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Automatic Online Profits Review – Scam Or Is All The Hype Worth It?

by Kurt Henninger on

Automatic Online Profits Worth It?

Automatic Online Profits Worth It?

In the last month or so, there has been alot of hype and promise around the MLM system, Automatic Online Profits with promises of downline building and making the process of earning an income online automatic.  But what is the truth behind it all, and is the whole thing just a scam?

To test it out, I did sign-up for a free account for automatic online profits to go see the inside and what all the interest was about, but do not promote it in any manner. At least before launch, signing up for an account was free, and once it goes live, you are asked to pay $12 for access to the system.  A fair price at least in the beginning.

So what are some of the features inside the automatic online profits system, and what will you actually be promoting? Upon doing some research inside the members area at www.automaticonlineprofits.com what you are promoting is the system itself.

Automatic Online Profits does offer an advertising co-op, which is a good feature, but what is being promoted is the system generated landing page that they offer.  While having an advertising co-op is an outstanding feature, and is a large part of the “automated” part of the system, honestly, the problem herein lies with that you cannot actually do anything with the leads that you generate with your money.  Once they are inside the system, they belong to the system itself and can’t be exported to your own auto-responder account without those leads opting into your own account.

So how do you actually earn money with automatic online profits?  Generally, you earn a commission when one of the members you refer either joins as a basic member, or upgrades to their Smart Choice Packages.  In addition, they do offer a bonus pool of commissions available to certain members of the system.

So, is the whole automatic online profits system a scam or legitimate?  While it is too early to tell whether the system will be a success or not, it does have potential, and will clearly generate lots of sign-ups,  even if there are several warning signs that popped up while I was doing the review.

First, there was no mention of any specific owner of the automatic online profits system, other than “The AOP team” which raises a red flag of un-disclosure.  In addition, there was no contact information provided inside, with name, phone number, or email, other than a ticket support system.  Even on the official blog at automaticonlineprofitsblog.blogspot.com there is no mention of an owner or creator of the system by name, nor any mention once you opt-into their system on the follow-up emails.

So would I recommend using the automatic online profits system?  No, not until after it has been around for a while and they disclose more information about who built the system and what it will do other than automatically make you money.  Systems like these unfortunately come and go online all the time.

In any case, as with any system that you use, the real success does not come with signing up with a specific system, but how you use it to generate cash and income for yourself, but its the marketing of the automaticonlineprofits system that you perform that makes it worthwhile. If one expects to lay down and let magic work for you, you won’t ever generate leads, sales or sign-ups into your organization, making it really not worthwhile to most people unless you promote it yourself.

Thus, if you using or considering using automatic online profits to generate cash online for yourself, I highly advise you learn internet lead generation tactics, such as  article marketing, pay per click advertising, and others to get lots of leads for your business yourself rather than relying on others to do it for you.

If you’d like to learn more about how to market systems like automatic online profits to build downline and generate profits, simply fill out the form below with your name and email address to get access to 7 free days of cutting edge online MLM training to help you grow your business and get tons of leads.

Kurt Henninger

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

thomas September 28, 2010 at 2:09 pm

The parent company to Automatic Profit System is Internet Sales Institute. They claim they are with the business development office. They are just another company piggy backing off a start up kit. they are a complete skam. The coaches are not people who are making 6 figures with their own online business. They send you to stupid ebay college which you can get the same info of ebay. They also say they have all these tools they give you. It is complete garbage. All of the tools you can get like website, SOS marketing, domain, EVEN RESEARCH SOFTWARE WHICH SHOW WHAT IS SELLING ON EBAY-THIS IS THEIR GOLDEN BULLET IN THEIR GUN…HA HA”. All in all the tools they give you cost around 3k to do by yourself. They just charge you whatever they want up to twenty thousand dollars. They justify this by, every legitimate business that has the POTENTIAL RETURN of 6 figures is going to have a start up cost. All in all these guys are just manipulating words they read out of a business book to get your money. Dont give any of it to them!!!

admin September 29, 2010 at 4:20 pm

Thomas,

Automatic profit system is different than Automatic Online profits…….I’m not familiar with the first, but the later….I’d advise people to stay away from

Jeremy Thomas October 4, 2010 at 12:50 am

You need to watch out for fly by by night get rich quick schemes!

Wouldn’t you rather try a company that has been around since 1972 and is publicly traded in the new your stock exchange?

How a company that has great support from an individual and not a some outsourced call center?

Try making a “lifestyle” change and check out

Mario February 12, 2011 at 8:50 am

I did pay the 4.95 to get going and shift money from one account to another just in case it was a money scam with in minutes my 4.95 payment reflected in the account, good sign I was told that I would have a password and loging with in 24 hours (bad sign) If the company is so technology sabby wouldn’t they had provided you with that at least with in an hour or two? I was given a number call off course 1800 number well I just found out that they are close on the week-end and still no password or log in or and e-mail with a confirmation (bad sign) wouldn’t you think that a business with this much hype would wont to work with their clients around the clock? A lot of unsolve and uncertain doubts about this system from the get go (bad sign).

Richard April 29, 2011 at 1:20 pm

Would not recommend this to a couple of intelligent neanderthals..

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