I was browsing ClickBank and saw another new product, called Daily Cash Siphon. I was curious and skeptical at the same time, about the name that was chosen for this system. It’s a name that would definitely be used to attract people that want to make money every single day, and it would be a name of a product that wants to scam people.
Now that I’ve gone over it, I want to share with you what I found out, in this Daily Cash Siphon Review. I have not purchased this product because I think I have an idea of how it works and will explain it to you. I have also found a few things that you should be aware of and watch out for.
At A Glance
Name: Daily Cash Siphon
Owner: William Fairbrother
Purpose: Make money with affiliate marketing and blogging
The video starts off with news reports about how people are making money online from home, without having to commute. You are then told by William, that you only need to work 30 minutes a day, exploiting a weird trick, that will bring in the big money he shows you within the income proofs; he is making thousands of dollars every day.
There are a few rules that you could find yourself caught into;
1) The system is legal but controversial
2) Only available to certain countries (it’s available to you if you are able to watch the video)
If you’re okay with the rules, then you’re qualified.
William then shows you how the money is made; by using affiliate marketing and blogging. He explains that you could just Google “how to make money with a blog” and you’ll find thousands of articles. However, you’ll only start to make money after a year or so.
He claims that he is able to show you how to make money with a blog, within a week. You don’t need any technical experience, prior knowledge and no need to develop any products.
So, have you got anything to lose by trying out Daily Cash Siphon?
I have not purchased this product because I already have a feeling of what’s going to be on the inside; which is either a low-quality product or a scam. I saw a few things that I have seen with other scams before and that’s the reason that I am skeptical of it.
1) William Fairbrother – If you read further along, underneath the video, you will come to know that this name is a pen name for the spokesperson. You may think that it’s okay to use a pen name for privacy purposes, but why would anybody want to hide their name if they are offering a legit product?
That’s because the advantage of only revealing a pen name, is that you can change it afterwards to create a new product. That’s how serial scammers are able to get away with creating multiple scam products; that’s because we cannot recognize them.
This is definitely a red flag and indication that this product is either a scam or low-quality.
2) Work for 30 minutes a day to make money – With any business, whether it be online or offline, you have to work hard, be committed and also have the patience to see it grow. Only working for 30 minutes a day is not going to yield you $300 within that day, let alone thousands of dollars.
Imagine if you had a physical store and were only opened for 30 minutes a day; do you think you could bring $300 – $1000 consistently every single day? That’s next to impossible, right? Any system that tells you that you will be able to start making a full-time income online in a very short time period, is lying to you.
3) News Reports – Sure, these are news reports that talk about making money online and they could even be real reports. However, nowhere do they mention anything about Daily Cash Siphon. This is actually a very common tactic used by scammers and low-quality product creators.
Therefore, these reports cannot be used as proof that Daily Cash Siphon is what these people are using to make such consistent income online. The news reports are there to make you believe that the system works so well, that it was featured in the news. They are meant to push you to buy the system.
4) Shows money made as a vendor, not an affiliate – The two concepts that William says that he uses, are affiliate marketing and blogging. But I noticed that he showed you the income proof as a vendor, not an affiliate.
A vendor on ClickBank, is one that creates a product and sells it on the platform. An affiliate is one that promotes the product for commission, without having to create the product.
So it does not make sense that William would show you proof of income as a vendor when he wants to show you how to make money as an affiliate. Scammers and low-quality product creators make money by selling crappy systems and that’s probably where the income proof is from; William made this money by scamming other people in the past.
5) Only available to people in certain countries – That’s true in a way because not all countries are able to sign up for a ClickBank account, but this statement is used as a weapon to make you believe that only a few select countries can sign up for it.
However, I went to ClickBank’s policies and I found out that over 150 countries can sign up for ClickBank, which makes Daily Cash Syphon available to all 150+ countries. This means that there is nothing special about it being available in your country, because it is available to most countries anyways.
This is a tactic used by scammers and low-quality product creators to make you believe that only a few special countries will get accepted into the system and that you should count yourself as lucky and just accept the invitation and buy the product.
6) Making money using affiliate marketing and blogging – Making money blogging and using affiliate marketing is definitely not a new concept, as William say. And I also agree that doing affiliate marketing the traditional way via a blog is not going to yield you money right away.
That’s because your website needs enough time to grow and become trusted by the search engines, like Google, Yahoo and Bing. But it is still far-fetched that you will not start making money within 1 year. I actually know a lot of people that made their first dollars within a few months of starting affiliate marketing with a blog.
There are other ways to make money faster, even within a week like William suggests, and that is to create Ads, send people to your squeeze pages or your reviews, and to direct them to the sales page of the product so your visitors can buy them.
However, I do not recommend that any newbie start with ads as a way to direct traffic to their website and that’s because you can lose a lot of money if you don’t know what you’re doing. It is very risky because you are paying for visitors to your website and your sales page, without any reassurance that they’re going to buy.
So that’s why many more people prefer to use a free way of getting traffic to their website, which is SEO (free traffic from Google, Bing and Yahoo). Though it takes more time to get traffic this way, it is risk-free. An example of SEO in action, is how you got to my website today… 🙂 I didn’t have to pay a dime to get you here.
Daily Cash Siphon Review – Conclusion
There are many hyped up sales pages in the world of making money online and many are just outright scams or low-quality. As I’m not sure what’s inside the program here, I would advise that you proceed with caution. It’s up to you whether you want to risk it and try it out.
However, based on my knowledge and experience from falling for scams and analyzing scams for about 10 months now, I would not recommend Daily Cash Siphon, because of the hypes, the lies about showing you a vendor’s account instead of an affiliate one, William hiding behind a pen-name and also only needing to work only 30 minutes to see results.
There are too many scammy tactics used for me to be comfortable recommending this program. You may find that many people on the internet will recommend it, but don’t fall for them because all they want is to make money off of you, when they’ve never even tried the system.
You’ll know they never tried it because they won’t ever show you what’s inside the system, and yet, will tell you that it has worked for them, helped them make money and that you should definitely try it too.
I’m not like that. I have not tried it, so I’m upfront with you about it. But I also cannot recommend it, based on the scammy factors I mentioned within this review.
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