Crypto Coin Sniper Honest Review
by Anne | 9:52 am

Hello guys, gals, and ghosts of all types! I found this thing hanging around in my inbox. I have no clue how we went from social media management and online writing jobs to cryptocurrency, but we managed it. So, here you go! Another piece that got pulled from the rubbish heap for your visual enjoyment as I tear it to pieces.

Crypto coin sniper honest review

Crypto Coin Sniper Review

Name: Crypto Coin Sniper


Price: $37 + Upsells

Owners: “Gerald Watson” and “Paul Scott”

Overall Score: 0 out of 10

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Crypto Coin Sniper Overview

This system is a “top secret” trading software that is designed to make you $3,000 a day via cryptocurrency. Now, where have I heard that recently? My Crypto Formula review had the exact same claim. Apparently, this system can be set up in 20 minutes and it’s as easy as tying your shoelaces.

There is no company information, no pictures, and nothing but the video on their site. They claim that it’s “super top secret” and yet their sales video is on YouTube and there are plenty of reviews for the system out there, too.

I found the video on YouTube, but it’s in 2 parts. Part 1 is above and part 2 is below if you really want to watch it. I personally would rather have to deal with a party for 12 hours and not be able to leave.

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

The Good:

  • Missing so much information that you can’t help but wonder if it’s real
    • Which is a good thing because the fewer people that buy this piece of garbage the better

The Bad:

  • Has an earnings’ disclaimer
    • This means that you are not guaranteed to make money with their system
    • They are also not responsible if you don’t make money with this system
  • Shows us “his” bank account.
    • It’s at least a little more sensible this time, but I still have to wonder why anyone would keep a million dollars in their bank account
    • Also, if he’s been doing this for several years shouldn’t it be more?

bank account

The Ugly:

  • Says absolutely nothing about the product.
  • Continues to go on and on about how much money you’ll make and how wonderful his own life is, but doesn’t show us anything useful
  • At least 1 testimonial is fake


fake testimonialThere are 3 testimonials, all in the first 5 minutes of the video, or part 1 video which is the first video on this post. Out of the 3, I did find 1 on Fiverr and that’s enough for me to make the call that I want nothing to do with this. Also, it’s the only actual people we see throughout the entire video. There are no other pictures or people but these 3 testimonials.

Demos and Disclaimers

Okay, I’m going to rant for a moment, but who actually needs $3,000 a day? I want to make about $5,000 a month and I’d be more than happy with that unless you are drowning in debt this seems like a pipe dream. Also, if you make $3,000 a day why in the world is he only giving it away for $37 like his video says. Yes, there are upsells after it, but the premise still stands.

This system is either legit enough that you could give it away for free because you are making so much money or it’s not fiverr spokesperson videolegit in which case you just want people to buy it to line your own pockets. It’s one or the other in scenarios like these.

Also, if it’s true that you can make some pretty big bucks on a system like this, then why is there an earnings’ disclaimer? I would much rather you be honest with me and let me know exactly how much I’ll be making than telling me outrageous claims that will never happen.

He states that he’s going to give us a live demo which turns out to be a screenshot where you can’t see anything.

'live' demo

Did you see any useful information on that? I certainly didn’t.

No lies

The Story

So, another story to make us feel more connected to the person on the other end of the microphone. This would work more if I actually had a person speaking to me, or a picture of his family, but nope, it’s just the same tone of voice used in the rest of the video. So this may very well be all fictitious and I think it is. I’ll explain after the “story”.

The narrator’s name is Paul Scott from Philadelphia. He graduated from college at 29 and moved to New York City to Big Applebecome a successful journalist. He states that making it in the Big Apple as a journalist with no experience or inside contacts is nigh on impossible. That even an unpaid internship was out of the question.

However, he has an ex-wife and a 4-year-old daughter back in Philly to support. So he takes any jobs he can find which turns out to be a copywriter by day at 1-2 cents per word and flipping burgers at Wendy’s by night just to make ends meet.

He tried blogging and vlogging, but ad revenue was difficult. Paul looked into affiliate marketing but had no audience. He did do online surveys for a small amount of cash.

One day he found a writing job on Craig’s List paying 50 cents a word for an article about Bitcoin. He applied and got the job on a trial basis at one article per week. After 7 weeks the boss, Gerald Watson, was in town and met with Paul. They eventually came to discuss Paul’s financial situation and after only having met him once Gerald gave him Crypto Coin Sniper.

Paul immediately went home, plugged it in, and started making the big bucks, but the story doesn’t end there. Gerald eventually gave his permission to give the Crypto Coin Sniper to a select few lucky people.

Now Paul has a beach house in Florida, 3 sports cars, goes out to dinner every single night, takes vacations 6 times a year, and never speaks about his daughter again. A true happily ever after tale.

1. I admit to having no knowledge about journalism so I don’t know how hard it is to enter that field in New York City, but I would think an unpaid internship would be on the table, especially since he graduated from college.

2. I’d like to point out the question of why is he supporting his ex-wife? Doesn’t she have a job? I can see the daughter, but the way he worded it was strange to me.copy-writing

3. Copy-writing can be a lucrative way to make money, as long as you market yourself correctly.

4. If he got Crypto Coin Sniper for free, why is he insisting on selling it to make more money? Is it even his to monetize since Gerald Watson was the one the gave it to you?

5. You are supposed to give it to a select group of people and yet it’s out there for all of YouTube to see. I don’t know what classifies as a select group for you, but I don’t think that’s it.

Crypto Coin Sniper Price

Just to let you know the average amount an affiliate will receive for selling you this item is $55.56. At a 60% commission you are looking at almost $100 dollars spent on this product and since the total that they tell you happens to be $37 the other $63 has to come from somewhere.affiliate

The only silver lining is that there are no recurring fees so you won’t get hit with a charge you weren’t expecting the next month after buying this, which you shouldn’t.

My Final Opinion of Crypto Coin Sniper

Do not buy this product. At the very end of the video, this voice states that you will never see an offer like this for the rest of your life and I just laughed. I see the same offer and the same BS scheme at least once a week. You’re more than welcome to check it out, but know that if you put in your details it takes you directly to the sale page and then you’ll get spammed with emails.

There are several “hooks” that they use and try to get you to bite. The very first one that I noticed was the “do-nothing-and-make-money” hook. It’s an attractive prospect to sit around, do nothing, and rake in the cash. The world doesn’t work that way, though.

The second, third, and fourth came practically simultaneously. They are: “look-what-I-have-that-you-don’t” hook, “think-about-how-awesome-your-life-would-be” hook and, “think-about-how-your-life-wouldn’t-suck” hook. It’s a combination that I see often in schemes like this.

Then came the story, which is just one big hook in and of itself. It’s just trying to get you to emotionally invest in this product so you’ll be more likely to buy it.hook

The second to last is the “where-do-you-want-to-be-in-(insert number here)-years-time” hook. This is also another common one.

The very last one is the “it’s-about-to-disappear” hook. Those systems that aren’t legit use this to make you stress level and anxiety increase which might lead you to make an impulse purchase.

Honestly, this program sounds like it’s going to do the thinking for you while you turn into an automaton and just press buttons and do what it says. Kind of scary, that.

Crypto Coin Sniper at a Glance…

Name: Crypto Coin Sniper


Price: $37 + Upsells

Owners: “Gerald Watson” and “Paul Scott”

Overall Score: 0 out of 10

VERDICT: Not Recommended

not recommended

My #1 recommended product takes time, effort, and a lot of patience, but the success is amazing, and not just in monetary value, as I don’t have any to give, but in training, friendships, and motivation. I will never regret what I’m doing now because I have learned so much and will be able to take that with me wherever I go. I’ve been on this platform for almost a year and I’m still learning new things every single day. Check it out here!

I would ask that you please read it. Even if you’re not interested and even if you have no intention to buy anything work at home related at least see this option is there. It will always be up on my site should you change your mind.

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Did you have questions or comments that you would like to make? Then please put them down below. I will be more than happy to tell you what I know and answer everything to the best of my ability.







Hi Anne,
Thanks for writing this review about crypto coin sniper. I had not heard of this product before. I always get nervous when companies claim I can make $20,000 per week working only 20 mins per day. Thanks for your honest no BS review of this product. I agree with you that if they can’t actually talk about the product then the product must be garbage. The paid actors from Fiverr are a warning sign as well. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Cheers

Jun 09.2018 | 01:19 am


    Hello, Glenys.

    Thank you so much for your comment. I’m glad you agree with me.

    It’s such a shame that there are people out there that will go to these lengths just for a buck.

    Take care,


    Jun 09.2018 | 09:38 pm


I have always been skeptical about crypto currency in general — let alone a a program saying you can become rich if you join them.

It seems this is nothing but one huge scam to get people to spend more money right now when everyone is jumping on the crypto currency bandwagon.

To me I see it looks like a complete waste of time — and I’d rather build a business that as a much higher chance of making me good money.

Jun 13.2018 | 07:23 pm


    Hello, Michael

    Thank you for your comment. I completely agree with you.

    This is nothing more than a scam selling pretty lies and false promises. I’m glad I was able to help you make a decision to steer clear of this one.

    Take care,


    Jun 21.2018 | 01:05 pm

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