Hi, I'm Simon and welcome to the only China Secret review you'll ever need to read – because we're about to expose the China Secret scam once and for all!
You might think I'm a little crazy:
But I actually get excited about opening up my spam folder and pouring through all the junk emails.
Because I'm always on the hunt for get-rich-quick scams to expose and genuine earning opportunities to discover!
If you clicked on a link in an email that took you to the China Secret sales page and you're wondering whether or not you should part with your $9, I'm super glad you're here!
Seriously, I applaud your due diligence in checking out this review before getting your wallet out and handing over your credit card details.
That's the surefire way to avoid time-wasting scams.
TheChinaSecret.co went live in December 2018 and it didn't take long for the money-hungry affiliates to start spamming the heck out of email boxes across the world wide web.
With outrageous claims like making $28,432.22/day, I knew I just had to take a closer look.
Here's what I uncovered:
The China Secret Review At A Glance
About: The China Secret is supposed to be a 30-page PDF that generates $28,432.22 per day on autopilot 24/7.
Price: $9 for the front end and $371 for the upsells.
Pros: Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
Cons: Owner doesn't reveal himself, fake income claims, all you get is a lousy eBook.
Verdict: The China Secret is a scam. You won't learn any methods here that are going to generate the income they claim.
The China Secret's Crazy Earth-Shattering Claims
I was in a good mood before watching the sales video, but now I'm feeling kinda anxious…
The guy doing the voiceover on the sales video calls himself ‘Robert Walters', He says that a global financial crash is going to rear its ugly head in 2019…
Jobs are going to be slashed left, right and center…
Marriages will be broken…
And lives will be lost…
If only we had a way of stopping all this?!
Here just in time to save the day: The China Secret!
According to Robert, whatever information is hidden on that 30 page PDF file is going to completely change your life like it did his.
Get this for a crazy claim:
Robert says thanks to The China Secret system he is now earning a whopping $28,432.22 per day. All he did was set it up and now it runs on autopilot 24/7. This guy's making money in his sleep!
That's pretty nifty isn't it?
He goes on to say Facebook Messenger presents us with the biggest profit earning opportunity the world has ever seen, saying The China Secret is:
“The world's first and only Messenger marketing profit engine for absolute beginners.”
How did he discover this revolutionary new money-making method you ask?
By talking with some Chinese computer scientists in Texas of course! Here's a screenshot from the video just so you know I'm not making this up.
The China Secret: A Path To Make $Millions Through Facebook Messenger?!
If you think this all sounds absolutely absurd, you'd be exactly right.
Messenger marketing – yeah that's not actually a thing. I can promise you there's no-one making $28/K a day spamming people on Facebook Messenger.
And who is this Robert Walters guy, this FB Messenger spamming expert who's looking to sign you up as one of his 100 new recruits?
In truth, we have no idea.
All I know is he's not 54 like he said in the video. He sounds like he's not a day older than 17, sitting there in an upstairs bedroom of his mum's house recording dramatic voiceovers.
Just last month he came out with yet another ‘profit on demand' system called Club Shanghai, where he tells people he's discovered a way to earn $128,538.50 in 13 clicks (he calls himself Jermaine in that one.)
And more recently he created another China Secret clone called Club Heist, though he doesn't give us a name in that one.
Credit where it's due though, that whole story about meeting a group of Chinese computer scientists was pretty creative. This guy clearly has a natural flair for writing fiction.
If it were up to me, I'd gladly give this guy an Oscar for his passionate vocal performances too.
The Truth Behind The China Secret's $9 Price Tag
Imagine with me if you will, that you woke up tomorrow and suddenly discovered a secret way to make a guaranteed $28,000+ per day.
What value would you put on that? How much would you charge to share these secrets with someone?
More than a measley $9 right?
So you might be wondering:
Why exactly is this guy, who makes more than a million dollars a month, trying so hard to persuade you to buy in to his system?
I'll tell you why. In a word – upsells!
It's All About The Upsells Baby!
Once inside the members area you'll see the links to China Secret Guides 1 and 2. The first guide is a 30 page downloadable PDF file that gives you an overview of what he calls ‘messenger marketing'.
Here's an overview of the first few chapters:
On the left hand side of the training area you'll see a menu that has the 3 China Secret upsells…
Upsell 1: Insider's Circle ($197)
Upsell 2: Crypto Millionaire Calendar ($97)
Upsell 3: Profit Booster ($77)
This guy, Robert, Jermaine, whatever he calls himself, knows that the best way to squeeze as much cash out of you as possible is to get to pay a small token fee upfront so you feel like you're invested.
Once inside, he can hit you with as many upgrades and offers as he wants.
It's clear to me The China Secret is set up to generate money for the owner and affiliates promoting it, not for the people buying it.
Here's our guy again trying to rally up promoters by boasting about how many upsells unsuspecting scam victims *cough* China Secret customers will be pushed into buying:
Wait, There's More!
After digging a little deeper, I found that the China Secrets Guide 2 booklet is actually an older product called FB Chatbot Secrets where Robert here has just bought the reseller's rights for $10 then repackaged it as his own.
It gets worse:
It turns out this FB Chatbot Secrets bundle has 3 additional upsells embedded within it. I won't list them out but you can see them here:
3 more upsells at $37 a pop.
That's an extra $111 on top of the previous $371 China Secret upsells, a combined total of amounting to $482.
And you thought you were buying into a complete foolproof money-making system at $9!
The good news:
Owed to the fact The China Secret is sold through Clickbank.com, the $9 fee for the crappy PDF files is 100% refundable for 60 days.
The bad news:
Any upsells you buy into will not be covered by the same guarantee.
Is The China Secret A Scam?
Let's do a quick recap:
- The China Secret owner hides his true identity behind a cloak of anonymity.
- He promises you'll be earning $2K/day starting today which is clearly false.
- Everything you see and hear on their website is complete fiction.
- Many people could lose up to $500 paying out for low quality, outdated and recycled Ebooks that don't actually get results.
I will lose no sleep tonight saying that The China Secret is a scam you should definitely steer clear from.
I don't care how many Chinese computer scientists were involved, this is never going to get you the results you're looking for.
Here's the thing:
Websites like The China Secret like you to think there's some magical shortcut to easy and instant profits online, but scams like this never stick around for long and they never help you get to where you want to be.
The only true, long-term way of making money online is by creating income-generating websites. That's what I've been doing since 2014.
Your website can be about fishing or fashion or pretty much anything you are interested in. Yes, you have to put in the effort consistently for 2-3 months before you start seeing results, but it is definitely worth it.
Start your free beginners training here and you can even ask me questions as you go through the course!
Questions Or Thoughts Of Your Own?
I sincerely hope you’ve found this review of the China Secret scam enlightening.
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