Hello, young grasshopper – welcome to my review! 😀
Let me guess, you’ve heard all about the Freedom Shortcut and you want the skinny on it, right?
Well, you’re certainly in the right place for all the info you need on the online money-making opportunity.
If your “skepticism” sense is tingling, then indeed it SHOULD be, because the program is nothing but a far-fetched SCAM, in my book.
To understand WHY it’s a no-go area, grab this honest review!
Name: Freedom Shortcut (FS).
Cost: $49 + $1,000s/$10,000s!
My Score: 1/10.
But before you continue any further…
If you’re sick to death of scammy crap always trying to play you for a fool, and you’re after a LEGIT solution to making sustainable money on the web…
What’s The Freedom Shortcut All About?
As the title strongly suggests, ‘FS’ is all about shortcutting your way to financial freedom using the power of the internet.
But right off the bat, the name (just like Filthy Lazy) itself raises a RED FLAG because shortcuts to success online are non-existent. Period.
What’s also EXTREMELY laughable about the hyped up sales video is that it states “shortcuts are ESSENTIAL in every aspect of our lives…” LOL!
But have you ever met ANY successful individual who has taken a shortcut in life?
NAH, me neither!
In fact, this reminds me of a quote I heard from Les Brown.
So, to become successful online and in life, in general – you must work your socks off. That’s all there is to it.
In the ‘FS’ sales video, you’re led to believe, that, because the likes of Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates created platforms/products (aka “shortcuts”) for helping folks access the internet – it also applies to the ‘making money online’ arena.
While I do agree that Entrepreneurs have made life a heck of a lot easier for us over the years – the idea of getting rich online from little to no effort is a bunch of baloney!
Well, unless you have funds for a Freelancer to build an ENTIRE online Biz from scratch for you – then I guess it’s a different story.
How Does Freedom Shortcut Actually Work?
If I’m being brutally honest with you, ‘FS’ DOESN’T work because it’s actually a NON-EXISTENT “get-rich-quick” system!
All it is just hyped up video talking about you making $5K+ per month using your mobile or laptop and living the life of Riley, just like “Jordan” – the owner of ‘FS’.
The guy also shows you other snapshots of him with his family and shares his story of how he went from struggling to make money to meeting a guy named “Jeff” in a local coffee shop who invited Jordan to his mansion and showed him some “shortcut” to $20K per month.
Now, whether this “Jordan” dude is the real deal and his story actually rings true, I’ve no idea.
But you’ve gotta admit, the story almost seems a little “too good to be true”. That’s my opinion, anyway.
Wanna know the REAL truth behind ‘FS’, hey?…
‘FS’ is nothing more than an “affiliate” squeeze page that leads you straight through the doors of a coaching course called ‘6 Steps To Freedom’ (6STF) by Jeff Learner.
The course gives you access to a 1-on-1 business advisor, premium member support, a community, and also some ‘New Money Playbook’ sent to your home for a one-time fee of just $49.
But don’t pee in your panties with excitement, just yet!
What’s The “Real” Price Tag of ‘6STF’?
Unfortunately, there are no actual specifics when it comes to the coaching course you’re buying for 49 bucks, and there’s a VERY good reason why you’re kept in the dark.
It just so turns out that ‘6STF’ is a “high-ticket” coaching platform, where the $49 is used as bait to entice you to join so Mr. Lerner can walk you through his sales funnel of costly products.
Some were/are also high-ticket platforms that sold/sell extremely pricey coaching products so everyone could/can cash in big affiliate commissions from peddling the same products.
The FTC (Federal Trade Commission) has already accused MOBE and Altitude of being “recruitment money-making schemes” and halted the duo for making deceptive claims too.
But anyway, back to ‘FS’ (or should I say, ‘6STF’)…
Don’t get me wrong, you are gonna get value from Learner’s platform for making money – in the form of a ‘Done-For-You’ system, training, support, and even your own “pushy salesperson” (sorry, I meant “coach”).
But unfortunately, it’s gonna turn out to be another “plug n’ play” system, where you’ll need to invest $1,000s – $10,000s on the products to reap the full benefits of the platform.
So it’s not exactly an ideal starting point for any newbie, in my book.
Final Thoughts: Is Freedom Shortcut a Scam?…
When it comes to the ‘FS’, the reason why I’ve labeled it as a SCAM and don’t recommend it is that it’s just a seriously hyped up “non-existent” opportunity designed as a doorway by an affiliate of Jeff Learner’s course.
Add to the fact that it’s gonna cost MUCH more than a small $49 one-time payment – which both Jordan and Jeff kinda forget to mention (for OBVIOUS reasons).
Unfortunately, in order to go “all in” with 6 Steps To Freedom, you must be prepared to invest $1,000s/$10,000s.
Now, there’s no denying the fact that Learner’s course is 100% LEGIT because what you get out of his program can help you to become a successful affiliate marketer promoting his system, in my opinion.
But who can justify spending a VERY big chunk of change on Learner’s products, especially when starting out online?!
So on that note, count me OUT!
If you’re looking for a more cost-effective way of starting out and earning a FULL-TIME income from building a successful Affiliate Marketing Biz around your hobby/passion…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
If you have any questions or anything you’d like to share on ‘FS’/’6STF’ – We’d LOVE to hear from ya below…