Is Bring the Fresh a Scam? – 2017 Review

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Is Bring the Fresh a Scam? – 2017 Review

Bring the Fresh Review – Is Bring the Fresh a Scam?

Name: Bring the FreshBring the fresh

Website: www.BringTheFresh.com

Price: ~$60 to start (+ upsells)

Owners: Kelly Felix

Overall Rank: 75 out of 100

 

 

Introduction

I found the program called Bring the Fresh and I head to their website. The page seems appealing with all of the fancy colors.

Then I click to watch the introduction video which shows more or less the same message as most of the make-money-online programs, “Are you tired of bad programs? Our program is the best!” Typical story.

I scroll down the page and see a lot of testimonials (see the example below)

Is Bring the Fresh a Scam

Sounds interesting…

Although I was quite skeptical about those numbers, the testimonials arouse my curiosity.

I see the button, “Let me join – RISK-FREE.” That sounds nice! I think that probably I can have a free trial account and try this program for a while.

WHAM! The next page opens where I’m asked to pay 55€ (=$62) in order to get in. I don’t feel like putting my money on the program that I don’t know.

The first impression with Bring the Fresh program wasn’t very nice. No trial account. Pay 55€ to try the program.

I decide to keep my money at least for a while and some thorough research about the program.

Today I will share my findings:

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Step-by-step training
  • Owners update the training and the service to keep it up-to-date
  • Easy to start
  • The founder has a long experience of online marketing
  • 60-days money back guarantee

Cons:

  • No free trial. Costs 55€/$60 to start
  • A lot of “hype” and enormous promises
  • Gives the false impression that earning money online happens in a few weeks without a great effort
  • Upsells
Is Bring the Fresh a Scam

60-days money back guarantee

What Bring The Fresh Provides and Who Is It For?

Bring the Fresh is an affiliate marketing training course. The subject of the training is more or less the same as in Niche Blitzkrieg, Affilorama, and Wealthy Affiliate (my #1 recommendation).

So the training covers

  • How to find the good niche
  • How to create a website
  • How to generate traffic
  • How to get ranked in the search engines
  • How to monetize your website
  • And other important topics related to affiliate marketing

BTF provides a comprehensive video training. There are many successful people who have started earning money online after their course. The teaching style in BTF is entertaining and educative at the same time. It uses fancy colors and relevant examples which makes studying easier.

The training is designed for the beginners so you can start it even if you don’t previous experience from affiliate marketing.

BTF Community and Support

Bring the Fresh is a community-based program which makes it better and easier to learn. You can talk with the people who have already succeeded in the online business and learn from them.

You can ask questions in the forum and someone will always answer. The community consists of +20,000 people (although probably some of them have already quit).

The great thing in the support is that you can contact the owners directly. This feature is certainly valuable because not in every program the founders are active.

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The message from the founder.

The founder Kelly Felix has a long experience of online marketing which is definitely a good thing. You don’t only need to trust in his words because you can find the on the Internet. So at least the founder seems quite reliable.

Anyway, he is a “hard-boiled” businessman who also wants to get profit from his customers.

BTF Price

The pricing in Bring the Fresh is quite shady. Right away when you want to register, you need to pay about $60.

They don’t explain will there be any upsells or not.

But I made a little research and many people who had more experience with BTF said that there are so many upsells!

I don’t like that fact because they don’t say it right from the start. For example in Wealthy Affiliate, there are only fixed prices that you know right from the start. No shady upsells like in BTF.

My Final Opinion of Bring the Fresh

In their front page, they market Bring the Fresh with the following phrase, “There are only TWO kinds of people who come to this website. People who make MONEY AND people who make EXCUSES.” (See the image below)

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The description could be somehow through because many people are making excuses like, “I don’t have skills to earn money online.” “I’m too old (or too young).” and so on.

I know by experience that anyone can learn to earn money online. But Bring the Fresh is not the best resource for that. Their training can teach you several things but still there are better products out there with the better training and with the better price/quality rate.

If you are interested in earning money online I certainly prefer to start from Wealthy Affiliate rather than Bring the Fresh.

 

Bring the Fresh is definitely not a scam. It is a program worth trying and you can definitely benefit from their training. But I need to admit it’s not the best program out there.

-> Start learning and earning today in Wealthy Affiliate(Better training and service than BTF.)

Bring the Fresh at a Glance…

Name: Bring the Fresh
Website: www.bringthefresh.com
Price: ~$60 to start + upsells
Owners: Kelly Felix
Overall Rank: 75 out of 100

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I hope you find this review useful. If you have any comments or questions, don’t hesitate to leave them below! 🙂

By | 2017-03-07T16:59:54+00:00 April 20th, 2016|Categories: Product Reviews|Tags: , , , |6 Comments

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6 Comments

  1. Kenny Lee September 14, 2016 at 9:31 am - Reply

    Sounds like an inferior version of Wealthy Affiliate? I’ve been around at WA for almost 1 year and I can say there are totally no upsells since the day 1 I joined. Except their attempt to suggest you to upgrade to premium(which I did before the 1st week is out). I don’t like buying into a program which I have no idea what I’m paying for.

    • Roope Kiuttu September 15, 2016 at 2:53 pm - Reply

      Hi Kenny Lee,

      Yes, if you compare Bring the Fresh and Wealthy Affiliate, you can see some similarities. They both have a good training program which teaches good principles on building an online business. I like that WA doesn’t have upsells. If someone wants to try BTF, it’s fine for me because I know that they provide some real value but WA is just more preferable.

  2. Dan Maxwell, Jr April 20, 2016 at 10:35 am - Reply

    Excellent review of Bring The Fresh. I like how you’ve kept it simple and to the point.

    There is a sad reality of many of the Internet marketing training programs out there. And it’s the many upsells. I personally like how WA keeps things straight forward and just to the point.

    • Roope Kiuttu April 20, 2016 at 11:59 am - Reply

      You’re right Dan Maxwell. In so many programs there are many upsells. And probably one reason people like Wealthy Affiliate so much is that they are being honest and they don’t any upsells. Also the training and the community are awesome in WA!

  3. Andrew April 20, 2016 at 8:30 am - Reply

    Wow, its a long time since I heard anything about Bring the fresh! Thank you for putting this article together, this has just taken me back a few years! Many years ago I was a member of Bring the fresh, but it seems to have changed a great deal since then. When I was a member of this site it was quite a high end product that actually got me started in internet marketing. I’m guessing that the techniques must have been changed within the training because back then the course involved making very small websites and blasting them with external backlinks. The techniques just wouldn’t work now. I would be interested to see in the members area to see what the community is like.

    • Roope Kiuttu April 20, 2016 at 10:33 am - Reply

      Interesting to hear Andrew! Yes as you said nowadays that strategy wouldn’t work so well. Although backlinks can be somehow important it’s more important to concentrate on creating valuable content and right keywords to the website to get ranked in the search engines.

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