Point To Click Profits – Scam or Legit Money Maker? [Review]

Welcome to my review of Point To Click Profits.

This is a new site that claims you can make $500 or more per day on Amazon, using a “secret little black box”. One that allows you to legally ‘siphon’ off cash everyday.

Sounds pretty amazing, but could it just be another scam?

Read on…

Point To Click Profits Review

The Point To Click Profits (AKA Point 2 Click Profits) website starts off by talking about how you are going to get access to a “black box” that will make you money.

You don’t need to do anything, or put any effort in- the system does everything for you…

Point To Click Profits Video

I’ve seen a lot of this kind of hype over the years.

After reviewing literally hundreds of ‘make money online’ programs on this blog, you get to learn when something is pure hype.

And that’s exactly what this is folks- HYPE.

There is no such thing as a black box system that helps you “siphon money out of Amazon”. This is a complete and utter fabrication.

It is true that Amazon (as a company) is making an absolute killing, nobody can dispute this. They earn hundreds of billions of dollars each year, and Amazon affiliates and vendors are making steady profits as well.

But anybody who’s making money on Amazon, does so by learning and applying proven strategies. Not by “plugging in” to some $47 push button system.

Anyways, the video goes on to talk about how much money you can make, how easy it’s going to be and then shows a bunch of testimonials.

Like this woman, who’s apparently making $5,400 per day with the system…

Fake Testimonial PTCP

Most of the time these ‘testimonials’ are completely FAKE though. So I always like to check and see if they’re legit or not.

In this case, I she’s really just a stock photo…

Stock Photo Woman
Source: stock.adobe.com

She’s never made a dime with this system, it’s total BS.

I also find it strange how in the background, the name of the system is “Copy and Paste Profits”.

This is another red flag because scam programs OFTEN change names and logos, to continue the scam running once they’ve been shut down. So this could be an alternate name they are using.

In any case, if people really are making big money with this ‘amazing system’, why don’t they have any real testimonials from real people?

How Does Point To Click Profits Work?

The way this system works is by luring you to the sales page, either by email or an online ad.

Then, once you’re on the page, the idea is to ‘sell you the dream’. Using all kinds of hype to make it sound as if you’re going to be getting access to a secret money making system.

One that allows you to make $1,000’s per day from Amazon.

The truth is you can make money with Amazon, and potentially lots of it. You can either promote other people’s Amazon products as an affiliate, or become a vendor and sell your own.

And there are many great training programs that teach the right way to do this.

But unfortunately, this isn’t one of them.

Rather, this is a system that is designed to ‘get you in the door’ for $47 and then start upselling you lots of other stuff.

The training itself is a generic training on various ways you can make money on Amazon. It’s nothing new, it’s not a secret, and it will not make you $1,000’s per day on autopilot.

This is a gimmick.

And it’s the same sort of hype I see on other systems I’ve reviewed like Secret Millionaire Bot and Bulletproof Profits. These systems make insane promises of push button riches, only to deliver another BS training that isn’t worth paying for. Just like Point 2 Click Profits does.

So to sum up how this ‘system’ works… you are led into a misleading sales pitch, which is all about getting you to pay $47 for a money making system. And immediately after you buy, you are hit with upsell after upsell.

Not to mention, these people now have your email address, which means you will be getting spammed from them and other sleazy internet marketing gurus. Who will try to sell you more stuff.

Verdict – Is Point To Click Profits a Scam?

Yes, in my opinion Point To Click Profits is a scam.

Not only is the sales material completely misleading, and BS on every front, but the program itself is nothing more than a generic training you could find for free on a good blog.

The real agenda behind sites like these are to make money off of you.

They tell you everything you want to hear, claim everything is ‘done for you’ and that all you need to do is plugin to start making money, hand over fist.

In reality, the only people making money here are the ones running this scam, at your expense.

I obviously won’t be recommending this system to you, because I only recommend programs that are legit, and that actually work. I honestly doubt if anyone who buys this, makes any money at all.

It is possible to make good money with Amazon. It goes without saying that this is a legit company that provides people with a legitimate opportunity to create a business. Either selling or promoting products as an affiliate.

But like anything worthwhile, it takes time and effort to see real results. You will not make money overnight or by using some ‘black box’ system, this is something scammers say to take your money.

What you decide to do is up to you, I hope this review has been helpful either way.

28 thoughts on “Point To Click Profits – Scam or Legit Money Maker? [Review]”

  1. I paid and ask for cancellation because everytime they ask you to paid this and pay that.The next day, somebody from Nevada called me and asking if I have 6000$ to invest and he was so rude saying that I am not listening and I have to call the number that he gave..such a dumbass!!! do not do that fake business, you lose you time and your money

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  2. Dam they got my a#% i thought because it was working wih Amazon that it was gonna be a good opportunity. I only paid the $47 bucks but now im angry because i got hussled !! Urgh!!! Its not about the money its about me being a sucker and some pos lying to me and everyone else. Dam i woke uo at 4am thinking im gonna start making some money today.

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    • Hey Nathan,

      I wouldn’t feel bad. Lots of people fall for this stuff, because it is designed by clever, unethical marketers who know exactly what they are doing. They pretend to work with Amazon to gain your trust, that’s what that amounts to.

      Anyways thank you for commenting and all the best going forward.

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  3. I have always figured that much of what you see online are scams. I am looking for ways to make money online but I want proven strategies. I got taken by one about 5 years ago. Thank God they only took me for 150 dollars. You see a lot of these scams advertised on Facebook

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  4. Hi Tim,
    Yes, thank you so much for your honesty. I myself almost got pulled into that BS. I was recently in a car accident and am now laid up with a broke back. My t7 & t12 crushed into my spine so I was looking to see if there was anyway of making money online now that I’m unable to work. Oh what really makes me even sicker is, I was about to start a new job the day after my accident. I’ve been working part time making minimum wage since my husband passed away October 2013 and I finally found me a good job, full time, benefits,.medical.etc. Being a assistant manager and he has to fill the position due to my back being broken. Anyway glad I came here and seen this is a scam which I figured it was because like you said, its to good to be true & if it was that easy everyone would be doing it instead of going to work everyday 40+ hours a week. Thanks again and I’m gonna look into your website Tim. I did notice you saying in another comment that its only available for some states. Is Florida 1 of them?

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    • Hi Demita,

      I’m sorry to hear about your situation and I’m glad the review was helpful.

      You definitely can earn money online, the key is to avoid anything promising you “quick and easy” success, because in my experience these are almost always scams.

      If you are willing to put in the time and effort, and build a longterm business, then affiliate marketing is what I recommend. This is a low cost business model, so you can start, run and grow your business on a shoestring budget. And at the same time it can be a highly profitable business model if you stick with it. I know this because it’s how I earn a living online.

      If you visit this page and follow the steps you will see how you can get started with affiliate marketing.

      And it doesn’t matter where you live, it’s just that certain countries (like Nigeria, Phillipines and a handful of others) are excluded from creating a free Starter account with the platform I recommend (Wealthy Affiliate) that gives you all the tools, training and support you need to build your business. So if you’re in the US you’ll be fine.

      Anyways I hope this helps and all the best going forward!

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  5. Thank you very much for your review. I always try to slow my roll and read reviews purely because I dont have money to throw away. I need to make more money so badly that I almost paid $47 I didn’t have. I’ve learned if something seems too good to be true it usually is. I googled for a review and there you were. Oh how nice it would be to make $500+ a day. I kill myself working 50 hours a week for $640 weekly check. After health dental life insurance for me my hubby and my kid. No mortgage or rent but its still nowhere close to being enough. Thank you again for saving me.

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  6. Thanks for that researched info….. it’s people like you who keep smart consumers from getting screwed… and broke!

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  7. Thank you so much for your input. You were just what I was looking for. I to, am getting message after message, with a slightly different web address but all so similar. Every day, or every other day it’s something new. Yesterday, back to back calls. The first was facebookincome.org and the second message left was for facebookhire.org. Both led to Point To Click. What really sucks, is the amount of time you spend listening to their pitch just to find out they’re full of BS. If I took all the time that I’ve wasted listening to these thieves, I can’t imagine how much I could have accomplished in my life.
    Thank you again for actually doing something with that time. You are saving people so much money and true heartache for thousands of people. You should be awarded something for that.

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    • Thank you for commenting Laura, glad you found the review helpful.

      Unfortunately these people use countless web addresses to sell this, it’s how they are able to keep this scam running. I’ve seen this same scam run under many different names and URL’s now, to the point it’s near impossible to keep track.

      It’s good you are doing your research before buying though, because this is the best way to protect yourself from stuff like this.

      Anyways appreciate your comment and wish you the best going forward.

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  8. I’m so embarrassed my daughter allowed me to use her bank card for this scam and they took me for a lot of money I can’t believe that I was stupid enough not to look it up first

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    • Don’t worry, it has happened to the best of us. The good thing is now you know what a sketchy ‘make money online’ program looks like, so you know for next time.

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      • I too appreciate your insight as well! I shared your information with the good folks on the FB page where I found this garbage. Hopefully they will all take heed!!! Thank you SO much! The world needs more good & caring people like yourself. Have a wonderful day!

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  9. Hi, I legitimately got a call saying to go to facebookrecruit.org/ which lead me to the same exact website. I actually purchased it, and moments after I noticed that the source website was down. I even waited several days for them to fix it but nothing changed. Eventually, after some time, I disputed the purchase because I had no idea where to go to request a refund. Luckily, I was able to get my money back. But I don’t know about anyone else.

    Thank you for the information, it will definitely help people. 🙂

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  10. Thanks for that information because I’m down on my luck and with bad knees. I was about to try this program and something said check it out. And I appreciate people like looking out for people like me who want to do something and always get taken advantage of. We just want to earn a living and support our families and people like theses scammers preying on us. Thanks

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    • Yeah it is terrible how they prey upon the most vulnerable folks, and it’s comments like yours that remind me of this. The people that run these scams have no conscience, all they care about is getting their hands on your money.

      The good news is you are doing your research before buy, that is your best defence so nice work.

      Thank you for commenting Jeffery and wish you the best going forward.

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    • If you are interested in a 100% legitimate job, then I have one to offer. It’s not a ‘get rich quick’…sorry. But your biweekly pay is always dependable. I own a Virtual Call Center where we provide service to many different top Fortune 500 companies. There are a handful of states which are not supported on our platform, but I can help you to find something else if your state happens to be one of them. I don’t normally post on someone else’s page but noticed your comment about your knees & boy oh boy do I ever understand pain!! You can find us on Facebook or feel free to check out our website- bottomlinesecuresolutions.com

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