Internet Jetset Is A Scam – Maybe Not

This is a review on Internet Jetset. Within this review, I will discuss whether I think Internet Jetset is a scam.

Internet Jetset Is a scam

Internet Jetset is owned by John Crestani. He is an affiliate marketer that has made his way up the ranks to where he is making a very comfortable living for him and his family. He created Internet Jetset to help other people learn how to make money online through digital marketing.

I watched one of John’s webinar’s when he was sitting in a Las Vegas hotel room overlooking the strip drinking a Corona beer. He comes across as a sincere young man. After the webinar was finished, I decided to sign up to see what I can learn from him.

I Paid $47 Through ClickBank

After the webinar, life happened and I was unable to look over the website and emails from John over the next few days. When things settled down, I finally got some free time to review the course. One thing that I discovered was that there was going to be an automatic monthly charge of $97 every month on my credit card through Clickbank for every month I stay with the program.

Need To Read That Fine Print

I was also encouraged to join MOBE. I have talked about MOBE before through my Ultimate Retirement Breakthrough review. Basically, MOBE is a high priced personal coaching platform whose products start from $2,497 and go all the way up to $30,000. You can read more about it here.

Back to Internet Jetset. After the webinar, I received follow-up webinar emails even though I had already signed up to the program.

Here is one of the email’s I received.

Email from internet jetset

I have not been able to figure out if this is what John was going to charge for being a member of Internet Jetset or whether it was to sign up for MOBE. What I do know is that this is definitely an upsell to get people to pay more money for the privilege of learning.

That kinda left a bad taste in my mouth.

In Regards To The Course Itself

The Internet Jetset website is easy to navigate and the lessons that John teaches is very easy to understand. He attempts to keep his members well-informed. The whole presentation is of the highest quality. There is definite value in the training courses that I reviewed. There is value in what he is offering people but the price is high.

Here is a video of John talking about Internet Jetset.



In Conclusion

Here is my final review of Internet Jetset.

  • Name: Internet Jetset
  • Website: johncrestani.com
  • Price: $47 and then upsells ranging from $2497 to $30,000
  • Overall Rank: 80 out of 100
  • Owners: John Crestani
  • Verdict: Legitimate

Internet Jetset is not a scam. It teaches what it promises but the financial cost is out of the reach of most people. For those folks who have deep pockets and want to buy a membership with Internet Jetset you can  Click Here

If your pockets are not as deep, there is an alternative. Check out Wealthy Affiliate. The training at Wealhy Affiliate is excellent, the community is helpful and the support is awesome. You can sign up for free and if you do decide to become a premium member down the road, you will not be hit with any surprises. To learn more about Wealthy Affiliate, read my review here.

I hope you found this review informative and helpful. If you have ever signed up for a program that ended up costing you a lot of money, tell me about it in the comment section below.

Have a great day!

Ramona

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Ramona is an entrepreneur, blogger and affiliate marketer. She is also a proud member of the Baby Boomer Generation. When she is not blogging, you will find Ramona either gardening or quilting.

2 Replies to “Internet Jetset Is A Scam – Maybe Not”

  1. Great article, this is the first time I’ve heard about Internet Jetset; however, your article was informative and easy to understand. I was surprise at the huge price tag to continue membership – definitely will help someone out there who is trying to make a decision.

    Thank you for sharing your experience & knowledge on this program. Best regards.

    Lem

    1. Hi Lem:

      Internet Jetset has been online for only a few years now. The training material is impressive. One thing that I did notice is that Internet Jetset seems to attract the male 20 to 30 year old age range. When I looked at those that were showcased as being very successful using John’s system, they were all within that age range. I will be interested to see if the popularity of Internet Jetset will pick up with the Boomer crowd in the future.

      Ramona

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