China Cash Clone Review – Fake News!
My China Cash Clone review reveals almost everything that's claimed by the seller is untrue. He says that China Cash Clone is a software, it is "revolutionary" and it works by exploiting a "little-known glitch on the internet".
I'm sorry but we've heard that all before. How long has it been since the internet became a standard household item? I got my first Windows 98 back in...in the '90s (yes I'm old!) when I was so excited to hear some stranger on AOL chat telling me there was a revolutionary way to make thousands of dollars per day, discovered in some exotic country.
Now we're in 2019, still thousands of scammers advertise some "untold secrets" to make a ridiculous amount of money online. None of them is true, yet people still fall for this kind of thing.
There are NO such secrets that you and I can easily obtain for as low as $9. If you've watched the China Cash Clone's sales video and believed any part of the seller's story - you really should know. You should know this is a kind of sales video that a typical scammer creates. Otherwise you'll come across with many other similar sales page in the future and you'll be scammed sooner or later!
China Cash Clone Review
China Cash Clone
Daniel Barber's Chinese friend Mr. Fong
$9 + upsells
China Cash Clone - Overview
Now so far, have I called China Cash Clone a scam?
The product is a guide to a drop-shipping business using AliExpress. AliExpress is based in China - that's where the name came from.
For the initial price of $9 that you pay for China Cash Clone, this is just a guide. If you are willing to follow the steps and actually start a drop-shipping business, you'll have to pay for the upsells which is $197, plus a lot more for monthly web hosting fees and you will NOT make a cent for a long, long time, which I'll explain in a little while.
Now the sales page claims one of the fake users say "I just joined China Cash Clone last week and I'm $30,000 richer!" You tell me this product is a scam or not.
What Is A Drop-Shipping?
A drop-shipping allows you to run an online store without having item stock. For example, you see a pair of jeans sold on AliExpress for $30. You list the same item on your own web store for $45. Your customer orders the pair of jeans and pays you $45. You'll immediately buy the same item from AliExpress for $30 and get them to ship directly to your customer. The difference of $15 is your profit.
It's Hard Work!
I'm personally not a fan of drop-shipping (I've done it in the past) because it's busy! Drop-shipping is a hard job because;
- You have to monitor your store listing all the time. Not only to continuously add new items, but also to continuously check your supplier's site (i.e. AliExpress). If an item goes out of stock in AliExpress, you have to put "out of stock" on your site.
- You have to take care of all customer service matters (take orders, send dispatch notes, handle complaints and returns!!)
- Yes, returns! Ask your customer to return it directly to your supplier, make sure you got your money back and refund your customer at the same time.
You see what I mean? And what does China Cash Clone tell you?
- "Start dropshipping and make thousands of dollars every single day on autopilot."
- "Up to $30,000 per week from less than 10 minutes of work each day."
No chance. Absolutely not possible. The seller of China Cash Clone is lying or/AND has never experienced a drop-shipping business himself.
AliExpress Isn't That Great
I'm personally not keen on AliExpress either for two reasons.
One is critical. The suppliers listed on AliExpress are from all over the world, and the standard delivery time for the majority of items is 30-60 days. Please tell me you're kidding?
Internet shopping - a maximum of how many days would you wait for the delivery? 5 days, perhaps? I usually abandon my cart if I can't get it the next day. You can't run an online store that offers 60 days shipping time on most items and expect such a great success. Unless you sell them really cheap, like AliExpress.
And that's the second reason - AliExpress only sells unknown brand products and cheap, inferior products. If you choose quantity over quality and run a, say, cheap electronic shop, imagine this scenario. If you were selling a USB charger for $2 each with 40% profit margin, that would be $0.80 profit per item. Selling 1,000 of them per month to make $800 profit...that would be insanely hard work!
The Misleading "Proof of Profits"
Well, we know these numbers are totally made up, but there was something wrong that I spotted right away when I looked at the graph. I couldn't help but to stop the video and take a closer look at it.
It says the sales total from April was over $153k, but the graph underneath doesn't say so - there was one day that made it to $10k, other days around $3k or less. If you roughly add up the total of all the bars, it will only come to $60-70k.
What's worse is that the seller says he made $153k "profit" in this month - a sales/revenue is not a profit. The cost of sales is not included. What he paid the supplier (i.e. AliExpress) should be deducted from it, and that'll be called "gross profit".
The seller's comment makes me think, does he understand the very basic of a retail business, or is he just totally making it all up because he couldn't care less? Perhaps the latter?
Another comment that he makes in the video is "Make an easy passive online income!" Passive income is an income that comes in without doing anything, like affiliate commissions, investment interest income, etc. You can never make passive income from a drop-shipping (e-commerce) business. Again, because the whole thing is made up and he's only selling a product that's created by someone else, he's never had an experience in drop-shipping himself and doesn't know the term...or he knows but is plainly scamming.
The testimonials are all fake.
Fiverr is a perfect place for scammers to get fake user testimonials made up. You can hire a spokesperson for $5-10, give them a script and get them to speak in front of a camera for 30-40 seconds.
They're all "repeaters", already appeared in many other scam product testimonials to say "I have made [large sum of money] for the first time in my life! Thank you for so-and-so system!"
These people are not 'actors' since they call themselves spokespeople. Perhaps they're in a vulnerable position, no option but to whore themselves out to scammers for money? Or they just don't know/care the consequences of making false statements?
It's Not "Newbie Friendly"
Well, I always become wary of people who say "this product requires no experiences, skills or qualifications". I don't trust those words.
Because NO product requires experience, skills or qualifications! Usually people only warn you if a product is not suitable for everyone. Age 13+ or above. Windows users only. The next video contains flashing images, etc. No internet marketing jobs require special qualifications anyway. Anyone can start it (and that's why there are so many scammers).
When they say "it's newbie-friendly", in what sense? And China Cash Clone is a typical example. The seller says it's newbie-friendly, but drop-shipping is NOT easy. Is there a comprehensive step-by-step instruction? There isn't.
You Will Not Make A Single Cent!
To be perfectly honest, telling you that you can make $5,000 daily, is a joke. Because I've already said it a few times - drop-shipping is not easy. It's a seriously competitive business. This product may help you get started, but it doesn't teach you the most important, most critical subject...
No one will visit your newly-built online store for a long, long time, if you don't learn the technique to drive traffic. Unless you run a campaign furiously and spend a serious amount of money on advertisements, you will not start making sales in such a short period. And of course, your money and effort will be a total waste if you randomly advertise your store without learning the technique.
You see, "make $5,000 every day" is an unrealistic income claim, and "I only joined last week and already made $30,000!" is false testimony. With China Cash Clone alone, you will NOT make a single cent.
While China Cash Clone suggests all that "only 10 minutes of easy work" in the video, you visit the disclaimer page and find it say "Results vary. Success is a result of hard work, time and variety of other factors".
You also find it say, "Every effort has been made to accurately represent this product and it's potential." Which is totally inaccurate. Testimonials are fake, and the user comments are fake. You just don't make that kind of money from drop-shipping so quickly. A disclaimer page exists to protect a seller from claims of liability, but China Cash Clone's disclaimer is quite invalid for that reason.
60-Day Money Back Guarantee
You can claim your money back within the first 60 days. That's one good news!
China Cash Clone Pros and Cons
China Cash Clone Review - Conclusion:
By now you see the China Cash Clone is not how it's described in the sales video, and no part in the actual product is "easy".
A drop-shipping is a good business to start with, only if you're willing to work extremely hard on it. I don't believe China Cash Clone will help you succeed with it, therefore I don't recommend it.
This Is "Passive Income"!
As I mentioned earlier, drop-shipping never pays you passive income. Affiliate marketing does. If you're looking to build your own website and create a monthly income stream from trusted affiliate networks; firstly you need to know the most legitimate and ethical ways to promote products. Then you also need to know how to build a trust relationship with users. Without it, you'll only be making a few dollars here and there. That's not a sustainable way to make money online. There are 3 main elements that will be essential to you;
Join me if you want to know how I make a substantial passive income every month and follow my steps. It's not going to happen overnight, but with your effort and patience, your will definitely make a good success online with niche affiliate marketing.