Glynn comes up with a product he calls the $200 Cash Hack. He claims this system can make you over $200 in one hour using a secret free traffic hack. He claims you don’t need a product, you don’t need a website, you don’t need to be a techy geek, you don’t even need to have any money and you don’t need to waste your precious time. He promises to show you how to generate $200 per day by working only 20 minutes each day, using a free traffic method. He also promises to show you how to get the highest converting offers that could make you rich overnight. He also promises to show you how to get accepted by any CPA network in the world. These are amazing, dreamy promises. But how true are they? You don’t have long to find out below.
I’m not an affiliate of Glynn’s $200 Cash Hack. I’m just objectively reviewing it as I’ve done with several other Internet Marketing products in the past. I do this to protect my innocent readers from making the mistake of spending their hard-earned money and wasting their precious time on broken Internet Marketing products that’ll leave them disappointed and stranded. I use these reviews to recommend 100% free Internet Marketing products that’ll help them achieve their Internet Marketing dreams.
If you’re on a tight schedule, then read this condensed version of the review: If you’re considering to buy $200 Cash Hack because you’re hoping that after check out, you’ll start to make $200 or more in one hour working only 20 minutes per day starting today, using a little-known free traffic source as you saw on that sales page, I’m afraid, chances are you’ll be disappointed for all the reasons I gave in the main body of the review. Besides, you’ll laugh to find out what that secret free traffic source is within the body of the review below.
After I checked out, there was an upsell ($27), a down sell ($9), a coaching offer ($197) etc. For the record, I wasn’t allowed access to my purchase until after I was forced to watch every one of the sales pitches by Glynn who was trying to sell me more of his products as upsells or down sells. There were no provisions of buttons or links to skip the sales videos or pass up the offers in order to proceed to the product I paid for.
Those links only appeared after several wasted minutes of watching those sales videos against my will. I found that very frustrating and unethical. It’s kind of like a sales person in the physical world kidnapping and locking you up somewhere, in order to give themselves a chance to get your attention and show you all the other stuff they wish to sell to you after the first one you bought from them. How annoying is that!
There were several other upsells and down sells after the ones I’m drawing attention to here. After the last down sell, I was required to enter my name and email into a certain web form to have Glynn and his team send me the login details of the $200 Cash Hack. Having seen their underhanded methods, I won’t be surprised if there’s a hidden motive of spamming me to death through the contact details I provided.