Jeff Paul Scam – Shortcuts to Internet Millions
I saw the infomercial for Jeff Paul’s Shortcuts to Internet Millions program one night while flipping through channels. Because I’m an internet marketer, it caught my interest because I had never seen a mainstream ad on TV for an internet marketing related product.
I knew who Jeff Paul was too so I wanted to see what he was offering. I was really surprised at the way the infomercial turned out. Seemed like one big joke to me!
For one thing, the busty hosts, Tina Milano and Kelly Britz were really bad actors and I couldn’t help laughing when Tina (the brunette) checked the computer and exclaimed, “OMG, I just made an $300 while we’re sitting here talking.”
But that’s not the worst of it.
Jeff Paul Misleads TV Audiences
Now lets say that I didn’t know anything about making money on the internet, I guess I would be all over this. The fact is, Jeff Paul knows how to push hot buttons and he knows what people want. Even though most would not admit it, people want tonnes of money fast without having to do much work. They want a lazy man’s system – a shortcut.
Bogus claims should do the trick. Like Shawn C. who sets up everything, goes on a cruise and when he gets back in about 7 days, he had made over $400,000.00.
Incredible! What we don’t know is that Shawn Casey is actually a friend of Jeff Paul’s, who already makes huge sums of money on the internet. He doesn’t need Shortcuts to Internet Millions. Now I’m thinking the other testimonials were done by Jeff Paul’s millionaire friends as well. How shady can you get?
Does Shortcuts To Internet Millions Work?
Its entirely possible to make $400,000.00 on the internet. But only if you already know how the internet works when it comes to making money online.
There are NO shortcuts to making internet millions if you don’t already know how. At least not the way Jeff promises with his 3 Clicks to Cash or 10 Website businesses. You sure won’t get it in a $39 package in the mail. I know people who have been very successful at making money online who market very well and still they couldn’t do $400,000.00 in a week or even a month or two.
There is no magic formula to making millions of dollars online. Although the internet provides one of the easiest ways for anyone to become financially free and make extra money it takes work and know how.
False promises, bogus claims and shady marketing? Hmmmmm. Do I think its a scam? Here’s what one guy who bought Jeff Paul’s Shortcuts to Internet Millions said about the program.
Comment from actual user on this Shortcuts to Internet Millions review that used to be on Hubpages.com:
I bought the Jeff Paul CDROM based Internet Millions course.
It was a set of very poorly structured CDs, some of which had 3 or 4 small .PDF files and the rest of the disk filled with Adobe Reader and other freely available crap.
Some of the disks had videos which are mostly the looooog version of how Jeff paul and a few other people were dirt poor and suffering before they, BLAH BLAH…
VERY little real info on the initial set of disks, for $85
The purchase also includes a REQUIRED membership (first month free) in a web site hosting/preconfigured website structure. The HTML included is VERY primitive single page sales letter sites designed to sell the e-book crap that is all over Click-Bank.
I cancelled the membership after 20 day, and asked for the full refundm, and sent the crappy CDS back.
I got my money back after about 40 days, and some new sales guy calls me about every 3 weeks to “upsell” me on another add-on that wil generte more $$$ for Jeff Paul.
The infomercial is offensivey dumb, even with the fine cleaveage that both women keep bending forward to show us, but I had HOPED that there would be some real, useable, worhthwhile information in the CDs.
And there are even more evidence on other sites that the program isn’t as useful as it should be as well as claims of people being harassed by telemarketers and having their credit cards charged even though they cancelled the rebills.
Jeff Paul’s Shortcuts to Internet Millions fails to live up to his very hypy infomercial that was obviously designed to lure computer unsavvy people into buying into the hope that this would be their break at making millions.
By using the television medium, he is able to get people who don’t care to do much research to respond to his tricks. Hopefully, people will take a second to go to their computers to check out this Shortcuts program before buying.
Jeff Paul’s Shortcuts to Internet Millions, the $39 version leaves out the important parts and thats where the telemarketers come in, to sell access to the real info which costs thousands of dollars for his VIP club – which is really sad because the people who really need the program don’t have thousands of dollars to throw away on this like maybe Shawn Casey.