Welcome to my review of 7 Minutes Daily Profits.
This is a new ClickBank product that claims to help you make $500 per day, using a secret free software. And apparently, it takes just 7 minutes per day to make this money.
But is this legit, and if so, does it work?
Let’s take a closer look to find out…
7 Minutes Daily Profits Review
I stumbled across the 7 Minutes Daily Profits website earlier today while checking my emails.
The website consists of a bold headline about making an easy $500 per day using a free software, and a video presented by “Vince Howard”.
He claims he was an “ordinary truck driver” who was struggling to make ends meet, when he discovered the “secret” to making big money online. Now he’s apparently making millions and has been featured on the news and so forth.
And since he’s such a good bloke, he’s sharing this secret software with you. All you need to do, is pay the “$9 server fee” and you’re good to go.
This all sounds amazing, and there’s even a couple testimonials from ‘ordinary people’ who appear to be making money too…
Unfortunately, all of this is complete and utter nonsense.
First of all, “Vince Howard” is a made up name, and he’s never been featured on the news. This is why he doesn’t show his face, or provide any proof he is who he says he is.
Second of all, making money online is the result of learning a proven process, and working hard to build your business. Not by using some BS magic software.
Third, the testimonials are FAKE, and here’s proof…
These are really just ACTORS from a site called Fiverr.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of ‘make money online’ programs on this blog over the past few years, so I see this sort of thing all the time. And it is very common among ClickBank products too.
Because nobody is really making that kind of money with the system, they need to hire people to ‘pretend’ like they are. It’s total BS if you ask me.
How Does 7 Minutes Daily Profits Work?
The way this works is like many other ClickBank products in this space.
You receive an email from somebody about making quick and easy money online, which leads you to the sales page. The sales page uses every trick in the book to convince you that you are one of a few luck people to be watching. And that if you buy, you will get your hands on a money making machine.
This is exactly what is happening here.
Rather than explain to you how this program actually works, you are told you are getting access to a special software that will do everything for you. All you need to do is ‘plugin’.
Unfortunately this is not the reality of how anybody makes money online.
And it’s absolutely NOT free either. The $9 fee is the cost of this program, which gives you access to some generic, outdated information on making money online. There is no secret software that makes you tons of money on autopilot.
And if you do buy, you are immediately hit with upsell after upsell.
The $9 is just the beginning. How these people really make money off of you, is by pitching you more products (literally) immediately after you buy.
This is how just about every product in the ‘make money online’ space works. And while upselling itself isn’t a scam, I do find it misleading when sites like this promise you something for free, when in reality the whole agenda is selling you as much crap as humanly possible!
Thankfully, there is a 60 day money back guarantee through ClickBank, the third party marketplace you are actually buying this product through. So this is reassuring if you’ve already bought this.
Verdict – Is 7 Minutes Daily Profits a Scam?
7 Minutes Daily Profits isn’t exactly a scam, since you do get some training for your money.
However, what you get is nowhere near what the sales page tells you. Not even close. You do not get a “$500 per day money making software” at all, this is a total lie.
So the entire marketing pitch is incredibly misleading in my opinion.
It is possible to make $100’s or even $1,000’s per day online. But like anything worthwhile, it doesn’t happen at the push of a button. Success is the result of learning a proven process, and working hard to build your business.
Not by purchasing some shiny object that promises you the world, and delivers something else entirely.
Unfortunately the only people who make money off of crap like this, are the people who put it together. And they make that money at your expense.
What you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this.