Internet to Income Review [It’s Worth the High Price, But…]

Internet to Income Review

Welcome to my Internet to Income review!

Today we are talking about a coaching program offered by Patric Chan. Patric has a special offer where he's going to coach a limited number of students in internet marketing so that they have a better chance to succeed. It's going to cost ya though.

You might have some questions like: Who is Patric Chan? How much is this going to cost? Is it worth it? And are there any alternatives?

I'll answer all of those questions and much more below, so keep reading this Internet to Income review to discover what this program is all about.

My #1 Recommendation for Website Training:

Internet to Income Summary

Product: Internet to Income

Cost: $997 or two payments of $597 

Owner(s): Patric Chan

Good For: People who want to take their affiliate marketing business to the next level

Internet to Income Review

What is Internet to Income?

Internet to Income has two introduction videos. Unfortunately, I couldn't get the sound to work on the first one, so I skipped that page and moved on to the second video.

These videos are both from Patric Chan, a real person who has been in the internet marketing game for many years and is known as a Super Affiliate for ClickBank. (That means he's really good at affiliate marketing.) He's also the creator of CB Passive Income.

Patric Chan from Internet to Income

Patric Chan from Internet to Income.

In the video Patric says that he wants to share an opportunity with us where we can work closer with him to take our business to the next level.

He says there are no upsells of any kind with this program. You just pay a one-time fee (or you can split the payment in two).

He mentions that you can take courses or workshops, but in order to really succeed in online business, it's going to take a little more than that because a course can teach you only so much.

Patric says that by offering continuous training and coaching, he can help us achieve success quicker and easier. Let's dive in a little more and see what you get for your money.

How Does Internet to Income Work?

According to the sales page, Patric will deliver new training every month. He says that his campaigns are executable, which means that you should be able to make money the first month that you start.

He says the strategies that he teaches are the same strategies that he uses to make millions online. They're not just for learning and education, but they're for executing on so that you can make money as soon as possible.

You'll also get two live coaching sessions with Partic every month when you can submit your website and have him review it for feedback.

And you'll get access to the Inner Circle, which is a closed-door group where Patric shares some of his ideas and strategies and where you can ask questions to Patric and other Inner Circle Members.

One of the things he shares here is:

The Inner Circle gives you more information about internet marketing.

(Hm, there's something in here that's a little shady. Do you see it? Let's get back to this later...)

You also get: 

  • A Live Workshop (the workshop is held on Malaysia, but it will be live streamed)
  • The Digital eCommerce Blueprint
  • The CB Super Affiliate Coaching
  • Traffic to Income Masterclass
  • The 10-Day Copywriting Class
  • Autoresponder with 100k outgoing email credit
  • Archived Marketing Campaigns
  • The Robert G. Allen Audio Collection

There's certainly a decent amount of valuable information packed into this coaching membership. But is it worth it? 

Is Internet to Income a Scam?

Internet to Income is not a scam, it's a legitimate coaching program with a very successful internet marketer. It does look like you get a good deal of value for the money. I didn't personally sign up for the program, so I can't tell you if it's completely worth it.

But I would give it a thumbs up anyway because it's never a bad idea to learn directly from someone with so much success. With that said, nothing is without its faults. Let's go over some of the pros and cons. 

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Pros & Cons


  • Patric Chan is a real person with a lot of success
  • It looks like you get a lot of value with this program 
  • The training is set up to be actionable so that you can make money quickly


  • Expensive (as coaching programs generally are) 
  • Not guaranteed to make money (no program can guarantee that though as it depends on what you put into it) 
  • Maybe uses shady tactics

Shady Marketing Tactics?

Remember how I showed the image above and said there was something a little shady in there? Let's show the image again.

The Inner Circle gives you more information about internet marketing.

This says that in the Inner Circle group Partic will share some of his secrets, like this one about crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is basically where people are paid to do really small tasks (usually for very small pay.) Amazon has a crowdsourcing site called Mechanical Turk, for instance. (I talk about my experience with that here.)

What I think it a little shady is that he's basically saying that he'll show you how to pay people to get likes, I'm assuming on social media such as Facebook and Instagram. Honestly, that's not cool.

I understand that many marketers out there do that type of thing, but it's not authentic. To me, this says you're going to learn how to trick people. I don't like it. But that's just my opinion. You're free to do as you wish.

Is Internet to Income Worth It?

Honestly, this is for you to decide because $997 is quite a lot of money to part with. I do believe you will get a lot of value from the program. For me, I am not interested at this time because I already have all the coaching I need with my #1 recommendation, and it's at a much lower cost.

Let me tell you more about it below.

My #1 Recommendation and How it Compares

Wealthy Affiliate is my #1 recommendation for affiliate marketing training, and you can read my Wealthy Affiliate review to get an in-depth look at everything this program offers.

While Wealthy Affiliate is different from Internet to Income, I'd like to do some comparisons between the two.


Internet to Income has monthly training. With Wealthy Affiliate you have access to 2 full training courses, both of which can take you from no website to a fully-functioning website that can be monetized with affiliate marketing.

You also have access to Live Weekly Trainings. These are not the kind where you get sold a product at the end. They are true training sessions on different topics every Friday.


Internet to Income has 2 live coaching calls with Patric per month. Wealthy Affiliate's owners (Kyle & Carson) are active withing the community almost daily. They create blog posts, comment on their members blog posts and show up in Live Chat to help answer questions.

Not only that, but many of the top affiliates and ambassadors are there to help out, answer questions and create additional trainings and resources for members.

Community Support

Internet to Income has a closed-group Inner Circle where you can ask questions of Patric and other members. I'm not entirely sure where this closed group is located, but I'm guessing Facebook as many of the programs out there use Facebook groups for these types of things.

That's fine. Facebook groups are a nice way to communicate with other members. However, I never find them to be as good as what Wealthy Affiliate offers. Wealthy Affiliate has a community inside of its platform, which is extremely active and hopping 24/7.

That means if you have a question, need some guidance, or just want to chat with like-minded people, there's always someone available. You can connect with people through personal blogs (theirs or your own), by asking questions (there's an actual place for questions) or through live chat.

When Partic says a course can only get you so far, he's right. You have to take action on that course, and I personally feel that support is extremely important. And Wealthy Affiliate's support system is exceptional. You often see members referring to the community as family:

Wealthy Affiliate is a family.

By the way, WA means Wealthy Affiliate.


The cost for Patric's coaching is $997. Pretty pricey, but not unreasonable for his level of expertise. On the other hand, you can get so much more with Wealthy Affiliate at a much lower price.

First, you can join as a Free Starter Member to check things out and make sure it's right for you. There's no credit card required so you don't have to worry about automatic re billing.

You can stay a free starter member as long as you like, but I don't recommend it because you'll have limited access. You'll want full access so that you can get all the training and all the support to help grow your income into a full-time income.

Premium Members pay just $19 for your first month (if you join in the first 7 days) and $49 / month after that. If you break down Patric's pricing per month, it would be over $83. You can even get the price of Wealthy Affiliate lowered by signing up for the 6-month plan ($234 / 6 months) or the yearly plan ($359 / year).

What's even better is Wealthy Affiliate also has hosting included for Premium members. You can host up to 25 sites on your own domains for no additional cost. That includes full 24/7 technical support anytime you have issues.

There's much more too, but you can read my full Wealthy Affiliate review to see.


I hope this Internet to Income review gave you an idea of the best choice for you. I do think Patric is very knowledgeable and has a fantastic amount of experience. He would be a great person to learn from.

However, if the cost of his coaching is a bit too much right now, you can learn everything you need, and get all the tools you need, from Wealthy Affiliate.

You'll get web hosting included (Free members can build 2 free websites on Wealthy Affiliate's SiteRubix platform, and Premium members can host up to 25 sites on their own domains), community support, technical support, and all the step by step training you need to get your site up and monetized.

All at a much lower cost. 

Do you have any questions or comments about this Internet to Income review? Leave them for me down below!

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10 thoughts on “Internet to Income Review [It’s Worth the High Price, But…]”

  1. Thank you for a great review here on Internet to Income. I agree that the crowdsourcing mentioned here is not cool. Not only isn’t non-authentic social media reach not cool I think it also can be money wasted as you might be paying to reach those who are only half-interested or worse bots. I think authentic reach takes time and effort. A great platform, which you’ve referenced here, to create authentic reach is Wealthy Affiliate. WA has a platform and community like no other really. Everyone who hasn’t heard of Wealthy Affiliate should follow the link, well done!

    • There is some room for automation, but to pretend that more people like your pages and posts than really do just doesn’t seem authentic to me. I feel like people are smart and eventually catch on to stuff like that. Maybe not though. Patric is certainly doing well for himself, so I suppose he knows what he’s doing! 

      I like that Wealthy Affiliate teaches people to be authentic marketers (not that everyone listens…). Just another reason that they’re my #1 recommendation, 

  2. I had issues with CB passive income. Oh the enticing words they had to say to attract people in joining the program. I happened to look into it but there were dead ends. I thought it could be a scam for promising large amount of income. 

    I see a lot of successful affiliate marketers eager to sell their training programs for a steep price. In the end it’s either they go for upsell or the program itself didn’t actually help the subscriber. They don’t  tell much on how to make your business successful. It’s just full of promises and make believes that using their platform can help them earn thousands of dollars in a day. In reality, it’s all up to the person if he can make himself successful or not

    • I did look at CB Passive Income (although I didn’t buy it so I didn’t have a deep look into it) and from what I gathered it wasn’t the best product out there. There were some pieces missing. But, Patric obviously knows what he’s doing, so learning from him could be useful. 

      I just personally prefer spending my money on Wealthy Affiliate, where I can get weekly live trainings, web hosting, community support, technical support and so much more. It’s a no brainer for me.