Automated Home Profits (www.AutomatedHomeProfits.com) is the latest version of a notorious home business opportunity. The sad fact is that this program incites so much negative customer feedback that the owners have to continually change the name and look of the website.
However, for those who’ve seen it before it’s fairly easy to recognize as they keep the same basic template. Automated Home Profits used to be called the Quick Cash Kit and is also using some elements of the Home Income Cash System sales page.
Take a look at the screenshot of the Quick Cash Kit, which is a rearranged version of the Automated Home Profits website.
The reason for all the customer complaints, hundreds on this site alone, is due to several factors. This program is sold using various deceptive tactics, the most notable of which is the infamous fake news article. They advertise a story about a young single mom who is supposedly using the Automated Home Profits kit to make a great living online.
These fake news articles make use of an IP reading script which tailors the “newspaper” to fit your home town, a shady trust building tactic which sometimes backfires on them when people from small towns realize that no such newspaper exists where they’re from.
In the past programs like Automated Home Profits were sold using a sneaky continuation billing scheme in which your small S&H payment automatically enrolled you in a high cost monthly subscription plan. But in this case they’re selling the program for a onetime payment of $9.97.
Now you should be asking yourself, why would someone who had a system for earning up to $375 a day, as they claim, sell it for only 10 bucks. The answer is simple: not only is that a completely made up earnings figure but they sell their program cheaply in order to get you in the door, after which they tell you that to really succeed you need additional hosting, software, coaching, and so on until you’ve spent hundreds of dollars.
Is Automated Home Profits a Scam?
I would not recommend that anyone buy this program, for the simple reason that they have to keep changing names and websites. If no one complained about this course then it would still be sold under its original name, with a list of real testimonials and not complaints.
The worst part about this company is with the brazen manner that they manipulate their customers. They barely make an effort to hide the fact that this is just a recycled course; they didn’t even bother removing the old program’s name from their disclaimer. They leave a trail a mile long and don’t seem to care.
The good news is that Automated Home Profits is being sold through ClickBank, a 3rd party payment processor which has a no questions asked 60 day money back guarantee. So if you have purchased the kit you can easily get your money back.
Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints
As soon as I signed up I immediately got directed to purchase websites wanting me to buy either the gold or platinum packages. Both of which are several hundred dollars more than what the girl in the first video told you it would cost.
When I decided it was more than I wanted to get involved with, I called up the CS number to cancel and to refund my $47. The agent on the other line was from the Philippines or India with an accent so strong that I couldn't understand her very well. I did understand her saying though that there would be a $25 cancellation charge. Something to do with occupying the spot on the website.
It was all Greek to me, but I then told her about the video saying that there was a 60 day 100% refund guarantee she said that she would escalate my complaint to the next tier. So there may be a refund of $47 I don't really know at this point. If you're thinking of doing this, my advice is to walk away. This has every indication of a non-profitable outcome. Every new page that came up was a selling suggestion i.e. if you buy this package you will have 200x the earning potential.
Unfortunately I did not read everything until AFTER I purchased their BS and it took me forever (about 6 weeks) to finally get a refund and when I did get my money back it was from my bank and not from this company.