Perpetual income 365 review

Perpetual Income 365 review: Is it A Scam Or A Legitimate Program To Make $432 A Day?


Post updated on July 30, 2020.

Hi, and welcome to my Perpetual Income 365 review.

Are you looking for an honest and unbiased review of the Perpetual Income 365 affiliate marketing course to find out if their course can help you make $432 per day as they claim?

If yes, you have come to the right place.

Throughout this review, we will delve deeper into the following points:

  • what is the perpetual income 365 is about,
  • How does the Perpetual Income 365 work,
  • the price to get the course,
  • what you get inside,
  • the pros and cons of perpetual income 365, and my final point of view.

Perpetual Income 365 review summary:

Product name: Perpetual income 365

Product type: Affiliate marketing course combined with done for you stuff.

Owner: Shawn Josiah (previously Hidden)

Reason: When I first made my review on February 02, 2020, I assumed Shawn Josiah was an alias because he didn’t show up in the sales video.


Price: $9 for 14-days trial, then $47 per month.

Sow Your Seed Today rating: 50/100

Do I recommend this? Yes and No – I will explain why.

What is the Perpetual Income 365 about?

The perpetual income 365 is an affiliate marketing course combined with software where the owner claims he will show you the hidden secret company like Netflix used to grow their business from $130 dollars to $403 million in just 1 year.

Perpetual Income 365 claims they have a secret Netflix used to make million dollars.

According to the narrator in the sales video, in just a few minutes you can get your affiliate marketing business up and running and start generating a minimum of $432 a day thanks to the secret they will show you in their course.

When you land on the sales page, the first thing you will see is a warning. That the registration expires in 24 hours.

That is not true. It’s just a marketing strategy. Close the page, come back after a week or a month, and you’ll still find it there.

Perpetual Income 365 scarcity

This is about their claim.

What exactly is the Perpetual income 365?

First off, there is no secret or magic formula for making money online. Done For You system or not, you need to invest in yourself, do the work if you want to make money with any program.

The truth is Perpetual income 365 is just an affiliate marketing course that will teach how to make money with affiliate marketing through email marketing and solo ads marketing.

Personally I am not a fan of solo ad 2 raseons:

It requires a huge advertising budget and there is no guarantee the clicks you get will be turned into subscribers and then into buyers.

And even if you manage to get leads from your campaign, the odds of turning these leads into profits will not happen overnight because you first need to build trust with your new subscribers before they buy from you (contrary to what the narrator in the sales video claims.

I prefer using traditional paid advertising methods such as Bing, YouTube, and Google ads because I can target the audience I want based on their location, age, interest, etc. That leads to a better ROI compared to solo ads that I don’t know for sure if the clicks I am getting are specific.

But as you know traffic is the lifeblood of any online business. And if you can drive targeted traffic to your offer, then likewise you can get leads and sales.

Affiliate marketing using email marketing is a proven way you can use to make money online but it is not a get rich quick scheme.

Also, read SFI Affiliate Center review.

How does the PerpectualIncome 365 work?

As I said previously, this program is about affiliate marketing training that comes with “Done For You” stuff such as landing page, Follow Up Emails templates, etc.

Here is how it works in a nutshell:

You join the program throughout ClickBank and, pay PI365 product, and now what you need to do is to watch the training video that will show you how the program works and how to get traffic using solo ads networks.

The next step is to create/choose your landing page (2 default to choose with upgraded option) using your domain name and the software will automatically upload and connect a 31 follow up emails sequence to it.

Then come to the next step where you are required to sign up with Getresponse ( extra expenses some promoter didn’t tell you- at least $15 per month for a 500 email list size), connect it to your landing page, and your money-making funnel is ready at this stage.

But without targeted traffic or people visiting your landing page, there is no money to make. Right?

This is why they teach you how to get traffic and their focus is using solo ads networks like Udimi to start sending traffic to the landing page you created.

Once someone opt-in to receive more information, they will be introduced to a 31 emails sequence designed by the Perpetual Income 365 owner, Shawn Josiah to sell the program itself. Any work is required from you during this first month when your new prospects opt-in into your mailing list.

Some co-reviewers state Shawn Josiah will show you trusted solo ads sellers where you can get better ROI. My guess! If all the members are directed to the same sellers, that means almost all the Perpetual Income 365 members that will follow his advice are going to promote to same offer to the same audience. Can you imagine what will happen in this scenario? I guess you know.

And some say it is the best opportunity and the easiest way to make money because you don’t need to create a website. Is it really easy as they claim? Or they are just looking to get a commission from your purchase?

I guess it is the next because, if their claims are proven, why didn’t use the program instead of using their blog to promote the offer to you. Some just invested $9 to try just the program and they use it as a selling point – just to get your trust. They didn’t use it. And what makes me a little bitter is the fact they didn’t tell you what is involved in this program.

How much the Perpetual Income 365 cost?

The Perpetual Income 365 costs $9 for your first 14 days and then $47 ongoing monthly fee if you wise to use to keep your membership.


There are upsells to up to $297.

Here they are:

Perpetual Asset cost $127: With this upsell you are allowed to get 5 advanced landing page templates.

5 Clicks Profit Activator cost $197: This upsell give you customization option and come with a marketing strategy that can help you get more conversion rate. In fact, it allows you to display visitors country flag, spots available display, and also the possibility to track visitors.

Email ATM cost $297: It comes with these features:

  • Content Fountain that re-write email swipes automatically for you,
  • Spambox Filter that cloaks your affiliate links to avoid your email to be treated as spam and landed on your subscriber’s spam folders instead in their inbox,
  • Possibility to broadcast to your list just a few clicks of the mouse.

And it is not all your expense because you are required to buy clicks from solo ads networks and Getresponse is not free (you get 30-days free trial but after that, they will charge you on monthly or yearly based).

For instance, 100 clicks on solo ads networks like Udimi cost $40 – $100.

Getresponse cost $15 per month (basic plan) for 1000 emails list size and the price goes up to $25 you have more than 1000 subscribers.

So your expenses on monthly based are at least $47+ $15 + your advertising expenses (at least $40). That is $102 per month.

Also, read Done For You Service System Review.

How much can you make from the PI365 program?

Note that every sale you make gives you $23.5 (50% commission).

Let do quick math based on your monthly expenses:

Let’s say you buy 100 clicks for $40 as we estimated and you get 20 -30 subscribers and 25% of these leads convert into sales. That means you will make: $23.5x 5 – to $23,5×7 – that equals $117.5 to $164.5 per month. This is the best case.

Being in the email marketing for a while, I admit (and even seasoned email marketers will agree), our calculations based on the conversion rate are not realistic. $40 for 100 clicks?

Without mentioning the fact that it will take time for your new subscribers to trust you and accept to take their credit card to pay for your product.

In the bad case, you’ll probably go months without making a sale.

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What do you get inside?

The Perpetual income 365 is a DFY affiliate marketing system (a software) that gives you ready-made tools you can use to promote the product itself and then any ClickBank products you want using email marketing and solo ads.

Here is what you get in a nutshell:

  • 2 ready-made landing pages of your choice and their software host these pages for you,
  • An email followup sequence for 31 days, and,
  • A guide to solo ad traffic.

Fore landing page builder if you do research you will find free tools that will help you create and host them free of charge online.


Yes, really. Just take a look at the image below. Or just click on this link to see it live.

It looks great. Right?

I didn’t buy the PI365 product but based on what I see from some members, their 2 free landing page templates are not more attractive than this one above though.

However, it doesn’t take me a min to design this one above and it is a free tool you can get here (with a full email marketing management system) if you wish.

Before you buy the PI365 product, watch this video to find out if this program is for you.

Also, read the Zendyx Affiliate System review.

Is the Perpetual Income 365 a scam?

You know judging a program as a scam gives me headaches.

Here is how Wikipedia define a scam: scam = confidence trick

A scam or confidence trick is an attempt to defraud a person or group by gaining their confidence.

But I think it depends on how you define a scam.

If for you, a scam is when someone takes your money and gives you nothing in return, then Perpetual Income 365 is not a scam because you will get something in return (training + DFY software from your money).

However, if a scam has a deeper meaning than that (as it is for me); Let’s say someone takes your money and promises you that your investment will give you so much back in return. Then, in this case, Perpetual Income 365 is a scam. Because the owner in the sale video not only promises he will reveal a secret big company like Netflix use that will help you make passive income. However, it is just something taught years later (email marketing using solo ads).

The more their promise of $412 a day is a promise that is far from being a reality given the methods taught in this program.

Scam or not a scam, I found some red flags you shouldn’t ignore.

Perpetual Income 365 review: Reg flags I discovered (Updated)

Update note:

In all transparency, when I was reviewing this program, Shawn Josiah used 2 actors below from Fiverr. After a while when he probably saw that some review was exposing his strategy, these two false testimonials have been removed from the sales video. It’s true that these testimonials don’t exist anymore on the sales video, but I keep them for evidence.

Actually, you will find there is only one testimonial in the sales video.

And I don’t know about you, personally, I’m not ready to pay for a product based on a testimonial in these days when there are too many fake products and scammers.

Reg flag #1: Fake testimonials (Update: doesn’t exist anymore)

In the introductory video, you will see people giving testimonials they made money using the Perpetual Income 365 software.

It is the case with this lady. She stated she made $428.17 on her first day with this program. Really?

Actrice from Fiverr lying having using the software

This is false because this lady is just a spokesperson on Fiverr. See the image below.👇👇

Perpetual income 365 review: using 
 female Spokesperson on Fiverr to lure people

As you can see it in the image above, this person is a spokesperson on Fiverr. The Perpetual income 365’s owner surely paid his service to give a fake testimonial on his program.

She is not alone, here is another fake testimonial from a man called Andy.

Fiverr actrice lying he are making money with Perpetual income 365

As you can see in the image below, this guy is also a spokesperson on Fiverr.👇👇

Perpetual income 365 review: using Spokesperson on Fiverr to lure people

This is not new in the MMO space because scammers know that testimonials will increase their sales conversion rates. That’s why they always use such testimonials fakes to try to convince people.

Here are some programs that use the same tricks I reviewed:


red flag #2: Hidden owner (Update: Owner is Shawn Josiah)

Also, read Global Domain International review.

About Shawn Josiah

Shawn Josiah is a successful internet marketer who has been able to enter into the ClickBank super affiliate circle. He is the owner of the Perpetual Income 365.

What are the real the reals testimonials now?

When looking for real testimonials I come across to their affiliate page and the one who is making more money with the program is the one below.


Perpetual income 365 review: Pros and Cons

Perpetual income 365 pros

  • 6o-days money-back guarantee throughout ClickBank
  • “Done for you” emails followup sequence to use for 31 days.
  • “Done for you” Landing page
  • Training materials provided (about traffic generation using solo ads)
  • The email list you build is for you and you are free to promote your existing business or any program you wise to your subscribers after the PI365 31 days follow up.

Perpetual income 365 cons

  • Over-hyped and bold claims,
  • Used fake testimonials at their start,
  • Not a beginner-friendly program. Solo ads marketing, in my opinion, is not for beginners since the ROI is low and almost everyone is using the same stuff (landing pages, emails follow up sequences, etc) to target the same audience.

My Perpetual Income 364review’s FAQ

What is the Perpetual Income 365 is about?

The Perpetual Income 365 is a Done For You affiliate marketing software combined with training that teaches you how to make money selling other people’s products using email marketing and solo ads marketing.

Is the Perpetual Income 365 a scam or legitimate?

No. Perpetual Income is not a scam per se. And I think due to what you read till here, the question is not if Perpetual Income 365 is a scam or not. Since you got something in return for your money we can’t call it a scam. But… Is the program worth your money? This is what matters here. But all depend on how you define a scam as well. Personally, it is a product I don’t recommend the reasons listed below.

Can you download the Perpetual Income 365 for free?

No. The Perpetual Income 365 program comes with software though, but you are required to buy the program to get access to it.

How much the Perpetual Income 365 will cost me?

The Perpetual Income 365 cost $9 for a 14 days trial then $47 per month. But it involves extra cost such as email autoresponder (at least $15), and ongoing advertising expenses (at least $100 per month to be realistic). Not to mention the upsells.

Is the Perpetual Income 365 offer an affiliate program?

Yes, the PI365 offer an affiliate program throughout the ClickBank affiliate network. So if you want to promote the PI365 program you need to first sign up with ClickBank.

Who is the Perpetual income 365 for?

Technically, this program is for everyone though. But practically if you are from countries restricted by ClickBank and you can’t create an account to promote their product, this program is not for you.

My final thoughts

The Perpetual Income 365 program is definitely not a scam in my opinion.

Shawn Josiah is a successful internet marketer who has been able to enter into the ClickBank super affiliate circle.

With his Perpetual Income 365 course, he aims to teach you how to start and grow an affiliate marketing business using email marketing and solo ads. And I admit he did a great work by creating a Done For You affiliate marketing software that cut almost the hard work for you.

Affiliate marketing is a great business model many online entrepreneurs including myself make money online.

But there are 4 reasons that keep me from recommending this program to my readers:

  • The first reason is the false testimonials discovered in the first moments of the product launch. Personally I don’t believe in any testimonials anymore.
  • The second reason is with the product itself and the promotion method taught which is based on solo ads I find not quit for beginners.

I’m not a fan of solo ads and I wouldn’t recommend this method to anyone.

The reason is simple. In my humble opinion, someone who has a mailing list that really benefits him or her is not going to accept that someone else advertises his or her list with any program.

And if he or she would accept that would be at an exorbitant cost. Right?
In other words, if their mailing list is profitable to them, why would they join solo ads networks to sell their list to other people.

  • The third reason that aligns with the previous one is that I don’t think solo ads marketing is made for beginners due to the fact they need to spend more money on advertising.
  • The number four reason I don’t recommend this program is the fact it is a DFY program where everyone gets the same stuff (the same landing page and the same emails follow up sequence, etc) as everyone else to promote the same product to the same audience.

I designed this website to teach people how to build a long term and profitable online business – not to join a program or buy products that not last. I am not saying the Perpetual Income 365 is a program that will not last.

But in my opinion, if you are starting out and you are on a budget, this is not the best program to consider because you can build a profitable and long term online business with a budget half the cost of this one.

I think my Perpetual Income 365 review helped you know what exactly this course is about, and the best part, based on what you read, you can make an informed decision.

What do you think about the Perpetual Income 365 by Shawn Josiah?

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3 thoughts on “Perpetual Income 365 review: Is it A Scam Or A Legitimate Program To Make $432 A Day?”

  1. The problem why many fall for these types of programs is because they either don’t do any research at all or a total lack of.

    The 2 actors (so to speak) should be enough for anybody to run a mile.

    I’d be interested to know just where the figure $432 per day comes from.

    Thank you for sharing

  2. I loved reading your review on perpetual income and whether its a scam or not. I liked the way you described the word “scam” , and it makes a complete sense if someone or a company doesn’t deliver its promise then it is a scam to me. I am so grateful to have come across the amazing platform of Wealthy Affiliate which doesn’t only promise but delivers as well.

    Many Thanks

    1. Hi, Habib
      Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts about Wealthy Affiliate.
      Glad to know you are also a WA member and to hear you found my perpetual income 365 review helpful.
      Wishing you all the best in your online business.

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