This Daily Web Biz review provides you with detailed information on why Daily Web Biz is just another crappy scam. You do not want to waste your money on this one.
Look At This
Would you believe these are actually two versions of the same website, promoting the same product for the same price? Notice they have two different logos and the promotion of the one on the left looks more decent and professional than the one on the right.
I was supposed to write this review long ago but I had to push it back due to an already long list of reviews to write. The first time I looked at this program, I was on the page on the right. Fast forward some months and I found myself on the page on the left. It was when I looked over my browsing history that I found the exact page I landed on earlier.
It is very difficult to believe the two pages are actually promoting the same product. These are not different ways of saying the same thing. They are heading in completely different directions. Is Daily Web Biz a content marketing training platform or a guaranteed home job? Surely, a content marketing training platform is different from a guaranteed home job?
More Scam Elements
I did not buy this program because I found enough red flags to prove to you that this program is a scam, without having to pay for it. Here are some of these red flags:
Apparently, Daily Web Biz is owned by an Australian single mother that goes by the name of Cami White. Now I don’t know who Cami White is and I have my doubts as to whether someone like that even exists, but I can tell you for sure who she is NOT.
She is NOT this lady…
How do I know? Well…
Normally, this should be enough to turn you away from this scam. If they could lie about who their owner is and her sob story, why the hell should you trust anything else they have to say?
If this isn’t enough for you, there is still more to come…
Logos of Major News Sites
This is common practice with scams nowadays. The whole idea is to present themselves as trustworthy to the prospective buyer.
With the number of scam programs I have seen and reviewed, I usually write off programs with these logos before I even start looking deep into them. For due diligence sake, I did a search to see if this program was listed on any of these news sites and it was not. Countdown to Profits is one of such scams that featured news sites logos.
Each and every one of the testimonials are fabricated stories with fake pictures to match…
This picture is a commonly used photo online.
I could go ahead and show you how all the testimonials are stock photos but I’m sure you get the point already.
The Usual Suspects
What I call the usual suspects are the outrageous claims these scams make like you can start earning $379 per day in as early as 5 minutes, the mansions, sport cars and fancy vacation spots. This is the starter kit of virtually every scam program and other legit programs that cannot convince you to join based on the value they offer.
This is one red flag I always look for to determine if a program is a blatant scam or a borderline product that offers very little value.
The Fake Call to Action
Do you really believe they would let only 15 members in and there are currently only 3 spots left? The whole point of this lie is to put you under the illusion that time is running out for you to take advantage of this opportunity. I find it hard to believe that people actually fall for this very old trick.
Because this is a blatant lie, I never trust programs that use this fake call to action as one of their promotion tactics.
Their Refund Policy
This is one that qualifies them as a downright scam.
They bait you into joining by assuring you it is risk-free and you will get a refund within 60 days if you are 100% satisfied with the product.
This is in sharp contrast to what they say in their terms and conditions located at the bottom of the page:
They are legally bound by what is written in their terms and conditions. If you pay for this product, you will not be getting a refund. End of story.
Network of Scams
While I was doing my investigation into the testimonials, I found that Daily Web Biz is part of a network is scams that are exactly the same. They all have the same news site logos, same sob story, same BS, but different names.
There are so much more of these duplicate websites, but this is only a couple of them.
It is $97
After reading the next section, you will understand why I consider this as one of the red flags that prove that Daily Web Biz is a scam.
What Exactly is Daily Web Biz?
Whenever I see a sketchy program that costs $97, I start to think MOBE, short for My Online Business Empire.
Most of the programs I have reviewed that cost $97 have all been funnel pages designed to push you up to the ultimate scam, MOBE. Countdown to Profits, My Millionaire Mentor, My Online Business Machine and few others are examples of such scams.
Because I did not pay for Daily Web Biz, I cannot tell you with 100% certainty that it is leading up to MOBE. However, one of the members of this duplicate scam network is called Automated Daily Income and here is what they had to say in their disclaimer page:
The minimum you would have to spend to qualify to make money with MOBE is $2,500. If you pay that, you qualify to resell their products but you must realize that your chances of making money are very close to zero.
Daily Web Biz plays the role of giving you faint information that you cannot use to make money. You are then forced to contact mentors within the system who now convince you that the full information is in MOBE. Upsells within MOBE dance to the tune of up to $30,000.
Remember you are not getting any refunds. Even if you don’t believe a thing I am saying, I would never advise anybody to take that kind of risk.
Daily Web Biz is a scam. Plain and simple. I usually have a Pros and Cons section in my reviews but there isn’t a single pro with this program. The truly risk-free programs are not the ones that take your money and promise you a refund, but the ones that let you into their system for free.
Any program that claims to be offering you a job but asks you to pay first is a scam. You get a job to get paid, not pay to get a job.
If you were considering spending $97 on this scam program that would not earn you any money, you owe it to yourself to get started with building an online business for free.
Daily Web Biz Review
PRODUCT NAME: Daily Web Biz
Price: $97 first, and then up-sells heading into $10,000’s
Overall Ranking: 0/100
Summary: This program is a low-budget scam designed to push you into a high-ticket scam. This is one program I promise you will get zero value from. If you really want to make money online, I recommend you build your own successful online business.