Welcome to my review of Bulletproof Profits!
This is a new ClickBank product that claims to help you generate “$3,750 starting today with just 7 simple clicks”. This system is apparently gives you an “easy way” to make money online.
Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s not what it seems. Far from it in fact.
Bulletproof Profits Review
I came across the Bulletproof Profits site (yourbulletproofprofits.com/launch) today via a SPAM email some random spammer sent me. Which is normally how I find out about this stuff.
Anyways I review a lot of ‘make money’ programs on this site so I decided to check it out.
The site consists of a sales video that goes around and around in circles, trying to convince you that by purchasing the system you’ll strike it rich. Practically overnight and with no effort on your part.
This is literally what ALL the scams say.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of these so I know pure BS hype when I see it. For example recent reviews of stuff like The Silk Road Effect, 22 Minutes to Profits and Steal My System use the same misleading hype.
And as with most of these sites, the Bulletproof Profits sales page uses ‘testimonials’ to show how ‘real’ this is and that it works.
I’m always skeptical when I see stuff like this though.
And often for good reason. Because a quick bit of research reveals these are 100% FAKE testimonials, they are not real Facebook comments at all.
I don’t expect you to take my word for it though, so here’s proof these are stock photos:
As you can see, whoever’s running this is clearly using stock pics and dummy comments to make the ‘system’ look legit.
Anyways, read on to see how this works in more detail…
How Does Bulletproof Profits Work?
The way this ‘system’ really works is to make the people running it money.
It all starts with an email sent typically from someone you’ve never heard of, who claims you need to click the link to start making boatloads of cash.
If you take the bait and visit the sales page, you’ll see the sales video. Which as I’ve mentioned is absolutely FULL of misleading hype.
You are told that you can make $1,000’s within your first day, and in just 7 clicks. And from then on you can apparently make $50k per month. The site even goes as far as to ‘guarantee’ this which is incredibly misleading in my opinion.
No one can guarantee you’ll make any money online at all. Period.
In any case, the whole thing is complete and utter nonsense and is designed to do ONE thing- get your money.
The program costs only $9 which isn’t much, but if enough people fall for this crap then whoever’s behind this will still make a tidy profit.
Especially when you consider how immediately after buying- you are hit with $100’s in upsells.
This is what pretty much every ‘guru’ does because people are more likely to buy immediately after buying something. Since their credit card is in hand.
And it’s how these people make their money off of you.
So if you are going to buy this, keep in mind that $9 is only the beginning. This is just a way to ‘get you in the door’, there are a lot higher costs in the pipeline.
In any case, all you are getting is some generic, basic training on making money with e-commerce.
So regardless of whether you only buy the initial product or the subsequent upsells, this system is not going to help you make $50k per month. In fact, I doubt if anyone will make any money at all with this.
Verdict – Is Bulletproof Profits a Scam?
Yes, in my opinion Bulletproof Profits is a scam.
I say this because of the extremely misleading marketing hype in the sales pitch. Which literally guarantees you’ll start earning $1,000’s within “just 7 clicks”.
This complete and utter BS. Period.
You do get some training for your money, and there’s a 60 day ClickBank money back guarantee. So I guess in that sense it’s not a total scam.
But clearly, the people running this don’t care about you or your success. They just want to use whatever tricks they can to make as much money off you as humanly possible, as quickly as possible.
You can earn real money online, but ‘systems’ like this are not going to help you. This is why I never recommend ‘shiny objects’ like this because they are downright unethical.
What you decide to do is up to you, but hopefully this helps you decide either way.