"Get Rich Quick", Easy Money Scams

Tube Profit Sniper – Scam Exposed? [Review]

Tube Profit Sniper is supposedly a system that is very easy to use and can make you over $500 per day online. But is all of this really true? Can you really trust what these people are saying? Or is Tube Profit Sniper a scam that you should be avoiding at all costs?

In this review I’ll be answering all these questions. If you are thinking about buying into this you are definitely going to want to think again. This system is not as it seems to be. Much of what they tell you is either misleading or a complete lie as you will see.

Tube Profit Sniper Review

The video presentation starts off with the spokesman talking about all these people have made over $500 since yesterday, such as Mike James who made $572.84 and Cindy Batista made a $565.45. He claims that 20 people would join this program yesterday and they all have made at least $500 since then.

The problem here is that there is no proof that this is actually true. Anyone could say that someone made a certain amount of money in a certain amount of time but without any real proof to back this up how can you trust the information?

Overall this system seems like a typical get-rich-quick scheme, similar to Millionaire Edge & Clone My Sites, which I recently reviewed. The spokesman says it over and over again how you can easily make over $500 a day with this which adds up to $180,000 a year, how it is super easy and only takes 17 minutes of “set up time” and so on.

Whenever you come across a system like this that is too good to be true it likely is. And it’s a good thing you took the time to do a little extra research on this before diving in, because what the guy is telling you is too good to be true… It’s all a lie.

Doesn’t Make Any Sense

Before I get into all of the lights that you are told and shown I first want to point out that this entire system makes little sense. The spokesman talks all about how YouTube makes over $70 billion per year and that you were going to get a piece of the pie. This would make you think that you are going to somehow get a piece of that $70 billion that YouTube is making correct?

Well it would be incorrect to think that because he then talks about the affiliate commissions you will be making, which has absolutely nothing to do with YouTube’s revenue.

So right off the bat things are making much sense.

Everything About This Place Is a Lie

Fake Live Recording

Underneath the video presentation there is a counter that says the number of viewers in there is also a flashing red box that says “streaming”. The view counter is completely fake. There is absolutely no way that there are over 2000 viewers at any given time on this video. I see this kind of stuff all the time with scams. It is not hard to figure it all. And the red box that says streaming seems to be trying to give people the impression that this video is live. This of course is not true at all because you can pause the video at any time and skip ahead.

Fake Testimonials

All of the testimonials for this system also fake. Below the video presentation they showed a bunch of different testimonials which looked like they were supposed to be from Facebook. I took the liberty of running a reverse Google image search for one of the testimonial images and as you can see below the images used all over the place online. The reason for this is because it is likely a stock photo that anyone can purchase online and use on their site.

But They Show You Income Proof???

At one point in the video presentation one of the users of the system shows you different affiliate accounts and all the money is made with that. While it does seem that what he is showing you is real, meaning the money in his account or real, there is no proof that that money has been made with this particular system. This income proof could be something completely different, which I am guessing is the case.

Ok… This Is Really Strange…

Something that I found which is a tell-tale sign of a scam is in the disclaimer section at the bottom of the sales page. If you scrolled down to the bottom you might have noticed that they mention a place called (60 Minute Profit Plan). This is actually another scam that I have reviewed in the past. It is pretty much a typical get-rich-quick scheme as well.

I see mistakes like this made often with scams. Both of these scams are likely made by the same person and this new TubeProfitSniper scam likely used the same sales page as the old scam with a different video presentation, different logos, etc. So it’s basically a rehashed old scam sales page where they forgot to change the disclaimer.

Final Thoughts

This is nothing more than a scam that I definitely would not recommend anyone buy into. Why not? Well because as you can see from everything I’ve talked about above, what they tell you is extremely misleading and full of lies. So how can you trust a system like this? The answer is you cannot.

As a full disclosure, I have not actually purchased this system and tested it out for myself. However I have a lot of experience in the online moneymaking world, having been making money since 2015, and can easily spot scams like this. There were some systems/programs that I review you know I’m a bit unsure of whether or not they are a scam, but this one is different. This one I am absolutely positive is a scam. Sure, you may be able to make some money with this, but as far as I am concerned it is a scam based on the extremely deceptive sales tactics used to lure people in and take their money.

If you are looking for a legitimate way to make money online I would recommend taking a look at the program I use, which I got started with back in 2015 when I first started looking for ways to earn online. Now I make a living online, by the way, which goes to show that this program works. You can click the button below to learn more.

And of course leave any comments, questions, or concerns below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

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