I had a good laugh when I first saw Really Good Commissions by Frank Thomas and I’ll tell you why shortly. The make money online industry gets a really bad reputation and it’s because of people like Frank and his so called “course.”
I am not an affiliate for Really Good Commissions. Nor would I ever. I will however expose the truth behind this product and give you enough proof that you’ll thank me for saving you from purchasing yet another scam.
You can thank me with flowers. No chocolate! Hmm… Chocolate.
Anyway, let’s crack on shall we?
Really Good Commissions is a course, and I use the word course very loosely, that is suppose to show you how to “tap into unknown traffic sources.” which you send to products you’ll later find. You’d then earn a commission if the visitor made a purchase.
So it’s an affiliate marketing course. But an extremely bad one.
Frank’s “course” is very simple to follow. Here’s his entire process in 5 steps:
That’s it. Pretty sure step 1 breaks copyright laws, but we’ll continue with the review anyway.
I managed to find 6 things that stood out to me when I watched the first 3 minutes of Frank’s 14 minutes sales video on his site. Not only do these scream “scam” to me, but these are very common in products like this.
So if you see anything like this elsewhere online you’ll know to keep you cash in your pocket.
#1 Bold Claims. Less than a minute into the video you’ll hear a woman (the woman in the picture above) claim that she “made $2,351 for just using the system for 5 minutes.” What!? If this was true everybody would be doing it and you wouldn’t have people struggling to make it online.
You’ve heard the saying “if it sounds to good too be true it usually is” right? Well this applies to Really Good Commissions.
If a product claims to make crazy amounts of money like this using a “system” in a matter of minutes then steer clear. This is a psychological tactic employed by dodgy marketers.
#2 Flashy Bank Statements. Anytime you see anyone flash a bank statement, especially 6 figure statements like in this sales video, then again steer clear. It is very easy to create fake statements as most of the time it’s the case in sales videos like this.
#3 The voice over guy says “you’re not going to see gurus flashing their money.” Well what’s the first 45 seconds of the video then? The point I made before about the flashy bank statements happens in the beginning of the sales video and then the voice over guy says you’re not going to see any of that.
Contradicted yourself there my friend and sadly it’s not the only time.
#4 The voice over guy says “you don’t need their (the other gurus’) one click software.” Less than a minute before this is said you are told that a part of this system involves uploading something to a secret website in only one click.
Not only is the something unknown he claims that it only takes one click. Yes it may not be software you’re using but I’d still say he’s contradicted himself for a second time.
Also he says you’ll be able to get “one click riches from unknown sources” but I think I’ve already made my point.
#5 The voice over guy says “you’re not going to see any flashy video or hype.” Oh I’m sorry, the dramatic music, so-called customer testimonials and several shots of bank statements aren’t flashy or hype? Think I need to read the dictionary again as I must have the wrong definition in my head.
#6 My favourite one, the voice over guy says “I don’t have a product to sell.” Ha! I literally laughed out loud when I heard this. Frank is selling this course that’s suppose to give you all these riches he promises but “I don’t have a product to sell.”
Please guys remember these 6 things. If you see any of these in any other video then it’s a surefire sign that what’s trying to be sold to you is a lot of rubbish.
On the first page when you sign into the members area you’ll see 4 steps to take. The first 3 are upsells for things you apparently need to make the program work. The 4 step takes you to the course.
The first one is for the “Cash Portal” which is just a domain and hosting for your website you are told to buy.
The second is for the “Lightning Traffic Software” which is what you’ll use to steal, I mean download, videos you find online. These can be videos from YouTube or any other website you can watch a video from.
The third is for a webinar. I haven’t attended this webinar and to be honest I don’t plan to either because it would just waste my time even more. No doubt I’ll be told I need to purchase something else to make this “secret method” work even better.
Not only do you have these 3 upsells but once you’re inside the members area you’ll see adverts for many other products you can find on ClickBank. So now Frank is trying to get you to buy these other products as well.
All of these before you see anything to do with his training.
I really wish I could give this a lower rating because I wouldn’t even call this a course, or a “secret method” which is what it’s called in the sales video. When you’re paying $49 to be sold other things and to be blasted adverts I don’t know what to call it.
I’m just disgusted.
Frank has slapped together a few videos and whipped up a sales video to prey on people who think that what’s being sold is legit.
So what is out there that is legitimate? Well our free training is a pretty awesome place to start:
I’ve been looking at different online products for a while and this probably one of the worst I’ve seen. After reading my review do you think you’ve found something that’s even worse? I highly doubt it but I’ll be extremely interested if you can prove me wrong.
Leave your comments, thoughts and opinions down below and don’t forget to mention anything else out there that you believe is worse than Really Good Commissions.