As soon as I read the email and then the sales page of Automated Cash Formula, I started to think about what this new online business was all about. I am still not quite sure if I understand it, and I am still not sure if it sounds too good to be true. Everytime someone uses the word automated, I automatically think that it might be a scam. Because I don’t believe that anything can be truly automated when it comes to earning money or generating traffic.
What’s Automated Cash Formula all about?
The man behind the system is Dave Gale, and he used to be a window cleaner. I am not sure if this is information we really need to know, but I guess that being a window cleaner and now earning a lot of money is someting that ordinary people can relate to. If a window cleaner can do it, so can I (isn’t that right?).
At the beginning of his sales page, he writes that:
How To Totally Eliminate The Hard Work To Making Money Online & How YOU Can Easily Copy His ‘Lazy’ $5,327.81 Pure Profit From A Couple Of Hours Easy ‘Set Up’ As Many Times As You Like…
So, it seems to be all about copying a system and sit back and relax and wait for the money to start coming. Sounds good to me.
What makes me sceptical is the following:
…That Can Make You Hundreds Of Dollars A Day, Everyday, On Auto-Pilot For Months – If Not Years To Come……Using The Internet Without A Website, Selling Any Products Or Doing Any Marketing Whatsoever – Even If You’re Currently Flat Out Broke With No Time Or Energy To Spare” NO – This does NOT involve: Affiliate Marketing, Pay Per Click, Ezine Ads, Free Ads, Spam, Search Engine Optimization, Blogs, Ebay, Gambling, Direct Mail, MLM or any advertising or marketing whatsoever…
The system does not involve any advertising or marketing whatsoever!
Finally, I understood that I don’t have a clue what this system is about. Maybe it’s too good to be true, but maybe it’s not. You would have to be the judge on that yourself.
Be sure to check Automated Cash Formula and tell me your verdict.