Ben and Dave’s Program, located at BenAndDavesProgram.com, is a new work at home opportunity offered by Ben Moskel and Dave Clabeaux that they promise will help anyone make money from home.
Ben and Dave claim that they each earn over one million dollars from their web based business each year, and that they currently have students that are earning over $15,000 each month from this same business.
For a one time fee of only $27.00, you will receive Ben and Dave’s Program, which consists of video tutorials, a program quick start DVD, a 30 minute coaching session with Ben and Dave, and bonus materials, which will all help you get started successfully with an online link posting business.
Link posting is a form of affiliate marketing, which is one of the most popular and most widely known ways of making money online in today’s industry.
This method of making money requires you to partner with other companies to promote their goods and services by placing a link to them on your website. If someone visits your website, clicks that link, and purchases something from your partner company, you will earn a commission on that sale.
The Ben and Dave Program promises that they will make your website for you, and that will only “a few hours of your time” dedicated to their system each week, you will not only earn money online, but receive your first pay check within a week.
Does It Work?
Affiliate marketing is one of the most legit methods of making money online. However, there are a couple issues with the Ben and Dave Program.
First, while it seems like a good idea to have them provide you with the website, it isn’t. If they provide you with the website, they own your website, and will likely charge you more money for hosting and maintenance than you would pay through another independent company.
Second, saying that you can make thousands of dollars a month from just “a few hours of your time” each week is simply false advertising. People who earn large amounts of money through affiliate marketing work put in as much time at home as they would at a day job.
Ben and Dave already have a questionable reputation from their previous program, Six Figure Kit, which many customers called a scam because they felt they were mislead on the amount of work required to be successful.
If you are interested in affiliate marketing, it is always a good idea to do your own independent, free research online before you decide to invest any of your money into the opportunity.
Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints
The e-mail started yesterday, January 26, 2013, and the second was in my inbox this morning stating the old "you only have 72 hours" to act.
Please do not think these guys are your friends. If you put your charges on a credit card, call the company and get the forms to fill out so they can try to recoup your money and credit your account.
Now their site is down - my site is down and I can't reach the folks who now have my domain - that I paid for. Checked "whois" and found someone in Washington state - Called the number and got a recorded message telling me to email a very questionable address. I did that and am waiting for a response. My advice to anyone is DO NOT BITE ON ANY ON-LINE PROGRAM CLAIMING TO MAKE YOU MONEY AT HOME - IT IS PROBABLY A SCAM.