Tripwire Buyer Traffic Review – More Automated Rubbish?

Welcome to my Tripwire Buyer Traffic Review, wow, that was a bit of a mouthful wasn’t it. This review is going to tell you exactly what this is all about, if it can be trusted, what level of support there is, stuff that you really should know before you make the decision to buy a product.

The sales page is all very good, but it is a sales page, it’s not “I’ll tell you the ugly truth” page. Luckily though you’ve landed on this review, which unlike the other reviews that I’m sure you’ll see, will tell you as it is, I won’t sugar coat it.

Some product vendors don’t like me very much for pointing out the truth, but I think you deserve to know.

I don’t know if you’ve noticed yet, but have you realized the other reviewers seem more concerned with trying to bribe you to buy a certain product?

Take another look for yourself and you’ll see they all seem to be putting the emphasis on how many bonuses they can throw at you with little regard to if the product which you want a review on is any good or not.

They generally just repeat what the sales page says and as we’ve already established, a sales page is a sales page.

Well that’s not what you’re going to get here.

NAME: Tripwire Buyer Traffictripwire buyer traffic review

OWNER: Aiden Corkery

PRICE: $14.95


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what is tripwire buyer traffic about

First off, I thought this had already been released last year which is why you’ll see some reviews from December 2018. What I think happened was this was on the list to be released, but for some reason it was pulled.

Now that could be because of an update to Facebook policy on messenger bots and Aiden just wanted to make sure he was on the right side of any new policy.

That would also account for the videos’ being from October 2018, I don’t think that this is just rehashed product, it’s just there was a problem just before it was meant to be released last year.

Right, let’s move on. This product is specifically about growing a buyer friends list on Facebook by joining Facebook groups of past products that you have bought and getting them on to a Bot list .


Once you have that you then you use that list to market to and make money.

I’ve just gone through the overview video and if I’ve heard and understood him right, I see a slight problem to begin with,

the problem, and it’s one that doesn’t get mentioned on the sales page, is that to follow along with this training you’re going to need two extra products.

Now that wouldn’t be a problem if they were free, but they are not free, in fact one of them, Destiny, costs $47 and the other one, Instant Buyer Traffic, which I reviewed here, costs $14.98. Of course, he has a link to both of them under the video.[su_divider top=”no”]

the sales page

Whenever I review a product I like to take a look at the sales page to see what kind of claims are being made and more importantly if those claims are realistic and make it into the product.

tripwire buyer traffic sales page headline

A lot of the time there can be things said on the sales page that makes you think, WOW I’d like to buy this because of that single statement only to find that you never hear of it again once you’ve bought the product and are inside the actual training.

I’m very confused at the moment with this sales page, I can’t make heads or tails out of this bit

sales page nonsense

I’ve read that so many times and still don’t know what the hell it’s supposed to mean. Do you know what is supposed to mean? If you do please tell me.

He then goes on to liken this method to riding a bike or taking a train, very strange.

Then as you go down the sales page you’re not even sure what product he’s talking about anymore

tripwire buyer traffic or instant buyer traffic

Is this about Tripwire Buyer Traffic or Instant Buyer Traffic??

stop buying courses that don't deliverNearly every product I review will have somewhere on the sales page that statement, but you know the funny thing, the very people who are saying that have released numerous courses before, including Aiden Corkery.

Before I leave the sales page I just want to show you this

question about the product

So someone is meant to be asking a question, right. What is Tripwire Buyer Traffic? Look at his answer, he says YES! what on earth is going on with that!

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Inside the training

let’s take a look at the actual training that you are going to get if you decide to buy this. If you do buy this then be prepared to navigate your way through 4 upsells before you actually make it to your purchase.

Now, whenever there are upsells I always tell people to keep their credit card firmly in their pocket, at least for the time being. I really wouldn’t take any notice of warning’s like this:

oto warning

The main problem I have is that if you buy these upsells before you’ve even tried the front end product and you find out that it just isn’t what you thought it was or you just can’t get it to work and you quite rightly want a refund under their 30 day money back guarantee, the only money you’ll get back is for the main product, not the upsells.

This wasn’t something I was aware of until recently when a reader of this blog told me about how much money they lost simply by getting the upsells straight after buying the front end. You can read what they had to say in the comments here.

OK, so you’ve managed to get past all 4 of the upsells unscathed and made it safely to the members area, here you’ll find 4 modules, each split up into a different number of sections.

tripwire buyer traffic members area

  • WELCOME – 1.31
  • MODULE 1

In this module he goes about showing you how to find buyer friends and set up Many Chat, but more importantly, and he says it himself that it’s probably the most important part of the module, he tells you the risks of having your account shutdown and admits he has had his accounts deactivated as a result of following this method. Hmmmm…..

  • MODULE 2

This module shows you the method and structure of the Tripwire pages and how to create coupons

  • MODULE 3

In this module he talks about picking an affiliate offer to promote along with building a Tripwire page for the offer

  • MODULE 4

Creating bonuses for your promotions

And that is Tripwire Buyer Traffic. There are a few issues that I think you need to be aware of that I’ll go over after letting you know what OTO’s to expect.

  • OTO #1 – $37 – Done For You Bundle – This includes a Facebook Rolodex, High engagement posts, Looping videos’, Memes and Gifs
  • OTO #2 – $47 – Buyer Traffic Frenzy – You get access to a 6 part videos’ series
  • OTO #3 – $17 – Buyer Traffic Extractor Case Studies – A collection of cases studies
  • OTO #4 – $67 – Reseller License – Gives you 100% of the commissions on the funnel

Now, I may be wrong, but I think the first 3 upsells are from Instant Buyer Traffic, so if you bought those upsells you won’t need these.

Another point I’d like to make is the sales page makes quite a big deal as to how easy it is to get buyer traffic with this method, but if you look at this description for OTO #3 you’ll see this isn’t the case.

oto 3 realitySo I wouldn’t take too much notice of the sales page because even the vendor can’t make up his mind whether it’s easy or not Lol.[su_divider top=”no”]

some problems

After going through the videos’ I can’t help but get the impression that Aiden himself isn’t so sure about this method. He says quite frequently that the method does work at the moment, but can stop at any time.

Now why would he say that?

Because he even admits that he has had his own accounts shut down and deactivated using this method and that’s because creating multiple FB accounts for one is against their TOS.

The section on affiliate offers isn’t something that I would do if I could help it, but he recommends if you cannot get review access, which he says you probably won’t get anyway as someone who is new, you will be able to find all the information you will need on the JV page.

Now I disagree with that. While you will get a lot of information on the JV page, it will be biased. Let’s be honest a vendor isn’t going to tell you how rubbish his or her product is are they.

So you’re going to be promoting a product by just copying a sales page and that product could be absolute crap and do you think your “buyer traffic” will thank you for recommending that to them?

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final thoughts

I saw a review of this where it said you don’t see products like this too often and I have to agree, thankfully, because why would you put a product together and then tell people that there’s a good chance you’ll get your account shutdown?

It doesn’t make sense. I’ve only seen this sort thing once before and that was using Instagram instead of Facebook, but you risked having your account shutdown with that one too.

I have no doubt that Aiden has some success with this method, but he does say that he has accounts shutdown and you have to remember that he has been doing this a long time.

It wasn’t so long ago that Aiden was telling people that Meme-o-matic was the product to have and I’m sure that he will have another product in the not too distant future.facebook terms of service

I seriously can’t approve this to you guys, if I did, I’d be no better than the type of vendor that uses methods that don’t even comply with the platform he’s using.

not approved

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what now

Bots? Automation? Questionable methods? You really don’t need those to make money online. Why would you put all that work into something that could get taken away in the blink of an eye?

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4 thoughts on “Tripwire Buyer Traffic Review – More Automated Rubbish?”

  1. Alright I have a few thoughts:

    -Regarding the discrepancies on the sales page: ATTENTION TO DETAIL. It matters. That could be an indicator that the vendor didn’t put a good amount of time and effort into the product to make it high quality. You may not write the copy, but it is your name on the product and if I’m in that situation, I’m making sure everything is perfect, or as close to it as possible depending on your views on perfection, before it is published live. You know something else, Mosh Bari and Jason Fulton have done that before. Whether it be on the sales page or the upsell pages, you’ll see the thing for one of their old products, Refresh-En. I shake my head at that. I will admit, there can be a point where that doesn’t matter to me. But this is only once that person has built up serious trust with me, and I can trust in the quality of product that I am getting. I can think of some entrepreneurs that have built up that kind of trust with me. In these cases I would be able to look past the mistakes, though I would take note of it and wouldn’t appreciate it too much. But I know the kind of product I will be getting for my money, and I’m not gonna let that stop me from getting results that I want. But as a first impression? That’s not a very good one.

    -I hate when you have upsells that contradict what was said on the sales page. I.e. saying that it’s so easy on the sales page, and on the upsell page saying “this is hard, but it’ll be easy-if you buy this upsell. But only if you buy this upsell.” I can’t trust people like that. Those are people who just say whatever they think they got to to get you to buy. They don’t have your best interests in mind.

    -speaking about best interests in mind, let’s talk about bonuses. Bonuses should be QUALITY OVER QUANTITY, and be focused on applicability to the customer. I got an email earlier from Mosh Bari, promoting who knows what product, and he literally listed 64 bonuses in the email. What am I gonna do with those?! And most of them sounded like crappy PLR stuff too. The vendors, the affiliates, they’re focused on making money for themselves. Which believe me, I would never knock them for. But I will knock them for my perception that they do not have the customer’s best interests in mind. There is a way to combine the two. Also I’m tired of marketers telling their subscribers that they can only get access to the bonuses if they buy a certain number of upsells. Not only that, but some will state that no downsells are acceptable. This is another indicator that they do not have our best interests in mind, especially if they’re promoting a crappy product.

    -you say that you are not popular with vendors because of the manner in which you go about your business. I am wondering, how do they make their disdain known? Do they simply contact you via social media or something? Haha. My response to them would be, “make better products. Don’t lie and mislead people just for the sake of the sale. Period. I’m a fair dude, I’ll give credit where credit is due and if your product is good, I will say so. But you gotta EARN it. I’m not stooping down to your level. You gotta get up to mine.” I am sure you say something similar in response haha.

    You know, I think these vendors sell so hard because they sell low ticket items. They have to sell more to have more profits. And they have to sell the upsells hard since that is how the vendors make profits (short term, since they got more of a long term profit model with the email list subs). Not that higher ticket items don’t try to sell you, but I guess they just don’t come off as desperate or sleazy since they only need a few sales to make bank. I recently heard an interesting perspective regarding Payless Shoes or whatever. I guess they’re closing a bunch of stores. I heard the term “liquidation” but I have no idea what that means. But basically the guy said that the focus shouldn’t necessarily be providing the lowest price; the focus should be on providing more value. People will spend more money for more value (or perceived value even). Of course then you will not encounter any money problems. So much of our society is just focused on saving every little bit of money they can. I have been surrounded by mentality all my life. That mentality doesn’t create wealth. How do I know? Nobody in my environment is what I would consider wealthy. It goes back to the whole saving time vs saving money thing I’ve spoke about before in your comments sections. Just my thoughts.

    • Thanks for another great response David, I can call you a regular on this blog 🙂 You always have a great insight into things, some things I miss. I haven’t encountered the buy a certain amount of upsells to get access to their bonuses thing as yet, you watch now I’ve said that I’ll be inundated.

      • Paul Prissick is one guy. His emails seem awfully spammy to me but I keep it in my inbox because I like to see what these guys are up to. One time I figured, what the hell I’ll watch his review video, and that’s when I heard him say that. Idk if it’s like that with all of his reviews though. Mosh Bari is another guy who reserves certain bonuses for upsells, and he’s the one who I’ve seen say “no downsells acceptable.” There are a few who only give you a certain number of bonuses for the front end, and add more bonuses depending on if you buy upsells. But in Paul’s video from what I remember he made it sound like you only get the bonuses if you buy the front end plus whatever upsells-implying that you don’t get any bonuses if you just buy the front end. That’s how it came across to me anyways

  2. Alright, I wanted to read the entire review before commenting but I just can’t. Why the hell would you sell something that has a risk of your account being shut down or anything like that? Obviously then the product won’t work, or you’ll have to keep making new accounts which will get shut down eventually anyways (time waster), or you’ll have to buy another shiny object


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