Have you stumbled across the Automated Income System (Share the number system) In your quest to make money online and wondered if this was another scam?
If you have come to this review, chances are that you are wondering what this system is and whether or not you can really get paid for simply sharing a phone number.
I have actually gotten quite a few requests from my loyal visitors to write a thorough review of this system.
Due to my busy work schedule, I haven’t had the time to sit down and research this opportunity until now.
Within the following review, I’ll be deciphering all of this information for you guys today and breaking this down so that it’s easy for you guys to understand.
I’ll be showing you guys what this system is all about, how it works, and how much you’ll need to pay out of pocket to become qualified to earn up to $3,000 per sale.
Like always, I’m sure that you guys may have questions about this system and I’ll be doing my absolute best to answer them for you guys within this review.
However, if there is something that you don’t quite understand or you still have questions, I would be more than happy to answer them for you within the comments below.
Let’s get right into things, OK?
Are you guys ready?
Automated Income System Review
Product Name: Automated Income System
Website URL: internetbreakout.com/ais
Product Owner: John Valley
Type Of Business: Lead Generation
What You’ll Be Doing: Recruiting
Price To Get Started: $297
Overall Ranking: 1.5/ 5 Stars
What Is Automated Income System ( Share The Number)?
As their name implies, the Automated Income System claims to be a fully automated income system that will put as much as $3,000.00 per sale into your pocket for simply sharing a phone number.
Who wouldn’t want to do that, right?
However, as I continued to do more research on this system and learn more about it, I discovered that there was a whole lot more to it than that.
I’ll be going into detail on how this works in a few minutes but first, I want to give you guys some background history that I dug up on the potential owner of this system.
As I landed on their website I was able to find little to NO information on the owner of this site or when the company had officially launched.
After doing a fair amount of digging and a plethora of research I found out that one of their many domain names “Automatedincomesystems.com” was registered in April of 2017 to a John Valley.
Mr. Valley also happens to have a history of getting involved in many cash gifting & other affiliate marketing scams in the time he has been actively involved in the online space.
These include but aren’t limited to
- Tidom ( Cash Gifting)
- RE 24/ 7 ( Relationship Energy Services) Pyramid Scheme)
There are also a few other names that this scheme is listed under and these are as follows
- Stupid Simple System
- Share The Number
- Automated Income System
Now that you know a little more about the so called owner of this system, let’s learn about how it works and what you’ll be doing if you were to join.
Let’s continue moving forward, OK?
How It Works
Before you can share this secret number with your friends, family, or anyone and start earning commissions you’re going to need to create an account first.
This will require you to enter your basic personal info & choose a membership level to join under.
Once you have chosen a membership level to join at & have paid the one time fee, you’ll gain access to the following:
- Free selling system (STNS)
- Lead Capture Pages
- Back office
- Traffic training videos
There are 5 membership plans that you can choose to join at and each one of these plans come with the things that I listed above.
They claim that earning money with this system is as easy as 1,2,3 like you see below and that they do all the work for you and set everything up.
This actually couldn’t be further from the truth as you will be selling lead packages to either established businesses looking to expand their reach and branch out.
How will you be doing this you may ask?
In order for you to successfully sell these lead packages, you’ll need to have some type of experience in recruiting & have been successful with this at some point in the past.
Once you start driving targeted traffic towards this system and lead people in the right direction this system will do all the work of turning these leads into sales.
However, the hardest part when it comes to recruiting or promoting any type of opportunities online is generating a good deal of targeted traffic on a day to day basis.
This is the main reason why 95% of people who attempt to make money with these types of systems fail and usually end up losing more money than they originally started out with.
Who Is This For?
If you’re the type of person who enjoys recruiting and has had a good deal of success with this in the past then you may want to try your hand at this.
Also, if you have a pretty thick bankroll and have the extra funds to invest in this type of opportunity then this could possibly be a good fit for you.
However, I wouldn’t advise you to throw your hard earned money away on anything this system has to offer you as it can become quite expensive pretty quickly.
Also, if you’re a newbie who is just getting started online, then I don’t think this would be the best place to get started as there are much better & more affordable alternatives out there.
This system is being marketed as your typical get rich quick scheme that once again overpromises & underdelivers and not something that I wouldn’t recommend to my worst enemy.
Definitely, something I would highly advise you to avoid, turn around and start running in the opposite direction.
Here’s What I Liked About It
- Can make you money if you’re good at recruiting
- Simple compensation plan
Here’s What I Didn’t Like About It
- Recruiting is the only way to earn money
- Offers no tangible products or anything of value
- Can get quite expensive (up to $3,497 or more)
- No REAL training on how to build a business online
How Do You Make Money?
Like other systems of this nature, you’ll need to invest a great deal of your hard earned money just to gain the resell rights to promote this scheme to the next person to keep the cycle going.
Like I said earlier, there are 5 membership levels that you can join under and I’ll be listing these for you guys below.
- $297- Silver
- $597- Gold
- $1497- Diamond
- $1997- Double Diamond
- $3497-Royal Diamond
For each qualified referral that you recruit into this system, you’ll earn a commission from each member.
Depending on which level you are currently enrolled under will determine how much of a commission you’ll earn.
You’ll have the ability to earn a full commission for anyone who joins at your level & below.
If one of your referrals would happen to join at a level higher than you, then you would receive a partial commission & the rest would be passed up to your sponsor.
Here is the complete breakdown of their comp plan and how much money you’ll earn for each sale you make.
As you can see you’ll not only make sales from the people you personally recruit into this system, but also from people your referrals recruit as well.
There are also bonuses & overrides that you’ll earn when your referrals make a sale or once you reach a certain level.
Red Flags That You Need To Be Aware Of
As I continued to dig even deeper into this system and do some thorough research on it, the red flags started popping up right & left.
Here are just a few of the many red flags that you guys need to be aware of before handing any of your hard earned money over to this system.
Multiple domain names
Any system that is using multiple domain names should raise a red flag immediately and have you questioning their legitimacy.
Listed below are all the domain names that you should be on the lookout for
If I would have taken more time to research this then I’m sure that I would have found a whole lot more but I think you guys get a general idea here, right?
The main reason why most of these types of systems need multiple domain names is usually due to the fact that they were already shut down at least once & they’re looking to do business under a new name.
Little to any info of the owner of this site
Whenever deciding on which potential biz opp system to join you should do some deep research on the owner (s) to see what type of reputation they have first.
Another one of the red flags that were raised for me almost immediately was the fact that there wasn’t any info on who the owner of this site was.
This in itself is usually a tell-tale sign that the system you’re thinking about joining isn’t exactly up to par and should raise a red flag right away.
To me, this makes it seem like they have something to hide.
If they can’t be upfront & open with you on their sales page before you invest any money into their system, what makes you think they will once they get your money?
Is Automated Income System A Scam?
I always try to give each program that I review the benefit of the doubt and avoid labeling them as a scam.
Even though I don’t agree with how this system operates and how you earn money with it, I wouldn’t necessarily label it as a scam.
This is due to the fact that you do get a leads package as well as capture pages and the whole nine yards.
However, I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone, especially newbies as recruiting is not something I can honestly sit here and recommend to you guys.
This is mainly due to my personal experience that I have had with it & the several thousand that I had wrapped up in it which I eventually lost.
Like I said earlier, if you’re the type of person who enjoys these types of systems then, by all means, don’t let me stop you.
If you’re fed up with these types of systems and you would be interested in learning how to create a REAL business based on a hobby or interest then pay close attention to what I say next.
What Do I Recommend?
These types of recruiting schemes are a dime a dozen.
If you have seen one you have seen them all!!
When I first started out in this industry back in 2012, I would fall for these types of schemes all the time.
After years of searching for the right program that would show me how to build a REAL & legit business in the online world that didn’t require recruiting to make money, I stumbled onto Wealthy Affiliate.
Unlike other programs out there in the online space that told me I would be a millionaire overnight, there was something different about WA.
Instead of using hype to sell their program, they were straight up & honest with you.
They told me that it was possible to make as much money as I wanted online, but it would require lots of hard work, time, & learning a new skill before I made my first dime.
If you’re serious about making money online & fed up with playing the recruiting game then I think you owe it to yourself to check out everything WA has to offer you.
Other than that, I really hope this Automated Income System (Share The Number) Review has given you an inside look at what you’ll be doing before risking any of your hard earned money.
Do you have a personal experience with this system that you would like to share with other people today?
I would love to hear all about it & I’m sure other people would as well.
Feel free to leave me any questions, comments, or any personal experience you would like to share in the comments below.
I’ll be getting back to you with a detailed reply.
Until Next Time
~Your Friend, Scott~