Copy My Email System Review – Instant Email Empire [7 Reasons Not To Join]

By Ray Alexander

Almost everything that Copy My Email System (Instant Email Empire) claims to do is implausible. It has too many email subscribers to manage, so it will let you have some of them. And you'll make your first $100 in the next 10 minutes... Today, this Copy My Email System review will explain 7 reasons why I think you should stay away from this service.

Copy My Email System Review – Instant Email Empire

Copy My Email System / Instant Email Empire Overview

The whole story that the seller (Bobby) tells is a bit of a stretch. It has over 1.5 million leads. They're so many that it takes 13 hours to send one email to all of them (which shouldn't be the case). So if you pay $27 every month, it will give you a list of 500 leads every week. Your job is to send emails to them, and Bobby "guarantees" that you will earn at least $100 commissions on your first day. But he also says you can earn $100 "in the next 10 minutes".

None of that makes sense. It's like he's saying he has too much money to manage, so he's giving you some of it. You invest the money in any way you want, and he guarantees the return.

The idea is very spammy and the service is scammy. Okay I'll tell you the reasons why you shouldn't join this program.

Copy My Email System Review

Product Name:

Copy My Email System - Instant Email Empire [CMES Live]

Website URL:

copymyemailsystem.com

Type:

Email Marketing

Owner:

Bobby

Price:

$27 per month

Rating:

#1 Too Cheap! [$27 for 2,100+ Leads]

The company Instant Email Empire will send you a list of 500 subscribers every week, i.e. over 2,100 per month, but all you pay is $27.

Normally, if you were to acquire leads from traffic vendors (e.g. solo ads), it would cost you $0.40 - $1.00 per click with various opt-in rates.

The most optimistic scenario with a normal traffic service out there would be; you pay $0.40 per click (every unique visit to your site) and 50% of visitors opt-in... In order to acquire 2,100 leads you'd have to buy 4,200 clicks;

$0.40 x 4,200 leads = $1,680.

Many solo ad sellers charge double of that ($0.80 per click) and the opt-in rate can be half of that (25%). Then you'd have to buy 8,400 clicks in order to acquire 2,100 leads, which would cost you $6,720 ($0.80 x 8,400).

Something that normally costs you between $1,680 - $6,720. The seller of Copy My Email System is selling it for only $27. There's no way you can acquire real, human, responsive leads for that amount. Ask any email marketing experts - they'll strongly advise you not to buy it. When someone sells a list of leads so cheap, there are only two reasons. The leads are;

  • Outdated - non-responsive, or
  • Bot-generated fake email addresses.

#2 You Don't Have To Build A List?

In fact, the whole idea of giving you a list of leads for such a small amount is wrong! There's no such thing as "you don't have to be involved with a list building job". That's what everyone, every marketer in this world strives to do, there's no way around it.

It's like saying you can open a shop today, start selling some stuff in your apartment. It doesn't matter even if you live in the middle of a desert. We'll bring thousands of customers to your place every month.

As you can imagine, building a list is not easy. If you forget the organic traffic now and talk about acquiring subscribers from traffic vendors, it's not just about cost and opt-in rates. The quality of leads that counts. You have to find sellers who have a list of potential buyers. A seller who charges higher rates doesn't necessarily provide responsive leads. Hugely hit and miss. But you don't have to worry all that? It's extremely hard to believe.

#3 Never 'Buy' A List Anyway

Email marketing service providers generally don't like the users buy and import a list. Because list importing is often associated with spamming. Therefore if you do import a list, you're often required to write a reason for it. Especially if you import 500 subscribers on a weekly basis, your account will very likely to be red-flagged by the admin. And "if" any of the subscribers are real humans and report your email as spam, your account can easily be shut down.

Whatever the list that Copy My Email System provides should not be exported - I suggest that you don't, and never buy a list, e.g. in a CSV file or text file from anyone.

#4 The System Is Banned!

Copy My Email System claims that you can earn "$100 in the next 10 minutes" and I can see where that number comes from.

The system suggests that you join ClickAggregators.com. ClickAggregators is a CPC network. Upon joining, you'll be given your referral link. You send that link to your email subscribers, and each time someone clicks the link, you'll receive $0.20 commission from ClickAggregators.

Copy My Email System (Instant Email Empire) will give you a list of 500 subscribers, assuming all 500 of them click, then in theory you'll earn $100 (500 x $0.20).

It doesn't work because Copy My Email System (formerly known as Instant Email Biz) has been banned by ClickAggregators.

ClickAggregators

If you're interested in email marketing and CPC (cost-per-click) campaigns, sign up with ClickAggregators and give it a try by all means. But don't use it via Copy My Email System - you don't want your name to be blacklisted!

#5 Spam Alert!

This is a serious spam alert, everyone. As soon as I signed up with Copy My Email System, I started to receive email spams, all from Instant Email Empire (CMES) every 1-2 hours, up to 4 emails per hour.

I actually counted how many I received - 40 emails within the first 24 hours. 40!

The emails are from various different names; from Bobby, Brian, Bryan, Brian - CMES Official, Michael, and David, but all were sent from either of two email addresses, instantemailempire@gmail.com or bobby@instantemailempire.website. Each one had a typical clickbait subject line such as;

  • "Your payments have been delayed"
  • "Boom! You just earned a commission!"
  • "Thank you - here's your free gift"
  • "IMPORTANT: Commissions Expiring"
  • "Did you see your commissions today? (Wow)"
  • "Your payment claim instructions"

Needless to say, I haven't earned a commission for something I haven't taken action for. There is no payment, and there was no "free gift" in the email.

Now this shows that the seller's intention is clear - randomly target at anyone by sending out as many emails as he can, hoping for someone to be fooled by the trick. And by now, you know the top reason why you should never trust this product - as the name suggests, to copy his email system is to bombard random people with 40 x emails every single day. (Although you can only send 1 a day for $27, his "system" is based on a spamming strategy.)

#6 Not Free, Of Course Not.

Not free

I really don't understand the mentality of it - how can anyone say it's "completely" free when it's clearly not? The product is sold for $27 per month right now.

Many marketers often use the word "bonus", leading the users to think there may be something available for free, but the "bonus" turns out to be an offer of a product at a discount price. The idea may be sneaky but that's understandable.

When someone says something's completely free - it's clear to a 5-year old child, isn't it? Why lie?

#7 False Income Guarantee

Throughout the user's dashboard (CMESLive.com), you'll find phrases such as "we guarantee that you'll earn at least $100". We should all know that there's no such thing as an income guarantee. Unless whoever says it takes full responsibility and promises to compensate the shortfall if you don't reach the certain target.

Unfortunately this seller is just saying it - guarantees your income without explaining a logical backup plan. On the other hand, you'll find the phrase "there is no guarantee that you will earn any money" in the Copy My Email System's terms and conditions page. It means you know. No integrity, no trustworthiness or whatsoever.

60-Day Money Back Guarantee

There's one thing that's a real guarantee. Copy My Email System is sold via ClickBank and ClickBetter, and either of these two networks can give your money back if you claim within the 60 day of purchase. One good news, finally.

How I "Finally" Make Over $6,000 Monthly Income

"The most valuable thing I've ever done!"

Copy My Email System Pros and Cons

Pros

  • 60-day money back guarantee.

Cons

  • The "system" is unusable (use ClickAggregators, but the users are banned.)
  • You'll be spammed with 40 emails per day.
  • False income "guarantee" claims.

Copy My Email System Review - Conclusion:

Copy My Email System / Instant Email Empire is a scam. We find too many false claims, the stories don't add up, the system is banned and unusable. The furious level of spamming activity is unacceptable. What may have been a good idea years ago is now obsolete, I cannot recommend this product.

Let us hear your opinion - what do you think about what you've read so far? Leave a comment below. Any question or request will be welcomed. We'll get back to you as soon as we can!

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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. I bought into the system. You start out with 500 subscribers. Every week you get 500 more. I now have 1500 and all’s I make is $2 a day I am kicking myself in the ass every day

    1. Hi Craig, thanks for sharing your experience with this system. It does sound like your ‘subscribers’ are bots, unfortunately. You should be able to claim your money back via ClickBank or ClickBetter (your receipt should have a link to request for a refund). I wish you all the best!

  2. Hay Ray, Man you have saved my money, I was about to send my money to the damn shit,
    then I said let me do some research a bit, then I landed on your review.
    Thanks Man, you have saved the DAY!

  3. Hi Ray, thank you for your insightful review. I find it very helpful. I will definitely stay away from this man because I need to protect my inbox. I cannot take 40 emails every day from scammers like that.
    I also I agree with what you say about the story not making sense. If this man had so many leads then it would be easier for him to segment the leads. Selling email addresses this way is what typical scammers do. I would not approve of the way the email business is managed.

  4. It looks like a traffic exchange. If not can I create one? If it lets you create a brand new website without restriction, may be I will try. But email marketing I have no knowledge of and I can learn from it. Spam is bad but everybody is doing it to make money.

    1. Hi, thanks for your comment. No, it’s not a traffic exchange site. Yes, if you want to be a spammer and don’t mind risking your reputation, then you might want to give this one a try. Let me know if you do. Thanks!

  5. I know this one too well. I paid more than 30 dollars on this one and I did not make any money. The thing is you can only get your money when you make 1000 dollars that is too much. It takes months an months if only. I still receive emails what does he expect me to do I quit long ago.

  6. Hi Ray, very useful review. One thing I’d like to add is the creator Bobby is a fictional person because I’ve seen this guy in the video somewhere else. He’s just a presenter. Also Bobby who. We don’t know his surname. You say you receive emails from all the people with first name only. I don’t trust any system with no real creator.

    This ones been around for many years. I agree with what you say. He has zero trustworthiness. Great review, thanks. Dex

    1. Hi Dex, thanks for the info. The spam emails are from various different American address, Michal, Brian, Bryan, all with no surname, but this spokesperson is British, so yes, as suspected. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it!

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