Fast Home Sites is an internet business program that claims to have already made a website for you, which allows you to make $1,000 in the next 24 hours, and all you have to do is sign up.
Clearly that kind of thing never exists, but I purchased it anyway to see what's inside. My Fast Home Sites review will explain what the actual product is about and the hidden extra costs. I hope this review will help you decide whether this is for you and it's worth paying money for.
Fast Home Sites Review
Fast Home Sites
$37 + Upsells
Fast Home Sites is a rehashed version of Your Dream Websites (yourdreamwebsites.com) and Instant Profit Sites (instantprofitsites.com). You'll find a very similar invitation video if you visit either of these sites respectively.
What you will receive is a brief video marketing guide to affiliate marketing with sales funnel templates for ClickFunnels. You cannot use these templates unless you sign up with ClickFunnels, which will cost you $97 every month.
The video instructions are comprehensive and can give you an idea of basic affiliate marketing. But they'll only get you to learn how to set things up and what kind of tools will be necessary.
Can You Really Make $1,000?
The seller tells you in the sales video that;
- He has a website to sell you for $37.
- The website has already generated $135 and this money is sitting "in your account".
- (A few minutes later, he says ) You have $175 "in your account" (not $135).
- You will turn this $175 into $1,000 in the next 24 hours.
He does not explain how the website has earned such free money or why you can grow it big so quickly. Clearly none of the statements above is true.
Fast Home Sites encourages you to sign up with expensive funnel tool as well as email marketing service, link tracker and A/B testing tools, but there's no mention of the critical element - how to drive traffic.
It means unfortunately, this program on its own will NOT get you to earn a cent. Seriously, if you sign up with all the recommended tools, it will cost you a lot and zero revenue will be expected and the tools will be no use unless you take a training course elsewhere and learn how to drive traffic.
As soon as you're in the members' area, you'll be prompted to call a number and speak to your "Millionaire Mentor". Now I haven't called the number, and I'm not going to because that's not what it said on the tin. What I was told was that I'd get a website that's already generated some money - even though I know that's not true.
Another reason is once again, the invitation to call this number does not explain what kind of benefits you'll receive from the call.
All it says is, it's important to have your own mentor. It's true, it's important, only if you know who they are, what kind of business they are in, and what they're trying to persuade you to do. It can be a pyramid scheme, selling cryptocurrencies, selling products in some unethical manner... you don't know what it is.
Module 1: Set Up
The first module is the seller's affiliate section. He encourages you to sign up with a few tools;
- Step 1: Profit Accelerator - Sales funnel and web hosting ClickFunnels ($97 per month)
- Step 2: Lead Capture - Email marketing account with Global Virtual Opportunities ($7 per month)
- Step 3: Income Accounts - Affiliate networks, ClickBank and Clickbetter (both Free)
- Step 4: Make 10X Money - Link tracking service, Clickmagick ($27 per month)
I think Step 4 is misleading because Clickmagick is just a link tracker/rotator. The tool is particularly useful when you buy and sell traffic, but you won't make "10 times" money just by using this tool. Also the video instruction is a Click.org step by step, which is a different link tracking service. Perhaps the seller has decided to promote Clickmagick but hasn't managed to find a relevant instruction video for it.
Module 2: Copy
Here, various ready-made sales funnel templates are provided. You can choose as many of them from the list, but none of them will be usable unless you sign up with ClickFunnels.
- Step 1: Steal My Pages - list of templates
- Step 2: Customize Pages - ClickFunnels walkthrough video
- Step 3: Lead Collection - how to connect Global Virtual Opportunities (email account) with ClickFunnels
- Step 4: See It All in Action - "Put It Together"
Recommended tools by the seller, some of which have already appeared in Module 1, such as ClickFunnels, ClickMagick and Click.org. In addition to that, Bitly for link shortening, VWO for A/B testing and Click.org for link cloaking are recommended.
Link shortening is good. But I don't particularly agree with other recommendations because;
- A/B testing will only be useful "if you know what you're doing". The testing tool will be totally useless until your site receives at least hundreds of visitors.
- Link cloaking is a black-hat technique, heavily associated with spamming. The seller suggests that it's useful to promote (affiliate links) on social media, but cloaked links are blocked by Facebook when detected.
There are two "bonus materials" but neither of them is useful, unfortunately. One is "Mail Creative File" - download link to email swipe templates, but the link's broken.
The other one is a brief text publication titled "Avoid Scams" - this is puzzling because the writer advise you not to trust anything that the way Fast Home Sites is advertised.
He (assuming it's a 'he', as he introduces himself as Jake in the sale video) talks about how he's been scammed in the past, and tells you not to believe in scam sites by saying;
- "Push-button money getting systems don't exist."
- "Money making websites are complete garbage."
He says he once bought one of those "money-making website" product. Once he bought it, he was encouraged to buy "fake upsells" one after another. The product never said what he was supposed to do next to earn the money it had promised. And he exclaims, "SCAM!"
But this is exactly how Fast home Sites is advertised. I means effectively...
The Seller Admits This Is A Scam
In the Bonus Materials section, the seller reveals that he is a scammer.
"I've been scammed this way, so I decided to scam others using the same way and here we are. Look what I've done and look what you've done. Good luck, whatever you're going to do with this!"
By now, you know almost everything that's being said in the sales video is untrue.
- Money-making website ("Your account is already making you money as you watch this video.") it has not, and is not going to make money for you.
- The seller says as if he sends payments to its members himself ("I just sent a payment of $500 to Jay yesterday") - clearly that's not the case.
- He says that all you have to do is to sign up - you're not getting anything just by signing up. Obviously.
- You are told that you don't have to have a computer and require zero computer skills - you DO have to have a computer to operate the tools such as ClickFunnels, Global Virtual Opportunities, and ClickMagick.
- "When you set up your websites, it oddly helps me make more money. So this is a real win-win for both of us." It is true, he'll make affiliate commissions if you sign up with these tools, but he's the only one who 'wins'!
- False scarcity - he says the site will be "closing tonight" and "only one spot left". Not the case.
No Traffic = No Income!
Even if you decided to make the most of this product, joined ClickFunnels and got your website built successfully, you wouldn't make money without traffic (i.e. visitors to your website). As I mentioned earlier, Fast Home Site doesn't offer a resource or provide any advice in that area, so you'd have to find traffic sources such as solo ads and paid advertisements.
Maybe if you call the number and speak to "your mentor", you might get an idea. But like I mentioned, I wouldn't make a call to a stranger for something where no purpose is explained. They may not be a mentor, they may be there to try encouraging you to buy something very expensive.
60-Day Money Back Guarantee
The seller promises that if you're not happy or you don't make "25x your partnership fee", you can contact him within 60 days of purchase.
Again, this doesn't really make sense because 25 x $37 = merely $925, whereas earlier on in the video, he promises that you're making $1,000 in the next 24 hours. (Though we know all he claims is fake by now!)
There will be an email address that you can contact, so if you've purchased Fast Home Sites already, I suggest that you contact the seller in the first instance. If you don't receive a response, I then suggest that you contact your credit/debit company and dispute the purchase.
Fast Home Sites Pros and Cons
Fast Home Sites Review - Conclusion:
Unfortunately, Fast Home Sites will get you to spend more money but will not get you to make a penny. This is just an affiliate site for ClickFunnels and, in my opinion it's not worth spending $37 for, for two reasons;
- Hundreds of other ClickFunnels affiliates provide similar templates for free.
- Fast home Sites provides step-by-step to setting up these tools, but it doesn't explain why you need them or tips to make money.
If you're looking for a done-for-you affiliate marketing site, I would recommend 12 Minute Affiliate because it will cost less, and the creator/tutor Devon Brown is an extremely friendly and helpful guy.
This is a scam created by some affiliate marketer. Basically hes trying to make affiliate commission on Clickfunnels and other web tools but it’s a wasteful shot. People who believe get rich quick schemes are not interested in any of the tools. This is another bogus scheme.
Hi Claude, thanks for your comment. You’re right, the tools are only useful for those who’re looking to build an online business. So the product’s targeting the wrong audience, unfortunately.
Why does he admit he is scam if he’s selling it? Scammers hide stuff they don’t want people to. knwo.
Hi Freddie, that’s right, he’s either contradicting himself or someone else is involved, i.e. creator and seller are different people. Who knows!?
Hi Ray, great review. Sounds like Fast Home Sites is a real scam, not only making unrealistic income but the quality of the actual product is not up to scratch. You say that this is a rehashed version of previously released products, so I guess it’s been around for a long time and many people have been victimized already.
It makes me realize again that you can never get anything decent for something so low cost and you will just waste money on something inferior like this one. At least it’s good for me to know I’ll never trust any advertisements similar to this one. Thank you for the useful review.
Hi Tomasz, thanks for your comment. Yes the actual product was pretty disappointing. It’s focused on one business model – affiliate marketing, which is good, but it’d not designed to help you make money. Like you say, you get what you pay for, but I still think this product is over-priced.
I have seen this kind of video hundreds of times and I know they can never be trusted because they use a voice actor, fake testimonials, scarcity, everything always the same. What you say in your review is spot on. You will never make any money with this kind of product, this is a scam. It’s good for you to investigate what is inside and spot the seller contradicts himself. Good job done.
Hi Ali, thanks for your comment. You’re absolutely right, this is a typical scammer sales video. Because of the price (not as cheap as less than $10) I was interested to see the actual quality of it. The result was probably as expected, but like you say, this is pretty bad!