June 7


Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0 Review – Another Scam!

Anis Founder of Fulltimehomebusiness.com

By Anis

June 7, 2018

Is Fast Cash Blueprint a Scam?, What is Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0?, What is Instant Commission Blueprint 2.0?

This is a Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0 Review. Did you hear about this program from Nate’s blog source digest? Not sure if it’s worth your money? Then you MUST read this review.

On the internet, there are many affiliate marketing training courses.

Some are good; some are bad, outdated, misleading or about to show a secret or a ”loophole”.

Is this the case with Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0?

This program is owned by someone called Nate.

He runs a blog where he discusses ways to earn money online.

I have noticed that he promotes only one product, he mentions it on every single post.

He promises you to earn $100 per day if you buy it.

Can you make money with that product? How much does it ”Exactly” cost?

I want to show you something about the owner that will surprise you.


Update!: Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0 is Now called Swift Income Blueprint 2.0!

What is Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0?

Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0 is an 18 page PDF that this guy Nate tries to sell you.

He says if you buy his $14.92 PDF you will earn money with Affiliate Marketing

But without a website, SEO or any hard work.

You just learn his ”secret” and you can make instant affiliate sales.

He promises you to earn $100 per day.

In fact, in his sales page, he says that a complete newbie earned $100 in 40 minutes thanks to his secret.

Who is Nate?

During my research on this program, I have noticed some things.

A few months ago Nate was promoting a program that will teach you how to start a website where you pretend to be an expert in your niche.

Then he started promoting another program that teaches you how to promote a landing page that you can send to people.

Now he changed the name of the program to Instant Commission Blueprint 2.0.


This is exactly the program he promotes on his blog posts.

He claims you can earn $100 per day with little hard work, without SEO or any hard work.

But who’s Nate? Is Nate a Scam? Should you trust him and buy his PDF?

Alright, people, I’m not going to tell you Nate is a scam.

You be the judge.

Remember the first picture at the beginning of this post? Have a look at it.

That’s his little author bio you can find on his blog where he promotes the PDF.

That photo is fake.

You can buy it from here 

On his website, you will see a bunch of comments thanking him for his service.

I’m sure they are fake comments.

Is Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0 a Scam?

To be honest, I did not buy his PDF, $14.92 does not seem a high price.

I’m sure he will try to sell you a bunch of other products within the PDF.

I’d never buy something from someone that has a fake picture and comments.

I have reviewed a lot of scams like My Millionaire Mentorthe Quick Cash SystemThe Secret Society of Millionaires, Fast Earners Club and The Money Sucking Website System

They all claim that they have discovered a secret to easy money.

Is There Any Legitimate Alternative to Fast Cash Blueprint 2.0?

Making money on the internet requires hard work and patience.

There is no secret to unlimited wealth.

Everyone that promises you quick money without hard work is a scammer.

Do you want to make money online with a legitimate program?

I recommend you to start a website from your passion.

Promote affiliate programs like Amazon.

People love and trust Amazon, and they shop in it like crazy.

Check out My Favourite work from home program 

It’s free to get started; it will teach you how to start a home-based business from your passion.

I hope you have found this Fast Cash BluePrint 2.0 review useful.

Do you have experiences With Fast Cash or Instant Commission Blueprint 2.0?

Make sure you share with us your thoughts!

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Anis Founder of Fulltimehomebusiness.com

About Anis

Anis Chity used to be a struggling university student under debt from Italy, but thanks to this opportunity he managed to earn a 4 figure monthly income at the age of 24. Anis enjoys helping people avoid scams and find legit ways to work from home. He has many other businesses online as well.

In his free time he loves playing football & hanging out with friends.

Quick update: Anis now is 28 earning over $40k a month on average in affiliate commissions! Learn How He exactly did it here.

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  • Anis,

    Thanks for your review. I almost fell for this one.
    But, anytime someone uses a fake profile picture, it’s
    a scam. And, you exposed that. Not sure how he got all
    those comments though. I’m already a member of WA.


  • Hi Anis,

    You bait with a promise of a review of a product you didn’t buy. Every Wealthy Affiliate has the same method of bait (or bash) and switch to Wealthy Affiliate. It’s dishonest. It seems most everyone in the program primarily promotes WA.

    You’re obviously a smart young man and I believe you can be successful online without this method of promotion. Just consider this thought.

    I wish you well.


    • Hi Patrick, thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.

      I have to agree with the fact that some Wealthy Affiliates bash products in order to promote WA, but that does not mean that everyone in WA promotes WA, there are a LOT of members with websites from their passions and doing pretty good with it.

      To be 100% honest with you, as much as I love WA and think it’s an AMAZING place to be and learn, I don’t like how the train people to promote WA and compare it to other programs, which somehow made people bash other programs.

      That’s why I recommend newbies to ignore Bootcamp and start a website from their passion (with the online entrepreneur course) when they make money, they can promote WA if they wish.

      With all that said, if you click around my site you will see that I do invest my time and money to test the programs before reviewing them if I am not sure they are scams or legit.

      Why would I waste my time with Fast Cash Blueprint or Instant Commission Blueprint while they are obviously selling you a dream and another ‘little known secret’ for a TINY price only to sell you more expensive stuff later? On top of that, they use fake testimonials and stock images to back up what they say

      Also, I CLEARLY mentioned that I did not buy this program on my review.

      Thank you again for visiting and wish you a great day Patrick!

      P.S: I am already successful without that method of promotion and the credits go to Wealthy Affiliate training and my hard work.

  • Anytime that a make money online and from home program makes claims that you will make a specific dollar amount, DO NOT buy into it. There is absolutely no way that anyone can make that claim because making money online takes hard work and is based on individual effort. The ONLY way someone can make a specific dollar amount is if they are on a guaranteed payroll. Unfortunately most people do not understand this basic and logical fact and fall for scams such as this.

  • Hello Anis !
    I really loved reading your article and I found it very informative. I will surely avoid this program!
    Great Review and Thank You for sharing!

  • Hi Anis,

    Thank you for this information. I do like to check out different ways to make money online but I am always suspicious of those guys that claim you will start earning $100s of dollars straight away.

    Did you manage to find out what his supposed secret was?

    Best regards


  • I’ve noticed a lot of scams have fake reviews, over exaggerated stories, or videos from Fiverr. Good job pointing this one out so people won’t fall for it.

  • Hi Anis,
    This guy sounds like a real piece of work! Thank you for giving such detailed information about his stuff. After reading your article, I do have a couple of questions. I’m new in this whole internet marketing thing. How hard is it to build my own website? I don’t know a thing about writing code. How much support will I get if I di decide to become a member? I know I’ll have a ton of questions!
    Thanks again!

    • Hi Katie, starting a website is easier than you think, gone the days when you had to be and PHP expert to start a website, with a few clicks you can start a beautiful site today, I recommend to join Wealthy Affiliate
      they have a great training, your questions will have great answers too.

  • Nicely done. You’ve really done your research. With so many programs out there it’s good to know with clear reasons why this is one to steer clear from. I agree with you on your favorite work from home program. Keep up the good work!

  • Gary,
    My freakin’ inbox is full of crap from these scamming sons of (bleep)! I have an addiction to looking at all of these get rich quick bleeping thieves. I’ll of course check out Wealthy Affiliate and see what it’s offering.



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