1 • Kind of Unrealistic Claims
Truth is, I’ve seen way worse…
But still, PIM’s page is full of unrealistic claims about the results the course could bring.
Some of them are
- Earning $2000 per month fast and easy without much effort
- The course reveals the “secret formula” to earning money on autopilot (just like thousands of others do)
- You just need 2 new subscribers per day (which is actually much harder than it sounds)
- You can set the whole thing up in just a few minutes (that might actually be true as building a website is a piece of cake nowadays)
- You need no website or email list
- The system has never been revealed before
While all those claims are not that unrealistic, I highly doubt that Passive Income Machine will be able to deliver them.
The thing is that no system can ever earn money for you automatically in no time and with no effort.
I am not saying that you could not end up earning thousands a week on autopilot but it will definitely take as much time, effort, and patience as it would take for any other substantial and long-lasting achievement.
Unfortunately for most, there’s no fast, easy, and effortless success.
2 • Limited Training
PIM’s training is very limited both in terms of quality and quantity.
16 videos with a 15-minute average running time are supposed to teach you how to build an online business which brings in $2000 per month?
I really don’t think so.
And building, maintaining, and scaling a membership website or platform is going to be even harder than running let’s say an online affiliate marketing business.
Not to mention that even with the best online marketing training, the chances of ending up with a failed online business are still pretty high (according to many sources, 90% of online businesses will fail within their first 120 days).
With low-quality training, the chances of failure easily rise up to 99%.
I doubt that you can succeed with PIM alone. If you don’t give up halfway to success, you’ll probably end up purchasing additional training at some point.
3 • Success Stories Seem Fabricated
As we’ve seen right above, the success stories displayed within PIM’s main sales page are most likely fabricated.
This shows that PIM’s creators are not confident that they’ll ever manage to get authentic positive testimonies from random people who have purchased and tried their course.
So, they decided to lie about it…
4 • No Audience
Besides creating mediocre courses, Paul Nicholls and Trevor Carr are running their own blogs and YouTube channels.
However, both their blogs and YouTube channels show no engagement from other people whatsoever.
Also, they are full of spammy reviews of their own low-quality products.
Their YouTube channels have the least total views that I have ever seen on any YouTube channel.
Those are definitely not signs of successful internet marketers which can teach people how to earn their living online.
5 • Lying About The Money-Back Guarantee
Last but not least, at the bottom of PIM’s main sales page, you’ll find out that the course actually has a money-back guarantee (see image below).
However, once you hit the “Add to Cart” button and get redirected to the checkout page, it says that there are no refunds on this product (see image below).
So, is or isn’t there a money-back guarantee?
I really, REALLY don’t think so…
And taking into account the unrealistic claims and the fake success stories, this is hit #3.