone has to make their money, but you don't have to do that by regurgitating PLR you can buy on fiverr to your peers and had a turnkey system to make them six figures in just a few days when you don't even have a complete product.
Perhaps the biggest idiot is me. for falling for this nonsense.