Tycoon Cashflow – Legit or Scam?

by on November 22, 2009

tycooncashflowWe’ve received a couple of questions from readers about whether or not Tycoon Cashflow is legit or a scam, so we went and had a look at what they had to offer.  NOTE, we have NOT purchased the Tycoon Cashflow program nor looked at what is in the members area.  Everything we are going to talk about here is readily available for you to go check out and confirm for yourself.  If the folks from Tycoon Cashflow want to give us a review copy of their program we would be happy to provide our honest opinion on it’s worth.

First off, Tycoon Cashflow is NOT a fraud nor a scam as we define it in our article on Frauds vs Scams vs Ripoffs.  It is likely not a ripoff either, although there may certainly be better ways to spend your $24.50.  That’s right, read on and we will show you how to download Tycoon Cashflow at the sale price.

Here are the pro’s and con’s for Tycoon Cashflow as we see them.  Note, this is strictly our opinion on the program and should be taken as such.

Purchase is through Clickbank – That’s Good!

Tycoon Cashflow uses Clickbank as their payment processor.  Clickbank is the largest and likely oldest marketplace for digital goods on the planet and they have a good reputation for not scamming people.  Giving Clickbank your credit card is a fairly safe bet and you can be sure you will not be charged extra hidden charges at the end of the month.  So if you have an extra $24 to spend, you can be safe knowing you will not be ripped off for more than that.

Autoplaying Videos, Bogus Car Pictures – That’s Bad

Just a pet peeve of mine.  I cannot stand going to a website and having ANY video or audio automatically play.  As soon as it happens, I run. That and the cheesy of photos of the kid standing next to a fancy car.  Is it his?  His Daddy’s?  Maybe he’s a part time valet at a golf course?  A picture of a random person standing next to a nice car not only proves nothing, but it makes you look like you are trying too hard.

Likely Bogus “Letter from Clickbank” – That’s Bad

The sales page has a picture to the “letter” he received from Clickbank stating he was in the top .01% of Publishers on Clickbank.  Wait a sec, he said he was one of the top Marketers on Clickbank?  These are two very different things.  Publishers produce and sell content, Marketers earn commissions for advertising the products Publishers make.  The letter almost surely has nothing to do with the kids from Tycoon Cashflow at all.  And even if it was true, that he is making millions selling on Clickbank, why the heck would he waste his time creating and promote an eBook for fairly short money rather than using his own techniques to make even more millions?  Go look up the creators on Twitter for a good indication of their maturity level.  Woah, lolz dude!

Created and Run By a Couple of Kids – That’s Good?  Bad?

I will let you decide if you care about the age of the creators of this program.  The founder of Facebook dropped out of college.  Microsoft and Apple and Google were founded by some very young people.  Of course, kids of that caliber are few and far between.  However, they likely have an insight on the Affiliate Marketing industry that you will not find from older folks.

They Offer a 60 Day Refund – That’s Good!

Although it’s hard to say for sure if the Tycoon Cashflow people will honor the refund policy in all cases, but Clickbank has a pretty good policy of refunding purchases if a consumer complains that the program was not what it said it was, or due to technical difficulties.

Too Easy To Get For Half Price – That’s Bad

It’s fairly easy to get Tycoon Cashflow for half price ($24.50 vs $49), which indicates that the true value of their program is even lower than that.  If they are willing to sell it for $24.50, it is pretty low to try to get people to pony up $49 for it.

Easy To Get For Half Price – That’s Good!

The above being said, if you still want it, do not pay $49 for Tycoon Cashflow.  Here is how to get it for $24.50.

Now it’s up to you.  However, I’d STRONGLY suggest you take the money you were going to spend on Tycoon Cashflow learning from a couple of kids how to be an affiliate marketer and instead spend it on Rosalind Gardner’s Super Affiliate Handbook by clicking here.  She has been around the industry for over 10 years, has a proven track record, shows you all her bank statement, accounts, and actual web sites she uses for affiliate marketing.  She is frequently invited to and speaks at numerous affiliate marketing industry conferences.  She is the real deal folks.

If you can afford both, get both programs and learn from both an experienced Affiliate Marketer and the new up and coming generation and combine what you learn from each.

Click this link to get Tycoon Cashflow for $24.50

Click here to see Rosalind Gardner’s Super Affiliate Handbook

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

CH January 9, 2010 at 12:34 am

I actually tried Tycoon Cashflow (paid for it, went into the members area, and tried out all the methods). It was one of my earlier experiences with affiliate marketing, and I thought it was a really great guide. It did have me making sells within a week, and this was prior to me having any real experience with Clickbank. The product you mentioned looks interesting though, I’ll check it out.

Haik July 23, 2010 at 5:28 pm

yes i would like to talk about the part where you mentioned him having a letter from clickbank stating that he got on the .01% on it, hes referring to ” Tycoon Cashflow ” the product, the thing hes selling.
you see, he sells it through clickbank, you notice when you go to purchase it, its on clickbanks page, and thats when he says ” we’ve made tycoon cashflow onto the top .01% on clickbank, out of 9000 other products, that means its selling like crazy! ”
just here to clean up the confusion.

shane July 28, 2010 at 5:59 pm

I began using tycoon cashflow a few months back and i have already made 100s of dollars. It wasn’t easy, but it is much better than a minimum wage job. I highly recommend it if you want to earn extra cash.

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