Fast Income Pro is a work at home business opportunity created by Travis Johnstone. Fast Income Pro claims to give its customers all the tools necessary to successfully begin making money from home.
The work at home business opportunity offered by Fast Income Pro is likely a training course and tools meant to give you instruction in the field of internet marketing, though their sales page never confirms this. Internet marketing is probably the fastest growing home business field, making it both a worthwhile and incredibly competitive business opportunity.
The sales page for Fast Income Pro promises you a 5 step education program, 24/7 access to their support staff, personal coaching opportunities, and updating training materials.
The sales page of Fast Income Pro also spends a lot of time and effort on how simple and easy their program is to implement, and how quickly it will pay off. Travis Johnstone says he was able to quit his job within two weeks of using this system, and that you will be able to make money with “no special skills” and with only a couple of hours of work a week.
So What’s the Deal with Fast Income Pro?
Well, there are a couple issues worth pointing out with the Fast Income Pro program. First, selling your program as being something that everyone can make money with as long as they are willing to “do a little typing and button clicking” is likely to be problematic. People have different skills, abilities, time constraints, and money to invest in programs and acting as if all of that is irrelevant to success will likely open up Fast Income Pro to some criticism from their customers.
Also, the sales page of Fast Income Pro says that the program will cost you a one time fee of $97.00 with “no future payments, no monthly fees,” however this isn’t true. If you read their Terms & Conditions, you’ll see that you will actually be charged a one time fee of $197.00, $100.00 more than the stated price. After you are charged this initial cost, then you can apply your rebate or promotion. If you do not apply your rebate or promotion within 90 days, then it will no longer be honored.
In addition, on the Terms & Conditions page you’ll see that you are actually charged a monthly fee of $9.95. The first charge will be applied 15 days after you purchase the program, and will be repeated every 30 days afterward, until you cancel. Finally, you will see that there is no stated refund policy. You are welcome to cancel at any time, but there is no refund offered.
It is important to always read the Terms & Conditions to make sure you understand the policies and agreements you are making with any company before you buy their program. However, it does make me uncomfortable when the sales page promises one type of fee and payment program, and then a completely different fee and payment program are outlined in the Terms & Conditions.