CB Passive Income Review: How To ACTUALLY Make Money

In my CB Passive Income review, I'd like to clear up misconceptions. Can you make money just by joining and learning a few tips? Of course not. Is it legit or scam? Of course legit. Would I recommend it? Yes, but not to everybody. The first thing I can tell you is this. In the past few years of my solo ad traffic business, Patric Chan's sales funnels are most used by my clients. It means I have sent tens of thousands of visitors to my clients' landing pages ready-made by Patric, all of which seemed to do with CB Passive Income. Some of the repeat clients would give me a feedback saying they've made some sales, which made me think this system must be pretty decent?

In this review I'll be as unbiased as I can, because I've seen some pretty negative reviews and I think they're missing the point.

CB Passive Income - How Does It Work?

So CBPI was created by an online marketing expert and best-selling author, Patric Chan in 2013. Now on version 5. The diagram in above image tells you pretty much what it offers, but basically this is what happens;

  1. Upon joining, you are provided with several pre-made landing pages with free product offers.
  2. You are going to promote your landing page(s) via social media, YouTube, by advertising on Bing, or by using paid traffic services. You can advertise multiple landing pages at the same time. 
  3. Visitors will have to subscribe to your mailing list in order to receive the free product.
  4. Patric will send followup emails (newsletters) to your subscribers. They contain some selected product offers from an affiliate network, Clickbank.
  5. When your subscriber buys a product, you'll earn a commission.
Patric Chan

The Good

Catchphrases such as "Done-For-You-System" "Auto-Pilot" "All you have to do is copy this" are often used by scammers. But when Patric says "Clone my entire business system and make affiliate commissions" - he's not lying. (Perhaps it was Patric who invented these and scammers started to copy, because they sound tantalizing.) The good things about CBPI are;

#1 Landing page with opt-in form is already created for you

This is good for those who don't know how to create a landing (squeeze) page and thank-you page ("thank you for signing up with me!" page).

#2 Free Giveaway Ready

A free product offer plays an integral part in generating leads. More visitors will sign up with you when a freebie is offered in return. Normally you'd have to create your own ebook or find a license free product elsewhere. With CBPI, your landing pages offer downloadable products such as "The CPA Cash Machine" and "The Affiliate Content Profits", all created by Patric.

After they sign up with you, a download link to the free product will be emailed to them automatically, so you won't have to do anything.

#3 Email sequence sent by Patric

Great for those who have no idea how to write email followups and when to send. Not only you don't have to do anything because Patric will do it for you, but you can also steal his copywriting technique.

#4 Email list is YOURS

You need to advertise your landing page yourself (see below) to collect subscribers, but once collected, they are yours. Patric will send email followups for you, but you can also send them yourself and promote other affiliate products. You need to sign up with a third party email marketing service though - AWeber or GetResponse is recommended.

#5 You'll Get To Learn About The Campaign Flow

Similar to #3 above, if you are new to internet marketing, you'll get to learn the most optimal way to run a campaign, i.e. how a sales funnel and email marketing work. Everything you've learned from CB Passive Income will be useful in the future - when you start building your own website and promoting other affiliate products all by yourself!

The Misconceptions

Two criticisms of CP Passive Income that I've found, which I don't necessarily agree.

#1 "It won't send traffic to your site!"

Everything else may be "done for you" by Patric, but you have to make an effort to drive traffic to your site, which is the hardest part. Then it's useless, most of the negative reviewers say.

What do they expect, CB Passive Income to send free traffic to its members' sites? No one ever sends out visitors for free, such a magic service never exists anywhere on the internet.

Just to be clear, there are only two ways to drive traffic to your website;

  1. Organic (free) traffic - learn the SEO technique and publish blog posts frequently, or
  2. By advertising - via social media (free), via YouTube video posts (free), or pay to advertise.

CBPI is not for content marketers. It is for people who want to make money but don't want to take the option No. 1; having to learn how to write good articles, having to publish many posts, and having to maintain the website Google friendly. Then the only other option is No. 2. It means they need to focus on how to advertise on social media, YouTube, and how to use paid services.

Patric Chan provides training for each of these areas of No. 2 and does his best as he can to make things easy for the users. If you seriously think of a better way to improve the system, suggest it to him, he'll listen to you as long as your idea is constructive.

The only way for an affiliate marketing newbie to make money quickly is to spend money. Merely posting your website url on social media is not at all effective and, broadcasting on YouTube also requires SEO technique. If you want to see the results in a matter of a few days, the only way to drive traffic is to use a reputable solo ad vendor. The cost varies, starting from around $35 per 100 visits.

#2 "It's upselling!"

I don't believe in product reviews that simply disapprove upsells, just because they're advertised in your face and it's annoying. In fact those reviewers are not understanding the effectiveness of cross-selling in seller's point of view. They should be reviewing the value-for-money of upsells, not be criticizing the existence of upsells or number of them.

...Anyway!

Upsells

CB Passive Income offers 3 upsells; "Inbox Pro Version" ($97), "Mass Bot Profits" ($99) and "Internet To Income Insider" ($100 per month).

Inbox Pro Version

I haven't tried any of them myself and I can't say for sure, but Inbox Pro Version particularly sounds good to me. As explained above, your list of subscribers sits in your CBPI platform and emails will be sent out automatically in Patric's name. You can also send out your own followup emails to the same subscribers using a third party email marketing service. But the problem is not many email marketing service providers allow you to import a list of subscribers freely for anti-spam reasons.

So Inbox Pro Version will come in handy. When someone signs up with you, their email address is added to both your CBPI list and your other list at the same time automatically. (NB: this does not change the fact that you'll be duplicating your list, i.e. considered spamming).

$97 sounds pricey but it will be worth it if you're looking to build your list aggressively. If you choose to buy the lifetime version of CB Passive Income (see below), this is included in the price of $497.

CB Passive Income - Pricing

$47 per month or $497 lifetime (incl. Inbox Pro Version).

As I mentioned earlier, you can't expect much by just advertising your site via social media or YouTube, unless you already have many responsive followers. Inevitably you need to spend on Bing ads or solo ad traffic.

If you find a reputable traffic provider from Udimi and choose to pay $250 for 500 clicks ($0.50 per click), you'll receive around 50% opt-ins, meaning you'll collect 250 subscribers. More or less. There are some vendors who sell for as low as $0.35 per click, but they're generally not as good, so don't go too cheap.

The amount of commission per sale depends on the Clickbank product that's been sold, varying around from $50 - $150. So this is just hypothetical but here's an example of moderately good outcome and bad outcome scenarios;

Good Outcome Scenario

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CB Passive Income

-$47

Solo ad traffic (500 clicks) $50 x 5 = 

-$250

Sales total $100 x 10 = 

+$1,000

Total Profit:

+$703

Bad Outcome Scenario

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CB Passive Income

-$47

Solo ad traffic (500 clicks) $50 x 5 = 

-$250

Sales total $50 x 5 =

+$250

Total Loss:

-$47

As I said, the figures are just examples so you can expect even better or worse, depending on the quality of solo ad traffic you receive.

Now, if you bought the lifetime version ($497), used your own autoresponder (AWeber) and aimed to promote CBPI over the next 12 months, the minimum commission you'd have to make to breakeven per month would be;

Breakeven per month

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CB Passive Income ($497 x 1/12) =

-$41

AWeber monthly fee

-$19

Solo ad traffic (500 clicks) $50 x 5 = 

-$250

Sales total to be achieved:

+$310

Break Even

+-$0

Again this is just a guess work, but if you set the monthly goal this way (e.g. $310 is the minimum commission total you'll have to make in order to break even), then this will be feasible.

And don't forget, if you have your own autoresponder, you can try promoting other lower-ticket products to those who were never interested in Clickbank products offered by Patric previously.

Is It Sustainable?

CB Passive Income has been around for 6 years now and it's on version 5, showing the system is pretty established and it's continuously improving. On the other hand, more and more people will know about this system and it may be saturated one day. Means it may become harder to find new buyers. For example people who already know about the freebies from Patric Chan may no longer be interested in buying whatever that's been offered by CBPI? Who knows, but it will be around for a few more years at least for sure.

30 Days Money Back Guarantee

If you're not happy, you can claim 100% of your money back within 30 days. It's particularly useful if you already have your own email marketing service. Buy some more traffic and build your list, give your best shot and if you're not seeing good results, you can ask for a refund.

CB Passive Income Review - Pro's and Con's

Pro's

  • The creator, Patric Chan is reputable.
  • Beginner friendly. Along with training, opportunity to 'steal' Patric's technique.
  • Subscribers list will be yours, yet you don't have to send email followup.
  • 30-day, 100% money back guarantee.
  • Quality of upsells (though you'd have to pay extra!)

Con's

  • No organic traffic (not for content marketers who are willing to learn SEO).
  • Not for those who want to build their own niche marketing.
  • No control over email followups. 
  • "Lifetime commission" is a little exaggerated. You'll only be receiving monthly commission while your referral's paying.
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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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Premjith

Hi, Ray Alexander I Receive you email…
You always make a precise advice for new marketers, People who have a lot of work and they also take advantage of it, thank you for the Great Review.

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    Ray Alexander

    Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it! I wish you all the best with success!

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Masuma

I think the problem with this one is people who don’t know anything about online business trust this guy then start the system but it’s too difficult or too much to learn about. They don’t understand it and then quit.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hello, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Yes it’s all about training the skills!

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Olivier

Yes you are right, you have to spend a lot of money on traffic. It’s not about content marketing. It’s about affiliate marketing and there are many ways to promote products. If you want to promote Clickbank stuff there are specific ways and you have to be seriously at it. I think CBPI method is becoming a little old fashioned now though. It’s rinsed & repeated too many times.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Olivier, yes you’re right. No matter what kind of way you choose to promote affiliate products, you have to be constantly monitoring your work. Patric introduces many other products along with CBPI, which may be worth looking at. I’ll give some of them a try in the future. Thanks for your comment!

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Jasper

Good review. Now I see why some people leave bad reviews. I personally received some guidance from Patric, I know he’s not a scammer.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Jasper, that’s great to know. Thanks for your comment!

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Abrar Hamim

Hello. Thank you very much for your review. Can you please tell me how long does it take to make money by CB passive income?
I have a very very low budget but I can borrow money and pay if I know if I can make my commission successfully in about 1,2 months.
Thanking you for your advice. I will wait for response.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Abrah, it’s hard to say how long it will take before you can make good money. As I mentioned in the post, it depends on how much you invest and how focused you are with your work. I wouldn’t advise you to borrow money to invest it on any of your monthly membership fees though. But you can certainly take a chance if you are really willing to make a success. It’s up to you. Thanks for your comment. Any more questions don’t hesitate to get back to me at any time.

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Ben

Hi Ray, you know I made loads of money from it. You are defo right about the misconception, people don’t have enough patience and leave because they don’t invest enough money. You are right about not content marketing also. CBPI is good if you trust the system and keep going at it. Use solo ads. The more traffic you send the more money you make.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Ben, great to hear that you’ve made a good success with CBPI. Yes just like any other affiliate programs, it takes a lot of patience and determination to make it successful. And not to be afraid of investing ‘some’ money. Thanks for your comment and advice, I appreciate it!

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Ris

Great review. I think I’ll try this.

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Jeff Pathan

Hi, I tried CB passive income about 2 years ago and didn’t think it was good. There was not enough information about driving traffic and I had no visitors. I made no money whatsoever and after about 6 months I quit. It’s not a scam but it’s very difficult.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Jeff, thanks for sharing your experience, sorry to hear that CBPI wasn’t for you. Good to know that some people find that there’s not enough training materials. But I believe the version’s newer and more improvements have been made since 2 years ago. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it.

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Taylor

I’m making well over 10k every month with this. The key is to know the right timing and the right kind of leads. Also take the training throughout then take it seriously. Anybody can achieve this. DM me @taylorbtd on Twitter if you want to know the detail.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Taylor, it’s great to hear that you’re making a great success with CBPI. I wish you the best of luck with continuous growth with your business. Thanks for your comment!

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AAZZ

I appreciate your review but I think it’s a scam. I know somebody who lost so much money to this one. I don’t trust any products that are sold on Clickbank especially make money online training and pdf’s are so cheap and shambolic, not worth a money.

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    Ray Alexander

    Sorry to hear that CBPI didn’t work out for your friend. I don’t think Clickbank products are “shambolic” as you say though. Some may be for sure, but the majority of them are legitimate, useful and value for money. It’s how each product owner promotes, if they over-exaggerate the results in the sales page, often beyond Clickbank’s control. I don’t believe it’s the case with this product. Thanks for your comment.

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Norman

I have seen CB Passive income many times, I am aware of the service because a lot of email marketers promote it. I am still on mailing list of Patric Chan. The problem I have is I receive too many emails from him too often. Probably because I have too many email addresses. Would you say it’s safe to take up his service? I am 66 years old retired and am happy with my life with pension income. I just don’t want to take too many risks but a little bit of extra income would be nice. Thanking you in advance.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Norman, you can try CBPI and if you decide it’s not for you, you can cancel before the 30-day expiry and claim your money back. It depends how long it will take you to learn the technique and get your marketing started. Your email problems, you can unsubscribe newsletters one by one (not just from Patric but anything that you don’t actually read!) and tidy up your Inboxes. Thank you for your comment!

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Arnold Tang

Thank you for a great review of CB Passive Income.
I personally know Patric Chan and I can tell you he is the most honest and
hardworking person I have ever known.
He has helped me make my first income on internet. He is a very helpful man.
I am grateful for his kindness and also I think he is a very quick thinking.
He is a genius person.
I recommend his training.
Thank you.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Arnold, it’s great to know that. Internet business training is all about helping others, and he’s a very successful man, so what you say all makes sense. Thanks for sharing, I appreciate it!

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K

Yeah, people who call it a scam most definitely haven’t tried it. I make at least $2k profit every month from it. I sell traffic also. I keep CBPI in my rotator to keep money rolling in.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for your comment. Great to hear that you’re making a good profit. Yes it’s a great option to promote it as a solo ad seller in order to make extra income!

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Italo Di Paloma

I am a solo ad traffic vendor and see many clients promote CB passive income. They report to me that they make sales. This proves that CB passive income is very popular between many people who want to make money online.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Italo, thanks for your comment. Yes it is popular among many affiliate marketers!

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Yiching

I tried CB Passive Income lately and was impressed by the contents.

I was happy in the beginning. But it made me realize I couldn’t earn much money unless I was determined to continue for months and months while building leads.
I gave up after about 6 weeks.

I have a mixed opinion about CB Passive Income. It’s not for everybody. You have to be persistent.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Yiching, sorry to hear that CBPI wasn’t the one for you, but as you say, you have to be persistent with the job that you believe in and keep going to achieve your goals. If you never give up, something will happen at some point. I with you the best of luck, if you need any help don’t hesitate to let me know any time. Thanks for your comment!

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Coco Seaman

Hi Ray, it’s a great review. I would like to congratulate you for setting the record straight. I completely agree that just because it’s not one way of affiliate marketing i.e. blogging, it doesn’t mean it’s a scam.

There are many ways to make money online but you often have to invest a lot of money in the beginning, and one of the hardest parts is to monitor your spending. You need to understand this is completely normal. Many people spend a lot of money and unfortunately fail to make ROI, so they call it a scam. Content marketers also call this kind of system a scam because there is a risk attach to it. But it is wrong that they insist that you must rely on organic traffic entirely.

I believe Patric Chan does a great job to help make things easy for new marketers in getting started. CB Passive income is not a scam, it is completely legitimate.

Thank you.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Coco, thanks for your input, I appreciate it. You’re absolutely right indeed!

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Seb

Hey Ray, for many years I’ve seen CB Passive Income reviews and many people call it a scam, I was wondering why you would approve it and now understand the logic perfectly. It’s either you make money quickly by spending money or take time to build a business without spending. People who are on the latter side maybe call it a scam because it makes you spend more.

If this guy Patric Chan was a scammer he would have been long gone, but he seems to be doing so well as a guru. I think I would trust him. I’ll give it a try. Thanks Ray! Good job, as always!

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Seb, good to hear from you! Yes Patric is trustworthy, helping thousands of new online entrepreneurs in other areas rather than CBPI too, as I believe. I keep saying this but it’s not for content marketers, not for bloggers. this is a very specific way to make money on the internet, the users will get to learn how this particular business works while they build leads. Thanks for your comment!

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Maha Rama

I don’t understand why you have to pay so much money in the beginning of your internet marketing career especially you are short of cash.

I would rather start everything for free to decide if working from home is for me or not. This system however eats a lot of cash out of me it’s not good for me.

At least it’s good to know it’s not a scam.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Maha, you can start your online business with zero cost, but you’ll unlikely to make any money for a long, long time. CB Passive Income is a shortcut – without having to learn too much about marketing or building your own website, it will guide you to an opportunity to make money in a short period of time. The only way to pay to drive traffic to your site. It is however as you say, difficult if you are really short of cash. I hope you understand it. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it.

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Chris

Thank you for your breakeven worksheet. It makes it easy for me to visualize target. Can you make something like that for other programs also? I am not so sure if CB passive income is for me or not because I don’t like the idea of keep buying solo ad traffic. If I spent so much money on traffic maybe I would like to have more control. But I don’t know how to take control, as a novice maybe I should try for one month and see what happens.

Thank you for your advice.
Chris

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Chris, thanks for your feedback. Yes I can do a template on Goole Spreadsheet, so you can apply it to any other internet business planning. I’ll let you know when it’s done! Solo ad traffic is not exactly cheap if you want a responsive traffic, and the results can be hit and miss. Perhaps as you say, you could try CBPI for a month and see how it goes. Any questions don’t hesitate to get back to me. Thanks!

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stellagrace

Nice Blog.Thanks for sharing your work with us.very interesting information we have found from your blog! looking for a substantial income source? cbpassiveincome is providing awesome opportunities For Business Needs

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R Bhadran

Where is the option of buying traffic?
You have only mentioned Udimi but which seller to use.
I tried CB Passive income during 2016-2017 but it was not acceptable to me
and it has no presence of guarantee.
For reasons not known to me its services are not satisfactory.
I Only prefer to get the money by my website,
Its not acceptable to me.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for your comment. Sorry to hear that the program didn’t work out for you. Udimi is just a traffic sellers/buyers network, so you need to sign up and choose a seller that you think is good. If you need a help in this, you can contact me and I can give you some advice.

    It’s not clear to me why exactly you think you’ve failed with CB Passive Income, but it does offer you a 30-days money back guarantee, and I understand the term used to be 60-days until recently. You cannot simply have a website and expect it to earn money for you, you need to promote it as I explained in my article above. Any more questions don’t hesitate to get back to me. Thanks for your visit!
    Ray

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Anil VA

Thanks for sharing such great information with us. Buying a traffic is costly and I have no budget right now but I would love to try it when I have more money because I don’t like the idea of blogging every day to build a website before I can earn substantial affiliate commissions. I’m sure it’s the best idea for some, but not for me. I would like a platform that’s ready to use without the need of technical tweaks. I will try it very near future.

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    Ray Alexander

    Thanks for your comment, if you need any help please don’t hesitate to ask, although when you’ve signed up there’ll be a plenty of training. Good luck! 🙂

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Hitesh

Hi Ray, I agree with you that not everybody wants to learn about internet marketing by building their own website. And not everybody wants to learn all the tricky SEO techniques. I have never tried CB Passive Income but I think it’s a good system for new marketers. Good luck to them.
Hitesh

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Hitesh, yes absolutely indeed. It always takes time, effort and money at times in order to make a success online. There is no magic, it’s just that the users need to understand what kind of system it is. Thanks for your comment!

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Philip Vandera

Good review. But I would like to point out that the biggest problem with this system is that by cloning Patrick’s system you will create a duplicate content that will potentially harm your website.

For that reason, I would not personally recommend this program if you don’t want to be penalized by Google. But who knows? I guess if you can make a decent money, it’s up to you. Thanks. Philip

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Philip, that’s exactly the point I was making in my post – CB Passive Income is not about SEO. Why is it not okay to be penalised by Google when it’s nothing to do with it? How exactly is a duplicate content “harmed” when it’s nothing to do with content marketing? …This is a different way to make money online. Just like email marketing or network marketing is nothing to do with Google. I hope you get this, but any more questions don’t hesitate to get back to me. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate your input.

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Lory

I’ve never heard of it or the name of the owner. $49 per month sounds like too much to pay even though there is a high possibility to make a profit. It’s a gamble I rather not to take . Appreciate your measurements, thanks.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Lory, thanks for sharing your thoughts, I appreciate it!

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Celia Kristek

I have made so many mistakes so far and cannot afford to take a risk any more. Do they have a telephone support. I would rather not make my own decision to use a credit card any more. Thank you.
Celia

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Celia, not many online training services give a telephone support as an extra. That’s the beauty of it – working online means you’re not interfered by a sudden call. If you engage with a coaching service, your coach/mentor will be able to speak to you but obviously it will be costly.

    You can make money within a week if you choose a good traffic provider, but I suggest that you don’t rush into this because it requires a lot of hard work to learn the technique first. Thanks for your comments 🙂

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Celia Kristek

I receive so many email notifications and advertisements and have seen Patrick Chan’s name so many times. All you do to become rich is to copy his system, which I don’t believe.

I haven’t spent money but is it worth paying, if so why? Please help because I am disabled and desperately in need of money within a week.

Thank you.
Celia

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Spring Crikets

I know why nobody wants to try cb passive income. Because it has become too famous and it is one of the systems that anyone who wants to start making a success on internet first looks into it. Because they don’t have enough budget in the beginning they cannot draw traffic and give up after a very short while.

I personally have never tried cb passive income but Patric Chain sounds like a legit guy. I have heard some people say he is a scammer but those people don’t have anything to prove it. Their money was not stolen by Mr. Chan. He is not a scammer.

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Brian Hendrick

Hi Ray, I have tried CB Passive Income in the past (about a year ago). I used a traffic service and he was a power seller. I spent about $200 in traffic on Friday. He sent me a very good traffic in the first 6 hours or so and I made 5 x commission sales. Unfortunately Saturday onward it was no longer responsive. I received no optins, nothing. I made a good income on this occasion but gave up afterwards. But it proves that CB Passive Income works if you invest a good amount of money for list building. Thanks. Brian

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Hana

Is there a guarantee that anyone can make $310 every month like you are suggesting? If so how often should I use this? Thank you.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Hana, no there is no guarantee. As I said, the figures are only an example. How much you can make will all depend on the quality and quantity of traffic your website will receive, as well as the number of subscribers and the timing. How often should you use CB Passive Income? In the beginning you should log in at least every day and be familiarised with it. If you need a technical help, you can always ask questions. Good luck! Thanks for your comment!

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Samira Shah

I have heard about Cbpi and Patric Chan for a long time but was never interested because I’ve seen pretty bad reviews. I just had a look at the sales page and it makes sense that people who give thumbs down are promoting something else instead. This is deceptive! Anybody can deliberately criticize all other systems and deliberately pretend to approve their affiliate prodcts instead so the users are redirected. I don’t know who to believe any more. 47 USD is a little too expensive for me but I will consider in the future. Thanks. Samira

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Samira, yep that’s an affiliate marketers’ technique for you! 🙂 No seriously, when someone says “it’s my #1 recommendation” but fails to explain constructively, you have no reason to believe the review. A constructive explanation should be (1) what’s missing from the product (2) why it’s bad if missing (3) but their #1 recommended product equips it… Read as many reviews and the decision will be yours. Thanks for your comment!

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