Is Gold Opinions a Scam? (Well, This is Interesting…)

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review

Welcome to my 7 Minutes Daily Profits review!

We’re going to take a look at this one and see if you can really make up to $500 starting today.

Right off the bat:

That’s crazy.

And another thing:

The name of this product already has me very suspicious.

So, is 7 Minutes Daily Profits a scam?

I checked out the other reviews, and mine is different. Because I actually bought it and looked at what they offer.

Let’s dig into this 7 Minutes Daily Profits review and you can see what I found out about it.

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7 Minutes Daily Profits Summary

Product: 7 Minutes Daily ProfitsCost: Free, but a $9 server fee??Owner(s): Vince Howard (Fake name and probably not this Friday Night Lights character.) Good For: Only those who want to learn a little about solo ads. (But I recommend trying YouTube first.)

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review

What is 7 Minutes Daily Profits?

As mentioned in the intro, I already have some issues with just the title of this product. It sounds like you only need to do work for 7 minutes a day to see profits.

How does that work??

According to the sales video, you can use free software to generate over $500 every day.

Right off the bat we get some testimonials about how great this software works.

The first testimonial says that he made over $700 in 6 hours. The next day he made over $1,000.

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review - Testimonial Actor

Our next testimonial said she made an unbelievable $85k in a month using 7 Minute Daily Profits. She’s made over $200k in 3 months!

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review - Testimonial Actor 2

If these testimonials sound unbelievable, it’s because they are. These people are actors from Fiverr.com. They don’t make money with this software. They get paid to make these statements, and that’s it. The woman in the second testimonial was in the Secret Millionaire Bot review I posted not too long ago, and the guy has been in past reviews I’ve done too.

This is already strike 1. If their system is so good, they should be able to find real testimonials.

The video claims that we’ll see live, ironclad proof that this works.

Our narrator introduces himself as Vince Howard and says we have likely seen him in magazines and news articles. Except, I am pretty sure he’s a made up character. So, no, we haven’t seen him anywhere.

That’s strike 2. Usually when someone has a good product, they are happy to show themselves because they are proud of their work.

“Vince” goes on to tell us that he learned that he just needed a software system to help him make money online. He was set up with one and was able to make over $500 his first day. And all he needs to do is spend 7 minutes a day activating the software.

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review - Just 7 minutes a day to profits?

That’s just not possible. Strike 3, and he’s out!

How Does ​7 MINUTES DAILY PROFITS Work?

Vince gives us a “demo” of the 7 Minute Daily Profits system (I guess this is their ironclad proof?), but not really. All he does is log into ClickBank, say that he activated the software and then fast-forwarded 7 minutes to show us that a sale had been made.

He didn’t show us the software or how any of this works.

That’s because it’s all a bunch of BS.

There is no software that makes money in 7 minutes. Since this is only $9 (even though he says it’s FREE), I thought I would purchase to have a look inside to see for myself what this really is about.

Of course, I was hit with some upsells immediately.

Upsell 1 = $147 (Then, downsell to $97) Upsell 2 = $127

As soon as you get into the system, there’s this button to access VIP training. This goes to a sales page for a program I’ve reviewed on here. You can see my Membership Method review here.

This goes to Membership Method, which I've reviewed on my site

The thing is, Membership Method is a completely different type of program, and has nothing to do with the way that 7 Minutes Daily Profits works. But, it’s a way for these guys to make extra commissions off of you if you decided to purchase in the end.

Here’s the menu when you finally get in:

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review - Menu Inside the System

There is surprisingly more here than I expected. However, there are some catches to this program.

Catch #1

You will need to buy traffic. This is going to cost you extra, and it’s very possible that the traffic you buy won’t lead to any sales. Be cautious here.

Catch #2

You set up a website using their templates. This is why you need to buy traffic. You won’t be able to get any free traffic from Google using these templates.

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review - Website Templates

Catch #3

You will need an autoresponder so that you can build a list and email people. That’s fine, but it’s an additional cost that we were not made aware of in the sales video.

I would be very careful with this because buying traffic can get REALLY expensive, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing.

I recommend learning how to set up a website from scratch and learning how to get free Google traffic with SEO. Then later down the line, you can tackle buying traffic.

Is 7 MINUTES DAILY PROFITS a Scam?

7 Minutes Daily Profits isn’t a scam because you do get something for your money. However, the sales video and the tactics they use to purchase is definitely scammy.

Surprisingly, there are some decent training videos inside related to solo ads, funnels and email marketing.

Thumbs Down

But…some of the things inside the system make me raise my eyebrow. (I’ll tell you about that in a minute.) Overall, I do not recommend this product.

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review – Pros

  • Some decent training videos
  • Inexpensive price
  • Uses affiliate marketing, which is a legit way to make money

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review – Cons

  • You have to buy leads to make this work, which can get REALLY pricey (one of the training videos mentions $3000 – $5000 for a good list of leads.)
  • You need an autoresponder to make this work, and that will be an additional monthly cost
  • They don’t teach you about SEO (search engine optimization) at all, and you’ll never be able to get free traffic with this system
  • They say you can share your site on social media and you can get free traffic that way, but good luck with that. Unless you have a HUGE list of followers, no one is going to see it or pay attention to it.
  • The selling tactics that they use are a little shady
  • None of this will be done in just 7 minutes a day

Shady Selling Tactics

The whole sales video was full of shady selling tactics, so of course, they would have you do some some of the same things.

For instance, have you ever seen these things pop up:

7 Minutes Daily Profits Review - Social Proof is fake

This just a script (you can see that the grammar isn’t even correct) that you can add to your site. This is fake, and I don’t like it because it tricks people in a way that I think isn’t nice.

Shady Refund Policy

I also don’t like this refund policy.

7 Minutes Daly Profits refund policy is shady

You can go through ClickBank to get a refund, no questions asked, so I don’t even know what this is. If you want a refund, go through ClickBank directly.

Read: How to Return a ClickBank Product in 3 Easy Steps.

Learn How to Make Money Online the Right Way

You see, you *might* be able to make money with 7 Minute Daily Profits, but you’re going to have to invest in traffic. And that traffic might not even convert, so it’s very, very possible for you to lose your shirt here.

Especially if you’re new to making money online.

Of course, the choice is yours, but I highly, HIGHLY recommend that you learn how to build your own affiliate marketing website, and you learn how to do it the right way where you actually HELP people instead of creating these junky sites that are only built to take people’s money and leave them with little value.

Even if you can make a little money with something like 7 Minute Daily Profits, it’s not going to be lasting.

If you take the time to build a site that’s helpful to people, Google will like it and will rank you, and you can get free traffic. Plus, you’ll just feel better about yourself.

It does take time, and it takes a lot of upfront work, I’m not going to lie to you. But it’s worth it. Check out these affiliate marketing success stories to see what I mean.

Wealthy Affiliate Versus 7 Minutes Daily Profits

The training that I belong to, and therefore recommend, is called Wealthy Affiliate. With Wealthy Affiliate, you get training, web hosting, a keyword tool, and a community of hundreds of thousands of people to help you along the way.

They teach you the RIGHT way to make money online. And you can choose to promote anything you like. You don’t have to send out shady make money online offers. You can promote dog cages or baseball bats, or anything in between.

Here’s a comparison chart of what 7 Minute Daily Profits gives you versus what Wealthy Affiliate gives you. There IS no comparison. Learn to do this the right way. It will pay off for you.

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Conclusion

While 7 Minute Daily Profits does have a few decent training videos inside the system, I still would not recommend this product. The way they set things up and teach you how to do things is not a good way to do business, in my opinion.

Not only that, but it’s going to cost you quite a bit to buy traffic to send to your site.

Instead, I recommend you learn how to create a site the right way and learn how to be helpful to people so that you can have lasting success.

Plus, Wealthy Affiliate’s training focuses on getting free traffic from Google. Not only will this save you money, but this traffic can last for a long time into the future. If you buy traffic, you’ll continuously have to buy it.

You can try Wealthy Affiliate as a Free Starter Member to see if will work for you. You only need your email address to sign up.

If you have any questions or comments about this 7 Minute Daily Profits review, or about Wealthy Affiliate, or affiliate marketing in general, leave them for me below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

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4 thoughts on “Is Gold Opinions a Scam? (Well, This is Interesting…)”

  1. Hello Christina,

    I remembered that I saw this somewhere. I was about to pull the trigger too. But I see so many red flags. I decide to do a little more digging and found your review. This is absolutely absurd that you would have to pay for taking surveys? making $50 for a survey is never going to happen. I am glad that I found your review for reinforcement of my choice of not joining. Thank you.

    Reply
    • Thanks for your comment on my Gold Opinions review. It is absurd to have to pay to take surveys. Especially since you make so little money on surveys anyway. 

      Nope. No thanks.

      Glad you decided to stay away and save your money. 

      Reply
  2. Hello, Christina

    Survey sites?  Well acquainted with them and I totally agree about the amount of time one has to spend to make a buck.  I was with Toluna for about a year.  Took me half of that to earn enough points to get about $20.  Wasted time.

    $27 a month and you get to keep 100% of the money you make?  Hummmm indeed, Something fishy there.  Do I think it’s worth it?  Absolutely not!!!  That would be like sharing the 100%  of the money I do earn doing surveys and in the end, I would probably end up losing money.

    I say that because I was rejected for way more surveys than I was accepted for.  Would you agree this is the case?

    Do I think it’s a scam?  Like you, I haven’t taken a close look at it but The $27/mo and we don’t know who the owners are, well that’s enough red flags for me to turn and walk the other way. 

    Even though it takes time to build a website and get traffic and eventually start to make money with Affiliate Marketing, I still think it’s the way to go. There is a niche for everything out there and hundreds of millions of people are on the internet every day looking for information and merchandise so, even though it takes time, the possibilities are endless and it is totally worth it in the end.

    And your #1 recommendation is the best way to learn.  The community is top of the class as well.

    There ARE a lot of ways to make money on the internet.  Some are more profitable than others but, PLEASE FOLKS, stay away from surveys. Just my humble opinion:)

    Thanks for the heads up, Christina

    Wayne

    Reply
    • Thank you, Wayne, and I appreciate you offering up the experience you’ve had with surveys. It sounds quite like my own. 

      To me, time is the most valuable asset that we have. If something uses up a lot of time with little reward, then it’s out in my book. 

      With affiliate marketing, it’s a little different. It takes up a lot of time with little reward at first, but then your effort is rewarded later on and you continue to reap the rewards long after. Then it just snowballs and grows from there….

      Much better, in my opinion!

      Reply

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