What’s Up Ya Internet Marketing Fanatics!
It’s Danyon Togia here in the StoppingScams hiz-house. Today, I’ll be reviewing Evergreen Incomes Machines created by Andy Brocklehurst, Declan Mc, and Simple Spencer. They’ve made a bunch of the generic internet marketing claims that you’ll hear on most I.M. product – they say that this product is a newbie friendly way of making money online. They claim that it’s a $10,000 per month system that requires no previous internet marketing experience for it to work. They also say that it’s an extremely easy, automated system that requires little work to set up, and will stuff money into your Paypal account.
Let’s see if these boys can deliver a quality I.M. product to back up these generic claims.
Oh – There’s something I forgot to tell you… Ian and I aren’t affiliated with Evergreen Incomes Machines or its product creators. We’re just two blokes providing honest, authentic, real internet marketing reviews to help you so that you’re not left wasting your money on crappy products that deliver no value to you whatsoever; there’s so much fluff on the internet in relation to making money online – our job is to make sure you don’t buy this fluff.
With that outta the way, let’s move into the review.
Whilst the principles that Andy and his boys teach in Evergreen Income Machines are tried and true, the execution of the strategy is extremely lackluster. There are so many missing elements in this offer (mainly in relation to how to get traffic and which product/service to sell), and Evergreen Income Machines definitely isn’t something that’s going to make you a ton of money in a short period of time as the sales page says so. For that reason, I advise you NOT to purchase this product.
There were three upsells in total following the purchase of Evergreen Income Machine. These products included an upgraded version of the original product (pretty much a product claiming to help you make more money online in a shorter amount of time), a done-for-you internet business system, and a traffic-generation product.
After skipping the upsells, I created an account and was taken to a pretty terrible-looking membership site that looks a little something like this.