Over the years I’ve used many systems promising to make you money online and this just so happens to be one of them.
This 7 Dollar Tsunami review will show you exactly what you will be getting yourself into so you can decide if you should invest your hard earned money and most especially your valuable time.
I’m not here to promote this system, nor am I here to bash on it either, but what I will be doing is providing my honest opinion on it.
I know we all want to make money online, and this is only one of thousands upon thousands of programs that claim to do just that.
If you’re searching for an honest and unbiased review, you found it, so enjoy!
7 Dollar Tsunami Review
Name: 7 Dollar Tsunami
Owners: Mark Barrett
Price: $8.46 + essential up-sells
Overall Rating: 1/5 stars
7 Dollar Tsunami was created by an Australian man named Mark Barrett, who is also close friends with a man named David Jones who is actually his marketing partner.
You’ll likely see a picture of both of them on all of his “systems” he creates.
Even on 7 Dollar Tsunami, there is a picture of David Jones.
The entire system has been doing the rounds for many years now, and that’s simply because he knows how to trick desperate people into thinking it works, and then converting them into buyers.
I mean, what’s wrong with creating one solid product that actually works, not 10 that are sketchy?
These types of products aren’t intended to make you the type of income you’re thinking of so do know that you get what you pay for.
Basically, 7 Dollar Tsunami is all about earning recurring income, not commissions, but actually money from a monthly newsletter that you create and provide to your audience.
First and foremost, you have to create your funnel.
Your funnel is what will get people into the system and make you money on autopilot.
The first task requires you to create an email list and add content to it that will automatically be sent out to subscribers every month, IF they stay a paying customer.
How does this “funnel” work?
- Set up a monthly newsletter – You sign up with an email marketing company, create your list that you will be promoting, and scheduling content that will go out to your subscribers each month. The newsletter can be in ANY niche, so you aren’t tied down to just one
- Set up recurring payments – You set up payments with PayPal. It can be whatever price you like, but Mark Barrett emphasizes that $7 is the sweet spot. It allows your “tsunami” to take off really quickly
- Set up a landing page – You will also be required to create a landing page. A landing page is a page you own that captures your audiences email. Keep in mind – this will be shown to them AFTER they pay for the monthly newsletter
- Traffic – The traffic you will be getting is from Facebook. You will have to create a brand new Facebook page, otherwise you can use an existing one
Okay first and foremost, the system isn’t 100% bad.
You will be taught some marketing tactics that many big “guru”s are using to make a full time income on the internet, but again, it is not going to last forever.
The entire system is fairly straightforward, there is no BS or fluff, but that is probably because Mark Barrett doesn’t want to spend anymore time creating a system that has such a low price.
Not to mention that you can set the price of your monthly newsletter to whatever you want, AND you can even choose a niche you love, a passion.
Even though Mark Barrett hypes this system up to the max and claims it to work for newbies as well as advanced internet marketers, it fails on so many levels.
- Upsells – Creating a newsletter costs $19 p/m, hosting will be $30+ p/m depending on who you sign up with, the landing page builder costs $77, AND if you want one-on-one coaching, you have to pay $197
- Traffic – He wants you to create “memes” on Imgur.com with a watermark to your new FB fan page. This is so you can get massive amounts of likes in a fast amount of time. I’ll tell you what I did get after trying it for a few days, DISLIKES on Imgur (I guess I wasn’t really that funny, even though he claims people love stupid stuff, because they get shared like wildfire), and 0 likes on my FB page
- Getting paying subscribers – You’re going to need tens of thousands of people on your FB page if you even want to come close to making any money off of them, and that’s being nice about it
- Not newbie-friendly – This system is by no means newbie-friendly whatsoever. A newbie doesn’t know how to create a landing page that converts, and they are just going to look like a desperate spammer trying to get likes to their FB page, like I was (laughed at by many long time Imgur users)
You can get access to this system from the official website here: www.7dollartsunami.com/main/
Even though it says $7 to join, if you’re not a newbie and haven’t made any money online before, you’ll be required to pay for additional programs so you can start doing all the tasks that’s required to finally start making money.
So with the $7 alone, you’ll get access to all the training videos, and that’s it.
Pros & Cons
- You can choose any niche you want
- You can choose the price of your monthly newsletter
- There is SO much hype, which is why I fell for it
- Newbies have no idea what they are doing (even though he claims his system is 100% newbie-friendly)
- Mark Barrett provides the basics only
- It has massive upsells. These upsells are REQUIRED if you want to start making money with this system
So is 7 Dollar Tsunami A Scam?
The entire system has been slapped together in a fast amount of time and I wouldn’t be surprised if it only took him half a day to create and finish.
What does that tell me? That he doesn’t really care about fine-tuning his system and he is just in it for the money.
The videos aren’t that long – about 4-20 minutes.
If he wanted to give us the BEST information, he would go into much more detail to say WHAT he was actually showing us.
Although it isn’t an entire scam, there is still some things you can learn from it, but nothing you can’t find on the internet if you did a little research.
The method to get Facebook likes doesn’t even work, so even after you follow along with the videos, you’ll come to a complete stop when you reach this step, and you’ll most likely give up since it’s going to take way too long anyway.
So no, 7 Dollar Tsunami is not a complete scam, but it is borderline if you ask me as it is mostly just hype.
There’s more to making money online and you can see how this stacks up to a much better program that actually has everything you need to make it in the online world.
What I Recommend
I recommend you think about things before joining.
Although it is not a scam, it lacks in so many departments and it will leave you scratching your head.
Making money online requires more than just some training program and you will need the right help and support from others or you will just become another statistic.
Being that there are many other products created by the owner of this, that should tell you a lot and I’m sure you’re wondering if the products are all the same.
They aren’t, but all have the same claim, so you figure that one out.
Other than that, thanks for reading my review of 7 Dollar Tsunami and I hope you have everything you need before you make your final decision.
If you have any questions about this or any other make money from home program, feel free to leave a comment below.
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