Greetings, my young Jedi apprentice!
Today, I’d like to discuss the ins and outs of Copy And Paste Ads inside this review, and whether or not you should partake in this money-making opportunity.
Now, I’m not here to blow smoke up your ass like most reviews – congratulating you for doing your homework (Z z z), because let’s face it, you SHOULD be doing your due diligence anyway.
But I would like to Thank You for choosing my honest and unbiased review to get educated on the product in question. 😉
Name: Copy And Paste Ads (CAPA).
Owner: Undisclosed (I’m not surprised in the slightest).
My Score: A massive 1/10.
But before jumping into this review, see a MUCH better way of making sustainable money – one that allows you to transform your hobby or passion into a successful Biz…
What’s Copy And Paste Ads About, Huh?
According to its sales page, you can earn up to $300 on a daily basis just from posting a bunch of Copy n’ Paste Ads across the web…
It’s a completely ‘Done For You’ system allowing you to make big bucks as easy as plum pie…
Blah, blah, blah…
But right off the bat, the sales videos trigger alarm bells.
Apparently, ‘CAPA’ is NOT a “get-rich-quick” program.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t that EXACTLY how it comes across with the $300/daily claims? LOL
The other thing that really bugs me are the video testimonials from members who are crushing it, big time.
One guy reckons he’s enjoying $800 weeks, another claims he’s made a $2K in 2 short weeks, and another dude says he made $100 in his first 24 hours and payments keep rolling in like clockwork, etc.
I dunno about you, but I find these testimonials incredibly misleading.
They could be real, but there’s also the possibility that some are as fake as plastic plants since these folks can be hired on Fiverr for their “spokesperson” jobs.
But one ‘CAPA’ testimonial, in particular, caught my attention.
Meet Karen Marrow, who claims it’s “the easiest business you’ll ever do“.
While I’m not too fond of her testimonial, Karen is actually the real deal who does review a lot of products in the “Affiliate Marketing” arena.
You can check out Karen’s YouTube channel here for some great reviews as well as discussions on various internet marketing topics.
And no, I’m not affiliated with her lol.
I’m just packing some extra value into this review. 😉
How Does Copy And Paste Ads Work?
Once you’ve forked out almost $150 of your hard-earned cash, you’ll get access to a membership area containing a bunch of resources.
Some of those resources include 100 free and paid social media, classifieds, and other recommendations for posting Ads on.
Inside the members area, you’ll find all sorts of other stuff like:
- 1-miute voicemail audios
- Commission + visitor tracking software
- Pre-written Ads to blast out
- Lead capture system + built-in autoresponder
- Pre-written follow up emails for your prospects
- Posting tools & services
- Basic step-by-step instruction videos
- Support ticket system for you & your referrals
- Plus more…
How you’ll turn a buck is by promoting the exact same ‘CAPA’ system you bought into – where you’ll make $100 from each paid referral who joins through your affiliate link.
The other $49 is considered as an admin fee.
I’m not gonna go into all the details, because quite frankly, once you’ve seen one Email Processing system, you’ve seen them all.
In a nutshell, ‘CAPA’ provides all you need for starting off on the right foot with the system.
It’s a simple 3 step process.
- You sign up for your affiliate link
- Copy n’ Paste a bunch of Ads (with your affiliate link encoded) to various spots
- Pocket a nice $100 each time someone joins
But is making a fortune from ‘CAPA’ REALLY a piece of lemon drizzle cake and is it actually worth your time and effort?
And here’s why…
3 Reasons to Avoid it Like The London Plague
Let’s kick off with the most obvious Red Flag, shall we?
Unfortunately, ‘CAPA’ is nothing but a “cash gifting recruitment scheme” that contains no actual tangible products – other than resources for promoting the system.
Everyone who joins recruits other suckers into the same scheme for $100 a pop.
The last time I checked, these money-making schemes are illegal.
So if you do choose to spread ‘CAPA’ around the web, then do know you’ll be committing an offence along with its creator (whoever he or she is).
Plus the fact, you run the risk of having your PayPal account shut down for malicious activity.
Secondly, you’ll be living in “SPAM City” – posting the exact same Ads as other members to the same spots.
Not only can spamming get you banned from some platforms, but it will damage your reputation online – making you look like some deadbeat amateur.
Not to mention, it’s an outdated 90s tactic that’s never gonna equate to a sustainable income in this day and age of internet marketing.
Trust me on this one, spamming is how I *GASP* started out in 1999!
It sure as hell wasn’t lucrative and I felt like a dirty ratbag lol.
If you wanna earn a full-time income, then build a friggin’ website and provide VALUE – it’s the only way to separate yourself from spammers these days.
Thirdly, there’s nothing “easy” about making a sh*t ton of cash on the internet.
Yeah, you’ll probably make a handful of sales posting a few Ads here n’ there IF ya lucky.
But you MUST learn tried and true internet marketing skills and work like a Trojan Warrior for a reasonable amount of time for success – which ties in with my previous point of creating a website.
My Final Thoughts on Copy And Paste Ads…
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying you can’t make money with ‘CAPA’ because the potential’s definitely there when you’re spamming a load of places and convincing enough suckers to join you.
But spamming isn’t a way to earn a sustainable income in the long-term, especially when it’s an outdated tactic from the stone ages that’s less effective today.
The biggest concern (that bothers me A LOT) about ‘CAPA’ is the fact that it’s an illegal cash gifting scheme that you really don’t wanna get tangled up in.
Which, in my opinion, makes it a full-blown SCAM to steer well clear of.
Sadly, folks who join easy-peasy programs like ‘CAPA’ are actually “get-rich-quick” opportunity seekers desperately trying to fill their pockets with cash just for the sake of it.
Don’t be like those guys n’ girls – chasing shiny object pipe dreams.
Instead, learn to build something meaningful that’s gonna pay off in years to come – an actual online business.
And I just happen to know the perfect LEGIT way for you to create a profitable web-based Biz from scratch…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
If you have any thoughts or questions to share on ‘CAPA’ – We’d LOVE to hear from ya below…