There is a short answer and a long answer…
The short answer is that one of the people – likely the main person – behind this product is Precious Ngwu.
Longer-term readers will know that Mr Ngwu has something of a – shall we say – chequered history in the internet marketing world.
He has a track record of releasing new products that have failed to live up to the big promises made about them.
And then failing to honour the guarantees when customers ask for a refund.
I have had personal experience of this on two occasions in the past.
But it isn’t just me griping.
If you do even light internet research, you will find numerous complaints against Mr Ngwu.
Now it maybe that he is a reformed character.
But, until there is a lot more ‘clean’ water under the bridge, I’m afraid I can’t recommend any product he brings out.
Putting Mr Ngwu aside for a moment, the slightly longer answer is that this product does appear to offer some value.
There are some fairly meaty, professionally produced, videos inside that do walk through the basics (and I do mean basics) of setting up an online business…
(1) Create a free gift
(2) Drive traffic to a squeeze page, offer the free gift and build an email list
(3) Create a product
(4) Sell the product to your list
However, there is nothing really new here.
The one possible exception is the suggested way to come up with a free gift, which may be a new idea to people in the internet marketing niche, but not any other niche.
The traffic methods covered are the usual suspects suggested to newbie marketers.
The bottom line is that this is definitely not going to deliver on its grand promises.
Unless you are the sort of person who wins the lottery at your first attempt, you will NOT be making $500 to $1,000 a day in profit by the end of your first week.
But I’m sure you don’t really need me to tell you that.
Also, read the wording of the ‘100% Satisfaction Guaranteed’ guarantee near the end of the sales letter.
It contains not one, not two, but three ways in which they can avoid giving you your money back.
That should tell you all you need to know.
Having said all of that, it is worth watching the sales video, just for a laugh.
If you have 12 minutes to spare, here it is…
It is like Monty Python did a sketch lampooning online marketing…
“I made $51K on Christmas Day and I still ate a lot of turkey.”
“If you are not making money online, it’s because you’re not selling stuff.”
“And, if you aren’t making enough money online, it’s because you’re not selling enough stuff.”
And many more LOL moments.
Anyway, if you haven’t guessed, I am not recommending CBS Formula.
However, if want to start 2017 the right way, I have an alternative for you…
Not only does it provide step-by-step video training geared to the ‘newbie’, it also comes with all of the tools you need to create your online business from scratch, ongoing support and even high-quality software products you can give way and/or sell.
It’s as close as you can get to a ‘business in a box’.
And, for the next few days only, you can take advantage of a very special offer.
For full details and my complete review, go here…
By the way, you may be wondering why I have not included a link to CBS formula.
It’s to stop people buying it accidentally.
I have had people buy products that I have given negative reviews about in the past and then complain to me that I ‘recommended’ them!
They simply didn’t read the rest of the review.