This Home Profit Express review of red flags covers numerous parts of the sales process that you should know about.
Home Profit Express Offers A “Free” Consultation With A Search Engine Agent Advisor
This “free consultation” is actually the BIGGEST red flag for this product.
Here’s What WILL Happen When You Get Your “Free” Consultation
- A sales person or qualifier will ask questions to try to figure out how much credit and cash you have available
- They will:
- Either make promises to you that they can’t keep AND/OR
- Make things seem much easier than they are
- Then they will sell you training BASED ON how much credit and cash they have determined you have available…typically into the thousands of dollars, if not tens of thousands of dollars.
- They will make it seem like you can quickly recover the thousands of dollars that they want you to spend.
Summary Of Other Home Profit Express Red Flags
Home Profit Express Uses A Bogus “National Attention” Claim
The Second Page Of HomeProfitExpress.com uses the following claim:
“URGENT UPDATE: Recently this work at home opportunity has received
a lot of national media attention. All opportunities for this education program are filling up quickly. To secure an opportunity you must act now! See below for details…”
Right BELOW that they show a video from NBC that has NOTHING to do with them. In fact that video is commonly used by scam sites just like Home Profit Express.
Home Profit Express Red Flag #2) Security Seals Are NOT For Home Profit Express
The HomeProfitExpress order form lists a McAfeee security seal that is NOT for Home Profit Express – it’s for Plimus (a 3rd party payment processor/marketplace)…and Home Profit Express is NOT using Plimus for their product (Plimus doesn’t accept this type of product).
Home Profit Express Red Flag #3) Headline #1 Used By Questionable Sites
The headline of the first page of Home Profit Express makes the claim:
“In The Next 90 Seconds – Gain Access To A Work-At-Home Opportunity That Can Earn You Up To $87 An Hour”
That EXACT headline is used by many of the WORST products you’ll find online.
Home Profit Express Red Flag #4) Headline #2 Used By Questionable Sites
The headline of the second page of Home Profit Express makes the claim:
“If You Can Spare 60 Minutes A Day, We Can Offer You A Certified, Proven And Guaranteed Home Opportunity To Make up to $379/Day From Home!”
Again, a HUGE red flag – another headline used by most of the worst sites that have generated thousands of complaints of false advertising in the past.
Home Profit Express Red Flag #5) Bogus Income Projection Table
Home Profit Express showcases a table to try to make you think that you can make great money just by posting links. The problem is tables like these aren’t based in any sort of facts. Here’s the problem and why tables like this are bogus: the only manner in which you get paid in a system like Home Profit Express is if a person finds your link, clicks on your link, and then takes an action such as purchasing product, completing a kind (such as completing a comprehensive coverage quote sort that will certainly permit an insurance company to follow up with you).
Here’s where the Home Profit Express scam comes into play: just because you PLACE an ad containing a link, does NOT mean you’ll get paid from doing so. In fact, most of the time you WON’T.
Red Flag #6) Testimonials That Potentially Violate The FTC’s No Safe Harbor Guidelines
On the second page of Home Profit Express there are testimonials about income earned:
- “Alfred A..” claims, “I joined the education program in January and I have already made over $17,000.00.”
- “Joshua R.” claims, “I have sold in 2 months over 200 hundred items and made over $4,437.00.”
These At HomeProfitExpress.com testimonials potentially violate the FTC’s recent No Safe Harbor Guidelines concerning the use of testimonials. Those guidelines state:
“…the use of a disclaimer such as “results not typical” is no longer a safe harbor for the claims made in testimonials. Third, while you may use atypical or best-case testimonials, if you do, you should clearly and conspicuously disclose the generally expected results consumers can expect in the depicted circumstances. Of course, the best practice, and the less risky practice, is to use testimonials that actually reflect what your product or services is likely to deliver. In other words, rather than run ads that give with one hand but take away with the other, it would be better for your ads to give a clear picture of the results a consumer will actually get.”
Home Profit Express Red Flag #7) JoAnne Adamson Is A Stock Photo
In case you hadn’t noticed, you should realize that Diana Thompson is a made up person using a stock photo. Click here to see the Stock Photo Home Profit Express used.
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