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Date Added: 6/18/2009     Reviewer: KimberlyAW
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Carbon Copy Pro Description

Carbon Copy Pro was founded by Jay Kubassek who has now teamed up with Magnetic Sponsoring author Mike Dillard. Carbon Copy Pro sells financial information products that focus on the how-to market including but not limited to information on protecting your assets and consolidating your debts. If you want to know more about the Carbon Copy Pro system before you decide to shell out a bigger investment, then you have to pay $49 to get a copy of the DVD and Workbook. This DVD is a prerequisite for anyone who wants to become part of the system. Carbon Copy Pro distributors also get call services to help them with customer service and in closing, sales for $100 per month.

Carbon Copy Pro Detailed Overview

This is a pretty expensive investment, but the company claims that the package can solve network marketing problems particularly how to establish credibility, how to keep your finances before making a sale, how to close a sale and how to market your product or service.The system behind Carbon Copy Pro looks much like a multi-level marketing scheme with the distributors receiving an up-front income for selling either one of the M-1, M-2 or M-3 packages. The compensation plan includes commission checks and residual overrides given to distributors who are able to recruit and train new members.

Carbon Copy Pro sells a simple automated system that can be used by entrepreneurs to use simple tools including their telephones, papers and the Internet to cultivate earning opportunities. What they provide is a marketing education which they claim is not taught in traditional classrooms.

The system actually started in 2004 with the BiB or Business In a Box system which provided entrepreneurs with a complete system to start up their own online business. Instead of learning business the hard way, Carbon Copy Pro clears a path so the entrepreneur can avoid the common business pitfalls. Today, this business has grown into an Internet-based education system with customers coming from around the globe.

Carbon Copy Pro guarantees effective marketing sans the time-consuming phone calls, selling, cold calling and other things being done by traditional marketers. When you sign up for the $49 fee, it is much like stepping into a quicksand because in your eagerness to recoup your initial investment, you will then be convinced to purchase the $1,400 financial course. However, if you are not convinced about the system, then you always have an option to stop at $49.

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Carbon Copy Pro Reputation

It seems that Carbon Copy Pro has an overall good reputation online. People are not referring to this program as a scam. Without the product line, Carbon Copy Pro may as well be easily tagged as a pyramid scheme. Despite suspicions by some sector that the financial information products are a mere excuse to distribute money around and to avoid being labeled by the FTC as a pyramid scheme, Carbon Copy Pro has made a lot of distributors happy with their earnings.

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Not For Everyone

I joined CCP in November 2010 with a limited budget and no marketing experience whatsoever. At first I was very frustrated and confused until I realized the reason I wasn't getting anywhere with CCP was because I wasn't applying myself. I had an entitlement mentality and expected everything to fall into my hands just because I invested a little money. Truth is it doesn't matter how much money one invests into this opportunity if they're not willing to take the time and learn how to market efficiently. CCP has done everything for us and if we are patient and follow the curriculum one step at a time there's really no reason we won't be successful using their system if we are truly determined. 90 percent of new marketers will throw in the towel after only giving it a couple months so all we have to do is be part of the 10 percent who have decided to become successful entrepreneurs. CCP, along with the community support it offers, is a great way to help us achieve our goals. Their motto is "Rising tides raises all boats".

I haven't made my fortune yet but am continually learning and well on my way to financial freedom and independence.

Dave Rea
 
 


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avatar   by Davo on August 13, 2011 at 3:31 PM CST

 
 
 
Why I left

I was with this company for over 18 months and in fact made some money in that time - the education is okay for beginners but the reality is that over 99% of people will make nothing - many will lose money and some will lose thousands or even tens of thousands if they fall into the trap of investing.
 
 


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avatar   by ccprev on June 16, 2011 at 4:18 PM CST

 
 
 
After 3 months the financing is outrageous!

Once I learned a little of the ins and outs it wasn't too bad. But everything eventually started costing more money if you wanted to get farther up the progression ladder. I did 3.5 months and depleted my savings and credit card. It definitely got expensive and in order to keep getting leads you have to pay the outsource to keep going. The more you want to stay afloat the more you pay. Whether it's keywords or programs to get, the lessons to learn costs more for earning more money. And after the 3.5 months, only made $25! When you compare that to the $6500 spent... I just could not keep doing this.

I am unemployed with a little unemployment check every other week and my husband took a 50% cut in his normal pay to work for somebody to help his end of the budget.

The customer service was the "average" helping unit but at times did not get calls back. I would have to contact them again before anyone would get back to me. Other than that, if you have lots of money to spend and have the patience to go a long time without money than go for it. They are very reputable in most cases and if you can do it, have at it.

There is a continuous array of webinars, contests, emails, updating with programs, mentoring and a very busy company with lots of avenues of income. Good luck to all of you.
 
 


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avatar   by Nandeno on November 19, 2010 at 8:22 PM CST

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Carbon Copy Pro !

Persoally I think Ccpro/Wmi is a great opportunity. I joined 6 months ago BUT I had a really crappy sponsor who didn't answer my e-mails and I thought the customer service was not that good! And lets not talk about the price, this is not for someone who is going to start their online business on a low budget, but on the other hand their training courses are AWESOME, they explain everything so well and go into every single detail.

So do I think it's worth the money?

YES I do - if you have a good sponsor;)

Because let's face it, when you are a beginner you don't know a lot about internet marketing (if you know something .. Lol) and I think it's really important to have someone to cheer you on.

But as I said, their training rocks!

Have a great day
 
 


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avatar   by bylgjasig on October 24, 2010 at 1:40 PM CST

 
 
 
There is good and bad (definitely NOT for low budget beginners)

I started with CCPro/WMI in March 2008 and left 2 years later after sales tapered off and Google began slapping people. First, the pros:

-great support team

-marketing training is great for beginners

-the WMI product is very current given today's financial malaise

-the leadership team is credible

-community members are very focused on helping each other, greater synergy I haven't seen anywhere in the industry

Now for the cons:

-you will be competing against the established "leaders" (micheal force, andrew cass, aaron rashkin, etc) with deep pockets, who will compete you into bankruptcy

-you will start off with high monthly expenses to overcome

-you will need to develop your very own program to develop prospects after they buy or you will not earn one cent in residual

-you are entering a VERY competitive GLOBAL niche, keyword wars are expensive and ranking organic is next to impossible

-Google HATES landing pages for this niche (for obvious reasons with all the duplicate content)
 
 


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avatar   by tiemen on August 31, 2010 at 4:21 PM CST

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CCPRO is more of an educational community

Hi. I have been with CCPRO for over two months now. I have not made any money yet and have just been paying the monthly membership fees and other applicable fees until now. The Monthly membership fees are $150 and there is a registration fee of $25 in the beginning. There is also a product that is known as BiB (Business in a Box), for which you'd have to pay around $400. CCPRO is much like an educational institution and teaches how to leverage the power of the Internet to sell anything, to anyone, anywhere in the world. That's what the members are doing, and I have not done that yet. When you join the company, you have to spend at least 3 to 4 months learning the concept of marketing and the how the system itself works. They teach you how to use the social community web sites, Email marketing, Google PPC, and just about anything that is related to marketing. There is a strong community in there supporting each other through weekly calls, webinars, etc. that really makes the company kind of unique. I have been with the company for about 2 months now, and have learned way more about the Internet and Marketing concepts in just two months than during all the maybe 5 years of my experience on the Internet. Another great thing about CCPRO is that there is a system that if you keep progressing according to it, you can copy what the top earners have already done and have the same results for yourself as well. I joined the company with the aim of starting to make good money on the Internet, and now I am pretty much satisfied with what I have done so far, since the system keeps me organized and with my goals.
 
 


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avatar   by sirjohnindia on August 20, 2010 at 9:09 PM CST

John Azh is a consultant with CarbonCopyPRO from May 2010. To know about him click here.

 
 
 
Please don't waste your money! and I mean lots of IT

Here is how it works:

You get for $49.95 a DVD of 2 guys talking about how much money they are making. Plus, you get a booklet about other people talking about how much money they are making. (What a rip off) pay $49 for a bunch of testimonials?

Then they offer their business in a box for $395... Once you join the BIB, then it costs you like 2 grand for the next level.

My suggestion if you don't want to go bankrupt online, don't buy this program.

I am very unsatisfied with it.

Oh by the way the only things you can sell with it is the $49 dvd program yourself, then the bib yourself, then you can sell wealthmasters international for like 2 grand and 10 grand..

Hope it helps. This is my experience.
 
 


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avatar   by RussNosa on May 21, 2010 at 10:50 AM CST

 
 
 
I was not at all impressed

I joined CCP a couple of years ago. Although I appreciate the logic of the $49 "funded proposal" just to learn about their program, I found that without a large advertising budget you'd possibly have to be a member for several months just to break even.

I purchased the lowest package at the time (about $900?) and was immediately hit with the expensive upsells. Not only that, my sponsor seemed to be AWOL most of the time. I received more emails from him after canceling my membership than when I was active.

The leads I purchased through their back-office were unresponsive, but that could have had to do with the fact that I was a novice at IM at the time.

More full disclosure would be great, as in Chris Farrell's membership. Unfortunately for me, by the time I found Chris I was so burned out and skeptical that I lost valuable time before signing up.

The MLM-ish aspect of CCP is not for me. Nor is the hard sell required to get people to justify a high ticket purchase in this economy.
 
 


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avatar   by bsvoboda on March 9, 2010 at 10:27 AM CST

 
 
 
My CCPro experience

I have been with CCPro for about 5 months now. I must agree that the training material and support is brilliant. I have really learned a lot from my time here. I have also been lucky to have a great sponsor and a good group of people to work with in my country. This group has put some great time, money and effort into translating a lot of the material and also made a good team homepage.

When that is said, I want to mention a thing I have noticed.

When it comes to generating leads and advertising, it really helps having a little budget to use. You can and will make it with little or no budget too, it will just take some more time. But the more you have to spend on the advertising the more you will get in return from it.

As I was on a low budget when I started it took a while before I started seeing results. I am getting leads and have made a few sales, but have not seen the big money yet.

As I am patient and focused, I still believe in it.
 
 


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avatar   by gwaaden on March 3, 2010 at 5:01 PM CST

To your success.

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Some things aren't as good as they seem

I finally signed up after debating about it for a very long time. Everything I read about it just seemed so good, and I truly thought this would be the answer to putting me on the fast track to making a lot of easy money online. I'm sorry to have to report that this program was disappointing and didn't live up to the standard I thought it would. I truly hate being upsold when I've already paid a decent amount of money for a product. It's all about getting you to pay even more to get even more, and in a sense they're underselling their original product by doing this. I wish for once I could purchase a product that was clear and complete, and this one was not the answer to my wish.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by maxgreen on December 22, 2009 at 10:56 PM CST

 
 
 
Just Boring

I ordered CCpro a few years back and I never even got through the entire intro package. Seriously though the DVD just completely bored me and I couldn't even get through 10 minutes of it. I believe that I still have it somewhere in my basement, and I completely forgot about it until now that I see it here.

I bought the starting package of CCpro for $49 because I wanted to learn how to market my products on the Internet, I was just starting out in IM so I had absolutely no idea what I was supposed to do. I came across CCpro on Google and for some reason I fell for the sales page, so I bought the package for $49. I got it in the mail like two weeks later and I opened it, tried to watch the DVD but it just completely bored me. I cannot find another word to describe how I feel about this product but that it is just absolutely boring. The reason why I never even finished watching it is because I don't believe a boring product can help me with my marketing strategies.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Manbrown on December 15, 2009 at 8:20 PM CST

 
 
 
Wait for the free application!

I opted into a mailing list when I first requested information. I was bombarded (of course) with a bunch of auto-responder letters from the person who was trying to recruit me. I found some of the information helpful and honestly didn't read all of it. After a while I was sent a link to "apply" for $29.95. This would allow me to see all the details of the program and marketing system to decide if it was a good fit for me (also if I was a good candidate). I thought about it, but decided to pass and within a couple of days I received a new email with a new link to "apply" for free within 48 hours. I decided to apply. Shortly after applying I was hit with phone calls and emails from 3 different people, welcoming me and encouraging me to contact them right away for the "next steps". I am still reviewing info on WealthMasters International, which is the bus. opp behind Carbon Copy Pro marketing system.
 
 


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avatar   by morganbusiness on November 4, 2009 at 6:32 AM CST

 
 
 
Business in a Box

One of the biggest perks one can get from buying Carbon Copy Pro is that the support team that comes with it is amazing, call center support. Literally copying a business and and running with it, the majority of the work has been done for you, creation of website, the support team and help desk that many online businesses lack is all included into CCP. Though the one downside is that if you are tight on cash this program can be costly with the start up fee and the monthly service fee. Though the benefits are just great. High paid commissions and a screening process of applicants saves you time from dealing with tire kickers and gets you in touch with real prospects that are interested in your business.
 
 


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avatar   by chaoticelf on November 2, 2009 at 1:57 PM CST

 
 
 
Miles away from action

I was with CCPro for 6 months, I personally would not recommend it if you are just starting out . I found that my 'sponsor' was always on holiday or 'not in the office today' which was really unhelpful. I felt quite lost at times and did not have any support from her, initially it took nearly a month before she first made contact and that was after I had emailed at least a dozen times. I found the support personnel great at CCpro itself but they could only help so much. When I was finally contacted from my sponsor I felt that I wasn't important to her as I couldn't attend her training in the UK. All in all I'm glad I gave it a shot - and with a bit more experience under my belt I may give it another go under another sponsor but I don't think it is a very good starting point for online marketing - especially if you're on the other side of the world.
 
 


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avatar   by hakachic on September 4, 2009 at 9:58 PM CST

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Carbon Copy Pro Review

I've been researching Carbon Copy Pro for over 8 months, and I recently signed up with the company. As someone who has worked on various internet marketing models, I'm very impressed with the professionalism of the company, alongside it's tremendously comprehensive on-going training and support.

If you've tried going it alone with internet marketing sans success, then you really must consider this company.

They provide daily and weekly training calls, and the giving attitude from both Jay Kubasek & Aaron Parkinson are a notable example to anyone aspiring to something higher than just making money alone.
 
 


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avatar   by dezfutak on August 14, 2009 at 11:51 PM CST

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The Carbon Copy Pro system actually teaches you Internet Marketing and provides fantastic wealth creation product opportunities. As the overview states, you purchase your Application Kit for $49 and then you may purchase the BIB or Business in a Box which is DVDs, workbooks, and all the online training which is extremely well ordered and extensive. This training is kept up to date with new developments in internet marketing updated regularly. I was a total beginner to online marketing when I bought my BIB and rather than 'handing me fish they have taught me how to fish'. Now I know how to market anything. After a huge 2 month learning curve I am now generating leads. I would recommend this to beginners and advanced marketers alike.
 
 


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