Your Profit Team scam
"Get Rich Quick", Easy Money Scams

Your Profit Team – Scam or Legit? [EXPOSED!]

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 Review

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”…

How This Opportunity Works

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.

Has It Really Been On The News?

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.

Why Is It So Cheap?

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 Read The Disclaimer!

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, which isn’t even the website that this whole Your Profit Team sales pitch is on… So what is the deal here? Furthermore, The 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.

Conclusion – Avoid

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 🙂

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