Let’s Talk Fusion, Jason Fulton latest program launch. Jason starts with his personal story and how he tried every online way to make money. He states he signed up for a bunch of scams that took his money. He says that he is not like the people who scammed him. So with that said, let’s talk about Fusion – Jason Fulton.
I do not represent Jason Fulton’s Fusion. This is a review of a scam. Please see it as a scam and not a promotion.
Jason has a typical sob story just like all other product offers; for the purpose of, trying to take your money. I’ll tell more about his story later.
It isn’t until a few clicks in that he reveals your future income with Fusion. He says some days you will make $200 and some days you will make $2000. Yet on the other hand he says you will make $3000 in 30 days for only 30 minutes of work a day with the program Fusion.
After all, he promises a one-time start-up fee to get rich.
So, let’s talk Fusion by Jason Fulton and what my recommendations are for you.
Jason falsely eludes to the reality of affiliate marketing. He says you will have to spend thousands to have an online business and you will have to create products to market. Again we will talk more about this later.
Today I would like to cover some key points.
- What the videos reveal to us about Fusion
- What can Fusion offer you
- My recommendations
- Obvious red flags surrounding Fusion
Before I get into the whole story about Fusion and what Jason says, I would like to commend you. On the positive side; if you are here researching Fusion, I am proud of you for taking this step before you get scammed.
If you have joined Jason Fulton’s Fusion already, then I am so sorry. Please continue to read to see the manipulation Jason uses to draw you in. He talks a good talk. It is no wonder his speech drew you in because in reality I also was caught up in the story for a bit.
Program name: Fusion
Founder: Jason Fulton and Jeff Grow
Price: as high as $497, there are so many upsells and then discounts to the upsell that it was hard to keep track of exactly how much this will cost you.
Recommended: After thorough investigation NO I do not recommend Fusion By Jason Fulton
What Does Jason Fulton Say About Fusion?
Jason says you can make at least $200 a day working only 30 minutes a day.
He is so gracious and helpful he tells us that he has done all of the work for you and all you have to do is work a short 30 min a day and make money.
By the end of the upsells, Jason offers you a deal to make five times bigger and faster deals with Fusion.
To my understanding, you will make 5x $200 a day, which is $350,000 a year. From the beginning of the video to the end, your income has increased from $70,000 a year to $350,000 a year with Fusion.
What The Videos Reveal To Us
I watched at least three different videos. Each one said something different and the price was different with each offer. At this point I am confused. What is Jason Fulton offering us with Fusion?
If I am this confused, I would have to say this is a big red flag. An honest program is consistently the same all the way through. Not to mention every time I opened the email with the Fusion offer I heard a sales pitch about a different company.
Yes, it’s true. The first one was a digital online academy. That video just disappeared then the Fusion company and then something about Tony Robbins. I think Tony Robbins was thrown in to help make it look legit.
Jason starts his story pretty bland. If it weren’t for the initial red flags, he might have had me convinced he is just a regular honest guy, and Fusion is an upstanding product.
But as the videos progress, his statements and promises become desperate. Jason’s comments about the possible income kept increasing with each upsell.
What? How Many Upsells?
Jason so graciously offers six upgrade levels that begin at $4.99. This offer was on the first video. The initial offer in the second video was $13.50.
Each offer ranges from $47 to $97. And with each upsell Jason’s voice becomes more desperate. Earlier in the video, he promised a low one-time investment.
He states that you can do this yourself, but if you purchase an upgrade or six he will do the work for you.
When I watched the training video, I felt like he was purposefully not giving full instructions so you would feel pressured to purchase the upsells. Not to mention he made false claims like “I will go over how to write an email later.” But he never talked about emails.
What Can Fusion Offer You?
I watched the video after I placed my order. What Jason is offering is a funnel.
- You build a squeeze page,
- Then you write a 5-minute review of a product,
- Then linked it to an affiliate offer, and you earn lots of money.
- You build an email list
- When someone joins your email list, the link redirects them back to a review page and the affiliate product.
He spends 25 minutes telling you what you need. But 15 minutes of the 25 minutes he is showing you what kind of money other people have made. There is no real proof. No names or proof of income. Only accounts.
He also tells you that you will need to set up a few things to get started.
- email autoresponder
- domain name
- paid traffic
All of which cost more money than the initial $4.99.
You link to a page named Warrior-plus and find affiliate links of products that have a high commission payout.
He claims it is suitable for newbies and you don’t have to know anything. I am an affiliate marketer, and I don’t understand what he is trying to say.
Jason runs through the training so fast I can not follow him. Maybe he does this to get you to buy into the upsells.
He talks about getting traffic to come to your funnel offer and states if you pay for traffic, you will get more.
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So now we are paying for the program, upsells, an autoresponder, a domain, and now paid traffic.
You will need to research other blogs for ads. Then send an email to numerous blogs and ask them to send you an ad. Jason says can advertise on thousands of other websites. REALLY?
Please let me remind you that Jason said this process would take me 30 minutes a day. I am sure I have already clocked a few hours to find ads and send emails.
Jason said he would teach you how to write high-converting emails. Within the same three sentences, he gives you the address for an article on how to do this.
He is very inconsistent. He gave a lot of promises to teach how to do his Fusion program and then he sends you off to a lengthy article to read.
Fusion requires more time than I am sure many of us have.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention that I will make money within 24 hours of setting all of this up.
My Recommendation Regarding Fusion, Jason Fulton
Jason gave a lot of useful information, and it sounds good, but it won’t work to make you lots of money. It involves spamming a ton of people with junk emails. Yes, this can be considered a scam because he makes promises he does not keep.
There are many red flags. The red flags are subtle and hard to spot. These red flags tell me it would be in your best interests to stay far away from Jason’s fusion system.
- Pressure sales: the income potential keeps increasing to outlandish amounts such as $5000- $15,000 each time I click no on an upgrade.
- A play on your emotion: He has a sob story just like all of the other scams.
Jason tells us how he was only making $10 an hour and that was not enough. Then he found out his wife was preganant so he had to make more money to support his family. So he spends $10,000 on affiliate programs and scams. (Really if you don’t have money you don’t spend $10,000 dollars trying to make money.) Until one day he put all of the programs and scams together to form a company that works. This company is Fusion.
- You do get training but it is not understandable and what he says in inconsistent.
- Once you sign up he just keeps leaching money out of you.
- Shows us examples of income earnings that could be from anyone. There is not name on the account.
- After the $4.99 purchase, there are upgrades that cost wayyy too much.
- A claim that it will take you 30 minutes a day to make big money. Yet the tasks he gives will take hours a day to perform.
- A statement the product is worth $997, but you will get a great deal. I never did see how much that great deal was.
- Numerous promises that Jason does not follow through on.
- A statement you will make money tomorrow.
- A promise of “one love investment fee.”
- This scam reeks of false promises and and inconsistency
Is Fusion, Jason Fulton A Scam?
Although Jason does talk about the type of things an affiliate marketer does and some are real I do believe this product is a scam. Jason’s Fusion story is very inconsistent. His statements change frequently and his claim to only work 30 minutes conflicts with the training.
The choice is ultimately yours, but all of the red flags are present, then I recommend you run from this type of offer.