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Shortcuts to Internet Millions Review
Date Added: 5/22/2009     Reviewer: KimberlyAW
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Website URL: http://www.jeffpaul.tv
Company Name: Shortcuts to Millions, LLC.
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Shortcuts to Internet Millions Description

Shortcuts to Internet Millions is a system developed by the Internet Marketer and guru, Jeff Paul. However, the market is starting to look at self-proclaimed marketing guru Jeff Paul in a sour note. That is because numerous users are complaining about the misleading scheme of the system ‘Shortcuts to Internet Millions.’ Is the program a scam? Most reviews agree that the basic elements of a scam may not be present, but there are certain practices in distributing the system that should be looked at.

Shortcuts to Internet Millions Detailed Overview

First, some complaints call attention to the Shortcuts to Internet Millions’ sales infomercial. Such persuasive pieces obviously try to make an impression that there is no need to exert much effort to earn much income online. The infomercial goes as far as depicting that money magically and instantly shows at bank accounts. Even thought his is a mere analogy, it gives a negative impression that you can actually get money without exerting the hard work. Reviewers make it a point that earning online could be a breeze, but only if online users and entrepreneurs take a huge learning curve. The program seems to claim as if there is a magic button it could offer, and that is misleading Internet readers.

In the 1990s, author Jeff Paul successfully awed the market by coming out with several exciting resource materials. In fact, most reviewers recall that the most popular marketing piece accounted to him is the sensational one where he claimed to have earned $4,000 in just one day while he was sitting in his underwear at the kitchen. However, Shortcuts to Internet Millions pale in comparison. Reviews think the content is not as effectively written as the author’s other works.

The dishonesty of the program is what makes it tarnished in most reviews across the Internet. In his infomercials, Jeff Paul claims that access to Shortcuts to Internet Millions only costs about $29.95. However, as many victims attest, once you make the purchase, Jeff Paul’s sales team would start calling you to convince you to buy other related services. Most annoying to victims is such personnel’s claims that there is a need to join a separate mentoring program worth about $5,000. According to them, the sales team makes it sound like Shortcuts to Internet Millions would not be useful if the user would not sign up for the mentoring system. If that is not misleading and deceptive, reviewers could not think of any other description for the practice.

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Shortcuts to Internet Millions Reputation

There are reviews going around that also point out to several other petty reasons why Shortcuts to Internet Millions is not an advisable product to purchase. Many actual users report of disconnected telephone lines if ever you would decide to discontinue or cancel your membership. There are also refund loopholes, making discontented users all the more resentful after signing up for the program. Of course, there are complaints about dishonest and nonsense mentors.

It is not good to deal with any dishonest business. Indeed, Shortcuts to Internet Millions could only facilitate a shortcut for its author to siphon money out of unsuspecting victims’ pockets. Reviewers reiterate that there is no way the program could help online businesses find that shortcut. If Jeff Paul isn't careful to take care of this little details, it can hurt his reputation and his business in the long run.

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Internet Millions Shortcut?

I purchased this program some time ago, and although it does have some viable "tips", it has no real applicable content. It's kinda like buying a "do it yourself kit" with no instructions. He has a lot of good marketing strategies and ideas, but nothing so spectacular that could be considered "cutting edge". The main thing I found was it seemed to be a set up for you to buy more expensive worthless training. His support center seemed to be more of a sales team than anything. They are not very helpful and try to convince you that you have to buy just one more piece of training material. It also took a while for me to convince them to stop calling me trying to sell me more things. I did not request a refund because I figured some of the information may be useful someday. I'm still waiting on that day and my guarantee expired. I guess an education costs no matter were you get it.
 
 


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avatar   by rwb1965 on August 16, 2010 at 7:07 PM CST

 
 
 
Complete waste of time and money

I was over at my mother's house one weekend. We saw a commercial of this and decided to buy it. We thought that $40 would be worth it for the millions we would get later. They weren't really clear about what we needed to do. Later we started receiving phone calls from them convincing us to buy other products. They had said that if we don't buy the other product, our money would have gone to waste because it would be useless without it. We, being so naive, bought it. It had cost us $5,000. Until now we haven't made any money. I think that this would work, you just need A LOT of money to invest in. I would not recommend this.
 
 


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avatar   by xitsmex on January 18, 2010 at 3:30 PM CST

 
 
 
Jeff Paul Shortcuts to Internet Millions in 'ONE' word, Scandalous!

I'm speaking from personal experience after ordering this so-called Shortcuts to Internet Millions. I was up late one night debating on what kind of business to get into, when I saw Jeff Paul's infomercial. The fancy cars, people by the pool, 2 BIMBOS with their breast implants in short-cut dresses and so forth. I thought, I've seen this guy's infomercial several times, but I just don't swallow what he's telling all these people. The more I watched, the more I was skeptical. Then, there was this guy, one of his people probably, who was probably paid to say that he was bankrupt and had no money and only started out with $20 to buy the course. Now, he's living the American dream. So, I thought, ok... he only started with $20. So, I thought; what do I have to lose? Right? Maybe, I could just pay $20 for the course and get my 10 free websites started and get some that millions rolling in. Well... turns out, that it wasn't $20, so I paid $55.19 for the course plus shipping and handling. A few days later, the package arrived. I was eager to get started, so I followed the instructions and watched the "Get Started" video first, followed by another video, which if you watch it closely; you have NO clue what this idiot partner of his was blabbing about. After I watched the videos, it says to call the (800) number to get started with one of the Jeff Paul's reps. Well, I didn't call for almost a week. So, I started getting calls from Jeff Paul's people eager to help me get started. But before they'd help you, they want a few more personal information from you as far as... how much are you in debt? Do you have any children living at home? What's your annual income and so forth? After playing answer my questions, before I can help you game with these people. The rep, then proceeded to tell me that I could go ahead and start my 10 free websites, but I wouldn't get any help from them and there's no guarantee that I would make any money without their counselors. She suggested that I call back when I come up with $4,000 mind you, and they would get me started. I was appalled! And if I didn't have the money, they are willing to finance most of it, if I could come up with $500 to start. Sirens went off in my head and steam were coming out of my ears, nose and eyes. That's how angry I was at this rep and only wish that I could reach through the phone and strangled her. My skepticism and my instincts from the beginning was right. I should've never second guessed myself! Note to self... Rule of Thumb: If it sounds to good to be true, it is! By the way, Shortcuts to Internet Millions is 'EXACTLY' that! Shortcuts to Jeff Paul's pockets and 'NOT' yours!
 
 


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avatar   by Hononi on January 10, 2010 at 11:38 AM CST

 
 
 
Shortcuts to Internet Millions

The information provided is not specific to point, you need to spend some time and have little patience to go through the CD. Well for some people it is not that easy to sit and listen to this boring stuff which I have gone through. I personally advise not to buy this product as I have already done this mistake. This program is nothing but a trick to get you to spend extra money and time. Once you are into this program they will make you signup for more related programs which will make the situation worse then ever. After sometime you will realize that you end up paying a lot more then what had been quoted as the price of the product. So please be careful before you make any decision to make a purchase. c
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by JustinJohn on January 7, 2010 at 12:56 PM CST

 
 
 
Keep your money

I really had a hard time with this product (purchased about 2 years ago).

First of all, the CD's with the information on them were lengthy and boring. This may sound petty, but I have no issue listening to simple, straightforward but dull audio. This was tough because the information seemed to be dealt with in a cursory, surfacy fashion that would be completely inaccessible to beginners.

Secondly, the way the product is sold is deceptive. It is a common technique to mask the true price of an item, so maybe it's my fault that I didn't know that I'd be billed 10 times what was stated (once for each of the mini-websites they set up).

Thirdly, getting the billing to stop is difficult. After the membership with the program was canceled, Mr. Paul's company still billed me for the next two months.

There are much better, more trustworthy, and less expensive ways to get started in Internet Marketing and Information publishing than Jeff Paul's "Shortcuts to Internet Millions. " Save yourself the headache.
 
 


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avatar   by HesReallySmart on December 20, 2009 at 8:40 PM CST

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This is a huge investment needing program

I saw Shortcut's to Internet Millions on TV in the middle of the night. I looked passed the bad actors for the infomercial and went to the site to sign up for the program. Big mistake, thanks to this programs, I wont be buying any more courses that I see on TV, because this was a total waste of my time. He made no indication of how much investment was needed to begin this (actually he used the term, small investment needed) and after going through the huge program, I noticed that I would be needing a few hundred dollars before I even started to get everything up and running. I didn't have that kind of money, so this was pretty much a waste of money! This may work, but I was not in the position to really complete the steps, because of the amount of money needed to start.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by areevez on December 20, 2009 at 5:58 PM CST

 
 
 
Shortcuts to Nothing...

I purchased this product about a month ago, and I am still weeding through it. I have found that the websites you get when you sign up are very limited. You can only offer 1 product per site. These should be viewed as a mini-website. Also, without being part of the "membership" it is difficult to market the websites. As with most other programs, you end up spending more money than you make by trying to get this business up and running. Shortcuts to Millions, in my opinion, is making millions for Jeff Paul and his team.
 
 


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avatar   by wesmoney on July 9, 2009 at 6:31 PM CST

 
 
 
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