Instant Income Code Review
Instant Income Code Software is brought to you by James Johnson. If you hope to find it you will have to use the link http://getpaidfromfb.com, even though it has absolutely nothing to do with making money from the Facebook platform or app.
Well, there is absolutely no information on a company name anywhere. When you visit the link you are taken to a “so-called” hidden underground video that goes on for over 49 minutes. The only whole name provided throughout the whole video is James Johnson, he does, however, mention two friends Dmitri and Justin who helped him develop the software.
Instant Income Code Software is designed for people with no experience at all in marketing. James claims the software is generating amounts of $100, $500, and even $1,000 a day. The video goes on for far too long before Johnson begins to explain the product and what it does. Supposedly this software is used for Email marketing.
Supposedly this software is used for Email marketing. You are said to be able to extract money from any external account on auto-pilot. The initial download is said to be free but you do have to pay an undisclosed fee for the use of the servers. The server care comes with a 60-day money back guarantee. Instant Income Codes
Instant Income Codes comes with step-by-step instructions on how to use the system. Johnson claims that this is underground technology that has never before been seen and that only a limited amount of people will be able to have access it before it is deleted.
In the video, James shows you how to operate List Fuel and how it works. There are several customizable options and ways you can make money with email marketing. There are pop-up boxes, squeeze page, sidebar, sliders and various other forms you can use to specialize your emails and how you personalized system will operate.
I would have to say that there is a very likely possibility that this is a total get rich quick scheme. It is said that you can make hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars by doing nothing but setting your Instant Income Codes on auto-pilot to generate emails which will make†you money.
According to the video by simply tapping into the 5 billion active users worldwide you can become rich within a years time. There are no top end programmers or designers, let alone experience necessary. When it sounds too good to be true it usually is. I think the only opportunity coming out of this software is the opportunity to be ripped off and unsatisfied. Of course,you might make a few bucks.
With the only information being available being a very long and drawn out video it is hard to believe there is any good to come out of this other than for James Johnson and his buddies. With promises for the average Joe to become a millionaire and live with the confidence of financial freedom. Promises that you will get rich quick with no knowledge or experience necessary. This is just unbelievable.
No company†information is available and as James Johnson claims nobody who is anybody knows who he is, what he does†or anything about the software. Supposed to be completely underground software available only to a select few he personally invites to use the system. For the first half an hour you are told that the software is free and that he is giving it to you for absolutely nothing, then at the end, you will find out there is a fee but there is no mention of how much money you have to put in.
Instant Income Codes gets an F. The claims are unrealistic, and the story is just too unbelievable. There is no proof that the product works and there is far too much information missing from the whole deal. Instant Income Codes/List Fuel is just another get rich quick scam that will make him rich and leave you looking like a fool. Don't fall for it folks.