There is this new system called Fast Profits (aka Fast Profits Online) being promoted all over that can supposedly make you thousands of dollars per day… But unfortunately it is all one big fat lie.
When we all like to come across some incredible system that requires very little work and that could make us tons of money on autopilot? That would be incredible… I sure as heck would and if I did come across something like this, I would be sharing it with all my family and friends.
Unfortunately, we live in a world where there are a heck of a lot of scams… Especially when it comes to the online world. And Fast Profits is just one of many.
I expose scams on my blog here on I missed a daily basis so coming across something like this is nothing new to me. It’s not much different from other scams like The Profit Shortcut and The China Secret that I reviewed recently.
But anyways… Let’s get on to the review…
The Fast Profits system is supposedly the creation of some guy named “Michael Carson”. He explained that he used to run a consulting business that would help small businesses get started online, but eventually quit and developed some “weird but simple trick” into a system that could be applied to any online business to make thousands of dollars per day.
But as you are already aware… Most of what he tells you is a bunch of crap.
As soon as you land on the website you are greeted with a video presentation that starts off by saying that the video is “highly private and sensitive”. This is the first mistake that the scammers behind the system made, because I know that just about every system out there that makes statements like this turns out to be a scam.
But anyways… You are told that people are earning $1700 per day, every day, with this system and that some of his students are earning up to three times this amount.
How are they doing it? Well… He keeps talking about some “weird” trick even refers to at one point as an “incredible trick” that has already helped 237 people make more than $20,000 each in the past three weeks.
And… The best part is that he claims he is super lazy and only works one hour a day maximum… Meaning that you can make a lot more than him if you work more.
He is pretty vague when he explains how this system is supposedly going to make money, and really doesn’t provide much detail at all, but there were some hints that were throughout the video presentation that I picked up on.
We know that it has something to do with e-commerce, which he claims is the next big thing and that you can make more money in this business than anything else.
He then goes on to say that you don’t need any products to sell in order to make money with this system… But what the heck does that mean?
Isn’t e-commerce all about selling products online?
Well… What he is talking about here is called “drop shipping”, which I actually have a couple years of experience doing.
Drop shipping is basically when you set up your own e-commerce store but don’t hold any inventory, instead when you make a sale you have the product shipped directly from the manufacturer. It is a great business model that can be very lucrative, but unfortunately this Fast Profits Online BS isn’t going to get you to where you want to be.
As the old saying goes… If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. This is a saying you should always keep in the back of your mind, especially when it comes to the “make money online” programs/systems that are out there.
Just think about it… Some “weird trick”, some system that he created after having some “crazy idea to try a little hack”… What the heck is talk like this supposed to mean?
I don’t know about you… But being able to make $1700 per day like clockwork all from some “weird trick” that never gets fully explained sounds way too good to be true. And… Unfortunately most of it is a lie…
So at one point in the video presentation he shows a bunch of testimonials from people who are supposedly using this system to make a crap ton of money.
I’m talking about people like this (the girl below) who claims this system has been a miracle and has changed her life…
That would be great if her life did change for the better, but unfortunately what she is saying is not true. It is all a lie and she got paid to say it. How do I know?
Well… Because she is actually a paid actress from the freelance digital marketplace called Fiverr…
And she isn’t the only one. All of those other video testimonials are fake as well.
In fact… Just about everything is fake.
At one point shows a screenshot of his bank account that has $2.8 million in it, but the problem is that this can easily be faked as well. It is incredibly easy nowadays to Photoshop the bank account to make it appear to have some astronomical balance…
And quite honestly I doubt that this “Michael Carson” guy even exists. This certainly isn’t out of the question because many online scams I have reviewed in the past have been promoted under fake names.
Of course the real people running the scams don’t want their names known, so they make up some fictitious character and promoted under the fake identity.
I mean… I don’t have any proof that this guy doesn’t exist… But I also don’t have any proof that he does exist.
And I’m not so sure I would trust this place
I decided to run a website check on ScamAdviser.com for the site, which is fastprofits.online, you and found that the website is actually based in Panama but the relocation is being hidden…
Sounds a bit strange, doesn’t not?
While I don’t have any concrete evidence that this entire system is a scam, I am pretty confident in my review here. As I said, I have reviewed countless online scams and this one really fits the bill.
It might not be a complete scam however. My guess is that you probably will get some crappy low quality training on building your own e-commerce business, but it will be nothing like you are led to believe. It will probably just end up being a big waste of time and money in the end.
If you want my personal recommendation on things I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month online… All legitimately.
Anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. Please leave any questions or comments down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
So I came across this new system called Wealth Project recently that I want to warn people about. The system, program, whatever you want to call it is supposedly created by “James Robertson” and he claims that you can make up to $17,520 in your first week with it… However as far as I see this is another common online scam.
I had exposed well over 100 online scams over the years and this one really fits the bill… It has many common characteristics that I often see with “make money online” scams and as soon as I came across it I realized this.
In this quick review I’ll be going over why the Wealth Project is a scam and why you should avoid it.
So I came across this system after landing on the website and seeing the video presentation titled “you could earn up to $17,520 in your first week starting today in under 30 minutes & 21 clicks”.… Which definitely sounds too good to be true and quite ridiculous.
You don’t find out until later in the video that the guy who claims to be behind this whole thing is named “James Robertson”. He claims that he has personally invited you to watch the “private video” in tells you not to share it with anyone. He says that you are highly qualified and a perfect fit to use the system.
HOWEVER, this is definitely not true because the video is not private at all. Anyone can go to the website and watch the video… This is just all a bunch of BS and he is saying it to try to make you feel like you have some amazing opportunity.
But anyways, he goes on to talk about how this is a super simple system that requires no experience. There are a bunch of names mentioned in the video of people who have supposedly been using the system to make all kinds of money, but he offers no proof of any of this being real. This information could easily have been made up, and I’m assuming it is based on all the other very “scammy” things I see going on here.
In the video he mentions that when you make money, he also makes money. He also talks about how you will be copying him, copying the system he created and earning money exactly how he does.
But how exactly is this? What exactly does the system do and how does it make you money?
Unfortunately this is not a question I can answer because he provides no such information. The guy literally tells you nothing about how the system makes money. Throughout just about the entire sales video he just goes on and on about how easy it is in how much money you will be making… But provides no details that are actually important.
There are a heck of a lot of red flags that I came across while looking into this Wealth Project scam… And I’m sure some of them probably caught your attention to. After all, you were suspicious enough of this that you decided to do some extra research which eventually lead you to my review here.
One of the first red flags that caught my attention was how he says that you have been privately invited and acts as if this is some special opportunity just for you. I knew this was a lie right away because I was able to type the website into my browser myself and access the video with no problem. You do not need some special invitation link.
Another red flag is how he provides no verifiable information about himself. The guy claims to be named “James Robertson”, but I doubt any of this is true. He doesn’t provide any picture, nothing at all. And it is very common for scams to be promoted under fake names. The real creators of the scams don’t want you to know their names because of course they don’t want to face the consequences of scamming people.
And then possibly the biggest red flag of all is the fact that there is no information provided on how you will be actually making money. Just think about it… When have you seen a legitimate opportunity, in opportunity that you actually know is legitimate, make you buy into it before actually figuring out what it is? That is what you have to do here… You actually have to purchase the program before having any idea what you’re getting involved with.
The more liking I do into this program the more and more it seems a scam. There are red flags everywhere and I could go on and on, but I don’t want to bore you. You are probably pretty certain it was a scam in the first place and my review here just confirmed your suspicions.
Wait a minute… There is an upside? How can there be an upside to this ridiculous scam?
Well… Yes there is an upside but it is probably nothing like you may be thinking.
The upside I am talking about is how this Wealth Project program is being sold on ClickBank. Why is this an upside? Well… Because ClickBank is usually pretty good at giving refunds… Meaning that if you did buy into this already you should be able to get your money back, which I would try to do as soon as possible.
When I review potential scams, I usually go in with a neutral mindset and if there is something that I think might not be a scam, then I will say that. However, everything I see with this program looks like a scam to me. There is nothing that seems legitimate about it and for that reason I am concluding that is indeed a pure scam.
My guess is that when you buy into this, you will probably be provided with some very crappy and ineffective training for making money online, which will only lead you down the wrong path and waste a bunch of your time. The reason this is my guess is because I see these types of scam programs all the time. They claim they will give you the world, and provide you with something that you will be lucky if you make $10 with.
My Personal Recommendation:
if you are a beginner looking for a legitimate way to make money online, I highly suggest taking a look at how I am now making over $6,000 a month online below…
The reason I recommend this is because I know this works based on my personal experience and I have seen it work for other people.
In please leave any comments, questions, or concerns below. I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
The Profit Shortcut is supposedly some incredible system that is “done for you” and that people are making tens of thousands of dollars with per month… Earning big commissions. But is this the real deal or is it just another BS system that is full of lies?
Is it true that The Profit Shortcut is a scam like I have seen other people saying it is online?
Well…, While I might not consider it a complete scam, I definitely see where the people are coming from that are calling a scam and I agree with them to some extent. In fact, I mostly agree with them.
It is a good thing that you decided to do some extra research and found my review here because The Profit Shortcut is not nearly the amazing money maker that people promoted as. In fact, above the video presentation I watched it is described as a good way to make money “even if you are on a shoestring budget”, but this couldn’t be much further from the truth.
This whole thing can turn into a money sucking investment where you could potentially lose a heck of a lot of money, and I will go over all of this in my review here…
There might be several video presentations out there promoting The Profit Shortcut but the one I came across had a woman spokesperson, who near the end of the video you found out is named “Sarah Highland”.
The video started out pretty hyped up… With a video testimonials of people claiming to use the system and are supposedly making tons of money, some claiming that they have made up to over $12,000 in 30 days.
There is also talk of earning big commissions, it being incredibly beginner friendly, and of course you are told that you are one of the few people that has been selected to try out the system.
A lot of the video presentation makes this whole thing sound too good to be true, and of course if something sounds too good to be true it usually is. But the video presentation tells you very little about what you are really getting involved with… In fact, it tells you just about nothing. Basically the video presentation just tries to get you all excited about earning big commissions with very little work, but you have no idea what you will be doing.
All you know is that this “secret method” is supposedly going to make you tons of money and that spots are extremely limited in the video needs to be kept a secret, which is complete BS because anyone can go to the website, watch the video it and join.
There really isn’t much mention of it in the video, but if you paid close attention to the testimonials that were displayed early on, you may have noticed them mentioning someplace called “The Super Affiliate Network”, which I am very familiar with…
In a nutshell, The Super Affiliate Network is a high-ticket affiliate program that people buy into in order to make money online, but then they are just pushed to promote the program to other people as a way of making money. It is similar to the Legendary Marketer program if you have ever heard of this.
There are multiple tiers within the program, multiple membership tiers that range in price. People are lured in at the lowest and cheapest membership and then once they buy and they are pushed into the higher price memberships… All the while learning how to lure other people into this same scheme.
Now it is in all bad. I mean you definitely can learn a lot of good stuff through this training program and apply what you learn to many online businesses, but the fact of the matter is that members are really pushed to go out and promote The Super Affiliate Network to others as their way of making money.
But of course you don’t know any of this before you buy in. Because in the video presentation put on by “Sarah Highland” she doesn’t tell you anything about what you are actually getting involved with… Her goal is to just lure in as many people as possible.
Sarah Highland is doing exactly what you will be taught to do if you join… Promoting The Super Affiliate Network to other people as her way of making money online. When she gets people to buy into this, she earns commissions. This whole The Profit Shortcut website was created by her as a way to lure people into joining the program, and there are many other websites out there like this that were created by members, such as Super Affiliate Success for example.
But you may be wondering what she means when she says that when you are successful she is more successful…
At one point she even says that “when you’re successful, I’m successful”. But what does this all mean?
Well the reason she is saying this is because the Super Affiliate Network has a 2-tier commission structure. Not only do you earn commissions when you recruit others into the program and they pay for their membership, but you also earn commissions when they go out and recruit others in.
This is not a MLM (multilevel marketing) scheme because by definition “multi” means two or more, but it is very similar because you can recruiting people beneath you and earn money off of their earnings.
Who cares what it is… As long as you can make money right? I know a lot of people out there are just looking for a way to make money and would be more than happy getting involved in something like this as long as it is possible.
However, the unfortunate fact is that success rates are incredibly low with this program. And fortunately they are honest about them and if you go to The Profit Shortcut income disclosure you will see this…
As you can see there are different ranks, Rocky, producer, builder, leader, and influencer. While those at the top are making good money, the amount of these people is so if you it is ridiculous. You can see that there are 39,840 people at the rank of “Rookie” that made in average annual income of $103, and there are only 2 people with the rank of “Influencer” that made an average annual income of $176,652. The overwhelming majority of people are earning close to nothing.
Now I will admit that, having been involved in online marketing since 2015, there are extremely high failure rates with just about every method out there for making money online. However, if you couple this with the fact that this program can be incredibly expensive, this definitely does not seem like something that is “as beginner friendly as it gets” like you are told.
As I mentioned earlier, there are different tiers of membership within this program.
When you originally buy in through The Profit Shortcut sales page, you are buying the Basic Membership that costs only $37 a month. However, there are different memberships and products available within the program that you will be pushed into buying which include things like the Premium Membership that cost $97, the Pro Membership that cost $2497, and even a face-to-face mentoring trip to Maui called the Maui Intensive Mentoring which costs a massive $12,497.
With each of these membership/products you get more and better training, but along with that you also get the ability to make higher commissions because you are only allowed to promote products that you already own yourself. So there is a lot of incentive to purchase the more expensive products so that you can sell them and try to earn more money.
I’m not going to call this a scam because it does provide a lot of value and you can get a lot out of the training, and also because I need to be careful with what I call a scam these days, but there is no doubt that is very “scammy” and I totally understand where people are coming from that are calling it a scam.
The problem here is that you are being lured into joining a very expensive opportunity without having any idea what you are really getting involved with.… Which is one of the reasons that I call it “a great way to lose money”… Because failure rates are going to be extremely high due to the fact that people just don’t know what they’re getting into.
So all in all, I definitely do not recommend anyone buying into this. Something else worth thinking about is that this whole scheme could get shut down. We have seen many other similar “make money online” games get shut down recently, such as MOBE which also had a 2-tiered affiliate program, and the FTC seems to be going after a lot of these sorts of programs.
There are a lot of different methods/systems out there to make money online, some that work and some that don’t. There are lots of paths you can take to get to the end goal of making money online, the hard part is deciding which approach to choose.
However, if you are looking for a legitimate and proven way to make money online then I suggest taking a look at this…
This is exactly how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month working online for myself… Something that I know works from experience in that have seen others have success with.
But anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it informative. Please leave any questions or comments down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Michael Sachs, the creator of Million Dollar Replicator, claims that his new system is the greatest thing ever… But can you really trust this guy? Is this the real deal and is it going to make you tons of easy money or is the Million Dollar Replicator a scam that you should avoid like the plague? Is it just going to be a ripoff and a waste of money?
I totally understand why you are doing some extra research and looking into this further. The video presentation for this system is ridiculous and definitely makes things seem too good to be true… And as the old saying goes, if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
Well… Unfortunately this saying works perfectly here… It sounds too good to be true and it is too good to be true, meaning that is false… It is all a lie. Million Dollar Replicator it is a massive scam and in this review I’ll be exposing it as it is.
If you are thinking about possibly buying into this, you are going to want to take the time and hear me out.
When you land on the website for Million Dollar Replicator you are greeted with some video presentation that starts off with Michael Sachs telling you that you are one of only few people that will be able to see this video. He claims that you got a “private invitation” because they believe you are the perfect fit for this system, but this is not true at all.
The truth of the matter is that you are one of thousands of people who has received very spammy emails from people promoting the system, just to make a quick buck. You have not been carefully selected or anything like that. He just tells you the stuff to make you feel special.
But anyways… Throughout the video presentation he shows video testimonials from people who have supposedly been using the system and beta testing it, some of which claim to have made over million dollars.
He goes on to talk about how if you join now, you will be able to live a life of luxury, will be able to live in a mansion, drive your favorite sports cars, and even talks about how you will be free of stress and will have the ability to live completely debt-free.
And although this sounds like a video full of nonsense, Michael Sachs makes it clear that this is not one of those videos that is filled with hype and nonsense… Again… That is just what he tells you and what I am here to tell you is that you definitely cannot trust this guy.
The system supposedly works on complete autopilot, all you have to do is sit back and watch the money come in automatically.
He tells you that this system has been in beta testing for the past couple years and has been a tightly kept secret. Of course he doesn’t want this information getting out to everyone, which is why he supposedly handpicked you and a few others to share it with. However, this is a bunch of BS and anyone can go to the Million Dollar Replicator for themselves to buy into this crap. You do not need any special invitation.
There are a lot of things that caught my attention as I was reviewing this system. It is your typical online money making scam in many ways, some of which I will go over below…
First off, whenever you come across a system that claims to be able to make you tons of money in short periods of time, you should always be very cautious with what you do next.
This system claims to be able to make you a millionaire and under a years time… And of course with very little work. Sounds a little bit too good to be true, doesn’t not?
And of course it is another copycat system. Michael claims that his software will copy the system he has been using so that you can use it to and get the same results as him.
And then there are the testimonials. You know, ones like this guy who claims to have made over $800,000 so far with the system…
They sound very convincing and there is nothing better knowing that other ordinary people are making money with something like this, but the big problem is that they are FAKE. These video testimonials are is fake as can be and I noticed this as soon as they came up on the screen.
Take a look, the guy pictured above is actually a paid actor that you can hire on the freelance digital marketplace called Fiverr…
And the same goes with all the other video testimonials that were shown. The guy shown below is another paid actor that is available for hire on the same exact website, who I am also familiar with because I have seen him in a number of other scam promotions…
And what would you think if the guy who is supposedly responsible for creating this whole thing, Michael Sachs, didn’t exist?
Well… The truth of the matter is this guy probably doesn’t exist in this is nothing new to me. It is very common for scam systems to be promoted under fake names, because of course the real creators want to keep their identities hidden.
I found out that the image shown for this “Michael Sachs” guy is actually a stock photo that anyone can download and use online, as you can see here…
And possibly one of the biggest red flags of all, which is another common characteristic of an online scam, is that he really doesn’t tell you anything at all about how this system supposedly makes you Money. When he is describing it, he says that it identifies the most lucrative opportunities and replicates them for you… But what the heck is this supposed to mean?
Basically just gives in incredibly vague description that provides no detail whatsoever and of course you have to actually buy into this thing to find out what it really is… Which I am definitely not willing to do.
And last but not least, if you go to exit the page a pop-up comes up that gives you a 30% discount. Now there is nothing wrong with discounts, but what this tells me is that the people behind the system are a bit desperate.
If the system were really were created by a guy he was now a multimillionaire, why would he need to give you a discount on it… In fact, why would he need to sell it at a price at all? He already tells you that you have been hand selected to use the system, so why not just give it to you for free?
Believe it or not, although this is a massive scam, there is an upside. However, the upside probably isn’t what you may be thinking.
The upside is that if you did buy into this crap already, there’s a good chance you can get a refund. The reason is because Million Dollar Replicator is sold over the digital product marketplace called ClickBank. So what you could do is contact ClickBank and they are usually pretty good about giving out refunds, since they do not want to ruin the reputation over scam products like this being sold on their platform.
There are a lot of scams out there that exist and one of the best tips I give you for avoiding them is to avoid anything that sounds a little bit too good to be true… Or at least do some research on your own and look into them further.
I have been making money online since 2015, and while I will say that there are many benefits to making money online, such as the automation that comes with online businesses, there is no substitute for hard work. I have never came across any sort of system/program that you can “easily” make money with… They all require real work.
That said, if you are a beginner looking for a legitimate way to make money online then I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 a month working online for myself.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, please leave them down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. I would also like to hear what you think about Million Dollar Replicator… Especially if you bought into it and got to see what was on the inside.
Easy Cash Concepts (at easycashconcepts.com) is supposedly some website that has a new amazing work from home opportunity what you can make a massive $9000-$12,000 per month, but is a scam? Unfortunately… The answer is Yes. This website is a complete scam and in this review I’ll be proving exactly this.
I’m guessing you came across the website and things seemed a bit suspicious to you. The opportunity probably sounded a little bit too good to be true and things just weren’t adding up. You got that gut feeling that it could possibly be a scam so you decided to do a little extra research, thus bringing you to my review here. And well… It is a good thing you landed here because there are a lot of nasty online scams out there that you don’t want to be falling victim to.
But anyways… Let’s get on with this review…
On the website there is talk about this “Jamie Taylor” lady who was supposedly once struggling to make ends meet but now is making a ton of money working from home. The story goes that she lost her job, unsuccessfully look for new jobs, and eventually started working from home after coming across this amazing system.
And apparently all you have to do to get started with this system is fill out some form at Easy Cash Concepts, follow the instructions and set up your account, and then you will be making money that you can deposit into your bank account.
Sounds a little bit too good to be true doesn’t it?
But what happens if you actually click these links that are all over the page? Well… You are then directed to another website about how you can “turn your smart phone or computer into a digital money machine”. On this website there is no mention of “Easy Cash Concepts” and there is no mention about how you actually be making money online. All they tell you is that “you’re one step away from your payday” and all you have to do is fill out some form to see if it is available in your area…
Well of course it is a major red flag that there is no mention of how you will actually be making money, and it is also another red flag that once you are directed to the form there is no mention of the “Easy Cash Concepts” system, but besides these there are also a fair number of other red flags that I will go over.
First off, the news clip that plays on the website is very misleading. It lead you to believe that this particular work at home opportunity has been “featured in the media”, when in reality as not. Yes, this short news broadcasts is real, but it has absolutely nothing to do with this Easy Cash Concepts opportunity. Basically just talks about people working from home and all the potential that is out there, but is in no way related to this.
Your Profit Team is another scam that I recently reviewed that uses news broadcasts like this.
Another big red flag is that the image shown of “Jamie Taylor” and her family is a fake.
I have reviewed many online scams in the past so I am always suspicious of what I am shown in told, which is why decided to run a reverse Google image search of this picture. The result… I found out that this is actually a stock photo that is available for purchase as you can see below…. In other words, it is not “Jamie Taylor”!
In fact, I doubt that this Jamie Taylor character even exists. It is likely just a made up fictitious character that has been fabricated to promote this online scam. I see this sort of thing happening all the time so it is by no means out of the ordinary.
Believe it or not, the whole Easy Cash Concepts thing is a completely fake opportunity. In fact, the website in which this opportunity is presented is completely fake. It is made to look like a news website, but is not by any means. It is nothing more than an advertorial, as you can see it is stated at the top of the website.
What is an advertorial?
It is an advertisement that is set up in a way to look like a newspaper editorial, but it is not. They can be very misleading because they can seem like legitimate and credible opportunities when in reality they can be complete lies, as this one is.
An advertorial like this is a good example of “fake news”.
Another example of a scam that makes use of advertorials is Real Profits Online.
Since you are looking into this opportunity to make money online, which turned out to be a scam, I’m going to take this time to give you my recommendation. I have been making money online since 2015 and actually make a living doing so.
Basically what I do is promote products online and earn commissions when I help make sales, all from small websites that anyone can create. Not only is this a legitimate and sustainable way to make money online, but it is also something that I find to be particularly good for beginners to get started with. Why? Well because it is not something that requires an investment to get started with and you don’t have to worry about selling your own product online or anything like that… You simply promote products that already exist.
But I’m not going to get into it all that much here. What I suggest for anyone reading this that may be slightly interested is to take a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 per month online. Here you will learn exactly what I do, how it all works, and how I suggest beginners to get started based on my own knowledge and experience.
Please leave any comments or questions down below in the comment section. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Mass Income Machines is promoted as a super easy way to get ton of money online, but is it really? Is this system really the “secret” to your financial success? Or is this all a bunch of crap? Could it be that really Mass Income Machines is a scam you need to be avoiding?
It is kind of sad that we even have to ask ourselves these questions, but with all the online scams nowadays it is better to be safe than sorry. And unfortunately… This is just another big scam. Sure, it is possible to make some money with this system, but you certainly aren’t going to make it rich and this is definitely not something I would recommend getting involved with.
In this review I’ll be exposing this scam for what it really is. I’ll be going over the claims made, some red flags that hint to this being a scam, how this system supposedly works and more.
The system is promoted as a way to “make up to $42,000 a month working from home” and is said to be a “secret” that is going to unlock the door to financial success.
You probably got suspicious of the system after coming across a video presentation either put on by “Jacob Allen” or “John Forbes”, who are the two spokespeople for this system. It probably sounded a bit too good to be true and you were suspicious that it indeed might be a scam, which I’m going to show you that it is.
But anyways… In the video presentation you are told that this system can drop money into your bank account 24/7 and that you will be able to. Right off the bat, it seems like another copy and paste scam like Secret Affiliate or Daily Cash Siphon… Which there are many of. These types of scams are very luring because they sound awesome, being so simple and all, but they pretty much never work.
#1 – Some “Secret” That Will Make You Rich
claims you will be making money from a “secret industry” that is worth over $12 billion each year – later mentions that he is talking about the information market
You are told that you will be making money from some “secret industry” that is worth over $12 billion a year. However, later he mentions that he is talking about the information market and you soon learn that this system is based around selling digital information products on ClickBank, which is definitely no secret.
#2 – “Jacob Allen” Is a Fake
Also, you should know that this “Jacob Allen” character is a fake. Everything about him is fake, including the picture that they show you off them in the video presentation…
I was not able to find the exact photo that was used, but I was able to find another one of the same exact guy, who is definitely not Jacob Allen. This is actually a stock photo that is available for purchase online… I was able to find this photo after doing a reverse Google image search of the original.
And if you look at the disclaimer at the bottom of the website, which I always suggest doing, you will find that “Jacob Allen” is actually a pen name, along with John Forbes.
#3 – You Can Start Earning Consistent Money Today
A major red flag is when the guy tells you that you can start earning consistent money today. I have been involved in online marketing since 2015 and this definitely sounds like a fairytale. In fact, I have never came across a system/program/method in which you can start earning consistent money in as little as one day, when it comes to making thousands of dollars per day that is.
Sure, you can make consistent money, or at least semi-consistent money taking online surveys and stuff like that, but that is pocket change.
#4 – He Needs People Like You To Make Money
The guy mentions that this system is so successful because it uses the power of groups to make even greater profits. He says that when others in the group make money, so do you. However, he never explains how this actually works and it is very confusing… Making not much sense at all.
I guess you’re just supposed to trust this made up fictitious character “Jacob Allen” and take him at his word, which I find very hard to do.
#5 – It’s a Re-make of an Old System
And possibly the biggest red flag of all is that this is just a re-make of an old system. It is an old system that has been re-branded and given a new name.
How do I know this? Well… Because I remembered the name “Jacob Allen” from a previous scam I had exposed. I decided to look up the name on my website year and found that this name was actually associated with Profit 24/7, which is basically the same thing with a different name.
So this brings up the question… Why the name change? And name changes are actually very common when it comes to online scams. Once a scam becomes too well known for being a scam, the people behind them like to rebrand them under different names and promote them as an entirely new system.
In the video presentation he acts as if you just sign up for a ClickBank account, activate your money making system, “tap into the power of the group” and that is it. He does this during the video and then just leaves the system running for a couple of days. When he checks back he has all of a sudden made hundreds of dollars over the past few days… Just by letting the system run without him doing anything. He claims this is all due to the power of the group.
However, this doesn’t really make much sense at all.
What appears to be going on here is that you will be making affiliate sales through ClickBank, which is fine and all, but how does the system actually drive sales and? How do you drive traffic to the offers that you are going to be promoting? Without any traffic you will not make any sales and this is a big part of the “system” that is not addressed.
In fact, there are lots of important aspects that are not addressed and is just further reinforces my belief in this being a big old scam.
While I have not actually purchased this system, I have a good idea of what is going on here because I reviewed its parent system, Profit 24/7, in the past.
Basically what you get is a bunch of training modules on how you can make money promoting the system to other people. You will get an exact copy of the system and training for promoting it.
I guess not everything they tell you is a lie, after all, Mass Income Machines is a product available on ClickBank. So yes, you will be making money via ClickBank but probably not as you imagine. You will just be promoting Mass Income Machines to other people and trying to sucker them into this scam.
I don’t know about you, but this is not a type of system I would want to get involved with. First off, you were lured in by misleading and extremely exaggerated claims that are completely false. Then, you will have to do the same thing to other people… Mislead them into buying into this system also that you can make a quick buck.
Now even if that does sound good to you, you should know that is still will not be easy. Just as you were suspicious of this being a scam, many of the people that you try promoting this to will feel the same. This will lead them to doing a little extra research and finding out that it is a scam, which means they will not buy in and you will not make any money.
Mass Income Machines is a definite scam. Sure, I guess you do get some training if you do buy into it… So maybe it is not a complete scam. But it definitely is a scam nonetheless. It is marketed in an extremely misleading fashion and filled with lies.
And while you may be able to make some money with it, by scamming other people into buying in, this is definitely not something I would recommend doing and is going to be much more difficult than it seems. There are much better ways to make money online, ways that are legitimate and that you can actually feel good about.
If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 a month working online. I will go over exactly what I do, how it all works, and the best way for beginners to get started. What I do I have actually found to be very well suited for beginners, so it is definitely something I would recommend regardless of experience.
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Fast Cash Club is some new “ecom profit system” that was created by a guy named John Harris. He claims that people with no experience or skills whatsoever can make $2000 per day easily with this system, but is this really true? Is this really the “first ever drag and drop ecom profit system” as he tells you? Or is this all just a bunch of BS? Is Fast Cash Club a scam that you need to avoid?
Unfortunately, what you are told and what is the truth are two different things. What I mean by this is that, put simply, Fast Cash Club is a scam. You are not going to be making $2000 per day with this system and I have reason to believe that you will not make anything.
In this review I’ll be exposing this scam for what it really as. If you are possibly thinking about buying into this, you are definitely going to want to read over my review in its entirety and rethink it all.
You are probably reading my review now because you are a bit suspicious of the claims made about the system. It probably sounded too good to be true and you wanted to do a little more research before possibly getting scammed. And rightly so… The video presentation is absolutely ridiculous and sounds like a fairytale. It reminds me of some recent scams I’ve exposed like Ad Formula and AZ Sniper.
The video presentation starts off with John Harris talking about how this could change your life forever and that ordinary people, just like you, are making thousands of dollars per day like clockwork… Over $2000 per day each and every day.
Then early on in the video presentation he shows you a video testimonial from some guy he was supposedly making thousands of dollars with the system, and this is one of the first major scam signs that I spotted.
Why was this a major sign of a scam? Well… Because I have seen this guy plenty of times before. He is not someone who is actually using the system, this guy is actually a paid actor that is available for hire on the freelance digital marketplace called Fiverr, as you can see from the screenshots I took below…
But anyways… Just because this video testimonial is a fake, this doesn’t necessarily mean that this is all a scam.
Moving on… John claims that 117 people have already tested out the system and have been making over $2000 per day. He also claims that this video is like nothing you have ever seen before… It is not the typical garbage that fake gurus try to sell you. He makes it very clear that this is not like anything you have ever seen, although he offers no good reason why it is so different…
There our obviously red flags everywhere, and I could go on forever talking about all the reasons this closely a scam, but below I’ll go over six major red flags that really stood out to me in which you should be aware of.
#1 – Massive Income Claims
Obviously it is a major red flag that he claims you can make $2000 per day with this system. $2000 per day is a heck of a lot of money and 99% of the time systems that claim to be able to generate easy income like this turn out to be massive scams.
#2 – Little Work Required
Another major red flag is that there is little work required. He doesn’t specifically say what the work is that will be required and how long it will take, but he does say it will take just a “few clicks”, that it takes less than an hour per day, and at one point in the video he claims that he only works for 15 minutes per day online.
I can say from experience that I have never came across a “super easy” way to make money online. I’ve been involved in online marketing since 2015, and make a living online currently, but I do not know of any system that requires only 15 minutes of work per day.
#3 – Bashes Other “Fake Gurus”
Another red flag is how he bashes other “fake gurus”. He claims that the system is unlike anything you have ever seen and that he is different from all the other gurus out there. However, he never offers any good explanation as to why this is true. As far as I see, he is just another fake guru selling a fake scam product that isn’t going to make anyone any money.
#4 – John Harris Is a Fake
John Harris claims that he used to be broke and “on the brink of suicide”, having got laid off from his job and not having much money, but then somehow became some mastermind in e-commerce and was the “go to guy” in online forums when it came to e-commerce related questions.
After big investments and lots of testing, he supposedly created this “Ecom profit system” that can make anyone money. However, is any of this true?
The answer is more than likely NOT.
After doing a little digging around I found that this “John Harris” guy probably doesn’t even exist. The picture that is shown of him below the video presentation is actually a stock photo that is available for purchase online…
So since the photo is a known fake, can you really trust anything he says? Half of the video presentation talks about how he is different from other fake gurus and how you can trust him, but it seems that there is absolutely no reason to trust him.
He is more than likely completely made up. I see this type of thing all the time when it comes to online scams. Of course the real people behind these fake systems do not want their names known. So the easiest thing to do is to make up some fictitious character and promote the system under fake names.
#5 – The Testimonials Are Fake
And as we already know, the testimonials are fake. I already showed you the one guy, who was a paid actor on Fiverr, above. In there is more where that came from.
Later in the video presentation there are other testimonials shown, which also happened to be from paid actors/actresses on Fiverr. One example is this woman… Who claims to be making thousands of day with this Fast Cash Club system…
As you can see she will “create an authentic spokesperson video for you” on the freelance marketplace Fiverr…
#6 – A Contradictory Disclaimer
And the last red flag that I’m going to go over is the disclaimer, which I always suggest reading before buying into any sort of “make money online” product. In this case, the disclaimer is somewhat contradictory to what you are told in the video presentation.
Throughout the video presentation you are told that this system is super easy and that anyone can make money from it. In fact, at one point you are told that you “can’t fail with this system”, which would lead you to believe that you are guaranteed to make money with it.
HOWEVER, if you read the disclaimer it clearly states that “there is no guarantee that you will earn any money using the techniques and ideas in this product”…
“John Harris” tells you that the system is all about Shopify and talks about how Shopify is booming in making tons of money online, but unfortunately he never actually explains how the system works. All he really tells you is that this system is easy to follow and all you have to do is follow his lead and “watch the money come flooding into your account”.
What the heck is that supposed to mean? What type of an explanation is that? How are you actually going to make money with this system?
These are all questions that should be answered, but are not… And this is another major red flag and a common sign of a scam. Often times scams will lure people in with talk about making tons of easy money online, but never provide any details on how they actually work. Of course you have to buy into the system before finding out that it was all a scam.
As a full disclosure, I have not actually purchased this system so I cannot say with 100% certainty that it is a scam, but I will say with 99% certainty that it is a scam…. But probably not a full-blown scam. If you buy in I’m guessing you will be provided with some basic training on how to make money with Shopify stores, but it will probably be very poor and cheap training that will not get you far. But again… This is just a guess based on having reviewed hundreds of similar scams over the years.
I was actually involved in e-commerce and had my own Shopify store a couple years ago so I have some experience with this business model. Making money online via e-commerce with Shopify stores is definitely something that can be very profitable, but there is a heck of a lot to it and I certainly would not trust a shady system like this provide me with training.
So buy into this if you wish to, but this is definitely not something that I’m going to be recommending by any means.
If you are a beginner looking to make money online then I would suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 per month working online. What I do could be described as “beginner friendly” and you can click the button below to see exactly what I do, how it all works, and how beginners can get started doing the same.
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Jack Heaton claims that his Ad Formula system can make you up to $3000 per day, starting today… But can it really? Or is this all just one big scam?
Is this really the “most mouth-watering cash creating secret ever released” as he describes it?
Unfortunately you are going to be disappointed after reading this review, especially if you had your hopes up. Ad Formula is definitely not a system I would recommend getting involved with and I have good reason for saying this. In this review I will be exposing it for what it really is, which can be summed up as a scam.
When you first landed on the website there is a video presentation that place. It starts off with a bunch of news clips about working from home. One thing that should be noted right off the bat is that these news clips have nothing to do with this particular system. They simply talk about working from home in general, and do not mention “Ad Formula” at any point.
In the video presentation you are also shown a bunch of people’s account balances, loaded with money coming in which they are supposedly making from the system, but videos like this can easily be faked and there is definitely no proof that these are legitimate, or that these people are actually making money from this system.
According to what you are told, you have been carefully selected and the video presentation is only available in your country in which it will be shown to a maximum of 50 people. Sounds awesome and all, but this is definitely not true by any means and is something that scam systems often tell you. In fact, I just reviewed another scam the other day called AZ Sniper which told me virtually the same thing.
Also, when I came across the system I was in Thailand and it seems really strange that they would be only offering the system in Thailand and that they would make the video presentation in English… Just doesn’t make sense.
But anyways… Later in the video presentation you find that this system is all about banner ads. It is all about e-commerce and banner ads. They claim that these banner ads are very different from normal advertising and act like it is some amazing new revolutionary thing. I mean sure, advertising online via banner ads can be very effective because of how targeted you can make your ads, but banner ads in particular are nothing amazing.
Banner ads are nothing more than online ads with a banner image displayed.
The way you supposedly make money with these banner ads is by “ad flipping”. Basically the goal is to buy good to be in her ads and earn money when people click on these ads. You can also resell ads that you bought later for a higher price. So a good goal would be to buy an ad for a cheap price, have a perform very well, and then sell it for a higher price.
The ads you can supposedly purchase can be for anything… Brand-name products, big events, services, etc.
It sounds good and all in theory, but this is not how things work. There are lots of red flags about the system and I’ll explain how you’re going to get scammed if you do buy into this thing.
They claim that big brands such as Samsung, Nike, Fila, Sony, etc. are allowing people to buy their banner ads like this, but there is no way this would ever be true. Big brands don’t create ads just to let other people buy them like this… It just doesn’t make any sense. Unfortunately this “ad flipping” idea has been floating around for some time now and there are many scams based on this.
#1 – Too Much Talk About Money
First off, there’s way too much talk about the money that you are going to be making. There is a lot of fluff and not much real detail. The spokesperson talks about how you are going to be able to buy your dream house, your dream car, go on vacation whenever, etc. He even says you will be making so much money you will not know what to do with it all.
PrettyMuch all online scams are overhyped and talk way too much about money like this.
#2 – “Jack Heaton” Is Likely Made-up
You should also know that this “Jack Heaton” character is likely made up. He claims that he was once flat broke and jobless, but has since became a millionaire within less than a year and is now living the life of his dreams.However, I’m hesitant to believe anything about this guy because I know that the image is shown of him is a fake.
Below the video presentationthere is an image shown, which I performed a reverse Google image search on and found that it is actually a stock photo available for purchase online… Meaning that it is NOT Jack Heaton…
In the video presentation he also shows a picture of his wife “Jennifer”, but this is also a fake photo. I performed a reverse Google image search on this photo as well and found that it is used on many other websites online. I’m not sure of its original source, but it is likely just another stock photo available for purchase…
#3 – Contradictory Disclaimer
And one thing that I always like to do is take a look at the disclaimer… Which in this case is quite contradictory from what you are told in the video presentation.
At one point in the video presentation Jack states that this system will produce “guaranteed results”. Now he doesn’t actually specify on what type of “guaranteed results” he is talking about. I guess there are going to be results… Whether you lose or make money, but by him making this statement it would lead one to believe that he is talking about guaranteed positive results, as in making money.
And then if you look at the disclaimer it specifically states that there is “no guarantee that you will earn any money”
#4 – Fake Testimonials
Another major red flag is that the testimonials displayed in the video presentation are completely fake. I was aware of this as soon as I saw them because I have seen the people in these videos before… Making fake testimonials for other scam systems online.
As you can see below, this woman, who claims to be making thousands of dollars with this system, is actually a paid actress available for hire on the freelance digital marketplace called Fiverr…
And the same goes for the other Testimonials that are shown… They are all fake as can be.
So the big question is why can’t he get real testimonials? If the system really is as amazing as you are told, and people really are making up to $3000 per day by doing almost no work than it should be very easy to get people to give testimonials.
As you are told in the video presentation, the system is “free” to use, but this is very misleading. When you actually sign up to join the system you’re directed to a website called BannerBit, which there is no mention of during the video presentation. The video presentation is all about Ad Formula and then you get sent to some BannerBit website… Very strange. However, I know exactly what they are doing here because I am familiar with the BannerBit website.
BannerBit is the site where you are supposedly going to be able to buy banner ads and make money as you were told. But this is actually where you get scammed.
There are a lot of different websites associated with this BannerBit website. Basically what is going on is scammers are creating fake opportunities, such as this Ad Formula opportunity and others like Daily Banner Profits, Clicks Dealer, and others, they are lowering people in and then sending them to BannerBit which handles the financial side of things. Banner Bit is where you would deposit your money and ultimately get scammed.
Ad Formula. I mean sure, I didn’t actually follow through and buy into it all, but I can at least say that I am 99% sure it is a scam. Just do a quick Google search for Banner Bit and you will find plenty of reviews out there calling this place a scam. There is no one that actually makes money from it because the whole idea of making money with these banner ads, as is explained to you, is made up.
When I first came across the system I was fairly sure that it was a scam, but after doing research I am even more sure. Everything I see about the system points more and more to it being nothing more than a nasty scam.
If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online, and something that is beginner friendly, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to being over $6000 per month online.
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The Click and Flip system (aka Click N’ Flip) Is supposedly some incredible new way to make money online that was created by guy named Teo Vee. But is this really as amazing as you are led to believe? Can you really make tons of easy money just by “clicking and flipping”?
Or is it possible that this Click N Flip system is a big scam that is just going to be a waste of your time and money?
Since you are reading my review here, I’m guessing that you are suspicious this might be a scam, as you should be… After all, it definitely does seem too good to be true. And… Unfortunately it is too good to be true. The reality of this “clicking on the flip” system is much different from what you are told. If you buy into the system thinking that you can make super easy money just by clicking and flipping as you are told, then you are in for a big disappointment.
In this short review I will be exposing this for what it really is… Which can pretty much be summed up as a scam, but this is open to opinion.
When I first came across this system I was wondering what the heck was going on. I’ve been working online since 2015 and have seen just about everything when it comes to making money online… All the different methods, systems, “tricks”, etc., But this whole “click and flip” thing wasn’t really making sense to me.
But anyways… the system was created by a guy named Teo Vee who I am familiar with. I have reviewed His “make money online” products in the past and am familiar with the incredibly misleading way in which he promotes and sells these products. What you think you are getting and what you actually buy into when it comes to Teo Vee are two different things.
The Sales fits for this system starts out with him telling you that he uses some trick to make a consistent income with simple pictures. According to him, he uses some website that allows him to “click and flip” pictures of products online. But you “have to position it right” in order to make money, which he claims can be massive.
The story goes that he learned this “trick” from some “14-year-old French genius”. Apparently he was really struggling to make money, having his car repossessed and being scammed again and again online when he then came across some 14-year-old French kid in church that was making money online. When he looked into how this kid was making money online, he describes it as the kid just dragging and dropping a picture onto some website, “clicking around”, and then waiting five minutes for the picture to get clicks, in which he made $400 from in a few hours.
When someone clicks on your picture, your site has the opportunity to make a sale. Your site then “flips” the picture and a big site then sends what is shown in the picture to the person who clicked on it. All you do is drag and drop the picture, make the connection and wait for clicks… According to what he tells you.
This sounds really strange and the majority of people who hear this probably don’t know what is going on here. Teo Vee is misleading reviewers on purpose. He wants to confuse you and make this sound like some amazing new opportunity, when in reality it is not. This is what Teo Vee is good at… Deceiving people.
Below I’ll explain how this really works…
The method that Teo Vee is explaining here is known as “drop shipping”, but of course it is very difficult to pick up on this if you are new to online marketing or have never been involved with drop shipping before. I for one, have drop shipped in the past so I know how it all works.
There were a few hints dropped in the video presentation to this business model, but all in all everything he said was incredibly misleading and not straightforward in any way.
One hint he gave was that “a big site automatically sends what’s in the picture to the person who paid you”…
You see, drop shipping is when you set up your own e-commerce website but you have no inventory. When people purchase products on your website, you simply purchase those products from a supplier, such as AliExpress, and have them ship the product directly to the customer. This way you never have to deal with any inventory… You simply get paid in then purchase the product for the customer.
Of course you are selling at a markup price so you get to keep the difference.
Dropshipping can be a very lucrative online business model, but is not nearly as simple as you are led to believe. There is much more to it than just clicking around on a computer screen. If this is the approach you take then you will definitely fail. There is a lot of research that needs to be done so that you are selling the right products and it takes a lot of work advertising the products on your website to a good targeted group of people.
Teo Vee is a master of deception and is just trying to sell this product in a way that makes things seem way better than they really are.
Throughout the video presentation you are led to believe that the cost of this “click and flip” system is $47. However, when you to actually purchase it you will find that it is listed at $97. So what the heck is going on here?
What you are actually buying into here is called My Ecom Club and is the creation of Teo Vee. This is basically and e-commerce training program that puts a lot of focus on making money via drop shipping with Shopify. So basically you will be learning how to set up simple e-commerce stores with Shopify in which you will load up with various products that you want to sell.
The goal is to advertise the products that you list on your Shopify site and get people to buy them. Then of course you go and purchase those products from the wholesale seller and get them to ship the products directly to the buyer.
Obviously there’s a lot of deception going on here. Teo Vee is not what you would consider a very trustworthy online marketer. He is a big fan of deception and misleading buyers. This whole “click and flip” sales pitch is not the first time I have come across this guy, as I mentioned earlier.
I actually first came across My Ecom Club after reviewing a incredibly misleading sales pitch called Free Biz Account, which was basically just a sales funnel for My Ecom Club, as this whole Click N Flip system is. Free Biz AccountWas the same type of deal… You are led to believe that you could be making super easy money online with very little work, then you were pushed to purchase My Ecom Club.
The Real cost of My Ecom Club is much higher than you might expect. You see, inside this “club” there are different membership levels. You’ll be pushed to purchase the Gold Membership which is going to cost over $1000 from what I hear. And of course I have not actually bought into this and do not know what all it includes, but from the looks of things this is not a program I would want to get involved with, nor would I recommend you getting involved with.
Just think about it for second… Why would you want to buy into a program like this when you are severely misled during the sales pitch. This guys trying to trick you into buying into this, so can you really trust him? I think not.
The training provided might be good, and maybe there is some chance that you will be will to make some money via e-commerce after going through the training, but this is not a risk I would take. This whole program seems to be focused more around sucking money out of customers rather than helping them make money.
If you are a beginner looking to make money online then one program I can definitely recommend is Wealthy Affiliate, which is the same program I got started with when I first started looking for ways to make money online back in 2015. To make a long story short, I now make a living working online and am still a member… Which goes to show that it does work.
I’m not going to get into detail here, but if you want to learn more about Wealthy Affiliate, you can click below to read my full review.
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Your Profit Team is supposedly some incredible opportunity to make money online where you can make thousands of dollars per week… According to them “over $7340 per week”. But is this really true? Or is this just a bunch of BS that is going to be a waste of your time? Is Your Profit Team a scam that you should be avoiding at all costs or is this a once in a lifetime opportunity that you should be jumping on right away?
Unfortunately this does not look like the incredible opportunity that is promoted as… As I imagine you were suspicious of in the first place. After all, you are reading my review right now which means that you are willing to put in the extra work and do some research on your own because it probably sounded a little bit too good to be true.
In this review I will be going over a few things that you should definitely know before hand. If you are thinking about buying into this opportunity you are definitely going to want to reconsider after reading. This place is similar to other scams I’ve exposed recently including Crowd Profits and Wealth Academy.
Your Profit Team is said to be some “Internet millionaire team” that is supposedly partnering with people who are looking to make money online, and of course they want you to join.
This alone seems a little bit strange, don’t you think? I mean, why would they be looking for you to join in particular? They say they are only opening this opportunity up to 20 new people and you are one of the chosen ones. But why? I mean if this really were the case and you are one of the lucky few to get such a great opportunity that would be awesome, but it still seems a bit strange.
But anyways… The spokesperson in the video, which you find out later goes by the name of “David”, claims that people are making over $7340 per week with this system. Apparently this is some “secret society” that has been flying under the radar for years but is just now opening up to a select few new members.
This guy “David” claims to have used to work as a mechanic, working long hours for little pay and trying to make money online but spending thousands of dollars without getting anywhere. Of course he almost gave up until he came across this amazing team that helped him make money.
After giving you this completely unverifiable story about his life, which is likely completely made up, he then shows you some of his bank accounts to “prove” that you really can make money with this. The problem here is that screenshots like this can easily be faked. Give me 1/2 an hour and I could throw together a completely fake bank account screenshot as well.
Making over $100,000 in your first month of work sounds incredible, and quite unbelievable, but to make things even more unbelievable and suspicious he also tells you that you only have to work one hour per day and can make money as soon as possible.
Could this opportunity sound any better? Seriously… Making tons of money with very little work and being able to start earning right away??? It seems that he is just saying everything that everyone wants to hear.
And if you end up entering your email address to try to get access to the system there is a bunch more BS claims that he throws at you, such as this being “completely done for you”…
Throughout the video presentation David keeps on saying that when someone on the team makes money, everyone makes money… However he never really explains what exactly he means by this. Is there some sort of revenue-sharing system going on here? What is the deal?
He also claims that the team does pretty much all the work for you and it talks about these “money making websites” that are supposedly going to be completely automated and will be making you tons of money day and night.
He also says that there are “so many more buyers out there than sellers on the market right now”, but this is just a stupid thing to say. Of course there are more buyers than sellers. Just think about it… It is this way for everything. Think about an Apple Store… It is one seller and there are thousands of buyers coming into the stores every day.
But anyways… Back to the point of this section of my review… How does this Your Profit Team work?
The answer to this is that I have no idea… None whatsoever. There is absolutely no information given on how you’re going to make money here and this is very worrisome.
One of the claims that caught my attention in the video presentation was that this “exact same business model” has been “shown on hundreds of new stations”. But has a really? And if it has, what does this mean?
Well… It is a very misleading statement because, for one, we have no idea what this business model even is because there is no information provided, and two, even if the business model were talked about on the news, this certainly does not mean that this particular “Your Profit Team” opportunity is going to be any good.
I mean there is talk about work from home jobs all the time on the news but there are also a lot of work from home scams out there, so this really does not mean anything at all.
Something else that caught my attention, which definitely does not mean it is a scam but does make me a bit more suspicious, is that the price is extremely low. It only costs $47 to get onto this moneymaking team and if you attempt to click away from the page you actually can get a $10 discount on top of that.
But the fact that it is so cheap isn’t the only thing that concerns me here. Another question I have is… Why are they charging you anything at all? If this system is going to be making you thousands of dollars per week and they are only letting 20 people in, what is the point of even charging? They can just take the cost out of your pay, can they not?
Always, always, always, always read the disclaimer… If you can find one. I have reviewed hundreds of scams online and one thing I have learned is that the truth is usually in the disclaimer. They can tell you all the BS they want to in their sales pitch, but the disclaimer usually tells you the truth, which is often times in great contrast to what you were told in the sales pitch.
In the disclaimer here I found two major red flags, which you can see eight of a screenshot below. The first one is that it literally states that “the typical purchaser does not make any money using this system”, which is obviously a big concern. Throughout the entire video presentation the spokesperson was telling you how easy this was going to be to make thousands of dollars, but now you are reading that most people don’t make anything at all… So what the heck is going on here?
And then also in the disclaimer it mentions retiredmillionaire.co, which isn’t even the website that this whole Your Profit Team sales pitch is on… So what is the deal here? Furthermore, The retiredmillionaire.co website is actually a known scam that you can look up for yourself on Google. This is actually something that I see quite often. What is more than likely going on is that the same people that ran the Retired Millionaire scam are also running this Your Profit Team scam. It is basically just a recycled scam that they rebranded under a different name.
You can come to your own conclusion on this, but in my opinion this is definitely something that you should be avoiding because it is more than likely a scam. Sure, I have not actually tested out the system for myself, or I guess I should say the “team”, but everything that I see points more and more to this being a big old scam.
Just think about it for a second if you are still not convinced… “David” tells you that this is some secret society of online millionaires that once you to join their team for some reason, which makes very little sense; he tells you that you can make boatloads of money… Over $7000 per week; he says that this all can be done with less than one hour of work per day; you don’t have to do any work really because the team will do everything for you and is a “completely done for you” system; and the disclaimer tells you a completely different story that “the typical purchaser does not make any money”. And of course “David” is likely a completely made up character… There is no verifiable information given on him.
If you are a beginner looking for a legitimate way to make money online, I would highly suggest taking a look at how I went from $0 to over $6000 per month online. I will go over exactly what I do, how it all works, and how beginners like yourself can get started doing the same.
If you have any questions or comments please leave them down below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂