A 5 Figure Day Review; Making Money On Autopilot?

Who doesn’t want to earn five figures a day? I sure do, but how about a bit of due diligence first. The Cashed Up Nomad.com is all about finding honest and lucrative ways to earn your freedom, online. How does ‘5 figure day‘ stack up?dollar signs

PRODUCT REVIEW

Name; 5 figure day

Website; www.5figureday.com

Pricing; $27pm. for one website or $97pm for unlimited websites

Owner; Bryan Winters

Overall rank; 40/100

An Overview Of ‘5 Figure Day’;

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Bryan Winters has been offering this program since 2010 and to be honest it is difficult to find any customer complaints. Bryan’s been in the internet marketing game for years and has owned a number of other similar systems, namely ‘Push Button Leads’, ‘Commission Miner’, ‘5iphon’ and ‘Cash Blurbs’ and ‘Force 5 Income’.

In the sales video Bryan explains that 5 Figure Day is a fully automated, list- building system with viral components and auto hosting. You make money by leveraging your sites and others into an ‘army of sites’ and you just “do nothing – literally”.

How ‘5 Figure Day’ works.

In layman’s terms, you will be promoting ‘5figureday’ by giving away free websites to people who, in turn give away free websites to people who, in their turn also give out free websites… and so on… creating a lot of leads for 5figureday.

With enough exposure, customers will opt in to become a paying member and you will earn a commission. Commissions are earned on sales from your site and also from sales through all of your ‘recruit’s’ sites. To bring customers to your sites you will use many free and paid forms advertising.

Where Is The Value in ‘5 Figure Day’?5figureday review

  • Bryan has valued this system at $4,547 .
  • You get one or many free websites and auto hosting.
  • 5figureday is a complete stand alone system within itself.
  • It has a 30 day trial period for free.
  • You can turn a profit with only 3 referrals.
  • It is a very flexible, mobile system that you could work from anywhere in the world.
  • 5figureday uses Clickbank as the middleman for both commission payouts and scheduled merchant and membership fees.
  • You can cancel at any time and retain any lists or leads that you have built, therefore possibly receiving recurring commissions after leaving the program.
  • Testimonials on Youtube tell us that it takes 3 hours to  set up. After 3 days the guy made $50, on the 4th day he made $95 and $118 on the 5th day…$503 in the first week. Unfortunately the video creator and the figures are unverified.

What Are The Risks In ‘5 Figure Day’?

  • Because 5FD is a contained system, you can really only utilise it in the ‘Make Money Online’ niche and not in your other marketing niches.
  • 5figureday pricing is confusing. Be aware that depending on your entry point you will be asked to pay differing amounts, from $1 or free for the first month to $27. You may be offered a 50% discount off the multisite cost, bringing it down to $47 to join. Read the 5FD fine print and at Clickbank too.
  • Contradictions abound about how much work needs to be done and how much money it will really cost
  • Information about cancellations is confusing. A 30 day trial is mentioned and so is a 60 day refund. Remember the auto hosting too. Upon cancellation your hosting will be withdrawn. If you wanted to keep running the sites you would need to move hosts.
  • The upsells to this program are immediate.5figureday reviewYou will be offered to purchase Charlie Pages Directory to Ezines, which is a list of email lists for sale. Other email lists are for sale through 5figureday from Paul Nicholls.
  • To utilise the email list and the 5figureday system you need to create and also purchase solo ads and listing placements, Facebook and Twitter Ad Boosts and Pay Per Click campaigns.
  • More advice from Bryan is to “figure out asap what you can afford to spend per month on running paid ads, like solo … because you can run an ad and earn a string of commissions SAME DAY and you can have a ghostwriter write articles FOR you, for $3-5 a piece.”

‘5 Figure Day’ Tools and Training;


The members training area has some good advice on how to find and create ads. There are ample Banners (like this big promise banner above). You can choose from many email swipes, tweet prompts and mashable text samples.

You will be pointed to fiver.com where you can pay authors to create content for your emails. There are  resource links for ‘swap ad listings’.  When you go to swap ad links you will find that many of the links have died from old age!

Troubleshooting at ‘5 Figure Day’;

The support centre for ‘5figureday’ is a third party provider who manages many other website’s help desks. You can redirect problem enquiries to a separate email address if they don’t respond within 48 hours.

Cost of ‘5 Figure Day’… USD

Starting at $1 for the first month

$27 per month for 1 website

$97 per month for unlimited websites

Extra costs for email directories and a variety of ‘solo’ advertising and sponsored ads and classifieds listings.

Is ‘5 Figure Day’ for you?

The owner, Bryan Winters, states clearly that “Paid Ads are what separates 6 and 7 figure earners from the other online failures”.

You must decide if you are willing to buy the lists and pay for ads on top of your monthly 5figureday membership fees and the merchants deductions. If you have a budget to play with and, as with a lottery, you aren’t afraid to take a loss, this might be a fun experiment.

My opinion of ‘5 Figure Day’;

I can’t recommend 5 Figure Day because the claim that it is a business on autopilot is misleading. The reality is that you must do substantial amounts of marketing to get it this Zeplin off the ground.

No cap on spending at 5figureday makes me nervous. Indeed, Bryan states that if you don’t spend more and more money on advertising, you will not succeed!

I think this is a ‘get rich quick’ scheme for a few at the top.

The Cashed Up Nomad.com criteria to a high scoring review is simple. No Boss, No Stock, No Warehouse, No Big Cash Outlays and No Scams.thumbs down

My final opinion on 5figureday is a firm ‘thumbs down’.

Round up;

Name;5 Figure Day

Website; www.5figureday.com

Price; $27 or $97 per month

Rank; 40/100

My Top Recommendation Wealthy Affiliate

See my #Top Recommended way to start an online business.

Have you come across a possible scam that we should be aware of? Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Just drop me a line in the box below.

Go really well,

from Janelle.

Founder of The Cashed Up Nomad.com     Earn Your Freedom Online.

 

18 Comments

  1. Lok.w said:

    Great aticle, it is really informative web site you have created. I had been working I.T field many years, but I am just newbie on internet marketing, so finding a right place and correct training might be the first step before you gett started. Wealthy Affiliate is the one good place to learn something new to me and earn something extra. I realize that I need to know what is really help you success on your business just like your article tells from a 5 figure day review making money on autopilot. Thanks a lot.!

    July 14, 2015
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    • admin said:

      New members to Wealthy Affiliate soon see how real training and a step by step approach can lead to a well rounded understanding of internet marketing. You will also soon see the kind of scope this knowledge will give you regarding employment and self employment.

      Go well in your persuits.

      July 14, 2015
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  2. Lokw said:

    Great aticle, it is really informative web site you have created. I had been working I.T field many years, but I am just newbie on internet marketing, so finding a right place and correct training might be the first step before you gett started. Wealthy Affiliate is the one good place to learn something new to me and earn something extra. I realize that I need to know what is really help you success on your business just like your article tells from a 5 figure day review making money on autopilot. Thanks a lot.!

    July 14, 2015
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    • Janelle B.M. said:

      Hi. You need to learn to walk before you can run, whether it is internet marketing or a number one best seller.

      July 14, 2015
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  3. Bishop said:

    This is a very honest review on the 5figure day program. The reason I said that is because I almost join this program. What turn me off is the word autopilot. Any business that claims it could run on autopilot is a scam.

    The next thing that turn me off on any program is upsell. This is a scam artist tactics to get more of your money immediately. They come in with a small amount in the beginning and then hit you more before you are done. Glad I did not fall into their scam.

    I looked at your #1 recommendation, Wealthy Affiliate, how long would you say a person can see some profit if they get started today?

    Cheers
    Bishop

    July 14, 2015
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    • admin said:

      It is always good to know how much any purchase costs. We wouldn’t let the shopkeeper sell us something and then say now you pay extra and later you pay more. No, if a seller is for real, he can tell you what the costs are upfront. Most internet scammers rely on their invisibility.

      July 14, 2015
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  4. Bruce said:

    Hi Janelle,

    Enjoyed reading your site….since it directed at someone like myself who has been ‘guilty’ of responding to all the glitzy sites out there promising millions…for little or no work or investment!

    Yes, I am convinced WA is the way to go…making money online requires work…and..”if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!”

    July 14, 2015
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    • admin said:

      Chasing shiny objects is the pastime of the dreamer. If you want to become something, anything, you need to decide on an action and act on it. Go well from Janelle.

      July 14, 2015
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  5. Steve said:

    The reason this product is called 5 figure day is because the owner will make 5 figures, not you the customer. It’s nothing more than one big sales funnel for the creator. You pay a monthly fee for tools to sell the same program to others with the built in incentives to recruit others to also sell it and so on.

    Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with promoting something that helps people earn money online. It’s just that the product should teach more than just selling only that product and recruiting more sellers.

    September 7, 2015
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    • Janelle B.M. said:

      Hey Steve, I get the impression you’ve been bit by a painful scam. I hope you can still trust some of the good ones out there. Go well from Janelle

      September 7, 2015
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  6. Lynne said:

    Hi Janelle
    Thank you for sharing this. I am also skeptical about these make money opportunities that claim to run on autopilot. I just can’t believe that! Anything that sounds too good to be true is probably a scam. I wouldn’t waste my time with something like this, glad to see you gave it a thumbs down!

    September 21, 2015
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    • Janelle B.M. said:

      There is a lot of automation in internet marketing and they are constantly improving the systems. What I didn’t like about his one was the really spammy nature of the techniques. I hope we can be civilised and successful.

      September 22, 2015
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  7. Damebay said:

    I enjoyed reading your review of this site, and think you did a good job. However, my thoughts are, that I suspected a little of a pyramid scheme, plus the use of ppc for a newcomer is scary, and the part where it all run’s on auto pilot, sounds a little scammy to me.
    I however will stick to the greatest program on the internet today, Wealthy Affiliate, where I can learn at my own pace, and the training is excellent.
    Anyone wanting to learn Affiliate Marketing today, should use Wealthy Affiliate. Please give it a try!!

    November 11, 2015
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    • Janelle B.M. said:

      I hear you bro!

      November 11, 2015
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  8. jareviews said:

    Great article and once again i will like to commend your writing style and the manner with which you presented your case. but going through your review, i can’t believe you said that you can’t recommend 5 figure day because they said it is a autopilot system. That is a general work used among internet markets and no one is being misled. You know quite alright like everyone else that you still have to do some work but i believe the term was used to let people see the potential of the system. Yes one can truly make money on autopilot using 5 figure day in the sense that, you could promote and start making sales to the extent that you don’t even need to drive traffic to your website anymore as you already have paying members in your downline. Every business online has their down side and this wealthy affiliate is no exception. You could blog and blog with no real progress if you don’t know what you are doing or you are pressed for cash and need money fast. I would recommend 5 figure day anytime. You said in your post that it is hard to find complaints among users. 5 figure day has been in the online world for some time now..it’s still there and not going anywhere. Although i must commend your writing because it’s not like some other wealthy affiliate members who call every home business a scam. Don’t forget that wealthy affiliate can’t be said to be transparent and it sure cost money like every other home business to start. for wealthy affiliate, i think it’s 19 for your first month and 47 for subsequent months..thats expensive too plus they never tell you that you would need a keyword tool. forget about the free 30 searches..like every other program it is designed to promote wealthy affiliate and there is no difference so please do your review and market your business in a good way. don’t buy success at the expense of others..thanks for giving me space to write. by the way, i just did a detailed review of 5 figure day on my website. ja-reviews.com ..i respond to every comment..feel free to check it out..thanks

    May 15, 2016
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    • Janelle B.M. said:

      Ja Man! Thanks for your lengthy comment about my review but I disagree with you completely. You pay $97 per month for ‘5 figure day’ and you learn how to buy solo ads with uncapped/unlimited spending!And the owner says in the intro video that you ‘literally have to do nothing!” This is the kind of quote that gives internet marketing a bad name….In No business, not even in a crooked shyster scam, can you do nothing! Even crooks have to work for their spoils.I believe that advertising ‘make money on Autopilot’ is misleading.
      To say that WA is not transparent is WRONG. The costs are fixed and to trial it for yourself is free.
      I noticed you muscled an ad for your own review into my comment section too. But you forgot to tell your readers that you are an affiliate of 5 Figure Day and earn a commission on leads. Most of us recognise a hoplink when we see it.
      I have not “bought success at the expense of others” and I reject your comment as offensive. Bye for now. J.

      May 17, 2016
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  9. Warren said:

    Janelle, I really like this review, or should I say, warning. What I don’t see is a product they are selling, other than trying to recruit members to turn around and do the same thing. I guess the links you can post on your site gets it out of the Ponzi discussion, but I can’t help but conclude that the only one who makes out well is the owner. Good stuff. Thanks.

    August 25, 2017
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    • Janelle B.M. said:

      thanks Warren. This is an awful scheme. Avoid at all costs. J

      September 8, 2017
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