The Kitchen Table Cash Machine Review Drew Franklin

Created by Drew Franklin Gates, The Kitchen Table Cash Machine is a guide to becoming a successful internet marketer.

What is the product?

The Kitchen Table Cash Machine is an eight module training course that according to the creator Drew Franklin Gates will show you the secrets that the internet elite use to market online successfully. The information in The Kitchen Table Cash Machine allegedly cost Drew Franklin Gates $25,000 which was spent infiltrating the circles that top internet marketers allegedly operate in. Of course there is no evidence of this, and the content of the course certainly doesn’t corroborate based off what I have seen. The eight modules don’t really get more advanced than traffic generation and affiliate marketing and frankly, The Kitchen Table Cash Machine seems to be a little outdated. This makes the claims that The Kitchen Table Cash Machine will help you to build a business that will make money on autopilot even less credible.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

The Kitchen Table Cash Machine is marketed for a single payment of $39.97 through ClickBank. This entitles purchasers to ClickBank’s 60 day money back guarantee which is contrary to the 30 days that Drew Franklin Gates says that he offers in the promotional video. In terms of potential income, this something that is never really discussed in The Kitchen Table Cash Machine. The closest you get is the creator claiming that his business makes over $6,000,000 a year although once again, there is a distinctive lack of evidence to back this up.

Does the product provide value for money?

I don’t think that The Kitchen Table Cash Machine does provide value for money at all and if anything is likely rather dated.

Conclusion

The Kitchen Table Cash Machine looks more like what happens when a fanciful copywriter is given free rein to create a marketing script for a product. It has been a while since I have seen a product that makes these brash and unsubstantiated claims but then The Kitchen Table Cash Machine seems to be something of an older product (despite ranking in the top 20 ClickBank products marketed by affiliates). Given the price and the fact that there are newer and almost definitely more up to date products offering similar information around for less I can’t see anything about The Kitchen Table Cash Machine to recommend.

 

 

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