Coffee Shop Millionaire

Coffee Shop Millionaire is the internet marketing course from Anthony Trister.

Coffee Shop Millionaire teaches how to release your own info product, drive traffic to your website and build the email list.



If you want to say something more about this product, do not hesitate to leave the comment below.

Before buying any product, remember:

  1. Never spend money you cannot afford to lose.
  2. Never use borrowed money.
  3. Do not believe that you can get rich overnight.
  4. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Comments

  1. I’ve been doing a review of this product since it came up. And it’s a pretty good value for the low price Trister is currently asking.

    You get 40+ videos in a package, either by Andrew or some of his affiliates. There’s beginner, Intermediate, and advanced levels. As well, you are given some great “cash machines” which you can use to generate immediate income by helping your local businesses improve their own search engine traffic.

    While it isn’t perfect, and some of his marketing is a bit over the top (promises not kept), over all it is a good start and gives an insight into how affiliate-guru’s do their super releases and generate tons of money online.

    I recommend everyone – newbie and experienced pro alike – get into this before he closes it down.

  2. This is the “Warning Message!!!” to those who like me want to make a life change, to discover the beauty of the life on earth!

    “This Training Program is not as Great / Easy as Anthony Trister promised!”

    I just registered yesterday. On the top of first page, the first thing to “Start Your CSM Way” is that you are recommended to build your own website (as it is said: Anthony paied for you, but you need to buy the domain, if you didn’t have any project in mind before, then you may get lost!) Building a website for making money is not that simple. It’s easy to find a excellent design website template, but you need to put your business contents into it, there’s a lot of thing you should take into consideration … So at this stage, I didn’t found any briliant idea there.

    I don’t belive all those positive comments made by real users. Before my registration, I could found some comments on their page, people discussing on a page, like on the “Support Page”, there were some real users reviws with anxiety. Today, I went to every coner of their site, no where I could find these comments again. They might have been deleted. Why! Hope this was their Tech Issue.

    Another thing you should pay attention to, this programe is monthly subscription, once you clicking buy, make sure that your money will not automatically go to CSM each month in the future. This is not visibly mentioned in any of their presentation.

    My first impression, their website design is Quite Basic PHP site, when you first registered, you may encounter password invalid message. Even you logged in, but you need to have another set of password to entre Support Page (not reasonable design). With such website building level, how could I imagine that they can teach me the real tech to build an online business? It seems like that they were hurry in operation.

    Talking about the training program, I quickly went through all the videos, but I really didn’t find how to make this METHOD work without having your own product and your own website. They just give you some exemples, but very in general, no step by step details, or well-structured course.

    They even teach you how to be Home Writer for making money online. But that is not what attracted me to Anthony Trister’s CSM.

    They got some Website Building Tech Tutorial, such as How to add PapPal, make WordPress page (very poor audio quality) ,these kind of tutorials can be found everywhere in internet. This is not core objective of CSM, in my point of view.

    Anthony Trister is a scam or not is too early to say, I hope that his successful stories are True. Maybe he is not good to be a teacher, maybe he just wants to make Millions from us the subscribers. I hope he could soon prove himself. This is not only the question of money paied for this program, this is the question of the Dream and Trust people should keep in this world!

    I’ll be back here later to tell you guys if I found anything has Great Value in his training program.

    Stay tuned.

  3. Dear Nicki,
    Thanks for your honest review.

  4. ‘sigh’ !
    one is saying it’s great and the other is saying it’s bad !
    I don’t know people! I’m confused !
    and do i really have to build my own website ! that’s a disaster !

  5. Bobby HuntNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks Nicki for the honest comment you posted, well I just brought the program 2/16/12. And it seems like I got a long road ahead of me. Chasing a dream ain’t as easy as CSM states, I hope I didn’t get suck into making them rich. Nevertheless I still got the Hope of becoming a millionaire myself. Please let me know if you succeeded by now since 2/25/11. It strange that I purchased my program also in February same as you. Is February the month that CSM makes their riches. Please keep inform of your progress to give people like myself the HOPE!!!! Thanks Nicki for being honest

  6. Thanks Nicki. I recall in the beginning of the CSM pitch, Anthony says, ‘No website needed’, but here you are letting everyone know we must build our own website. That says it ALL!

  7. Alibaba FortitheivesNo Gravatar says:

    Hmmm appears that the site has been up for over a year. Doesnt look like he was taking it down as fast as he said. Sorry I dont trust it. The presentation was far too long and I found myself getting bored as he repeated the same things over and over. I will invest in 37 lottery tickets and have just as much of a chance at getting to be a millionaire, maybe even better.

  8. Thanks guys! you have saved me from this hyped scam. I will look somewhere else for better hope.
    We need people like Nicki on the internet!

  9. Kelly MorrisonNo Gravatar says:

    Once again {its to good to be true}

  10. David RNo Gravatar says:

    Just recieved my once in a life time link via another email, and if it were this easy to make so much money why is there so much poverty. Everyone who uses the web has probably seen more than one of these sites/links pop up somewhere in the course of their computer use. Just like those overseas claims of millions just waiting for you, all they need is $X amount and the rest is yours(yeah right). The small amount they ask for is so enticing,when you multiply that by alot of suckers(and there are) of course one will become rich!

  11. Well I paid the money to Click Bank 7 days ago

    Have HEARD NOTHING
    RECEIVED NOTHING
    Don’t intend paying over and over without Writen Disclaimer in Materials, that I would be charged
    monthly fee!

    NO response to Inquiry Tickets
    Redirected by their Support Team to SALES VIDEO now 6 times!

  12. Jose MaldonadoNo Gravatar says:

    To All: Thank you to your comments! You saved to me, not to get enrolled! For sure, any of his collaborator (close friends or staff member) must be reading your comments. And, Why they do not react?

  13. Everyone involved in this is a liar and a scammer, it is a shame that someone would actually still think of scamming people.What adolescent came up with this idea and preyed on the needy in this poor economy.
    When you guarantee a refund and you place your name and reputation as collateral, then you do not deliver, it means you have no name, no reputation,no honor,no respect for yourself.
    I want my refund

  14. dandrewsNo Gravatar says:

    Glad I saw this before I bought the 297.00 package. I am not an internet savvy person and to lose 37.00 is bad enough, but I will not spend another dime. Also, his promise of not needing a website or needing a product makes me know this has to be a scam.

  15. mermaidNo Gravatar says:

    Don’t be confused, this is not a good thing to throw your time nor money into! Extremely hard, if not impossible to make a good living, or even decent amount of extra cash from! Promises promises……. they all are the same and this one along with smc is sooo not worth it, they will try and take more and more money from you as you go along even if you stop doing it!!!! Terrible! Don’t get sucked into this scam!

  16. Carl DemarNo Gravatar says:

    All i can say is: Waste of Time and Money! Lots of hype but no delivery!

  17. Alas the truth comes to the forefront, its a crying shame that there are still “Internet Marketing Guru’s” taking the piss and ripping off folks on a daily basis to the tune of “millions of $$”

    FACT
    Making money online is a skill and one that NOT everyone has the ability to learn. If you are focused driven and have a good support group you will make money from the internet but it comes slowly until you get proficient at a few things.

    There a folks “like myself” that teach the basic’s for free … all you have to do is ask…

    Tony.B aka Mission0ps

  18. I bought this in June this year, only thing is, I bought the almost $400 upgrade as well! I sat and thought for a while before doing it but reasoned that if I was going to get involved I had to get my hands dirty and get on with it.

    So far I’ve received absolutely nothing, Zip, Zilch, Zero, Nowt.

    Emails to the support bring exactly the same result, the one bright spot in all this is the domain name I found by accident in the sign up but that’s my skill not his.

    I suppose we live and learn, He promises a money siphon and that’s what you get, unfortunately it’s YOUR money he’s siphoning!

  19. MichaelNo Gravatar says:

    Bought the initial package of $27 and then was crazy enough to fork out $147 for the next. What I got was absolutely nothing that I thought it was and also found that practically everything had additional costs that were not disclosed so I immediately asked for a refund. I received a very fast response offering more free stuff to keep it but when I said no the responses have not been quick. Have a funny feeling it will be like pulling teeth to get that Guaranteed no pressure refund.

  20. I bought Coffee shop millionaire and just got a refund today. Its probably OK IF and this is a big IF you already know how to set up a webpage, with a landing page, have someway set up to get paid when the customer clicks on the button to buy, have automation set up so that the customer gets a link/password to another site so he can get the product. If youve got all that down and ready first….then you may get something out of the program. If you dont, buying CSM is the same as buying a racing car without tires. It may have the potential to get you somewhere fast, but without the tires…you cant even get it on the track to see how it will perform… and they dont provide any info on how to get up and running. Im still starting from scratch as CSM doesnt even get you on the track.

  21. David BeckerNo Gravatar says:

    I bought this program . Then I got on the BBB site & it said it was a SCAM !!!! I E-mailed them about 4 or 5 Times for Refund !!!! They finally , put MY Money back into My Account !!!!! ” BEWARE” !!!!

  22. Thank you for sharing your points of view. It appears that all comments are negative concerning the program and is disappointing. Apparently no one has made money out of the different ideas. Please share if someone has had any success story. Thanks.

  23. THANK YOU ALL!ALMOST DID IT TODAY.nov102012,if you all can help with some way’s to make money online feel free to email me or if you now of some free training ,please!so glad i found some real truth from you all thank you really
    stevecassavoy [at] yahoo.com

  24. hey steve, if you can see my email address…contact me.
    sisimist [at] yahoo.in

  25. when it comes down to it people who have websites could do the same with a blog…a nice wordpress blog…also, try doing some ads on your blog.. I would start this way before buying a site. sort of get your feet wet. wordpress blogs don’t allow ads i believe, however blogspot does.

    anywho, there are many sites which will assist you with building a blog. I purchased a site and all the additions for a year…and the only thing i got out of it were email addresses which made me look like i had a business of my own. That’s it. I felt worthy of the internet business community…but i never got anything out of it, and did not sell one thing. so don’t buy into a website until you are ready.

    good luck…
    and steve…send me an email …i gave it when asked, but i am not sure if you have access to it. I couldn’t see yours, though you requested an email

  26. oh was this supposed to be about coffee shop millionaire? by now, everyone should know that clickbank is a overhyped broker to sell products which do not work. they are mostly the informercials you see at 2 am. if it weren’t so, why don’t they have legitimate websites for their products? ones you can find easily? if they cared that much about their business, surely they would hire a marketing person to get them some rank on google, bing and yahoo so that their products will sell themselves right? why have other people, or affiliates sell for them? because the products are no good. if you notice, they ask for an email address, and you start getting odd emails. make an account just for clickbank products and see how many emails you get. when you put your email in, they add you to a list and bombard you with spam. also, any product which you see that is sold with a video, go on click bank and look it up- it does not cost anything to become a member. look it up, and see how many people have purchased it, and how many costs are associated with it…like how many tiers of payment after the initial payment to get the full product. be proactive, you will be able to see all of this as an affiliate of clickbank, so sign up and be nosy. if someone is willing to give you a commission to sell their product online, something is wrong. why not sell it themselves and make all the money? because they know that the more people selling, the more “fools” they will reach. This instead of using marketing strategies and getting a high search engine rank. c’mon. the higher the rank, the more traffic, the bigger the profit. so wouldn’t that be the better business choice for a legitimate business? take note. any site which gives you a page that says “are you sure you want to leave this page” is no good for you. they are trying to sell you something at all cost. when you have a legit product it sells itself- like ipads, ipods and other big brands right? you don’t see APPle looking for affiliates. use your money and create an APP.

  27. Hey, steve and sheri, i posted your emails in the comments for your convenience. If you feel that is inappropriate and want them to be removed, just say it.

  28. glad I saw this site, almost bought csm after watching video but wanted to research it. glad I did.

  29. Thanks so much for all the comments about coffee sop millionare. I almost signed up, as they preassure you to sign up or the offer may not be there again. Iwas more afraid that it might be a scam where they can steal your money by using your credit card or bank card. I am not very savy to the internet and do not understand how you know its safe to devulge your financial information. If anyone would e mail me about this it would be appreciated. thanks. ruthhingston [at] hotmail.com

  30. I am so glad I found this review site. I spent a lot of time trying to find out what CSM really was, only to get page after page of supposed reviews, that were nothing more than fishing sites to get you to join. None of them said what was being done, just that you could become a millionaire just by joining.
    A few years ago I tried affiliate marketing, spent hours researching products, even more time thinking of different ways of saying the same thing in the adds I was posting, and for all the adds I posted, never got one view, much less one click. Some of my adds even had tens of thousands of words attached (which was supposedly how to attract more traffic).
    I wish to be fair, at least a little, in that I suppose it might be possible to make money at pay to click advertising… but you would either need to be a marketing genius, or extremely lucky, in my opinion. I have since published an e-book on amazon that has made more money than I ever did with click adds. It’s an adventure story called Dragorian.
    Also, isn’t it great how the CSM website is only going to bu up for a short time, though it’s more than two years into its “short time”? I’m so glad to have found these comments, to warn me to the scam that CSM really is, and how its just another gateway to click bank, and one you have to pay for.
    Maybe someone could put up a site and advertise “all the information you’ll ever need to become a Billionaire!” and have it attached to a browser that allows access to the world wide web. I’m sure the world wide web has all the information you would ever need to become a billionaire… but without anything more specific, it’d probably be easier to put your contacts in using a fire hose on at full blast.

  31. i dont even know wat my username and password are! i just finished paying and cant login..tips?

  32. adminNo Gravatar says:

    You can try Clickbank’s order support:
    https://www.clkbank.com/clkbank.htm

  33. KatanaNo Gravatar says:

    thank you…been sitting on this website link for awhile…finally watched the LONG presentation and was utterly confused….it never tells you exactly what the program is….but even so, i was just about sold when i saw the low price tag but then i did some looking around to find out “what is coffee shop millionaire?” the first 5 or so links that come up in my web browser explain it pretty well but they are almost identical in wording which got me suspicious, each “review” was by a different person. what really irked me was that the list of pros & cons were word for word the same for each of the reviews. finally down the list i hit this site and i finally get a no BS assessment from REAL PEOPLE so thank you all…. i think i’ll go put 37 bucks down on the lottery too.

  34. CharlesNo Gravatar says:

    I just started looking at the ad that was sent to me . From the start it was so ambigues I only listened to the first 3 min of and could it was a scam. you could not even see the numbers he was talking about was this 2011, 2012,2013? what a load DONT DO IT<<> if you must ive the money to your nearest grade school . you are investing in the future

  35. MandyNo Gravatar says:

    Don’t do it. Save your money. I bought in with a $9.00 investment out of curiosity. That’s all you get, in. From there they spam you with emails trying to get you to buy more, which is required to get anywhere. It’s the same way on the site. You can’t do anything without a required payment for access. All these people want to do is drain your bank account. I knew by the next day it was not for me. Since they advertise a 100% money back guarantee, I sent an email to the customer service info provided for them on my payment record in PayPal. It’s bad info. The email bounced right back to me. So I opened a service ticket through the Cash Machines site requesting a refund. That was days ago and there has been no response. They do not intend to honor their money back guarantee apparently. I finally filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. Maybe they can get somewhere with these people. I know $9.00 isn’t much. For me it’s more about principle. They offer a money back guarantee within 60 days. I asked for my money back in 1. I expect them to honor their guarantee. Stay away from the scam artist. They’ll do their best to suck you dry financially. If you buy everything they try to sell you, you’d easily be up to a few thousand dollars investment and there’s still no guarantee you would finally be at a point where you might actually get something back out of it without another required investment. These people LOVE videos and they like to talk a lot on them. You get to the end thinking it’s over and then you find out they want more money. Forget it…..

  36. Jim CumberNo Gravatar says:

    I am on Social Security Disability (late onset multiple sclerosis with narcolepsy symptom: the narcolepsy symptom is a SURE Job killer! How do you keep a job when you keep falling asleep at the switch?) As I have had some experience with Government “promises” in the 6 years since I was diagnosed, I was quite interested in finding some way to support myself, as I do NOT have ANY confidence in the LIAR in the White House. Look up “al-Taqqiya” in the Qur’an! I stumbled across “Coffee Shop Millionaire” on the internet a few weeks ago and I first thought I could work my way through some sort of internet work-at-home deal to replace my insufficient disability check on a part time basis. I was about to plunk down the advertised $39 “entry fee” when my research of Click-Bank revealed that it was founded by a former NSA employee, which REALLY raised the “RED FLAGS!” So, I dug deeper. Thank Heaven you folks were here to tell the unvarnished TRUTH! Social Security Disability BARELY pays the basic, monthly expenses. I NEED TO BE SCAMMED ABOUT AS MUCH AS I NEED A HOLE IN MY HEAD, OR IN MY MONEY POUCH! I will be GLAD when “JUDGMENT DAY” arrives and all these scam artists receive their JUST REWARDS for trying to scam unfortunates like me…

  37. elismari sanchezNo Gravatar says:

    i love coffee shop millionaire

  38. How do you get the refund? Is there a site URL or phone number to contact them for the refund? This is clearly a waste of time and money

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