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RATING: F

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Product: Trinity Code (by Aidan Booth & Steve Clayton)

Date: September 2013

Price:

  • $3,000 (3 monthly payments of $997 each) OR...
  • $2,497 IF paid in-full up-front
  • Required webhosting & domain names not included





$3,000 BOAT ANCHOR?






If you're considering buying Kibo Code Quantum or any high ticket item from Aidan Booth or Steve Clayton, you really need to read this review first.


I purchased a high ticket item from Aidan Booth and Steve Clayton called Trinity Code, and here was my experience...


Much like Kibo Code Quantum , Trinity Code was an online program which included training and tools to make money online.

The product was VERY POOR.

RHETORIC, REALITY

The essence of Aidan & Steve's high-ticket program was to 'rinse & repeat' these 4 steps to riches:

1. Find an affiliate offer to promote.
2. Register a keyword domain related to the offer
3. Create a one page website on the domain to promote the affiliate offer
4. Drive traffic to the website using the special software that's included

The special software was called Crowd Force.




CROWD FORCE was the main workspace/organization area for the entire system.

It was also used to find so-called "Opportunities" (relevant websites such as blogs, forums, etc) where you could place a link pointing back to your money-making affiliate websites.

Steve & Aidan referred to the opportunities Crowd Force provided as "little pockets of traffic."

Get enough "opportunities" and watch the money roll-in baby!

THE PROBLEM


"Opportunities" are hard to come by not only in life, but in Crowd Force as well.

I spent lots of hours trying to get traffic with Crowd Force, and it was a fruitless effort.

Finding suitable, quality forum posts or social media pages to place links to your affiliate website is a very time consuming ordeal - whether you use Crowd Force or not.

As a whole, the #1 problem with the entire Trinity Code program is the quality. The quality is VERY POOR.




PROS

  • The premise was the ONLY positive thing I can say about Aidan & Steve's high-ticket program (make money on auto-pilot with easy-to-make affiliate websites).

CONS

  • Very low quality overall (especially in execution of the premise)
  • Broken promises
  • Buggy/useless software tools
  • Exceptionally poor customer support

These are only some of the main takeaways.

There's MUCH more detail about Aidan & Steve & their products which I get into at: My Detailed Review.

BUT TO SUMMARIZE...

Aidan Booth and Steve Clayton sold a high-ticket program that was of VERY poor quality, over-sold and under-delivered.


3 main problems with Aidan & Steve/Trinity Code:

1. BROKEN PROMISES

A lot can be said here. But for the sake of brevity, I'll mention only a couple violations.

BONUS "ELITE" TRAINING

Big hype surrounded the "Elite" portion of the program. But what was actually delivered was - to be blunt - PITIFUL.

Humongous value promised. A couple lousy videos delivered.

BIG, BIG Disappointment

For many more details on my "Elite" Trinity Code debacle, Click Here.

Another breach was regarding a promise NOT to market to us...

After all, when you pay $3,000 for a product, you probably don't feel like getting squeezed for more. You'd think?

However this promise was breached as well. See here for more details on breaches.

2. BUGGY/USELESS SOFTWARE TOOLS



The Wordpress theme in Aidan & Steve's high-ticket program (nothing special)

Buggy software tools included their Wordpress Theme and Crowd Force software for generating traffic.

Crowd Force once erased several hours of my work!

Crowd Force and the Wordpress theme were not only buggy, they both turned out to be useless as well.

Disappointing was that Crowd Force was touted as a very valuable, sophisticated software tool.

But it turned out to be neither of those things.

MORE LIKE CROWD "FARCE"

Crowd Force - the main component of this entire high-ticket program - was buggy, of little help, and no big time saver at all.

There's nothing Crowd Force does that you couldn't do yourself using Google and a spreadsheet (and quicker I would argue).

Crowd Force provides overly under-whelming results.

This is just the tip of the iceberg.

For a more in-depth review of my experiences with Crowd Force, CLICK HERE

3. EXCEPTIONALLY POOR CUSTOMER SUPPORT

Aidan said he's so committed to our success in Trinity Code, that he'll "drag us to success."

However my experience with Aidan & Steve's 'world-class' Customer Support was, well, quite different.

For example, when I had issues with things not working properly in the program, my inquiries were met with silence.

Not exactly the service you'd expect after shelling out $3,000 for a product.

I've had MUCH better support from makers of $37 products, which by the way would've been a much more reasonable price point for Aidan & Steve's high-ticket product.

My experience with Aidan & Steve's customer support was hardly anything even remotely similar to Aidan's "drag to success" pledge.

Again, you can get more gory details. Just click here.