The ShoeMoney System, by Jeremy Shoemaker, has been around for about a year now with mixed reviews. The ShoeMoney System is a video training system for all things internet marketing. Shoemaker takes you from the very beginning of your journey marking money online, all the way through to the “little tips and tricks” that he has learned over the years that have really made him money.
On the homepage for the ShoeMoney System, found at ShoeMoneyHomeJobs.com or ShoeMoneySystem.com among others, you’ll see that when you sign up for the program, you become eligible for $2,500 in advertising coupons with social media networks like Facebook and search engines likes Google. Unfortunately, customers report that after they signed up they discovered these coupons were only available for the first 500 customers, which has long since passed, so you aren’t likely to receive them.
Overall, the positive reviews regarding the ShoeMoney System tend to be from people who are complete and total beginners in internet marketing. The video training sessions are clear and understandable, and start at the absolute beginning, explaining each and every aspect of what internet marketing is, how to begin working in this industry, and how to advance as you go along.
So Why the Mixed Reviews for ShoeMoney System?
While this all sounds wonderful, there is a problem which many of the negative reviews mention. The ShoeMoney System does not give you access to all videos at once. Instead of getting access to one video after you’ve completed the previous videos, the videos are released over time, and on a schedule that ShoeMoney makes, not you.
This is incredibly frustrating for people who have a basic understanding of what internet marketing is, but aren’t sure how to go about working successfully in the field. Members have complained that the training “goes at a snail’s pace” and there is no way to speed it up.
This would be a minor problem except for the issue of monthly payments. What monthly payments you ask? Well, I can see why you would ask that question, as the ShoeMoney System payment page only mentions a one time payment of $97.
However, if you look at the Terms & Conditions page (and you always should) you’ll see that when you sign up you agree to monthly payments, which members report are $197 a month. With that kind of significant monthly payment, the ShoeMoney System slowly releasing training videos does become a problem. What if you don’t get to the information that you need until month 5? Then you’ve already spent almost $700 getting information you didn’t need.
And, in case you were wondering, the Terms & Conditions also lay out that there are “no refunds” and “absolutely no exceptions” to this policy. You can cancel at any time, but you must make sure to click on the specific cancellation link available once you sign in to your account. Telephone calls and emails will not be considered valid means of cancellation and you will continue to be billed.
So, if you have zero understanding or knowledge of internet marketing and roughly $2,400 a year to invest in a training program, the information available in the ShoeMoney System might be worth it to you. But if you don’t have that kind of money to invest, or you already have working knowledge of internet marketing and aren’t interested in waiting to get new and relevant information, then you might want to look elsewhere for training programs.