A huge welcome to my review!
So, you’ve heard all about the buzz around Funnel X Project, hey?
And you wanna know whether this money-maker really will stuff your pockets full of cash or is just another lame scam to avoid like the London plague, right?
Well, you’re certainly in the right place because I’m about to share the ins and outs of the program and tell you if it’s worth joining or not in this honest and unbiased review.
Buckle up for the roller coaster ride, buddy!
Name: Funnel X Project (FXP).
Website: funnelxproject.com (now invite only).
Cost: Free + $100s – $1,000s!
Owner: David Dekal.
My Score: 4/10.
But before taking another step further, see how I’m making sustainable money online – A platform which gives you all the essentials for building a successful Affiliate Marketing Biz from scratch…
What’s Funnel X Project All About, Hey?
‘FXP’ boldly claims it will help you to make over $300 on a daily basis from the World Wide Web.
In fact, “David Dekal” (the guy behind the system) claims it’s made him a STAGGERING $18K per month in only 4 months!
Now, whether this guy is telling you porkies or not, I’ve no idea.
But I can tell you one thing. Making that kinda cash is far from an “EASY” process, particularly for a Digital Marketing novice.
But what is the ‘FXP’ system, you ask?
Put simply, it’s designed as a free ‘Done-For-You’ sales funnel enabling you to earn affiliate commissions from various opportunities.
And if you’re wondering what a “sales funnel” is, it’s a process used for collecting email subscribers and walking those leads through multiple offers to maximize your commissions.
If you want the FULL breakdown of HOW funnels work, then get ‘DotCom Secrets’ here.
Let’s Take a Closer Look at Funnel X Project…
Once you enter your info to gain access to your funnel, David immediately hits you with two MLM type of online money-making opportunities.
The first one is called Global MoneyLine (GML for short) UGH!!
The reason why this turns my stomach is the fact that it’s nothing more than absolute trash with NO tangible products or services that ACTUALLY work.
(YUP, I tried it and got ZERO results! The exact same results from IBOToolbox too! But I’m not gonna go into that here).
The idea behind ‘GML’ is that when you join, anyone who joins after you gets placed into your “downline”.
So you can potentially end up with a downline of 10,000s of prospects over time, who you can promote your affiliate offers/MLM opportunities to.
Sounds AWESOME, right?
Sadly, it’s not the case because what you’re actually doing is “SPAMMING” a bunch of folks with ads through an internal messaging system.
Plus add to the fact that you and your prospects are also gonna get spammed to death by EVERYONE in your “upline” which could easily be 100,000s of people since ‘GML’ has been knocking around for some time.
So as a “free” member, you’ve got no chance of making a single dollar, if I’m honest.
Additionally, you can recruit others using your referral link, which allows you to earn commissions when they spend $20 – $1,000 on Bronze – Double Diamond packages.
The paid packages basically allow members to blast SPAM more frequently and also have ad placement priority over the free members.
This is how folks REALLY make money with ‘GML’ – from simply recruiting paid members into a “money-making scheme”. Get my FULL review of ‘GML’ for more info.
The second opportunity is called Motor Club Of America (MCA for short).
But since I reside in the United Kingdom (England, to be precise), I can’t join and share my experience.
However, from what I gather, ‘MCA’ is an MLM Biz opp which offers various car breakdown services to folks across the United States and Canada.
To join ‘MCA’ will cost you a one-time fee of $39.90 plus a monthly charge of $19.95 which allows you to earn up to $90 per customer as a rep plus extra commissions from any downline members who also make sales.
But I’m not gonna discuss the comp plan because like with all MLMs, it’s as confusing as heck, in my book lol.
Once you join both ‘GML’ and ‘MCA’, you can hook up your affiliate links for those opportunities to your sales funnel from David, so you’re all good for lift off.
Tools/Resources For Getting The Job Done…
In addition to your ‘FXP Done-For-You’ funnel, there will be other stuff you’ll need to form the puzzle for potentially creating a successful online Biz.
These tools/services include Aweber and ClickMagick.
Basically, Aweber (from $19/month) is an autoresponder service which will manage and automatically message the email leads that opt-in through your funnel.
And put simply, ClickMagick (from $12/month) is a tracking service which monitors your leads within the funnel – from tracking links to conversions and revenue.
Having both email and tracking software is an absolute MUST if you wanna crush it online with s sales funnel.
I know this for a fact because I’ve come across numerous ClickFunnels users and ESPECIALLY ClickFunnels affiliates inside Affiliate Bootcamp who are using the exact same two tools (Aweber and ClickMagick) for boosting their profits.
In addition to those price tags, David encourages you to choose the Udimi route for sending paid traffic to your funnel via “solo ads”, which in my opinion, is the best method to explode your sales funnel Biz.
Now, the biggest downside to generating traffic this way is that it’s gonna cost a chunk of change to get started on the right foot online.
The price for Udimi traffic varies from $0.35 – $0.60 per click depending on the solo ad vendor and the quality of traffic, I guess.
But to stand any chance of a Return On Investment (that’s IF your ‘FXP’ funnel has a high conversion rate) – you could VERY easily splash out $100s, even $1,000s, right off the bat.
So as you’re now fully aware, your starting expenses for David’s system are gonna go through the roof!
While you do get a totally free ‘Done-For-You’ funnel, you’ll need to take the extra $100s/$1,000s for Biz Opps, tools, and traffic into careful consideration as well.
Final Thoughts: Is Funnel X Project a Scam?…
I hold nothing against sales funnels and especially pre-built ones because I know just how super powerful and profitable they can be (IF they convert, that is).
But I have 3 main issues with the ‘FXP’ system.
Firstly, I despise the fact that Global MoneyLine is one of the opportunities because it’s just a “money-making” SHAM full of spammers that holds ZERO value.
Secondly, I’m not exactly a huge fan of the MLM business model either because it’s A LOT harder than it looks to build a huge team and become profitable. Funnel or no funnel in place.
Thirdly, just because you get your hands on a funnel that’s already built for you, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s gonna convert your traffic into subscribers, customers, and Biz partners.
So investing a few hundred dollars in your first paid traffic campaign should be a risk you’re willing to take.
The Bottom Line: The good news is that ‘FXP’ is 100% LEGIT. But with that said, I don’t recommend it for the 3 reasons I’ve just highlighted.
If you’re looking for a more cost-effective solution to making money on the net, and one that doesn’t involve SCAMMY trash like ‘GML’…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
If you have any questions or thoughts to share on ‘FXP’ – We’d LOVE to hear from ya below…