Billy Darr, Norbey Broquis, and Amir Hacham show up with $250K Freedom Class. They claim it can make you $100 to $500 per day. They say you don’t even need an existing website in order to succeed with it. You don’t need an existing list either. Neither do you need an ad budget to succeed with it, according to them. They claim you don’t have to be techie in order to see results with it. They’d like you to believe that it only takes three steps to start seeing the kinds of results you’ve been desiring to see in your Internet Marketing endeavors. Let’s see about all this.
I’m not in cahoots with Billy Darr, Norbey Broquis and Amir Hacham to promote their $250K Freedom Class for affiliate commissions. I’m only reviewing it to help provide insider information for my readers who are mostly innocent seekers of information on ways to make money online. Such folks hope to get the help they seek by buying Internet Marketing training products, but don’t have a way of telling crappy ones from good ones.
If you don’t have the time to go through the entire review, this condensed version will serve you well: The $250K Freedom Class is pitched with an overhyped sales page. There’s no such thing as three simple steps to make $100 to $500 per day on a consistent basis. In fact, it’s made of several complex steps that you can’t even rely on to make a dime, let alone a consistent source of income. If you have the time, I recommend you see the details below.
After I made a payment, there was a slew of upsells and down sells. Please see the images below for an idea of what they were and how much they cost.
What Billy Darr and his friends, Norbey Broquis and Amir Hacham, have put together and kept behind their sales page is what everyone else is teaching. It’s what you’ve probably been practicing yourself. There’s nothing particularly novel about any of it. Billy Darr simply talked about making money by growing a list through the use of lead magnets, autoresponder services, and sales pages. Does that sound like something you’ve never heard of before or something no one else is doing, which gives you an edge on everyone else and justifies a payment to Billy and his friends?
Furthermore, Billy and his friends created an impression on their sales page that you wouldn’t need an ad budget to work with the $250K Freedom Class. However, Billy talks about the need to outsource the creation of your lead magnet on Fiverr.com, Upwork.com, which he called oDesk.com, or some other outsourcing marketplace to freelancers, or use paid tools that serve the same purpose. Wouldn’t those require a budget?
Billy Darr tried to show his audience how to launch products of their own on the WarriorPlus.com platform. That’s basic information that anyone can get on the Internet for absolutely free. All they have to do is type the relevant group of words into the search bar of any of the search engines. For instance, when I typed the words “how to launch a product on warriorplus youtube” into Google’s search bar I got 20,000 free resource videos to benefit from.
Billy Darr and his friends claimed you wouldn’t need to have any tech skills in order to use and benefit from their $250K Freedom Class. But in one of their training videos, Billy shows his audience how to go about web hosting settings on HostGator’s cPanel, which will prove tricky for folks who aren’t inclined towards techy stuff. Though the video is hands-on, some cPanel interfaces wouldn’t be exactly like the one he demonstrated with. That means lots of regular folks will be stuck somewhere down the line trying to follow along.
Billy Darr, Norbey Broquis and Amir Hacham don’t show you how to drive traffic effectively. Instead of an effective and easy-to-follow means of driving traffic, Billy encourages his audience to use hype on their JV pages to get people’s attention. When I first heard him say that, I thought I heard wrong. But there it was. Another word for hype, in this context, is deception. It’s unbelievable to hear someone advise their audience to flag on their sales endeavor by the deliberate use of deception.
There’s a very slim chance you’re going to make any money with this system at all, let alone amounts ranging from $100 to $500 per day every day.
I recommend you take this 100% free training that’s completely hype-free instead of wasting time paying for stuff that won’t yield the promised results.
When I read that sales page and saw something about three simple steps to make money with, I couldn’t wait to get in and find out what the three simple steps were. I eventually got in and didn’t see anything simple, let alone three things that yield financial gain. Billy Darr’s $250K Freedom Class is made of several complex steps, which don’t even guarantee your Internet Marketing Success. All that talk about three simple, stupid steps was pure hype, which Billy Darr seems to be an avowed and ardent advocate of.
One of the headings on that sales page would have you believe that the entire process is very easy with no complicated hurdles to jump over. When you watched those videos, did anything strike you as simple? Didn’t you rather see how complicated the several steps that make up the $250K Freedom Class were?
Billy Darr’s, Norbey Broquis’ and Amir Hacham’s $250K Freedom Class isn’t all the vendors claimed it is on their overhyped sales page. They aren’t teaching anything different from what you’ve probably always known. Furthermore, some of the information they teach is basic and available for free on the Internet.
The methods are anything but simple. Contrary to their claims on that overexaggerated sales page, you’ll have to jump a good number of complex hurdles before you’re even halfway ready to go live with your offers following their methods. Besides, you’ll have to keep some money aside to spend on freelancers or paid tools to get your web presence in place.
Having read this review, what’s your take on Billy Darr’s, Norbey Broquis’ and Amir Hacham’s $250K Freedom Class? Do you think it’s worth your money? Please share your thoughts with the community below.
Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.