Thank you Evelyn for your honest review of this program, I love reading your reviews, I’m not so easy to join these opportunities because I know they do NOT tell ALL in their sales pitch. And when I saw Devon Brown as one of their testimonials that made me even more skiddish. I joined 2 of his programs before and you pay monthly fees plus his people to sell for you plus you have to buy solo ads that’s his main source of traffic is PAID traffic. I made money with him but I also lost money with him, so just saying thank you so much again for your due diligence, soo much appreciated.
I joined up in PBP. I have to admit. It was impressive at first. I pushed the button and bought a basic package for $220 and I got one sale resulting a $20 commission. Then I waited a couple of weeks to see if any more people would sign up underneath me or if someone would be “placed” underneath me by someone in my upline. (It’s supposedly a forced matrix!) Nope! Nothing! But it was so easy that I decided to try it again. This time I bought a silver package for $660 to see if a larger volume would make any difference. Immediately, peoples’ names and numbers started showing up. First., just a handful, but by the end of the day, I had a list of over 100 people by the end of the day. Wow, I thought! But when all was said and done, I got only one more sale for another $20 commission. Including the 2 charges of $144 plus the $220 plus the $660, I spent well over a grand for $40 in commissions. My advice! Stay away! They’re making tons of money on people’s desire to get out of debt. These same people, Jeff Gardner and Kit Elliot did the same thing to me in a scam they called Wealthworld about 5 years ago. When you see these names anywhere, stay away or you’ll get scammed! – Source beginatzero.com

I joined up in PBP. I have to admit. It was impressive at first. I pushed the button and bought a basic package for $220 and I got one sale resulting a $20 commission. Then I waited a couple of weeks to see if any more people would sign up underneath me or if someone would be “placed” underneath me by someone in my upline. (It’s supposedly a forced matrix!) Nope! Nothing! But it was so easy that I decided to try it again. This time I bought a silver package for $660 to see if a larger volume would make any difference. Immediately, peoples’ names and numbers started showing up. First., just a handful, but by the end of the day, I had a list of over 100 people by the end of the day. Wow, I thought! But when all was said and done, I got only one more sale for another $20 commission. Including the 2 charges of $144 plus the $220 plus the $660, I spent well over a grand for $40 in commissions. My advice! Stay away! They’re making tons of money on people’s desire to get out of debt. These same people, Jeff Gardner and Kit Elliot did the same thing to me in a scam they called Wealthworld about 5 years ago. When you see these names anywhere, stay away or you’ll get scammed! – Source beginatzero.com
This sounds great, and it makes perfect sense. The problem is when you actually start doing this you’ll soon realise that the traffic you are buying sucks and is ridiculously expensive. Yes you will earn 50% commission on the traffic that other people buy however there is a huge problem with this and I personally found this to be true when I was a member of Traffic Authority back when they launched a couple of years ago. The problem is the traffic is massively overpriced and the successful affiliates inside of Traffic Authority are NOT using this same traffic to actually drive signups and grow their business. So what actually happens is newbies perhaps like yourself who don’t know any better come in, buy the traffic packages assuming that they are going to get high quality traffic that converts, but they actually get sub-par traffic that’s overpriced and doesn’t even work as advertised.
There are also shady issues that are very apparent from Push Button Profits. The testimonials on the sales page of their site may be also fake since they do not share the link from the alleged legitimate sources from which they came. The countdown counter is also tricky since it gives the website visitors a sense of urgency of signing up. If you will fall for this scheme you will be asked to pay the regular package price. If you click away from their site you will be offered a discount and pay for the regular package for $37 only. In addition, it is quite unrealistic to earn $13,000-$17,000 per month but Push Button Profits promises you to attain this kind of income simply by using its traffic generator system. In reality, pre-made websites hardly make money because the traffic sent to their site is not organic. Automated traffic are usually banned and not recognized by the search engine like Google. After signing up for their regular package you should expect to receive emails and customer service agents trying to sell you more expensive packages for upgrade and upsell. 

Moreover, some find the product marketing as deceptive considering that you are made to sign up for services and tools that you can actually avail for free online. However, what you are actually paying for is the right to resell their products. The subscribers also need to purchase traffic packages which are extremely expensive. Its Diamond Package for instance will let you subscribe for 8,100-8,400 clicks for $8397! You will then choose which sales funnel you want the traffic to be directed. You will get more income with more clicks to your website which shows high traffic that brings more visitors to your site. Then there’s the Traffic Academy which costs another $97 if you want to have training on internet marketing and reseller rights for their products. This is on top of the additional costs it will take you for website builder and the cost for site hosting.
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