Is John Crestani’s Internet Jetset A Scam? Read This Honest Review Before Joining

Summary Of Internet Jetset

Name: Internet Jetset

Price: $47 / month + upsells and other small fees

Rating: 3 out of 5

Quick Overview Of Internet Jetset

If you’re like me, you’ve probably seen this guy John Crestani all over YouTube lately talking about his newest product called Internet Jetset.

He talks about how he built his business from scratch, then grew it to where it was making a million dollars a year — and now he wants to show you the exact process he used so you can do the same thing.

Even though he seems real convincing in his sales video, you’re probably still wondering is John Crestani’s Internet Jetset a scam, or is this a legit product that can help make me money?

Honestly I believe this is very well put together program that can potentially make you money — however there are a few things that I disliked about it (which I’ll be covering in just a second).

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Before I get into this program though, let me first give you a little bit of information about John.

Who Is John Crestani?

John Crestani

John started his journey back in 2011 trying to make money online, and within the next few years he managed to build a business that that was making him millions of dollars a year.

He’s now specialized in things like Facebook and YouTube ads, Google ad words, and conversion optimization — and has made it his goal to also help people like you and me follow in his footsteps and earn money online.

Overall after watching several of his training videos, he seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy that can help show you how to legitimately make money online.

What Is Internet Jetset And How Does It Work?

Internet Jetset is a program aimed at teaching how you to build an online business and make money from it with affiliate marketing.

You’ll be learning how to do stuff like choosing a niche, building a website, getting traffic to your website, then promoting products through your affiliate links.

Once inside the members area, you’ll go step by step through several video lessons showing you the different aspects of what’s involved to create a successful online business.

If you want, you can watch this 18 minute video that explains in more detail what Internet Jetset is and how it works.

 

What Included Within The Program?

There are 11 in depth training lessons within the main course of this program, that show you step by step how to set up a business online.

The training lessons

The lessons taught include…

  • How to find your niche
  • The correct type of mindset you need to have
  • How to get free traffic from Google, Facebook, and YouTube
  • How to become better at copy writing
  • and a few other techniques like launch jacking

One of the things I really like about this training is it focuses on ways to get free traffic to your website. Because too many times I’ll review a program that solely focuses on paid advertising — which can get extremely costly, especially if your a complete beginner.

With that said though, the only disadvantage to getting free traffic is it takes time.

Therefore you’ll need to develop the right kind of mindset if you want to succeed within this program (which John will also help people learn how to do within the program).

There’s also a couple of upsells included within this program called the Xtreme Case Study Archive and Super Affiliate System — (I’ll explain more about them in a second).

How Much Does It Cost?

The program cost $47.00 dollars a month — and with that you’ll get access to all the main courses of the program, support from a rather large community, and the ability to watch monthly live webinars taught by John himself.

Also this program comes with a 60-day money back guarantee, so if you don’t like it after 2 months you can return it with no questions asked.

Along with the $47 dollars though, you’ll also have to buy your own domain and hosting which usually equals out to around $6-7 dollars a month.

Some Other Up sells Within The Program

As I mentioned earlier, there are 2 main upsells within this program that are optional if you want to buy them.

1. Xtreme Case Study Archive ($187.00) – This will give you 10 videos from super affiliate marketers who all made over 1 million dollars online.

Extreme case study

I think if you are serious about wanting to make money with this program, and you got the extra cash — that this could help speed up your learning curve greatly.

2. Super Affiliate System ($997.00) – This is a 12-week program that goes into great detail about paid advertising. There are 6 modules in total, and they include things like Facebook and Google ads, YouTube ads, how to use survey funnels, and how to properly scale your campaigns.

Honestly I think the price for this is way too high, but again if you have the money and want to see quicker results with your business — then the SAS might be something you really want to try out.

What I Like About It

  • The price is not too expensive
  • This program is organized very well, and comes with high quality training
  • There’s monthly webinars you can watch
  • It teaches you how to get free traffic from multiple sources
  • There’s a rather large community you can get help from

What I Don’t Like About It

  • The upsells he offers within the program are crazy expensive (even if they might be very good)
  • You have to pay close to $1,000 dollars to learn how to do paid advertising
  • It does not provide you with any free tools
  • You don’t get free hosting

Who Is Internet Jetset For?

If you’re a complete beginner and looking for a thorough program that teaches affiliate marketing, then this is definitely worth a shot.

The program has good training, there’s a community of like-minded people that can help you out, and it’s not too expensive to pay for each month.

My Final Rating – Can You Really Make Money With This Program?

3 out of 5

Overall I think Internet Jetset is put together very well, and it can also make you money if you follow what is taught within the program. Remember though this program teaches free traffic methods, so it requires you to have a lot of patience in order to become successful.

So no this is not a scam — and is actually one of the few programs I’ve reviewed thus far that I recommend you check out.

With that said though, I’m part of a program VERY similar to Internet Jetset called Wealthy Affiliate which basically does the same thing (which is teach people how to make money online through affiliate marketing).

However I would say it offers A LOT more value, has a much larger community, and also has way more training when compared to IJ. Also it doesn’t require you to spend hundreds of dollars for additional training.

Here’s a quick comparison of some of the main differences between both of them:Wealthy Affiliate vs Internet Jetset
So while I think either one would be a great choice to help you learn how to become a successful affiliate marketer — I believe Wealthy Affiliate actually is a much better program, and you’ll definitely learn a lot more information for the 40 something dollars you’ll be spending every month.

I hope after reading this review you’ve gotten a better understanding as to what IJ is, and how it works.

If you have any other questions though regarding Internet Jetset, or you would like to share your personal experience of being a member with them — leave a comment below and let us know how you enjoyed it. 🙂

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6 thoughts on “Is John Crestani’s Internet Jetset A Scam? Read This Honest Review Before Joining”

  1. Before discovering Wealthy Affiliate, I had seen this program by Jon Crestani and was intrigued to check it out. While he offers value with his program, once I saw the up selling, I became skeptical. 

    The primary reason why I went with Wealthy Affiliate is that they provide you with all the training at a fixed price of $49/monthly. I like the way Jon talks and trains you as he has his way of teaching and persuading you. Pretty good program besides the up selling.

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    • Honestly this too is one of the reasons I joined Wealthy Affiliate. 

      I didn’t want to spend a lot of money to learn how to build a business online — and Wealthy Affiliate not only offers a fixed price each month — but they even offers a discount once you become a premium member.

      I have yet to find a program that either isn’t trying to completely scam you out of your hard earned money — or offer some big up sell after you become a premium member.

      Also another good thing about WA, is they are continually adding more features and updating their training each year — yet they have not increased the price of their program since they launched it back in 2005.

      This is why I will continue staying a loyal customer of WA — as you can truly tell the owners Kyle and Carson care about the people within their community and want to see them succeed. 

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  2. Hello Michael,

    I’ve never heard of Internet Jetset before, but now I know after reading your review.

    Up selling is to be expected from most online businesses. However, I am surprised by the transparency and lack of up selling from Wealthy Affiliate.

    However, I’ll give it a +1 for offering a 60-day money back guaranteed. However, I wonder how easy it is to get your money back if you choose to back out.

    Cheers,
    Eric

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    • From what I can tell, all you have to do is head over to Clickbank’s customer service site, find your order for Internet Jetset, and simply ask for a refund. 

       

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  3. I had looked into Internet Jetset when it was first released. The Vegas video that John did to promote his free webinar and IJ really inspired me, which is why I decided to check it out.

    I must say that the training is great quality and there’s also some level of support from the community.

    But as you say, the up sells are pretty pricey. I also think the community could do with a bit of boost (numbers-wise) to provide a higher level of support.

    However, the only training module I have an issue with is “Launch Jacking” because it’s a shady tactic that won’t do your blog any favors – especially in the eyes on google in my opinion.

    Neil

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    • I think you might have launch jacking confused with something else Neil. Basically all it is, is where you promote a product that is about to be released into the public — which in my opinion is quite smart.

      For example say Apple is about to come out with their new Iphone in a few months, and you wan to try and sell some on its release date. 

      You simply would create a blog post and market it “before” it got released — meaning there’s usually very little competition for the keyword — and you can get a flood of traffic and sales due to the popularity of it.

      However I would not use this as a long term strategy, because usually within a few weeks or months people’s will start to lose interest — therefore making you lose traffic and sales.

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