Couch Potato Millionaire is a product by Harry Considine that teaches users how to use high street stores to make money online.
What does the product offer?
Couch Potato Millionaire provides insight into a business model that creator Harry Considine claims has been able to generate a decent profit for him with little to no work. The method is derived from one employed by a person he refers to as “The Geeky Kid”. According to Harry Considine, Couch Potato Millionaire requires very little work and can be carried out with very little time and effort. There is also a bonus report from “The Geeky Kid” that shows how he allegedly paid off his student loan debts in 6 months.
How does the product work?
Couch Potato Millionaire is a very simple system that involves listing items on eBay that you haven’t actually purchased yet. These are items that you can buy on the high street with you ultimately selling them for a profit. Couch Potato Millionaire covers the subject in much more detail though providing examples of what to look for and such.
What is the initial investment?
Harry Considine has made Couch Potato Millionaire available for a one off payment of £67 (plus VAT if you are an EU resident). Couch Potato Millionaire also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with the product.
What is the rate of return?
According to Harry Considine you can expect to ultimately earn as much as £1000 per day using the methods outlined in Couch Potato Millionaire. This does seem like quite a stretch though.
Couch Potato Millionaire is one of those products that certainly have potential to make money but is ultimately let down by exaggerated claims. £1000 per day is simply too much of a stretch with this kind of system. The issue with the claim lies in the fact that anything for sale on the high street is generally available everywhere else which leaves a somewhat reduced number of purchasers for your online product.
As I say, there is definitely an opportunity to make money with Couch Potato Millionaire, just not what is claimed on the tin.