Avalanche X
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  • Avalanche X Ratings:
  • Overall Rating: 1.0/5.0
  • Features: 2.0/5.0
  • Value: 1.0/5.0
  • Support: 1.0/5.0
  • Based on 2 ratings and 8 reviews

Avalanche X by Kieran Gill has been released and there’s been a lot of buzz around it as many internet marketers have been promoting it to their mailing lists. No doubt you have seen their promotions and came here looking for reviews to see what it’s all about.

As usual with these kind of promotions Avalanche X promises a lot and gives you a bunch of reasons why you should jump on it. We, however, always advocate doing your research and not rushing into it. Even if Kieran Gill will close their Avalanche X program there will be other similar programs to follow, be assured. You will not miss the opportunity.

So when is the right time to join Avalanche X, if ever? First you really have to think about whether it’s something you can invest your money and time in. Keep in mind that any investment is risky and you can lose your money, regardless of what the advertising is promising you. Always try to see through hype.

Lastly, this page should serve as a Avalanche X review where users leave feedback after using the program. We have set up a rating system to do just that. You can rate the program on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the best, 1 being the worst) based on different aspects of it, such as its features, customer support, value for the money and overall rating. That way you will be able to see at a glance what the majority of Avalanche X users think.

Should you have any comments about Avalanche X or Kieran Gill in general, feel free to leave it below.

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Reviews & Comments

8 Responses to “Avalanche X”
  1. j Says:

    I bought the system for over $200, but don’t have the software. None was sent to me, and I can’t get a response. The hosting company has poor support, and I haven’t received much help.

    This may be a pattern. I signed with a binary broker, deposited money, then didn’t receive the promised software. Perhaps it’s too soon to say, but people may have us sign up, then don’t deliver, since the software is “free”. However, we do spend money on all the “extras.” I now have a website that is not being used, and I’ve already paid for 6 months’ hosting.

    When I receive the promised software, I will update.

  2. Julia Gifford Says:

    Well, I bought the hosting, that is the landing page that came up, when you click on “Add to cart”. The information said that as soon as you signed up for a domain name and paid, that you would receive the software immediately. I did this on 01/28/2014, and now here it is the 29th of January, and I have never received no software as of this date. But, just lost my money. I have spoken with someone at the webhosting “Optimal Hosting” and by the way she said she was in ENGLAND and I am in the U.S. She told me the same thing I am the receptionist and can not help you. I will have to have someone call you back. I was told that last night on the 28th of January, and I also, called this morning, and she told me the same thing again. I told her I believe I just got scammed. I would be reporting there website to the “Better Business Bureau”. What a scam!

  3. Julia Gifford Says:

    I thought I would give you an update. I received the software for Avalanche X just a few minutes ago. Now I am excited to get started and see what I can do to make this work for me, and make some money! Maybe it is the real thing, you think? I hope so. So I did not get scammed after all yeah!

  4. mike Says:

    didn’t buy product yet, hello Julia, can you update us, how is avalanche working for you?

  5. Barbara Says:

    I purchased AvalancheX and a Gold Membership traffic on 01/30/14. I’ve received a link to download it but it shows me only dashboard. I’ve sent 2 jobs following the AvalancheX presentation but have no email confirmation from them or any other proof they received it. Obviously my account at ClickBank shows “0” earnings!! I don’t have any contact info for AvalancheX on the site I’ve received from the hosting company. How to contact AvalancheX? I am very disappointed…

  6. Julia Gifford Says:

    I have put up a website thru the “Dashboard. I chose a “Niche” from the drop down box. I chose “weightloss” and it said on the website Avalanche X, that you did not have to put in the title or your content you could go back and do that later. Which I believed. So, I setup the website put in my Clickbank ID and sure enough I have a website, but don’t know now how to “Edit” it to put in the title I have chosen or even my unique content. The website does not give you any information as to how to “Edit” the website, and make changes? No where does it have a “Contact Us” on the website Avalanche X? I contacted Optimal Hosting thru their support area, and they have yet to contact me back to tell me how to get in touch with Avalanche X or how to “Edit” my website, “Weightloss? I sent them an email to Optimal Support on February 2, 2014, and no reply as of this date. They have not replied back to me how to get in touch with Avalanche X. They just keep sending me information to setup my domain name with Optimal Web Hosting. What a joke! I have a website but the content says “You need to change this information and put in your own unique content. But don’t if know how to “Edit” this website. I have requested a refund from Optimal Web Hosting on February 5, 2014, and as of this date they have not replied back. Just keep send me emails to setup my domain name. I will dispute these charges with my bank. Oh and by the way, Mr. Nathan Kass, says he will pay you $500.00 out of his own pocket, if you don’t make money with this system. But, I listened to the video again, he does not even give you his contact information. What a hoax!

  7. j Says:

    Optimal Hosting tried to charge my bank account $150. There seems to be an automatic charge done monthly. I had told Optimal Hosting (Cloud Hosting) that I had no web page, and wanted my money back for marketing (~$150), since no service had been given. I did not receive any reply to my numerous emails (tickets).

    I did receive a link to a webpage from Cloud Hosting, apologizing “Sorry, we’re late…”. But the webpage is not the same as the one in the video. Among others, you could not specify the URL for your webpage. I emailed Cloud Hosting, asking for the name of the company whose products I would be selling on my webpage. (Wanted to check them out.) No reply. Now I see from Julia’s review that it is a mock webpage. No products are involved. I now put the marketeers–who email outrageous lies for the love of money–into my spam box.

  8. Julia Gifford Says:

    Hi j, Julia Here

    I was wondering if you got a refund after you paid for the Optimal Hosting? I have contacted Optimal Hosting, through email support. I finally got a response back on 02/12/14. They informed me that you had to request a refund before (7) days is up? They told me that I would not be getting a refund. I contacted my bank, and they are now in the process of getting my credit card credited for the amount of $90.60. I have a receipt from Optimal when I paid online, for the amount of $89.70. When I contacted my bank, they told me that Optimal Hosting had charged my credit card for a different amount. The amount of $90.60, which I did not approve. They told me that there would be no problem in getting my money back. They would follow through, and they would be turned into Better Business Bureau to investigate, even though, they are in England. I hope they put them out of business here in the United States. What a scam!

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