Income Sites Online Review (SCAM or Legit Way to Make $1K Per Day?)

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Welcome and thanks for stopping by to read my Income Sites Online Review.

Since you’re here, it’s safe to assume you’d like to earn a living online. And it seems like Income Sites Online might be the answer. But you’re not sure if it’s legit.

I get it. I wasn’t sure at first either. In fact, I was pretty sure it was a scam so I dug a little further to find out and I’ll share what I discovered.

In this review I’ll discuss what Income Sites Online is, how it works and why you shouldn’t trust it. I’ll also pull the covers off and reveal whether it’s legit, or if it’s exactly what you suspect it might be… a scam.

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Income Sites Online. 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 “Income Sites Online”?

Let me start by saying I’d like to be fair to whoever created Income Sites Online and give it a proper review, but it’s not easy. The truth is that they’re not being fair to you and there’s a lot of deception going on here.

So I will explain what it is and how it works, but I’m also going to reveal the lies.

Income Sites Online claims to be a group of money making websites created by someone named Jake.

These are not just any money making websites. According to Jake they’ve generated him more than $10 Million Dollars over the last 4 years and now, for reasons he doesn’t explain… he wants to let you copy them.

I must be honest, I’ve seen this sales pitch before.

I wasn’t sure at first but it didn’t take long to figure out that Income Sites Online is really the same program as another “instant cash” site called Website ATM.

In fact, when I clicked the “Yes, Let Me In!” button, it took my to Website ATM’s payment page (and the price was $47, not $37 like the video says). Hopefully by the time you’re reading this review it gets fixed.

Income Sites Online Same As Website ATM

This use of same systems under different names is common. When I reviewed Website ATM a few months ago, it turned out to be a knock off another site called Money Sucking Websites (or the MSW System).

There’s an endless stream of make-money-online schemes like this one and Income Sites Online won’t be the last.

To be clear though, the “concepts” you learn are legit, even if the system itself is not. You can build websites like Income Sites Online says and make money with them, but it won’t happen immediately like they claim.

And you won’t be able to do it using just what they provide.

There are things you need to learn and things you need to do before you can start making money.

If it’s just a little extra “end of the month” money you’re looking for and you’d rather not risk your $37 (or $47) on Income Sites Online, you can always do something simple like surveys.

Companies like surveyjunkie.com and swagbucks.com will pay you for your opinion and Swag Bucks even offers rewards for doing things like watching videos, searching the web and visiting websites.

If you’re looking for something bigger like a full-time income from home, an online business might be what you want.

You might be tired of your job or even dealing with health or childcare difficulties. If that’s the case, a legitimate training platform is what you need in order to get what you want.

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How Does It Work?

As Jake, our Income Sites Online Narrator continues… he says he’ll take care of all the work for you. This includes website coding such as HTML and CSS, as well as list building, ppc advertising, merchant processing, building funnels and marketing.

All you have to do is check your phone or computer to make sure the money is coming in.

Your Tasks With Income Site Online

Having reviewed hundreds of make-money systems and scams, this is one of the craziest claims I’ve seen. I mean… Jake does all of the work for you?

Your job is just to sit back and collect the money?

If it sounds too good to be true, that’s because it is.

Income Sites Online, just like Website ATM and similar systems make use something called PLR products (private label rights).

These are digital products such as ebooks, videos, courses, software etc. in which the author has sold their intellectual property rights and you (or the creators of Income Sites Online in this case) can purchase the resell rights.

PLR Content Examples
Private Label Rights Examples (PLR)

And PLR is cheap. You can purchase the resell rights to literally tens of thousands of products for as little as a hundred bucks in some cases.

Then, depending on the license, you can slap your name on it and sell it as your own.

As you might imagine, if you’re buying the resell rights to thousands of products for as little as $100, they’re not the highest quality. If they were, the authors would be selling them at a premium.

In most cases they’re outdated products that are no longer relevant and provide little value.

So instead of getting access to million dollar websites, when you sign up for sites like Income Sites Online, what you’re really getting is access to cheap PLR content that might provide some basic (but outdated) information, but little more.

It’s definitely NOT a copy and paste system that generates $1000/day.

Depending one when you’re reading this, you may also get hit with some upsells.

The creators of these sites test different offers at different price points, so you might see another video immediately after joining.

This one will offer you another “time limited” product… but it’ll be priced a lot higher than the original Income Sites Online membership you paid for.

If you decline the offer, you’ll be sent to a downsell – either a cheaper product or discounted version of the product they just offered you.

But at the end of the day, what you’re getting are a bunch of PLR tutorials, videos, ebooks etc. that have very little value.

That’s how Income Sites Online works.

Is Income Sites Online a Scam?

When you join Income Sites Online, there is some value.

It might only be cheap PLR, but if you’re new to making money online, you’ll probably learn something. However, the information you’re getting is nothing you can’t get find elsewhere for free.

The real problem, and the reason you might consider them to be a scam, is that you’re not getting what you were promised.

Jake (who is most likely a made up character) tells you that he’s giving you access to his websites so you an copy them and instantly make $1000 per day. He even says you’re earning money while you’re watching the video.

That’s simply not true, and I’ll go through the list of reasons and red flags in a moment.

But as far as Income Sites Online being a scam? Based on the promises being made in the introduction video, in my opinion… yes, they are.

There are just too many lies and deceptions to be considered legit (even if you do get some basic information).

That doesn’t mean you can’t make money online, it’s just not as easy as Income Sites Online says it is.

If you’re like me and don’t mind a little hard work, then you can certainly do it. It’ll just require more effort than checking your phone to make sure the money’s rolling in.

You may be at home because of health reasons for example, or children to take care of. Or maybe you just don’t like your job and would rather have a legit online business.

If that’s the case, knowing how to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.

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You can also make some extra spending money doing surveys on sites like surveyjunkie.com and swagbucks.com. They won’t make you rich of course, but they can be a simple way to get started online.

Red Flags

It wouldn’t be fair for me to just tell you that Income Sites Online is a scam, and then leave it at that.

So I’ll go over some significant red flags and warnings.

Red Flag #1 – Fake Testimonials

What would a make-money-online program be without proof, right?

Jake shows us a few examples of people he claims to have helped earn money online like Jay Watkins of Clearwater, FL.

With a little research I was able to find Jay Watkins on several other websites as well, including Best Buy…

Income Sites Online Is Using Stock Photo Models

Of course this is not someone named Jay Watkins and Income Sites Online is not the system that helped him earn $500 online.

If this model makes any money online, it’s payment for being in picture.

There are dozens of sites you can buy stock photos like these, as well as people who will film fake video testimonials for you.

If you spend enough hours searching you’ll find the paid actors used by Income Sites Online and similar systems.

Here’s an example of a fake testimonial…

Fake Video Testimonials Example Income Sites Online

The most common place to find actors like this is on a site called Fiverr, and you can hire them to film whatever you need.

In the case of Income Sites Online, it’s people telling you they made money with the system… but it can be for anything as shown in this screenshot below.

Fake Spokespersons Video
Source: Fiverr

So when it comes to video testimonials they provide flimsy proof at best. They’re just too easy to fake and we need to dig deeper to find out if the claims that Income Sites Online is making are true.

Red Flag #2 – False Scarcity

According to Jake, he’s just looking for 15 more people and if you were watching the video, he said you were one of the lucky ones. In fact, if you were to leave the page, the next person in line would take your spot.

I guess my first question is, how did I get so lucky? And you’re probably asking yourself the same thing.

How did you get so lucky to find Income Sites Online and be one of only fifteen more people to have your money problems whisked away?

The thing that doesn’t sit right is this…

If good-guy Jake is so nice that he’s willing to give a limited number of people copies of his million dollar websites, you’d think he’d have higher standards.

I mean, we’re just random people. He doesn’t know us.

I’m sure you and I are good and deserving (well, I’d like to think I am), but what if a violent criminal or someone who was already rich landed on his page?

Do they also deserve to be one of a lucky few who stumbles onto this money-making miracle?

You’d think he’d be a little more picky about who he chooses. And to be honest, I’m not the guy he’s looking for either.

There are people in the world who really need it.

Remember what he said? He’s going to do all the work for you and all you do is check to make sure the money is coming in, right?

Fifteen people (not including whoever else he’s already let in) multiplied by $1,000 per/day is $15,000!

Per day, every day!

That’s fifteen thousand dollars he’s doing all the work for and just giving it away (to people he doesn’t even know).

Well… not all of it. He is asking you for $37 to prove you’re serious. And you better do in NOW because his doors are closing tonight.

Income Sites Online False Scarcity

I don’t know about you, but if I was spending my days doing all the work for someone else (and giving them tens of thousands of dollars), I’d want to at least make sure they needed it, deserved it, and were going to do something good with it.

Of course the real truth is that Income Sites Online is not just looking for 15 more people. And he’s not closing his doors tonight.

I’m quite certain he’ll be there tomorrow just like he was yesterday.

Just to be sure, I gave up my spot and came back a day later. As you can probably guess, I was still one of the “lucky few” and he still needed 15 more people.

There’s nothing wrong with scarcity, legit businesses use it all the time.

For example, I was at the Quick Lube yesterday getting an oil change for my car and I paid with a coupon. The coupon had an expiry date.

If I hadn’t taken action before the coupon expired a week from now, I would have lost the opportunity and ended up up paying full price.

That’s just one example of legit scarcity. I’m sure you can think of many more. Sales. Limited time only Bacon Mushroom Melts (looking at you Wendy’s) 🙂

But the way Income Sites Online is using scarcity is a complete lie. And if they’ll lie about that, as well as the fake testimonials… what else might they lie about?

Red Flag #3 – “Jake” Is Fake

Even if we ignore the fact that Jake doesn’t have a last name and we don’t see any pictured of him or his family, it’s his story that gives it away.

Let me explain…

Jake claims to have made $10 million dollars in 4 short years with his websites.

Income Sites Online Bold Claim

I must be honest… this is difficult for me to hear because I also built my first website 4 years ago (in 2015).

Since then, just like Jake… I’ve built several more and I also make money online. But I must be doing something wrong because I can tell you…

… I haven’t made anything close to $10 million dollars. Now that’s a punch to my ego 😀

Jake even shows us proof that he’s made over $10,000,000…

Income Sites Online Bank Statement Proof

When you add his bank statements together, you do indeed get over $10 million dollars, and this is where his story falls apart.

Now… he didn’t say Income Sites Online earned him over $11 million, $12 million, or $15 million dollars.

He didn’t say $20 million dollars.

He specifically said $10 million dollars, and that’s consistent with his bank statements.

What the means, and what we’re supposed to believe, is that every dollar he made in the last 4 years is still sitting in his two bank accounts. He didn’t spend any of it.

No house, no car, no boat, no vacations…

Not even any investments? Really?

He just parked $10,000,000 in a low interest bank account and let it sit there doing nothing?

I can only speculate, and I suppose there’s a 1 in a billion chance you and I actually stumbled onto a recluse millionaire who lets his money sit in the bank while sharing his secrets with you, me and just 13 other people…

… but I doubt it.

Red Flag #4 – Pretending It's a Live Video

As you watch the Income Sites Online video Jake says that he’s set up your account and you’re already making money. Just like that. It’s just sitting there waiting for you…

Midway through the video Jake logs in to your “account” and pauses for moment before saying this…

“…aaaand Wow!”

“Look, your account has already earned $135!”

He doesn’t just tell you that you’ve made $135, he shows you.

Your Income Sites Online Account

So let’s look at it a little closer…

In the 2 seconds it took him to say “aaaand Wow!”… he was able to not only take a screenshot of your account, but highlight, circle text and and even add an arrow to it.

Then he says you’ve just seen “live proof” that it works. As if you’re watching him live and this is NOT an edited video with text, images and testimonials.

Income Sites Online Live Proof

Of course this is how much “I” earned in 6 minutes, how about you?

I’m quite certain you earned $135 too. 🙂

A few minutes later Jake logs in again and says…

“Wow, you’ve made $175!”

Thanks Jake, but if I made $175, why are you charging me $37 to join? Just take it out of the money you already owe me, lol.

Red Flag #5 – It's Just Too Good To Be True

Of all the red flags, this is probably the one that brought you to this review. You heard about Income Sites Online but it just sounded too good to be true.

And of course, you know how it goes. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Simply copying someone’s system for $37 and getting an instant return of $1000 per day as Income Sites Online suggests…

That definitely sounds too good to be true.

Where Do You Go From Here?

I know what it’s like wishing you were able to earn your living online. To be home with your family and doing the things you love.

You might even be desperate for it. I get it.

My desperation led me down a rabbit hole with hundreds of schemes like Income Online Sites… which is why I review them.

But the worst part is not the $37 or whatever they charge you to join.

The worst part is they get your hopes up. The make you believe, if only for a second, that the weight of the world is being lifted off your shoulders.

You now it’s probably a scam, but still… you hope it’s not. What if this is the one, right?

But it never is, and as quickly as you give them your credit card number, they drop the world on you and your hopes get crushed again. I know… I’ve been there.

The simple truth is that making money online is possible, but it requires work. I get up every morning like I would if I was going to a job. I make my coffee, sit down at my desk here, and I work.

I have a lot of freedom, and if I want to get away I can.

But there’s no push button system or “guru” who’s doing the work for me.

Income Sites Online won’t have you sitting on a beach sipping margaritas. If it did, I’d be there with you 🙂

Having said that, you can make money online.

If working from home is important to you because of a medical issue for example, children at home, or maybe you just don’t like your job… an online business is what you want.

With schemes like Income Sites Online out there though, knowing how and where to start properly is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

If it’s just some extra spending money you’re after though, you can also make money doing online surveys with sites like surveyjunkie.com  and swagbucks.com

They won’t make you $1000 per day… but if you’ve never made money online before they can be a good stepping stone to something bigger down the road.

I hope my Income Sites Online review was helpful and if you have any comments, questions or experience with Income Sites Online… Please share in the comments section below.  

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3 thoughts on “Income Sites Online Review (SCAM or Legit Way to Make $1K Per Day?)”

  1. Great review. Really informative and convincing. It’s definitely a scam that need to be exposed. It could also lead on providing one’s confidential info in the long run.

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  2. Please can u do a research on the website called crazymoneyonline.com because it is also showing some of the redflags as u have mentioned. But there are lots of good reviews on that website.

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