Name: Profit With Jack
Price: $1.95 7 day trial/ $47 per month + upsells
Review Summary: Extremely misleading sales tactics and a valueless product. We are told the system is free, it’s not. We are told you get a unique website, you just get an affiliate link. After seeing inside the members area I can safely say this is not going to help you make money online and in my opinion, this is a textbook scam.
My Recommendation: Avoid misleading scams like this and read about my top rated program.
Who Is Jack Ryder?
Jack Ryder is almost certainly a fake alias. I cannot prove this but when you’ve seen a thousand scams before, spotting this kind of thing is easy. Turns out “Jack” has no social media accounts, no website, no picture displayed, didn’t participate in the sales video and the website was registered anonymously. Separately, these things don’t necessarily matter but together they present a red flag.
The Red Flags
When I first looked at this I knew it was a little on the sketchy side of things. How? Apart from the utter dribble in the sales material there are 3 main things I noticed.
#1 Fake News Endorsements
In my experience, any program leading people to believe it has some kind of endorsement from the news is a massive red flag. This is a common scam tactic used to gain your trust. I can say for an absolute certainty that neither Jack nor his program have any endorsement or affiliation with any reputable news networks. They have never been “seen on” the news either for that matter.
The video they use is essentially just a combination of general work from home news stories they’ve found on YouTube. The reporters are not talking about this program at all, these are old reports about working from home, plain and simple. This is without a doubt one of the biggest red flags to watch for when deciding to join something or not.
The links are there, but nothing happens when you click any one of the policy pages. Considering they ask for your full name, email and phone number that is not a good sign.
#3 This Was Once a Binary Software
I can safely say that the most common of all scams on the internet today are binary option software scams. To be clear, making money trading binary options is perfectly legitimate and people do make money this way every day. I am talking about the softwares claiming to give you a “push button” income trading binaries for zero effort or experience.
Turns out “Profit With Jack” was such a scam and is now defunct with Jack having turned his attention to affiliate marketing instead.
What Is The “Profit With Jack” System?
The sales video claims that this is 100% free to join and continually states that no one should be paying for information online. According to Jack, if you pay for information online, it’s a scam.
Phew… thanks for the heads up Jack! After watching your video I’m going to head over to the Amazon website and give them a piece of my mind. I just purchased an ebook that included all kinds of ‘information’ so I want my money back, those scammers!
Anyway, on the next page I was instructed to hand over my name, email and phone number to proceed to my ‘free account’ as promised. I don’t give sites like this my real info anyway so I happily did that and landed on the next page.
The next page makes a confession… this is NOT free after all. This was apparently going to cost me $1. When I finally landed on the payment screen I discovered that it is actually going to cost me $1.95 to get access! So first they tell me it’s free, then they say it’s $1 and then it’s going to cost $1.95. What a joke.
Just to be clear here, my beef is not with the cost (I’m fully aware it’s only $1.95) this is about blatantly lying to people. Why not just tell people the truth from the start?
Anyway, after getting into the members area I was keen to see if I was really just “paying for information” or if I actually got something worthwhile for my money or not. Remember it’s a scam if we are paying for information so there must be a tangible product. Jack told us this himself.
Unfortunately, there is no product at all.
You get a YouTube video, general information and a fake testimonial. According to Jack, we have just purchased our own ‘fully customised website’ to make money with but the fact is you are NOT given any website. Period. You are simply given an affiliate link to their website- the same one you just joined through. Worse still, anyone can simply sign up to ClickBetter.com and promote this exact program for free and get the same affiliate link!
The Advertising Co-Op
The problem is this…. there is absolutely no way to verify the quality of the traffic he is selling you before buying and there is no refund available. The refund is only available for the $1.95. It is quite likely he is simply re-selling you low quality traffic at a massive premium. Either way, this is big money to be paying for totally unverifiable traffic.
So to summarise what’s inside the members area… you do not get a website,there are no tools, no support and the page is full of useless information.
How The System Works
- Sign up for $1.95
- In 7 days, pay $47 and then continue paying $47 every month thereafter
- Buy low quality traffic at a massive premium with no refund available
- That traffic will be sent to the same page you joined through, except linked with your unique affiliate link
- Earn $40 recurring commissions when these people stay on after 7 days
It is possible to make money this way but it depends entirely on the quality of the traffic they are selling you. Will 4% of people you send to you affiliate link join the monthly membership as indicated? You’d have to take Jack’s word on that one and from what I have seen, I won’t be doing that anytime soon.
More importantly, there is absolutely no value whatsoever in paying $47 per month for this. I honestly cannot see one single reason why anyone in their right mind would pay for this each month? You can promote this for free and get the same traffic elsewhere cheaper. They are effectively selling you overpriced traffic and charging you a monthly fee on top! Wow… whoever is behind this is something else.
The Fake Video Testimonial
In the members area you are shown ‘proof’ that this system works by way of video testimonial. There’s only one small problem… the guy doing the testimonial is a paid actor. This is a common tactic used by scammers and in this case we have a video of a young guy claiming to have made $1000’s with very little effort with this system.
Here he is over on a freelancing website called Fiverr:
If the system really was so great then why do they need to pay people to give them testimonials?
What I Liked
- It only costs $1.95 and you could more than likely get a refund through ClickBetter for this amount
What I Didn’t Like
- Blatant lies about the true price of this system
- Claim to be giving you a unique website which is also a complete lie
- Selling traffic from an unknown source with no refund (more than likely low quality rubbish)
- No value at all in the initial $1.95
- No privacy or terms pages
- By giving these people your information you are almost certainly going to be spammed daily
- Extremely misleading marketing hype
- Unknown owner
- Fake testimonials
- ZERO value in paying $47 per month for this- no one in their right mind is going to stay on as a member
There really is nothing good to say about this program. There are no products and to make money is going to mean buying overpriced and unverified traffic just so you can lure others into joining the same crap. In my opinion, this is a total scam and I could never recommend something like this to you in good conscience. If you do want to try it out then I recommend not buying the upsells and getting the lowest priced traffic option, at least you will lose less money that way.
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