Product: Profit Bank Millionaire
Cost: $24.97 per month
Review Summary: This system promises you push button success when in fact you are being given three useless, scam like and generic one page websites. You will not get real traffic to these, the reviews on them are totally bogus and everything about this whole system is a total scam.
What I Found
There is so much wrong with this system that I am struggling to find somewhere to start, but here goes.
Lie #1 His Name is Thomas Black
This guy’s name is NOT Thomas Black at all…
Here’s proof where it even states this underneath the video in black and white in the fine print.
Upon visiting one of his duplicate websites, you’ll see that another guy by the name of ‘Robert Henderson’ apparently came up with Profit Bank… this is also a fake persona!
Funny enough this system was originally being promoted by ‘Mack Michaels’ as the owner.
Who really made this system? Your guess is as good as mine.
Lie #2 Income Claims
I actually laughed when I saw this in the video.
He really hammers the point that he is going to show you undeniable proof that he is making money with this system. He will prove beyond any shadow of doubt that his system makes him thousands of dollars a day.
Drum roll please…
And this one…
Wow, thanks Thomas! You have absolutely proven to me beyond any shadow of doubt based on these screenshots that you are killing it with this system.
Shut up and take my money! Said no one ever.
But wait… a moment of truth from Thomas.
He goes on and on about how people need to make sure about what they are buying into and get proof of the effectiveness of whatever system they are thinking of buying.
The fact is that there is not one shred of credibly in any of the ridiculous income screenshots in his video.
Firstly, how can anyone even be sure that that is his money? No one can.
Secondly, even by some miracle and and a one in a billion chance it actually is his money… how can anyone prove it was made using this system?
Income screenshots are probably the single most overused pice of crap technique to gain credibility and I cannot believe these gurus still use them. I am literally finding it hard to believe that anyone would actually by that kind of BS these days.
Lie #3 You Will Just Push One Button And Make Nearly 2k Every Day
Just like the other 10,000 guru scams claimed you’d make push button riches, this one is no different. You will not make easy money like this… not now and not ever. Unless you win the lottery.
These guys are just playing on peoples desire to succeed easily. Being in business on the Internet is no different to the offline world, it takes hard work and effort to build a business!
Otherwise EVERYONE would be rich. Best case is the only one getting rich off this is whoever is behind it, not you.
Lie #4 This Is Some Revolutionary New Software
The fact is I am yet to see any kind of ‘one click software’ at all. You put your affiliate link in the system and click to generate your duplicate website.
He goes on to talk about how we will get automated traffic through some patent pending traffic software. The reality is that this is just be a link sharing system among fellow system users that is spammed by robots and generates un targeted traffic.
Much like a traffic exchange or some seedy link sharing system, you won’t be getting quality traffic.
Many people have not received more than a few clicks from this so called traffic system and have also been told to market the system themselves.
But I thought Thomas said this was totally automated and that the system would do everything for me? I thought all I needed to do was push ONE button?
At any rate there is nothing new or revolutionary about anything you are buying.
Upon entering the system there are many upsells including the Millionaire Society’s $97 per month membership which is designed to drive automated traffic and give you more ‘turn key’ websites.
Yet another contradiction to the one click business he is claiming this to be.
The Reality Of These Stupid Websites
If you haven’t seen these ridiculous websites you are buying into as part of this ‘revolutionary’ software, I urge you to take a look.
Here’s why they suck:
- They contain 3 totally bogus reviews
- Only 1 page of content
- They will NEVER rank in Google, I can assure you. They are totally generic and duplicate content.
- The products being reviewed are in fact rubbish themselves, in particular I noticed Google Sniper 3.0 being promoted as the number one home business.
- You are not going to set yourself up as a credible reviewer or any kind of authority whatsoever using these moronic websites
- I wouldn’t even classify them as a website, more of a deceptive landing page
I would really like to know how on earth we are expected to actually drive visitors to our websites? We are told we won’t need to do social media marketing, PPC or any paid advertising, article marketing or any other marketing of that matter.
So if we aren’t paying for traffic and we will clearly never rank in any decent search engine, what the hell are we supposed to be doing?
Sitting around hoping and praying this will magically work for us?
What I Liked
Wait… it gave me some product review ideas after I saw the two recommendations under the sniper system.
If this guru and his system is anything to go by, they are probably scams as well. I may be able to save a few people from being ripped off which is always a good thing.
So I’ll put a dot point in here then…
- I can save a few more people from crap like this
What I Didn’t Like
- Full of lies
- Will not make people money
- Is not push button, because nothing ever is that easy
- Websites are a joke
- Expensive upsells
- No real way to get traffic
- Lack of real training, support and quality tools to build a real online business
Another guru scam with lies about push button success and overnight auto pilot riches.
Not one word being said by this guy is able to be substantiated or trusted. I do NOT recommend this to anyone, save your money.