By Jay

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The MSW System… or Money Sucking Website, is everything that’s wrong with the make-money-online industry in my opinion. Whenever I review a program like this I’m stunned by the depths of dishonesty scammers are willing to go.

Do they justify it in some way… maybe to support their families?

Is it contempt… a deliberate scam to harm others? Maybe it’s just a game… the thrill of ripping people off?

I don't know what their motives are, but I do know Money Sucking Website is not being honest. They do deserve a fair review however, so before I jump to conclusions and "label" them a scam... I'll share my opinion, explain what the MSW System is all about, and go through a list of lies that uncovers their dishonesty. 

MSW System Sales Pitch

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not affiliated with The MSW System. This review has been researched with information and testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any conclusions drawn by myself are opinions.

What Is Money Sucking Website About?


Money Sucking Website pretends to be a one-button $500/day cash machine gifted to you by Willy Handcock… a supposed accountant who got fired from his 12-hour a day job.

As though it was divine intervention, his luck turned when he remembered a multi-million-dollar tax return he had prepared for a 28-year old Russian named Sergey.

Down to his final days of employment, Willy contacted Sergey, hoping to learn the secret of how a 28-year-old becomes a multi-millionaire.

The answer, according to Sergey, is affiliate marketing.

With a one-button Money Sucking Website that ranks at the very top of Google’s search results, you will have money pummeling your bulging bank account (Willy’s word’s, not mine).

So, what’s the problem? Well, there are few actually…

  • The first is that Willy Handcock doesn’t exist, as I’ll show you in a moment…
  • The second is that building a website that ranks at the top of Google is anything but easy.
  • The third problem is that a new website can take days before Google even knows it exists (not minutes as "Willy" suggests).
  • Fourth… in a competitive niche like golf (which Willy claimed was his first website to "immediately" make money)… it'll take several months (or even years) for a golf-related money-making article to reach the first page of Google.    

Now... I can’t say it’s impossible to make money this way, because it's one of the strategies I use to make money online. I build websites that rank well in Google and through affiliate marketing I earn money.

But… having a decent amount of experience at this I can tell you with 100% certainty, that the reality of making money this way is nothing like Money Sucking Website describes. 

If you need to make money at home because you have health issues, kids at home or the job market is just not good, MSW is not the answer. 

Peace of mind is what you want and a legitimate strategy is what you need  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.

You can also make money doing surveys on sites like surveyjunkie.com  and swagbucks.com

For a more substantial income you also have the option of starting an online business.  

Is Money Sucking Website a Scam?


Scams can vary. There are flat-out scams that tell blatant lies, take your money, and you never hear from them again. 

There are also scams that offer some value, but they use deceptive tactics to drag you along with the promise that success is just one upsell away. 

In my opinion, Money Sucking Website is closer to the first kind... for a few reasons...  

  • They say you'll be making money your very first day, which no legit program can promise. 
  • Having read reviews from members, many are fighting to get their money back from MSW. 
  • The Money Sucking Website sales video is like just a laundry list of blatant lies.
  • And, you can find this exact same system "rebranded" recently as Website ATM.  

But first, full disclosure... I did not purchase the MSW System. I've seen enough of these before (most likely from the same people) and although I believe them to be a scam just like the others (I'm quite certain their is no $47 push-button machine that spits out money), since I didn't pay... I'll stop short of labeling them one.  

What I will do though is expose their deceit and dishonesty.

Can You Build a One-Button Website?


Before I get to the lies, it's only fair that I talk about what's true. 

You can build a website with a single button like MSW says you can... that's true. Or at least with a "few" clicks.

For the most part, my websites are built that way and it's something I show people (who have no experience) how to do.

But at the "few clicks" stage, we're NOT talking about "$500/day" websites. They're still in the bare-bones stage and lacking an identity. They don't yet tell your story and they don't have any content or design...

They may be real websites, but they're still an empty canvas and to simple to generate free traffic from search engines, so you'll have to pay for your traffic like you would with a system like the Secret Affiliate Machine for example.

These are not money-making machines as "Willy" suggests.


Does Affiliate Marketing Really Work?


The principles of affiliate marketing which Willy touches on are also true.

There are thousands of us who build websites that rank well in the search engines and through affiliate marketing, we earn money from them.

It’s not only a legit way to make a living, but it’s also the hidden foundation that the web is built upon.

From social media influencers and podcasts, to every product review, tutorial and recipe that you find online… people are making a living with affiliate marketing.

They are earning commissions when they use and recommend products.

The largest affiliate program in the world is through Amazon… which is why programs like these cling to the Amazon name. It makes them sound legit.  

Amazon Cash Websites

But beyond that... there isn't much (if any) truth in the what Money Sucking Website is telling you.

If you really want to make money through Amazon's affiliate program, a legitimate strategy is 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.

You can also make money doing surveys on sites like surveyjunkie.com  and swagbucks.com

For a more substantial income you also have the option of starting an online business.  

Deception No. 1 - Money Within Minutes


In the MSW System sales video, Willy says his first website was about golf. It was created with a single push of the ‘Enter’ key and was making money within minutes.

Let’s compare that to a real example,

If you’re searching for “best golf balls”, you might come across a website like twogolfguys.com who has an article to match your search… “the best golf balls".

Affilate Website Example

You’ll also notice for each recommendation, they have a link that takes you to Amazon.

Every time someone buys golf balls using their Amazon link, twogolfguys.com earns a small commission (at no extra cost to the purchaser).

So… the way they describe making money online is possible. What's NOT possible though is making it "within minutes".

The competition for a search like "best golf balls" is exceptionally high. People who do it know their stuff, and they've established themselves as authorities on the topic. 

To land on the first page of Google for that search term is an absolute gold mine... which is why it's not easy (or fast).

It can be done with advertising, but unless you have your marketing game down to a science... the money you spend will be far more than you make. 


Deception No. 2 - Willy Handcock Does Not Exist


Willy (or whatever his real name is) talks about fake gurus who are nothing more than a hired voice. It would be funny if the dishonesty wasn't so cruel… because whoever this guy is, he is nothing more than a hired voice.

At the risk of taking this review in the wrong direction, let's first consider the name Willy Handcock.

Maybe it's just me... but I'll go out on a limb and say that the names Willy and Handcock are perfectly fine on their own, but together seem like someone's idea of a joke... as both are a reference to male anatomy. 

I envision the creator of this Willy character laughing about it, but maybe that's just my juvenile mind at work... it's not proof.

What is proof though is this picture of Willy and his family. A quick search and you can find it in Adobe’s Stock image gallery.

Willy Handcock is Fake

And as you can see… his “internet marketing” son Stevie was photoshopped in after…

The crazy thing is that he goes into a long speech about fake gurus and why the picture above and his story proves he is real...

It proves nothing. The fake picture on the other hand proves just the opposite.

Deception No. 3 - Fake Testimonials


We know Willy is fake, but what about the testimonials?

They seem to be genuine, and it’s hard to imagine that someone would put themselves on camera like that and tell a flat-out lie.

But the truth is, they do it for money. You see these fake testimonials everywhere on promotional videos for systems like China Cash Clone and Point 2 Click Profits

Here’s just one more example…

Money Sucking Website Fake Testimonials

There is an entire category on Fiverr.com where people sell spokesperson videos. You also see these fake testimonials in scams like Kids Have Money. These are actors working from a script and every word is lie.

Deception No. 4 - A $500/day Website Is Easy


Going back to our example of twogolfguys.com, a few webtools tell us that their website is 2 years old, it has 160 indexed pages, and that the best golf balls article referenced earlier is more than 24,000 original words long (not duplicated on any other website).

They also have 1000 or more established websites that are linking to them… each one a vote of confidence that search engines take into consideration.

But even that isn’t enough for them to reach the top spot…

While they’re ranking extremely well for a 2-year-old website, the top spots are occupied by sites like Golf Digest and Business Insider.

I have no idea how much money this website earns but in a popular niche like golf, $500 per day is possible.

A $47 dollar money sucking website that makes $500 the very first day though... is an absolute lie.

500 per Day Website Is A Scam

Deception No. 5 – You Don’t Have to Write a Single Word


A big “no-no” when you want your website to rank well in the search engines is to use duplicate content. 

If your site is a copy and paste version of another… Google (Bing, Yahoo, and all the search engines) give it little to no notice at best, or penalize it at worst... meaning it won't even exist in search. 

Either way, you can’t build a succesful website using duplicate content that can be found somewhere else. 

So, when Willy Handcock says the your Money Sucking Website doesn't require you to write a single word... who is going to do the writing for you?

I doubt they have a team of writers pushing out hundreds of original articles for free.

Again… there are more than enough red flags to indicate Money Sucking Website is a scam, but claiming you can build a $500 per day website without writing a single word is ridiculous.

Deception No. 6 - False Scarcity


Another tactic that's common with scams is the idea that there are limited spots available.

False Scarcity

Apparently, they are only opening MSW to 300 people because of the fear it’ll get into the wrong hands.

What?

They’re promoting it to thousands (maybe millions) of random people online, opening the doors for anyone willing to pay! 

If that’s their idea of keeping it out of the wrong hands, they’d better stay away from the “security" niche.


Deception No. 7 - More Than $500/Day...


It gets even better when Willy claims these sites could be tweaked… or hacked… to earn a $1000 per day or more, but that they are capping them at $500 so that they don’t attract the authorities.

  • First… as I mentioned earlier… it’s absolutely possible to make money this way. I know a lot of people who do (myself included). However, you don't go up against sites like Business Insider and Golf Digest. You go after the smaller, less competitive industries and interests where you have a much better chance of being noticed.

    But because they are smaller, those websites usually make $500 a MONTH... not a day... and I can promise you that your big problem won’t be capping it so it doesn't make too much.

    With multiple sites at $500/month though, you can earn a very good income while traveling, spending time with your family, or doing whatever it is you like to do. It’s a good life… but it’s nothing like what Money Sucking Website is promising you.
     
  • Second… there’s a word for things that you hide from the “authorities” (as Willy claims they are doing). The word is… illegal.


Deception No. 8 - The Cost to Join Money Sucking Website


Another one of my favorite moments is when Willy reveals the cost. Their first 7 sales were at $10,000 he says… which is a price he claims was “totally worth it”.

But it wasn’t enough. They wanted more people to benefit from the opportunity, and being so generous, they lowered it to $9,000.

Still not good enough. They then dropped it $6,000 and so on. All the way down to $100 which they finally decided to cut in half and give you an extra three bucks.

Your all-in price for a system that makes you hundreds of dollars within your first hour (and MILLIONS per year) is only $47?

Just to push a button…

I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sure most people wouldn’t give this MILLION DOLLAR SECRET away for forty-seven bucks. In fact, they’d probably say “keep your $47 !  I can push that button myself all day.”

And… when you’re so exhausted that you can’t push the button any more... generosity is NOT giving it way to random people online for $47 because they "feel" for us.

Suspicious Motives

Real generosity would be to use it to feed people who are starving or give it away to people in countries where there are no jobs.

Of course, I have no way of knowing for certain that a $10,000 to $47 price drop is a lie, but in my opinion… their reasoning doesn’t make sense.

They are literally talking about a machine that spits out money when you press a button… quite possibly the greatest invention of all time... or at least since the invention of money. And you can have it for forty-seven bucks?

I’m not buying it (literally or figuratively).
  

MSW System Reviews and Complaints


Having read multiple reviews and complaints on social media, forums and blogs… the one thing that stands out is not the money people are losing (or fighting with their bank to get refunded), it’s the disappointment of broken promises.

The truth is… Money Sucking Website is not selling a system. They’re selling HOPE… throwing an imaginary lifeline to people who need a real one... and it’s just plain cruel.

They're giving people a dream, and immediately taking it away.
  

Where Do You Go From Here?


I hope you’re reading this review before spending your money, not after. When researching the MSW System there were a lot of people struggling to get their money back.

The reality of making money online is that it’s NOT as easy as pushing a button. It’s absolutely possible and I can tell you, it's worth every minute you put into it… but you need a legit strategy.

If you have health issues that are keeping you at home, kids to look after or the economy is not good, an online income and peace of mind is what you want, and a reputable platform is what you need to get what you want.

To learn exactly how I did it, 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.

You can also make money doing surveys on sites like surveyjunkie.com  and swagbucks.com

Of course, surveys won't make you rich but they are a good first step. For a more substantial income you also have the option of starting an online business.  

As I mentioned, it's not as easy as these "gurus" would have you believe but then again, neither is University (4+ years and tens of thousands of dollars) or a lifetime working a job.

I wish I could tell you the MSW System was your answer, but I can’t. There are many honest ways to make a living online… unfortunately, this isn’t one of them.

Hopefully my MSW System Review was helpful and please, if you have any comments, questions, or experience with Money Sucking Website… please share in the comments section below.

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  1. Tried 5 times on payment part of site kept saying bad card….. Then it says waiting for bank to authorize payment…. Check my bank account. You stole 2 $47 payment and gave no way to start program ….. Yes that makes me the fool thanks

    1. Hi Daniel, I left you a longer reply to your other comment but I just wanted to be clear here as well that this site (nor myself) have any affiliation with Website ATM.

  2. Thank You for your review. I am looking for a legit affiliate marketing company I can partner with. I am a newbie and don’t knkw nothing biut building websites.

    1. Hi Tonya,

      There are definitely many legit companies you can partner with and courses you can take to learn affiliate marketing and how to build websites that rank on Google. You can read about my top recommendation at https://staging-gighustlers.siterubix.com/wealthy-affiliate-review and the reason for this recommendation is because my site gets tens of thousands of visitors every month as a result of what I’ve learned there. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you’d like help 🙂

      Jay

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