TextBot AI Review – Don’t Fall For The 100Dollars.ai Text Messaging Scam

Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

TextBot AI (a program promoted via the weblink 100Dollars.ai) tells you that their “AI chatbot will pay you $100 over & over again”… But will it really?

TextBot AI Website ScreenshotIn short, no, not quite.

In this honest TextBot AI review I’ll be uncovering the truth about how the whole thing really works, why I believe you shouldn’t get involved & what the dangers are if you do.

I’ll also be uncovering the truth about the TextBot AI scam rumours & sharing a legitimate alternative that you can use instead (without having to pay $100 upfront, like at TextBot AI).

What Is TextBot AI?   |   How Does TextBot AI Work?   |   How Much Does It Cost?   |   Can You Actually Make Money With It?   |   Is TextBot AI a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is TextBot AI?

TextBot AI essentially portrays itself as being a piece of automated money-making software & you’re led to believe that it’ll pay you commissions of $100 over & over again, all on complete autopilot.

All need to do is sign up, enter your number, pay $100 & then the automated chatbot will get to work & earn you money, or so you’re led to believe.

The problem?

Well, I actually discovered this new program via a spam link that somebody left in a comment on my review of the Share The Number scam.

Somebody, going only by the name of Karen decided to tell me the following:

I actually like and considered joining sharethenumber, but never did. But I do know others who are doing very well with a similar program (referral link to TextBot AI removed) which is pretty cool and adds more value. But thanks for the review.

And let me pick out the problems with that comment.

Firstly, “Karen” said that she actually liked sharethenumber, which is a known scam. It’s a blatant pyramid scheme that recruits new members primarily via text message.

Secondly, “Karen” then went on to a share a referral link to the newly launched TextBot AI scam in a blatantly desperate effort to get new people to join via her link in order to earn a commission.

So here’s what’s happened…

  1. “Karen” has joined TextBot AI, which leads you to believe that it’ll provide you with an easy, automated way to make $100 commissions over & over again every single day.
  2. She’s since realized that it’s not really automated & that you have to recruit new members in order to earn money.
  3. She’s now spending her days leaving spam comments on blogs on the internet in the hope to try to get new members joining (but failing, because website owners like me are simply removing the links).

Not good.

But nevertheless, let’s take a closer look into exactly how it all really works.

How Does TextBot AI Work?

TextBot AI essentially promises to provide 2 uses. Firstly, it promises to provide a way to help business owners to promote their businesses via automated text messages.

Secondly, it promises to provide people who don’t have a business with an easy way to “make $100 commissions over & over again” through automated text messages.

TextBot AI Income Claim

The primary push, however, is on the second “use”.

Realistically, the creator of TextBot AI wants you to sign up, pay $100 to the person that referred you and then get others to do exactly the same, in typical pyramid-scheme fashion.

It’s very similar to other known scams like Easy 1 Up, Share The Number & Profits Passport.

The creators of these things try to make it seem like there is a real, genuine product being sold but in reality, the primary focus is just on the income-making opportunity.

Nobody (or at most, very few) people joining these things are joining for the “product”. They’re joining for the opportunity to refer others in an attempt to earn commissions at their expense.

But the problem is that because of the pyramid-shaped structure to these schemes, the only people that really end up truly benefitting from them are those positioned at the top.

The majority of other people that join below them will just find themselves paying money into the scheme & never actually earning anything back.

And even if you believe that it is a legit MLM (as many members of these types of schemes try to convince themselves), then let me tell you that the average success rate is still only a mere 1%, according to a report published by the FTC:

MLM Failure Rate

The concept with this particular program, however, is that an “automated chatbot” will do the work on your behalf so that you’ll (allegedly) be much more likely to see success.

In short, this means that your job will be to get people to enter their phone number into the 100Dollars.ai website & then the chatbot will begin sending them spam via text message, promoting your link.

If they happen to sign up & pay money, that money gets paid directly to you (which raises yet another problem that you’ll see outlined further down below).

But I can tell you as an experienced online marketer that it is extremely difficult to get people to enter their real phone number into a random online website.

It’s even more difficult to get them to enter it into a website that looks as suspicious as the TextBot AI scam.

This means that more than likely, you’ll just find yourself $100 down & stuck spinning your wheels trying to recruit people, just like “Karen” who I mentioned further up.

How Much Does TextBot AI Cost?

In order to get started with TextBot AI you’ll need to pay $100. The idea is that you pay $100 to the person that referred you, then you try to refer others & get them to pay $100 to you.

They call the $100 the “setup fee”, but in reality, it’s not funding anything to do with the setup because it’s just going straight to the member that referred you.

Take a look:

TextBot AI Member Payment

Then, once you’ve paid the $100 you are still not yet finished as you need to buy further “Usage Credits”.

These so-called “Usage Credits” are used to pay for your rental of the chatbot’s mobile number & for each message that it sends out. This means that you’ll need to keep regularly topping up your account with more & more “Usage Credits” if you want to keep trying to earn money.

Can You Actually Make Money With It?

The truth is that yes, it’s technically possible to make money through the Textbot AI scam, but ultimately you will just be earning money by tricking people into joining a pyramid scheme.

Furthermore, all payments made via TextBot AI are made directly member-to-member.

The reason for this is because the creator of the system cannot get approved by merchants to manage payments because processors like PayPal do not work with such scams.

If he tried to take PayPal payments, PayPal would quickly shut his account down & the members of TextBot AI would no longer be able to get paid.

So to get around this, he has enabled direct member to member payments… But this is not a “fix”, it just simply means that you’re taking on the risk of receiving payments instead of him.

It means that YOUR accounts will be at risk of getting shut down instead, and it also means that you’ll have to deal with all of the complaints when people claim that they’ve been scammed and that they’ve paid YOU.

YOU essentially become the scammer, as opposed to the creator of the system. It’s a cunning trick for the creator to escape the liability & pass it down onto you instead.

That aside though, these are the methods of payments TextBot AI works with:

  • Google Pay
  • Cash App
  • Venmo
  • Bitcoin (via Coinbase)
  • Stripe
  • Zelle
  • Paypal

Is TextBot AI a Scam?

The creator has gone to great lengths to make it seem like there is a real product in place but it’s quite clear that the primary focus is simply on investing money & getting others to do the same.

There is no real focus on any “product” here. It’s a pyramid scheme.

It’s just the latest version of other similar scams that have come before it, such as Easy 1 Up & Share The Number. This type of thing should be avoided at absolutely all costs.

The truth is that these things are built around gimmicks and hype. They all try to claim they have something special that’ll enable you to make money really easily, like the “automated chatbot”.

But it’s nonsense. If you want to earn money, you must be prepared to put in real work… There are no 2 ways about it & the sooner you learn that the sooner you’ll start making real money.

So if you’re ready to stop chasing shortcuts & gimmicky systems & actually put in the work instead of making excuses, I’d highly recommend you check out my guide on affiliate marketing.

Through affiliate marketing, you can build up a legitimate income online by connecting people with REAL, genuine products, such as products from places like Amazon.

That’s much better than messing around with silly “automated chatbots” that spam peoples phones, right? So be sure to check out the guide here before you go (it’s free!).

And if you have any comments about the TextBot AI scam then, of course, don’t hesitate to leave them below. As always I’ll get back to you as quickly as I can.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

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Amazon Earnings Example

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So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

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52 thoughts on “TextBot AI Review – Don’t Fall For The 100Dollars.ai Text Messaging Scam”

  1. Damn! I just signed up for TextBot.ai. Guess I am out the $125 (“set up” fee + usage credits) I just paid. I also signed up with Easy1Up ($275), and Karatbars International (nearly $400). On top of that I have been spending 8 hours a day, emailing, messaging, calling, and posting just trying to earn back the money I paid out. I have not earned one dime back of the money I put into these “systems”. When I contact my sponsors I am basically told that I am not putting the work in to make a profit and then they just send me emails showing the profit that they and other members are making. I end up feeling like I am just a failure and too stupid to make the system work for me even though I am putting in more hours than I do at my regular 9 to 5. At this point I am tapped out. I am on furlough due to COVID-19 and now the government is about to cut unemployment insurance benefits. I am just trying to find something to initially supplement my income with the potential to eventually replace it. I am willing to put in the work, I just don’t have anymore money to give.

    Anyway, thank you for the article. I should have been smarter and researched the company BEFORE I paid to get in. Hindsight is the best teacher even though it is a painful one.

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    • Sorry to hear that, but if you are indeed willing to put in the work then simply have a look around my website here as I’ve put together plenty of legitimate alternatives that require no (or next-to-no) startup cost whatsoever.

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    • You are too easy to get. someone creates a blog to blackmail another opportunity know himself is trying to sell you on another deal. I read with attention what he said about textbot. AVA is a tool that literals helps you promote anything not just textbot. He says it’s actually not a real product? Oh yeah has Jeff the fonder invented the term digital products or what? He mentions amazon, tones of people are being scammed by digital marketer who are now all coaches and trainers because their actual ” real” business doesn’t work. So what they do is sell you on some courses/ formula to go start your own amazon or Shopify successful stores when in reality their own isn’t even successful. It’s easy to teach and not earn any loss than risking to invest their own money, they live off of courses they sell. Same here he is trying to sell us on affiliate marketing. Their mission is to discredit any other business out there. You let me tell you this. Textbot, amazon, shopify, its the same. A real business doesn’t make a profit the first 5 years have you never heard about that? its mostly a learning curve you need to accept. Make mistake and learn. But its unfortunate that we invest $100 and make no money the first 30 to 60 days and we feel like crying already thats hilarious. But we spend the same amount on shoes and watches we dont complain when the watch gets broken or stolen cause there is nobody to blame. Its a looser mentality. Let me tell you this business is hard everywhere let no one fool you. Amazon takes not less than 5 k to set up a good stores so after investing that and it doesn’t work will you commit suicide? Because here you are crying over some $125? Don’t let nobody play with your emotions that’s what this guy here is doing. Can he guaranty you will make money with his real business?? no he can’t. He will tell you he exact thing put more work. AVA is an actual real business cause there is work involved. Ava the robot doesn’t go out there and bring money to you. any business needs to be promoted to have clients or associates period. Be happy you must invested $100 and not 5k given to these liars all over internet telling you they can set up a successful amazon, shopify for you. If so why is that they dont go ahead and do it themselves and make that money they want to make you earn? Use your common sense.

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      • Okay, so my question to you is why would you pay that much money for TextBot, when there are MANY other apps that do exactly the same function at a much lower cost? And if the answer is “because you can make money by selling TextBot to others”, then that sums up my problem.

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    • I definitely understand Ive watched about 10 videos with 2 hours presentation to only learn they want so much to share their SECRET. I will find a way to make passive income and quit being a insurance agent and when I do I’ll comment here again. Good luck everyone who is on that journey to success and freedom

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    • Just because you and others have “made money”, doesn’t mean it’s not a scam… It simply means that you have lured others into the scam & earned at their expense.

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      • The chatbot is actually cool. You would know if you actually joined. You just sit and predict *swear word removed* and lure people into some other *swear word removed* worthless program. You can delete this comment too since you’re so afraid of readers actually voicing their *swear word removed* opinion.

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        • Hi Karen, I have absolutely no problem with my readers voicing their opinion – but I’d prefer it if you could do so without using swear words.

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          • I totally agree with you there Dale.
            Some people get quite abusive when something
            they put effort into based purely on ‘hope’, fails. 🙂

            Also, cheers for this review bud!
            I see this being promoted everywhere, and I seriously thought it was very obvious that if they are claiming you will make atleast $100 a day, that is the least amount you are going to need to invest.

            Thank you,
            Jonny

        • You are an idiot. How is there Not a real product when text message marketing platform. I generate leads for my textbot business and my main business.

          It is all about text message marketing. I sell it Realtors, credit repair agents, and insurance agents looking to generate inbound mobile leads.

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          • I didn’t say there isn’t any real product. I said there isn’t any real focus on the product. The focus is quite clearly on the attached income opportunity, which is why EVERY person here in the comments sticking up for TextBot AI is also promoting it (as you are yourself). I’ve not met one single person that has said positive things about TextBot, without being affiliated with it.

        • Good luck finding the place where I’m supposedly luring people into an “opportunity”. All I’m doing is offering free resources on how to generate revenue (through various means) online. No “opportunity” here. For example, you could simply go ahead & learn affiliate marketing. All free 🙂

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  2. Thank you for the detailed info on textbot, it is definitely something to avoid. I’ve looked at Wealthy Affiliate before and I see how well everything is organized. I’m just thinking, of all the people signing up at WA, all of them getting their own pages up, why would they(or how?) succeed in a sea of already very well made and optimazed sites that get all the traffic? Every single product is already advertised on some website that is much more popular than the new ones that are being created. Honestly, I’m not even thinking about wealth or big numbers. Even a few hundred would be more than enough, but it seems impossible to get there. Checking out WA, one would notice that they treat thousands as “Oh no problem! That’s easy!”.. Are they all geniuses or am I dumb?

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    • You mention the word “sea”, and that’s the best way to think about it – like an ocean, because the opportunity is SO vast. There are thousands of brand new searches being made every day & thousands of new products being launched every single day. Plenty of opportunity for anybody & everybody to tap into it without competing with each other (hence why I recommend it). With regards to your mention of thousands being no problem, I think you’ve got confused about that bit as Wealthy Affiliate makes NO income claims whatsoever. That’s one of the main things that separates it from all of the other programs – it’s very honest & upfront.

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      • Thank you for your quick reply, Dale! You are right, they make no income claims, I just phrased it badly. I should’ve said that they believe that making those numbers is possible, not certain. They are indeed honest and upfront. You actually gave me an idea since I wasn’t thinking in the right direction. I will check out the other things you’ve written about. Thank you again.

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  3. Are you aware of the possible damages that may be owed due to slander and defamation? I think Textbot May have a case since you are damaging their brand by labeling it a scam. It is a legitimate company that renders a service. Be careful. You have the right to your own opinion but when you are on a public platform purposely damaging someone’s brand to get views that is unethical on your part. If I were you I would play it safe and remove this post before their corporate office gets a wind on what you are doing. You are welcome on the advice.

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    • I’ve had several cases made against me in the past, all of which were ultimately ruled in my favour for protecting consumers. When it comes to protecting consumers, I am very stubborn & I will always fight their corner to the end. I appreciate that there may be people who “believe in” recruitment based schemes, but the facts are that the majority of people who join such schemes end up losing money (as outlined in my quote from the FTC report further up in this post).

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      • Lol did you say protect consumers??
        That’s BS and you know it.what you are doing is promoting WA, that’s all WA does is go around calling every biz opportunity a scam that’s why I left WA .And no I’m not affiliated with textbot, I just get tried of the bate and switch.

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  4. This is one of many shiny objects out there. I have learned to read between the lines and what specific words mean. When I see the word “literally” or “activate free traffic” on the sales page I close it. I have worked in the IT Security Research field for many years, so I think that I have quite a good experience with search and research the Internet. All those “Gurus” who try to convince people that they need to change their “Mindset” so they can be successful. What a BS. And all those free webinars, where Gurus peach the program they want to sell for thousands of dollars. Is it so? Of course not. They know that they cannot get hundreds of people to buy it from the webinar. They simply want to get people to the webinar so they get people on their list. And to this list, they offer another offer wich costs less, afterwords. It is a simple number game. As far I know there is only one income setup and ready system, which is the exactly copy of what the 7 figures marketers have used for many years, and the costs is under $50/month, included everything. Landing pages, ready-made funnels, autoresponder files for a year etc.

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    • You’re right about this particular program being another shiny object – but with regards to the “income setup & ready system” you mention, unfortunately, there’s no such thing. If you want to earn money online you MUST put in work, there are no 2 ways about it. Whether it be by making strategic investments, by selling products, or by promoting products as an affiliate etc… It all takes work.

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      • You are right there Dale. It depends on how much work you need to put in to make some sales. There are two methods. Method where the gurus “teach you how to change your mindset to be successful, where you have to invest lots of money to start, and if you are a newbie(I was there), always is some toll witch missing and yo have to buy it, or the method where you get the whole system on the silver plate, every toll included and work perfectly together. And if this system is an exact copy of the multi 7 figure per year, programmer and marketer. Which one will you choose? In both cases, you need to add traffic. And if you get knowledge which traffic method and source he uses in this copy of his own business, then it’s no brainer what I will choose. BTW, I self is a member of this system for a long time, so I know what I am talking about.

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  5. I notice that Wealthy Affiliate members are behind the hate of all other programs. It never fails for the review to be negative and you refer someone to a recommended program. Is that what they teach you guys? If so then they aren’t worth even joining. For anyone reading this who isn’t stupid and have half a brain Textbot.ai is not a scam. The text bot chat software works fine and this fool would know that if he was a member. It works just like it’s advertised. Every system and product either has an affiliate program or direct payment plan for members to resell it. THAT DOESN’T MAKE IT A SCAM OR WRONG! The truth is the truth. Stop writing negative blog posts based on opinion. It promote your business and you can resell it to other people.

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    • Wealthy Affiliate members are not behind the hate of all other programs. There are plenty of legitimate programs that I recommend here on this website – I just don’t recommend the scams (and advise people to steer clear of them so that they don’t lose their cash). You mention “every system has a direct payment plan” but that’s simply not true. Direct member to member payments is one of the most obvious tell-tale signs of a scam, as it provides a way for the scam operators to get around merchants blocking their business models (by passing the risk to the members instead).

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      • Every time I peruse on the internet it’s only the affiliates of Wealthy Affiliates that are bashing other brands. I’m starting to believe Wealthy Affiliates is really the scam. If you a promoter of a superior product there is no need to bash the competition (textbot can actually help build your business btw) especially when there is no proof of your claims outside of your personal opinion. It’s unethical and I question the authors of blogs more than the brand that is being unknowingly slandered. The last that I have checked direct sales is member to member? 🙄 How is direct sales on an online platform a scam? I think the focus should be showing the benefits and features of your affiliate product as opposed to discrediting legitimate businesses in order to get business. Be ethical in your business practice and get traffic by highlighting how much Wealthy Affiliates have benefited you instead of defaming other brands.

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        • I’m not “bashing other brands”, I’m publishing content to help protect people (primarily newcomers) from losing money. The simple truth, in short, is that TextBot AI makes it seem like you can make $100 over & over again, very easily… And that’s NOT the reality. The reality is that most people joining will simply go on to spend more money than they ever actually manage to make back. If you’d like to see the benefits & features of Wealthy Affiliate, feel free to check out my review here in which I outline them. And my review also covers my complaints, too.

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  6. But you cannot categorized it as a (Scam) just because you yourself have to promote it. Im sure this makes for good clickability but unless a business is scaming money from people which textbot.ai clearly isn’t then wild acusations like this are simply you being upset that she posted somewhere she shouldn’t have.

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    • No, I did not. The important point is you missed out is that I believed the focus to be on simply signing up & then recruiting others to do the same, rather than providing a product that can be genuinely useful outside of the opportunity.

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  7. Here we go. Another Wealthy Affiliate member bashing another program to promote their Wealthy Affiliate link. I was a member of Wealthy Affiliate. Do you notice that all the members write reviews about companies they know little about just to promote their link and get you to join a membership that teaches you to do the exact same thing?

    I’m not a member of textbot ai, but it is not a pyramid scheme. Yes, most MLM’s are. But textbot is not an MLM. It has a 1 up payout structure and that’s it. There are no percentage payouts via a downline. If I sign someone up, I get their 2nd sale. That’s it. I don’t get anything from them after that. Get your facts straight.

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    • I’m actually really grateful for this comment because it gave me a really good laugh. In the same paragraph, you said it’s not an MLM (multi-level-marketing) but then proceeded to say that you get passed up sales from the people that you refer, which blatantly means that it does indeed pay out over multiple levels.

      So that’s confirmation that it’s an MLM, and as you also said in your comment, most MLM’s are pyramid schemes (according to you)… Right?

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  8. I seriously don’t understand how you can say Textbot.ai is a scam when it is clearly a service that works great to promote any business. I sell this service to other Internet Marketers as a way for them to promote their primary business and have gotten back tons of great feedback, even though many of them don’t promote the bot themselves they set it up to use to promote their program. IE the other day someone signed up to sell her salon products. She is now promoting her textbot.ai number and the text-word and when people call that number or text the word they start getting real time conversations about her salon products texted to their phone. How is that a scam? Because I made $100 when she bought the software off me? Its ridiculous that you label a great software as a scam just because it has an affiliate program to it. Also its not even MLM.
    Textbot.ai is a fantastic software and people can make a lot of money selling it because so many other people need it, and it can be used by any business to automate text messaging to their (potential) clients. You should get your fact straight before bashing another company just to sell your own affiliate program.

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    • Hi Karri, feel free to read my review above to see how I came to my verdict. Also, the MLM structure of TextBot AI has been covered already in the comments above.

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  9. This article is so typical. I have been in at least 10 different businesses. Most of the time when you find someone calling a business a scam, you can always find them promoting their own scam. I have no idea if this one is a scam, but it is such a nasty marketing ploy. Often people who do this are failures they were trying to steal business from other companies

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    • You’ve been in at least 10 different businesses? Sounds like you’re doing something wrong then. Unless when you refer to “businesses”, you mean schemes… Then that would be more understandable as you’ve probably had to move to different ones when they’ve been closed down. Either way, thank you for sharing your insight – I really appreciate your comment.

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  10. Ok. Stop you are all wrong text bot ai is a great program. Please try it for your self. I’ve made hundreds of dollars with this and its a nice program. Just cause you already have millions of dollars. DONT BASH THE SMALL COMPANYS,
    You guys at these Affiliate Programs are scams. I have tried piss off.

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    • I’ve yet to see anyone in these comments supporting TextBot that isn’t affiliated with it. Everybody simply seems to be claiming how much they’ve made with it by referring others into it…

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    • Feel free to explain in your own words how you believe Textbot AI works, I’m all ears… And if you don’t respond, then I’ll assume that you’ve come to the conclusion I’m right.

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  11. I’ve been doing research on if I wanna to invest into making more money sitting at home cause I’m a full time mom and don’t have a dependable babysitter cause of COVID-19 been closing all public schools and daycares and so far I’m convinced that this is lagit but Skeptical in a way if this could be a scam.

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  12. NEVER trust the words of a person seeking to sell you something at the expense of debunking another person’s product. They are simply looking to pull customers from their competitors.

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  13. Whoa, this has to be one of the most misleading write ups I’ve seen regarding a product.

    Textbot.AI isn’t a scam or a pyramid scheme. Pyramid schemes aren’t even structured like this. And you’re saying “seem” doesn’t make anything a scam. That’s just an opinion not held up by law. It’s either a scam or not and not “seem” to be.

    Textbot.AI focuses on the text messaging Bot as their product which not only could be used for reselling the platform itself but also used for promoting other opportunities.

    And remember it’s not spam if someone opts-in. It’s almost like you are calling Aweber, Constant Contact or other auto-responders a scam when ppl are able to resell it as affiliates. One is just text msg marketing and the other is email marketing.

    Everyone gets in opportunities for making money regardless of the products they offer. That’s just fact.. The whole point of promoting a product regardless of what it is; is to make money at the end of the day. The problem is if it’s only money being exchanged without a real product, education or service; this will make it a Ponzi scheme. And in the case of textbot. so it’s not set up like that at all. Ppl are promoting the product and the benefits of using it for its automation as well as the opportunity to make $100. Nothing is wrong with that at all in business legally. If ppl can find something cheaper then they have the choice to research and choose something else. Thats a part of business.. competition is always out there but if ppl choose to pay hire for this platform that’s their choice. An Apple Mac is more expensive than an HP laptop.. ppl will make their own choices.

    Textbot.ai is a automated text messaging tool that could be used to resell to others to promote their own businesses, other affiliate opportunities or offers like WA, or virtually anything you want to promote like email marketing. Or you could use it for the $100 commission opportunity. What makes that a scam? It’s a actual product so this review really doesn’t make sense.

    The textbot doesn’t just make you money by signing up and setting it up. There’s no magic button to push that’ll make it start brining you money. It’s just a tool that you can use to HELP streamline your efforts and automate tasks that you would otherwise have to do manually. It’s just a tool like any other digital marketing tool out there that’s being pushed and advertised online. Making money online takes work it’s just that this tool helps with easing some of that work. Ppl, this is not a scam. Learn about it thoroughly and be smart when reading reviews.

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