CoffeeShopMillionaire.com is the home of Anthony Trister’s new work at home opportunity, Coffee Shop Millionaire, which he claims is a simple program that anyone can use to earn thousands of dollars a month.
Trister says that with the Coffee Shop Millionaire program, he earns up to $3.8 million each year with only one to two hours of work a day, and that you can use this same system to start making money with only 14 minutes of downloading it.
To get started with his system, new members have to pay $37 to download his system, which he says is worth well over $5,000, as members doing the bare minimum of work can easily earn up to $10,000 a month with this opportunity.
Unfortunately, Coffee Shop Millionaire never explains to you what you work you will be doing before you are expected to pay to download the program. Trister does say that you “don’t need a website, a list, affiliates, or any technical experience.”
However, after saying this, he then says that you should, in fact, have a website, but that once you sign up with Coffee Shop Millionaire Education Inc, that he will actually make a website for you.
In fact, customer reviews of the Coffee Shop Millionaire program generally say that it is a standard internet marketing training program, that does require a website and does include affiliate marketing, despite the fact that the sales video says otherwise.
The Warning Signs
Almost every warning sign of online work at home scams are used in the Coffee Shop Millionaire sales video. Trister promises that in order to be successful, you don’t need to have experience, technical ability, or even time. All you need is “the desire to be successful” and his training program.
He goes on to make outrageous earnings claims, saying that anyone who uses his program can make hundreds of thousands of dollars a month, and that even the worst users of his program will at least make tens of thousands of dollars a month.
He then goes on to say his program is “fool proof” and runs on “auto pilot” and “will work as long as the internet is around.”
Finally, Trister finishes by repeatedly telling viewers that they must sign up for his program now, before it is too late, as he is planning on no longer offering his program for sale very soon. This creates a false sense of urgency in the buyer, and encourages them to buy his program without thinking it through.
These are all clear warning signs of someone who is simply trying to get your business, as opposed to someone who is actually dedicated to helping you run a successful business. At the very least, a good rule of thumb is to never give your credit card number to someone who won’t even tell you what you are getting in return.