MillionBucksPerWeek – Million Bucks Per Week Website is a April fools trick from the owners of WealthyAffiliate.com, these guys are known as “Kyle & Carson”. I receive regular emails from these guys and they never sell anything or promote any other products or services in their emails except wealthy affiliate program which they own.
That trend was broken today. When I opened my email this morning the headline of the email from Kyle and Carson read “How I found a massively profitable hole in Google”, in the email it stated that they discoverd a method where they have received 30, 000 clicks from Google in 15 minutes! My mouth dropped open wide, I said this was too good to be true. The article was not convincing at all, but never the less I clicked on the link and was directed to a website MillionBucksPerWeek.com. The Million Bucks Per Week was a April’s fools prank website!!
When you arrive at the site, the sales copy is written in a jovial way but when you click the Buy Now button, there is no sales page, in big bold letters there are the words ” APRIL FOOLS”.
LOL..yes we all can laugh out loud now.
The point of the MillionBucksPerWeek – Million Bucks Per Week website is to show how gullible we are to easy fix it systems or what we think will make us plenty money online.
The truth is, there are is no easy way to money online. It takes a lot of work and market research, dedication and committment to the varialbles that must all come together to make running a successful online business.
I must compliment the guys at wealthy affiliate, for bringing us back to reality. Within the past few months the Internet Market community have been flooded with lots of products that claim that they can automate making money online, total garbage if you ask me.
So the MillionBucksPerWeek – Million Bucks Per Week program does not exist, sorry to disappoint you.