Profit Masters Academy Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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The Profit Masters Academy is not a new business opportunity; in fact it is simply an updated version of a popular Biz Opp that has been around for quite some time. There are several different versions of this course floating around and all are regularly updated with new names, URLs, and spokespeople.

This current version is found at www.ProfitMastersAcademy.com with Angela Bussio as the featured spokeswoman. The most recent version was simply called Home Profit Masters, as you can clearly see this is just a slight variation on the old course.

There are many different reasons why the owners and marketers of these types of courses frequently rebrand their product and register fresh new sites. In most cases it’s simple economics, given the nature of the aggressive marketing strategies and hype used to promote these products it’s only natural that these make money online courses generate lots of negative feedback.

As more and more customer complaints and reviews are posted online the revenue from selling the course naturally begins to decrease. Hence the constant need for revamping the sites under different names. This process has been repeated dozens of times and many people sign-up for the course completely ignorant of this fact.

So what is the Profit Masters Academy All About?

When you read through the sales page you’ll be inundated with a lot of deceptive sales techniques. Much of what you’ll read on ProfitMastersAcademy.com is a hyped up version of the reality that they are really selling you.

You’ll read about how Angela Bussio taught Katie Smith how to make money online simply posting links online for hundreds of companies. There’s even a neat little table that claims you can make $375 a day just by posting 25 links.

This is simply not the case; no one is paying you to just post links online. This is a very deceptive way of describing internet marketing, the practice of advertising and promoting products online through the use of affiliate links.

This is a burgeoning industry that many people have never heard of, and thus are way more likely to believe the hyped version of what it is versus the truth.

So is Profit Masters Academy a Scam or for Real?

The truth is that nobody pays you just for placing a link; the way to make money in this industry is to learn how to be a middle man between customers and vendors. If you can drive lots of internet traffic directly to offers you can make a commission when someone makes a purchase – usually 20 to 50 percent of the sale price.

So the concept of internet marketing is in itself not a scam and there are many people making a good living doing it. However it is not easy and takes a lot of hard work and learning the ins and outs of eCommerce and online marketing tactics.

Profit Masters Academy will provide with a website and some products to promote, but they don’t tell you upfront the additional costs associated with maintain a website and subsequently marketing it on the web through pay per click advertising.

The bottom line is that while you can make money with some of the methods taught by this course, understand that the reality is not anywhere near to the get rich quick – no experience necessary attitude that they take on their sales page.

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Average Rating for " Profit Masters Academy " is 1.19 out of 5 based on 115 reviews.
  • Somehow I got on these folks' email list, and have received several "variations" of the same pitch, always with a different "company" name. The details, such as how much I can make per week, also varies. The latest claimed $150 per DAY! Thanks to your site and others (including the Better Business Bureau) I never "took the bait" on this scam. It's funny how we taxpayers fund a U.S. Department of Commerce, a Federal Trade Commission (who's slogan is "Protecting America's Consumers" LOL), as well as various agencies in every state, yet these scammers always manage to flourish. I wish the DOC and FTC would put even one-tenth the zeal of investigating and prosecuting these frauds and the IRS does with taxpayers!
  • I have read all your complaints and comments. I do feel sorry for all the people that got scammed by this. Thank you, you have saved me from making a fool of me to sign in. I,too, was almost to give into this scam. I received a phone call later, and asked to give out my acct.#, I told them that I don't have an account, that I pay my bills with cash or money orders. I don't have any kind of credit cards (which is good), to me, is another bill to pay. So,needless to say, they said, if you ever need to earn money, keep us in mind (good luck with that guys).Once again, Thank you. For those that are thinking of doing this, DO NOT DO THIS!!! It will give you more headaches and regrets later on. So, if someone calls and asks your cc or bank acct., tell them, I have neither. Talk about disappointment in their voices.
  • Mary Stevens has also moved to CA in the Bay Area. I wish I could live in so many places at once like Mary does, don't you. When I figure that out I will be making the $8.000.00 a month also.

    Total rip off.

    Have You Ever Considered Working From Home Online?

    Mary Stevens from Concord , CA never thought that she would work online, until curiosity got the best of her and she ordered a course from Millionaire author Angela Bussio called Web Fortune Master Before she knew it, she discovered her secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for her family while at home with her three children.

    I read Mary Stevens blog last month and decided to feature her story in our weekly consumer report. In our phone interview she told me her amazing story. "I actually make a steady $7,000-$8,000 a month working from home online. It's enough to comfortably replace my old jobs income, especially considering I only work about 15 hours a week from my own home online. It gives me so much time to spend with my family."
  • What a joke, don't fall for it, folks! I saw this ad about Mary Stevens when I lived in Wadsworth, Ohio and it said she lived in Wadsworth. Then I moved to Kentucky and so did good old Mary! Then I moved to Toledo and I saw the same ad with the same Mary Stevens (exact same picture, baby and all)and now she lives guess where? TOLEDO!She must be following me around, right? THIS IS FALSE ADVERTISING. They should be able to shut these creeps down, so why don't they? I am thinking of a new business. Why don't we compile a list of scams like this and endeavor to contact people who have been scammed, by posting a website. If we get enough response, we will secure a legal team and file class action suits against all of them to get money back for people who have been scammed. We will make a profit, and be helping people out who have been duped. WE MUST FIGHT BACK!
  • Absolutely a SCAM. DO NOT sign up for this.

    This company needs be reported for fraud.

    They make money by tricking people to sign up for their program and then charge a monthly fee that they do not tell you about.

    Completely unethical.
  • This is a SCAM!!! When I came across this page, across the top in bold letters, it states, "EXPOSED: Dubois Mom Makes $8,000/Month And You Won't Believe How She Does It!". SO being that I am from the small town of Dubois, I continued reading when I came across this,

    "Mary Stevens from Dubois, ID never thought that she would work online, until curiosity got the best of her and she ordered a course from Millionaire author Angela Bussio called Profit Web System Before she knew it, she discovered her secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for her family while at home with her three children.

    I read Mary Stevens blog last month and decided to feature her story in our weekly consumer report. In our phone interview she told me her amazing story. "I actually make a steady $7,000-$8,000 a month working from home online. It's enough to comfortably replace my old jobs income, especially considering I only work about 15 hours a week from my own home online. It gives me so much time to spend with my family.".....and so on...

    It's all a scam people! There is no Mary Stevens that lives in Dubois, Idaho. PLUS if you haven't noticed, they only replace the name of the person and the location but the rest of the story is the same. I'm telling you this is a joke! I graduated with a total of 13 people in my senior class from DUBOIS, ID- I would know a Mary Stevens. If you don't believe me, grab the white pages, search Mary Stevens from Dubois, Idaho and you will see for yourself. "No listings available". Even the address that was blurred out on the FAKE check is way to long to read Dubois, Idaho and besides that 99% of the town has PO BOX's anyways. SO, be aware that this is all a scam. Don't waste your time or money!
    • Mary Stevens is also "living in a small town in Cheshire, CT and made the same $8,000. as the Mary Stevens in Dubois, ID.

      Who is this Angela Bussio chic who, apparently, has touted her TV and author status all over the website.

      Don't waste your time on these vultures!!
  • I just called and cancelled and the guy was like I refunded it he did it in like 3.5 second then said it will be on my bank withing 3 to 5 faux now III m scared he didn't do it
    • Can anyone give me the phone number to actually call and cancel? I'm getting really tired of them taking money out of my bank account each month for NOTHING!!!!
  • Was minutes away from placing an order. Thanks everyone.
  • Good Lord, how long will these people be allowed to continue stealing from the vulnerable among us? I paid the $97, and consider that a stupidity tax. When "Jake Hansen" and his "fiancé" got me on the phone, however, and asked me to pay an additional $11,000, I did some research, and discovered their affiliation with Ken Sonnenberg, and his brother Steve, who have been ghosting around this industry for quite a few years. Steve Sonnenberg was caught up in the whole Ivy Capital enforcement action some years ago. Ken Sonnenberg now runs Apply Knowledge Institute, which is billed as the "Coaching Department" for the scam being run by Hansen out of Idaho.

    I hope that all of you have done just a little research before handing over money to these vultures. Hansen is very slick, and will press you to sign his contract before you get off the phone. If, like me, you were lucky enough to defer, and do your due diligence, then you've probably discovered that this whole thing is a complete scam. If you were not so lucky, and have given these thieves your money, then file a complaint with the FTC immediately, and contact the Attorney General in your state, and in Idaho. It will take legal action to chase these dirt bags out of business.
    • I am glad I checked this site. I am out of work now, and I am looking for a way to make a living, at least partly, online.

      Thanks for the review.
  • thanks a lot i will not be doing this scam
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