I’ve tried, tested, and gone over everything to finally put together a 5 Day Fix review for those of you wondering if this site will actually follow through on some very bold claims.
With a very catchy sales page and a price that was beyond affordable, I had to at least see if this thing actually works like they claim it will.
Is this another too good to be true scam or will this be the one make money from home program that actually makes you money?
Let me show you exactly what this is about and most especially if it is something that I recommend from the oh so lovely Warrior Plus product line.
Read further into this review and I will show you what you can expect if you do decide to give into their marketing.
5 Day Fix Review
Name: 5 Day Fix
Owners: Mark Barrett & Paul Prissick
Price: $6.12 + up-sells
Overall Rating: 2/5 stars
What is 5 Day Fix?
Created by Mark Barrett and Paul Prissick, this is the latest and greatest way to make money on the internet.
This is a “brand new method” that requires only 15 minutes of work a day and you don’t need your own your own product.
You will make money within 5 days of joining this program and you don’t need to spend any money on marketing either.
In the end, you will be able to make money today, tomorrow, and for many years to come with the ultimate goal of quitting your job.
Now let’s get right into things.
How the System Works
These types of products are really easy to pick apart and I really didn’t need to pay any money to know that I was going to be hit with an up-sell right away.
So you will be more than curious to see how you can make $500 in five days by paying a simple price, which I’m sure you thought sounded too good to be true.
Pay that and you can expect to be hit with up-sell #1.
Close that and you will be hit with a downsell, which is nothing more than a lowered price for you to think twice about.
Skip that one and guess what?
More talking about how we want to change our lives and another $27 offer.
Close that and up comes another down-sell with again another lowered price.
Close that and here comes another up-sell that of course will be followed by another down-sell.
It may sound like a broken record, but that is exactly what will happen.
Once you’re done with all the running around, you will finally reach the actual product that you wanted in the first place.
I was more than interested in this as I do affiliate marketing full-time and I know more than a thing or two about making money online.
At this point I am beyond irritated and all that up-selling has got me tired.
Even at that, you still land on a page that wants to talk more about the results the system has accomplished rather than getting right into the training.
I am not a big fan of up-sells and I am not a big fan of the run around either, but I did it anyways.
Let me in, train me, and let’s make some money.
So after the first 3 videos we finally got to some actual training and I must say that the system is really as simple as they say it is, just not for the complete newbie.
You will go over some videos on how to promote a high ticket offer that comes with a funnel (just like this one) and use an advertising site to promote that offer.
They show you how to find traffic through sites like adhitz, where you can place these offers and turn an $80 investment into the $500 that you saw on their site.
Have them optin to your offer and have the chance to market to them over and over again with some good old email marketing.
Wash, rinse, and repeat using the same formula to scale your business and ultimately make more money.
The Price for 5 Day Fix
Depending on what sales page you landed on will determine what price you pay to get started.
I say get started because there is a bait price of $6.12 and then you can expect to be hit with a bunch of up-sells that will try to yank more money from your Paypal account.
So if you do decide to join, it is going to cost you $6.12 and then you will get hit with a “do you want fries with that” up-sell in the back office.
However, you do get a 30 day money back guarantee and although it might be a pain in the butt to get, you do have that option.
- Initial offer – $6.16
- Up-sell #1 – $27
- Up-sell #2 – $27
- Up-sell #3 – $197
Almost every program that comes out of Warrior Plus have this type of funnel and in most cases is in clear favor of the owners and its affiliates making money.
I have no problem with that but for you as the customer and the one buying this product to make money online, this is not designed for you.
Training & Support
With a bold claim, you’d expect to be taught exactly what to do and yes that is what happens.
There’s just no 1 on 1 training that I believe is very much needed, so don’t be expecting some over the shoulder coaching if that’s what you’re thinking.
Now if you don’t know much about how the world of making money online works, you might be a bit confused about the training within the back office of 5 Day Fix.
One of the up-sells was for 1 on 1 support so if that’s what you were looking for then you can pay $197 to get help with one of the owners as that is the last part of the funnel.
Pros & Cons
- Could make you money
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Accepts Paypal
- All payments are paid once
- Not a new method
- Comes with up-sells
- Requires an autoresponder
- Requires an advertising budget
- Not recommended for newbies
Not many things I didn’t like here besides the up-sells, but other than that this is not a bad product.
Does lack in some areas, but something to consider. You can see how this stacks up to my #1 recommendation as well as to get more for your money.
There’s just more to it than putting together an offer and advertising it on cheap traffic sites, with help and support being one of them.
So is 5 Day Fix a Scam?
Not the best product on the web, but it definitely can work if you know what you’re doing.
This is not a scam and for a very affordable price and an actual product I think these guys have placed the right price tag on their product, to include the extras.
5 Day Fix is legit, fairly easy to follow, and could possibly make you money if you actually applied some of the stuff that is taught.
There are literally thousands of programs that claim to show you how to make money online and this is just one of them.
Most come with crazy marketing, but fail to deliver as they are designed to make the product owners money with the customer left looking for something else.
Personally, I rarely give into stuff like this, but I wouldn’t be doing it justice if I didn’t actually try it for myself.
If you really want to make money online, it is going to require your time and dedication, so joining something is not going to cut it.
You will need to put in the work like everyone else and if you can’t understand that much, you might just be better off at your j-o-b.
Thanks for reading my 5 Day Fix review and hopefully I have given you more than enough information to make a better decision on your own.
If you have any questions and most especially if you have any experience with this, do share it in the comments section below.
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