Private Label Rights, or PLR, use to be popular in the early 2000’s. You could buy a collection of eBooks, music files, videos or basically anything digital and you’d own the rights to resell them at whatever price you wanted. 99.9% of the creators just asked that you don’t change anything within the products, which is fair enough.
But the problems with that are:
Web Cash Cow is another one of these sellers with a package of crap to sell to you.
I am not an affiliate for Web Cash Cow. You should never get involved with PLR products… Ever.
Let’s take a look at Web Cash Cow because this one took me about 3.2 seconds to see it was a scam. Then I got undeniable proof, which I’ll share with you below.
Web Cash Cow gives you 50+ pre-built niche websites with products to sell. These are all PLR websites so you “own” everything on them including the products themselves. The only thing you can’t do is edit or modify them in any way. You can modify the sales pages but not the products.
50+ websites all for $25. Seems good, right? I mean it’s less than $0.50 per website.
These products are so cheesy, tacky, useless, and outdated that I’d be surprised if anyone buys them. I mean if people were buying these products, why would you be selling the niche sites with the products for less than $0.50 and have other people selling it to? This should tell you what the quality is like.
Like the poorly made sales video says, be wise! Save time and money by not buying this rubbish.
But let’s see exactly what you get for $25.
Let’s have a quick look at the copyright information you’re given to see what you can and can’t do with these 50+ websites and products:
Please remember that these products include either Basic Resale Rights, Private Label Rights and/or Master Resale Rights, and/or Giveaway Rights!
You must check each individual product to determine if any restrictions have been placed on them by the originator.
Please note that we obtained products directly from a party that has the authority to sell the product. Therefore, we are passing on the rights as they have been presented to us.
You are free to alter the accompanying sales page(s) as you like.
(1) If you are new to selling digital items online be aware that a few developers state that you cannot alter the sales page except the price, payment links, etc. We don’t honor this restriction and it is not enforceable unless stated prior to the purchase.
(2) You should alter the sales page as it will be similar to many others eventually on the Internet. Search engines may penalize your site for this. Make changes along with your own keywords and you will get better page rankings.
Again, thank you for your purchase and be sure to check “Income Generating E-Commerce Website” with Private Label Rights, Master Resale Rights and Giveaway Rights”
As you can see you can modify sales pages but not the products themselves.
If you look at the first paragraph, it says you must check each individual product to see what rights it has. There might be a product that you can sell and there could be another that you can only give away for free.
Something to be careful of.
The second paragraph says that this collection wasn’t created by the guys at Web Cash Cow. They just bought them off someone else and are now selling them to you. This is how PLR works. Buy crap from one person and then try and sell the crap to someone else.
So all they’ve done is slapped their cow on the front and are now asking for $25.
When you get into the backend you’re able to download the 50 websites on the sales page. Here’s a screenshot of how you download the niche sites:
This is all you see in the back end. Just a massive list of the websites. I even downloaded a few and you get the zip file you’d then upload to your hosting company via an FTP connection.
All the websites look like they were made in 1999. Having an extremely outdated website along with a crappy eBook isn’t going to make you many sales. In the online world it’s vital that you stay up-to-date with how marketing works. It changes all the time. Google has made more radical algorithm changes in the past 2 years than they have in the last 10 years.
When you scroll to the bottom of the page in the members’ area you see this:
Okay… We’ve just purchased the product but we’re being asked to register again to get “Free Lifetime Access” to the “backroom”? I think that’s a bit weird but I signed up anyway and was sent to this page:
It’s been almost a week since I registered and I still haven’t been activated. Are you kidding me?
I’ve been sold something I can’t get access to.
All I get are the 50 outdated, worthless websites from the 90s. The “backroom” where you get all the updates and other products basically no longer exists because the 3 Musketeers who own the site are not longer keeping it active.
Remember these faces:
These are three untrustworthy people who you should steer clear from online.
Let’s recap. You’re paying for products 1000’s of other people are selling already, which you can’t modify to make better. If you want to attempt to resell it, you can alter the sales page to make it sound more legitimate, but you can’t make the product any better without infringing on someone else’s copyrights.
So, in essence, you can dress the diseased cash cow up to make people think you’re not ripping them off, but ultimately rip them off with the same worthless, crappy content you’ve been duped into buying.
You’re definitely not onto a winner with Web Cash Cow. Avoid this like the plague.
In fact stay away from all PLR or “spun” products online because 99.99% of the time they’re crap. Hashed up information thrown together just to make the package look better.
There are ways to sell other people’s products and make money. It’s called affiliate marketing and our 100% free training teaches that and many other topics VERY well. When we compare them with Web Cash Cow it’s night and day:
Now you have a decision. Learn how to make money online the right way or try and resell a bunch of rehashed crap, hoping you make enough money to pay for your next purchase at Starbucks.
Which would you choose?
Have you guys heard of Private Label Rights stuff before? Do you think 50 little niche websites made back in 1999 or whenever it was are worth $25? I’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions on this down in the comments below.
Come on now, don’t be shy.