Copy Paste Commissions Review – Is It All Hype or Actually Works?

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You have probably seen these so called systems where you can allegedly just copy and paste your way into earning thousands of dollars a day. But, can you really make money using copy and paste methods? If that question is on your mind, you probably have been looking at several Copy Paste Commissions reviews.

If you are interested to know the good, bad, and ugly about Copy Paste Commissions, then let's dive into this.

What is Copy Paste Commissions? was founded in November 2015, by Omar Martin and Michael Cheney. They allege it's a simple copy and paste money-making system and training that teaches you how to make money on auto-pilot, even if you have no internet marketing experience. So in other words, it deals with internet marketing in some capacity.

How Does Copy Paste Commissions Work?

This system basically works on the premise of building an email list and getting traffic from Facebook. Once you buy the training, you get an 80 page eBook, MP3 audio, and downloadable videos showing you the strategies the founders used to make $4,770,167.62.

Some of these strategies which Copy Paste Commissions will teach you include:

  • The Crush campaign. This strategy shows you how increasing your email frequency and creating bonus materials can improve your bottom line.
  • The Fence Shaker Strategy. As the name suggests, the founders show you how to move people off the fence and turn them into buyers.
  • Traffic strategy. This training shows you free and paid strategies to generate traffic using Facebook.
  • Email strategy. They will show you how to build your email list and will offer you copy and paste templates that they claim will generate massive commissions, so that your emails won't land up in the trash.

How Much Does Copy Paste Commissions Cost?

At the time of this review, it costs you a front end fee of $19.95. But they also strongly encourage you to buy their other upsells as well which will range from $17 to $27. Once you have paid your $19.95, you will get access to the member's area where you can download the eBook, MP3 audios, and videos.

How Much Money Can You Make with Copy Paste Commissions?

Copy Paste Commissions claims that if you apply their training and build up your email list using their system you can make up to $1,000 per day or more on auto-pilot and turn it into a six figure business.

If this sounds like a lot of hype to you, I don't blame you. Fortunately, there are other companies such as Wealthy Affiliate that keep it real about what you can expect to earn and the time frame. And they don't hype it up.

And if you don't like the idea of starting an internet marketing business, there are ways to earn extra cash on the side for things you already do online with sites like:, and So that's something to check out as well.

What We Like about Copy Paste Commissions

Some Creative Strategies

So, the eBook does provide some useful information. They show you what times of the day you should send promotional emails to your subscribers and studies to back up their claims. We all know what a headache Mark Zuckerberg's police force can be when it comes to driving free traffic from facebook. There are some useful tips in the eBook that shows you how to avoid the Facebook police.

Money Back Guarantee

We like that they use JVZOO which makes it easy to get your money back if you don't like the product. So that's good.

Copy Paste Commission Complaints

Nobody is perfect and there are a few red flags that I would like to bring to your attention. So, let's dive into the complaints and then see if Copy Paste Commissions is really worth your time and money.

No BBB Listing

A Better Business Bureau rating is like a golden seal of approval for some of ya'll. If you don't have one, some people don't want to work with you. Copy Paste Commissions doesn't even have a BBB listing at the time of this review, so that may be a deal breaker.

Luckily, there are some sites like, and who have a positive BBB rating. Also, have a look at My Best Work At Home Recommendation which also has a good rating with BBB.

Enough with the Upsells!

There is enough upsells to give anyone a headache. To get your purchase and access the member's area, you will be redirected to different sales pages where they attempt to offer you several upsells. There is no mention of this at the beginning and the pushy upsells can get annoying.

Not really Copy and Paste… that's BS!

So given the name of the product, you would think it's as simple as copying and pasting your way to income. But anyone that has done internet marketing will tell you it's not that simple. It's a lot more involved and can take a lot of time to see results. Companies like Wealthy Affiliate understand this which is why they cover various aspects of internet marketing that are time tested for a long term business and success.

Atypical Testimonials Trickery

One thing that really bothers me is the legitimacy of the testimonials on their site. They admit that these testimonials are not the average purchaser's experience and that there is no assurance that you will do well using the same strategies.

Don't expect the earnings they claim!

They like to throw around on their sales page all this money that was made using their system. But if you read their income disclaimer buried at the bottom of the page they make it clear that it's not typical or can be expected to earn this type of money. They're just estimates that they're throwing around.

Copy Paste Commissions Alternative?

If anything in the complaints section above bothered you, then you might want to check out other options. Fortunately, there are other companies you can look at. For instance, if you're looking to create a long term internet business, then you may want to check out, My Best Work At Home Recommendation which isn't about feeding you hype.

If the idea of starting a business doesn't appeal to you and you are looking to make a side income, then you may want to look at, and

Is Copy Paste Commissions A Scam or Legit?

Copy Paste Commissions is definitely something I would probably avoid. It's not a copy and paste method like the name suggests and based on the fact they don't even have a BBB rating could be a deal breaker for some people.

They say that people can make up to $1,000 per day by using their copy and paste method. But when you read the fine print they make it clear that is highly unlikely for most people. At the end of the day, you can't only rely on copy and paste methods and hope you will earn consistent commissions.

They're not teaching some strategies for long term success. If you have concerns, then there are other options to look into. If you want a reliable and consistent opportunity to earn a full time or part time income, check out My Best Work At Home Recommendation.

Well, that's my opinion about Copy Paste Commissions. I would love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to leave a comment below.

Until next time,

Eddy with a Y

14 thoughts on “Copy Paste Commissions Review – Is It All Hype or Actually Works?”

  1. I am always very leery of companies that claim you can earn ridiculous amounts of money with little or no effort. The ‘Copy and Paste’ name implies that this is easy and won’t require much work. In my experience those are organizations that have high turnover rates and rely on always signing up that next customer instead of creating long-term success in their users.

  2. This is the first time I have heard of a copy and paste method to make money. I guess it could be legit, but would take some time to build an email list. There’s no doubt that WA is the real deal. Have you used copy and paste metthods. I just read further where you state you would avoid the copy paste methods. Thanks a whole lot for your honesty. I am looking for something for my daughter to work at home. I will research some of your other suggestions. Thanks for a good read.

    • As I mentioned in the review, the whole idea of just copying and pasting your way into making great money is nonsense and over simplified. So it’s not something I would recommend or try. I know from experience that creating an online business can’t just be done by copying and pasting.

  3. It still amazes me how people fall for the get-rich-quick schemes that are out there. My dad always used to say if it were that good, everyone would be doing it.

    I had never heard of a “copy/paste” program so thank you for the education. Did you actually join to see what it was all about? Did they have some sort of message boards with members? I’m interested to hear what was being said within the group after people realized the program wasn’t going to bring them riches.

    Thanks for the review!

  4. Hi – yes, like most people, I’m very skeptical, but always open to to new money-making ideas. ‘Copy and paste’ smacks of possible scam tight out of the gate.

    Do you have access to any account proofs from the organizers? That’s be a great start. I’m a firm believer in building a solid business, even if it takes time. By the way, it’s incredible that we still see ads with people standing by their Porches and mansions – ordinary folk don’t aspire to that, but just want a good living. Riches bring problems, believe me, I know from experience.

    • Hey James,

      Yes I’m skeptical of anything claiming to be easy and fast when it comes to making large amounts of money online. I think everyone aspires to different things.  Some people do want the mansions and the fancy cars. So I can’t say that isn’t what ordinary people want. Otherwise shady marketers wouldn’t use imagery like that to convince people into purchasing their products. But I agree that most people just want to love comfortably. Being rich just as struggling bring problems. They’re just different type of problems. It’s all about finding a proper balance for your needs.   Thanks for chiming in.  

  5. Great review Eddy. I for one feel like the name “Copy and Paste” would deter me because it sounds scam-my. Reviews like yours are necessary because these products/ companies are not targeting experienced digital marketers but are preying on those how are inexperienced. I’ve had a few I’ve considered.



  6. hey really good review, i hate copy and paste programs. There is no point to them but people fall for them and all of their upsells! It is just the same pyrimid scheme that everyone falls for and all they do is refer people to the same place and hope they buy the upsells. I try to expose so many people that tries to refer people to programs like this, keep up the good work!

    • Thanks Justin! I hate copy and paste programs too because they totally misrepresent the work involved.  

  7. When searching for work from home opportunities, it isn’t always easy to get the real facts to make an informed decision, so I appreciate your review.

    I had never heard of this company or the concept. Thank you for breaking down the opportunity as well as the prospect of making real money.

    • Agreed Gina. That’s why I write reviews because I know folks want to know the good and bad. Of course certain people don’t appreciate that because they just want to paint a rosey picture. But folks that plan to sign up for this stuff should have some idea of the good and bad.

  8. Hello Eddy,

    Thanks for the honest review on Copy Paste Commissions. The name of this product is very deceiving. I considered trying out this product to see what it’s about, but after reading your review. I’m going to throw this in the forget about list haha.

    I’ve been in the internet marketing business for quite some time now and I can definitely vouch for the fact that it’s not as simple as copy and paste in the internet marketing industry.



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