Automated Home Profits Reviews – Legit or Scam?

 


Automated Home Profits
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Automated Home Profits

 


Automated Home Profits (www.AutomatedHomeProfits.com) is the latest version of a notorious home business opportunity.  The sad fact is that this program incites so much negative customer feedback that the owners have to continually change the name and look of the website.

However, for those who’ve seen it before it’s fairly easy to recognize as they keep the same basic template.  Automated Home Profits used to be called the Quick Cash Kit and is also using some elements of the Home Income Cash System sales page.

Take a look at the screenshot of the Quick Cash Kit, which is a rearranged version of the Automated Home Profits website.

The reason for all the customer complaints, hundreds on this site alone, is due to several factors.  This program is sold using various deceptive tactics, the most notable of which is the infamous fake news article.  They advertise a story about a young single mom who is supposedly using the Automated Home Profits kit to make a great living online.

These fake news articles make use of an IP reading script which tailors the “newspaper” to fit your home town, a shady trust building tactic which sometimes backfires on them when people from small towns realize that no such newspaper exists where they’re from.

In the past programs like Automated Home Profits were sold using a sneaky continuation billing scheme in which your small S&H payment automatically enrolled you in a high cost monthly subscription plan.  But in this case they’re selling the program for a onetime payment of $9.97.

Now you should be asking yourself, why would someone who had a system for earning up to $375 a day, as they claim, sell it for only 10 bucks.  The answer is simple: not only is that a completely made up earnings figure but they sell their program cheaply in order to get you in the door, after which they tell you that to really succeed you need additional hosting, software, coaching, and so on until you’ve spent hundreds of dollars.

Is Automated Home Profits a Scam?

I would not recommend that anyone buy this program, for the simple reason that they have to keep changing names and websites.  If no one complained about this course then it would still be sold under its original name, with a list of real testimonials and not complaints.

The worst part about this company is with the brazen manner that they manipulate their customers.  They barely make an effort to hide the fact that this is just a recycled course; they didn’t even bother removing the old program’s name from their disclaimer.  They leave a trail a mile long and don’t seem to care.

The good news is that Automated Home Profits is being sold through ClickBank, a 3rd party payment processor which has a no questions asked 60 day money back guarantee.  So if you have purchased the kit you can easily get your money back.

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Average Rating for " Automated Home Profits " is 1.26 out of 5 based on 113 reviews.

  • mxwayisi says:

    November 12th, 2013 at 4:54 am

    just google automated home profits fraud cases and all will tell.i was almost persuaded until i googled.

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    Viktor says:

    February 5th, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    I almost fall for that, good thing i called my friend that i have received an e-mail about that, and he said that he was hacked, he told me to Google it and i did. Thanks guys for the heads up :)

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    ma.nellyd.parducho says:

    January 2nd, 2013 at 8:53 am

    they are all liars, I need my money back, I tried to login but the link they give was not available.customer support of home profit connections please try to be human, put a stop to your dirty works.give us our money back

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    sepideh says:

    December 10th, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    please help me to find a number and cancel this :) I really need money back i have changed my windows so i have lost all the information on it please give me a number to contact them :)

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    Eric Eggers says:

    November 12th, 2012 at 4:00 pm

    If you go to the actual top jobs list at http://www.careercast.com/jobs-rated/10-best-jobs-2011, you’ll find that they replaced “Software Engineer” with their “Online Affiliates” in the “MSNBC” article.

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    mustangtjw says:

    November 12th, 2012 at 11:37 am

    Beware…..just had a robo email sent from a friend’s email address to find out he did not send it and his address list was apparently mined…can’t imagine anything but a scam would utilize a method like to get the word out…good luck folks…

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    Grant says:

    October 6th, 2012 at 2:21 am

    Well, well,well. I just got GOT, I think. Now seeing this review I think maybe this is a scam!!!!
    I went through the introduction, reading all the information and decided to join up. The initial offer was $49.95 but when I was exiting the site, the offer was reduced to $29.97, so I went ahead with the offer and paid with my credit card. I was then guided to my initial training session which tempted me with an additional VIP member offer for $99.97, which I declined. The same membership was then offered to me for $17, which I declined. I was then directed to a login page, to which I had’nt entered a user name or a password prior to this page , therefore, unable to login. That was the end of that. Can’t go any further with the training. ????????????
    In my attempts to obtain contact info for the company I came across this review.

    Now I will be contacting my bank to cancell the payment.

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    Tumbleweed says:

    October 1st, 2012 at 8:49 am

    To be honest when u really think about it, If
    the “home profit system”, has reached out to as many
    people as they say they have then everyone would just quit their jobs and work from home.
    Who needs that “commute.”? I almost got suckered into this
    scam until I checked out the ” availability ” for jobs
    in my area. One day it would say there was only 1 job left,
    and the next day it would say 2. Duh!!! SCAMMING!!!

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    Lee says:

    March 20th, 2012 at 11:44 am

    I signed up for the free training kit put my name address, and email. I submitted that but never gave them my credit card info. If i get the kit and do nothing with it will they still find away to charge me after the 14 days?

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  • Jess says:

    March 5th, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    Man, I too know better than this, i was on a govt site looking something up and noticed some of the words were highlighted in blue and underlined allowing you to click on them, so i clicked on the one thinking it would give me more info on the govt site, but instead took me to this “financial article” that talked about making money at home while posting ad links for companies… too good to be true. I actually thought it was legit till I did some research.. the good thing is my credit is expired and i haven’t renewed it so when i went to pay that is when i realized I hadn’t renewed it yet…. PHEW! So that gave me time to do some research which lead me here. Clearly it is a scam! thanks everyone for your comments it def. helps!

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    mike says:

    February 28th, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    extra income profits is the name of the new automated home profits or quick cash kit scam websites. don’t fall for this

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    marggy says:

    February 27th, 2012 at 4:14 am

    Thanks guys for saving from this terrible scam.I was just about to get started then my instinct led me to Google automated home profits and here I’m coming across all these reviews!they saved my money

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    Knows Better says:

    February 24th, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    I hate to add to the broken record of reviews. I just spoke to a gentleman at the 1-888-201-0028. I explained how I received an email as well from a friend whose computer was also hacked and I feel misled and your program is simply not for me. He immediately gave me an email address rosling2012@gmail.com and asked me to forward the email to him so they could get the problem resolved “they do not want their business solutions sold under false pretenses” it sounded as though he repeated that line a thousand times.
    I am a little worried about my refund on my cc. He said within 7-10 days.

    Has anyone received a refund?
    I usually always research heavily, I just trusted the source.

    I know better!!

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    anonymous says:

    February 17th, 2012 at 2:06 am

    It was foolish of me to believe the most easiest detectable scam. I made my first and last mistake. It was easy for me to believe since their website was sent to me via my trusted friend’s email address. I guess the website got their hands on his account as well. I now have to pay for my mistakes for consistently emailing them for my refund and to play phone tags with my card company. Hopefully they will not harass me through personal contact.

    They sugar-coated their product that even at your at most clear mind, I think it will eventually cloud your judgement. How terribly foolish am I…

    BE CAREFUL AND DON’T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE AS ME !!

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    Garrison says:

    February 8th, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    Once I made the purchases for their system something didn’t seem right when i call for the consultation, had to leave a message. That is when I googled them and saw everything wrong with the company. But what hooked me was the description of the business: going online and creating links to pull in business. First time a company described what their business was before you paid (a second time.) Most don’t describe anything!

    SO I went online to my banks website, saw the charges there only minutes after making them and 2 of 3 numbers did not work.

    The number that did work was 855-619-1684. The quickly took my information after finding me in their system and issued 3 Refund ID’s. that will show up in my checking account in 7 – 10 business days.

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    Zakia says:
    July 1st, 2012 at 3:21 am

    Did you call your bank or the scam company as I want to claim for refund too

  • Bruce says:

    February 5th, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    SCAM!
    Purchased the system, purchased the additional system, tried to set up the site (the sites they offer low-grade crap) and the information was not viable for download. I even believe the hosting sites they push are their own. I e-mailed them and the e-mail bounced back. When back to their website the next day and the site moved. Why would the site move? Why would the e-mail bounce back? Sounded good but I think I need to go to my bank and file a fraudulent claim against these charges and get my money back. Hassle and a waste of time and guess it’s true (again) if it sounds too good then it is. Good luck to the rest of you. I’m out of this!

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    Mad dog says:

    February 5th, 2012 at 1:06 am

    Come on people, does any one make $2800 a week working 14 hrs a week, well maybe Gates. Plus if I had a plan to make 100′s of thousands of dollars a year, I sure as hell am not gonna sell it for $9.95 if at all

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    rath says:

    February 2nd, 2012 at 7:25 am

    i paid and bought the program,its rubbish ,big scam .dont buy anything from extra income profits.

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  • Paralegal says:

    February 1st, 2012 at 12:04 pm

    Wow…you just saved me a lot of money…Wow…I thought this thing was a scam…but you just never know…You think people are honest and I got this lead from a friend who may not know the evil on the Internet today…Thank you so much for having this site for everyone to comment…You still have to make up your own mind about what you’re going to do in life with anything…although it helps a lot when you can read other peoples comments…wonder if these comments are from real people…how will you ever know???
    thanks again at any rate!
    Steve W.

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    so angry says:

    January 31st, 2012 at 2:14 am

    i really need my $98 back guys any help. i should have done a little research first. don’t be like me guys. thanks for all your reviews…

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    rusty says:

    January 10th, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    I too was struck by advertisement, anyway, I waited a few days,then got a lengthy call back about mentoring, then another call for wife and I, they never asked for more $$$$ yet, the more I thought about it, while (He) was on the phone, I got thru the 1-888 number and asked for a refund, the lady granted it to me with confirmation #s, just called credit card carrier, it has arrived back in my acct, so got my money back and told them internet work not for me, stay with what I’m good at,digging ditches…be careful out there, enjoy life the best way you can

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    oneaway says:
    February 7th, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    I am in the same boat, also received the ‘mentoring call’ and was told to call Customer Service and request a refund. The # they gave me was “not in service”. I tried variations, but to no avail. Do you happen to have the #? Many, many thanks.

    so angry says:
    January 31st, 2012 at 2:12 am

    i too just purchased 5 days ago approximately $98 and just got a phone call from a mentor. how do i get the refund. any help, can’t believe i fall for this like all you guys. don’t be like me, i should have done a research but too late now. thanks for all the good comments here. i need to get my money back.

  • Wig says:

    January 5th, 2012 at 11:00 am

    If this company was based in Belgium, these guys probably already were in jail…
    However, they make money on blind believers. And the USA is the biggest nation of blind (and fanatic) believers on earth…

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    marcella says:

    December 27th, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    I wish I would have read this – as I just paid the money to start. It will not let me even log in to get started. From the get started page I finally, after clicking their support, time after time, came up with google search and clicked on it and found all of these very negative testimonies. I am going to call my credit card right now and stop this transaction. Thank you everyone for the enlightenment.

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    Heather says:

    September 8th, 2011 at 9:24 am

    I was looking at the one shown on Consumer News, It’s called Automated Home Income which I’m pretty sure is the same one. But if you actually read everything on the page it pretty much says that the stories are not true and then when you type in an email address, which I just made one up, it let me right in. Another red flag right there bc an actual website would know right off if the email was real. They charge you for just the shipping and handling and claim that the product is free and you get a 14 day risk free trial and 90 days to get your money back. Well, right under the enter button it says “shipping and handling none refundable.” Just read every little piece of info they have and don’t let yourself get scammed :))

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    Mahaveer singh says:
    December 7th, 2011 at 9:01 am

    Yes HEATHER is right.

    i also guessed any email address, it allowed me to go striaght in, infact the phone no i entered was also fake, it allowed me in and gave me access to create my account. without verification,,,,,, strange!!!!! there availaibility report will never be negative which proves itsa total scam. dont waste your money in these. making money hard way is the real money.—- beware of these sites, any money transaction site will not use http ://sitename,in their address instead it should use https:// ……. even https:// is also not a gurantee.

    dont go for these home profit sites.—-Mahaveer Singh bhati

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    citizen1000 says:

    September 2nd, 2011 at 3:16 pm

    Thank you everyone. I listened to the advertisement on TV while on vacation. I have a career and I thought an extra income on the side would be wonderful. However, based on everyone’s review, I am definitely convinced that that is a SCAM with no doubt about taking our money and providing no refund and no future income to gain from the product.

    It appears that there is actually no 60-day refund policy, but rather the company thrives on a “NO REFUND POLICY”. The moment you make the transaction to purchase the product, the NO REFUND POLICY is activated.

    MY best advice is: Don’t do it. This is a scam! Keep you money. Report this Scam to proper government watchdogs.

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    James Roberts says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 5:35 pm

    I love people that call it a “scam”. Did you get your books? Did you get what you paid for? Then you didn’t get scammed. The better question is did you read it? If people are honest they did not. Money doesn’t fall out of the box when you bought it? Are you just being lazy? You probably bought the book with the wrong idea that you could sit on your butt and make money. I’m no millionaire but everything I was promised is there, no scam

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    flyonthewall says:
    December 8th, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    Haha another one of those high hope person wishing for a bigger and greater life… I think when it comes down to laziness I would say its the person sitting in his chair with his face pressed against the computer trying to make money sounds pretty lazy to me… But anyways I am going to go work, actually using my body muscles, and fix the planes that people depend on to get them from city to city, state to state and country to country… Have fun with your money making schemes James;-D

    Bala says:
    December 7th, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    Can be give ur name & blog address pls

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    john says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 2:52 am

    If the advertiser is soooo rich, then why does he need to bother with the infomercial? Think about it. LOL :-(

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    nick says:

    August 10th, 2011 at 11:06 am

    SCAM ..YES i bought it..they wont reply to get my refund and no its passed 60 days so they most probably wont give me a refund even though i applied for it just after a month. There’s not even a site to find when you search auto home profits on google.

    So stupid of me i know, WARNING TO ANYONE THINKING OF DOING THIS, DO NOT. You will be continually charged from your account, as i paid my credit card ( which is a guaranteed source of payment) i constantly debited each month.NO I DIDN’T CANCEL MY CARD & MY BANK SAYS MONEY WILL BE TAKEN FROM YOUR NEW CARD INSTEAD,,, i have gone through a refund through my bank but auto home profits takes the money and i get it back from my bank.. apparently they will stop taking my money in a couple of months…

    P.S YOU WILL GET PHONE CALLS SAYING TO GET STARTED YOU WILL NEED TO SPEND A MINIMUM OF AROUND 140 quid for them to make you a website … and if u want all three websites guess what X3 BIG SCAM PLEASE DON’T FOLLOW MY DUMB ASS MISTAKE

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    Sonny Watson says:

    August 5th, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    They hacked into my E-Mail list and sent their crap to everybody.

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    marv says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    joined a few weeks ago and surprisingly if i followed the link they gave me upon registration they asked for more money..paid $12.99.was so stupid to fall into the trap. just contacted plimus for a refund and i hope i will get my money back.at least once beaten twice shy..SCAM SCAM SCAM!!!!

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    oneaway says:
    February 7th, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    so, who is plimus?
    i definitely need a refund!

    Tareq says:
    February 6th, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    Hey ..i did the same but i think they will start taking more money every month ..how can i stop it ?

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    Krystine Brewer says:

    July 11th, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    They are now trading as Monthlywebfee.com. I have just tried to contact them using their contact form on the website and I get undeliverable mail messages back to me. I have had to cancel my debit card in order to stop any further payments being taken from my account.

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    Alastair says:

    July 7th, 2011 at 9:28 am

    I’m glad I read this, I was a student at the time I signed up to Auto Home Profits and pretty hard up. I paid the money but due to the amount of work for school I shelved it till vacation time. I received a call from a representative who was pretty pushy about getting me to fork out more money and get started…I didn’t..Since that day I have received email after email after email..I have unsubscribed probably 5 or 6 times with no effect. Eventually I got another call to which I was very blunt to the guy. I still get the emails but I’m glad I didn’t take it further and this article has convinced me I did the right thing. I consider this little financial mistake to be the cost of a lesson in life. My friends are still laughing about it and now I have finished studying I have a great job doing something worthwhile :-)

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  • roco sigfredi says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 8:56 am

    Thanks awfully! I am in a dire situation and I was about to join in. Now I know what to do!!!!!

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    Lewis says:

    June 17th, 2011 at 6:49 am

    thank god i read this review. almost went for it just now.

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    Sharon says:

    June 8th, 2011 at 3:55 pm

    This is a big scam and would recommend you have nothing at all to do with this. I thought it was too good to be true but i was bored, jobless, and curious so i thought i would see for myself what it’s all about, all i have had is endless phone calls from the company bugging the life out of me asking me to upgrade to get more software. Please don’t be fooled like i was.

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    Belinda Berwick says:

    June 6th, 2011 at 6:04 am

    I signed up in Jan. When I realised how much work was involved, which you don’t find out until you’ve paid about 100 quid and read masses, I thought it really wasn’t for me. I therefore asked for a refund…via their suggested email route. I heard nothing. I chased. I heard nothing…all I got was “holding” emails from their support department – I use the word support lightly – saying don’t keep emailing as it slows the process down!

    Three months later they actually replied and as this was now outside their 60 day refund policy, I am not entitled to a refund…and they WILL NOT budge. Even though I made my request in January within the 60 days…do not touch them with a barge pole!! I am being penalised for their dreadful customer service.

    Belinda

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    Micky Cooper says:

    June 1st, 2011 at 2:24 am

    I had a sneaky suspicion this wasnt a genuine opportunity – When I also posted a comment on their “forum” which wasnt added and now all the comments there (false I suspect) have been updated with todays date !! thanks

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    Brenda Sheffer says:

    May 6th, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Someone hacked in to my e-mail account and sent an e-mail, under my name, to most of the people in my address book. They appeared to eliminate the people that had the same last name as me. The link sent them to a website for this product. Since the e-mail appeared to be from me and the person is unemployed, they thought it was legitimate and purchased the product. Thankfully, they contacted me and I told them to stop the payment. I have notified everyone else, but am deeply disturbed. How do legitimate companies process these payments? Do they not have any legal liability? When I tried to click on the link, my spyware program warned me not to open it because it was from a site that was known to distribute viruses or was a scam.

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    Jesse says:

    April 28th, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    First off – if you look at the top of your screen, in your internet browsers address bar you will see (on the webpage where you would enter your credit card informtion) there is NO “https” which means it is NOT a “safe site” for entering your credit card information. If you do not see the “https” you just see “http” – DON’T EVER ENTER YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION EVER! This was my first clue to this being a total scam at $47.00!!!…thank God I didn’t fall for it! BEWARE people…beware!!

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  • JerryT says:

    April 27th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    It is a scam and Jerry T will continue sending you spam, long after you have canceled and received your money back.

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    Deann Jones says:

    April 18th, 2011 at 8:16 am

    OMG… cant believe i went with it hook line and sinker… desperate I guess. will take everyone’s advice and request refunds4 things i “purchased” – cant believe i went there. will update ya all on the refunds.

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  • Victoria says:

    April 11th, 2011 at 4:57 am

    Refund sorted! Phew:
    Dear Victoria,

    We hereby confirm the refund for Auto Home Profits – Limited Half Price Offer to you on 04/11/2011.

    Please see the statement below for further details.

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  • Victoria says:

    April 9th, 2011 at 9:44 am

    Paid the initial fee out of curiosity knowing that it was refundable. Now want a refund. Paid by debit card and “Plimus” handled the transaction.
    In the acknowledgment email from Plimus there is a link for refunds, so I clicked through.
    Wasn’t obvious when I clicked on the link and went through to the next page how to obtain a refund. From the drop-down menu I opted for “product didn’t match expectations” and added a note that this was a scam and to refund me ASAP under 60 day money back guarantee.
    Fingers crossed, I’ll update you…

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  • Patrick says:

    April 3rd, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    Best thing I have found to look for is the comments. Read them all and watch for problems. The site I was directed to had a post from Mark on Dec 14 2010 thanking Dennis for his post of his earnings statment. Problem is that Dennis didn’t post till Dec 30 2010. So either Mark is phsycic or it is a scam.

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  • Upset Man...HELP Please says:

    March 9th, 2011 at 11:14 am

    Hi people. It’s me again. Yesterday, I was silly enough to purchase that £23.96 product/service. Today, I called customer services of click-bank, who I must say, the gentleman was helpful, based in America. They have informed me that I will get my refund into my account £23.96 total. I asked whether it was a ONE OFF PAYMENT and they notified me that it was the case. I have learnt my lesson, thank goodness I didn’t go further into buying their ‘pro’ etc products. But anyhow, hopefully, as I have been informed, in the next, 3-5 days, I will get my money refunded…so just waiting on it….

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    Upset Man...HELP Please says:

    March 9th, 2011 at 5:13 am

    Hi all…please can anyone help? I was silly enough to sign up, usually I do not believe in these websites. But there was something about this, that made me, idiotic of me!

    The penny dropped for me, when they start asking to buy ‘Pro’ versions etc…then I googled…came across this website.

    I paid £23.96 only via debit card. Phoned up my bank today, told them about situation, but hardly anything they can do at moment, so it’s waiting game. But I want a refund back…so I emailed ClickBank.

    Is this £23.96…a one off payment? If not…IM CANCELLING MY BANK ACCOUNT!

    Please people…stay away from this Automated Home Profits! Stay safe. Never I thought I would fall for this..just hoping for the best.

    Thank you

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    my response to refund says:

    March 3rd, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    customer rep #=1-877-663-5057

    hope this will help those that gotten scammed” cheerz

    takes 7-10 days for refund

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  • anon2 says:

    February 28th, 2011 at 8:36 am

    I got scammed by something similar a while back and where they were going to direct debit my account regularly (small print – didn’t read – stupid, I know), anyway, once my bank/debit card statement came through it had a reference number for the money deducted. Don’t ask me why but for some reason I decided to try and phone the number by using the prefix 001 then the ref number or 001 212 then the reference number (one or the other worked), and I got through to a call center and demanded they cancel me, went through a series of clicks, got confirmation and it was all canceled. I had a cheap calling card to do it (001 is US country code prefix).

    Sounds weird, but it worked for me. Good luck. And for those of you so critical on this blog, shouldn’t be on the blog, it is easy to get scammed and especially when people are in need of money. So go pick on someone else, and hope one day it doesn’t happen to you as it’s pretty awful when it does.

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    almostsuckedin says:

    February 28th, 2011 at 8:17 am

    was literally typing in my bank card details when i thought it sounded too good to be true and checked for reviews… thank god

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  • sad skint girl says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 11:01 am

    Just want to hugely thank Jay for the clear information on how to get a refund from clickbank. I’d already emailed them. Thanks to you I’ll hopefully get a refund. If you hadn’t given such detailed instructions i would have never worked it out. THANKS JAY!! :)

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    sad skint girl says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 10:54 am

    Gutted…absolutely gutted to have been sucked in. I’m always so careful and read everything twice! Been looking for some work i can do from home on an afternoon because i have a very physical part-time job in the mornings. Cannot believe i actually fell for this!! Wish so much i’d done a search beforehand and read these comments. Have just contacted clickbank for a refund…watch this space. I don’t have much money, i wish there was some way of legally and safely working from home :(

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    Becki says:

    February 20th, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    I have just reported this company to Consumer Direct. I am disgusted that I found this Advert on Facebook. They are obviously a bunch of thieves!

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    anon says:

    February 17th, 2011 at 10:37 am

    Honestly how do people fall for this?!?? It has SCAM written all over it. Just remember one thing for any of those who have been bitten, get your money back through ClickBank or PayPal and then get a REAL job.

    Nothing worth having comes easy in this life. Even people who get x amount an hour for doing no work have done a heck of a lot of work before hand to set up a system that is UNIQUE. Get out the house and get a real job.

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    DeAnna says:

    February 17th, 2011 at 8:53 am

    I feel so angry reading all your comments that this company continues to dupe people into parting with their money in the hope of making money. Especially in this time of economic recession it is quite cruel that they prey on those who genuinely need a way to make money. But I suppose that’s the world we live in.

    It’s a good thing we have people like you writing reviews to warn people about these scams. For me, any advert that does not state what the job is, has no telephone number or contact details rings alarm bells. Thanks for your review.

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  • Akelahbc says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 7:13 pm

    Thanks to this site I didn’t spend £19.95 – thought it was probably a scam, nice to see I was right – thanks

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  • Jason Scott says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 5:38 pm

    Wow. Its so funny to see all of you guys complain about something you know nothing about. My grandfather once said to me Jason if you want to be a bum go hang out with a bum if you want to become an astronaut go find one to learn from. You guys the reason I say this is because you know as well as i do that none of these people who are complaining have never made money online so who do you want to listen to? people who are broke or people who know what to do? The reason I feel so passionate about this is because I have just completed there training and it has changed my life for the better. So quit listening to people who make excuses for why they are broke and use your own head.. Because it is imposable to make excuses and money at the same time. thanks for taking time to read this.

    Jason

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  • Sharon says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    I mistakenly sent £23.96 via paypal to this website yesterday & can’t cancel it because it showed the status as “completed” straight away, I phoned my bank today but they can’t do anything because it was paid by debit card so I need to contact either paypal or automated home profits but am struggling to find phone numbers for either, can anybody help me please? Thanks in advance

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    Angry man says:

    February 14th, 2011 at 11:35 am

    I raised a dispute with PayPal this morning telling them about the scam that is Automated Home Profits. They had already been in touch with the Home Website Center through Online Internet Marking following a call I made to their helpdesk last week and the money I initially laid out was back in my PayPal acount within an hour. It’s not yet made it’s way back into my credit card account but I reckon it should be there in a couple of days.

    People like this should be hunted down and made sure that they can never again run any type of ‘business’.

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    Sandy says:

    February 12th, 2011 at 7:36 am

    Glad I found out the truth before having another long phone call with a “mentor” – thanks to good advice from my son, I will be checking any future sites out on reviewopedia. Thanks to others sharing their experiences, I’ve applied for refunds – does anyone know how you delete your account with AHP and close the websites?? Thanks, Sandy

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    Sagar says:

    February 11th, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    I bought it and I might see some cash

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    george says:
    October 22nd, 2011 at 3:29 am

    hi i did the same thing they keep charging me for the same a mount 37.00 the bank gave me back the money and dam if those scammers did it again. I cange my card now i have to see yet, but i told my bank do not give any telemarketing money unless they here from me first . the money wasnt a whole lot but it was a birtday gift, i feel so raped. that’s what there doing to us TO ANY ONE THINKING OF BECOMEING A SUCCESS OVERNIGHT ….DONT GIVE YOUR MONEY TO ANY THING YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR LIKE I MEAN DID YOU EVER PAY YOUR BOSS TO WORK FOR HIM, LOLOLOL GET IT, I DO, THINK BEFORE YOU SINK .

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    Maree says:

    February 10th, 2011 at 4:37 pm

    Sadly I got sucked in by this unethical crowd. It took less than an hour to realize it was a scam so phoned my credit card company but it was too late, the money had already gone through.
    ClickBank were very quick to refund both lots of money paid through them but PayPal has been a different story. Because I paid via Visa it took several emails backwards and forwards before they could find an ID number. They didn’t send me the ID number so I could take the matter further, I emailed back requesting it but instead they said I needed to phone. I can’t afford to ring them on the other side of the world as it would probably end up costing as much as the $97USD paid. The biggest problem I have found dealing via email with PayPal is that you never get the same person twice.After seeing how many other people have been in the same boat and successfully had refunds from PayPal I will try once again to contact them.

    Another word of warning!!!! today Make-moneyreview.com and automated home profits have both emailed me about a stock trading robot called “reeves”. I smelt a rat so followed the links, surprise, surprise, the same guy used in home profits video saying how skeptical he was of that and how he now has earned a huge 6 figure amount for the week through home profits, is now also claiming he was skeptical of this program and has made money. A google search finds the usual blogs obviously set up by other poor fools who have been sucked in by this unscrupulous company. How can it be legal? what can be done about it? Google seem to be getting wise to them and shutting down some of the sites but not all. I am surprised Paypal would continue doing business with such an unscrupulous, dodgy, unethical trader.

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    mike larry says:

    February 10th, 2011 at 12:06 am

    lucky i read this first i nearly brought this scam

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    Angry man says:

    February 9th, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    Just thought I’d update you with some good news, Clickbank have mailed me to confirm that they have instigated a refund into my account this evening. I’ve also contacted my credit card company and they too have advised that they have raised a dispute for me in order to ensure I get everything back.

    How do people like this sleep at night?

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  • Nicky Ntumy says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    Thanks to God l referred to google first. Very thankful forthis page. I got suspicious when the website would not just let me leave in peace; asking me if l really wanted to leave the chance of making all that money (who begs anyone to make easy money anyway?. Secondly, why not let me know from the start that l’ll be making payments? The flaws just go on. Thanks for this website.

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    Angry man says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 11:27 am

    God, I feel so stupid and angry at being duped into this. I paid a sum to Automated Home Profits yesterday via ClickBank and another sum to create the websites via PayPal. PayPal were great on the phone and have informed me that they have put the payment on hold to ensure it can’t be got at by this scum and that I’ve to raise a dispute next Monday which they have offered to help with if i don’t get my refund within a couple of days. I’ve just sent an email to ClickBank asking them to also obtain a refund and their automated response informs me that they too have put a block on the payment so it can’t be taken and have asked the vendor to respond within 2 days.

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    ROBERT G HOPKINS says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    I have also been caught by these COWBOYS but not as much as everyone else by the looks of things,I was just going to upgrade to PRO but thanks to the good work by Google,and all your comments, I will now be getting in touch with Click Bank,Hopefully for my REFUND. So Thanks once again. CRAIG whats his name again. I would love to GRAB hold of him.

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  • Rob says:

    February 6th, 2011 at 5:03 pm

    Thanks folks, I bought the original idea, then started to have doubts when they kept sending me “great upgrades”. I waited a few days and got a call from Jared Carolin. I told him about the class action I started against StoresOnline here in Australia…he didn’t think I was suited to the work. Guess I now have to wait for PayPal/Clickbank to pay me back my funds. Cheers

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    ruth says:

    February 5th, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    thanks so much all for saving me my money–its so easy to be tempted isn’t it! But you’re all right–if it sounds too good to be true it’s because it is too good to be true!!

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    Bill says:

    February 5th, 2011 at 5:12 am

    I can fully understand that some people out there will fall for this type of SCAM, i know that when faced with total destruction of your life that you will grab any sort of lifeline you can. These work from home scams are just playing on people’s needs when they are in a desperate situation, i feel so sorry for those who fall foul to them. Please Google anything that you see that you think will end your days of misery as it will save you money in the long run. Good Luck to you all.

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    Rosemary Potter (Julia Balbilla) says:

    February 4th, 2011 at 4:47 pm

    It IS a scam please do not bother. Luckily I paid through payal and should get my money back. They are taking advantage of vulnerable people during the recession. PLEASE AVOID!!!

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  • Jas says:

    February 4th, 2011 at 6:10 am

    Has anyone actually ever made 1 sale?? i did the buy it as i saw it on a mates facebook….HAS ANYONE ACTUALLY GOT A SALE??

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  • zara says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 7:21 am

    i fell for it and just after i paid i started to feel uneasy about it. i rang my bank and asked them to cancel the payment but they can only try and reverse it. will be ringing paypal and hopefully that should stop the payment going through.

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  • jimbob says:

    January 27th, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    I’m so glad i checked first hopefully this will help others

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    Adrian says:

    January 27th, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    Thanks for this.

    I had just just looked at the geographic information for my IP address to find it was Woodbridge – about an hour an half drive away, but noticed the adverts on the site – ” Woodbridge Mum discovers how to make teeth white” and “Woodbridge Mum makes £77/hour online”. When clicked the later I found it is was Kelly Richards from London using Automated Home Profits. The adverts were different from yours but this has to be the same scam. So Thanks for the warning, and I’ll have a look at CWS.

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    Troy says:

    January 27th, 2011 at 11:40 am

    If it sounds too good to be true then it usually is…

    Wise up people and keep your money!!

    If people had a way of making lots of money they wouldnt share it with the public online would they…

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  • Graeme says:

    January 25th, 2011 at 4:22 am

    I got gypped by this scam also. the increasing discounts as I rejected upgrades gave it away… thats a scam in itself. Inscrutable activities!!

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    Helena Murphy says:

    January 24th, 2011 at 8:43 am

    Guys – any help would be very much appreciated. I signed up for the home profits scheme and being even more stupid I paid the additional £89 for Dotcom Marketing. I have since had the initial £23.96 refunded as per some comments via this site – however does anyone know whom I can contact to get the other funds returned??? I have sent email after email – the first within 24 hours of signing up as I had no replies to any of my emails. I still get daily emails telling me that I have limited time for extra websites etc which is all rubbish! Anyone know whom I can get into contact with??

    Please help!!!!

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    Chris says:

    January 23rd, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    I also saw a link for this so called easy home money making scheme on a website claiming to be an article from a newspaper http://www.news11today.net/money-news/uk-breaking-news.php?ex=001. However, if this paper were legit, then just typing in http://www.news11today.net/ should get you to the newspaper’s front page. Well guess what…..no surprise, it doesn’t seem to exist, so I won’t be touching this with a barge-pole. Thanks for creating this site to warn honest hard working people like myself, who just want to earn a little extra money.

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    Dave says:

    January 21st, 2011 at 11:32 pm

    I really wish i read these before i signed up. I lost my job due to all the flooding we have had in our town, the house i rented was basically swept away with all our personal items. I live and care for my brother who has leukemia so now the two of us are sleeping out of my car. All we have in this world now is each other, one set of clothes each, my laptop, my car, and $11 in my bank account to buy dinner for both of us tonight. I had an old $50 visa voucher i used to buy this product so my brother could also work to help me pay for the expensive medication he needs every week, i wanted to go back to the site and found this site and after reading i basicaly burst into tears, i just feel like giving up.

    I wish it was illegal for people to do these things.

    When i told my brother i bought this this for him he smiled and actually got excited- for the first time in 8 months i’ve seen him smile and be happy since he got diagnosed with leukemia.

    So now im trying an easy way i can break the poor guys heart and tell him we have been scammed.

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    Will never be scammed again! says:

    January 21st, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    Hi all – this page helped me get my money back! Like a fool in a moment of weakness (first day back at work after 4 weeks off) – I fell for this complete SCAM!!! Paid the first two installments and then stupidly upgraded to PRO thinking it was also in the 60 day money back guarantee.

    On realising that this is a scam and you have to keep paying more money, I found this site and emailed CLICKBANK through their customer service area, refund section – they refunded the full amount of the first two payments within a week.

    BUT – to get the PRO upgrade payment back was trickier – but in the end easier than I had anticipated. I had paid for this on my credit card so didn’t have the ID number to use on paypal for their resolution centre dispute file. So I emailed paypal through their Contact Us page outlining that this seller is a scam and that I did not receive the product promised without outlaying more money (basically say that they gave you the websites but that they do not show up in any online searches unless you buy further products – it is therefore misleading and a scam plus Dot Com Marketing are using PAYPAL with which to perpertrate this )

    SO – send an email to PAYPAL if you used your credit card, with a copy of the wording from the email you will have received on payment from Dot Com Marketing – there is an ID number there too. PAypal were excellent and sorted this out for me within 2-3 days of emailing them. Also Email the service @paypal to double up if you are confused by what they send you back (eg the resolution centre which you can’t use if paid with credit card)

    GOOD LUCK – you CAN get all your money back so just keep on it!

    These people are monsters, how can they live with themselves…

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  • Colleen says:

    January 20th, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    Thanks Andrew, we need more forums like this to WARN people about these sorts of scams…

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    Mary says:

    January 17th, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    Per previous post, Andrew’s advice worked (thanks!). Also, I agree with Mark… ClickBank did great and fast work. Thanks!

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  • Mark says:

    January 13th, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    Amongst all the negative comments about AHP, I must praise ClickBank, who dealt with my refund claim immediately. Thanks guys.

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    Mary says:

    January 13th, 2011 at 10:24 am

    Dear “Used to work for this company,”
    You must have been the only person who responded to emails, because I’ve been ignored consistently, despite waiting the 48-hours between emails.
    Good for you for getting out.
    I have since tried Andrew’s (12/31/10) advice. Hopefully, this will work.
    Good luck, everyone!

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  • Dave says:

    January 12th, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    like many people i almost fell for this due to the multiple websites praising it so thank you to this website and the people that posted their dealings with the company 8)

    chat log from my visit to their homepage:

    Amber Says:When you are ready just type ‘Hi’ to let me know you’re there….
    Amber Says:Okay, I’ll be moving on now… Last chance… To get your $5 Discount CLICK HERE

    You:???

    Amber Says:The $5 Discount is only available through this chat for a limited time. To take advantage of our lowest price ever CLICK HERE

    You:is this for real?

    Amber Says:You will receive your own automated money making website which will earn you commission 24/7, so you dont need to know anything about the internet.

    You:are brown bears bigger than black bears?

    Amber Says:We offer a 8 week Money Back Guarantee so signing up is 200% risk free. That’s how sure we are that the Home Wealth system will work for you.
    Amber Says:So what have you got to lose? To receive a $5 discount just CLICK HERE

    You:you didnt answer my question about the bears…

    Amber Says:Sorry, whats your question again?

    You:are brown bears bigger than black bears?

    Amber Says:You don’t need any special technical skills to make money online with the Quick Cash kit. For a one-time fee of just $4.95 Steve will show you exactly how. So would you like to get your $5 Discount? Just CLICK HERE

    You:hmmmm bye bye

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  • dan says:

    January 12th, 2011 at 4:22 pm

    hi i am so mad i fell for this paid 23 pounds for the site then another 69 for the pro and also brought the 49 pounds for more customers i paid by card but through paypal have tried to get my money back through paypal and home website center but am not getting very far if any one could help it would be much help

    thanks

    dan parsons

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    Mark says:

    January 12th, 2011 at 11:33 am

    If, like me, you fell for the spiel and signed up, don’t even bother contacting AHP for a refund. I tried and the only response that I received to the the six e-mails that I sent was to say that they “could not trace my order”, although I sent the copies of the ClikBank receipt (twice.)

    Go directly to ClikBank and claim your refund from them.

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  • Grace says:

    January 10th, 2011 at 10:07 pm

    Nice that I did my assigment first which is further checked this automated home profit…I was almost fooled just like anyone else…

    anyway, i hope that i can find a legitmate one.

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  • diana says:

    January 10th, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    i just got a refund so just will have to wait to see it in my account hopefully:)

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    YH says:

    January 8th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    The lady on chat who kept on telling me to CLICK HERE and sign up was automated. I asked her “How is it that she can type so much so quickly?”
    And she replied, “Go ahead, there are only 2 places left for $19.95 and one time only I will give you $10 off so you only pay $9.95. You have nothing to lose, simply CLICK HERE and process the application and we will send you all you need with a FREE website.” This was done in about 3 seconds by the way.

    I told her I googled them and I don’t think I can trust this scheme. She responded with another long message not answering my question. Basically, it is an automated script guessing your question.

    Lastly, I wrote “F*** OFF” (without the stars – actually typed the full word, just starred it here), she responded “Go ahead, there are only 2 places left for $19.95 and one time only I will give you $10 off so you only pay $9.95. You have nothing to lose, simply CLICK HERE and process the application and we will send you all you need with a FREE website”. And that was the same answer as above. So this was enough to tell me stay well away from this scam.

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    RobSainter says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    This is a scam!! I paid the initial $20 to subscribe and within 20 minutes they required another $100 off me to become a VIP and PRO member. So I paid the $100, that’s $120 all up, then they wanted me to buy a subscription tool for another $49.95, I bought the tool and I didn’t make any money from this, its all a lie I didnt even have anything to work with! After paying about $150 when it was only supposed to cost $20. They tried to discount me when I wanted a refund and then called me asking for all my bank details and private information. THIS IS A SCAM. It sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

    And they use CNN and GOOGLE to try and make it look more credible, it’s all a lie, the newspaper article they used is FAKE, and all the positive feedback comments are fake too, it’s just a set up.

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    diana says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 7:40 am

    hi its me again. thanks Jay, i sent a request for clickbank but i paid 89 for home profits how do i get that back? any email phone number anything? thank you

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  • diana says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 6:45 am

    hi i am stressing very much. like all off you i have been robbed too, but i paid with my credit card thinking that i will get money back easier so i would be very grateful if somebody could help advise me how to do it. i rang credit card company and they asked me lots questions asked if i received a product so it was not heading a good way. please help!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Shel says:

    January 6th, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    thanks, i nearly fell for it

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  • Mike says:

    January 6th, 2011 at 10:44 am

    I just want to thank Andrew, (31/12/2010). I’m not easily (until now, and the recession) fooled, but I paid in for 19.95%, and got further sucked in for $90.00. However I googled it today and arrived here, and thanks to Andrew’s advice I have already got the refund from Paypal, and I contacted my credit card company and expect a full refund of the $19.95 also.

    Mike Ireland

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  • Elizabeth says:

    January 5th, 2011 at 11:48 pm

    In response to Andrew on 31.12.10 – thank you so much for that excellent piece of advice. Yesterday I telephoned Paypal and fully explained my situation and that I had been conned. They set up a dispute enquiry for me immediately over the phone and emailed me to confirm it, saying it would be resolved within 14 days.

    This morning – bingo – money back in my paypal account.

    Thank you so so so much Andrew.

    I had been getting absolutely no where. I didn’t realize that only part of the payment I made went through Clickbank (who had already done a refund and were fantastic). The balance went through Dotcom marketing or some such thing and of course that was the largest amount of around $181.00. I could not find Dotcom anywhere and when I tried to find an email address for them through Just Host which was the website builder I just got fobbed off.

    I hope no one else falls for this like I did – and stupidly, as I always check everything on google before I sign up for anything and for some reason I didn’t this time.

    Yesterday in the email I received another Automated Home Profits thing about Writing for Money. I told them where to get off when they emailed me.

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  • Anon says:

    January 4th, 2011 at 1:58 am

    You know what they say – if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.

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    john says:

    January 2nd, 2011 at 10:37 am

    hello i have also unfortunitly fallen for the autamated home profits as well but am doing my best to get my refund back, but was wondering that sign on payment off $20.57 or $10 dollars that you pay to get your posistion and the information to get started, is it a one off payment or is it a monthly payment that they will take out off your account???? plz your information would be greatly appreciated??? thanks. john.

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  • Andrew says:

    December 31st, 2010 at 6:09 pm

    Guys – if you want a refund on this scam – I got 100% back in 48 hours.

    Step 1: Log disputes for every payment via Paypal through their resolution centre. Select “fake product” as the reason and the free text area state that the product is Automated Home Profits and that the program is fraudulent and that you require a full refund on the basis that you have been conned.

    Step 2: Use the references Clickbank sent to you (if you have lost the emails and you used Paypal.. Paypal lists all the references you need in the transactions details)and source the transaction via Clickbank. Then – file a refund request. Use the same wording in your reason for refund. Call it out as a fraud – be polite and professional.

    Don’t worry, when I realised that I was getting deeper and deeper via “pay a bit more and get a bit more” I felt really bad that I had been duped. Use these steps and then you can get back on track to having a HNY and working hard for your income.

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    Elizabeth says:

    December 30th, 2010 at 6:23 pm

    Can anyone give me the email address for support please. I have had partial refund of my money, a phone call from the company asking why I didn’t want to go ahead, and nothing further. It seems some payments went through clickbank and others through dotcom and I can’t even find where to contact either of them. Talk about a rip-off and I don’t know how I fell for it when I usually google everything before paying over any money

    TIA

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  • Stella Howell says:

    December 27th, 2010 at 7:22 am

    Having scrutnised their site I found CNN, Times and other reputed names. A word of warning, always read Terms & Conditions & other small print. Contrary to their images, they clearly specify that names such as CNN etc. should be ignored saying that they have no connection. Why use them? It was interesting to play them with their own game and found their other sites with different Terms & Conditions in which they clearly state that their site will use any images they consider relevant which might not be applicable to their site. Very strange. Be vary of any site without an address, contact number or at least an email address. Then first, contact them to clarify. Ignore these instant pop ups which try to convince you to sign up!! Thanks for your site.

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  • mike andrews says:

    December 25th, 2010 at 11:31 am

    The real “target” of these smart people (and they are smart to have conjured up a glitzy infomercial) is the upgrade fee or “pro” which the enrollment program throws at you every step of the way. Thank yourself if you only lost the sign up fee. You got an education that is worth that amount and you are now the wiser.

    Refund? If you believe or expect to get that back, call me because I have a bridges (Golden Gate or the SF-Oakland Bay Bridge) to sell you for a bargain.

    Mike
    1-800-IGOTBITTOO

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    Roxanne says:

    December 22nd, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    I almost did the same thing as everyone else. Times are tough and these people prey on your desperation. That fake news article doesn’t allow you to select any other links either. Everything goes back to the AHP website. What a SCAM!!! I’m sick of stuff like this. I’m so glad I decided to google it.

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    kingy says:

    December 22nd, 2010 at 6:16 am

    having been duped out of £50 yrs ago by a similer company i decided to google the company, good job i did.

    i will not be wasting my money on this scam

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    Heather says:

    December 21st, 2010 at 10:11 am

    Ok I was looking for a quick but yet possibly a second income from home, I stupidly signed up for this plus the pro statius for my website and something else for 19.95 and I have already emailed requesting a refund. It tells you not to email mant times due to it slowing down your response but it has been a few days and I still have not heard or seen the money back in my acct. Any suggestions on what to do? I need that money back for bills and Christmas.

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    Eoin says:

    December 15th, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    I looked on CNN and there was no report on automated home profits or the single mom who made 365 a week

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  • Farah says:

    December 12th, 2010 at 7:23 am

    Is this really a scam or does this genuinely work?

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  • Endra says:

    December 12th, 2010 at 12:19 am

    Thank God and thank you very much. I nearly hit Enter key to purchase. But I decide to google. You open my eyes to the reality. It’s just a scam after all… so bad, why there are many web sites and people doing such things…

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    Liz Merrey says:

    December 11th, 2010 at 5:19 am

    Thank God for this site! I was nearly sucked in as working from home is a brilliant solution for me right now. But I googled them first & I’m so glad I did! I won’t touch it with a barge pole… Thanks guys!

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    Gail Cheney says:

    December 6th, 2010 at 3:37 am

    I have been scammed also, i joined Automated Home Profits only 3 days ago, only to find out that the website i paid for $97.00 plus other starting money, they make you join to get in the gate! found that the website they gave me does not exist when i type the http address, i keep getting this message. i will be pursuing my money back, could you please email me to let me know how i can get my money back. regards Gail

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    Used to work for this company says:

    December 4th, 2010 at 11:44 am

    IF YOU DONT LIKE IT, JUST EMAIL SUPPORT AND ASK FOR A REFUND, THEY HAVE A 60 DAY REFUND POLICY. NO REFUNDS OVER THE PHONE, ASK THE COMPANY FOR A REFUND BEFORE YOU GO CRYING TO PAYPAL!

    AHP REP

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    nita says:

    December 3rd, 2010 at 9:38 pm

    I too just got bit by this website. I was attempting to build the “website” and decided to stop and go back later…well later came…and I cannot get in…what a joke. I will dispute this with my card company.

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  • Rennne says:

    December 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I am so mad at myself. I said to my self what is 19.95 i spend that in the dinner takeaway but after reading all this I want the money back. Can any one tell me how to get it back from pay pal?

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  • Dtata says:

    November 30th, 2010 at 2:34 pm

    Almost got sucked into this also. Had some guy on the phone quizzing us about our income and spare cash, amount available on credit etc. All under the banner of using ‘other peoples money’ to invest in becoming ‘time and financially free’.

    Glad my alarm bells rang loud enough to hang up..

    STAY AWAY…

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    jade says:

    November 30th, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    hi and thanks for this site!!! i just told my boyfriend about the automated home profits he said “come off it jade its a scam.” i didn’t listen and was just about to sign up and add my card details when i thought i’d google the site and saw this!!!! hate people like this who try do this to people!
    thank you

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    Mario says:

    November 30th, 2010 at 9:51 am

    I was just about to go for this when the little voice in my head told me to Google the company. I came upon your review.
    Thank you for saving me the hassle.
    Boy, am I glad I hear voices in my head…

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    Anonymous says:

    November 29th, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    This is great – everything mentioned here is spot on!

    Don’t be tempted – Don’t do it!!!

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    Lifemagician says:

    November 28th, 2010 at 10:38 pm

    Anyone here able to direct me to a link where I can get my money back. I ‘invested’ almost $100 and have never even seen my site, let alone earned any money. There appears to be no help available, and no contact at all that I can find. The live chat is only for signing up, and will not give any contact information. Everytime I go to the site, I am asked for more money. Replying to the many emails I have received, always bounce.

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    Em says:

    November 28th, 2010 at 8:27 pm

    Thank you for this, I saw the ad and clicked on it … The use of cnn, google and the news article made it seem somewhat legit. When I got to the website and saw six places left … My alarm bells started ringing! Googled the company name and found this article. Thank you, you’ve potentially saved me alot of money

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    trish says says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 7:05 pm

    i stupidly signed up and paid for all the upgrades (on maternity leave and 4 kids to sort out for xmas). its been over a week now and i have not had one sale. i’ve also had the american guy call me asking how much my house is worth, what i work as, and for info on visa debit and mastercards. think the best thing to do is try for a refund.

    unless any of you lovely people would like to purchase some of my ebooks lol

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  • dinor says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    hi just before i entered my card details i thought i’d googled and while i typed the name of “home profit academy” auto search completed ”….is a scam”

    funny thing is that i found through a news link… called newsdaily7 about a woman making 4,000 from home..

    what a load of crap…wish it was so easy

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    Tony says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 1:10 pm

    Hi, I fell for this scam as well and have just checked they provide there merchant phone number on the Paypal receipt which is 08454754455 on checking this on google it is UPS parcels phone number.

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    Harriet says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 3:52 am

    i was sucked into this scam too, i paid using paypal, i purchased the pro pack then got suspicious when they started asking to pay for the instant visitors, i went to exit that page and the price dropped significantly, does anyone know if you are able to get a refund from paypal? thanks

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    sue says:

    November 19th, 2010 at 2:58 pm

    i have just had a phone call from them asking if i have a credit card or any money tucked away to set me up in business. obviously i said no but still they dont give up trying to get your money do they? thanks to this website i have just asked for my money back through paypal . thanyou sue

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    dips says:

    November 18th, 2010 at 5:46 am

    thanks Jay, your process helped me getting the refund back.. For those who are buying it out of curiosity, please beware of the fact that I later realized that the product needs a lot of further investment for which I was not ready. So, make up your mind prior to curiosity getting over your brilliant mind.

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    Steven says:

    November 17th, 2010 at 11:55 am

    I am really worried now, I stupidly signed up for this. I have got my refund from ClickBank now. The problem is I got a phone call from AHP just after I signed up asking about mentoring etc. They just asked me like what I would like to earn, am I a student, how would you describe your credit rating. I hope they’re not going to use all my information for identity theft. I’m really really worried now. Does anyone know what I could do?

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    Indi says:

    November 14th, 2010 at 10:50 am

    I am really grateful to u guys for this review. i was about about to make a payment…
    But guys make sure u notice this that if u try and cancel the website page the the initial amount comes down…
    For me the initial amount that was shown was £19.97 after that i tried canceling the web page and suddenly outta nowhere i got a £10 discount…and the signup amount came down directly to £9.97….
    When i saw this i started doing a web search on this site…when i landed up reading all the reviews here….
    And lastly i m writing this comment cause when again i tried canceling the webpage…….you wont believe this but the sign up amount came down to £4.97 !!!!!

    All i can say is that this site is nothing but a ‘SCAM’
    i think google should sue these bastards who are trying to dupe people…. Also i wish i could put in the screen shots in this comment so as to show how the sign up amount came down…
    But nontheless…guys be wary of this site !!!!

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    ron says:

    November 13th, 2010 at 9:24 am

    SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    the easiest way to verify ANYTHING ANYBODY SENDS TO YOU is to type it in google. you don’t get something for nothing, and the comments that you find in other places show those people were taken for their $97. if you read the ‘fine print’ on the automated home profits page they admit that they reserve the right to modify the comments and the other material that are presented to you.

    DON’T BE TAKEN!

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  • Cloe says:

    November 12th, 2010 at 4:06 pm

    One way to hurt this business is to keep clicking on their ads every time you see it. This will cost them advertising money. Even if it is only $0.50 per click, if we systematically all do it, the cost of advertising will be more than the revenue.

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  • Theodora Kane says:

    November 12th, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    In fairness I should update to say I am getting a refund of the full amount.

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  • h.a. says:

    November 12th, 2010 at 6:54 am

    good day to all!
    i would like to find out if there is any way to shut them down?
    is that possible at all?

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    Theodora Kane says:

    November 11th, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    I got the initial program, paid for via Clickbank then bought the upgrade which was paid for through Paypal to a different seller address. I asked for a refund & was given a free add-on instead but I really want out of this scam & my money back. I dont think I can claim a refund directly through Paypal so will hope the company pays up. I will try to open a Dispute through PayPal if they do not refund.I feel totally stupid at being sucked into this.

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    Jon says:

    November 10th, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    I almost got suckered in, just out of curiosity really. However I started to get suspicious when I realized they weren’t actually telling you what was involved in the program. It’s all very brief and just about you signing up. It’s a good job I found this website before I signed up!

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  • Emma says:

    November 10th, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    I have been to their website today. I was so tempted to try the product but kept think the saying “too good to be true”. I then found they constantly trick people into buying by using discounts and the numbers of spots available. I became more alarmed.

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    JOHNNY says:

    November 8th, 2010 at 3:20 pm

    Hello!

    This is very clever. They abuse these sites called news11.com and CNN and Smart names to make you believe they are legitimate. news11.com doesn’t exist and I tried searching for news11.com on google but nothing. There is nothing about this automated crap there.

    They also used Google’s name to attract their prey. OMG this is so legitimate looking site. Can’t those big companies whose names are being abused sue this scam site?

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    craig says:

    November 7th, 2010 at 11:06 am

    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for your posts. I was on the verge of entering my credit details, with the ‘clock ticking at 5 places left’ – I now see that is the tipping tactic that catches even the most diligent. Anyhow for what it’s worth my suspicion was raised when checking all the links on the ‘news’ letter – alarmingly all, ‘business, politics, home etc all returned me to the same automated profit advert pages.

    For those who tipped over the line of being suckered, thanks for posting, as it does give an insight for others to be aware – so in some small way you have helped to raise awareness of this as a scam.

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    sylv says:

    November 6th, 2010 at 10:42 am

    Hi, seems like I’m one of many. I have overlooked these ads so many times thinking to myself (SCAM) but today curiosity got the better of me, I wanted to know what products there were etc and the obvious- can you genuinely make that kind of money from online marketing.

    If its a product you believe in possibly,but what this company offers is for you to accumulate costs trying to generate traffic on to sites most of us would avoid. think of the glossy colourful pop ups linked to streaming web sites, thats what they want you to ‘manage’ and at every turn they are looking to get more money from you.

    They say as a VIP you are meant to get support and training, but in reality that’s only for the VIP’s who upgrade to the PRO package. Once the site is finally set up, ( only one available to ‘FREE’ members) they will ask for money to generate clients or you will need to pay for advertising.

    In short, whoever thought this up will be raking it in and I would imagine if not fabricated the screen shots of earnings belong to the proprietor. The money they’re asking would be better spent on setting up an e-bay shop ( only £6 a month) and all you need to do is start off small whether that is purchasing from overstock or wholesalers.

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    gordon says:

    November 6th, 2010 at 1:20 am

    does anyone know how to get in touch with them, I would like to request a refund but can’t see how. And since I (stupidly) purchased some of those ‘upgrades’, do I have to apply for different refunds (PayPal, clickbank, etc.)?

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    ucudc says:

    November 5th, 2010 at 6:48 am

    Got a refund through Clickbank feel a bit miffed I allowed myself to be duped. Once bitten twice shy from now on !

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    John Smith says:

    November 4th, 2010 at 11:31 pm

    I am doing research for a uni assignment and was wondering what this ‘automated home profits’ scam actually requires you to do? I looked at their site but they don’t exactly give a job description.

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    Kane says:

    November 4th, 2010 at 12:51 am

    Well here’s yet another sucker!! Me! I clicked on a facebook advert……grrrrr! Stupid me! Have signed up for the $AUD20 scam….. ugh – managed to resist the ‘pro’ nagging, but I want my $20 back. I paid through paypal thankfully so hopefully no more can be taken without my knowledge. I’ve been to Clickbank and found their site is undergoing ‘updates’ whatever for the next day or so *sigh* does this make me more concerned? Yes!

    Now what? Any further ideas before I contact paypal? Thank you everyone for helping before I paid out more. To those who did – I’m sorry – it could have been so easy to do – I can see why you did! Time to get this scam off the web!

    Kane

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    Kay Bold says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 10:03 am

    Come on people. There are no perfect online businesses and yes there are a lot of scams out there. But all it takes is research and lots of it. Contact the BBB, check out the complaint issues, read the fine print. Research how long the company has been in business. If you have a bad feeling in your gut then don’t do it. If you have a good feeling about it and you have experience with marketing and using the internet then go for it and do your research. Utilize all the marketing tips these companies give you to your advantage (in other words beat them at there own game). You just can’t sit back and not work, put some time into something and expect to get paid. You just can’t. Also, don’t expect to get rich or have hundreds of dollars coming to you overnight or the first week or so. You have to work at it buy advertising, marketing, and blogging. So, yes, you may not work from outside the home, but you are still working (maybe not physically but mentally) from within the home.

    Just Research and go by your gut not by others negative views. Do your homework, it’s that simple.

    Good Luck!

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    mariela says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    i was wondering if anyone has been able to request a refund. i am trying to request a refund at the moment and i have followed jay’s instructions but when i get to the support ticket and fill everything out it doesn’t allow me to submit my request can anyone help please.

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    Constance Fisher says:

    November 1st, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    I realized this was scammy when they started asking for more and more money so I immediately requested cancellation and refund. This was on October 13th and I have tried every way to contact them. A guy emailed and tried to get me to wait 2 weeks. I said no. I have tried to contact them by returning their emails, but all my emails have been rejected. I have no address or phone for them. I must have been nuts when I fell for this. I am usually careful. Now I will try to get a refund from ClickBank. Thanks, Constance

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  • James says:

    October 31st, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    Who ever wrote this I cannot agree and thank you enough. I just got carried away with this get rich quick scheme which was fine for me at the initial cost of £20 but then when costly extras were added which were required for progression I didn’t want to spend Hundreds on packages and read loads of books. I just wanted my money back. Thank you. And Debbie, just read the review no scimmnig just read and follow, as long as its been less than 60 days you get your money back.

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    ej says:

    October 31st, 2010 at 12:31 am

    I was about to pay for the software when an inner voice told me to double check if it’s a scam….. happy to see i had not invested.

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    Nat says:

    October 30th, 2010 at 8:02 pm

    Hi Jay,
    Thanks for your info on how to get a refund, I to purchased Automated Home Profits just yesterday, and upgraded to VIP & PRO, what a fool I feel like now because I did not research it. I didn’t get to see what website i could build until after I paid and even then they were unknown products. I will never be fooled again by these so called work from home scams. I have sent my refund request to ClickBank so now its just the waiting game, I strongly urge anyone NOT to do this without fully researching the company behind it and the products.
    Nat

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  • Rose says:

    October 30th, 2010 at 3:18 am

    Hi, who do we contact to get the refund back? Can anyone help? thanks

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    Dianne says:

    October 29th, 2010 at 6:38 am

    I cannot believe that I have been sucked into this. I am so diligent when purchasing products over the internet – usually I check before I buy – but I had a moment of madness and didn’t this time. For anyone who is considering it – I haven’t even begun the training because the minute I paid, I was inundated with different windows and requests for upgrades and additional payments and when I tried to cancel out, it would keep popping up and creating new windows (this happened about 10 times) before I could exit – their last attempt put me into a payment screen. As soon as I saw this happen I knew it must have a dodgy aspect. Thank you for all your comments, I have already organized my refund and the advice by Jay on how to do that was excellent – thank you again.

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  • Pat Sierra says:

    October 28th, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    I have also signed up with automated home profits and wish I would have seen this information first. I am now trying to get my money back. The 1st time I asked for my money back a person called and talked me into trying it for a while. I ask about them being listed with the better business bureau and he said that only companies that pay them are listed with them and that AHP have had a few complaints but resolved them. So I believed him. Now I too am trying to get my money back. If anyone knows a legit business to work for let me know.

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  • JOnesy says:

    October 28th, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    Yeah it looks so appealing – thanks for the info I am staying well away from this scam!

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    Maggie says:

    October 28th, 2010 at 5:07 am

    SLEEK URGENT!!! Don’t wait for the 60 days to elapse before asking for a refund. You have UP TO 60 days. So get your request in now.

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  • belinda says:

    October 27th, 2010 at 5:54 pm

    Thank god for this site and my daughter, my husband has just quit his job, so of course any extra money looks good, however if you stick to the old adage “looks to good to be true ….”, pity that they are targeting people who are likely to be duped due to financial circumstances

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    mike says:

    October 27th, 2010 at 7:08 am

    I asked for a refund , and they gave me the pro upgrade free instead. So i sent them another email saying I dont want any upgrades i just want my money back. so lets see hopefully

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    gyaani says:

    October 26th, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    fraud company as my friend paid and had nothing back….its not a matter of £10 its just a matter of fooling innocent ppl.

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    mike says:

    October 26th, 2010 at 10:15 am

    where’s the refund option on support ? , all I see is billing. do i just ask for a refund under the billing option ?

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    Bob says:

    October 26th, 2010 at 4:01 am

    I´ve just been reviewing this program site (template) and found……:

    1. They are reducing the price of the program constantly when trying to leave their site – AND THAT´S REALLY SUSPICIOUS IN MY OPINION.

    2. There are no contact details (phone number, street address and/ or any e-mail support address) stated on the site – which is a classic, typical, spoken and common way scamming people.

    WHICH LEGITIMATE COMPANY HASN´T GOT A PROPER, AVAILABLE, ACCESSIBLE AND FUNCTIONAL SUPPORT UNIT – HARD TO HANDLE CUSTOMERS, CLIENTS AND INCOMING ORDERS IF NOT, RIGHT?????

    Well, I am rather sure this is a fake/ scamsite – I´m definitely not taking the risk signing up for them anyway (even if 4.95 USD certainly is a modest fee to lose).

    And, additionally: I would think is better contacting Google directly asking them about how to perform the same service INSTANTLY thru them, IF INTERESTED DOING THIS?

    They are anyway really existing and NOT LEAST a guaranteed 100% legitimate well-established global servicing company.

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  • Laura says:

    October 25th, 2010 at 9:45 am

    I almost fell for this scam but did some research first, stumbled across this website thankfully..
    I’d like to point out that if Google really is one of the leading companies for this scam…then why does google allow you to keep this page at the top of the list, warning people against it? I don’t know many other companies that would allow that..
    This company really needs to be ashamed of itself for targeting people who really do need/want the work but are stuck at home and desperate…
    Someone needs to make a company that pays people to expose frauds..that’s how we would make our money..

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  • john says:

    October 18th, 2010 at 5:45 am

    hello all …..i had to get a refund from the site to…thanks jay for how to do it…..

    i payed the £10 pounds went to the site it looked ok till you started to go through the site…it was like to other site were you had to pay more money to make it all work…… so thank jay hope to get my refund soon…

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  • LF says:

    October 14th, 2010 at 2:57 am

    I’m glad i read this before doing it . Thanks very much for all the info.

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    Sleek says:

    October 13th, 2010 at 10:17 am

    hi, i feel so ashamed because i think i’ve been fooled by these home website center freaks! I paid the first fee, upgraded to pro and even paid for the instant customers whatever that they said is going to publish my websites on major search engines like google and yahoo. They even called me over two weeks before now, telling me that i was selected for training and that they’ll get back to me in exactly two weeks from that date but they never called back. I started this stuff on the 20th of september and today is the 13th of october and not a single sale from the ten websites i have with them. I don’t even want to do it anymore whether its real or not, i just want my money back so i’m earnestly waiting for the 60 days to be complete before i send a request to click bank. Thanks for the information, wouldn’t have noticed my stupidity!

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    pete says:

    October 5th, 2010 at 12:37 pm

    ok this may be a stupid question but i dont trust these things an inch. on the 29sept i was idiotic enough to input my details, albeit with a fake name, to see where it went. it forwarded me to a site where i could buy the program, at which point i left it and didnt purchase anything or put in any kind of bank detail. i have just received an email entitled over-due bill from the same company. however the email simply included more of the same ‘sign up quick’ BS and nothing about what i was supposed to owe. i scrolled to the bottom where clicked on an ‘unsubscribe’ option. could anyone tell me if i am liable to pay something, and if so how i can get out of this fast.many thanks

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  • Tracy says:

    October 4th, 2010 at 9:33 pm

    Thank you to Jay

    I also signed up with Automated home profits and within 10 minutes i felt as though i had been duped. When trying to create my website i was re-directed to the ‘upgrade’ every time – i clicked on every website offered and was re-directed every time! As a single mum, working from home for a few extra quid seemed ideal, especially coming up to Christmas, i had to wait until i received my child benefit to sign up for this so, as you can imagine, i can’t afford to lose even the initial sign up of£9.97 plus vat.

    I followed Jay’s instructions and have since received an email from clickbank stating that it will take 2 business days to process –thanks again Jay, i would’ve got lost without your invaluable help.

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    Alan Ashwood says:

    October 1st, 2010 at 9:48 am

    My thanks to Sandy for her comment. I am writing a post regarding Due Diligence when buying, and will be referring to this site as support for my (negative) review of Automated Home Profits, and News 9 Today. I have already advised people to check for these scams before they buy, and contact Clickbank for refunds.
    However, Sandy’s comment advises that the ongoing payments avoid Clickbank, and are therefore difficult to get your refund, Thanks for the warning Sandy, hope you got your money back.

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    sandy says:

    September 29th, 2010 at 3:53 pm

    Oh my – how stupid and gullible are we.. and such easy targets. Stay at home moms with kids trying desperately to provide for our kids. I was STUPID enough to go the extra step and pay another $97.. and my red flag was going off so i quickly went and searched the review sites and NO GOOD NEWS – the second amount is NOT done through clickbank and therefore you are not guaranteed your money back and paypal ask you to contact the merchant first before putting in a claim. I am not confident i will get my money back – the money i BORROWED from my mother… wish i had read this first. Its got more than 50 pages you have to go through to understand how to USE the product and even if you pay the extra money – you are lead to believe you will have support from their team and training.. this is NOT the case only a select few are “trained” .. another misconception im sure. They used CNN and Google as hooks for a secure company.. its a load of rubbish

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    Mel says:

    September 28th, 2010 at 1:01 pm

    Hi Jay, thank you very much for your information.
    I registered it this afternoon, then paid to upgrade to VIP, then paid to upgrade to PRO, cannot see any real products during that time. Didn’t pay the search engineer subscriber tool. Then see the crap products.
    Asked refund, waiting for the response now. Wasted several hours on that today.

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  • Jay says:

    September 26th, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    Hi there

    Maybe this can help:

    How To Get A ClickBank Refund

    I don’t know why but I had it in my head that I’d done this before and that i it was really easy. It is simple to get a refund through ClickBank but I’d never done it before, I guess this was the first time I’d every given up on a product that I’d bought through ClickBank and not PayPal or some other payment provider.

    These are the steps you need to take to get your refund from ClickBank:-

    1. Find the original e-mail receipt sent from ClickBank for the product you bought. You can always do a subject search for “Receipt for your Clickbank Order”

    2. Find the CUSTOMER SERVICE section of your receipt e-mail (It is below the TECHNICAL SUPPORT section). Near the top of the Customer Service bit is a link, clicking this will bring you directly to your product support page.

    3. From this page there is no obvious refund request. However you need to click on the Get Support icon.

    4. This is where you can pick your support request type. You want to select refund. It’s really important that you go with refund and not cancel. A lot of products are sold as subscriptions and whilst canceling stops any further payments you want a refund. As long as you are in the standard 60 day ClickBank money back period this shouldn’t be a problem.

    5. Finally you need to give a reason for your refund request. You need to be honest here, I’d also suggest filling in some comment so that you can help the product vendor. They may have lost you as a customer but they may act on what you say and it could help them retain other customers and improve their product.

    Submit your refund request and that is just about all there is to it. One thing worth keeping in mind is that ClickBank refunds are not processed straight away. It can take a couple of days (although in my experience is was just under 24 hours) to get your ClickBank refund so be patient.

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    debbie says:

    September 22nd, 2010 at 4:57 pm

    hi,i have had problems with this company,i purchased the first part of this which was £9.99 just that alone i cant afford but saw a chance to maybe make some money,then soon became suspicious and didn’t pursue it at the time, glad i didn’t now because someone told me i could find out about the kind of company they are and didnt find good reviews. Is there a way do you know that i can get my money back from this company? thank you. Debbie.

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