Is Winning-2011.com and Russ Dalbey’s claim that you can make a fortune a scam?
Well I’m going to give you a few pointers that could help you make your mind up as to if this system that professes to be provable and achievable in Russ Dalbey’s infomercial is a scam or not.
Ok let us look at these few little notes I for one have taken from my studies.
Firstly there is the all that glistens is gold commercial that is played late at night on Paid Programming TV. I noted that there was a paid actor… an actor is just that, he gets paid to act, rightly or wrongly looking like he or she is endorsing a product the actor is generally absolved of any responsibility to you the paying customer. He or she is paid to make an advert work… add a familiar face, someone you may affiliate some kind of trust too; right?
Secondly this infomercial shows a bunch of nobodies (well nobodies to me I don’t know them and cannot prove their stories), who tell us that the system has worked for them. One lady even says she has made $200,000 from this system in a short period of time. Or was it that she was paid $200,000 for the commercial… I don’t know it was all sounding fishy to me at that point.
Thirdly if you did see the advert, did you notice that generally there is no real information on what exactly the product Winning-2011 is other than a CD?
It is basically another money making get rich quick scheme that you see all the time on the internet; just dressed up a little.
Fourthly, nobody actually tells you how they made there money using the scheme. Well guess what?
I have in fact found at least 200 people who have already posted complaints about the system and its methods on the wonderful internet.
Okay let us see a quick sample:
On 6/4/2009 – GC in Kansas wrote:
‘I also purchased the program a couple of months ago & shortly thereafter received a phone call wanting me to use my credit card to purchase $3,000 in additional training. I refused but had a sick feeling afterwards that the program was a scam. Only lost $39.99 but times are hard & that money could have been used for something else.’
On 4/16/2009 – David wrote:
‘I like most people was having difficulty sleeping one night and stumbled across the Russ Dalbey infomercial that I had seen several times before but this time I decided to try the product and plunk down my hard earned $99.95 for a slew of DVD’s and reading materials. I did review all of these marketing materials and watch the DVD’s and of course everything sounds so good that I should be making millions immediately-right but the reality is no way!!! I started doing some independent research on this which I should have done before ordering but the reality is that this system is no different that any other where you have to spend money and start your own business where you will most probably fail–it’s that simple. But what disgusted me about the Dalbey system was that for about two (2) weeks after ordering their bogus marketing materials I had a received a slew of hard selling phone calls telling me that I was eligible to attend a personal seminar with Russ Dalbey himself in Denver for a modest fee of $5,000.00. That was the hook and there it is to sum this scam artist. Just Beware of them and they are selling snake oil. Thanks goodness I only spent $100 bucks and walked away’
And so these complaints go on… lots and lots of them put simply.
To be fair I did find one person that backed the system up; let me tell you one in over 200 complaints just does not go in Russ Dalbey’s’ claims favor.
Hey I’m sure if you can afford the $4000 – $6000 course fee’s you may well stand a chance of making some money… but when the advert targets people on no to little income and is charging them $39.99 to find out that they need to stump up another $4000 before they can start earning, that is absolutely shockingly wrong!
Of coarse they are not going to tell you this on the advert. They want to take your $39.99 and dress it with a money back guarantee if redeemed within 30 days. Of which I have since found out you have to go through your credit card company to try and get the cash charged back… no wonder Russ Dalbey does not accept Checks or Post Office Money Orders, as they can be canceled and traced etc.
All in all it is up to you now to figure out if the Winning-2011.com Notes, Success System, and Winning Formula are a scam.
For more information on those complaints visit this link at Infomercial Scams.com and see what others are saying… I know what I won’t be sending any cash too based on the opinions and experiences of hundreds of others… unless I get to try the whole lot for free and can vouch for it personally, I’m staying away from this one I’m afraid… Sorry Russ; you win some you lose some… and yes I am to busy with other things in my life to be hit for $6000 for a training course… I would sooner go get that doctorate degree that could earn me twice as much as you with that cash.