Auto Income Profits, found at www.AutoIncomeProfits.com, is new website from spokeswoman Jennifer Smith which claims to have a proven system that anyone can use to earn up to $379 a day.
Auto Income Profits is promoting a link posting business, which is a particular type of affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is when you partner with another business to advertise their goods or services through posting links to their company online. If your link results in a sale for that company, then you receive a commission.
To get signed up for the Wealth Development Certification program, you just need to pay a one time fee that is currently $97, down from $297. Once you purchase Auto Income Profits, the sale page says that if you aren’t perfectly happy, you have 60 days to request a refund.
What to Know
The Auto Income Profits sales page says once you submit your payment, you’ll get immediate access to the Wealth Development Center, with clear, easy to read instructions that will walk you step by step through everything you need to know, so you can begin earning money immediately.
They even go so far as to say that within your first 60 minutes of working, you can earn more than you spent on the program itself.
But the truth is that link posting is much more complicated than they make it seem on their sales page. It takes a lot more time and effort to earn the type of money they’re claiming you will make than just an afternoon of reading.
Before you invest in any work at home program, it’s always a good idea to research the type of work you’ll be doing so that you have a clear understanding from an objective source.
First of all, Auto Income Profits claims to be the “world’s only” link posting certification program, but Reviewopedia regularly reviews other companies making the exact same claim, such as Income Institute Connect and Home Profit Masters.
But perhaps the most troubling aspect of the Auto Income Profits page is that all their informational links – Terms and Conditions and their Refund Policy – don’t actually take you to those pages. Instead they bring you directly to the checkout page.
And the checkout page references their refund policy as being a 30 day policy, not a 60 day policy as mentioned on the sales page. These kinds of discrepancies make a big difference, especially if you end up needing to request a refund.