Instant Success System Review – $10,000 Per Week?

Instant Success System Review

Price: $97 (plus thousands in upsells)


instant success system reviewThe video at the Instant Success System site starts with famous TV personalities talking about making money from home.  Then a guy who says his name is Pat comes in to tell you about how he went from working for $9.50 per hour to earning $1.09 million in the next year.

He says he did that with the Instant Success System and that you can do it, too.  In fact, he says that he’ll give you a minimum of $500 if you’ll just watch his 8 minute video.  Then he’ll show you how you can earn $5000-$10,000 per week with his system.

So, what’s the Instant Success System about?  Is Instant Success System a scam?

Read on for the full Instant Success System review.

Instant Success System Overview

I’ve been seeing a lot of sites like the Instant Success System site lately.  They’re really short on information and just have a video that you have to watch before you can learn more.  There’s a countdown timer that tells you that you have to wait x number of seconds before you can “take the next step.”

During the Instant Success System video, Pat told me how he went from barely making ends meet to earning thousands of dollars per day.  He says he averages $125,000 per month, and it all has to do with some special software that was written by some guy he just happened to meet a few years ago.


At the end of the Instant Success System video, you’ll see a banner that says “Get Instant Access!”…which you can do, for just $97, though the page says that the “regular” price is $397.  When you click that banner, you’ll be taken to the Instant Success System checkout page, where you’ll have a form to fill out to pay them.  Off to the right, you’ll see some glowing testimonials from people who claim to have bought Instant Success System and earned a fortune.

What you’re getting for your “one-time” payment of $97 for Instant Success System is:

  • Instant Success System (with ASPIRE training)
  • Step by step instructions
  • Lead pages
  • Success toolbox

instant success system scamThat still isn’t very much information, and even the video (I sat through all of it) doesn’t tell you what, exactly, you’ll be doing, though one word on the checkout page tells the entire story:


I have written about Aspire previously.  In fact, I’ve written about Aspire more than once before.  Aspire is part of a program called Digital Altitude.  Digital Altitude is a program with multiple steps, and Aspire is simply the first one.  Instant Success System is simply an entryway to Digital Altitude.

Of course, the Instant Success System doesn’t say you’re getting to be a member of Aspire for your one-time $97 payment.  It says that you’re going to get Aspire training.  There’s a difference, because Aspire is a subscription program that comes with a monthly fee.  Last time I checked, that monthly fee was $37.

I’d guess that what you’re going to get for buying the Instant Success System for $97 is instructions for building a Website that looks just like the one for Instant Success System.

Is that when you get to earn the $10,000 per week?  No.

To earn the big commissions from Instant Success System, you have to join Digital Altitude.  You’ll start with the Aspire program, which costs $37 per month.

Do you earn the $10,000 then?  No.

instant success system digital altitudeYou see, there are five other levels in the Digital Altitude program that come after Aspire.  They are Base, Rise, Ascend, Peak and Apex.  To earn the big commissions that will allow you to earn $10,000 per week, you’re going to have to join all of those levels.

How much will that cost you?  $40,885, plus the $37 per month for the Aspire program.  You see, the product that you’ll be selling once you join Digital Altitude is …Digital Altitude.  Every level has a price.  Every time you join a level, you then get the right to resell it and earn a commission.

To earn those commissions, you have to persuade other people to join Digital Altitude, just like you did.  When they join and go from Aspire, Base, Rise, Ascend, Peak, and Apex, and pay the thousands of dollars it costs to join each level, you’ll get a commission for it.

How much you get for those sales depends on whether you can persuade people to join on your own or if you need the help of the Digital Altitude sales team to help you.  If you can do it yourself, you’ll get 60% commission for each sale.   If the team has to help, you’ll get 40%.

Now, some of these products are very expensive.  Joining Peak costs about $12,000 and joining Apex costs about $20,000.   Sixty percent of either of those is $7200 and $12,000, respectively.  That’s a lot of commission.

But how many people do you know that have that kind of money to spend on a marketing program?  Keep in mind that you have to buy all of those levels to earn the appropriate commission.

If you’re a member at Peak (which means you’ve already spent $397 for Base, $1497 for Rise, $6997 for Ascend, and $11,997 for Peak, you still can’t earn commissions for selling Apex until you pay $19,997 to join it yourself.

What happens if someone who joins through you buys Apex before you’ve purchased it yourself?  You don’t get the commission – someone else does.

The entire Digital Altitude system is promoted as a marketing training program, but the only marketing most people in the program are doing is trying to resell Digital Altitude itself.

If you know a lot of people who would like to spend $40,000 on a marketing course, then signing up for Instant Success System may be a good thing for you to do.  I’m guessing you don’t.  I certainly don’t know anyone who wants to do that, and I doubt that you do, either.

Pros and Cons of Instant Success System


  • Just $97 to join
  • Promises of huge commissions


  • You will spend tens of thousands of dollars just to qualify to earn those commissions
  • It’s really hard to find buyers for this product due to the cost

Oh, and what about the $500 Pat promised me if I’d watch his video?  At the end of the video, he says he’ll give me $500 if I haven’t earned any money within 30 days and I have followed all of his instructions.

His instructions include telling me to invest in Digital Altitude and that will cost more than $500.  So even if you don’t make any money and he gives you $500, you’ll find that you’ve already spent more than that.

Instant Success System Summary

instant success system- thumbs downCan you make money with Instant Success System?  Maybe.  People are making money with the program.  The problem is that most people are not.  In fact, there’s an earnings disclaimer on their Website that says they do not guarantee that you will make any money at all.

If you’re interested in making money, there are less expensive ways of doing it than by joining Instant Success System.  You might want to try one of those.

Instant Success System is not recommended.


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