So here we have the Website ATM, a one-button cash machine that claims to spit out $500 a day. If you've been trying to make money online, this system might sound good... but maybe a little "too good". I'm going to uncover the truth in this Website ATM review.
If your gut is telling you something's wrong here, you'd be right. I'm not sure what kind of people come up with systems like the Website ATM but whenever I review them I'm amazed at how low people will sink to scam others.
Is it just the money though, or do they enjoy ripping people off?
Either way, I'm going to give Website ATM a proper review like I would for any legit program, and before I get into the reasons I think they're a scam, I'll explain who they are and what they do. In my opinion, the list of lies and deceptions here are astounding... but it's your opinion that matters.
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Website ATM. 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 to apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info
What Is The Website ATM About?
The Website ATM is supposed to be a push-button website builder created by ex-accountant Nick Harvey. But, this is not just any website builder. It's an instant cash machine... like having an ATM in your pocket.
It's so good in fact, he asks you to keep it a secret.
"Don't tell anyone about this", he says. To keep the authorities (and other marketers) from catching on... they're going to limit the number of Website ATM's they sell to 300, and make sure each website is capped at only $500 per day.
The sales video and pitch is pretty good. It makes the same promise as similar systems like Point 2 Click Profits, 10 Minute Paydays, Income Sites Online, and Fast Home Sites which pretty much say you can "make money with a push of a button"... so I understand why you'd want to check out Website ATM further. It even got me a little excited and I already know how all of this stuff works.
The basic idea is that you pay $47 for a machine that builds websites for you. These websites are supposed to rank quickly on Google, generate traffic immediately, and start earning money within minutes.
In reality though, the $47 really only gives you access to some very basic information. Nothing that'll have you making money instantly in my opinion. And then, since you must share some contact information during the sign-up process... the next steps are a bunch of higher priced upsells.
It's true, you can earn money this way (it's how I earn my income online). But you can't do it with the push of a button.
I've also seen (and reviewed) Website ATM before... only it was called Money Sucking Website at the time (also referred to as the MSW System).
Notice any similarities?
The comparison doesn't stop there though. Except for the name "Nick Harvey" and the family picture, the Website ATM video is not just similar to those used in other scams... it's literally the same one.
If you watched the Website ATM video you may remember Nick Harvey introducing his wife Amanda and kids Caleb, Sara and Stevie (who wants to be an internet marketer like his Dad).
Now...here's a screen shot (below) from Money Sucking Website and I don't think the the names of Willy's wife and children are a coincidence...
Yes... apparently Willy also has a family with a wife name Amanda and kids named Caleb, Sara and Stevie (who also wants to be an internet marketer like his Dad).
What are the chances?
It's also a coincidence that these two guys (Willy Handcock and Nick Harvey) each created one-button cash machines that are selling for forty-seven bucks.
If that's not enough, they also share the same story.
Both of them are ex-accountants who were let go from their job and stumbled onto a multi-million dollar tax return by a large hairy-chested Russian guy name Sergey Popov... who taught them how to make money online in the golf niche.
Of course I'm just being sarcastic here because in my opinion... there is no Nick Harvey (or Willy Handcock). There's also no Amanda, Caleb, Sara or little Stevie who wants to be an internet marketer like his Dad.
At least, not associated with Website ATM.
Just like the reality of a push-button website that spits out cash, I don't believe Nick Harvey or his story are real.
In fact, there's so much here that's not true I'm not sure where to start. These are same people who are bringing us another push-button website creation system called Website Profits Pro.
I should mention though, that the "concepts" being talked about are real. People build affiliate websites every day and rank them on Google (and other search engines).
I think that's why Website ATM is partly believable, because the business model is legit.
But I can tell you from experience (since I also earn money this way) that it's not nearly as easy as Website ATM claims.
If you want to make money online this way, there are certain skills you can't avoid and a real training program is what you need in order to get what you want.
But, get-rich-quick schemes are exactly that... schemes.
The only people getting rich are the scammers.
If something easy is what you're looking for, I get it. There's nothing wrong wanting something easy... especially after a long day of work.
The won't make you rich, but they are simple... and more importantly, free to join.
Is Website ATM a Scam?
Well... you probably know what I want to say.
Yes... I think they're a scam, but to be fair I always try to hold off from calling something a scam because it's not always black and white. There are variations of scams.
In some cases, people's intentions are in the right place but they get a little too aggressive with their marketing. They may even believe their product is good.
In my opinion though, that's not the case with Website ATM. I will go out on a limb here and call them a scam.
I know what it takes to build a website that gets consistent traffic from Google and makes money, and saying you can do it with the push of button is 100% false.
To say you can build a cash machine that generates $500 per day with no effort, is more than aggressive marketing. It's a lie. There's no grey area here so yes, in my opinion, Website ATM is a scam.
That doesn't mean there isn't a little truth here though...
Truth #1 - You Can Build a Website With The Push of a Button.
I'm going to run down the list of lies... but first, there are a few things here that are true.
The first is that building a website is easy. A push of a button might be a stretch, but you can do it with just a few clicks so I'll give Website ATM that one.
What's not true though is that these simple websites will rank on Google, get traffic and make money. Google doesn't even index new websites for a few days (and sometimes it can take weeks).
And then, if you don't have anything on your website (which you won't with just a few clicks)... there is nothing for Google to "rank", especially in a competitive niche like "golf" which Nick claims was his first niche.
There is absolutely no way Google is going to rank a paper-thin website (with copy and paste content) higher than an established golf website with hundreds (if not thousands) of in-depth articles written by experts in the field.
Especially since that established website has been on the first page of Google for many months, if not years.
You have to earn your way onto the first page of Google.
Truth #2 - Affiliate Marketing Works?
If affiliate marketing did not work, I'd probably be wearing workboots and pulling electrical cables through walls right now (my old job).
Instead, I earn my living at home with my laptop. So yes... affiliate marketing works.
The fundamentals that Nick talks about are real.
You can build a website, rank it in the search engines and earn a living with affiliate marketing. But you must know how to do it and there is no push-button system that will do it all.
How do I know?
Because I (and countless other website owners) have looked for and tried systems like these before. Hey... we'd like our jobs to be easier too 😀
What we all eventually realize though, is that there are no shortcuts. If you want to make money this way, you can... but you can't just buy your way to the front of the line.
I wish there was a shortcut (and I tried to find one as I discuss in my free guide), but there isn't one.
Having spent thousands on make money online programs, and reviewing hundreds more... I have never found a real shortcut.
Truth #3 - You Need a Website
The third truth in my opinion is that you need a website.
During the sales video Nick says that guru's are telling you the BIG LIE, which is that you don't need a website.
Now, it depends on your definition of a "website", but at the very least you'll need a marketing funnel and your own domain name... which is pretty close to being a "website".
So, that's another truth I'm going to give Website ATM.
Putting it all together and earning an income from home though, requires some effort.
If you're like me and not afraid of a little hard work though, you can absolutely make money online and create the lifestyle you want. But it's not about "tricks", it's about learning new skills and a proper training program is what you need to get you want.
The Big Lies
Since Nick Harvey revealed a BIG LIE about not needing website, let's go over some more big lies.
#1 You Will Make Money In Minutes
According to "Nick" his push-button golf website was earning money in minutes.
That's a big lie.
This is how it really works.
Pretend you want to know what the best golf balls for windy days are. You search online for "best golf balls for windy days" and Google gives you a result.
The reason people use Google is because they want good results. They want a good answer to their question and it's Google's job to give them one. Google's entire existence depends on their ability to serve up the right content.
What people do NOT want is Nick Harvey's insta-site that was built 72 seconds ago with the click of a mouse... and Google knows that.
In fact, Google doesn't even know about Nick's website, nor do they care.
What Google is going to show you is a list of golf websites that have established their trust. These are websites with authority in the golf niche.
In other words, they've "earned" their position on Google (they didn't pay $47 for it).
An example of one of these websites might be this one...
The reason sites like these work so hard to build authority and get recognized by Google is because the button that says "Check The Price on Amazon" has the potential to be worth thousands of dollars every month.
There may be millions of people who visit this website and click that button which is linked to Amazon. When someone buys golf balls (or anything on Amazon) within 24 hours... the owner of that website earns a commission.
And here's another interesting statistic that exposes Website ATM big lie...
Real websites are typically worth 20 to 40 times what they earn per month.
That means a high ranking website in a popular niche like golf could easily earn $10,000 per month (even six-figures per month)... but let's say it just a measly 10K.
That would mean the owner could sell their website for $200,000 to $400,000.
In other words, it's the price of a house!
Nick is telling us we can build not one, but many money-making websites for just $47 (and the push of a button). So... it's kind of like he's trying to sell us a machine that builds houses for $47.
"Here... go build an entire neighborhood of brand new homes with this machine I built" 😀
Again, the "concept" of making money online this way is real, which is why Website ATM is half-believable. In reality though... it just doesn't work that way.
# 2 - Fake Testimonials
As you watch the Website ATM video you'll be introduced briefly (in the bottom left corner) to people who are making money with this system.
They are definitely real people, but they have nothing to do with Website ATM. Everything (except their faces of course) is fake. Their names, where they're from and the claim they made money with Website ATM.
These are all models who's pictures can be found on stock photography websites like Shutterstock (as shown below).
# 3 -Nick is Limiting Website ATM to Just 300 People
A lot of things have been said about Website ATM but this might be the most ridiculous.
He is literally telling us he has a machine that not only spits out instant money, but that he's such a nice guy he's giving it away for next to nothing because we found him on the internet.
If he's such a "nice guy" why is he giving it to just anyone?
Don't give it to me!
Give it to someone who's starving? Who's house is being foreclosed on because they have medical bills piling up?
Give all 300 of your machines to people in oppressive countries where opportunity is impossible.
Don't waste them on people who might not even need the money to begin with!
Of course this limit of 300 ATM machines is a lie. LOL... Maybe they had a few left over that no one wanted when they were called Money Sucking Website... You know, because it's hard to give away a machine that generates instant cash with the push of button.
I mean... who would want one of those, right?
# 4 – You Don’t Even Have To Write a Single Word
I don't even know where to begin with this one.
Artificial intelligence is getting good... but it's not so good that it can replace writers. Most of us who build websites know this because we've looked 😀
There are "bots" that can scrape the internet and loosely compile an article that sort of makes sense, but it's barely readable.
Another option is to hire a writer, but that's going to cost you a heck of lot more than $47.
Finally, you could just copy and paste articles from other people's websites, and some thieves do try this ... but Google is is smart.
They know where those articles appeared first and if your site is just a collection of copied articles from other people's websites, forget it...
... your site will never rank in the search engines, it will never get traffic, and it will never make a single cent.
# 5 - Websites are "Throttled" to ONLY Make $500/Day...
I've reviewed a lot of scams... but Website ATM might deserve the award for the most outrageous claims.
Only $500 a day you say?
Apparently, you can hack these websites to earn $1000 per day or more, but to keep the authorities from catching on... let's keep them capped at $500.
Um... okay. I guess a $47 machine that spits out $500 per day is not going to attract attention?
That's a 1000% return on your investment, on the VERY FIRST DAY!
Nope, I'm sure that won't attract anyone's attention.
But it gets even better... because your Website ATM doesn't just make one website... it makes many. You could build ten websites and get a 10,000% return on that investment...
... on the VERY FIRST DAY!
How about your second day? 20,000 percent!
Your third day? 30,000 percent!
I mean... these returns are better than Bitcoin, but then again, Bitcoin didn't attract anyone's attention either, right? 😀
Where Do You Go From Here?
In my opinion, Website ATM will not generate $500 a day. If it sounds too good to be true (and Website ATM does sound too good to be true), it probably is.
There's a lot of deception here, from false scarcity to fake testimonials to outrageous get-rich-quick claims.
That doesn't mean you can't make money online, it's just not as easy as Website ATM makes makes it out to be.
If earning your income online and working from home is something you want, it's not about "tricks" or push-button systems. It's about learning new skills.
Starting with the fundamentals of how money is made online is what you need to get what you want.
They won't make rich of course (definitely not $500 per day)... but if you've never made money online before they are a good first step.
I hope you found my Website ATM review helpful and if you have any comments, questions or experience with Website ATM... please share in the comments section below.