Google Sniper 3.0 Review


I am giving a first hand user review of George (Montagu) Brown’s Affiliate Marketing Training Program called Google Sniper 3.0

This newest version of his Google Sniper products is supposed to be updated and better than the original versions.

This is not a judgment of George’s past questionable unethical methods of marketing (for those of you who are familiar with Mr. Brown) … but this is simply a complete unbiased review of the Google Sniper 3.0 training program itself.

I purchased this product for what I thought would be a one-time cost of $47.00 … and herein lies the first negative.

Not the fact that it costs $47, but the fact that George neglects to tell you that this will be a recurring charge of $47 each month to your credit card.  This is omitted on the sales page when you make your purchase, but it’s in small print on another page.

Here is an actual sales receipt from clickbank….

Additional Monthly Fee Neglected

And this is where I have a real problem of Mr. Brown not being honest upfront.  You are led to believe that the cost of the Google Sniper 3.0 program is only $47, but you are agreeing to pay $47 a month continuously.

Once my credit card was charged, I had immediate access to the Google Sniper 3.0 membership page.  I was then prompted to download a 108 page PDF training manual.

This training manual covers basic things like finding products to promote – mainly through setting up a click bank account, finding marketing niches to build a website around, keyword research, how to setup a wordpress blog (i.e. your website) – but a lot of the material was outdated, and could actually be found for free through google searching.

The process to create your website blog was completely outdated.  When you are building a website, this is a serious process and I prefer to have this done by someone who actually know what they are doing and it is done correctly.

Throughout the training manual, You are instructed to watch training videos that are suppose to guide you on setting up your first “Google Sniper Website” …. the information can really be confusing, especially if you’re new to internet affiliate marketing.

Within a few days after reviewing the material, I cancelled my purchase and my $47 was immediately credited back to my account by Click Bank.

My Final Thoughts on Google Sniper 3.0
  • It is NOT worth a monthly membership fee of $47 just to have access to watch outdated training videos
  • There is NO support or private coaching available for members
  • You cannot contact the owner of Google Sniper 3.0 directly, which I feel is important in this industry
  • There is NO live chat to interact and pick the brains of successful internet marketing minds, who are actually REAL.
  • Website creation and hosting – plus training on how to monetize your website is NOT included in the monthly membership fee.


The only bright spot about Google Sniper 3.0 is the PDF manual that you were instructed to download.  It does have a few “golden nuggets” of information – but other than that, it is useless outdated information.

Affiliate Marketing Can Be Rewarding ……

If you become involved in this industry the right way.

There are so many scams connected with online internet marketing – so you definitely want to do your research and become involved with learning how to do this business the right way.

I am a Premium Member of an Affiliate Marketing and Website Development Training Community called Wealthy Affiliate and I don’t mind pay a monthly membership fee of $47 for my websites (up to 50 sites) being built for me, hosting at no additional cost, continuous online and real time training, and much more.

Not only is paying $47 a month is a great value – but more importantly I was told upfront what I would be paying when I decided to Become a Member of Wealthy Affiliate.

Plus, You can actually start with a FREE Starter Membership at Wealthy Affiliate before making an informed and intelligent decision to Become a Premium Member.

In closing, You want to feel good about  your decision and I encourage you to go with your gut feeling when making a decision about Getting Started with Affiliate Marketing.