Jason Capital has been attracting a lot of attention online with his money-making prowess, and his Email Income Experts info course has many positive claims. We will consider the facts, is it a scam? Is it legit? We want to reach a conclusion and decide if this is a real business opportunity…

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Please keep scrolling while we review the Email Income Expert course. It would be a dream come true to earn a high income, working from home doing digital projects. It seems impossible right now, doesn’t it? Let’s discover if this is the way to achieve your desired lifestyle…

Now there is one more point I would like to make: there are many legit business opportunities to get involved in and the information you need about the Email Income Expert is only a few scrolls away.

 

Is the “Email Income Experts” Course a Scam?

The premise of the course is that emails are a useful marketing tool as they enable you to contact

an extensive client list in a quick and effective manner. The course aims to teach you to write great marketing emails which will allow you to to be hired by major corporations and be paid a substantial fee.

There are so many hyperbolic claims regarding the Email Income Experts course that we should dig a little deeper and review the pros and the cons of the  Email Income Experts course. Is it a scam or legit money making opportunity?

We will look at the pros and cons as part of our investigation into the Email Income Experts course. Some of the pros are:

  • There are interactive live coaching classes which do provide an excellent opportunity to learn from experts who seemingly have made a success of this business and allow you to review all of the information you have been taught.
  • Jason Capital is “hands on” during the course and makes himself freely available for questions. He has achieved great financial success in a short period, so there is an excellent opportunity to learn from his experience.
  • The course has a good structure and is separated into seven separate weekly programs which aim to teach a different skill each week.

Weeks one to four concentrate on improving effective writing skills, learning how to know what the client will require, understanding the psychology of the client and dealing with times you feel uninspired or have writer’s block. The remainder of the course deals with effectively using the provided templates, testing the methodology of what you have learned and finally finding businesses to employ you and how to monetize your new skills.

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There seems to be a mixed reaction to the benefits provided by this course, so we should look at some of the cons associated with it. These include:

  • Jason Capital himself has made extraordinary claims about his success, but his background seems sketchy. He does not use his real name and a preliminary online search does not provide much information regarding his actual history. You would need to trust what you are being told about his talent for making people rich without much evidence.
  • It has the ring of “too good to be true” about it. There are dramatic claims of being able to charge large corporations tens of thousands of dollars for writing their marketing emails, without much evidence that it is true. The claims made about the Email Income Experts course are obviously overblown and lack credibility.
  • Many of the websites extolling the virtues of the course seem poorly put together. Some push the angle of original content while using generic images and layout. Some are even riddled with spelling errors. This again, speaks to credibility. If these graduates of the Email Income Experts are making vast sums of money writing emails they should be able to spell correctly!
  • Not everyone has the talent to write well, if we did we would all be published authors. The course suggests anyone can learn to do this job and generate a considerable income regardless of background or skill set. Just doing a seven-week course is unlikely to automatically turn anyone into the new Stephen King of email writing!
  • Researching online suggests that there is a high dropout rate which implies it is not for everyone. Paying a high fee for the course and then not completing it indicates there are issues with the course itself.

 

Can I Make a Legit Income from Email Income Experts?

There are many people online who claim to have got rich using the Email Income Experts course, but the fact is, it is most likely similar to Herbalife. There may well be people making six-figure sums from the business. It sounds incredible, right? However, the majority lose their money and only have broken dreams to reflect on.

There is useful information contained in Email Income Experts, but the premise that anyone can learn to write effective marketing emails is flawed. A certain level of writing talent is required and that is not something that can be learned doing the seven-week course.

It also seems doubtful that there is sufficient demand from large corporations for outsiders to handle their sensitive email marketing projects. It seems unlikely that many people will be able to use the Email Income Experts course to make the substantial income suggested in the promotional material.

In Conclusion

The sheer volume of online information both positive and negative can sometimes make it feel almost impossible to make a clear-minded decision on the quality of a course. In the case of Jason Capital’s “Email Income Experts,” it feels like the claims are exaggerated and indeed not Legit. The course seems to suggest anyone can become an email income guru and represent huge corporations for a hefty fee. If it were that easy, we would all be doing it!

The reality is large corporations are likely to keep such sensitive online marketing campaigns in-house and any work outsourced will be crumbs. At best you will be assigned a job of a low level and it is unlikely you will get rich from it. There is undoubtedly knowledge to be learned from the “Email Income Experts” course but the suspicion is most of the money made which is associated with this venture, comes from people actually reselling the course itself.

It may not be an out and out scam, but it is hardly a real business opportunity either.

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9 Comments

  1. Justin Feldman March 26, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    Your review is spot on. I took the course and the material is sound, but the opportunity he says is abundant is completely misleading. When he first started offering the course, he baited his webinar audiences with referrals to “friends” begging him to write emails for him. At the end of the course you were required to pay $99/month to be part of his inner circle where only then he might refer people to you who need emails written for them. Bottom line, Jason Capital is a very astute marketer who preys on those who want to leave the rat race behind. He charges $2,500 for something that should really only cost $250.

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    1. Thanks for your honest Comment Justin!

      I get your point. Upsells are very frustrating (at least to me). When I pay a lot of money, I expect something in return, but when someone wants to sell me more after that.. I’m out!

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    2. He’s got you as a testimonial on his site – “I’m now making $11,000 a month by sending simple little E-mails for businesses. I’m on track to make $200,000 this year.” – Justin Feldman, Portland Oregon

      So who’s lying here?

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      1. Lol, that’s hilarious!

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    3. Pablo Fernandez Sierra June 24, 2019 at 2:53 pm

      Hey, send me an email [email protected]

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  2. I agreed with you and Justin. I bought the program and completed the course but there was no real opportunity. He said that his business colleagues are dying to have emails written for him and they’re always asking him if he knows anyone that can write emails for him. You spend hours upon hours having to contact potential clients with Jason’s method all of which don’t work. He also said that he could only allow a select few into the program but kept it open. The dude is so scummy with his marketing and preys on desperate ppl by sensationalizing whatever he’s selling. Don’t buy it

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  3. I shared this article in a live seminar of his and got kicked out of it. Seems like he acknowledges its not completely what he says it to be.

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  4. I agree with this article as i have being a victim of these fake brokers. I invested about $590K MAGNUM option and
    all could do in my first withdrawal was $59k. Then my money started going down the drain till i was left with only
    the bonus they said i couldn’t withdraw until i fund my account again. The trend continued and i lost everything.Not one dollar was left. I almost died knowing i was scammed. I was very determined to get my money back so i had to hire a wealth recovery expert ([email protected] com) who recovered 80% of my money including my bonuses to me. The moral of this story is for everyone to be very vigillant about the kind of broker you invest with and if you have lost some money don’t giveup the quest to get your money back

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