I suppose you’ve come across the 5 Figure Day program and are looking for the information whether it is legit or scam. I do the same with everything. When I hear about some new product or program, I always look for reviews to see whether it is worth buying or not. We don’t want to waste our money and time, right?
You can be sure neither this 5 Figure Day review nor any other review on my site is written to make you buy. I hate lies and hype over something that doesn’t provide any value. Now let’s have a look at the 5 Figure Day.
Name: 5 FIGURE DAY
Price: $7 Trial for 7 days, then $97 per month
Owner: Bryan Winters
Overall Rank: scam
What is 5 Figure Day about?
The program is supposed to provide you with “an opportunity to generate $1000’s online and to build a huge email list. The money is in the list!” is the claim in an e-mail you receive after signing up. However, it only shows you how to promote 5 Figure Day website. You would send promotion e-mails, promote in social media and forums. There is no actual product to promote, no real product. So you are paying $97 per month to be allowed to promote the website of 5 Figure Day.
There’s another problem related to this. They are saying they are giving you free sites but the sites are But search engines don’t The free sites they give you are duplicate sites that won’t rank in search engines and offer little value.
What I like:
There’s a 7-day trial which costs $7 but I could have a look at the members area for free. When I clicked on the Free Trial and added my e-mail address, I received an e-mail with login details but when I clicked on the url, I was in the members area without logging in so I didn’t have to pay the $7.
However, if you wanted to make money with this program, you would have to pay for the membership. But the good thing is that you can browse their members area for free first before you decide whether you want to continue.
I like free trials because you can try the program and see if it fits you. It is easier than buying the product without seeing what’s in and then claiming your money back if you don’t like it (if there is a money back guarantee).
What I don’t like:
1) No clear description what to do
When I saw the members area, I didn’t know what to do, where to start. There is a video on the top of the page and then some information that looks like a mess to me. No clear instructions where to start, what to do. If you want to set up the funnels they are offering, you have to upgrade to premium.
2) No real value in a product or training
It is just saying you can begin to set up your e-mails quickly and start earning commissions. Auto-pilot lists, income building software, a lot of crap. I’ve seen these claims before. “Everything is simple and everyone can do it”, that kind of stuff.
So all in all, the members area is just one page providing value that is next to nothing.
3) No support or forum
You have to pay a monthly fee to be a member. For me, to pay a monthly fee makes sense if you get continuous support together with valuable training. If you are paying, you want something in return, right? But in this program, you don’t get any live support, there is no forum to share ideas and recommendations with others and I don’t think you get anything valuable later on being a long-term member. You can only submit a ticket with a question and then have to wait for the answer. Who knows for how long.
Apart from the free affiliate pages, they claim you will get resources to help you generate traffic to your landing page.
The traffic is generated using the so-called solo ads. Solo ads method uses someone else’s e-mail subscriber list to send your promotional e-mails to their subscribers. Obviously, it is not for free, you have to pay for that.
Other types of traffic generation they mentioned about include banner ads, ad swaps, forum marketing, social media marketing, etc…
The main tactic used in the system is to use something called solo ads. This is basically ‘borrowing’ another person’s email subscriber list to promote your own product. You pay a fee, and they send an email you designed to their subscribers. Here is an example of the emails you will send.
5 Figure Day – legit or scam?
I guess it is obvious from the above that 5 Figure Day isn’t anything I would recommend. You are charged a significant amount of money for almost no value. All you get is low-quality training and free affiliate pages. So the final verdict is that this product is a scam. Probably the only person who earns money with this program is Bryan Winters.
I assume each of us wants to earn money online but would you be comfortable promoting this program? Would you be able to send e-mails with offers that look like spam?
There are serious ways to make money online. In my opinion and my experience, it is the best to build one or more websites based on your passion, hobby or interest. It is easier than I would ever think. You just create a simple website about something you are interested in and learn how to get people see it i.e. visit your website. You can make making money this way.
This is called affiliate marketing and you can read about the principles here: Can anyone do affiliate marketing?. Not all programs offered on the internet are scams like 5 Figure Day.