Point 2 Click Profits Review – SCAM or Legit “Instant-Cash” Button?

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Thanks for stopping by to read my Point 2 Click Profits Review. If making money online is something you'd like to do, Point 2 Click Profits makes it “sound” easy. So easy in fact, you can do it by pressing a button. Wouldn't that be nice?

Of course, any system that claims to do what Point 2 Click Profits does is likely a scam. But it's hard not imagine what life would be like if it were real, right? It's crazy to think how that kind of money would change your life, I know. I can't help but think about it too. 

Point 2 Click Profits Home Screen

But here's the thing… I've reviewed hundreds of make-money-online programs and I've seen these “so-called” instant-money systems before. They are almost always a scam, so in this review we're going to unpack Point 2 Click Profits and see what's going on here. We'll talk about what it is, how it works, and whether you should spend your money on it.

Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Point 2 Click Profits. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not to apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info  

What Is Point 2 Click Profits?

Let's start with what Point 2 Click Profits is “supposed” to be and then we'll talk about what it actually is. 

The creator of this program calls himself Charles McCallister and his claim is that Point 2 Click Profits is a black box that pays you “at least” $500 per day with the push of a button. 

In his words, he says this, 

“Let's make one thing clear when it comes to this black box. You do nothing.

Point 2 Click Profits Black Box

I know what you're thinking…

“Yeah right!” 

That's what I'm thinking too because I've been in this industry for years and I've never found a legit program that will make you money online while you sit back and do nothing. There are a bunch that make that claim like 10 Minute Paydays, Fast Home Sites, KashTree and Crazy Money Online. But none of them work as promised.

According to “Charles”, you can do it because of the “Amazon Effect” which allows him (and you) to harness the power of the beast known as Amazon and siphon off a small percentage of the sales.  

He even says, “Amazon is taking over the world and we are taking over Amazon”.

It's true Amazon is a beast. The concept of earning a small percentage off their sales sounds real enough and I get why you'd be interested in learn more about Point 2 Click Profits.

I am too… 

But that's all we're allowed to really know because whatever is inside this “black box” is a secret. Apparently, even the Point 2 Click Profits support staff has signed non-disclosure agreements so the secret never gets out.

Now, I'm not sure what your thoughts are so far, but I can tell you this… I'm not buying a thing that Charles McCallister is saying, and here's why…

I don't believe he's a real person… 

Point 2 Click Profit Creator is Not Real

The Creator of Point 2 Click Profits is also on stock photography site Pexels

He specifically mentions in the video that you (like him)…are probably sick of seeing fake gurus using “stock images” and claiming they are real. Well… here we have Charles McCallister and his family on the stock photography website “Pexels”. 

But that's not the only place you'll find “Charles”. Other websites have used this image too. 

Charles McCallister and Family Stock Images

Other websites Charles McCallister of Point 2 Click Profits can be found on.

So, I have to admit… after seeing these images on the web I find it difficult to believe him when he says Amazon Executives are taking him out for lunch. 

Did he drive his Ferrari to this lunch?

Charles of Point 2 Click Profits with and without Ferrari

Photoshopped Ferrari….

Here's Charles and wife WITH…

… and WITHOUT his Ferrari. 

There's nothing like a little Photoshop magic when you're trying to scam someone.

I'm not sure about you, but I'm starting to get a bad feeling about Point 2 Click Profits… 

Is Point 2 Click Profits a Scam?

At this point, it's looking to me like Point 2 Click Profits is a scam, but all I can do is show you what I've found. There are a handful of red flags that I'm going to go over but I'll leave the final judgment to you. 

It's obvious the amount of money Point 2 Click Profits claims to generate would change your life, so just because I think it's a scam… I also want to be clear that my conclusions are only my opinions. 

I hope the information I've uncovered in this review will be helpful.

Now, I'm going to reveal some more “red flags” that'll give you a better idea of what Point 2 Click Profits really is.  

If what you've see so far is already enough to steer you clear of this thing, you can still make money online… just not with the push of a button.

If making money from home is something you need to do because of health issues maybe, or children to look after at home… a real online business is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

You can also make money doing surveys on sites like surveyjunkie.com  and swagbucks.com and although it's not the kind of money you can retire on a yacht with… these sites are free to join and if you've never made money online before, they can be a good place to start.  

Red Flag #1– Big Money With No Effort

Whenever someone says you can make big money with no effort, your “bullsh#t detector” goes off. If it didn't, you wouldn't be reading this review. 

Point 2 Click Profits immediately reminded me of 2 similar systems I reviewed called Money Sucking Websites and Website ATM

Point 2 Click Profits Same as MSW and Website ATM

Point 2 Click Profits – Website ATM – Money Sucking Website: (Same Creator?)

Now, I can't prove it… but I'm 99% sure that it's the same person speaking on all 3 videos. Of course, he is also using 3 different names. 

Like the fake Charles McCallister photos above, these other schemes were using fake photos as well. 

And of course… they all say you can earn Big Money with the push of a button. 

I'm pretty sure a technology that funnels cash into your pockets for doing absolutely nothing would be worth a heck of lot more than $47.00.

Point 2 Click Profits Price
Point 2 Click Profits Price

I mean… “Charles” is showing us screenshots of people making more than $10,000 per day. That's MILLIONS per year for doing absolutely nothing. 

If Point 2 Clicks Profits is selling for $47 and he is really only selling 500 copies (as he states firmly in his video)… that equals $23,500. 

Let's think about that for a moment.

For all of his effort – building this miracle “black box”… creating the website, the slick sales video and the payment page… plus hiring an entire support team (as he also mentions in the video)… Charles is earning a total of $23,500… MINUS all of his expenses. 

His support “team” would cost more than $23,500. 

So, Charles and his support team are doing ALL of the work for just $23,500 while YOU buy Point 2 Click Profits and push a button to earn more in 2 or 3 days, what he (and his entire support staff) earn from the sale of all 500 Point to Click Profit machines???

Does that make sense?

I must admit, it does NOT sound like a business plan of a genius who invented a box that spits out cash, but I've been wrong before. Many times…

Maybe he's just a nice guy, right? Maybe he's doing this to help the world…

… but if that were the case, wouldn't you want to give your black box of money to people who actually need it?

I mean… a new Ferrari would be nice but there are people who are starving in the world. People who don't have clean water to drink. 

I could be wrong, but I'd like to think if he was really just a nice guy, he'd give his invention to the people who really need it.

Anyway… the economics of earning “Big Money” with “No Effort” has never worked (unless you're a tyrant stepping on others to get to the top).

And, I doubt Point 2 Click Profits has finally solved the million-year-old puzzle of getting something for nothing.

Others, like Copy My Email System have also made that claim and as you would expect, turned out to be a scam. 

While it would be great to get something for nothing, if you're like me… you're probably not afraid of a little hard work as long as you eventually see the rewards, right? 

Making money online is not magic, it's just a series of steps anyone can do… but not many people do it because they're looking for shortcuts. 

If you really want to make money online, knowing the steps and how to get started is what you need in order to get what you want

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

Another way to make money if you're only looking for extra pocket cash is online surveys with market research companies like surveyjunkie.com. You can also earn money doing small tasks with sites like swagbucks.com

These are not “big money” sites but they are free to join and if you're not looking for an online “career” so to speak… they can be a good way to earn some extra cash in your spare time.  

Red Flag #2– False Scarcity

You must buy Point 2 Click Profits NOW because there are only 500 black boxes and they're going fast… or so he says.

False Scarcity Max 500

Why only 500? 

Because that's all the support team can handle and he doesn't want to train more people. 

Again, the economics of this don't make sense. How can he afford an entire support team if he's only selling 500 Point 2 Click Profit machines for $47? That adds up to $23,500 which would barely pay the annual salary of one employee.

And, if all you're doing is pushing a button… why does he need an entire “team” for support?

Another thing that makes his “500 Max Limit” sound suspicious is this…

Charles claims to be the person who started the 60 day guarantee. Before him everyone was offering 14 day guarantees or 30 guarantees… but now they are copying him. 

Wait! What? 

Let's forget for a moment the crazy idea that Charles McCallister of Point 2 Click Profits invented the 60 day guarantee…

If Point 2 Click Profits has been selling long enough that other people are copying his guarantee… at the very least we must be talking about several months, maybe even years. 

In all of that time he couldn't get rid of 500 machines that literally spit cash when you push a button???

I don't know about you, but give me 500 machines that generate instant money for doing nothing and I'll have every one of them sold before today is over. 

The real reason for the 500 limit of course is called “false scarcity”. It's to get you to buy NOW. Don't wait because they'll all be gone and you'll miss this once in a lifetime opportunity.

​Red Flag #3 – Fake Testimonials

We already know the pictures of Charles McCallister and his family are fake, but what about the other people shown in the video?

You almost have to admire the boldness of whoever is behind Point 2 Click Profits.

Right before he shows us fake pictures of a fake family, he boldly claims “like you, he is sick of seeing fake gurus with fake pictures”. 

Another bold moment is when he says there are rules and policies that require his screenshots to be verified as legit.

Verified by who?

Here's one of those screenshots with someone apparently named Benjamin Tinsman from Jacksonville, FL showing us his earnings…

Point 2 Click Profits Fake Testimonial

Fake Testimonial? Paid model below…

Here's another picture of “Benjamin Tinsman”…

Paid Model Used for Fake Testimonial

Obviously, this guy is not Benjamin Tinsman and who know where he's from.

If the claims being made by Point 2 Click Profits were real, I don't know why they'd use paid models and actors.

Red Flag #4 – He Invented the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee 

I'm not really sure if I'd call this an actual “red flag”, but I wanted to mention it because it had me laughing out loud… literally. 

Now… let me take a step back here and say again that my conclusions are only my opinions. I mean… who am I to say he's not the guy who came up with the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee?

He also said that others are now following what he is doing, but I'm not sure if he even knows what he's doing (as this screenshot demonstrates)…

Point 2 Click Profits Money Back Guarantee

He says he's the one that started the 60 day guarantee… but if you look at the bottom where the payment information is… he's only offering a 30 day guarantee.

This raises another “red flag”…

Red Flag #5 – No Contact Information

Based on the screenshot above, you might want to contact Charles McCallister and ask him what the actual money back guarantee is. Is it 60 days or is it 30 days?

But you can't get in touch with him because there is no contact form or number. 

We're talking about a business that claims to be responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue generation.

If we add up 500 machines that all make at a VERY MINIMUM, $500 per day… we get over $91 MILLION dollars a year. But some of these machines are apparently earning over $10,000 per day… so we're talking hundreds of millions of dollars, if not BILLIONS…

… and there's no contact information?

No board of directors?

Not even an email?

The Real Tragedy of Point 2 Click Profits

Have you even seen those “joke” lottery tickets? The ones where every one is a winner but when you flip them over and read the small print you find out they're fake?

My wife bought one of these and gave it to me once. (for the record… it was 15 or 20 years ago so I've had some time to get over it) 😀

But, I'll also never forget the feeling of scratching that ticket thinking we won $10,000 and then finding out it wasn't real. The minute my wife saw my excitement… she also realized what was about to happen.

She didn't laugh… 

Instead, her look said, “Oh Shit! What did I just do?” 

The very moment I finished scratching that ticket thinking we won, a mountain of weight lifted off of my shoulders. In my mind we had just won $10,000 and our bills were paid off and our credit cards were gone.

What a gift. What a relief!

My wife could see that mountain of weight lift off my shoulders… and then she had no choice but to watch it all come crashing back down on top of me.

That's the real tragedy of Point 2 Click Profits and other scams like it.

For a brief moment of time, they lift some of your biggest burdens off your shoulders and give you hope.

I know I've joked a little bit here about Point 2 Click Profit's deceptions…

… and I've been a little sarcastic about it too.

I've presented both facts and opinions in this review… but ultimately, if the push-button promises of this system lifted a weight off your shoulders, I apologize for being the messenger who is revealing the lies and possibly causing those financial burdens to come crashing back down. 

I tried to make light of the situation… but the way these schemes operate (not just Point 2 Click Profits, but all of them) is actually quite cruel. 

It's not the $47 dollars you might lose if you try it out. I mean…. forty-seven bucks is the cost of a few pizzas. It's the false hope and promises that can leave a lasting scar. 

Where Do You Go From Here?

Point 2 Click Profits in my opinion is like countless other scams that promise the world and deliver disappointment.

Depending on your financial situation, $47 might not be a big deal to give it a try but having reviewed hundreds of these kinds of products before, I've never found one that can generate real cash with the push of a button. 

There are millions of people every day looking for a system like that and if one ever pop ups, it'll either be front page news…

… or it'll be bought and buried in a vault somewhere so no one ever finds it.

Of course, I might be wrong so I'd like to make a request; if you ever do find such a system, please let me know because I'd love to have one too 😀

You can still make money online and change your life though. It might not be the luxury lifestyle that Point 2 Click Profits is selling, but you can wake up everyday and earn a living with your laptop.

I know it's possible, because I do it.

It's a little more than pushing a button but I'm sure whatever you're doing now to earn an income is tougher than pushing a button too. Making money online is 100% possible for you or anyone who's not afraid of trying something new.   

If you have health issues that are keeping you at home for example, kids to look after or you just hate your job and need a change… learning the basics of how money is made online and how you can get started is what you need to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

If you're just looking for some extra pocket money you can also do online surveys on sites like surveyjunkie.com or get paid to do small tasks like searching the web, watching videos and visiting websites with swagbucks.com

Of course, surveys won't make you rich but they are a good first step. For a more substantial income you have the option of starting an online business.  

I hope my review of Point 2 Clicks Profits was helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with this system, please share in the comments section below.

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14 thoughts on “Point 2 Click Profits Review – SCAM or Legit “Instant-Cash” Button?”

  1. Thank you for realty digging into this it really cleared things up for me, I should of wemt w my gut, I always say that always go w your gut instinct Nd I didn’t. Who gets that kind of money for doing absolutely nothing all day long seriously, do t get me wrong I’m all in itd be great if it actually did but it doesn’t just think about all the cold hard facts in this article and your isn’t the only one I’ve read so I’m pretty sure it’s a scam !! Thanks for the Insite.

  2. Thank you for investigating this and publishing your findings. I agree with everything you documented. It’s truly a blessing having people like you in this world. Keep doing what you’re doing.

  3. Hi – I agree with you Jay. I have been suckered into scams online a few times trying to find a legitimate job or side hustle. I also think it is the same person or voice behind at least 3 of these. I can say WITHOUT a DOUBT than website atm asks for the same minimal of 47 and says you do not have to build a website or anything like that however in the end- that’s exactly what they tell you to do – build a website using pre-populated templates they gave and products as well- PLUS you have to buy a domain name! Of course if you build more sites you will make more; right? So then they want more money for that!
    Only if the products you featured sell do you get paid. Very risky in my opinion. I hope I can find something legitimate- I do not mind working – as long as I get paid for my efforts! The last scam I fell for is one I hope I can share with masses on a platform somewhere soon Because I feel they are taking advantage of many people and now scared that I have been a participant! The scam is quality control for Amazon FBA. Basically in order for newly starting amazon sellers to get paid; this company will take care of logistics, repacking, etc. as well as provide a 3 rd party to verify the goods they sell are authentic and not a knock off product. I was contacted to review packages due to me being an active amazon prime member; they offered me the position the website looked legit and The Who/what/when/why/where all was explained. For the last month I have been reviewing packages for them sent via fedex and ups and then sending them back out to customers. I stupidly did this with dozens of packages and did not even consider holding on to the last package until I got paid- but I wish I had!!! Trying to login Monday after checking the card I had given them to get paid still having no funds. I was so ashamed and humiliated that I believed this bs for a whole month! I am not out much money- gas, time and purchasing a couple boxes to repackage stuff. The worst hit is my self esteem and picking myself back up to try again. ? I just hope every time I share this it helps someone!!! This company goes by different names so I will not warn people based on name however they claim to be a subsidiary of Amazon to this very day. I called Amazon to let them know. Called half a dozen times to only get one employee mildly interested. Unreal! Anyway, if you want details feel free to email me.

  4. Thank you when ever I get information about such as this. I investigate it only takes a few minutes. And information is always available. Thank you

  5. Thanks for this enlightenment, For I really could not see how this guy had figured out how to do this with Amazon, Seemed to be away too easy, and while Amazon is a generous honest company yet not stupid either to give away money for doing nothing! I am with Shopify, and I am not finding it that every easy at all! I need more money!
    But where did they get all the pictures of people agreeing with this scam, and telling their story!??

    These SCAMMERS needs to be stopped, because many people like myself are BROKE, We need money fast, I for one can no-longer work due to health and age. If this was real, we want it for sure! But if it is a SCAM, NO THANKS! So companies who they personalize should write to them and sue them for this! Maybe we should send this stuff to the real company! Jim McKinley

    • Hi Jim, thanks for sharing. I used to have a Shopify store as well and like you discovered it’s not easy. As far as the pictures that scams like these use, they can buy them (or steal them) from stock photography sites. They can also buy fake video testimonials from sites like Fiverr. It’s just part of the online world we live in and there’s a bit of a cat and mouse game played between the scammers and those of us who expose them. Unfortunately a lot of people only read the reviews after they’ve spent money on these things.

      I appreciate you stopping by and taking the time to read and comment 🙂


    • I’m down we should all stand together, I’m Bernadette by the way I just signed up the other day Nd CAMT EVEM get onto the site to make any money it’s a total scam I’m calling my Bank tomorrow AMD disputing the charges

      • Oh I’m sorry AMD I really loved your article people need to stop taking advantage of other people that are going through tough enough times that NEED that “QUICK FIX” Push button, but I had that feeling in. My gut telling me I knew it could t be real getting all that money for doing nothing but pushing a button. I just am in a situation right now I need something I’m willing to learn WHATEVR it takes I don’t have much money at all and I have to try to provide for my family I’m going to click on the link you put on your article and check that out,IT BETTER NOT HE ANOTHER SCAM! just kidding lol, no really haha but thank you for really digging into this I didn’t have time to look into it it was an impulsive decision I made and a stupid one at that, thanks again