Thanks for the heads up. I was not aware of this. It does have a 60 day money back guarantee, so I will be watching it closely and if it does not perform satisfactorily I will request a refund before the 60 days are up.
QUOTE(Adam Raley @ Jan 2 2013, 07:01 AM)
It's too bad that Turbo Cash Revolution is nothing more than a re-launch
in a long line of make-overs of the same highly questionable "traffic bot" software.
The reason I say questionable is while the "software" does actually give you some back
links and traffic. Almost all of the time this traffic is of such poor quality it rarely
produces leads or sales.
Some of the other names in the past have been Extreme Cash Robot, Clickbank Demon,
Instant Cash Plugin (ICP), Auto Cash Bot and Commission Engine X.
The creator's name is Max Stiegemeier. This is a simple game he is playing. when the
hype and sales begin to die off from one "traffic bot" software, he re-names the program,
gives it a face-lift and a new story/sales video and does it all over again.
Two things to look for are he always uses the SwReg payment processor and almost always
does a "pre-launch" where the program is offered at a vastly decreased price and will soon
cost $297 or $397 to join. This is nothing more than a pressure sales tactic.
Rest assured, it won't be long before turbo Cash Revolution falls by the wayside and
a newer, slicker version will be created to bring more "customers" into the fold.
You have been warned!