High Ticket Heist Review

High Ticket Heist Review

Hey guys, and welcome back to Make that Sea Change. As you are probably aware, one of the main focuses of this site is to assist you in finding good ways to earn money online so that you can fund your own sea change in whatever fashion that may be for you. Those of you familiar with my work will also know that I like to point out what it good and not so good out there so you don’t get burnt with the scams. Hence, when I find a site that tells me that I can get paid $997 daily for 10 minutes work on my phone”, then I am going to try it out. So with that in mind – welcome to my High Ticket Heist Review.

high ticket heist review - sales blurb

Ok, so there are two main things I want to check out here – firstly, can I make $997 per day for 10 minutes work on my phone? And secondly, is the $12.47 I paid for it worth the money?

For this review, I will run you through:

  • What it is
  • How it works
  • Pros and Cons
  • Cost
  • My recommendations
high ticket heist review - intro page

Quick results

Can I make $997 per day for 10 minutes work on my phone? – I guess technically you could but it is certainly not as straight forward as made out.

Is it worth the $12:47? – Look, the webinar outlines some good tips to do with tried and true online marketing processes so I am happy with that – although it is probably not something that you could find for free elsewhere. There is however no software program that I could find that will help you with this (granted I didn’t purchase any of the upsells).

Do I recommend it? – translated to “Am I happy with what I have got for my $12?” – I would not call it a scam but unless you are comfortable generating unsolicited messages into FaceBook groups then I would probably give this one a miss.

I will elaborate more on all of this below…

Red Flags

Usually programs of this type with the sorts of headings they have used ($997 in 60 seconds etc.) come with all sorts of red flags and straight off the bat, there are so many of them here that if I wasn’t looking to purchase for the purposes of this review then I would have just closed the tab and got on with my day.

But anyway, these red flags include:

  • Long sales videos with lots of pitches but with no identification or demonstration of what we are actually purchasing (we see the seller, but not the developers).
  • Fake testimonials telling me they made $1000’s in the first month that they owned the program.
  • Constant reminders that “I know you have been scammed in the past, but this is different – this is the real deal”
  • A long story about how the sellers were broke and about to lose his house and marriage until he discovered this method.

Anyway, I paid my $$ so let’s check it out…

What is High Ticket Heist?


high ticket heist review - home screen

High Ticket Heist is a series of videos guiding you through the process of promoting a live training webinar via direct messaging members of various FaceBook groups to earn affiliate commissions. The theory is based on the ‘science’ of messaging within these groups to convince people to access the live training webinar and sign up to the training course (run by a guy called Chris Delaney).

The idea is that via the use of direct messaging (I am tempted to use the word ‘spamming’ here) you are able to quickly interact with the members of your targeted FaceBook groups and make money via sharing affiliate links within them.

What do you get?


high ticket heist review - first screen

So, with my entry level package (I did not purchase any upsells) I received access to the members area where there are a number of training videos that talk me through the processes as discussed above. These are outlined as follows:

Section 1: High Ticket Heist

The first section covers the ‘training’ element of the program and comprises of a few ‘fluff’ videos – a lot of videos explaining how good the process is and how Vick has been doing this for years’ and a 1hr 27 minute webinar replay which takes you through the process of selling high ticket items via FaceBook groups. There are then 4 sub module videos that cover:

  • Finding your high ticket link via JV Zoo – Which as I have mentioned appears to be a predefined Live training Webinar from Chris Delaney
  • Using FaceBook groups to find your ‘targeted prospects’ and sending them private messages.
high ticket heist review - outline

Sections 2 – 7: OTOs and upgrades

These sections are a series of short videos outlining what you will get within the upsell options (see list below). These include done for you (DFY) options and access to limitless traffic (which I though the FaceBook groups would give you).

At a glance

Product Name: High Ticket Heist

Founder: Vick Carty, Tom E.

Product Type: Online affiliate marketing training program

Price: $12.47 + upsells

Best For: Those looking to make some cash online via marketing high ticket online courses within FaceBook groups

Recommended: The process could work and the training is ok. But I struggle to see how newbies could understand and implement this from the entry level program alone. I would give this one a miss.


  • 30 Day money back guarantee.
  • Training outline is valid.


  • No free trial option.
  • There is a lot more work to it than outlined in the sales pitch.
  • I am not entirely sure that this process is actually legal within FaceBook.

How much is it?

  • Front End Offer: $12.47 (usually $47)
  • Upsell 1 – Unlimited: $39
  • Downsell 1 – $29 for above
  • Upsell 2 – DFY: $197
  • Downsell 2 – $97 for above
  • Upsell 3 – $10k per month version: $297
  • Downsell 3 – $77 for above
  • Upsell 4 – Automation: $37
  • Downsell 4 – $27 for above
  • Upsell 5 – Limitless Traffic: $147
  • Downsell 5 – $77 for above
  • Upsell 6 – Reseller Rights: $77
  • Downsell 6 – $27 for above

Do I recommend it?

If I am being honest, I am personally not comfortable with the process of spamming FaceBook group members to sell them into high ticket online training courses. However, if you are ok with that, then there is no reason why this training couldn’t assist you in doing so.

I will say however that many other programs I have reviewed that follow a similar path to this (such as Zest and Wave) provide actual software programs to automate some or all of the functionality – that said, I have not purchased any upsells.

If you are looking to purchase however, I would recommend the following:

  1. Only pay for the base product until you are comfortable with it (there are a LOT of DFY upsells)
  2. Learn a little about FaceBook rules and guidelines – this may help you to not get banned.
high ticket heist review - process

Now to the original sales pitch…

You will NOT have anything up and running that can make you $997 for 10 minutes work on your phone – even of you have all of your background requirements in order. And if you are completely new to this process then you may struggle with some of the concepts.

That said, I would certainly hesitate to call it a scam and if you are familiar with the single program side of affiliate marketing with JV Zoo products etc., then this product could definitely assist you in taking it to the next level with FaceBook groups.

How does it compare to my #1 Recommendation?


As I have said, the program above can certainly be of assistance to those working within the single product world of online marketing – and more power to you. However if you are serious about building a solid and sustainable online business, then I recommend that you give Wealthy Affiliate a try. You will not earn money immediately and will not have a site up in 60 seconds… But in time you will have a solid, online money making business to call your very own.


Wealthy Affiliate is a comprehensive training, website building (WordPress editor included) and hosting platform that will guide you through the entire online business building process, including Social media and SEO in an easy to follow but comprehensive manner. And best of all, you can join for free and get access to step by step tuition with the tools to develop and host your very own website, help to identify a good niche, 24/7 support and access to some of the best affiliate marketing minds on the planet. Want to know more? Then click on this link to read my complete review about Wealthy Affiliate.



So there you have it, my honest review and appraisal of High Ticket Heist. I hope it has been of assistance but as usual, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out by commenting below.

Are there any other programs you have been looking at but want to know more about? If so, please comment below and I will do my best to get some details for you.

Until next time

Have fun


Note: If you make a purchase from this page, there is a very good chance that I make a commission from it – these commissions do not increase your sale price. This mat include sales made via Wealthy Affiliate. I am not an affiliate of High Ticket Heist.

High Ticket Heist

$12.47 + upsells

Ease of Use


Support Structure




Achievement of Outcomes


Get What You Pay For



  • 30 Day money back guarantee.
  • Training outline is valid.


  • No free trial option.
  • There is a lot more work to it than outlined in the sales pitch.
  • I am not entirely sure that this process is actually legal within FaceBook.
Paul and Nic Logo - Make that Sea Change

Hey there, my name is Paul and I am the owner and founder of Make That Sea Change.  I spent 30 years in a cubicle working the 9 to 5 grind and just wanted to live at the beach.  I was lucky enough to achieve that with the help of my wife and our new Pilates studio.

Then I decided to help fund my new sea change with some affiliate marketing.  I joined Wealthy Affiliate, and as they say, the rest is history.

Let me know how I can help you fund your sea change today!

Check out these Other Reviews

Leave a comment