What Is Atoce.com? NEW VERSION



Atoce.com now redirects you to a site called 30 Minute Money Methods. They have a new look and new overly hyped video promising earnings that you will NEVER achieve in the time frames they talk about!



So, how are they going to teach you to make these ridiculous amounts of money? You have to give them your email to even get any more information.

Here we go again!


Since I needed to update this review, I decided to bite the bullet and give them what they wanted to learn more. Here’s what I discovered.


After entering my name and email address, I was taken to the order page. I have to pay $37 and I can’t even learn anything about what I’m ordering. I don’t think so!!!


I have never reviewed a product that kept their secrets so tightly hidden until after you purchase it. I did find favorable reviews, but that is only because they will earn a commission if you buy it. Even their reviews tell you NOTHING about what it is or how it works.


I have also read reviews from honest and trustworthy people who would tell you the same thing I’m about to tell you. You cannot trust a product creator who hides the the nature of the product from you revealing it only AFTER you’ve paid for it.

Original Atoce Review

I’ve noticed that quite a few people have been spamming the YouTube comment sections lately talking about a program called atoce.com. I was curious enough to look into it and thought I would write a review. My investigation of this program lead me to some interesting things.



What Is Atoce.com?


Atoce.com is a website that offers 6 (at the time I’m writing this) work from home or work for yourself opportunities. If you click on any one of these opportunities, you are taken to a job description page with potential earnings.



Atoce Programs


Paid Surveys

Video Game Tester

Social Media Jobs

Translation Jobs


Writing Jobs


So, let’s see what they have for Video Game Tester jobs.


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If you click the link to start now, this is what you’ll see.



This is only the bottom portion of the sales page. There is a sales video followed by lots of hype and testimonials. Then, if you decide to join, you will be taken to the Clickbank sales page. In other words, atoce.com is just a directory for Clickbank products.


If you are not familiar with Clickbank, they are an affiliate network which gives affiliate marketers an opportunity to sell digital products for large commissions. Many of those products are over-priced or plain worthless but, at least there is a money back guarantee.


Atoce Monthly Giveaway


Atoce offers a $100 monthly giveaway on the 25th of every month. All you have to do to qualify for the giveaway is to like them on Facebook. That is their claim.


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Why Atoce?


Atoce gives you 10 reasons why should choose them to make more money on your own terms. Of course, they have nothing to do with atoce directly. As I mentioned, they only recommend Clickbank products where they will receive a commission for every product sold through their site.



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Is Atoce Legit?


There is nothing about atoce.com that leads me to believe that they are a scam. It is simply a site setup by an affiliate marketer who has found a clever way to promote affiliate products. It is up to you as a a consumer to decide whether or not these individual programs being promoted are legit.


Can You Make Money With Atoce?


Possibly……… But consider this; There are two types of people when it comes to affiliate marketing:


  • People Who Buy Products Through Affiliate Marketing
  • People Who Sell Products Through Affiliate Marketing


Can you guess which group typically makes more money? 


In other words, if you’re going to spend money to learn how to make money, why not learn how to make serious money as a affiliate marketer? It will take time and effort but it is the best way to leverage your time so you can make money around the clock!


If you’re not afraid to set goals and put in the work, you can learn to build a real sustainable and profitable business online. To learn more, check out my #1 recommendation.


See Also


Are you having success with any of the programs recommended by atoce.com? If so, I’d love to hear from you! Tell me about it in the comment box below.



  1. Ralph Caridad

    Good article. Always good to know about the latest make money from home sites. Its very hard to judge the validity of some.

    • Steve

      It is hard to separate the good stuff from the garbage at first Ralph. It comes with experience which unfortunately usually means losing money buying the garbage first!


  2. Jennifer

    Hey Steve,
    Hmm never heard of it before. But what I don’t get is why someone want to spend money for more and more products in hopes you sell vs. spend the money to better educate yourself to gain the knowledge to become an online marketer? That to me is by far a better way to go!!
    Great post by the way…

    • Steve

      I’m with ya. Why buy Clickbank products when you can sell them or, possibly learn to create your own product and have an army of affiliates selling your product!


    • Steve

      Hi Angela. You wouldn’t believe how many people are promoting them through the comment section of Youtube. I really don’t understand why when atoce doesn’t have an affiliate program of their own and all they do is promote crappy Clickbank products!


  3. Todd

    Hi Steve,

    I haven’t heard of atoce at all. But kind of a cleaver affiliate marketing tactic. Interesting spin on promoting Clickbank.

    So the answer to the question is it’s better to be an affiliate marketer. I would agree, it’s better to be selling than buying.

    And you want to learn how to do affiliate marketing correctly from the start. I see so many people online that call themselves affiliate marketers, but don’t even have a website of their own.

    It’s amazing how much poor information there is online. Thanks for putting out the truth here with your site. I always appreciate you honest nature.


    • Steve

      Hey Todd,

      This is an interesting way to try to sell Clickbank products. You can tell that this site will never be found organically so you can see why they would flood Youtube comments to promote the site. Unfortunately, most beginners will never catch on to that and they’ll waste their money on these questionable programs.


  4. Stephanie


    I had not heard of Atoce until I read your article. I can clearly see your point that there are two ways to make money through affiliate marketing – buying products offered through an affiliate network such as ClickBank or promoting products and as you indicated, those who choose to promote products make more money. I am familiar with ClickBank, but I choose not to work with that particular network because I have had concerns about their practices or and ethics or lack thereof.

    Thank you for writing this article and giving people more ammunition armed with information and knowledge to make wise decisions about the best ways to make money online – legitimately.

    • Steve

      Many people share your concerns about Clickbank products. Fortunately, there are plenty of other affiliate networks out there and affiliate programs for just about any niche you can imagine. I think it’s a good idea to be ethical in your business practices. People who build sites like atoce.com only care about making a quick buck with no concern for the well being of the people who buy what they promote.

  5. Diana Karp

    Well, who knew? I certainly did not know about atoce until just now. It IS interesting that an affiliate marketer came up with a creative way to “niche” themselves and also get so much recognition, so fast.

    I mean, you gotta give them that, at least.

    But you very thoughtfully laid out the pros and cons, without bias. And, I think, in time, people will see “atoce” for what it really is.

    Thanks for the info!

    • Steve

      Yeah, there are quite a few of these “gateway” sites that promote through comment spam on high visibility videos. It’s a cheap way to get a lot of traffic but it’s also quite sleazy. Not to mention that fact that the testimonies are outright fraud.

  6. Lynne

    Hey Steve, great article. I just loved what you said about affiliate marketing… some people buy things, other people sell things.
    I really wouldn’t get too excited about buying things at Clickbank though, a lot of their products are scams or dubious at best!
    Your #1 recommendation looks quite interesting! How long do you think it would take to start making some money from this opportunity?

    • Steve

      That’s a great question but probably the toughest question to answer in the industry. So many variables. I think that it’s best to focus more on developing skills for the first year than focusing on income. That doesn’t mean it will take a year to earn. Many people certainly start earning much sooner than that.

      People who make the big money online usually have years of experience and became successful through trail and error. It’s the equivalent to earning a degree but you can earn while you learn.

  7. Chris

    This site really takes the biscuit in my book – why would you pay to work online at menial jobs. I was also surprised at the unrealistic claims about how much money you can make they mislead you with. Every other page on the site seemed to be a related sales page. I’ve noticed this site take on many spamming tactics at the moment on various PTC and email platforms

    • Steve

      Yes sir, total scam. I expect many more of these types of sites to surface and I will contine to expose them for what they are.

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