Internet Profits System Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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The Internet Profits System, from TheInternetProfits.com, is a new work at home business opportunity which claims anyone can earn up to $87 an hour, with no prior experience or skills required.

Sarah Hunter, the spokeswoman for Internet Profits System, says that anyone can be their own boss, choose their own hours, and achieve financial freedom with this system. In addition, you can get started almost immediately.

The Internet Profits System provides you with the website, training, and support you will need to start earning money right away. And if you are unsatisfied with the money you are earning from their system, they provide a 60 day refund policy.

What is The Internet Profits System?

Unfortunately, like many work at home opportunities, the Internet Profits System does not fully explain what kind of business opportunity they are until you enter your credit card information.

This is a terrible policy and one that should generally raise red flags about the trustworthiness of any company. Before you give anyone access to your credit card number, you should know exactly what you are receiving in return.

TheInternetProfitss.com does say that you will be earning money from “selling products,” which implies that is likely a dropshipping opportunity.

What is Dropshipping?

Dropshipping is when you run a website which offers products from a dropship warehouse. These warehouses maintain large numbers of products, which they will ship out for you as you receive orders on your website.

This means that you don’t have to maintain inventory or pay shipping and handling costs. However, you must pay to belong to a dropshipping warehouse, and these fees can be hundreds of dollars a year.

The Bottom Line

Internet Profits System offers a 10 day trial for $9.97. If you do not cancel at the end of 10 days, you will be charged a one time fee of $79.

However, before you purchase Internet Profits System, you would be wise to research dropshipping opportunities to see if they are really something you would be interested in.

It can be a complicated business that requires time and effort to get started, and you should know whether it is right for you before you begin investing your time and money.

If you're at OpportunityChecker.com because you are looking for a way to make money online then check out our article "7 Ways to Make Money Online" - methods that anyone can use to earn an income from home.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Internet Profits System " is 1.52 out of 5 based on 31 reviews.
  • when I started out attempting to contact the owner the run around began and never stopped! The "other" that was put into the suggestion box didn't fit any title, I typed disabled and wanted to email directly. Answer they had one, it was listed but you couln't click on it.

    Needless to say I googled, looked, utube, needless to say I found him but as always his contact info was the same contact as on every other video, his ads, etc.
  • I unfortunately bought into this profit.org

    Scam from the get go

    Claim a 30 day money back guarantee. I can't find a phone number, or on line site to contact.Please don't throw your 37.00 away.
  • Another Scam! No Easy way 2 make Big Money! Like this. Scamming People on the Internet! Needs to be OutLawed! & Banned! From Social Media.
  • I just got my call, actually watched 15 minutes of the BS..... I immediately googled reviews on this company. Please pass it on through social media to make everyone you know to be aware. Mine specifically targeted my city. And I know a lot of us are struggling. So with that being said. " When it sounds so good, you must know it's too good to be true".....
  • I received a message also stating that this is Sarah calling about your application online and that you can make $23 to $37 Amazon profit.org. This is a complete scam left on my voicemail calling from 318-299-1627.
  • My daughter and I got the same call yesterday. Mine was from Texas (254) 280-0288 and my daughter’s was from Kansas (785) 434-3342 but they didn’t even bother to give their name.
  • I got the exact same message in Alabama..hiring 23 in my area and pay ranging from $17 to $32 an hour..asked to go to amazonprofit.co.
  • I also received the 2 of the exact same recorded voice message. The one on 9/20/18 (213-568-4114, left a website address as amazonprofits.org. The 2nd one, the same recorded message (same voice, etc), came from phone number 850-842-5658, and website address left to contact or shop at was shoppersweb.org. I did not try them until recently due to a job loss. So here about 3 weeks later, although I figured they were scams, I tried to check into them. When I tried to check out either one of those websites, I was sent to a website that sold website domains. Interesting - doesn't sound like they keep the website very long either.
  • I received This Exact Same VMail today! Lol! Yes....What a Scam! (Identical to Alica's Post above from October 8th, 2018). Thank You Alica, AND Everyone who Shared!

    Luckily I went straight to this Website, and I was so Happy to see all of your Posts!

    Lady's name was Sarah, and Hiring the 23 People in My Area, And the pay was $17-32/Hour,,, Ha Ha!!!! The phone # she called from was: (706) 666-5167, a Georgia #.

    She said Job was Listing Products and Posting Reviews On-Line from Home. I was to Apply to: Amazonprofits.co. How did she even get my Info? I Never applied for Any type of Job On Line! Ugh! Thanks again to You All for Sharing! Let's All Stop This SCAM!!!
    • I just ignored a phone call with the same offer as Cindy received, limited to 23 people in my area. From Hawaii no less!. I have a caller ID on my phone so knew not to answer, however I let it roll over to voicemail, just as a lark.

      And it's sad to think so many people fall for this crazy crap.

      808-400-1522 is the number (shows Hawaii) on my caller ID.

      If that helps anyone trying to block these scammers or who knows who to contact

      at Amazon, but I'm sure they are already fully aware of the number.
  • Anyone who's actually been scammed and has the evidence please report it so we can get rid of these guys

    https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx/
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