Dr. Amit Pareek, who says he studied medicine for six years, and Engr. Ashu Kumar, his partner, are offering the world of online income seekers the opportunity to make money online in 48 hours without spending money through their system, the Zero Cost Income Formula. Anyone who watches their very engaging and compelling sales video can hardly resist the temptation to give their system a go, which is probably why you’re reading this review.
They say they’re a real medical doctor and an engineer who found Internet Marketing more fulfilling than their previous occupations. They claim you can use the methods they teach to generate a steady income from the multiple sources of online income, or even sell their training material as your own and keep 100% of the profit.
I’m not promoting Amit Pareek’s and Ashu Kumar’s Zero Cost Income Formula. I’m only reviewing it to help shoppers decide whether they should proceed with their purchase plans or not.
This brief version of the review is for folks in a hurry: Amit’s and Ahus’s Zero Cost Income Formula isn’t what that sales page says it is. For starters, they don’t show you how to make money without spending money. The money-making methods they advocate are legitimate ways of making money online, but they cost money to implement. Next, the training is mostly theory. After that, you can only make money with the MRR and PLR aspects of it if you follow the recommendations in the main body of this review.
After I checked out, there were upsells and down sells. I had trouble getting access to the product I paid for even after I passed up the upsells and down sells. But after spending a while reaching support and trying repeatedly, I was eventually granted access.
Shortly after I got access to the members’ area of the Zero Cost Income Formula training, I noticed a contradiction in the names of the publishers. On the sales page, Amit Pareek named his business partner, Ashu Kumar, who he also referred to as his brother. But in the members’ area, the names below some texts were Amit Pareek and Ashu Pareek. I didn’t know what to make of the disparity in names. There are only two possible explanations – a mistake or a sign of dishonesty.
There were videos, cheat sheets, mind maps, and resources. The videos folder was 2.5GB for the Amazon Simplified training and 2.0GB for the Freelancing Simplified training. Those were the largest of the folders, which took a while to download.
The Zero Cost Income Formula has a lot of theory in it. Though some of the theory is useful information, the training doesn’t show the viewer how to implement the lessons. For instance, the presenter talked about the benefits of selling Kindle books on Amazon.com, which is a way many folks are making a killing online, but he didn’t show his audience how to go about it in a step-by-step manner.
In order to successfully sell your Kindle books on Amazon’s platform in the midst of the fierce competition, you ought to know how to rank your Kindle books. Some of the things you can do to achieve that are providing an eye-catching cover, giving your Kindle books away initially to gain positive reviews, researching keywords on Amazon to implement into your title, and so on. However, the presenter didn’t say anything about these very useful clues.
Furthermore, in the Freelancing Simplified training videos, there was basic information like the definition of the word “freelance” and how and when the word was derived and adopted into the English language. The presenter even gave hints on a couple of things a newbie freelancer should do, such as studying the kinds of jobs offered to freelancers, defining your type of clients, creating a good profile, registering on all freelance websites to increase the chances of getting hired, and so on.
He even listed the benefits of being a freelancer, such as being able to go on vacations whenever you choose, being your own boss, never having to worry about getting fired, etc. But the problem is that none of the above-given information is step-by-step. For instance, he said to create a good profile but didn’t state what would constitute a good profile. Besides, most folks who are looking to be freelancers already know some if not all of the above information. What they need is the step-by-step process to start making life-changing income by freelancing, which the training didn’t provide.
They promised on their sales page that their training would show you a zero cost way to make money online. But apart from the cost of purchasing their product, they also teach ways to make money online that would cost money. For example, in order to sell your own products on Amazon, you need capital to first buy the stuff you’re looking to sell.
Even if you’re looking to sell stuff on Amazon as an affiliate, they clearly stated in their training that you’ll need to be able to drive traffic through your affiliate links. They mentioned that blogging is great a way to drive traffic. Anyone who knows a bit about Internet Marketing will agree that blogging costs money.
For starters, you’ll need to pay for a domain name. Then, you’ll have to pay for web hosting. After that, you’ll either have to create quality content for your blog or outsource it to a professional freelancer for a fee.
If you’re looking to buy the resale rights and private label rights to market them and keep 100 percent of the proceeds, I recommend that you roll up your sleeves and get to work because those ready-made articles will constitute duplicate content on the Internet, which Google and the other search engines strongly disapprove of.
The search engines penalize websites that hold duplicate content with poor rankings. If folks can’t find your website because the search engines punished it with invisibility, there’s no way you can make money with it. The only way to avoid the search engine penalties is by rewriting the articles and restructuring the rest of the generic content that comes with the resale rights and private label rights products.
Dr. Amit Pareek and Engr. Ashu Kumar did a good job of providing the foundational knowledge of making money with Amazon and making money with freelancing. But that’s what it is – basic knowledge. There was more theoretical information than practical information in the video series. Furthermore, contrary to their promise on the sales page, you’ll have to spend money to make money online, especially on Amazon.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.