Through the Passive Income Machines program which has been put together by 2 guys named Paul Nicholls & Trevor Carr you’re led to believe that you’ll learn how to easily generate a passive income of $2,000 per month online…
And they claim that you can even rinse & repeat the method over & over again to earn as much money as you like… But is it actually legit or is Passive Income Machines a scam that’ll just end up taking money from you rather than actually helping you make it?
Luckily you’ve landed in the right place to find out because I’ve took a closer look into it all & in this honest review I’ll be uncovering their so-called “secret” method & outlining whether or not you can really make any money with it. 🙂
What Exactly Is Passive Income Machines?
The Passive Income Machines program, as I briefly touched on above has been put together by 2 guys named Paul Nicholls & Trevor Carr. Now these 2 guys are renowned for creating overly hyped-up money making programs.
I’ve come across several of them in the past & whilst I’m not too sure if they’ve ever worked together on one before, I’ve definitely seen their names individually linked to other “bogus” money making programs.
Well maybe not bogus – I’ve potentially used the wrong word there, but basically programs that didn’t fully deliver on their promises.
Anyway here they are again, this time together & with a new program called the Passive Income Machines which is going to supposedly provide you with a “secret” method for earning $2,000+ per month all on auto-pilot.
You’re told that the whole thing is newbie friendly, that you can get started fast, and that once you’ve got everything set up you’ll be making a lifelong passive income without having to do any extra work.
And all of this is allegedly accessible for just $9.95… LOL.
So don’t go rushing into signing up just yet because as you can probably already guess things are not quite as they seem & in reality this program probably isn’t going to help you earn anything at all… But you’ll soon see that for yourself when I explain how it all really works below.
How Does The Passive Income Machines Program Work?
Well basically the first thing I’ll say about is that it sure as heck doesn’t work as promised. I mean as you’ll soon see you do indeed get access to some training, but the likelihood of you going on to make $2,000 per month with it is very small indeed.
So, essentially the whole thing is based on recurring subscriptions… You’re told that these are the way forward & that by promoting products as an affiliate that pay recurring fees you can generate a lifelong passive income.
Which is kinda true, and it’s kinda not…
You see don’t get me wrong recurring subscriptions are great – and I agree that promoting products with recurring subscriptions is often a lot better than promoting products with one time fees… After all you’re putting in pretty much the same amount of effort, yet the end result from promoting a subscription based product is that you’re getting paid multiple times.
However even the best products in the world have pretty high drop-out rates on their subscriptions. I mean sure, you probably will get a few people that sign up & stay subscribed for years… But you should know that those kind of customers are actually pretty darn rare.
Most people cancel after their first month, and those that don’t generally only last a couple more…
So all of Paul Nicholls’ & Trevor Carr’s talk about building a cumulative income is half true, and it sounds good in theory, but doesn’t really work out in practice.
For example they make out as if each new subscriber you get will just add onto your monthly passive income, but they don’t talk so much about the rate of other subscribers dropping off.
Getting more subscribers each month than the amount that are dropping off can actually be a pretty difficult task… Yet of course the guys behind the Passive Income Machines program make it sound easy because they just want to sell their product to make money at your expense. That’s what’s really going on here.
The Passive Income Machines Method
Honestly the method they teach is pretty much the same method that’s taught in ~99% of the other hyped-up money making programs, the only difference is that they put a focus on promoting subscription based products.
The whole thing’s actually pretty similar to the IM Niche Domination product that I just reviewed this morning.
Basically you’re told that you need to create a capture page, send paid traffic to it, collect email addresses & then promote subscription based products to the email list.
There’s nothing special or revolutionary to be found in the program at all.
Don’t get me wrong though for $9.95 the guys behind it have actually put together quite a large amount of training, but ultimately due to the way it’s laid out it’ll probably just confuse you rather than help you.
“Information overload” comes to mind.
Then There’s The Upsells…
If you think that $9.95 is the last of it then think again as the Passive Income Machines program could actually end up costing you a lot more due to the multiple upsells that are pushed on you inside.
Literally immediately after getting inside you’re presented with an upsell for “extra training” which will cost you $97…
Then right after that you’re presented with another upsell for “advanced training” (LOL) which costs $27…
And finally you’ll be presented with another upsell which will give you license rights to resell the program & earn 100% commissions… Which will cost you $47.
In my opinion none of the upsells are worth it, and without the upsells it’s clear that you’re not really getting the full deal… So you can basically expect to spend $133.95 or nothing if you wish to pursue the program.
My Verdict – Is Passive Income Machines a Scam?
Well it’s not a scam, that would be a pretty harsh verdict to come to. After all you do get access to some training as promised, it’s just that in my opinion the whole thing is totally overhyped. There’s simply no way that you’re going to be able to generate a passive income of $2,000 per month like they claim…
So for that reason I am not going to be recommending it to you because I feel that if you join the program you’ll just find yourself disappointed & what’s worse you could have potentially wasted $133+.
The truth is there are actually free training programs out there like Wealthy Affiliate which is legitimate & proven to work so there’s no need to waste your time or money on bogus systems like the Passive Income Machines which make totally outrageous claims.
But anyway you can do whatever you like, I just hope though that this review has given you a good insight into the program & helped you see how it really works & why you probably want to avoid it.
If you do have any further questions though then don’t hesitate to leave them below & as always I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. 🙂