I came across Profit Point Autonomy today via an email I received.
That email led me to a sales page, which claims you can easily make $500 or more per day, with a “done for you” money making website.
On that “floods your bank account with serious cash, 24/7 365”.
1.) What is Profit Point Autonomy? Profit Point Autonomy is a new “system” that claims to help you make $500 or more per day with a money making website. In reality, it is about affiliate marketing (legit business model) with a spammy website (ineffective).
2. ) Who created it? The person in the video is really just a spokesperson. The people behind the website use an anonymous domain registration and do not reveal their true identity. So the people running the show could be anyone.
3.) How much does it cost? The cost of the program is $47 one time.
4.) Are there any upsells? Yes. Immediately after purchasing Profit Point Autonomy you are hit with upsells that run into the $100’s. And it wouldn’t surprise me if there were hidden upsells that run into the $1,000’s over the coming days and weeks when your “coach” (phone sales person) calls you.
5.) Can you get a refund? It may be possible to obtain a refund, but I wouldn’t bank on it. After what I have seen with this program, and similar programs, getting your money back will be near impossible.
6.) Who should buy it? Anyone who doesn’t mind losing money.
7.) What do you get as a member? You aren’t given any tangible training on building a real business. Instead, you get a basic course on making money with affiliate marketing and a cookie cutter website to promote affiliate offers that in reality will not work.
8.) How much money can you make? You can write your own pay check with affiliate marketing, but I doubt if anyone makes any money at all with this particular system.
9.) Is Profit Point Autonomy a scam? On one hand Profit Point Autonomy is not a scam because you do get something in return for your money. On the other hand, it is a scam because the sales material is incredibly (and deliberately) misleading. What you think you are getting and what you actually get, are worlds apart.
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The Profit Point Autonomy website has ONE purpose and one purpose only- convincing unsuspecting people to fork out $47.
All in the hopes of making “quick and easy” money with a push button system.
I see this kind of thing all the time, and it sucks.
What these people are doing is using “get rich quick” hype, and a bunch of unethical marketing tactics, to convince you to buy. And then hit you with upsells immediately after you buy, to sell you as much as humanly possible.
That’s what is really going on here.
And unfortunately a LOT of people lose money to sites like this. Because the marketing is quite clever and lots of affiliates promote CPA offers like this. Because they can make a quick buck mass emailing get rich quick offers like this one.
Anyways, this site is almost identical to Website ATM and Point To Click Profits (reviews linked to earlier). Both of which are scams and both of which lost a lot of people money.
Here’s the Profit Point Autonomy sales page:
Now here’s the sales page for Website ATM and Point To Click Profits:
As you can see, virtually identical. So they are probably run by the same people, which is definitely a red flag considering these are not legitimate sites.
How This “System” Really Works
The way this system works is by using hype and shady marketing to sell you a
“system” that doesn’t really exist.
It starts with an email or online ad, which takes you to the sales page, where you see the video that leads you to believe you will be making easy money after buying.
Coupled with other sales tactics like fake testimonials, fake income screenshots and pretending there are limited spots available so you buy in a hurry.
All in an effort to have you believe that a special app is going to build you a money making website. Just as soon as you pay $47 of course!
What really happens after you buy, is you are immediately pressured into buying more, higher priced, products. This is how they make more money off of you.
Anyway, the actual “system” you get access to is some generic training on making money with an affiliate website. Along with a duplicate website full of affiliate offers.
Affiliate marketing is a business model where you earn commissions promoting other people’s products online. When someone buys through your link, you get paid.
This is a legitimate business model and I know this for a fact since this is how I earn 6 figures per year, with affiliate websites.
Which is how I also know that “done for you websites” do not work.
And the reason is because if you want to make money with ANY website, you need traffic. And one of the best ways to get high quality, free traffic to a website is through search engines like Google and Bing.
Which is something you cannot do with a duplicate site.
You need to be creating unique content and actually be creating value for your audience, if you want to generate traffic.
I could go on, but my point here is this…
Anyone can bang up a site full of affiliate offers or an e-commerce store full of products.
But if you want to actually get traffic and make sales, your site needs to provide value to people. Which means you need to learn real internet marketing skills.
None of which is hard when you learn the right process.
But there is no “shortcut” or “done for you” method to success. Which is exactly what this site is selling you- something that does not exist.
- You’ll know what to avoid in future
- You may be able to get a refund
- Misleading sales hype
- Lots of upsells
- “Done for you” money making sites do not work
- No proper training, tools or support
Profit Point Autonomy sounds like an exciting way to make an easy $500 per day.
After all, who doesn’t want to make easy money online with a push button system?
I get it.
But unfortunately, it doesn’t work.
The only people making money here are the people behind it, at your expense.
Sales funnels like this are put together to take advantage of unsuspecting newbies who simply do not know any better.
Rather than actually helping you build a real business and create real longterm profits, they use every trick in the book to make a quick buck off of you.
And the affiliates who promote this crap do so for the same reason. Which is why unfortunately many people end up losing money.
In any case, what you decide to do from here is totally your call.
I could never recommend this to you in good conscience though. Because I know this won’t help you make money. It’ll only leave you disappointed.
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