Secret Income Club Review:
$579 Per Day Really? NOPE!

Secret Income Club is probably one of the crappiest products (if anyone could actually call this a product) I’ve come across in my 3 years as an affiliate marketer and product reviewer.

It’s the classic old story which you will come across tons of times until you manage to actually figure out a legit way to earn money online – an extremely low-quality website which claims that it has discovered “the secret formula” which can teach you how to make hundreds and even thousands of dollars in a few hours and with just a few clicks.

At the same time, Secret Income Club is even crappier than most similar programs because it doesn’t even offer a training of its own. It’s just a page which after capturing your name and email, sends you off to other already existing crappy courses. If anyone purchases one of those courses, Jeffrey Hart, SIC’s creator, will obtain a commission.

Seriously, don’t expect that you’ll ever earn any serious money with it… You will neither learn something of value that could be useful for you in the future, besides the fact that when you are looking for shortcuts, you’ll always end up scammed, frustrated, and back to square one.

Don’t worry, you are about to understand what I am talking about in this review.

However, before I move on, I want to let you know that if you are in need of earning your living online, just like me, and you don’t want to keep wasting your time, effort, and money joining mediocre or useless programs which will probably take you nowhere near your monetary goals, I would strongly suggest that you do yourself a favor, ditch this review RIGHT NOW, and go ahead and take a look at my #1 Suggestion right below.

Earnings Potential

Earnings Potential


Zero potential here. You’ll just end up losing money if you purchase the courses it promotes.


Funnels to several crappy ClickBank training programs which promise riches overnight with no effort.

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$47 – $97+ depending on the ClickBank product you end up purchasing. Most of them have upsells and money-back guarantees.




No support, technical or otherwise, whatsoever. After purchase, you are all alone.

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Success Stories


Some success stories again depending on the ClickBank product. 99.9% of them are fake.

Overall Rating:



Fuck NO!

Secret Income Club Overview

  • A lot of courses to choose from
  • Not so expensive recommendations
  • Some of them have low-cost and/or free trials
  • Most of them have money-back guarantees
  • Unrealistic claims of earning a lot of money fast without putting in any actual effort
  • Most courses offer poor quality, superficial training
  • Jeffrey Hart = fake owner
  • Using sales tricks to lure you into buying the recommendations
  • Plants unhealthy beliefs about success
  • Won’t make you any money
  • No training of its own… Just recommending other crappy courses to collect commissions

What is Secret Income Club by Jeffrey Hart?

Secret Income Club is lately being promoted a lot through email and social media campaigns and that’s why I thought that now it’s a good opportunity to review it and maybe save some people from believing and purchasing its crap.

I don’t really know how to describe Secret Income Club because it’s not like a “normal” course but I’ll do my best for you!

So, Secret Income Club is basically a website which claims that it will show you the way to earning thousands per month online for free, just by filling in your country, name, and email.

Of course, this is just a sales pitch for “King Jeffrey” to get his hands on your email address and then

  • Send you off to random useless ClickBank products which promise to make you rich overnight
  • Use your email to keep promoting to you several other low-quality products which will supposedly make you the richest man on Earth but will really take you nowhere near your financial goals

What’s in it for Jeffrey you ask?

Well, commissions of course! Jeffrey is actually affiliated with every single product he promotes. When someone purchases what he promotes, he gets to keep up to 75% of the total amount paid.

Also, be aware that Secret Income Club also uses a website rotation system.

This means that every time you revisit or refresh SIC’s page, you’ll be presented with a different page, containing different but equally ridiculous claims, which once you fill in your info will redirect you to a different but equally crappy ClickBank course.

This technique is actually used to increase reach, conversions, as well as split test different options to see which page performs the best so they display it more.

So, don’t be surprised if every time you visit SIC you come across a different page.

Below, you can see some images from 5 different sales pages that I came across while trying to find out more about Secret Income Club.

Every single page will make claims such as that it’s simple and easy to get started, registration is free, no previous experience is required, you’ll be one of the thousands of the members who feel like they’ve won the lottery by joining the program and blah blah blah.

Sure… You almost convinced me to something…

It goes without question that none of the SIC’s earnings claims are true and if you make the mistake of purchasing one of its recommendations, you’ll most likely just end up frustrated and a lot of dollars poorer.

Just a heads up before I move on…

There’s no magic pill or formula or blueprint to any kind of success. There are no systems or shortcuts to achieving anything great. There’s no easy and effortless way of earning money online or offline. If you are a logical person you can understand that no one is going to pay you for sitting on your ass just like YOU wouldn’t pay someone for just sitting on their ass.

If you are looking for a way out of investing the time and effort required to achieve your financial goals, you’ll never, EVER achieve them.

To achieve anything great takes time, patience, and working your ass off.

Get that well in your mind.

Lastly, what sounds too good to be true, 99.9% of the time really is.

Who is Secret Income Club for?

Secret Income Club is only for those who want to find out the hard way that there are no shortcuts, magic pills, one-click systems, or generally effortless and fast ways towards earning money online or basically anywhere.

Truth is that sometimes people have to fall for a scam to wake up to the ultimate reality of having to actually devote their time and make an effort to get what they want. Some of them multiple times.

If you still firmly believe that you can earn money the “easy way” as Secret Income Club promises, please be my guest, purchase one of the courses it endorses and let me know if that actually happens.

In fact, I am so confident that you won’t be able to make a dime with any of those courses that if you end up earning even $10 during the next 5 days with them, you can contact me and I will deposit $20 more right in your account (just kidding, I really won’t)… 😛

Who is Secret Income Club NOT for?

Secret Income Club is NOT for those who are serious about creating a sustainable, long-term source of income online.

Such people might be those who

  • Want to create another sustainable source of full-time income in order to quit a job they hate
  • Work a part-time job and are in need of a stable supplementary income
  • Stay at home to take care of their newborns (stay-at-home moms)
  • Would rather be their own boss than having a boss, bossing them around (LOL)
  • Would just love the idea of earning their living online working from the comfort of their own home or wherever else they want
  • Trot the globe
  • Long to escape the 9-5 rat race and instead live a unique life
  • Are unemployed, can’t land a job, or are getting constantly fired from jobs
  • etc

If you are among those people, then trust me, ditch this review, and go ahead to check out my #1 Suggestion below because Secret Income Club is not going to even come close to fulfilling your needs.

For example, since my ultimate goal is to create a full-time income online, become my own boss, and not have to work another boring, exhausting, unmotivating job ever again in my life, I wouldn’t even bother purchasing any of the courses Secret Income Club promotes.

What's Inside Secret Income Club?

There’s really nothing inside Secret Income Club.

As stated earlier, it offers no training, tools or support of its own whatsoever.

All it does is promote already existing ClickBank courses which claim that they are foolproof, done-for-you, one-click systems or blueprints which ensure your success very fast without effort on your part.

Some of those courses are

  • Viral Cash App
  • Daily Cash Siphon
  • eCom Profit Sniper
  • Gold Opinions
  • Five Minute Profit sites

among others and of course, the quality of all of them is lower than the lowest depths of hell.

See below some images of some of the products which Secret Income Club will promote to you once you fill your info in their main page.

Again, all of them make extraordinary claims that you’ll become the god of money tomorrow if you buy them.

Fuck, people will tell you all kinds of crap to squeeze a quick buck out of you nowadays.

It’s really impossible to know who you can trust.

Do People Actually Succeed With Secret Income Club?

The only people who are able to earn money with Secret Income Club are

  • Its owner, whoever is behind the name Jeffrey Hart
  • The owners of the courses Jeffrey Hart promotes through SIC
  • No one else

Here’s an overview of how they actually do it.

  • Jeffrey becomes a ClickBank affiliate and thus is able to earn commissions by getting people to purchase ClickBank courses 
  • He then creates Secret Income Club which redirects people to the courses he promotes
  • After that, he shares the Secret Income Club website through email, social media, YouTube, etc
  • When people who are gullible or desperate enough see all those claims of earning money fast without any effort their eyes turn into dollar signs, they take the bait and end up purchasing the courses Jeffrey promotes
  • Then Jeffrey happily pockets a percentage of each sale which can be up to 75%
  • The rest of the money go to the pockets of the actual creators of the courses Jeffrey promotes
  • The poor fuck who purchased the crappy course Jeffrey promoted regrets his decision and hates his life when he finds out that all those claims were bullshit and he got scammed

Hopefully all that makes sense…

Long story short, NONE of the programs promoted via Secret Income Club work as claimed and instead of helping you earn more money online they are the reason that you’ll end up with less money in your bank account.

Again, one last time…

Secret Income Club can never, not in a million years fulfill its fake promises and you will most probably never end up earning any money by purchasing the courses it promotes.

If you are serious about earning money online, stop wasting your time and energy and go ahead and check out my #1 Suggestion instead.

I promise you won’t regret it.

What I Like About Secret Income Club

Well, I don’t like being cynical, but the only thing I actually like about Secret Income Club is that most of the products it promotes come with a money-back guarantee so after you realize how much they suck, you can ask for a full refund of your money within 30 or 60 days after your initial purchase depending on the product.

At least, this way, you will have wasted just some of your time and not any of your money.

Also, the majority of the courses don’t cost more than $47 on the front-end but all of them will try to push down your throat a lot of optional upsells before and after your purchase.

The last thing I actually like about SIC is that you have the option to choose from a number of courses so you could go ahead and choose “the best one”.

On the other hand, the best of the courses SIC promotes will be worse than the worst of a bunch of mediocre ones.

So, yeah…

What I Don't Like About Secret Income Club

1 • Unrealistic Earnings Claims

Fuck, I really hate people and websites which claim that you can become rich overnight without making an effort just like Secret Income Club does.

Seriously, most of its claims are so ridiculous that is borderline funny…

Claims such as

  • Earning $579 per day
  • The system is so foolproof that has been featured several times on the news
  • It’s free (free to show you what to buy actually)
  • Weird trick exploits  $480-million glitch and legally “siphons” $395 per day in under 7 minutes with 19 clicks (does it really take that long to click a mouse 19 times?)
  • Untapped million-dollar goldmines which will automatically let you get a piece of the cake
  • Infinite money loophole, wormholes, and assholes
  • Living the dream life, traveling the world, buying expensive crap, posting cool vacation pictures with blue-ass, water on Instagram, etc (most useless ClickBank products such as Autopilot Profits and Profit Genesis 2.0 make the exact same promises to lure you into buying them)

What the fuck!!!

My head is spinning from all the money I will be able to make… NOT!

Basically, everything those products claim is a standard sleazy sales technique which is commonly used by scammers to promote low-quality products, hoping that some poor fuck falls for them.

I mean, come on!

Earning thousands a week is probably possible if you’re a veteran online marketer with years and years of experience on your back. It’s definitely not going to happen for a complete newbie who just purchased a plug and play, magical system which promises to make him rich with just a few (19) clicks a day.

In fact, no system can ever earn money for you automatically in no time and with no effort so you might as well stop wasting your time looking.

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, not just 19 clicks a day.

Come on, don’t tell me you fell for such claims…

You cannot be that stupid.

2 • Plants Unhealthy Beliefs About Success

The main problem with all those unrealistic claims I talked right above is that they might end up planting unhealthy beliefs and expectations about success.

Thinking that you are able to earn thousands of dollars overnight without making an effort is a dangerous concept because

  • First of all, it will definitely never happen
  • It gives you false hope and expectations
  • Makes you impatient and unwilling to work for it
  • Dramatically increases the chances of you quitting when you don’t see the immediate results you expected
  • It is actually the exact opposite of how real money can be made

So, not only Secret Income Club won’t help you achieve the monetary goals you want but it will most likely take you further away from them as well as fuck up your mindset, probably holding you back in other aspects of your life too.

3 • Extremely Low-Quality Courses

As stated for the thousandth time, the courses Secret Income Club promotes are just awful both in terms of quantity and quality so don’t expect that you’ll earn any money with them anytime soon, if ever.

Frankly, if you browse Google and YouTube for a while, you will definitely be able to find higher quality free information on creating your living online as well as much better paid courses to teach you exactly how to do that.

In my opinion, if you are after creating a full-time living online then you definitely need some extremely high-quality online marketing training, so do yourself a favor and check out The 2 Best Affiliate Marketing Training Courses That You Should Join In 2019.

4 • Fake Countdown Timers

Most of the SIC’s pages that you’ll come across display countdown timers which give you something more than 3 minutes to fill in your information before the offer supposedly expires.

This creates a sense of urgency and fear of missing out and along with the unrealistic claims of the page it builds up a pressure which increases the chances of people taking action.

Those timers are basically a sales trick and the proof is that when you refresh the page, the timer will default to 3 minutes.

5 • Lying About Seen on Several News Channels

On Secret Income Club as well as on some of the courses it promotes, you’ll see claims that they have been featured on several news channels.

As Seen on News

It goes without saying this is a big fat lie and you can confirm that by Googling “Secret Income Club + the news channel”.

6 • Fake Owner

Jeffrey Hart who is supposed to be the creator of Secret Income Club is not a real name of a real person but rather an alias.

This can also be confirmed with a single Google search.

If you Google “Jeffrey Hart Secret Income Club” only just a bunch of reviews are coming up.

No blog, no Facebook or other social media profiles, no YouTube channel, no Wiki profile, no images of him, nothing…

Fake person alert!

7 • NO Success Stories and Testimonials

No matter how hard I tried to dig out some success stories and testimonials of people who have used the “foolproof” Secret Income Club system, I managed to find none.

So, there is not a single comment on the usefulness or uselessness of Secret Income Club, a product which has been featured on the news several times.

Not even a fake one.

That’s odd…

Summing up

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Your Call

There’s really nothing more to say about Secret Income Club.

I really got EVERYTHING covered!

The verdict is that if you actually go ahead and purchase any of the products it promotes, you’ll most probably end up wasting your precious time, energy, and money while getting nothing in return.

So, I have a counter-suggestion for you…

A much better course/platform/community, according to my opinion, that is 100% proven to help people build a source of sustainable, full-time, passive income online. 

It’s called Wealthy Affiliate and for me, it is one of the best affiliate marketing training platforms that currently exist. I’ve actually been a premium Wealthy Affiliate member for almost 3 years now and I couldn’t be more satisfied with it. 

Wealthy Affiliate is also completely FREE to join!

As a free member, you have access to some basic affiliate marketing training, you can get your very first online business up and running, use the keyword research tool, as well as contact other members through a live chat.

12 Quick, Fun Facts About Wealthy Affiliate:

  1. Free to join and get started
  2. Cheap premium membership
  3. Almost 1 million active members
  4. Has been around since 2005
  5. One-click website builder
  6. Dedicated tech support
  7. Hundreds of hours of high-quality, step-by-step, affiliate marketing training
  8. Weekly live webinars
  9. Instant support through a live chat
  10. Tons of real-life success stories
  11. 1 on 1 mentoring
  12. Perfect for absolute beginners

If you still think that Secret Income Club is the right choice for you, then, by all means, go ahead and join it. 

However, make sure that you bookmark this page because when you find out yourself that Secret Income Club sucks and you regret your decision of purchasing those crap it promotes, you’ll want to come back, give it a second read and probably take my recommendation, join Wealthy Affiliate, and start building a sustainable, long-term, online source of full-time income the right way 😉

And don’t tell me I didn’t warn you about Secret Income Club…


12 Responses

  1. Thank you for this review.
    I cannot stand scammers like this. They give legit affiliates a very bad name.

    I have come across these wild claims of quick money with no effort and it only took me looking through one or two before I recognized the pattern. The biggest mistake people can make is putting their email into one of those black holes. Even if you unsubscribe, they still have your email, which they can sell to another entity who will most likely start the cycle all over again.

    Hopefully, they will count it as a lesson learned, and check out Wealthy Affiliate. There are no wild claims, just solid training, and reliable techniques.

    Thanks again for the insight. Take care.

    1. Truth is that many people give up on earning money online because they lose money to such scammers.

      That’s so sad because earning your living online is absolutely possible if done the right way. And with the right training, tools, and community, such as the ones within Wealthy Affiliate, you could definitely speed the whole process up at least one year.

      But it won’t happen in 1 week or 1 month. even with the best training, tools, and mentor, it will still take some time before you start seeing any substantial results.

      You take care too mate!


  2. Secret Income Club sounds pretty crappy…

    I have been looking to work from home which means that I don’t want to lose money.

    I inquired few websites which said they were “FREE” but the after reading for a while I knew they were just scams.

    And then if you subscribe to their site they keep sending you emails non-stop. Its annoying and I always end up unsubscribing. 

    1. Secret Income Club is just one of those websites Mathessa so make sure to avoid it.

      Have you checked out my Wealthy Affiliate review? It’s a legit platform which teaches you how to make money online the right way.

      Forget about fast and effortlessly. You have to work hard to become successful. But this success is going to be the real thing, capital R, capital T.

      You could also take a look at some Wealthy Affiliate stories to get yourself pumped up.


  3. Dear Harry,

    I indeed have came across a few ads and posts on my social media account about this product.

    As a Full-Time Affiliate Marketer I do some regular research on products, courses, and programs which might help me make more money online. 

    To be honest I am really sick of many products and its really hard to digest their unrealistic claims on their much hyped sales pages.

    After reading your helpful review, Secret Income Club is a NO NO for me. I will not even bother with it.

    Thanks a lot for saving my time, effort and money. 

    My regards,


    1. Always glad to be of good service Paul!

      Which is the product which has helped you make the most money online? Could you please share it with us?


  4. Hi dear,

    I was that person who wanted to make quick cash online, I never thought of how it really happens to make money online. So, I am sure I would gone with Secret Income Club. They count on such people, the ignorant. Because for many people making money online is still a myth. 

    And are you sure about the refund? Because I have never got one, they claim you can get your money back but, it another all process.

    I like your recommendation, I have been a member of Wealthy Affiliate for some time and the training is what I really like. 

    It teaches exactly the process and the work needed to finally get that dollar you need consistently.

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. You made a pretty solid point there.

      The majority of people still isn’t aware that making money online is possible so they can’t know how the entire process work and that may be the reason that they end up paying for such crap.

      I have never asked for a refund for a ClickBank product myself despite having paid for a couple of crappy ones in the past but I have heard that you have to submit your request 4-5 times before they actually proceed with giving your money back.

      But still, it would be much better to avoid ClickBank products altogether in the first place. Especially those who make such extraordinary claims of changing your life in an instant without you having to make any effort.

      Have you made any money with Wealthy Affiliate?


  5. Thanks so much for taking the time to compose this helpful Secret Income Club review. 

    Honestly, I get disheartened anytime I read such reviews on scam products or schemes but I get more bewildered to realize a lot of people do not bother to do a proper research before plunging their cash into such products. 

    How on earth will you make this kind of big $579 per day with no serious work? I believe its closer to being impossible. 

    And also, I don’t think I would be willing to get any ClickBank product again for now till they limit the rate at which all these scam products are dominating the website. 

    1. Sometimes people are so just desperate to make money online fast that they will jump on the first available ship they come across even if this ship is full of pirates.

      Those are exactly the kind of people who scammers count on to make their money 😉

      Generally, ClickBank is going from bad to worse. I wouldn’t trust it either and if they keep up that way they are definitely going to start losing more and more clients as time passes. They seriously need to start weeding out crappy products which only trick people without providing any real value.

      Anyway, thank you for taking the time to comment and beware of the scams.

      Since you are here, if you want to make money online the right way, make sure to check out my Wealthy Affiliate review.


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