We have a lot to cover with CPA Arbitrage 2.o. I’m not happy. Chris Cobb and Eddy Croft are the two fellas that put this “product” together and they’re up there with the best scammers in this industry.
I am not an affiliate for CPA Arbitrage 2.0. When I first logged into the members’ area I thought that this could be something good. As usual, I was very disappointed. I don’t understand how people can sell crap like this and still sleep at night. I wouldn’t dream of selling something like this.
Are you ready to see what CPA Arbitrage is like behind the curtains? Let’s get to it!
What is CPA Arbitrage 2.0? According to Chris Cobb it is buying links relatively cheaply and then selling them for more than you purchased them for.
Clicks Paid For < Clicks Sold For = Profit
Chris has even made a little video explaining how it works. It’s a terrible video and let’s be honest, are we really surprised by that?
Everything else in this course is borderline fluff to make it seem like you’ve spent your money on something worthwhile. In the members’ area there’s a lot of focus on Chris’ “$10k Game Plan” which I’ll cover in a second.
After having to sit through 2 videos and paying $47 to gain access to the program I would’ve expected more than want Chris Cobb and Eddy Croft have provided.
And who is Eddy Croft? You never see him. Chris Cobb mentions him multiple times as his “business partner” and that he was the guy who showed him “the secret to making all this money online”… But that’s it.
This seems fishy to me.
When you first log into the members’ area you’ll see all the topics the CPA Arbitrage 2.0 course covers. I’ll be honest, the list looks pretty impressive:
It looks impressive right? Facebook Ads, Tracking, Optimisation, List Building and so on.
When you dig into each module you’ll find there are several sub-topics in each. Here are 2 modules that I’ve expanded to show you how Chris and Eddy have broken each module down:
Module 2: “Network Types” has been broken down into 8 different sections. Module 10: “List Building” has been broken down into 6 different sections. Each section, in all the modules (not just these 2), has been broken down like this. Inside each sub-topic you’ll find a video created by Chris which will give you all the information he feels you’ll need.
It looks good right?
Well I’m afraid it only looks good on the surface.
Each video glosses over what each topic is. There are no “How to” videos or PDFs explaining how you actually implement what Chris is talking about. You’re left on your own when it comes to actually putting it into action.
Rarely, a video will tell you how to do whatever topic they’re discussing. But only couple out of the 50+ videos? Really?
Do you think this is what a course is supposed to provide? A course that’s supposed to show you the riches both these guys have achieved? I don’t think so.
Most of the course points you towards this “$10k Game Plan” that Chris and Eddy offer. What is this “$10k Game Plan”?
Having to sit through 2 sales videos just to get inside the members’ area was bad enough. Now there’s a 3rd sales video in which Chris tries to get you to sign up to his $497 coaching program.
Well there are so many holes to point out that it’ll prove that these guys are just out to get your money. They don’t have your best interests at heart – they just want your money.
The first thing I noticed was that the video and sales copy underneath it didn’t match:
As you can clearly see above, the copy states that there are only 10 places available for December. Wait a minute… Have I gone back in time? It’s February when I’m reviewing this as far as I’m aware. And it continues…
This was just a little further down the page. How can anybody take this guy seriously when he can’t even change the copy on the page so it matches? It’s bad enough that it’s February when I reviewed this product but to have 2 different dates on the same page clearly shows Chris and Eddy are not keeping this product up to date.
In the internet world keeping up to date is vital.
Just to add salt to the wound, Chris says “the doors open up tonight to get access to this special group” and that horrible yellow $497 button appears.
Chris stresses that there are a limited number spots for this course. Well clearly not. The copy is at least 2 months out of date and the sales button still appears which will take you to a sales page. This shows that he’s still taking money.
Then we have the usual flashing and bragging scammers like to do:
This is over 70% of the video. Chris sitting there bragging about his many homes, all of his money, his several cars…
Come on man! All he’s doing is playing on peoples’ emotions. People who are desperate to succeed online that dream of these things. Chris rubs this in peoples’ faces, if he even owns any of these things, implying that they can also get all of this if they follow his system.
That’s never going to happen.
CPA Arbitrage 2.0 is full of fluff to get you to pay Chris and Eddy $497 for the $10k Game Plan. Or $10,000 for “private coaching”:
I pray to god that no one has paid these 2 men $10,000 for private coaching.
The only legitimate piece of training within CPA Arbitrage 2.0 is that Chris talks about how important list building is.
Building a good quality email list is vital for the success of an online business. There have been many studies that prove online businesses with email lists have larger revenues and are more successful.
If you’re going to take anything away from CPA Arbitrage 2.0 it should be the importance of building an email list. That’s it. Other than that, you’ve just paid these two scammers $47 to be admitted into a sales funnel with extremely expensive coaching upsells.
Chris Cobb and Eddy Croft. Are you guys freaking kidding me?
Calling CPA Arbitrage 2.0 a “course” is a joke. All you’ve done is slapped up 50 odd videos telling people what XY and Z are with no explanation on how to actually complete the task. That’s the important part. If you don’t show people HOW to do it they’re no better off than before they paid $47 for the course.
It’s appalling, guys. Sort your sh*t out.
There are people out there that’ll show you HOW to do the tasks as well and won’t try to get you to sign up for $497 for out-of-date “special groups”. Or $10,000 for private coaching.
Our free training was created to legitimately help people trying to succeed online – for free – with no strings attached. Here’s how our free training courses compare to CPA Arbitrage 2.0:
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What do you think about CPA Arbitrage 2.0? Does it sound like Chris and Eddy have your best interests in mind? Is Eddy even REAL? I don’t think he is.
I want you to leave you thoughts and opinions about CPA Arbitrage 2.0 down below. I want to know if this is something you’d purchase or if you already have. I really look forward to hearing from you all.