Instant Tube Income Review: Can you Make $100/day with It?

Instant Tube Income Review: Can You Make $100+ Daily with It?

By Eugenson | Negative Reviews

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Their Claims

Billy Daar, Justin Opay, and Shawn Ambrose have collaborated to produce another Internet Marketing training they named Instant Tube Income. They claim that they made $101.52 the day before they composed their sales copy. As usual, they claim it’s newbie friendly and can earn you $100+ per day while working for just a few minutes. They claim that you don’t need any complicated web designing skills, you don’t need to create a product, it’s got nothing to do with making and posting videos, it works for any niche, and you can start making money with it as soon as this week.

I’m not in cahoots with Billy Daar, Justin Opay and Shawn Ambrose to showcase and sell their Instant Tube Income for financial gain. This is only an unbiased review written to provide information for my reading audience, who might be looking to buy it.

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Summary: Instant Tube Income Review

In case you don’t have the time to go through the entire review, read this short version: The Instant Tube Income training teaches a legitimate but risky traffic driving method through YouTube videos. This method has potential for profit. But it also has potential for loss, especially for newbies who don’t have a ton of money to throw around while testing the waters. The details are in the main body of the review.

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I Checked Out

After I checked out, Billy Daar offered me an upsell that costs $17. I passed it up and ran into a down sell of the same product. This time, it was $11. I passed it up again and ran into another down sell of the same product. The third down sell was for $9. We transited from $17 to $9. When a product publisher offers you something for a certain amount and keeps reducing the cost when you pass up the offer, it means one of two things. First, the product is possibly a piece of crap. Next, the vendor or publisher meant to make more money off of you than the product is worth from the outset. Either way, it’s a blood-red flag.


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Cost of upsell

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Down sell

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