The Last Goldmine

So you’ve received yet another email about a new program that is supposed to help you make money online, this time it’s The Last Goldmine by Jamie Lewis and Rigo Cardenas.

But can you trust it to be any better than hundreds of programs that came before? Well, I can’t tell you that but you’ve come to the right page. This is where people who have bought this product will hopefully leave their feedback and let us all know how good it is. Unlike the hundreds of spam and scam pages on Google that you’ve no doubt have seen when searching for reviews of The Last Goldmine, this site is one of the very few that actually provides real user reviews.

To keep things even more organized, each product is rated on the scale of 5 (5 being the highest score, 1 being the lowest) across four different aspects – features, support, value for the money and the overall rating. That means if you see a product that has a score of 1, it’s probably no good. You may also see what the product might lack – if, for instance, it has a good score for its features but a low score for its support, it might mean the product is not bad but the support is lacking (and if you’re a newbie that can be a serious problem.)

I would like to encourage you to bookmark this page and this site so that you can come back to see more reviews as they are added over time by real users.

1 thought on “The Last Goldmine”

  1. I received the promo email for The Last Goldmine by Jamie Lewis but I can’t find any unbiased reviews except for one that said the 3 upsells following the $47 price is “annoying”. Actually I think it’s much worse than that.

    I hate upsells because it makes you wonder if anything he says is true or just another guru lying to try to take more money from you. If you’re promised a complete program on the sales video, then WHY totally destroy your credibility and trust factor by asking for more money for a program that you led the buyer to believe was already “complete” and ready to implement. It’s like a twist on the old bait and switch…….offer them one thing at a reasonable price AND then trick them into buying something else at an inflated price. It’s unethical and dishonest.

    But anyway, I would like to know if anyone purchased the program for the $47 (not the inflated upsells) and is actually making money with this or is it just another slick guru scam?


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