Commission Blockbuster is a piece of software developed by Jack Anderson that claims to generate up to $1000 per hour in just “5 clicks” by utilising “The Network”.
What does the product offer?
The product is provided in the form of a piece of software that claims to need 5 clicks and then automatically generates revenue. The software is supposedly ideal for beginners and has allegedly been “tested on 63 people from all walks of life”.
How does the product work?
There is little mentioned but Commission Blockbuster appears to utilise Amazon and affiliate marketing. The only thing that is explicitly stated is that the software taps into “The Network” and “funnels revenue into your accounts”.
What is the initial investment?
The product retails at $49 and offers a full 60 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
There are varying amounts thrown about in the promotional material with perhaps the most significant (and outlandish) being that Mr. Anderson has made $4.5 million in 10 months. There is also a claimed hourly income of up to $1000 per hour.
There is little mentioned as to how the product actually works outside of frequent mentions of the mysterious “The Network”. This “Network” is claimed to be valued at over $190 billion and is utilised by a secretive group of online business men. The story as to how the creator stumbled upon the network seems very improbable and combined with the claimed income makes the validity of the product seem rather questionable. In fact the whole tale (which I shan’t repeat here) is rather more akin to a Hollywood story than something that seems plausible.
This combined with the claimed income that the product can generate, not to mention the alleged value of “The Network”. When you consider that Apple Inc. generated revenue of around $156 billion for 2012 it highlights just how preposterous this amount is. Final thoughts? There seems to be a slight whiff of scam here. Nothing quite adds up and there is not enough explanation to make amends for this fact.