A Look At The Reverse Funnel System

You’ve no doubt seen ads for The Reverse Funnel System on this blog and countless other blogs. Reverse Funnel advertisers have been one of this blog’s most consistence advertisers, renewing their ads month after month. But what is The Reverse Funnel System and how does it work? With this review, I hope to shed some light on that question.

Systems Work, People Fail

The Reverse Funnel System was invented by Ty Coughlin, an ex-construction laborer who was drowning in the work-a-day life. We all know that story, right? However, thanks to The Reverse Funnel System, Ty no longer works. These days, he just sit around his house while looking at the money roll in from his Macbook Pro.

The Reverse Funnel System is a system to automate the money making process. It’s set up to guide a prospect through a “funnel” and come out the other side with a complete understand on how the system works. Basically, the system does the work so you don’t have to.

$50 Application Fee

To separate the tire kickers from the serious entrepreneurs, the system requires interested prospects to enter and confirm their email address. Then it sends them an email with a link to a page that ask them pay $50 to find out what the system is all about. Many people will be put off by this requirement right away and that’s the whole idea. By charging the $50 fee, the system ensure that only truly interested prospects see it.

If you decide The Reverse Funnel System isn’t for you after paying the $50 and looking over the materials, you can request a refund and go about your merry way. If you decide to join the system, then be prepare to spend some money advertising on various make money online blogs because that’s how the system works. You buy ads to generate traffic and that traffic makes you money. The more ads you buy, the more traffic you generate and the more money you make. That’s how it should work anyway.

What Am I Selling?

At this point, you’re all wondering what you’ll be selling. Unfortunately, the conditions of this review prevents me from stating what the product is. It’s going to cost you $50 to find out. I can tell you The Reverse Funnel System promote several products but they start you off with a very high end $3,000 offering that pays you $1,000 commission on a sale. The affiliate program is multi-tiered. If you refer someone to The Reverse Funnel System and they make a sale, you get $1,000 commission from that as well. Build a big enough network and you might be able join Ty on the beach with your own Macbook Pro.

This high commission rate helps to explain why I get so many Reverse Funnel System advertisers. All they have to do is make one sale and not only will that pay the full cost of a $500 ad, they’ll net $500 as well. A lot of people will write off The Reverse Funnel System as some kind of scam. However, it’s clearly making money for these advertisers. Otherwise, why would they continue to pay $500 every month to maintain their banner ads on this blog?

The one big downside I see with The Reverse Funnel System is you need to buy the $3,000 product yourself before you can participate in the system and refer other affiliates. While the product is a real product that’s been around for 20 years, there will be some people who won’t have a use for it.

If you decide to get involve with The Reverse Funnel System, then I recommend you have some cash available. You’ll need $50 for the application fee, $3,000 for the product and more money to buy advertising. The system generates its leads and income by having affiliates buy advertising on 1000’s of blogs. If you don’t have any money left after buying the product and paying the application fee, then making money from the system is going to be really hard. At least you can still enjoy the $3,000 product. ๐Ÿ˜ˆ


108 thoughts on “A Look At The Reverse Funnel System”

  1. Matt says:

    So it’s a pyramid scheme?
    If I take a funnel, turn it upside down it looks kinda like a pyramid…weird.

    1. That is what I wanted to say is kind of MLM – Networking…The only winner here are the ones who started at the beggining and the owner. ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

      1. Zozob Media says:

        Yeah only the ones who get in early will find it easy to suck people in and Without the $3000 worth of product , this will be an illegal activity. I have only reached till the $50 payment and was shocked to know I had to pay another $3000. Luckily they send me a refund. I suggest you use that $3000 to promote your blog, you can earn more from your blog with that $3000 worth of advertising. Right?

        1. Honest Ed says:

          I think most of us out there know about the reverse funnel system scam.

          Sure John, it “works so well” because people scam other people into buying it for high profit margins…

          1. Zedomax says:

            Lol… I know this is a review but John, I think this idea has been beat to death and I don’t know “anyone” who made money from it.

          2. MoneyNing says:

            Actually there are tons of people that make money from pyramid schemes. I think the amount of SCAM sorta gave this whole thing a really bad name even though the idea behind it isn’t that bad.

            I know of people that work in the investing world that work under the pyramid scheme and they are quite successful.

            As long as there is a real product, it has a chance to be successful.

          3. Vishal says:

            I cant believe you are actually promoting this stuff ! Its a complete scam and wont work. Why? Read this post of a similar scam type system – http://www.successonline.in/the-make-money-in-seven-days-system-beware/

    2. Joe says:

      Yes, it is a PYRAMID SCHEME. Nothing new under the sun. The product? Vacation time and travel through global resorts network!

      If you are gullible, stupid and want to burn your money then please run, don’t walk.

      Chow if you like whoring yourself so much, why not become a lobbyist? You’re a natural!

      1. Syed Balkhi says:

        and if you like whoring yourself on other people’s blog why don’t you put your name rather than being anonymous

        1. Flimjo says:

          Good point!

      2. xD I love it when people talk trash and don’t even give their name. Its easy to be an internet tough guy.

        1. Joe says:

          LoL

          this is why Ty’s scam works! there are soooo many idiots around. just look at these two jacksauces. even when anon spelled it out for them they still can’t see it!

        2. Sha says:

          No kidding. People are so bold behind their computer screens, but most would never say that to the person’s face.

    3. Flimjo says:

      Yes and no. There IS a product behind all this funneling. They just make it seem very secretive. I wish it was more transparent. They’d still turn people away with the $3500 upfront costs.

    4. Sha says:

      Yeah. Not a fan of pyramid/MLM.

  2. Oh that’s what the 50$ is for. Separating the tire kickers from the serious.

    Well I’ve never investigated the system, and the only knowledge I have about it is this explanation right here. And my first thought was “well if THAT guy can do it…” but that’s just me being silly.

    In all seriousness, if a person feels this is the method to make it-more power to them. But I personally would have a hard time steering a friend to this particular method. Even one of my rich friends.

  3. pileofblogs says:

    like you said, i’m sure this is working for some people, but paying $3000 for something i might not have a use for is not up my alley, in my budget… i suppose you could always sell the item afterwards…. unless it’s a $3000 inflatable electric toaster… the market for something like that is smaller than you’d think.

  4. ViralKing says:

    Yeah, you see this promoted everywhere, thanks John for a fair review of it and a better explanation for those of us that only saw the flash banners

  5. which one is more practical?
    making $150/day or $250k/month?

    1. Sava says:

      I trully like to keep things simple. Do you know anybody that makes that much money so easy ?

      Let’s be serious … in my opinion this is just like the rest of 2 million scams over the internet

      1. Flimjo says:

        I have yet to find someone or some testimonial about the RFS. I wish someone would come out and explain this and how it works. This review is informative, but it doesn’t provide enough transparency.

        1. I think that’s because John was smart enough not to waste his money on this one.

        2. Sha says:

          I’ve always wondered that myself. Why is it that there hasn’t been a real testimonial on this? Granted, they can’t spill EVERYTHING, but still.

  6. Tim says:

    Sounds dubious at best – John, just hope I don’t see one of these turn up here with reference to this in the future.

  7. LOL, the alt tag of the image is: I need a haircut. :mrgreen:

    Btw as the other guys said earlier, it looks like a pyramid scheme.

  8. Likepeas says:

    this stuff only worked or works for the people who invented or started this. You will be a complete idiot to get fulled by it these days.

    1. Unfortunately there are a lot of idiots on the internet.

  9. Stephen says:

    Woow cant wait to get my hands on this one :mrgreen:

  10. Stephen says:

    Hmmm cant wait to get my hands on them! ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  11. ๐Ÿ˜• One thumb rule I have set for myself is don’t pay anything to sign up for online programs! There are plenty of free options out there, then why pay?

    Ajith

  12. Lets assume that I spend $3050…will I have to do work for 18 hours still? Or I head towards the beach directly? ๐Ÿ˜›

  13. Hawaii SEO says:

    If you were planning on investing $3,000 into a timeshare vacation package anyway, then this may be exactly what you’re looking for. ๐Ÿ™„

  14. I think that is two much but again i think it’s works for them when they are promoting system on zillion sites. ๐Ÿ˜

  15. broalex says:

    I was looking forward for more reviews of this System. And I have some questions that I bet a lot of people have in this moment ?

    1. What product costs 3000$ ? (This money buys a second-hand car)
    2. An example of a blog which advertises this product? (Have never seen one).

    Selling a 3000$ products it`s not easy done through blogs.

    Anyone has another view on this Beach Bum?

    1. Flimjo says:

      Google the reverse funnel system, and you’ll find a couple of good reviews about this. It doesn’t appear to be a scam. It’s just costly to get in the door, and once you’re in, there’s a question as to whether you can actually profit as much as the beach bum on the top.

  16. This really just sounds like a pyramid scheme. You have to pony up $3500 just to start adding people to your “network”.

  17. This kind of sounds like an affiliate program you have to pay to join. Interesting, rule number one is, never pay to join an affiliate program.

    1. Flimjo says:

      You make a good point. It’s a beefed-up affiliate program that seems to scam people with high upfront costs.

    2. Sha says:

      Agreed. And it looks like Ty is the only one who is going to be making bank off it.

    3. You may be right. I know about some programs similar to this. Amway, Japanlife etc. Its a triangle kind of thing where you make more members. The truth here is that only people in the top line earn a lot of money. Most of them quit while others make some money.

  18. Pyjammez says:

    Sounds like a pyramid scheme for time shares where everyone pays a $3000 for the 5 year rights to 1 week a year of a holiday house. For example, $3000 might give you access to a holiday house in FIJI between May 12th and May 19th for 5 years. If they manage to fill up every week of the year, that’s 52x$3000= $150000.
    Enough to buy a holiday shack in a cool holiday destination?? Not sure, certainly not enough to buy one in Australia.
    And when 5 years is up, inflation has brought the holiday house to $250 000 and the owner sells it.
    Also it could be a $3000 industrial vacuum cleaner though…

  19. Stephane says:

    Ok now you convinced me to not to buy this thing.
    LOL

    “the conditions of this review prevents me from stating what the product is”

    Something smells fishy.

  20. Damon says:

    It’s not a “pyramid scheme”, it’s direct sales. The product is a travel membership, but not a timeshare. You must actually own the product in order to be eligible for their referral program, which is why you must purchase the product. The marketing system converts very well, at least 25% of $50 paid applicants will buy the product. With $1,000 commission on each sale, it doesn’t take long to recoupe that investment. A real business is going to take start up costs and advertising costs so if you’re looking to get something for nothing, then it’s probably not for you.

    1. WPblogger says:

      And if you’re looking for something for the $3050 then it’s probably not for you either ๐Ÿ™„

  21. Joe says:

    This is really really expensive to even start up! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ I had no idea, thanks for the review, John. Just don’t think this is for me at this time. I am wondering what the $3000 product is now though…

    1. WPblogger says:

      According to the other comments and some posts I’ve seen it’s basically a vacation time share.

  22. Tom says:

    They are selling steak knives.

  23. Chris says:

    First of all, if you’re so embarrassed about selling a timeshare/travel membership system that you won’t reveal that without a $50 fee, that’s bad enough.
    But the real kicker is there’s a $1,000 commission that goes up and a $1,000 commission that goes down. So the actual suckers you’re flogging this product to are paying $3,000 for a product that by simple math cannot possibly be worth more than $1,000.
    What sort of idiot buys that?

  24. broalex says:

    There are many people willing to get rich out there , so this would be a STOP for anyone. They trust the system , they dream about getting rich. It`s another pyramidal system that makes 10.000 people buy this product , the only one that makes the cash is The Beach Bum. ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

    1. Likepeas says:

      hahaha. so true. i once got into one account i found when i was at a hotel someone forgot to log out. that person payed about $400 for a product but didn’t make anything at all. over a course of 3months + plus she/he seemed really active.

  25. Tom says:

    we need a johnchow coupon code for $50.

    1. Terry Tay says:

      You mean a John Chow coupon for $50 and then $3000 for the product ๐Ÿ˜†
      ~Terry

  26. Thiago Prado says:

    It seems to be a real deal, but I don’t want to spend $5,000 to try to make money online. What if goes wrong and after a while I don’t make any money even though I follow all the instructions. Is he gonna give my money back? I don’t think so. Something to think about it.

    1. Mya says:

      Your right this is absurd, I don’t know why John Chow would even do such a post for this product. If he has people who lose money at it their not going to be happy, I think this is my last day on this blog. I have never felt so scammed from someone I once admired.

    2. Flimjo says:

      Nope. No refunds from the Beach Bum.

  27. broalex says:

    Did you hear about Pyramidal scam systems? There is one running in my home country named The Dolphin. It sells shit. let me explain how.

    The Dolphin sells a book for 3000 euros! you must buy the book to enter their ‘inner circle’. once you buy the book here’s where the fun starts!

    you get 540 euro / each sale! each sale means each person you refer! basically, you need to trick 10 people to get 5400 euro (so you make a profit of 2400 euro). now the other 10 people need to refer 10 more people to get some profit. and the pyramid goes on and on.

    All the money goes into some Russian Mafia Bank Account , people commit suicide getting into these systems.

  28. make150aday says:

    so based on the comments so far–this guy is wasting his money to advertise on this blog–however its easy money for John.
    I doubt any of you reading this blog have tried this program.

    I think those who have enough money to spend but yet have dreams to be millionare will try this product.

    But if you do not have such high desire then you are like me. I m trying to make $150/day with the program I m involved. And looks practical.
    Anyways would be nice if anyone had tried this product but yes we need honest answer.

    www,make150aday.com

    1. Tony M. says:

      Hey,
      are you never tired to post and push your website onto John’s readers ?
      Dude, there’s so many ways to advertise nowadays that it’s sad to just see people spamming blog comments again and again.

      Tony

      1. Tony..
        Common now–lets be honest here now.
        Why are we all in here commenting? You know the reason–am I right?
        And you consider me spamming versus all the ads you see about making zillions of dollars…

        What did I say wrong in my comment?
        BTW–Your site/blog is not working…

        1. I wanted to explain more…
          About ways of advertising and am aware of them–this is also one of them.
          And about getting tired–I don’t think i m tired since I don’t think I m spamming–Consider those top commenters–Are they tired? Not that there is anything wrong with them. I think they are doing their best and I salute them.
          Once I make enough money then you will see me advertising on this blog on the top spot as well.

          but if you consider that as spamming then my apology.

          Thank you.

          1. Terry Tay says:

            I think he was referring to you adding your website at the bottom of the comment when it’s already in the link in your name. Some feel if they want to visit your site they’ll just click on your name with your link. That way everyone won’t be adding their websites at the bottom of the comment. ๐Ÿ˜‰
            ~Terry

  29. Hungzai says:

    Wow sounds really good, can’t wait to get my hand on this one!

  30. Kurt says:

    The fact that they would not let you say what the product is in your review speaks volumes for how they feel about their product. If they think their product is so great and worth $3,000 then why would they try to hide it?!?!? SCAM ALERT!

    Read some reviews of Global Resorts Network from people who bought in. They are overwhelmingly negative, which is why the RFS tries to hide their product.

  31. Syed Balkhi says:

    i’d stay with my blog and see how much I make from that before trying this system …

  32. Paolo U says:

    As already stated by JOhn chow you need money to participate on this one. I think that I will stick with free one. ๐Ÿ˜†

    1. Free is the way to go.
      It is a lot easier to sell more products for a small amount than it is to sell even one or two for $3,000.
      You would probably make more money though Market Leverage than RFS.

  33. Likepeas says:

    just stick to PTC bux.to anyone ๐Ÿ˜€ these systems are just crap. and yes i believe that this is a paid review. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  34. MoneyNing says:

    Hmm… At first I was like everyone else and didn’t think this will work. However, judging by how much advertising the person who asked for the review did on various blogs and the length of time he’s done it, I’d say that he’s doing quite well ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m not sure whether he’s really just sitting on the beach all day with his laptop but I’m sure he’s making good money!

    1. Flimjo says:

      It’s not just one guy who has done the advertising. It’s several guys who have bought into the system and are now trying to make money from it.

    2. Sha says:

      Yeah & he & the other guys are probably the only ones making serious dough with this.

  35. Zach Bass says:

    John, I just don’t understand how you can endorse this system or this guy. I have done a lot of research, and Ty is not who he says he is. He’s a marketeer, like so many before.

    This system simply takes advantage of the gullible. And I understand you probably make gobs of cash from his advertising dollars. But I’m GOBSMACKED that you think this is a viable system! You are in effect endorsing taking advantage of people that don’t know any better.

    This guy is no better than Brian Campbell, who was recently outed by Chris Jacobson and myself on his $10,000 in 73 Days scheme. Which you also noted here.

    Look, there’s plenty of ways to make money on the Internet with ethical means. But these guys, simply make money off the few they can scrape from their email lists. They pretend to add value, but at an ungodly price.

    My opinion,
    -zach bass

    1. Zach Bass says:

      I posted several links that expose Ty as fraud and cheat. But there must be a filter on comments that prevents them from being posted. Just do the research. There’s are thousands of reports on this guy.

      I implore John Chow, for the sake of his credibility, to drop this scam artist, and vow to scrutinize such advertisers with higher standards, into the future.

      -zach bass

  36. Forest Parks says:

    Mr Chow,

    THIS IS BAD FORM.

    If you can prove to me with your own examples that this piece of sh*t works then I will buy it.

  37. The Oracle says:

    For $3050 you could do some serious marketing –like get paid blog reviews and ads for your own blog/site instead of theirs– and make honest money ๐Ÿ™„

    I’m willing to bet that most visitors to this site have at least one good product –that they don’t have to conceal– to make money with. This thing is not needed…

  38. This is a pyramid scheme, but who knows, maybe she works

  39. -zamtech says:

    To expensive, can buy one second hand car here….Already hear this program 5 months ago and i dont think is there any short way to make fast money online…

  40. zaifulzin says:

    wow..3050 maybe my lucky 4D numbers….

  41. James Wilcox says:

    Guess what people? Your Job is a pyramid scheme. At least according to the terms you are defining it by. People at the top make the most money, and people at the bottom help make that person money and get only a little compensation for their work.

    What you are really trying to say is you think it is an illegal pyramid scheme. That by definition means there is no actual product and all you are doing is conning people into joining so that you build a bigger base and the money they pay into it goes to you. I’m sure you’ve seen those emails floating around that say “send $1 to each of the 5 people…put your name on the list…blah blah blah.” that’s definitely illegal and it doesn’t work.

    The reverse funnel system is just another MLM opportunity with high costs to join to deter people that aren’t serious. Think about it, if you spent only $50 your risk isn’t very high and so you might not take it too seriously and probably not do anything. But if you spend $3k to start a business you are going to be much more serious and work a lot harder to be successful.

    I’ve written about this on my blog. I’m not affiliated with RFS but I am an IBO with Quixtar which is a legitimate business.

    1. Sha says:

      A lot of people don’t even spend that kind of crazy cash to get where they are now. Just look at Ashley Qualls who started Whateverlife. If I remember correctly, she said she only spent a measly $8. The amount of press & whatnot she has/is getting is insane. And her site still makes a lot of money to this day.

  42. I wouldn’t blame on John chow. You should not attack John–but should write to the guy who invented.
    I know he will have an automatic response. But you still can get him.

    1. Zach Bass says:

      When you take on advertisers, it’s like going into business with someone. Sure, you may have done no due-diligence because you trusted that person, or they came from a trusted source. But once you find out who they are, you do the right thing.

      However here, John has embraced these unscrupulous methods, and even tries to sell them to us. Apparently there are no takers. And that’;s because virtually everyone can see through this Ty fellow. All one has to do is go on the Internet and blog Ty, and you’ll get a real quick picture of whether or not you want to do business with this guy.

      It’s hard for me to believe, with as intelligent a person Jon obviously is, that he did not know EXACTLY what Ty was all about. I’ll bet that Ty is paying handsomely to advertise with John. And that’s hard to get away from.

      I started coming to this site because I saw a successful blogger, and I wanted to know how to be successful as well. But if this is the road to success he professes, then I’m going to find another mentor. Either that, or John should do the right thing and renounce this Ty fellow.

      -zach

      1. MoneyNing says:

        Hmm…. I think it’s easy for John to trust this guy because if you noticed he’s been advertising with John for a good couple months already whether it’s the top banner, or the 125x125s. Once someone is your regular customer (maybe even one of the top ones), it’s easy for you to trust them.

        Give John a break, he’s trying to go to Shanghai ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. Exactly.
          You can’t consider everyone that advertises on your site to be in “Business” with you.
          Do you have Adsense on your blog? If you do, are you in business with every advertiser who’s ad is shown through your adsense unit?

      2. Sha says:

        It was a review. Nowhere in it is John making people sign up. Whoever signs up & then feel like they wasted their money, well, that’s their own fault. No one is holding guns to their heads making them do it.

  43. Doug says:

    This program looks like an internet version of carlton sheets and those others on late night TV pitching their real estate wealth systems while sitting in Hawaii or some other exotic locale. I guess if this guy can get a couple of suckers a day to send him $3000 then I guess he could be making some outrageous dough. Carlton Sheets is probably jealous. A little surprised that John Chow would be on board with this, but I think the review is largely fair and I think John Chow knows his readers can read between the lines of what is a good program.

    1. James Wilcox says:

      You make a good point. John was paid $500 for a review, which I think he did a fine job on. John reviews a lot of stuff that may not be for everyone. The bottom line is if you have money to invest in a new business opportunity this might be something that works for you, besides it only costs you $50 to find out and you can get that money back if you don’t think you can make any sales.

  44. I don’t know, this whole Reversel Funnel nonsense just smells like a scam. I’ve been through enough MLM garbage to know that I’m not even going to consider investing $50 so I can find out what the $3,000 product is. Shounds like BS to me.

  45. EBay Blog says:

    I’ve heard mixed messages about the Reverse Funnel System, reading John’s post I think he has done a good job of bringing the full details to light. Regardless of what the product is he has probably cleared it up for a number of people who were maybe thinking of believing the hype from the sales pages..

  46. Personally I think it’s good of John to post the review.

    I don’t think it’s John’s job to try to prevent people from making “bad decisions” even if this was a scam (which I don’t know either way).

    He simply posts the review, and since we’re all fairly intelligent adults here I would assume we are smart enough to make our own decisions whether to “buy into” this type of system or not.

  47. bottom line is that–its not easy to make money.
    And after all this is what Internet marketing is all about..Just like informercials that you see on TV….
    You need to have a good skill of writing–Take a look at Joel Comm and his partner–they are good copywriters, and knows how to convince and pursuade no matter how effective is their product.

    So my suggestion is to read carefully before taking any action and do some research–you gotta spend some time doing these—

  48. Adam Holland says:

    ๐Ÿ˜› RFS DOES WORK!
    And, yes, it IS a direct sales based company whose compensation model does include network marketing.
    I’ve been with RFS for months now, and the true POWER of the system (or in ANY business) is how it duplicates. It teaches the average joe how to market online and sell the travel package to make the commissions.
    If you’re an internet marketer looking at this system, compare it to your job or home business. Right now you work and get paid based on the time you put in. If you have employees, or in this case bring on and train other marketers, you also get paid on THEIR sales as well… Just like at my last sales job where my boss got paid a portion of my sales.
    But check this out: If you’re already a good marketer, and you bring on other good marketers… you’re income EXPONENTIALLY goes up.
    You make $1000 per personal sale, and $1000 per sale of your personally sponsored reps. If John IS working this system as hard as I am, I’m sure his results SMOKE mine.
    Example: You personally make 5 sales in 1 month, and your (let’s say 5) personal reps make 5 sales per month, thats: 5K + (5x5k) = 30k per month. I’m sure if John is a rep, he’ll be at 100k per month very quickly (and I’m jealous of whoever his sponsor is! haha)

    Adam Holland
    RevolutionProfits.com
    the TRUTH about the Reverse Funnel System

  49. Hugo Santos says:

    Posting Scams? Come on John chow. This post is completely unnecessary…

  50. Steve Moyer says:

    John:

    I’m disappointed to see this on your blog … one question that will answer all the criticism. Did you buy a membership?

  51. John says:

    C’mon Chow you know you can REFUSE scam reviews right? We all know you don’t need the money that badly right? Keep some integrity in this blog its becoming just a big advertisement.

  52. Wow, there is no way in hell I would even consider wasting my money on this. Reverse funnel is a scam, just like someone said above, “Only the Beach Bum makes the money”.

    Makes me want to start my own “System”…..

  53. Mark Wilson says:

    Despite everyone bashing every pyramid scheme/MLM out there, I guarantee that they (the people at the middle to top of the income range in virtually any MLM style business) make more money than most of the people writing comments on here.

    Think about it, of course everyone that comments here will have a negative opinion…they haven’t succeeded. Why would someone making lots of money from something like this be reading a blog about making money?

    I don’t mean to say go out and try every MLM you come across, but most people that comment here, comment to get links because they have not had any success with any system like this.

    1. To be fair Mark, you did post here didn’t you? You also left a link to your site, which you aren’t required to do – but you did so anyway. The richest people in the world are still learning at all times. There is always more to learn, and new tricks you would otherwise be unaware of if you didn’t read a blog like John’s.

    2. Sha says:

      Your post is pretty ignorant. First of all, unless you are all up in these people’s business, how do you know they’re not making good/better money elsewhere?

      Second, to say that they haven’t succeeded because they’re reading this blog is absolutely ridiculous. You can never have too many good tips & John posts about more than just how to make money online. On top of that, he gets some of the best companies advertising on here & some, if not all, read his blog. I guess they must not be successful either.

      1. Mark Wilson says:

        I admit to a small amount of ignorance and maybe a over generalization but there is a “most” in front of the word “people” for a reason. Do you really believe that the 25,000ish people that follow this blog are financially successful from this type of business?

        I am not trying to bash people that comment here, by any means, (I still comment here :mrgreen: ) but I just doubt that the readers/commenters on this blog make more than an average income and that if you are in the middle to top of almost any MLM you are making more than an average income.

        Also I didn’t say that everyone that reads this blog in not successful, I said that people that write negative comments on posts like this have not succeeded in MLM style businesses. I think there is a little ignorance on your part as well.

  54. Noobpreneur says:

    John,

    This revere funnel has interested me before – I just found out from this post that I’ll cost you $3000+ – I know it will be expensive, but not this expensive ๐Ÿ™‚

    John, can you ‘hint’ a bit about things you mention as ‘there will be some people who wonโ€™t have a use for it.’ – that’s a bit worrying to join such system with such amount of investment.

    Thanks, John!

  55. Sha says:

    Not for me. And for some reason, I don’t see this method lasting long.

  56. Cronus says:

    Seems like a good deal but I don’t think many people(including myself) are willing to drop $3,000 on a product and hope to make some cash back.

  57. Ty is a genius. Great sytem for making money online. I wish I would have thought of that. Great name also.

  58. adam says:

    Funny how “Ty” is supposed to be the super rich kind living in Hawaii.

    But if you notice, all the registration and such for the Reverse Funnel System points back to someone living in Seattle.

    By the way, “Ty’s” Hawaiian beachhouse looks like a crappy condo in a bad part of Hawaii.

    I will tell you guys what this “Reverse Funnel System” is. It’s just an affiliate system that puts a new spin on the old “envelope stuffing” scam of the 1980’s. In this case Ty get’s you to send him $3,000, then he just tells you “do what I did to make $3,000”. And you become the next sucker in line trying to get people to send you $3,000.

    There’s no “product”. That’s why John would not give you any examples. Because there is none.

  59. zL1n0x says:

    Man this sounds awesome! I’m not really up with all this new fangled computer stuff though – can I just post my credit card details here to sign up? I can put up a few cards if that will help! And can you send me the funnel via express post – I’ll pay extra ๐Ÿ™„

  60. The 3000 dollar that you need to spend on the mysterious product is probably what makes this business going. I bet that the product actually costs 100$ and that’s where the profit starts rolling in… ๐Ÿ˜†

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