LuckScout is a money-making program that will allow you to start earning serious money. You will have to put in some effort, but according to the promotional video, there are no products to sell, no customers to deal with and no website to maintain.
The site, according to Who.is, was registered September 2015 and was updated May 2016. The site is set to private making it difficult to figure out who runs the site and the program.
Even if you watch the introduction videos, you will not come across any name linking a person to the system. What you will discover though is that LuckScout is a product sold from the Clickbank marketplace.
You will also notice when you do a search on Google, that many of the review sites pitch LuckScout and give it glowing reviews. Although these reviews could simply be based on the affiliates wanting to make commissions from selling the LuckScout system.
It is unclear what exactly is being sold. The landing page never goes into any details of what the system is for you to make money. The only thing that is stated is that when you use the system you will see an increase of money in your bank account.
The site also mentions that there is hardly anything you have to do. It states that you need at least 30 minutes a day to work the program, but never tells you what you will be doing, only that you have to follow the instructions your “coach” gives you.
Luck Scout makes it clear that the system is not a multi-level marketing plan. It is also not a trading or investment platform or data entry.
The only way for you to know what LuckScout is all about is to pay $49 to join the system. Once you pay, you are then given the details on what you will be doing to earn money.
Because the site is set up in Clickbank you can become an affiliate for LuckScout by going to Clickbank and signing up for an affiliate account. Once you sign up with Clickbank you can go to the “Affiliate Marketplace” and search for LuckScout. You will receive a unique link for you to promote the system on your website or social media accounts.
According to Clickbank, you can earn $33.24 per sale.
There are a lot of red flags that come up when viewing LuckScout. First, the site doesn't explain anything. It sells you the idea of earning lots of money and goes on to mention how the company will pay for your new car or home. But the site doesn't tell you anything. Sure, the introduction video gives valid statistics about the growing lower class in America. However, it doesn't show you anything on how to get into the top 1% of wealthy people, only states that their system can get you there.
Secondly, the fact that there are coaches involved is something that doesn't make any sense. People who help you to build your system will eventually require a cut of your earnings. No one ever works for free. The coaches are also very obscure and should make you question their education and if they are qualified to give you business advice.
Next thing you should really pay attention to is the Terms and Disclaimer. Within this document at the bottom of the site, it states that any advice you are given is “General Advice Only.” The document goes on to explain how you must not trade or invest based solely on the information that LuckScout provides.
The fact that the site tells you that it is not an investment or trading platform on the front page then goes into detail about how you do trade is a contradiction to what the system actually is.
There are just far too many red flags that come up making this site a high risk. The best thing for you to do is move on. Without any information on who runs the show just makes it that much more suspicious. Plus what company only wants $15.76 for each unit sold? The difference between the commission rate and the actual product doesn't make sense. It could be because there are tons of upsells that aren't listed right now and that you will end up paying just to earn money. The best thing for you to do is steer clear.