Advancing Income Review

Advancing Income is an affiliate marketing platform that the unnamed creators say will allow you to make money through companies like Amazon.

What is the product?

Oddly enough for a product that markets itself like Advancing Income does, there is very little information available about what exactly it is. From my research however it seems that Advancing Income is an affiliate marketing product that offers a combination of training and resources, including a website (that will no doubt be advertised as automated and optimised) and a number of additional tools including a “Complete Income System”, video tutorials and access to allegedly, over 1 million products. Based off this assumption Advancing Income will likely operate by offering users a free website in exchange for hosting, with users then using this as a basis for an online affiliate marketing business. The only skills needed are allegedly basic typing and internet skills. The whole set up strikes me as being rather questionable frankly.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

The costs of setting up Advancing Income are rather odd. There is an activation fee of $1.95 which also gives you a 5 day trial. After this Advancing Income costs $29.95 per month for hosting etc. With no mention of a money back guarantee I wouldn’t be reliant on a refund policy being in place. In terms of income, Advancing Income advertises that you can claim a part of a $2.8 billion per month business with alleged testimonials advertising anywhere between $1000 per day to $10 000 in the first quarter.

Does the product provide value for money?

I don’t feel that Advancing Income does represent value for money for reasons that I shall outline below.

Conclusion

Advancing Income is the first time I have looked at a product that doesn’t ever tell you what it is before you pay. This is a suspect tactic and one that I feel is aimed predominantly at getting people who are unaware of how to make money online to sign up. There is further evidence of this in the way that the monthly costs are hidden away in small print. Perhaps most telling is the lengthy and very defensive disclaimer that says that any results advertised are not the norm. Personally I wouldn’t even give Advancing Income any consideration.

 

 

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