Hello and welcome to my Copy My Email System Review.
You’re here because you stumbled onto this make-money-online opportunity and want to know if it’s legit or a scam, right?
Bobby the internet millionaire says you can earn between $160 - $440 just by “sending simple emails” – which seems easy to do. A little too easy…
Or, depending on where you discovered Copy My Email System (or CMES), you may have landed on their alternate homepage (screenshot below) that claims they are voted the #1 easiest way to earn money online and and you are guaranteed to earn your first $100 in 24 hours.
I know you need money, because everybody needs money. You've got bills to pay and maybe even debt piling up.
And if you're like me, you want to buy stuff for yourself and your loved ones. The list goes on and on, but the bottom line is... if you’re low on cash you’re always looking for ways to earn money and Copy My Email System is claiming to come to your rescue.
As good as Copy My Email System sounds though, your gut is probably telling you it’s too good to be true. Well, you’re going to find out in this review if your instinct is correct.
I’m going to cover the following topics:
- What is Copy My Email System
- Is Copy My Email System a Scam?
- How Does It Work?
- Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About Copy My Email System
- What I Don’t Like About It
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Copy My Email System. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info
What Is Copy My Email System?
Copy My Email System is a program that’s being sold by ClickBetter. ClickBetter is an affiliate network where affiliate marketers can find and sell products to earn commissions (known as affiliate marketing).
You should know that ClickBetter is legit (it’s a lot like ClickBank). However, the products/programs being sold through them such as Website ATM and Income Sites Online among others, are not necessarily legit.
The good news is that because these products are sold through an affiliate network, rather than directly, you can ask for refunds if you get scammed.
Actually, they’ll refund your money for the simple reason that you’re not pleased with your purchase (it doesn’t necessarily have to be a scam).
Looking at how Copy My Email System works, it’s a combination of email marketing and CPC (cost per click) marketing. And, if you sell the same system to other people and earn commissions from it... affiliate marketing. You can also sell their other products once you become a member.
And since Copy My Email System is all about email, it's no coincidence I discovered it through email. In fact, it's being emailed to me, what seems like, a dozen or more times a day.
So someone has clearly "copied their email system" 😀
But on their sales page, Bobby talked mostly about email marketing.
According to him, he has this huge list of email subscribers that he can’t handle all by himself, that’s why he needs your help. Let's ignore for a moment the fact that this excuse to give you the system for free is actually ridiculous (because one of the biggest expenses in online marketing is acquiring leads/emails), and talk about another problem here...
Imagine for a moment you were on Bobby's list of email subscribers.
How would you feel about him giving your email address away to everyone who joins Copy My Email System?
The very idea this could be a legit system is flawed because it's built on the idea that sharing and selling people's private information (their email) is okay.
Again, let's assume your email is on Bobby's list. Who gave him permission to give your email away, because doing so without permission is a huge violation of trust.
So in my opinion, Copy My Email System is flawed from the very beginning. At it's very core, CMES is unethical.
Who is Bobby?
The truth is that Bobby isn't giving anyone's email address away because he's not real.
Bobby is a Fiverr actor who’s been hired to pretend to be a millionaire Internet Marketer.
At Fiverr, you’ll find all sorts of people offering their services for as low as $5. Unfortunately, a lot of these hardworking people are being used by scammers to promote their products (they usually don’t know about it).
I’ll discuss more of the lies and deceptions I found on Copy My Email System below.
But if sending offers to people's emails (who did not entrust you with them) is not your thing, you can still make money online.
If you're looking for something more significant, an online business may be what you want.
You may be at home because of difficulties with your health for example, or young ones to look after.
If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
How Does Copy My Email System Work?
Once you become a Copy My Email System member, you’re supposed to have access to their email subscribers and pre-written emails. Your job is similar to scams like Email Sending Jobs which is to send emails to a list – in other words, spam them.
I do believe them when they say it will only take about 10 minutes per day. Because once you have an email autoresponder, sending emails is a breeze.
You’ll make money from their system by earning from people’s clicks (I’ll talk more about this below).
Important Things to Know About Getting Paid
I went through their Terms and Conditions page with a fine-tooth-comb, and found the following:
- You can make up to 20 cents per “valid” click (THEY get to decide if a click is valid or invalid).
Note that the clicks should only come from emails that were sent through their members area – which means you should be a member (a paying member).
Also, 20 cents (maximum) isn’t really much… you’ll need a lot of clicks to make a lot of money.
- Point number 7 on their Terms and Conditions says you should be an active member and in good standing to get paid.
Simply put, this means you should be active (paying for a membership) and not a troublemaker (not giving them a hard time).
- They’re also saying they check for “fraudulent clicks” and that clicks should always come from emails sent from their members area.
We already covered this a while ago, but this one stresses that clicks from links posted on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) are considered fraudulent. So again, they want to tie you to their members area (because they’re earning from your membership fee).
But wasn't this supposed to be free?
Didn't it start out with an internet millionaire doing a good deed?
- This one is a biggie and you should definitely be aware of it.
They require a minimum of 500 clicks in a given month for you to be entitled to withdraw your money. Failure to meet that requirement means you won’t be able to get your money (at least, not yet).
And let's not forget, the sole discretion of whether a click is legit or not is theirs.
Here’s another biggie. You need to have a minimum of $1,000 in your account to cash out.
Yes, at twenty-cents per click, you need to accumulate $1000 to withdraw your money. And I can tell you from experience, a good click-through rate (the number of emails you send to number of clicks you'll get) is 10 percent at the very best.
In fact, on a good day, only 30% will even open your emails, and if all the stars align, you might get 10% of those people to click your link. But in the real world it's more like 2% or 3%.
Here are some real statistics from an email sent to one of our subscriber lists...
In this example, out of 6,409 emails sent, 1,858 opened the email (29%) and 157 actually clicked on a link (2.4%).
At $0.20 per click, if we were getting paid (which we are not), those 6,409 emails (for 157 clicks) would add up to a whopping $31.40.
6409 emails sent out to 6409 unique email addresses, for thirty-one dollars and forty cents. Not exactly what dreams are made of.
At a similar click-through-rate (which is an average CTR rate) you will need to send out "hundreds-of-thousands" of emails just to reach the minimum payout!
- Another thing I found out in their Terms and Conditions is that you should always be a member to be eligible for payments. You see, failure to login to your account for 30 days will deem your accumulated clicks and commissions void.
So I guess the only solution to this is to always pay your membership fee.
But they said it was free. All I can see is pay this, pay that... pay, pay, pay!!!
What happened to "duplicate my success for free" ?
If you're thinking the lies are beginning to add up, you're right.
Is Copy My Email System a Scam?
You’ve come to the section of my review where you’ll finally discover whether Copy My Email System is legit or a scam, but first, let's talk about what a scam is because it's not always black and white.
A lot of these systems are half-scams. They may have some legitimate value inside, but the sales pitch is a lie. Or at the very least, extremely misleading.
For example, no system can guarantee you'll make X amount of dollars in X amount of time. So even if a product provides a real online marketing education... if the reason you joined is because they made some crazy guarantee of getting rich... it's still a scam in my opinion.
When it comes to Copy My Email system, there are several red flags that jump out at us.
Red Flag #1 – Bobby the Fiverr Actor
Like I said, Bobby is a paid actor from Fiverr. This is a huge red flag because if they can lie to you about the product’s owner, what else could they be lying about?
Bobby said he already earned millions of dollars with his system. He also claimed he’ll be letting you copy his system for free and that you and he can be partners in this business.
How is this possible if Bobby doesn’t even exist?
The actor is only pretending to be a millionaire. And if you can't even trust Bobby is real, it's a good bet that 99% of the claims made in their sales video are lies.
Red Flag #2 – It’s Not Really Free
I watched the Copy My Email System Sales Video a couple times. If I’m not mistaken, Bobby said (about 10 times) that it’s free and you should hide your wallet.
Here’s the truth. The registration is indeed “free” because you can get inside by just entering your name and email. But after that, you’ll need to pay to use their system.
Yes, you need to pay!
Right now, they’re giving a $1 trial offer for 5 days, but then you’ll be required to pay a membership fee of $97/month.
I don't know about you, but in my world, $97 does not equal free.
Maybe in Bobby's world it does, but Bobby's world is a fantasy land where millionaires are made instantly.
Here on Earth, Copy My Email System is NOT free.
There are other costs too! For one, you’ll need an email auto-responder to send out emails, and that will cost you anywhere from $15 to $100 or more per month depending on your list size.
And then there are upsells!
Their cheapest package for 500 email subscribers costs $29 per month. And if you want more, they’ll sell you more (5,000 email subscribers can cost up to $200).
Wait, didn't he say it was free?
Again,iIt was just another BIG FAT LIE from a internet millionaire who doesn't exist.
Instead of earning money, you'll be losing money!
Red Flag #3 – Guaranteed Income Machines?
If you look at the disclaimer at the bottom of their sales page, you’ll see that it says Guaranteed Income Machines. I have an explanation for this… it was copied from the Guaranteed Income Machines site (also called GIM System) to Copy My Email System's site.
The reason why this is another huge red flag is because Guaranteed Income Machines has been exposed as a scam. In fact, you can no longer find this site on the internet. And just so you know, they also used Bobby’s sales video there.
This is another tactic commonly used by these scam sites. They keep the scam running as long as they can until people catch on, then they just copy and paste the same scam onto a new website with a new name, and run it again.
Copy My Email System is really just a copy of the Guaranteed Income Machines scam.
The red flags don't stop there, but if you've already read enough and Copy My Email System isn't for you, you can also earn some extra money with online survey sites.
Market research companies like Survey Junkie are a simple way to get paid online. Swag Bucks is another site that pays for doing things you may be doing online anyway, like watching videos, playing simple web games and visiting websites.
You won't be able to retire on survey money of course, but if you've never made money online before, they can be a good place to start and lead to something bigger down the road like an online business.
Making money from home might be something you need because of medical issues, children to look after, or maybe you're just tired of working for a boss.
If that’s the case, knowing how (and where) to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
Okay... moving on with more red flags...
Red Flag #4 – Instant Email Empire?
Look (below), they even have very similar sales pages. By the way, the red flag here is that Instant Email Empire has also been exposed by many reviewers as a scam site.
Red Flag #5 – Profit With Mike?
Look at their tabs (below)… they all said PWM. So what does this mean?
Well, PWM stands for Profit With Mike – this is yet another one of their sister scams!
You see, sometimes these scammers forget (or just don't care) to change everything when they rebrand their scam. That’s why you’ll still see traces of their past names and webistes when they launch their new programs.
And why not?
The truth is, if they keep relaunching the same scam, it must be working. I mean... working for them. Not for you.
Red Flag #6 – Copyright DE Marketing?
You’ll also see in their Terms and Conditions that they placed a copyright to their program. It says DE Marketing, All Rights Reserved.
Well, just so you know, DE Marketing has no online presence whatsoever. They don’t have social media accounts and even Google has no record of their existence. So what I’m saying is, this DE Marketing company is either fictitious or inconsequential.
What I mean by that is this...
We're talking about a system that promises to make people rich. A golden ticket to a new life for literally thousands of people.
Seriously, Copy My Email System claims tons of "new members are making money every day..."
We're talking about people who might avoid bankruptcy, parents who can put their kids through university, families able to cover serious medical bills and in some cases... even save lives.
And yet the parent company to this "life changing miracle" can't be found?
It sounds a little suspicious to me. Something with powerful of an impact on the world would probably be on Ellen. Instead, we can't even find it with a simple search.
Not only is Bobby fake, I'm pretty sure DE Marketing (as well as their contact information and address) is also fake.
Red Flag #7 - Really HUGE Email List?
Bobby said the reason he's cloning himself is because he has this huuuuge email list and he needs to share it. That's another lie because...
One... email auto-responders can easily take care of huuuge emails lists! He doesn't need "help" with it.
Two... building an email list is one of online marketing's biggest expenses, you don't just give it away (which he doesn't, as you find out when you get inside the members area).
So in my opinion, because of their many red flags, I'm calling Copy My Email System a scam.
Copy My Email System Reviews and Complaints
I found some reviews and complaints on Quora about Copy My Email System. Have a look… these are about the program being a scam and not getting a refund.
I also found some interesting complaints (about getting paid) on Instant Email Empire (their sister scam) and thought you might want to see them (see screenshots below from ComplaintsBoard.com).
Keep in mind that some of Copy My Email System’s pages redirect to this site, so it’s safe to assume that they’re basically the same thing.
What I Like About Copy My Email System
What I Don't Like
- Their many deceptive marketing strategies (to the point of sucking money from people).
- Their many conditions/requirements on releasing payments to their members.
- The concept of spamming.
- Saying it’s free when it’s not!
- The many lies and deceptions.
Where Do You Go From Here?
As you can see in the red flags section of this review, Copy My Email System is associated with scam sites such as Instant Email Empire. Guaranteed Income Machines (GIM System), and PWM – Profit With Mike. The way it works with these sister scam sites is they get rebranded/rehashed when they’re exposed as scams.
In the case of Copy My Email System, you can see that it’s filled with lies.
For me, it starts and ends with Bobby because if he’s the fake owner of the program, it could only mean that everything else (and their promises) are also fake. And most of all, I smell something unethical going on in the background with selling of people's email addresses.
I know you want to make money online, and I can assure you there are legit ways to do it. But getting involved in get-rich-quick schemes like Copy My Email System could backfire big time, and I don’t want you to lose money in the process.
If I thought Copy My Email System was legit, I would recommend it to you. But since it’s most certainly a scam, I would advise you to stay away from it. Remember, it’s not really free!
Again, if something bigger is what you want, an online business might be what you're looking for.
You might be a student in school or a single parent at home. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult, or maybe you just hate your job and you’re desperate for a way out.
With all the scams and get-rich-quick schemes out there though, knowing how and where to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.
I hope my Copy My Email System review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with Copy My Email System, please share in the comments section below.