So this dropped in my inbox today and I wanted an hour off from SEO work so I tried it out. The sales page offers an actual push button automated income system. You can 'optionally' promote for extra profit. The 'software' isn't a download (so there's nothing I can upload here), it's a section of the members area. You enter your clickbank ID (and Aweber is optional) and click update. It creates a link promoting affiliate IM products (millionaire society and partners products oddly enough) with your affiliate link. They want you to promote your link through Facebook, twitter, articles or videos etc... which promotes their products of course but they do say it's optional. They have a bunch of guides on promoting your links through videos etc... I took a quick flick through but it's nothing new. So it's clever on their part to get you to promote their products but what about this 'set and go' part? Well believe it or not none of this is actually explained on the site. I wasn't interested in being forced to promote their products on a 'click button' software so I left it to it. The only hint I got was on another sites blog comment I saw. From what I read they rotate your link with other peoples somewhere which means you just need to cross your fingers and hope it's your link that's being promoted. Call me a cynic but somehow I doubt I'd be seeing any sales from that. I left it for a few hours and (surprise) didn't see a single hop let alone 'make all the money I've ever spent on IM back in moments' From my view, it's a trick to get you to promote their products everywhere and the 'autopilot' system is a hoax just so they can sell it as an automated click button system. Refund requested and I wouldn't advise it to anyone, even the beginner videos have nothing that isn't already on MMD. In fact the videos themselves were uploaded, I'd link them but they're not worth the time.