3 Step Method Review – One of the Worst!

By Ray Alexander

3 Steps Method claims that it's about creating automatic income streams that pay you every week "like a clockwork" online. If you don't have time or the inclination o follow the steps, the team behind it will even do it for you. But it doesn't reveal what the actual 3 steps are. The spokesperson explains what the method is not (not cryptocurrencies, not gambling, or illegal Ponzi schemes), but never says what it is. So in my 3 Step Method review today, I will reveal the actual content. I decided to get this product and, what I discovered was pretty shocking.

3 Step Method Review

Product Name:

3 Step Method

Website URL:

3stepmethod.com

Type:

Affiliate Marketing

Owner:

Unknown

Price:

$37

Rating:

What Is The 3 Step Method?

I've always said that a product is likely to be a scam if one or more of the following statements appear on the sales page;

  1. "Easy" system. A few clicks to start earning thousands of dollars.
  2. When the seller blurts out "I'll now show you exactly how this system work" but he/she never actually does.
  3. When the seller is unknown.
  4. The sales page or video is heavily focused on the dream life of luxury, accompanied by some images of a beach, flashy car, villa.

3 Step Method is unfortunately a typical one, covering the scam factors 1, 2 & 3 above. The spokesperson says in the video, "How exactly does it work? Imagine if you had digital assets on the internet which automatically produced an income each week for doing next to nothing." Extremely ambiguous - he doesn't explain what he means by the "digital assets".

The actual product turns out to be a very basic written general guide to affiliate marketing. No images but text-only, and the volume is as low as the equivalent of just 2-3 page worth of e-booklet. You can read the entire content within 10 minutes.

3 Step Method Review

The Content - The 3 Steps

The content is about how to make money by affiliate marketing by promoting ClickBank products, and the three steps are simply;

  • Step 1 - Choose your niche.
  • Step 2 - Create a 'digital asset', i.e. website and/or social media accounts.
  • Step 3 - Promote your affiliate link via your website or social media.

That's all it is. It's the absolute minimum information you need to know if have no idea how you can work online. But this is just a piece of theoretical information, which is too shallow to actually help you make money.

For example, if you were to start a catering business, the three steps would be;

  • Step 1 - Choose what kind of food to sell.
  • Step 2 - Create an asset, i.e. build a restaurant or takeout shop.
  • Step 3 - Start selling food.

You wouldn't make money simply by following the steps, would you? There would be a lot more elements to consider in order to make your catering business a successful one.

What's critically missing from this guide is how you drive traffic, which is the most integral part of any online business model. Millions of affiliate marketers thrive to test various traffic methods to generate sales, and none of them is mentioned in this guide.

Webpage, Website or Blog?

Seeing the way the information is provided in the 3 Step Method, I get the impression that the writer may have no experience in making money as an affiliate. For example, in Step 2 where he refers to a 'digital asset', he suggests that you should create one or more of the following;

  1. A simple webpage or website
  2. A blog
  3. Social media accounts

"A simple webpage, website or a blog" - without a clear explanation of the difference, this doesn't make sense, and the writer doesn't explain it.

A webpage is a single page out of a website; you have to have a website to create a webpage. A blog is also a website; you post a blog on your website.

So what's a website that's not a blog website? It's a website with new content added less regularly, which means it has less keyword exposure to search engines. So it's likely to be advertised especially to drive traffic, e.g. paid advertisements and traffic services.

If a reader was brand new to affiliate marketing, this part will only confuse them because such vital fundamentals are missing.

Now there are several reasons why 3 Step Method is a scam product.

The Seller Is Unknown

3 Step Method Spokesperson

The man in the sales video is not the seller, he's only a spokesperson who is hired via Fiverr. He refers to the "team behind 3 Step Method" as if they will help you succeed, but the actual platform has no mention of any person behind it. No mention of coaching or a support group. From such a low volume of content, 3 Step Method is very likely to have been created by one person.

Fake Testimonials

3 Step Method Fake Testimonials

Testimonials are also falsely created. These people are also hired via Fiverr, they get paid for speaking from a script that's provided in front of a camera. Again it's grossly misleading - they talk about how this product has helped them financially, while most of the content is something that every affiliate marketer should know. This brief general guide with no vital tips and advice can no way help anyone actually make money.

You Can Get It For Free!

Although the information provided is confusing and misleading, it's not totally useless. For example, it explains how to find your affiliate link in ClickBank (1. Log in to your ClickBnak.com account, 2. Click "Marketplace" and so on). However this level of how-to's can be found easily by googling. Thousands of bloggers have already written about it. In fact, more detailed and much more helpful information than 3 Step Method can be found by searching for free.

Unrealistic Income Claim

The statement "It's more than achievable to generate six figures per year" without a valid explanation is grossly unrealistic. Not only the sales page but the actual guide harshly suggests as if you'll make money by simply following the "3 steps". It says "once you've followed this method, you'll begin to make sales automatically, 24 hours a day.

Get Paid

The expression "24 hours a day" can give you the impression that things will be happening as often as every minute, but of course that will never be the case. As I've explained earlier, without any constructive advice to create results, this product will not be favorable to you, sadly.

Money Back Policy

The seller's money-back policy is also ambiguous. According to the terms & conditions, it simply says your refund request should be put in writing and will be made at the sole discretion of the company. However, this product is sold via ClickBank, who guarantees a money-back within 60 days if you're not happy. All you have to do is simply access ClickBank from your email receipt and ask for a refund. 

The grossly misleading information provided on the sales page, as well as the unrealistic income claim, can be valid reasons for your request. So if you've accidentally purchased 3 Step Method, I suggest that you contact ClickBank directly rather than seeking advice from the seller.

3 Step Method Pros and Cons

Pros

  • 60-day money back guarantee by ClickBank.

Cons

  • The volume of content is so low for the price it charges.
  • General guidance only - better information can be found online by Google search for free.
  • No constructive advice to create results (e.g. drive traffic).
  • Unrealistic income claim.
  • False promise - "the team will do the work for you." This is just a written guide. There is no "team", no anyone to do the job on your behalf.

3 Step Method Review - Conclusion:

3 Step Method is one of the worst "make money online" scam products that I've seen because neither the volume nor the quality is up to the price it charges. It only briefly explains how a niche affiliate marketing works. Without any practical step by step, this product will not even get you started working as an affiliate. Not recommended.

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Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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  1. Hi Ray,

    Thank God we have people like you on Social Media, I nearly convinced by 3stepsmethod, but I've learned my lesson in by doing my review on all this so call guru promising you an easy way to make money on the Internet. On two occasions I have requested for my money back with Clickbank, after I was convinced about the 365perptual income generating software system, after my review this, I realised that it was all a con, can't believe it, I immediately contact my bank to stop the transaction and a refund of my money. On two occasions, this last one recently, they went and withdrawn money from my account without my authority, how dear they treated me this way. I have been looking for a way to earn money online, I don't have huge money to invest, but I have the time to learn, if I can get the right person to help me do so. Can you be my guide Ray?

    1. Hi Angela, thanks for your comment and for sharing your experience. I see your pain, there are too many products that claim to make unrealistic income; half of them are scam and the other half of them tell you to promote “make money online” products to others deceptively and anonymously. Perpetual Income 365 seems to be hugely popular “among affiliates” to promote itself, but I’m not a fan of it either.

      If you’re interested in affiliate marketing in an honest possible way, I can suggest two training programs. One is Wealthy Affiliate that you can join from the link above (at the end of the post). You’ll be building your own website and promote products that you’re most passionate about. The other one is Phillip Borrowman – he’s very helpful and teaches you absolutely everything that you need but in the most comprehensive way (that’s how I see his program, anyway.) Perhaps you can take a look at my review – I’m not affiliated to this guy, by the way. Simple Traffic Blueprint Philip Borrowman Review

      I hope the information will help a little, but any questions don’t hesitate to get back to me at any time. Thank you for your comment, I wish you all the best!

  2. Hi, I just watched your video and was horrified. This is so bad charging a lot of money for very little info. The trouble is when you look at the site it doesn’t look like a scam because it doesn’t promise a get rich quick scheme. He makes you feel like you can do this. But there is nothing to do! It’s a real scam. I agree with you it’s one of the worst!

    1. Hi Glenn, thanks for your comment. I see what you mean but a GRQ scheme is not the only scam, and a lot of scammers emphasize that they're not GRQ, turns out what they have in hand is another type of scheme. So really, you need to know exactly what you're supposed to do before you make a purchase.

  3. I received an invitation to join 3 3 Step Method by someone called Frank saying a brand new cash account has been activated. I thought something was wrong because what I read and the video I watched was nothing as described by Frank in his email.

    Thank you, you saved me from wasting my time and money.

    1. Hi Kenneth, thanks for sharing your experience. It sounds like the email you received is just a random promotional swipe, and the sender’s name is likely to be fake. Reviews like this one are available to help you make the right decision, and I’m glad to hear that this post has become useful to you. Thanks for your comment!

      1. Good day

        Indeed it is a good day because I was warned about a scam. when something gets presented to me the first thing I ask: "Is it a scam" they are easy money maker but there is zilch in value unless you become a crook as well!!!

        Thanks for warning me and everyone. Should you to talk about this you are welcome!!!

        1. Hi Cornelius, thanks for your comment. I agree with you. Unfortunately there are too many “make money online” scam products online, best not trust anything in the first instance!

    2. I also receive emails from the same person , she keeps trying to sell 3 step methods.
      It looks free first but you cannot see anything until you pay. It’s annoying.

  4. Hi Ray, thanks for the helpful review. It sounds like a terrible program. I have seen some scam product reviews and normally get rich quick scams that charge as much as 37 dollars have a lot of unrelated video training and ebooks. They are so outdated + useless but at least there’s a lot of content. But this one is not even an ebook for only 10 minutes reading time? Unbelievable!
    Your review is always useful, Ray. If I find someone considering to buy 3 step Method I will definitely tell them about your review and advise them not to get it. Thanks, Ray!
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