Latest Articles

The Email Syndicate Review (Honest Subtitles)

It seemed to be a pointless waste of my time to actually write a review about this program so instead I went though the initial sales video and edited it to say whats really happening. Enjoy!


For those of you that don’t know The Email Syndicate was just a reboot of the failed MyEmailMentor program last year.

Pretty much everything this program offers you was covered in that video but with credit to here is the Email Syndicate review in full.


If you haven’t heard the news, well I’m here to tell you about a wonderful web we weave on the internet. Here we go again. The Email Syndicate is the exact same service as a review I did not too long ago.

Yes, it looks like it’s been rehashed, renamed and now it’s a new game. I want people to really I mean really be aware of what this TES is all about.

I read the terms and its the exact same terms as the infamous My Email Mentor review I did. So, BUYER BEWARE.


Product: The Email Syndicate TheEmailSyndicate
Overall Ranking: 0/10
Year: 2015


What is The Email Syndicate aka TES?

  • It’s a service based product.

How does it work?

  • TES provides a list of 3000 subscribes. What they want you to do is send out pre-written emails on a daily basis.

How much does it cost?

  • Starting cost is $7 dollars
  • $47 dollars a month

Who can join?

  • Global


TES has this video on their site that sounds promising. Who wouldn’t want some guarantee money. Who doesn’t want a system that makes people money by practically NOT doing anything.

I would be doing this too if I knew it worked. I could promote this on my site easily and happily if I knew it worked.

You just gotta understand, I gotta sleep at night and there is no way I would by any means promote something with such blatant red flags.

Let’s Just get on with my review.

VIDEO Guaranteed

I want to start with the video because this is where people usually come across TES aka The Email Syndicate.

Like I said earlier it sounds like a promising system. It’s very tempting and they make it sound like it makes sense.

TES even state in the video that you will start making money immediately.

This is what people want when people see videos like these, guaranteed money. Boy do they do a great job tempting people.

If I didn’t know what was really going on, I would be doing this right now. I would have got scammed and would have been mad.


TheEmailSyndicate Nothing To It

What TES claims is that they have a list ready for you. All you have to do is log in every day, select a pre-written email, add your tracking link and click send.

Anytime someone clicks on a link from the emails a member sent, they make money.

According to TES, they claim this will take less than 5 minutes a day to do.

From the claims that TES make, it’s a simple and easy task to do.

Click and work less than 5 minutes a day and get paid. Trust me if it was that simple you know we all will be doing this.


In the video they claim it takes 13 hours to send their massive emails out, but if they got help from other people, it would only take 30 minutes.

If anyone could build a list the way these “so called” Guru’s can, I would keep my 13 hours.

Actually, everyone who has a massive list like what TES claims, would keep it in the family.

If you split that up with your spouse, children, mom, sister, brother, cousin and best friends, you can get it done in a few hours.

So my question is, why would they need you? What they claim with this 13 hours is not a good enough excuse.


TheEmailSyndicate Few Years Ago

First this guy stated he started a few years ago. Now it’s the WE thing. Now they’ve been doing this for almost 20 years. 20 years

Who are WE, Shouldn’t the WE be very transparent on who they are? They are guaranteeing people money, yet they don’t show who they are.

If I can help people make money online plus I know my system works, I would be happy to express who I am.

They are the ones stating they’ve been doing this for almost 20 years. What’s your names? I know it’s not Bobby because that’s from MEM who got the character from Fiverr.


The Email Syndicate Click Agency

What I found out is that the Click Agency are partners with TES. TCA aka The Click Agency mainly sells clicks.

If you want to learn more about The Click Agency, you can read my review about them.


Of course they should, it’s their darn emails.


TheEmailSyndicate Help

I want you to think about this. According to these so-call Guru’s they need help.

They need help to send out their emails. So why doesn’t TES just hire people?

They can hire people as independent contractors and have them send out these emails.

There are plenty of people they can find to send out emails. Trust me they can have people hired in minutes.


TheEmailSyndicate Insulting

Did you just read that? What is this, an entitlement show? How insulting is that?

TES needs people, but they are charging a small fee.


They claim they can hire people and sit in an office. I thought they were doing this for almost 20 years now.

We all know TES can hire people as independent contractors from home. Seriously, do they think people don’t know this.

People are walking around town with their gadgets. A person can sit at their favorite cafe using their cell phone and send out these emails in less than 10 minutes.


TheEmailSyndicate Cost

Why would YOU pay them to send out their gigantic emails?

This is their Sh**. Sorry, I’m just a little irritated again.

These are the same claims that this fake Bobby was saying in MEM.

This is why I say it’s a SCAM. I don’t need to buy this stuff to prove it’s a scam. The business model should make sense from the get-go.

This is why I just don’t run off and buy services to see if it will work.

I’m trying to show people what to look for because there may not be any reviews out there to read on the net.

When a service is asking for money up front, please don’t ask the people who are selling the scam. Your best bet is to read the fine print and just wait and think about it.

Another Red Flag is that when they are asking you to do something for them, it should be considered some sort of “job”.

What I mean by this is that they should be paying you and not the other way around, period.


I went over this with my MEM’s Review. They have the same claims. That’s why I called it rehash, rename and new game.

Sometimes the game is over, so now it’s time to rename and rehash the game.

There are rules to getting paid with TES if and that’s if you ever get paid.

I’m going to break it down quickly. The rules are listed in the fine print. I think people should take the time to read the fine print.

I’m going to list the most significant rules you should be aware of.

You can find all this info in the Terms and Conditions area at the bottom of the site before you even pay a dime or give out your info.


  • You need an autoresponder to do this. It cost $47 dollars a month to use this autoresponder. The autoresponder they want you to use is Email Response Pros. Again, yes they want you to pay for it.
  • You get paid 20 cents per click, but the clicks are deemed valid by the sole descretion of TES.
  • You must log in every day.
  • You must have 300 clicks a month to be eligible to get paid.
  • You must make at least $400 dollars in clicks to be eligible to get paid.

So this is not just $7 bucks, but it’s $7 bucks to get started. Yeah, they made it seem great in the video, but when you read the fine print the nightmare begins.


theemailsyndicate Bots

In the video they said they are not into spam. TES claims people voluntarily decided to be on their list.

All you have to do is send out emails to the 3000 list they give you. If anyone clicks the link you get paid from their valuable list.

I understand that some people would do shady things to get paid, most people don’t. The main point I’m getting out is how do you know if the list is a valid list.

TES didn’t give any valid reason why you should trust this list of 3000 subscribers you will pay for to get.


Wendy left a comment stating that it cost $1 dollar for the first 7 days then it will cost you $9.97 a month to process TES emails.

You get a 1000 emails to process, then each month they will add another 1000 emails.

Remember these are their emails and they should be paying YOU. Why are you going to pay $1 dollar or $10 dollars to process their mess. Just saying!


Once you start to dig deep and get to the fine print, I hope you have second thoughts. If what I’m stating is not enough, go to my review on MEM and read the comments.

Most of the people didn’t get paid at all. In fact, most of them had to get a refund before their 60 days money back guarantee was about to end.

Again, I want you to think about this If you had this massive list, who would you go to first?

I’m going back to the We’ve been doing this for almost 20 years. How many We’s are there? Between the We’s, they can’t send out these emails, Really? How long does it take to hit the send button?

Or have they been scamming people for 20 years?

Look, I’m just saying this because sometimes you have too look at what make sense here. What they claim doesn’t make sense for people to pay.

If what I stated is not enough and you just have to give it a go, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Jay is a professional author of Search Engine, Marketing and Social networking news and also the owner of The Downliner. He has over 12 years of experience with affiliate marketing and Internet business promotions.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


%d bloggers like this: