Tim Ikels - Creator, Publisher, Marketer

Cliqly Review: The Buzz, The Breakdown, and Why It Gives Me Pause

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Cliqly’s got the internet buzzing. People claiming to make serious cash in days? Tempting. But let’s be real, when something seems too good to be true, it usually is.

It’s time to dig deeper.

So, what exactly IS Cliqly?

Cliqly promises to make email marketing easy. Pre-written emails, subscriber lists…sounds helpful, right? The catch: most of your money won’t come from selling actual products, but from convincing others to sign up and upgrade. Red flag alert!

The promises sound nice:

But there are serious problems…

The ’earn big’ trap

Look, they’ll dangle big numbers. That’s how these schemes work.

But remember, real businesses are built on selling stuff people want, not on signing up your friends and hoping they do the same.

How does the money REALLY work?

This is where things get murky. They start you on a trial to hook you in, then BANG, you need to upgrade to keep earning. That wouldn’t be a huge deal, except they’ve set a high payout limit. Most people won’t hit that limit just by sending emails.

This is where those juicy “referrals” come in. Get someone on board, they upgrade, and YOU get a huge chunk of their fee. Now we’re not just talking email marketing, we’re in multi-level-marketing territory. That’s the first BIG red flag.

There are even more issues…

This sounds a lot like the kind of “make money online” schemes that always turn out badly for the users.

What do other people say?

It’s a mixed bag. Sites like Trustpilot and the Better Business Bureau are full of complaints about missing payments.

Others, especially on social media, might be trying to recruit you so they get paid.

The Ponzi scheme question (because we gotta ask it):

Let’s be real. When most of your money comes from signing people up, not from actual product sales? That’s a classic pyramid setup.

Add to that the insane hype, lack of transparency, pressure to upgrade…yeah, my skepticism alarm is ringing LOUD.

What’s a true entrepreneur to do?

The bottom line

Could Cliqly work? Maybe, for a while. Is it sustainable? Highly unlikely.

Is it a smart place to put your energy? Absolutely not.

Here’s the thing: hustle is important. Automating tasks to save time? Smart move. Cliqly could have some interesting ideas there.

But if the main way to make money is by getting more people involved, that’s not a business model, it’s a trap.

Cliqly looks like a risky proposition. For now, my advice is to watch this one from the sidelines.

There are better, more honest ways to learn email marketing and put your hustle to work.

Stay awesome,

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