Is Commission Engine X a Scam? In this Commission Engine X Review I’ll provide an honest opinion of this traffic generating software.
Normally my Gmail trashes spammy biz-opps emails. But today, I got an email that looked like the filter was not working.
The body of the email read: Easy Traffic Blaster MUST Join Program of 2012–Just Launched
Commission Engine X Promised:
- - PROMOTE ANY BUSINESS 24/7
- - FULLY AUTOMATIC ONLINE SYSTEM
- - GET MORE TRAFFIC AND SALES
- - NEWBIE FRIENDLY EASY
- - TRACK YOUR RESULTS
- - WEBBASED SYSTEM RUNS ONLINE
- - 2 MINUTE SETUP & YOUR DONE
- - EARN COMMISSIONS WITH US
- - GET PAID COMMISSIONS WEEKLY
- - PUT YOUR MARKETING ON AUTOPILOT
When you look at that list aren’t you awestruck? I immediately thought: this is to good to be true. Mind you, I would love to be able to recruit a new member to my primary biz and plug them into Commission Engine X so they could be up and running in a day with traffic. That would be amazing.
Commission Engine X Review
What caused me to take the plunge was the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee.
Read the Fine Print Before You Buy Commission Engine X
There are no guarantees with any other advertising I do. I just spent several hundred on postcards mailing to a new list. I’m pretty sure it will bring me in a few $500 sales – but, there’s always the chance the list is a dud. I’ll make a phone broadcast and spend $80 bucks to broadcast to a list – sure I make at least one sale a week, but once I spend my money on the call time it’s gone – no guarantee.
When you buy traffic from unnamed sources you have no idea of what you’ll get.
CEX is a shotgun approach to traffic generation that quickly (in my observation and tracking) runs out of pellets.
I took the plunge and bought Commission Traffic X. It delivered hundreds of hits the first few days and has made sales of itself.
It’s not the end-all be-all of traffic generation. I see it losing steam and clicks are few and far between at the moment.
The fine print for CEX will not give you a refund if it delivers traffic. So, if you do buy it, just beware of that clause.
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