Profit Glitch, found online at ProfitGlitch.com, says that they are a simple system that gives people a way to make money “as easy as 1, 2, 3,” without any previous knowledge or experience.
The video presentation on this website shows people with expensive cars, large yachts, and going on amazing vacations and explains that anyone who takes advantage of the Profit Glitch system will be able to have these things as well.
Though the video presentation that is promoting this product does not reference any cost to their members, other website’s have said that in order to be a member of this company you will need to pay a one-time fee of $97.
How Does Profit Glitch Work?
Unfortunately the Profit Glitch website and video provides nearly zero information about how this opportunity functions. They do say that their system took nearly three years to develop and will only take members three minutes to join and begin earning money immediately.
It is clear from their video that members will be able to earn money in two different ways. First, simply becoming a Profit Glitch member immediately causes you to earn money in an automatic way that will take no effort from their members.
Second, though, is simply being an affiliate of the Profit Glitch earning opportunity and promoting their opportunity to new people who will sign up as members. When you successfully sign up new members, you will earn a commission.
It appears that this company is actually promoting a Bitcoin mining opportunity. Their website is claiming that they will be paying their customers twice per week with profits that have been made through mining opportunities, as well as any commissions which are made through referrals.
There’s a couple problems with this company and their system, but the main one always is the concept of “doing nothing” and earning money “automatically.” There are hundreds of scams and unethical opportunities online at any given time making all these same claims and none of them are worth the time or the money.
Many people like to call these “get rich quick” scams, which they are, but this opportunity is a little different because the company is literally telling you almost no information whatsoever other than “give us your money and we promise you’ll make money.”
You should never trust a company that treats its customers so disrespectfully. Customers should avoid this program at all costs.