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Instant Traffic Robot by Peter Green is a traffic generation software.

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6 Comments

  1. Does anyone know some specifics about this product? I doubt it. I am not impressed by a bunch of Clickbank screenshots. He wasn’t even showing what products he was marketing in Clickbank. For all I know it is from all the traffic he gets from all these review sites put up all over the place for “this” product, which is his product. I do know that Instant Traffic Robot is a Clickbank product. He says he is limiting the sales. I saw one page say for to 200 customers, another to 240 something and another for 40.

    I heard about this product from Paul Ponna, who already ripped me off about a year ago. I already opted out of his list and he still sends me emails.

    They all seem to rely on some sensational story how they are just real underground affiliate marketers and don’t even like the gurus. They tout Clickbank and show their earnings (for what?)

    Why put a product on Clickbank if you are only going to share it with 200 people. Even if just one super affiliate sold all 200 copies himself at $37.36, he would only earn $7472. And why would they bother selling something with a cap on it like that. Now imagine several affiliates sharing that $7472, then it was over.

    I would say that this smells very bad, and I have seen several like him. Don’t fall for the money back guarantee claim either. Who knows, you might get it back, but my point is that these guys will say “anything” and are staring you right in the eyeballs and lying to you!

    More than just losing $47 bucks, is the lost time you will spend once you figure out it takes more than just a click, not to mention get jaded about the whole IM business.

    I even doubt this comment will get posted.

  2. Ed Martinez Reply

    Hey, I went ahead and bought the “Instant Traffic Robot” and BOY DO I REGRET IT!
    After I purchased and went thru the countless upsells …. too many to remember…
    when I finally got to the members area first of all had problems signing in, after having to request a new pw,
    I FOUND NO DOWNLOAD LINK NOR A LICENSE FOR THIS PLUGIN, which it is all it actually is.
    I emailed support both thru clickbank and their provided support desk and all I got was….
    ABSOLUTELY NOTHING….NO RESPONSE WHAT SO EVER!
    SO PEOPLE READING THIS I SUGGEST YOU DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY ON THIS
    UNSUPPORTED PRODUCT.
    HOPEFULLY THIS WILL GET POSTED SO PEOPLE WILL HAVE A HEADS-UP!
    P.S. THIS PRODUCT IS JUST A WORDPRESS PLUGIN THAT AUTO POSTS TO BLOGS LIKE BLOGGER DOT COM AND THE LIKE….NOT SOFTWARE AS IT HAS BEEN CLAIMED TO BE.

  3. I purchased the Instant Traffic Robot. I couldn’t believe it when the download came with a 34 pg. instruction e-book on how to download and configure the wordpress pluggin. I was never told you had to have a website or blog for this. Of course, there was the option to get one ‘free’ after you signed up for hosting and domain name. The zip folder with the classes and other info. were worthless since I can’t open them even after I extracted the files. I sent 3 e-mails to the support address they give when you order, asking for a refund. Other than an automated response from the machine saying that someone would get in touch with me shortly, I haven’t gotten any kind of response from them. So you can’t even depend on the 60 days money back warranty. No one answers you; at least, not a real person. So, Paul Green lies when he promises in his video that you can get your money back – no questions asked – if you don’t like the software. Nothing to lose? Yes, your $47.

  4. To Chi Li; call the domain server (brain host) and ask for your refund. They pay you. SEE…in affiliate mtg., you promote or sell sites that are not yours and get paid when someone clicks on or pays on that site. There is usually a help URL in fine print somewhere at the bottom.
    Hope that helps.

  5. well thank god for the real reviews (in the comments) it seemed pretty scammy just from all the fake reviews i was seeing all over i was hoping to find actual reviews from ppl who actualy used it and yea it seems like a scam and rippoff scheme
    glad i avoided it

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