StealthD Review

Welcome to my StealthD review.

Today we going to be looking at a product by Jono Armstrong and Brendan Mace. These two guys have been releasing quite a few products late the latest of which was cash magnets which I did a review of here, but unfortunately that one didn’t fare too well.

And when I say quite a few I mean they’re released over 200 products!!!

The problem is whenever they release a product they always say that this is the one this can make you a load of money or build you a massive list or get you so many clicks etc, etc.

Then a few weeks down the line there they are releasing yet another product, making the exact same claims.

I’m on the fence as to whether any of their products are really any good, I approve some and disapprove others, but whatever I personally think you can always be sure that you get an unbiased view what the product is about and if I think it can do what it says on the sales page.

NAME: StealthStealthD review

OWNERS: Jono Armstrong & Brendan Mace

PRICE: $12.95


Tired of all the scams

What Is StealthD About

Unlike a lot of sales pages that give away very little as to what the product is actually about or what you’re going to be doing, this one is a bit different if not confusing.

stealthD sales page headline

I say confusing because the first thing you see on the sales page says “This product has nothing to do with email marketing, list building or solo Ads

Then as you get further down the page you get this:

Imagine doing email marketing with StealthD, you can now email people without needing an autoresponder“????

So, is it email marketing or not?

sales page hype?

They reckon you don’t actually need a list or software to make this work.

They also tell you that you’re going to be able to reach ANYONE that has a Gmail account.

Now, all that sounds great doesn’t it, but unfortunately I’ve come to realise after the huge amount of products I’ve reviewed there is always something missing, something important that they don’t tell you.

And of course you don’t find out what that something is until you buy it and get inside the training.

Apparently this has almost no competition, can be set up in 5 minutes and reach millions of people on demand!

Is That all true or just more hype to get you to buy it??

There’s only one way to find out for sure ……… let’s take a look inside the members area.

Inside StealthD

The StealthD training is split into 6 videos, but before you actually get into the members area you’ll have to get past the upsells.

I wouldn’t be tempted by them just yet because you can get access to them once you’re inside the members area, but not only that, when I went through the individual sales pages for the upsells I could find nothing that said they had any sort of money back guarantee on them.

And because some of them are really pricey you could find yourself seriously out-of-pocket if you try and get your money back and find out you can’t, just like Matthew who contacted me in the comment section of this review here.

stealthD members area

So, let’s take a look at what the training involves:

  • Intro & Co-Ordinates – 3.05 – Jono or the 7 figure super affiliate as he likes to call himself ……. yes he really does call himself that, lol, talks about how important it is to have an email list, but with this you will be bypassing that need to have a list or create landing pages and funnels. It’s going to get you straight into peoples inboxes!!
  • The Required Ammunition – 5.27 – This covers the tools you need to be able to do this method. The first one being a Google Adwords account?? Is this going to be an Adwords course?? The others are Canva and access to Warrior plus or similar.
  • Finding A Target To Exterminate – 12.07 – This is about finding the right offer to promote. Jono talks about conversion rates and refund rates as well as the visitor value. He does give some pointers on getting approval from vendors if you re new to this.
  • How To Fly Your Stealth Bomber – 33.01 – In this video he talks about setting up the Adwords campaign. Unfortunately if you need to go into more detail you’re going to need to buy one of the upsells which there is a button just beneath the video for you to do. When it comes to creating your ad you’re going to be creating a Gmail ad show that it shows up when someone opens their Gmail.
  • The Conversion Boost Maneuver – 17.11 – The penultimate video talks about getting the most out of your campaigns where you create a bonus page and send people to that page from the Gmail ads and from that bonus page onto the sales page. This section does get a bit technical.
  • Mission Debrief – 2.03 – This final video wraps up this training and promotes the upsells.

Not the most comprehensive training, but it seems to go over the stuff it does cover quite well.

What Did I like

  • Easy to understand what was being said, audio/visual very clear (you’d be surprised how much training I’ve seen which you struggle to even hear what they’re saying)
  • Money back guarantee on the front end
  • Fairly simple concept

What I Didn’t Like

  • Not sure how effective this is going to be, he doesn’t give any numbers on his campaigns using this method
  • Pushing for selling the upsells
  • All hinges on getting affiliate approval
  • Could burn through your budget before you see any results
  • There could be problems with destination mismatch which he does touch on in the training.

The Upsells

So, now we come to the part of the review that seems to be almost a required part of any product these days and that’s the Oto’s.

This one has 4 of them attached to it and really quite a lot of money. I don’t think I’ve ever recommended buying the upsells of any product.

I think the front end should always be enough, I mean, that’s what they claim on the sales page isn’t it? Anyway what do I know?

  • OTO #1 – $197 – This is about being able to build an email list by getting access to their digital email list. *Note* This has a $50 discount if you click ‘No thanks’ at the bottom of the sales page.
  • OTO #2 – $197 – A high ticket sales funnel that has $1000 commissions. This has a $50 discount if you click ‘No Thanks’ as well.
  • OTO #3 – $397 – This is a ‘Done With You’ package that has ‘experts’ looking over your shoulder to make sure you’re doing things right. At $397 it’s quite a chunk of cash to shell out, but wait! You’ve guessed it, this one has a discount too. A massive $200 off the price which I think people who have paid the full price will feel pretty pissed about.
  • OTO #4 – $97 – Advanced secrets from 2 ‘super affiliates’

So, there you have a tidy $888 if you were to buy all of them at the full price, or $588 if you managed to get the discounts which to be fair is still a huge amount of money considering you only wanted to buy a $13 product!

Final Thoughts

To be fair I haven’t come across a product that goes down this route, there’s plenty of Adwords courses out there, but I haven’t seen one that concentrates on Gmail ads before. So, that is a positive in my opinion.

Having said that, the lack of any real proof that this method actually works was a bit of a let down. It could all be theory.

In fact in some of the training it seemed that Jono was a bit lost when it came to actually making the ad.

Do I think this could work? I’m not really sure. I have never clicked on one of those ads before, have you?

I think this is one of those that could be another string to your bow in getting some sales, but as a standalone way of making the amount of clicks the sales page made out you’d be getting I don’t think it holds water.

With all that being said I do think this has some merit, just don’t expect too much from it or the near instant results that I know you’re going to be expecting.


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10 thoughts on “StealthD Review”

    • Hi DeDe, as I’m sure you know there are so many products out there that promise the earth, but not all of them succeed at doing that. As far as recommending a product to you it all depends what you are interested in doing.

      I would suggest you take a look at all the approved product reviews that I have done and see what one you think would suit your needs.

      Obviously they all take work, a lot of work and don’t believe anyone that tells you any different.

      If you are interested in affiliate marketing and like my site and want to emulate it you could always try Wealthy Affiliate which I wholeheartedly recommend.

      You could either see my review about them here or go straight to Wealthy Affiliate to sign up, don’t worry it’s all free, you don’t have to give any credit card details, just sign up.

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      I wish you success in whatever you decide.

  1. Hi, I would like to comment on Stephane’s post about Brendan Mace being arrogant. I bought a different product from him and Jono Armstrong and bought 3 of the OTOs. And I agree with Mike that Jono does his videos on the fly. The product was a joke. It was a basic Google YouTube ads course, and the OTOs were a joke as well. The first low ticket product had a 30-day money-back guarantee and the OTOs had a 3-day money-back (stated in the Warrior Plus purchase area). I contacted support to no avail, so I contacted Jono and Brendan. Jono told me there are no refunds. Brendan sent me 3 emails telling me to “F….. O….”, that I am a “F…ing” loser, and “F… You!” I opened a Paypal dispute, which now has been escalated to a claim because they just wouldn’t deal with me. BTW the PayPal accounts are different for the OTOs, it is an account for Melanie Winslow-Hansen and it is a foreign account. The lower ticket item is a US account USA Digi. My next step will be to contact the FTC to report these losers. They refunded my OTOs in the members’ Area of Warrior Plus, so I no longer can access them, good I don’t want them, but they are refusing to cooperate with me about giving me my money back. I think their whole marketing is a scam, and they only sell really basic info you can find for free on Youtube or from Google themselves, and hype it up to be something it is not. There are plenty of good courses out there, but it is lowlifes like these that turn it into a seedy industry.

    • Hi Donna, thanks for taking the time to contact me and let everyone else know of your experience with these guys. I’m sorry you’ve had to go through something like that and it’s that behaviour that gives this industry such a bad name. They are quick enough in taking your money and even though they claim to have a “no questions asked” refund policy it’s clear that it is nothing like that.

      I want you to now that not all businesses conduct themselves like they have and that you will continue to press forward for a chance to make money online.

      I will probably be using your experience as an example in future reviews if that is OK.

  2. Hey Sharon, I was just looking for an honest review (unfortunately it’s not easy to find) and I’m so happy to come across your post and comments. Thank you very much and keep up the good work.

  3. Hi , I bought STEALTHD + OTO1. The training is good BUT the support is inexistant!
    I sent 3 times a question to the support, 3-4 messages to Jono, a message by Messenger and some messages to Brandon his partner! NOTHING! after 19 days of trying to contact them, I asked for a refund: 1 time. 2 times!
    And when I received a promotional email from Brandon trying to sell me something, here is his answer:
    Instead of sending promotional email, could you please answer your support tickets and make refund when asked??
    Thanks Stephane”

    His answer:
    “The problems of selling $500,000 worth of stuff in 30 days is it bogs down your support desk.
    All our products are epic, though.
    So asking for a refund is a bit lame anyways.
    I’m sure you will get it in due time tho.
    All the best.”

    and after a message explaining that i was very patient before asking a refund, here is his answer:
    “When you refund a good product… you are not a customer… You are a refunder.
    We don’t want your business.
    Contact the support desk, and they will get to your ticket. Since they are a bit busy at the
    moment, it could take a few days.

    I let everybody judged his attitude. I’ve never seen a such arrogant product seller!

    • Hey Stephane, thanks for taking the time to let everyone know of the problems you had. It’s good to know what you thought of the product, but WOW what a time you had with their ‘support’. I can’t believe they talk to their customers like that, it’s just not on. And to then call you a refunder and not a customer is just ridiculous. I think calling him arrogant is a total understatement.

      I wonder how many more people have been treated like that?

  4. There are free training videos on Youtube on how to use the Google Ads Platform to target Gmail users . So if people are interested in this approach they can look there. Jono is hit and miss with his training videos – many of them look like they are done on the fly with not much preparation, or planning.


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