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The Fearless Momma Review (Make $250 in Your Sleep?)

The Fearless Momma Review

Welcome to my The Fearless Momma review!

Will this instant funnel really bring you $250 commissions without having to learn how to sell anything?

Well, maybe.

But it's not all unicorns and rainbows with this system.

There are some definite risks you'll want to consider first.

(Nothing's ever as easy as it seems, right?)

Have a look at The Fearless Momma review and see why I do NOT recommend this one.

Let's dig in.

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The Fearless Momma Summary

Product: The Fearless Momma
Cost: $250, $1000, $3000, $5000
Owner(s): Tammy Montgomery and Tim Berger
Good For: Learning some internet marketing skills

The Fearless Momma Logo

What is The Fearless Momma?

The video on the first sales page claims that you can make $250 in the next 72 hours. The woman in the video, Tammy, does say results are based on your efforts. This is true for everything, and I'm happy she pointed that out.

(But then she goes on to say that you can have the system work for you so you don't have to work. )

She scrolls through her list of leads in the video:

The Fearless Momma Review - Leads

They recommend purchasing leads via solo ads:

The Fearless Momma review - they recommend you purchase solo ads

So already we know that this is going to cost more money above and beyond the cost of the product.

Solo ads are leads you can buy from someone who has an email list. For instance, Joe may have a big list of people who want to make money online. You can buy an "ad" from him. What this means is that he'll send your product offer to his email list for a certain amount of money per click (usually $0.50 to $1).

You might buy 100 clicks from Joe, and that can cost you $50-$100. From there, you'll make commissions from anyone who buys.

If you'd like to go a little deeper into solo ads and what they are, I found this article.

Now keep in mind that just because you buy clicks doesn't mean that people will then go on to buy your product. That's why it can be a little bit risky - and can turn into a big investment as you test out different solo ads to see what works.

Of course, you don't have to buy traffic to do this. You can use SEO, but that takes time to build up (at least a few months) and there are other issues with this that I will discuss a little later.

The second sales page shows our narrator's email and it's showing how he made sales "even while he sleeps". That's like every person's dream, right? That's why all these sales videos talk about that.

Make money in your sleep with The Fearless Momma?

This sales video is pretty convincing. This guy has $250 sales coming in and coming in and coming in.

So, you might be thinking, "What's the problem with this, Christina?"

Let's talk about it.


How Does ​The Fearless Momma Work?

OK, this The Fearless Momma review is turning out to be very similar to the Instant Cash Solution review that I did. It turns out, this is one of those "pay to play" type of systems.

In other words, you pay $250 for The Fearless Momma, and you'll get some training videos on how to sell The Fearless Momma system. This is the way they explain it:

The Fearless Momma - 100% Commissions

In addition, from the research I did, there are higher levels than $250. There's a $1000 level, a $3000 level and a $5000 level. Now let's say you are just at the $250 level and someone buys from you at the $5000 level. You don't get $5000 because you're not at that level.

This is one of those tricks these kinds of systems use to try to get you to buy into a larger piece of the pie. I know, I know. It's so tempting thinking about selling $5000 products to people.

But the likely scenario is that you're going to lose out big time. (This is why MOBE and Digital Altitude got shut down by the FCC.)

Now, with regular affiliate marketing (that's what I do), you promote a company's product(s) and you get a small commission for it. In this case, the company isn't paying you. Instead, your referral pays you directly.

And again, if you're at a lower level, and someone you refer buys at a higher level, someone above YOU who's at the higher level will qualify for those commissions instead of you.


Is The Fearless Momma a Scam?

Well, first of all, I didn't purchase the product myself. I'm not really into spending $250 on this. So, from that point of view, I don't want to 100% call it a scam because I haven't truly tested it out myself.

Also, you do get some training for your money. It looks like decent training.

Thumbs Down

But I wouldn't recommend this program because of a few reasons, which you'll see listed in the cons section.

The Fearless Momma Review - Pros

  • You probably can make some money with this eventually.

The Fearless Momma Review - Cons

  • The best way to do this is to buy leads, which can get expensive, and there's no guarantee those leads will buy anything.
  • You could potentially use SEO (search engine optimization), but that will take you a while and because you're selling the same thing as everyone else, you will need to find a way to make it unique so that Google won't see your site as duplicate content.
  • You're learning how to sell the same system you bought. There's not a ton of value in that.
  • You may be tempted to buy into the higher levels, and that can really get expensive.

There's Very Little Value Here

This is just my opinion, and you can feel free to do whatever you like, but I really don't see the point of these pay-to-play "products". To me, there's very little value in it because you're not learning a lot of marketable skills. You're learning how to do 1 thing - resell the same program you purchased.

I also just think this is really, really risky if you try going up to those higher levels. How are you going to convince people to spend that much money on this? You might have to buy lots and lots of leads, and then what? How much money are you going to be out?

Things like this just make me nervous and I think it's way too risky.

Why not learn some marketable skills instead and really learn how to make money online the right way?


Learn to Make Money Online the Right Way

I know learning how to do something the right way isn't as sexy and exciting as making $250 in your sleep. But when you learn how to do things the right way, you'll have a lasting income that you won't have to fear will be shut down by the FCC.

Plus you can learn skills that you can take with your anywhere.

Now you might be thinking that you don't want to go back to school to learn these skills, or you can't afford it.

I actually learned how to put this site together through online training. You can even try it out for free for as long as you like. (Although, I wouldn't stay a free member if you really want to learn how to make money online because there's just not enough information in the free courses.)

You can check out everything they have to offer here in my review.


Conclusion

Again, feel free to do whatever you feel is the best choice for you. I personally wouldn't recommend The Fearless Momma. It just doesn't seem worth it to me because there's a big risk of losing a bunch of money.

Instead, see the site that can teach you how to create your own income-producing website, step-by-step. Over 45 people have already joined with me this year! Click here to see a detailed look into this site.


Do you have any questions about my The Fearless Momma review? What do you think of these pay-to-play types of systems? Have you ever tried them? Were you successful or did you lose money? Leave me your thoughts down below!


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About the Author Christina Piccoli

Christina loves petting cats. She loves writing and reading. She tries to stay away from tortilla chips. She's usually unsuccessful. She thinks it's weird to talk in third person. Read more about her here.

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  • Felicity says:

    Thanks for sharing your honest review on The Fearless Momma. It’s my first time of knowing about this platform and must say that personally signing up on this for the start with 250 dollars is on a high side and to be it’s a red flag for me in joining fearless momma. Well as you said it’s a matter of choice but my choice is that it’s to risky for me to invest in this platform. Great article. Good job!

    • Christina Piccoli says:

      I do thinking signing up for The Fearless Momma for $250 is a bit on the high side. You can sign up for 6 months with Wealthy Affiliate for less, and you can learn really marketable skills that can help you well into the future.

  • Tracy cole says:

    This article is exceptionally rich in information, this is an exhaustive and helpful article indeed! I must commend you for taking your time to experience every action to revealing these secrets. I have tested  fearless momma before now and I can confirm to you that its a scam. I lost nothing less than $500 on the platform. I wish newbies can read this in order not to fall victim

    • Christina Piccoli says:

      Hi Tracy. Thank you for sharing your experience with The Fearless Momma. I’m sorry that you lost out with them. Unfortunately, it does happen sometimes. It’s happened to me in the past too!

      That’s why I am an affiliate marketer now and I endorse Wealthy Affiliate. Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to create your own affiliate marketing website. It’s good to learn how to do this because it’s something that’s all your own where you don’t need to rely on anyone else. 

      Not only that, but you can also learn marketable skills that you can then take to the offline world too. Many people learn new skills inside of Wealthy Affiliate and then they go out and get clients who need those skills..

  • Jagi Egnell says:

    I enjoyed reading The Fearless Momma review 

    It seems every day something new pops up on how to make money really fast. Your honest evaluation is done in a very tasteful manner. 

    Although you haven’t tried the product, your review is very in-depth as well very knowledgeable to those who might be looking into this product.

    I noticed that a lot of products endorse get rich quick schemes. This one seems to be doing that as well; another thing I want to mention is some of the people who show up on this video can easily be found endorsing products all over the web.

    Seriously I wonder how these people can even afford all these products that they are trying to sell. Upsells start climbing up the wall pretty fast on this one.

    I guess with all the moms starting mommy blogs; fearless momma seems to be trying to capitalize in on that.

    Thank you for a comprehensive review. I am a mom myself and was thinking about starting mommy blog, but this program I will definitely pass on.

    • Christina Piccoli says:

      I understand why people want to go to get rich quick schemes – because they seem like they’re easy to do and you can make a lot of money. The problem is, they never work! 

      And in this case, I think you can actually make money with this, but the problem is that you have to spend money to make money here, and I think that’s going to be too difficult for most people.

      I’m trying to help people find ways to make more money working from home, not spend it all on a product that they may or may not be able to sell enough of. 

      Anyway, I thank you for your comment on my The Fearless Momma review! 

  • Mustapha Ibrahim says:

    Many thanks for your thorough review on The Fearless Momma. A very good warning to stay away. Articles like yours are so important and a blessing enabling people to avoid being taken! As they say, if its too good to be true, then be wary! Thank you once again for taking time and share this article.

  • afolabi anumicheal says:

    Thanks  for writing this review on The Fearless Momma. You really did well in putting  this informative post together. Although this is my first time of reading about The Fearless Momma but from what I have read into the review on how expensive it is to start with, I don’t think is a good product for newbies and more over buying this product don’t guarantee any one will be buying it from you since it the same product everyone will be selling over and over again like you said 

    • Christina Piccoli says:

      In a way, I suppose The Fearless Momma would be pretty easy to set up for newbies since you’re not just copying what everyone else it doing, but I still don’t recommend it because of the expense and because I think it’s a good idea to learn how to create your own site and learn everything that goes into that. 

  • Sammynathaniels says:

    Saying that results are gotten from effort then coming back latter to say one do not need to work at all that the system will do everything is kind of contradictory. This is the kind of misconception we look out for when checking for the legitimacy of a platform of which the fearless momma has failed already 

    • Christina Piccoli says:

      Yes, I agree somewhat, but really, that’s the least of the worries with this one. I really am not a fan of the pay to play aspect of The Fearless Momma and it’s possible that they may get shut down some day too. 

  • Matthew says:

    This is a really good review of The Fearless Momma. I can totally agree with you about the pricing and on top of that having to pay for solo ads.

    Even if you started st the $250 level the amount of money for those solo ads can double your expense.

    I have heard a lot of people not really recommend solo ads especially for the newbie.

    I wouldn’t recommend The Fearless Momma neither mostly because of the cost and solo ads.

    I would like to mention that where you give the pros and cons of The Fearless Momma Review.

    You said Gold Opinions Review Pros

    Gold Opinions Review Cons

    None the less a good review and Wealthy Affiliate is an awesome choice to. Especially for the newbie and people who want to build a website.

    • Thank you so much for the comment on The Fearless Momma review! I too worry about all of the costs that will add up with this program. I suppose if you have money to burn, then go for it. But I assume that most people who are looking for online work do not have a lot of extra!

      I’ve fixed the pros and cons section of The Fearless Momma! Thanks for pointing that out. 🙂

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