As soon as I get to the Website Profits Pro sales page, all I see are red flags. It’s like they’re waving right in my face. (We’ll go through them in this article so you can have a look for yourself.) After doing tons and tons of these types of reviews, I can already tell you that Website Profits Pro is not worth spending money on and it will NOT work in 2020.
Actually, let me rephrase that.
Website Profits Pro WILL work if you’re the owner of Website Profits Pro. They can easily tempt people with their promises of quick riches.
But will it work for you, the buyer?
Let’s get into it.
What is Website Profits Pro?
Let’s take a little journey through the wonderful world of this sales video.
First, we get a legal disclaimer that says, “The statements presented here are depictions of individual results. Performance may vary and actual results are not guaranteed. Testimonials and endorsements are portrayed by compensated actors and are not representative of all customers.”
I’m glad they put that up there and we got the fact that the testimonials are fake out of the way. I’m still going to talk about that a little later because having actors for testimonials is still an issue for me for one main reason. But we’ll get back to that.
$500 a Day Just by Pressing a Button
As soon as the video starts, we have a man asking us if we’d like to earn $500 a day just by pressing a button. OK, I’ve been around the online marketing block for some time, and we’ve already seen this narrative before with:
- Profit Point Autonomy Scam
- Website ATM Scam
- Point 2 Click Profits
- Prime Time Profit
- Money Sucking Websites
I have reason to believe that most, if not all of these websites are connected. And I also have reason to believe that Website Profits Pro is also connected to these scams, and I’ll show you why a little later.
But OK, let’s get back to this ridiculous sales video.
It’s probably about 20 minutes long, but I’ll give you the short and sweet version since I’ve already been through it with those other “products” mentioned above.
Website Profits Pro is a system designed to make you more money than you know how to spend. All by simply pushing a button. It makes money as easily as walking up to an ATM and making a withdrawal.
Wow, that sounds just like the Website ATM scam. I don’t even think they changed their script.
If it sounds too good to be true…
How Does Website Profits Pro Work?
Assuming Website Profits Pro works the same as Website ATM (which I’m sure it does), when you purchase and log in, you’ll be given access to a few video tutorials on how to set up a done-for-you website.
You can check out my friend Matthew’s video on Website ATM if you want to see the inside. He goes into the membership area at 3:34.
The problem with this training is that it’s crap.
Let’s be real.
I had a commenter on my Website ATM video who bought the program and tried it, and here’s what he had to say about it:
You can see my video here for reference:
You can also see my Profit Point Autonomy video for reference, which is the same scam with a different name:
How Website Profits Pro Actually Works
The purpose of a site like Website Profits Pro isn’t to help you make money online. It’s to help the owners:
- Make money from the initial sale of the product
- Make money on upsells once you buy the product
- To get your email on their list so that they can sell you more things
The person or people behind Website Profits Pro does not care about you. They care about your money. Period.
Website Profits Pro Complaints
I have seen many comments about Website ATM where people have wanted to get a refund and there was no number to call to get their money back.
It seems that Website Profits Pro is suffering the same fate.
Not surprising since they are the same thing.
Keep reading below and check out Red Flag #4 to see a website that’s supposed to offer support for these websites. The only thing it offers is a place for people to frustratingly ask for their money back.
Is Website Profits Pro a Scam or Legit?
In my opinion, Website Profits Pro is 100% a scam. Yes, you’ll get a little training for your money, but it’s not enough training to be able to do anything with it. And once you get frustrated with it and decide you want your money back, it will be too late. These scammers do not offer refunds. You’ll be out of luck.
- None. Stay away.
- Low-quality affiliate marketing training
- Unrealistic income claims
- No real testimonials
- Unknown product owners
- Same scam we’ve seen time and time again, but with a new name
- Lots of complaints from people who want their money back but can’t get a hold of anyone
- Will give or sell your data to other marketers/scammers
Let’s go over some of these red flags in more detail so you can see why they’re an issue.
Red Flag #1 – The Testimonials Aren’t Real – Why This Is a Problem
Remember above when I said that having actors do your testimonials is a problem for me? I like the fact that they put that disclaimer in the sales video. I’ll give them credit there.
What I don’t like is the fact that they need to use actors for their testimonials.
I haven’t come across one legit program that needed to use fake testimonials. If your product or program is good, you’ll easily find real people with real testimonials.
Red Flag #2 – Joan from Connecticut Has Joined
If you see these scripts running on a website, be wary.
Now, sometimes these scripts are real and usually they’ll have a note about how it’s been verified by a third-party company.
A lot of times these are fake, as is the case with Joan.
You can tell by doing a quick Google search. Here are the results:
You can see that “Joan’s” picture has been used in a variety of ways. That’s because it’s a stock photo.
What I’m pointing to up there in the results is an article written by me! Joan from Connecticut has already shown up in my Profit Point Autonomy article! This is why I believe the two programs are connected.
And that’s not a good thing because Profit Point Autonomy is a scam (in my humble, but professional, opinion).
Red Flag # 3 – Unknown Product Owner(s)
It’s a major red flag to me when you don’t know who’s behind a product. To me, that means they’re hiding because they know they’re not providing a valuable service and they’re just going to take your money and run.
I’d hide too if that were the case! Who wants to deal with all of those angry customers?
In most cases, if you think about the products and services that you use and enjoy, and you think about who created those products and services, you can probably find them. Steve Jobs happily put his name on his products because he created something good and valuable.
In fact, there’s a chance (I don’t know this for a fact, but I’m speculating) they will sell your data to other marketers.
Nice, isn’t it?
Now if you click on that support link, it goes to easykits.kayako.com. This is a place where a bunch of people have left comments that they’ve been scammed and can’t get their money back.
You can see for yourself here.
It’s hard to tell which program the people are complaining about, but it doesn’t matter because it’s all the same scam anyway.
I could probably go on and on with the red flags, but we don’t have all day, and I think you get the point.
In case I didn’t make it clear enough in my article, or you just skipped right to the bottom to get the conclusion (I get it, I do it too), Website Profits Pro is a scam and I would not recommend that you buy it.
In fact, their payment processing page makes me anxious because it looks completely untrustworthy to me. Just because something says it’s secure, doesn’t mean it actually is.
Sometimes you just have to follow your gut…
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