What’s Up Ya Internet Marketing Fanatics!
It’s Danyon Togia here in the Stopping Scams hiz-house, and today I’ll be reviewing The Ultimate Instant Cash Arsenal created by Okogbenin Andrew (what a unique name). Okogbenin claims that his system is a secret method that is “currently turning absolute newbies into 6-figure earners in any niche on the internet right now!” He claims that his system helps him to get instant traffic to his website, instantly convert his traffic into buyers, and creates hands-free money for him. Lastly, he claims that “The Ultimate Instant Cash Arsenal is a step-by-step crash course” where he shows you the secret method that has helped him produce a fortune online so you can “kiss your frustration goodbye” and instantly begin to make money.
Let’s see if Okogbenin can deliver a high-quality internet marketing product to go along with those dank claims of his.
Oh – and just so ya know, Stopping Scams isn’t affiliated with Okogbenin Andrew or his Ultimate Instant Cash Arsenal product. We dedicate this website to providing you with real, honest, authentic reviews that tell you both the good AND the bad about any and every product that’s worth reviewing. In the process, you save tons of money and time by not investing your hard-earned resources into crappy products, and instead purchase affordable products that deliver a ton of value to you in hopes that your dream of becoming a filthy rich, successful internet marketer will come true!
If you just want the quick review of Okogbenin Andrew’s internet marketing product, here it is:
The Ultimate Instant Cash Arsenal is another internet marketing product that you can add to the garbage can. Even though it includes a few good points on the fundamentals of internet business, the training material is extremely lacking in quality, the product bonuses are just leads that will chuck you into another crappy sales funnel, and it’s just an overall crappy product.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
After purchasing Okogbenin’s product, I was met with a total of three upsells including what seemed to be an email marketing course, another internet marketing product, and an affiliate marketing course.
After skipping the upsells, I was taken to the download page for The Ultimate Instant Cash Arsenal Machine that looks a little something like this.