Copy My Cashflow Revew – Legit or Scam?


So what is Copy My Cashflow, and more importantly, can I make money with it?

Copy My Cashflow


Price: $37

Owner: Josh




Copy My Cashflow is a brand new program that promises to make you money, and all you have to do is give “Josh” $37 and then… do nothing.  In fact, as soon as you click on the website link above, Josh copies his website over for you and boom, you’re already making money.  By the end of the video, you will have made… I forget the exact amount, but you will see it if you read a little further.  Of course, you have to give him $37 to actually get the money.

So how is it that you’re going to make money?  Beats me.  The video doesn’t say.  In fact, this is the most mysterious product launch I have ever seen.  There is literally no information on the sales page.  Normally, I would buy the product, being a Clickbank product and all, which means it has a 60-day money back guarantee, but to be honest, there were so many red flags on the sales video that I figured why bother?

So instead of getting into the product details, of which we have ZERO, I thought I would walk you through my thought processes as a method to spot red flags that indicate you might be looking at a scam.


Red Flag #1: Your Business Is Created at the Start of the Video!

That’s right.  Josh is sitting in front of his computer 24 hours a day, and as soon as someone visits the website, he starts talking to him live and creates his money-making website right then and there.  Here’s a picture of mine:

this is your money making account

I could be wrong, but I’m going to take a wild guess and say yours will look exactly like this one.

Listen, you know Josh didn’t create “your money-making account,” which means you are not making any money.  But he says you are.  So he’s lying to you right off the bat.


Red Flag #2: Testimonials!

That’s right, we go right into some testimonials.  We see this guy.

He’s really excited about how much money he’s made in under 48 hours!  How much money?  He doesn’t say.

Next up is this guy.

testimonial number 2

He got a check for $5,000 today!

And then there’s this guy.
He looks really excited, doesn’t he?  This is the “quickest cash [he] ever made!”

And this isn’t just for single people.  We have to have a couple in there.

testimonial number 4

They’re only in their 5th month, and already they’ve made over $60,000!

I could go on, because there are lots more, but you get the picture.  Lots of testimonials.  That is a huge red flag.  So far there have been no details about what they actually did to make the money.

So am I saying that “Josh” paid these people to do these videos?  I suspect not because, you want to know something weird about all of these testimonials?  Not one of them mentions Copy My Cashflow.  That means that he probably selected a few stock videos from some site about people raving about making money and not saying how.

Red flag!

keep listening & remember your account is already making money as you watch this video


Red Flag #3: You Have to Buy Right Now!

Time is of the essence here!  He actually says that.

This is a common marketing technique.  It’s to create a sense of urgency, making the buyer believe he will miss out on this great opportunity if he doesn’t buy the product right now.  Sometimes they will say that the price will increase after tonight.  In this case, he says he’s closing the doors tonight, so if you don’t buy right now, you’ll miss out.

my doors will be closing tonight

Strangely enough, I first watched this video yesterday, and when I re-watched it today, it’s still open.  Maybe the doors got stuck.

He also said I’m one of the few to have been offered an invite.  Don’t I feel special?  For some reason, I’m having trouble remembering receiving an invite at all, but that might be my age showing.  The mind is the first to go… or is it the second?  I forget.

Now, to be honest, I have seen legitimate opportunities use this tactic, and I found it disappointing, because it’s dishonest, and a legitimate product doesn’t need to use this type of marketing.


Red Flag #4: Bank Statement or PayPal Screenshots

Here is his bank statement.

bank statement

…and another.

bank statement

…and PayPal, of course.

paypal statement

Now I don’t know about you, but that’s a lot of money for me.  The problem is that screenshots like this are easily photo-shopped.  In fact, I would bet that’s exactly what’s been done here.  Josh claims to have made over $10 million in two years of Internet sales.  I’m not saying that’s impossible, but it is highly unlikely.  Most people who have made a lot of money doing Internet marketing leverage that success to brand themselves as an Internet marketing guru.  They don’t offer a product with literally no description of how it works and only attach a first name to it.

Next, there are screenshots of people who purchased his system, like this guy, who supposedly made this in 3 days.

chris mitchell screenshot

There are several of these, but they’re all pretty similar.  Just the amounts are different.


Red Flag #5: You Can Make $1,000 a Day!

This claim is offered in the video.

Now, are there people making this much money online?  Absolutely!

Did they make their money copying someone else’s website and doing nothing?  Hell no!

This promise is prefaced by saying that you won’t make a million dollars overnight.  That’s another slick marketing tactic.  Throw out a huge number, like $1 million overnight, that is incredibly unrealistic, and then throw out a number that is smaller but still extremely unlikely, like $1,000 a day, so that it seems more realistic.

Now, I don’t want to discourage you from trying to make money online.  You can be successful online, possibly even making $1,000 a day… eventually.  But you will not start making that much immediately, or even in one year.  And it will take a lot of consistent hard work to achieve, and you may never achieve that at all.  The truth is most people don’t achieve success because they don’t want to do the hard work upfront, with little to no return, to lay the groundwork necessary for success.

Keep reading and I will point you in the right direction if you’re still interested in making money online.

By the way, while I watched the video, my account made $135!

my account made $135

Josh calls this “live proof” of just how powerful his cashflow websites are.

Proof? To quote Inigo Montoya from The Princess Bride, “I do not think that word means what you think that it means.”

Question: If simply clicking a mouse to copy a website makes $135 in a few minutes, why not spend all day doing that and keeping all the money?

He even says that if I am not satisfied, just send him an email and he’ll refund me the cost of the product, and I get to keep the $135 already in my account.  So, if I buy his product, I can cancel immediately and make a guaranteed $98?  I don’t think someone smart enough to make $10 million in 2 years would offer a deal like that.  You can get your $37 back through Clickbank, but don’t count on that $135.

Promising unrealistic results plays to a base weakness within most of us.  It’s called greed.  Don’t fall for it.


Final Verdict

Rating Recap

Copy My Cashflow

Rating: thumbs down

Price: $37

Owner: Josh



This is not a product I can recommend.  There is literally no information on how you will be making money.  It’s just a bunch of testimonials and unrealistic promises.  If I were writing a textbook on how to spot a scam, I would use this as a case study.  Do not fall for this.  There are legitimate opportunities out there.  This is not one of them.


If Not Copy My Cashflow, Then What?

I told you that there were legitimate opportunities out there.  One of these opportunities is affiliate marketing, which in its simplest form, is promoting other people’s products in exchange for a commission if your promotion results in a sale.  Now, unlike Copy My Cashflow, if you want to make money in affiliate marketing, you will have to put in a lot of work upfront if you want to start earning money later on.

If you are interested in getting into affiliate marketing and want to avoid all the mistakes that can sabotage your success, you need to check out Wealthy Affiliate.  It is my #1 Recommended Product.  You can get started for FREE (no credit card required), and you will learn everything you need to know to start a profitable affiliate marketing business.  They will even provide hosting for two (2) FREE websites that you can create in literally one minute or less.  No technical knowledge is required.


No unrealistic promises. No mystery. No upfront fee required.  Try it out for FREE and go through the introductory training.  If you like what you see, you can upgrade to a Premium Membership, but you’re under no obligation to do so.  It is a totally risk-free opportunity.


If you have tried Copy My Cashflow, I would love to hear what it is all about. Just drop me a Comment below so we can figure what the heck this product is all about.

Have a great day!





4 thoughts on “Copy My Cashflow Revew – Legit or Scam?

  1. Andy,

    Thanks for this “no holds barred” review. I think reviewing scams in the way you have here with reasoned argument is a great service to us all.

    Out of interest, did you pay $37 to join and have you managed to get any money out of “your account”?

    I’m interested in the link you proved to affiliate marketing, but you don’t provide any evidence that this has no “red flags”, can you say any more about it to assure me that this one is not a scam?

    1. Thanks for the comment, Al.

      I thought of trying out Copy My Cashflow and taking advantage of Clickbank’s 60-day money back guarantee, but there were so many red flags that I figured it would be a waste of time to pay the money and then have to request it back.

      The link I provided to affiliate marketing is a blog post I previously wrote that describes affiliate marketing, what it is, and how to make money from it.  Within that article, I do recommend an online community called Wealthy Affiliate.  It is one of the few make money online products out there that is totally 100% legit.  One of the main things I like about it is that you can try it out for FREE.  There is literally no risk because you don’t enter your credit card anywhere.  You only enter your name and email address and you’re in.  They do have a premium membership for $49 a month, but you are not obligated to upgrade to premium.  You can stay a free member forever if you like.  They don’t make any outlandish promises of millions in your account.  In fact, it will probably be some time before you start making any money at all.  But would you rather honesty or someone claiming $135 in your account in 5 minutes before you even signed up?  If you haven’t checked it out, you owe it to yourself to look into it.

  2. Hi Andy,

    Reading this article, at first, I thought was this the scam? I was confused and as I kept on reading and realizing you were setting the examples. This is very impressive and yet humorous, the mixed feeling of fun and sad but the lessons have learned. Thank you for setting out these examples in this vivid expression, I would never forget how to spot a scam anymore. Hopefully, no one would ever fall onto those scams!
    You have recommended the Wealthy Affiliate Market Product here, I would like to a little bit more about it. How does it work? What do we do in this Affiliate Marketing?
    Thank you!

    1. I’m glad you enjoyed my review, Elisa.  If I’ve done anything, hopefully I’ve shown you how to spot a scam.

      Wealthy Affiliate is a great product, Elisa.  You can read my detailed review of it here.  I would encourage you to ready my review, but don’t take my word for it.  You can try it out for free, and if you decide it’s not for you, it costs you nothing.  It’s a risk free proposition.

      Oh, and if you’d like to know a bit about affiliate marketing in general, check out this article.

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