Hello and welcome to my Website Profits Pro Review.
You’re probably here to find out if Website Profits Pro can help you make money online, right?
Work from home opportunities (whether for a business or a job) really do sound appealing. And they sound even better when sites like Website Profits Pro say you don’t need to do anything at all. With just the push of a button, you can earn $500 per day.
That’s $15,000 a month!
I know $500 a day can buy a lot of things, especially peace of mind. And we all need peace of mind. But can you really earn that kind of money for doing pretty much nothing at all?
In this review, I’ll help you find out if this “automated system” is for you, how it works, and most importantly… whether Website Profits Pro is legit or just a scam. I must admit, my first impressions are not good. This looks to me like some other so-called “automated systems” I've seen before.
And those turned out to be scams.
So let's dive deeper and find out if Website Profits Pro is real. Here are the topics I’m going to cover:
- What is Website Profits Pro?
- Is Website Profits Pro a Scam?
- How Does it Work?
- Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About Website Profits Pro
- What I Don’t Like About It
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Website Profits Pro. 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 apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info
What Is Website Profits Pro?
Based on Website Profits Pro’s sales page, it's clearly a get-rich-quick scheme.
If you’ve seen their sales video, you know the guy is talking about $500 per day for doing nothing. He can call it whatever he want, but this things has “get-rich-quick” written all over it.
Your only requirement is apparently entering your name and email on their site, and you’ll be on your way to financial success.
Easy peasy! What could go wrong, right?
Well, first of all, please know that the guy in the video is not the creator of the product. The supposed-to-be founders of the product are Calvin Carson and Jesse Larrow.
You won’t see Calvin Carson and Jesse Larrow promoting their product, though. In fact, I can’t even find them on the internet. While there are people with those names, they don’t seem to be connected with the Website Profits Pro product.
Anyway, once inside, you’re supposed to be given a copy of their system which makes them tons of money each and every day.
If Website Profits Pro sounds like a pile of BS, you're not alone. It's starting to look that way to me too.
Typically, the “easiest” way to make money online is with something like online surveys. And while they don't pay anywhere near what Website Profits Pro claims to pay, sites like surveyjunkie.com and inboxdollars.com are at least legit.
You will not get rich doing online surveys of course, but they are traditionally what we're talking about when we say an easy way to make money online.
I wish it were that easy – to push a button and make $500 a day (I'd be doing it too if I could), but the only way to consistently earn that kind of money online is with an online business.
You may be at home because of difficulties with your health for example, or young ones to look after. A real income from home is what you want.
With all the false promises and get-rich-quick schemes though, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
Is Website Profits Pro a Scam?
In my opinion, most (if not all) get-rich-quick schemes are a scam. For this one, I’ll let you decide for yourself if Website Profits Pro is a scam (or legit) by giving you the red flags…
Red Flag #1 – Fake Founders/Creators
I already mentioned above that I can’t seem to find Website Profits Pro’s founders on the internet. This is a huge red flag because legit product creators usually have an online presence.
But not just online. They claim their product is “as seen on TV”.
Let's be clear. What they are saying is they have a push button system that will flood your bank account with $500/per day, which is nothing short of a miracle. There are places in the world where that kind of money would literally save lives. Not just change them… but save them.
According the World Bank, as recently as 2015, a full ten percent of the world's population survives on less than $1.90 per day. Just imagine how many lives a fully-automated $500 per day automated system could save? No effort and no experience.
Surely the creators of such a miracle would be known to someone, right?
And they take it a step further. Calvin Carson and Jesse Larrow apparently want to give it you free, as a gift…
And yet… when you type their names into Google, you’d think it would be easy to find results that tie them to the creation that would go a long way to solving global poverty.
But you find nothing. Nada!
So in my opinion, Calvin Carson and Jesse Larrow (as the creators of Website Profits Pro) are fake and non-existent.
Red Flag #2 – Fake Testimonials
Testimonials are always convincing proof that a product works and that it's legit.
But Website Profits Pro's testimonials are fake.
These people in these testimonials who claim to have found financial success with Website Profits Pro, have also found it with other scams (um, I mean systems).
They are also found on Fiverr as paid actors.
Note that these people are not connected with Website Profits Pro (or the other sites where their images are found). They are simply actors/video spokespersons from micro job sites like Fiverr.
It's not fair to blame them.
They may not even know how their services are being used by their clients and although it's not exactly ethical what they're doing (providing fake testimonials), they are also not getting rich from doing them.
Most likely, they are just trying to keep a roof over their head, food on the table, and maybe pay their school tuition fees.
The red flag here is that EasyKits.org has lots of reviews on the internet as a scam product.
Red Flag #4 – Terms and Conditions
Their Terms and Conditions say they’re connected to an entitity called Markenark.
I can't say for certain who or what Markenark is, and I really don’t know what their connection to Website Profits Pro is… but it's clearly important enough to include in their terms and conditions.
And, if it’s the same as Markenark Holdings, they are asscociated with a bunch of other online scams such as Facebook Bonanza (who also claims to have been seen on TV).
Red Flag #5 – Easy Cash on Demand
One of the items on their Terms and Conditions include a membership subscription to Easy Cash on Demand. Again, I think they copied this from the Easy Cash on Demand site and forgot to change it to Website Profits Pro. Easy Cash on Demand is another online scam that has already been exposed by a lot of reviewers.
Red Flag #6 – Copyright MSW
If you look at the bottom of their sales page, you’ll see it says: © MSW: All Right Reserved. This is in reference to another scam by the same creators (the real creators, not Calvin Carson and Jesse Larrow) called Money Sucking Website (MSW).
Also, the image below also shows that it says MSW on Website Profit’s Pro tab…
Again, I think it’s safe to conclude that the same people are behind both of these sites. And Money Sucking Website (MSW) is indeed a scam.
Red Flag #8 – False Scarcity (8 Positions Remaining in Your Area)
Scammers have a lot of tricks up their sleeves and one of these is fake scarcity. You can see them playing this trick right now by making you believe that only 8 slots are remaining for you to get in.
You can refresh the page, or come back tomorrow (or the day after that) and you'll see the same fake countdown.
Scarcity doesn’t always mean a system is a scam, but when it’s blatantly fake like this one… it's a serious red flag. They need you to hurry up, make a decision, and not to leave the page.
The last thing they want is for you to open a new tab and search for a real review like this one.
Red Flag# 9 – $500 Per Day…
This is such a lie! Just think about it, could a newbie easily earn $500/day just by pushing a button? If you’re like me, your gut is telling you it’s too good to be true.
As mentioned earlier… a system like this, if real, would go a long way to solving global poverty. And yet they are virtually begging you to try it…
Why are they so desperate here? I mean… they say they are giving you the “gift” of five hundred bucks per day, followed by “please don't go… we're begging you!”
Okay, maybe those are not their exact words, but they're not far off.
Red Flag #10 – Checkout Countdown Timer
What's going on here? One minute they are desperately begging you to stay…
… the next minute you're being threatened with a countdown timer 😀
I let the timer run down to 00:00:00 and nothing happened.
And just in case the timer isn't enough, you are warned there are only 2 spots left.
But wait… the spokesperson in the video said you’ll be getting the system for free (a gift remember). But once you get inside, you’ll need to pay $47 to access the membership area.
What?!? Red flag! Red Flag!
Red Flag #11 – As Seen On TV
I mentioned this briefly above, but it's worth pointing out again as it's own red flag because it's such an outrageous claim.
In an attempt to gain your trust and create the illusion of credibility, their product presentation makes it appear as if Website Profits Pro is one of those As Seen On TV products. However, since we now know that they’re lying (again), it just makes their entire scam even more suspicious
So… looking at all those red flag, is Website Profits Pro a scam? I think you already know how I am going to answer that question!
You'd be far better off getting started with something like an online survey site which is free to join. You can make money with market research companies like Survey Junkie (who pays you for your opinion) and Inbox Dollars (who pays you for doing small tasks online).
These of course do not provide “passive income” and money won't be pouring into your bank account while you're walking down the beach, lol. But they are a legitimate start.
For something more significant, an online business may be what you're looking for.
Making money from home might be something you need because of medical issues, children to look after, or maybe you're just tired of working for a boss.
If that’s the case, knowing how (and where) to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
How Does Website Profits Pro Work?
Of course, the way Website Profits Pro is supposed to work and the way it really works are two different things.
Let’s see… Website Profits Pro is to supposed to work by pushing a button (I’m guessing this is a magic button) to make you earn $500 per day.
In reality, what they are suggesting is that they'll give you ready-made affiliate websites that pay your commissions when someone buys something through one of your links.
In principle, this is a legit online business. In fact, more than half of the websites you visit in a day are most likely affiliate websites. Online influencers and even famous speakers, actors and athletes commonly share affiliate links online to products they recommend and they earn commission from them.
So affiliate marketing is 100% legit.
However, what Website Profits Pro is not giving you is an audience. Traffic to your website. Nor are they giving you a unique website that would allow you to stand out and be different.
In other words, all the ingredients you would need to actually make money are the exact ingredients Website Profits Pro DOES NOT give you.
What Are They Giving You?
Remember how they made it seem to you that what they’re giving you is free? A gift?
As you become more and more interested (who wouldn’t be interested in a $500 per day promise?), they then require you to pay $47 to access their secret button (the one you push to make $500 per day).
Once inside, you’ll find that what you're getting are training materials that are outdated (and no longer working). These are PLR (Private Label Rights) products and they’re cheap and easily bought on the internet (you can get them at Fiverr for $5 or access literally tens of thousands of outdated ebooks, courses, videos etc. that teach this stuff for as little as a hundred bucks).
Private Label Rights are products where the owner/creator can no longer make money from them as stand alone products, so they basically sell you the rights so you can re-market them yourself. In most cases, these end up as “bonuses” to motivate you to buy another related product.
For a hefty upsell price… they may also sell you a ready-made website you can use, which is good, if you can monetize it. However, it's the same website everyone else gets (who buys the hefty upsell)… and most importantly as mentioned earlier, they’re not giving you traffic.
And why would they?
If they already had a website with enough traffic that it was generating revenue, the last thing they'd do is give it away.
And, the ONLY way they would sell it, is if the price they were getting was greater than the potential revenue it would earn.
In other words, a $500/day website that makes $15,000 per month… is worth at the very least, $15,000.
In fact, established websites often sell for 20 times what they earn per month. So a website that earns $15,000 per month is potentially worth $300,000!
And Website Profits Pro wants to give you one as a gift (or $47)?
I don't think so…
Think of it this way. If you owned a business that earned you and your family $15,000 per month, would you give it away?
Would you sell it to a stranger for $47?
Of course not. What Website Profits Pro is suggesting is ridiculous.
So not only are they not giving you a money making website, they are also not providing you with real training to send traffic to your site. Sure, you’ll have your PLR articles and videos, but they really won’t help you much with traffic… So like I said, getting a website from them is next to useless.
And there will be more upsells. These will vary as they test different offers and price points, so I can't say for certain what (or if) specific upsells will be offered at the time you're reading this, but here's the thing…
Didn't this start out as a “gift”, and aren’t you supposed to make money by just pushing a button?!?
Website Profits Pro Reviews and Complaints
I wasn’t able to find any customer reviews on Website Profits Pro “yet”. Give it some time and they'll turn up.
At the time of this writing, their website is only a week old (from date of registration).
However, I want you to look at the screenshots below. These are comments from victims of one of their other scams called Website ATM. Website Profits Pro is a lot like Website ATM (and from the same creators) so these will likely be the comments and complaints you'll see in a few months time.
What I Like About Website Profits Pro
I like that their red flags are easy to find… and that's about it.
What I Don't Like
- Fake everything – Again, please refer to the red flags above. With all their fake information, they want you to believe that they can make you earn $500 per day. And then, after tricking you into believing them, they’ll charge you $47 to get inside where you’ll find even more upsells!
- I don’t like that they’re giving people false hopes, especially those who need money desperately. This is exceptionally cruel.
- I didn’t find anything about a money-back guarantee…
- Did I already say lies, lies and more lies?
Where Do You Go From Here?
I think the only people who can really make $500 per day (or more) from this product are the owners themselves.
Is Website Profits Pro a scam? Well, for the very little value they’ll give you for $47, I’ll say they’re far from being 100% legit. The red flags speak for themselves.
This product will appeal to most people, but it's nothing more than a typical get-rich-scheme. I would never say what you should or shouldn't do, but there is a significant risk of losing money (and time) just to see if it really works.
Website Profits Pro is certainly not for those who are looking for a legit online business. As it has been with it's sister scam sites, it's just another in a long line of schemes that gets exposed, runs out of steam or is forced to shut down, and then comes back again under a different name.
Be very VERY careful when dealing with these types of sites… instead of earning money, you’ll end up losing it.
Having said that, your search for something legit shouldn't end.
You might be a student in school or a single parent at home. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult, or maybe you're just sick and tired of the daily grind and desperate for a way out.
If that's the case, an online business is what you want.
With all the scams and schemes out there though, knowing how and where to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.
Sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars are legit and while they don't pay what Website Profits Pro claims to pay… they are a real way to earn some money. They won't make you rich, but if you've never made money online before, they can be a good first step to bigger things down the road like (as mentioned above) an online business.
I hope my Website Profits Pro as been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with Website Profits Pro, please share in the comments section below.