I’m one of those people, that after 23 years with a company, I was laid off due to the company being sold and moving out of state. I have children of ages that require daycare and unfortunately I only have a high school diploma. It took me 15 years and several promotions within that company to even start to make decent, not necessarily good, but decent money.
You have a countdown timer that will save you money right off the bat, and then, once inside, there is an overview video. Watch that overview video and push the green button to turn on your traffic. It’s that simple. When your leads enter the system, the Push Button Profits call center will call and close your leads for you. You get 100% of the commissions.
Hey Emerald, I got an email that appeared to be a job, turns out it’s an MLM business. What kind of black hat Harry Potter mess is that, just saying. I also listed jobs that people can do that I don’t make a dime from. So tell what is shameful, There are too many deceptive info going on online. PBP service is asking people for a lot of money for some clicks. I know that people don’t need to shell out over $8,000 dollars for some clicks, this is ridiculous. In the end, people will do what they want to do. Also, what kind of SEO crap is going on when people say all over the net that this and that work and it doesn’t. Shameful! Have a nice day Emerald.
In my opinion, Push Button Profits is a recruiting scam.  You purchase a money making opportunity that sells you traffic to sell the money making opportunity you just purchased.  The people you sell to do the same thing.  Push Button Profits is a sales funnel that sells you Traffic Authority packages. There is almost no focus on retail sales.  The claims that are made to get you into this money making opportunity are deceptive and are not supported by the income disclaimer provided by Traffic Authority.  I would avoid the Push Button Profits money making opportunity.
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.
When I first landed on the Push Button Profits (aka Push Button System) website I thought it was another scam system out to steal your money. Well maybe it is, but I’ll get to that further down the review. After I spent a few minutes taking a look I realised that I knew exactly what this system was about because I’d seen it all before, in fact I’d actually experienced it. Push Button Profits is just the name of the sales funnel but the real product and opportunity here is called Traffic Authority.

Thanks for this insightful article. Read their ad and about five minutes in, I figured out that you had to buy the package, but there is no where on their sight that says you will have to pay for your clicks plus the monthly fee and if you wanted to move up a package, you would have to pay the full price for that. To start a business like this I would have to borrow money, so I am eternally grateful for your suggestions.
Today we’re looking at Push Button Profits, the exciting new program that allows users to make some serious cash from home.  How does it work?  The Push Button Profit System is a one step system that includes an automated marketing system designed to make users money without the hassle of actually doing anything.  The process is pretty simple.  You sell the system to people, who you then sponsor to do the same.  Every time you sell, you get a percentage of that sale in commission.  On top of that, for every person that you “sponsor” you’ll get a cut of their commission too!
In my opinion, Push Button Profits is a recruiting scam.  You purchase a money making opportunity that sells you traffic to sell the money making opportunity you just purchased.  The people you sell to do the same thing.  Push Button Profits is a sales funnel that sells you Traffic Authority packages. There is almost no focus on retail sales.  The claims that are made to get you into this money making opportunity are deceptive and are not supported by the income disclaimer provided by Traffic Authority.  I would avoid the Push Button Profits money making opportunity.
Thanks for this insightful article. Read their ad and about five minutes in, I figured out that you had to buy the package, but there is no where on their sight that says you will have to pay for your clicks plus the monthly fee and if you wanted to move up a package, you would have to pay the full price for that. To start a business like this I would have to borrow money, so I am eternally grateful for your suggestions.

Well after reading what you said I really feel like a fool. I wish I didn't believe people like I do I'm happy to hear I may get my $67 back I was only suckered into paying that actually thank God I hadn't gone to the bank they had me convinced. It really blew my mind when they kept coming back with more stories and asking for even more money to be apart of this exclusive club that I thought I just bought my ticket into I think they started out with 200 spots available and would end immediately well Lordy they told me that a day ago now it's up to 500 spots almost all filled up just doesn't make sense to be true. I guess my $67 bought me nothing? I'll be asking for a refund after this. Before I could even get this submitted they removed their emails like the thieves they are and whoever is submitting fake reviews just to confuse us even further shame! their has to be a way that a review a person leaves can be linked back to them to maybe deter false misleading advice. Thank you
The sales video for Push Button Profits is amusing. It starts off with the idea that this is a ‘no bull’ presentation, one that doesn’t make any outlandish claims. Despite that, the site is filled with bold claims, as is the video. The banner above the video says that members earned more than $517,288 in a week. Testimonials make extraordinary claims too, like earning $52,300 in one weekend.
I was truly hoping to start this system at hope to help me earn some extra money to send my son to collage without him having to take all kinds student loans. I paid the $47 dollars to start. What a joke!!!!!they send you a link to get started and when you go to that link, its just more paid advertising. There was no link to "All ready a member" I'm so disappointed in all these people that sell FALSE hope to people that REALLY need the extra help. So YES this is a TOTAL SCAM

Not only am I going to give you a done for you lead machine, multiple done for you offers, done for you followup, and all of my top secret traffic sources, but I'm also going to give you access to my "Push Button Profits" swipe file... made up of the 100 most responsive e-mails I've EVER SENT, all tested and proven to convert leads into sales like clockwork. These are the EXACT same e-mails that accounted for all of my results in the video above, and the exact same e-mails I gave Jean Pierre. They're yours, ready to create profits with, starting later today.
I fell for the SCAM of PUSHBUTTONPROFITS. IT IS A SCAM! I worked my ass off for 3 months creating my own traffic and also bought traffic….JUST TO HAVE ERIC STEAL my prospects! He was emailing MY prospect list. They are scammers and that’s how they do make money…from stupid people like me who are just trying to make a few extra bucks. I was so dedicated, I even bought a brand new computer and printer/scanner for my home business. THEY are SCAMMERS! I have proof and I am not afraid to “get it out there”!

Pushbutton profits is a total ripoff. I got in and bought a package. I had 2 emails telling me I had earned 10 dollars. I never saw that 20 dollars. Its all about them getting your money. They say all the work is done for you. Sounds so simple and it is simple.They take your money and you don’t have to do anything but sit back and watch your money disappear. SCAM SCAM SCAM.

Push Button Profits is misleading right from the beginning. The site is simply a sales funnel for Traffic Authority and is filled with all the same wild claims. The underlying idea simply doesn’t work. Users need to invest a significant amount for the chance to earn. Systems like this rarely work in practice and they’re far too expensive. Why even bother, when many other affiliate programs are free to join?
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Along with your done for you lead machine and done for you offers, you're also going to receive done for you multi-channel followup that will result in systematic and repeat $33, $43, $300, $1,000, and $2,000 commissions, all without you EVER having to lift a finger. My copywriter will write the e-mails, I'll host the webinars, and we'll close the sales. You just sit back and watch them roll in. The fortune TRULY is in the followup, and with "Systematic Profits", all of your followup will be done for you by myself, and a team of 6 figure earners, allowing you to earn MAXIMUM profits, with MINIMAL effort!
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’m using the auto trading feature right now and it seems pretty safe to me. I’ve already done my first withdrawal. Hoping to make more so I can buy a brand new 4k TV for my family which they have been requesting me from last 6 months…I couldn’t buy it unfortunately during Christmas as my budget was not prepared. But its never late…now I can!….I hope my family will understand 🙂

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.


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Literally every top earner who has been a part of Traffic Authority has had success by driving their own traffic either via their own methods such as Facebook Ads, solo ads or most likely their own email lists. They have not had success from buying the Traffic Authority traffic packages. Unfortunately like I mentioned newbies don’t know this and they get sucked into it. And that’s why I’m calling it out as a misleading scam because whilst the premise is good it never actually works out because of the traffic quality. In my opinion this makes Push Button Profits (Traffic Authority) no better than the likes of 21 Step Millionaire Coach or Online Profits Breakthrough which also mislead people into joining a business opportunity. 

The push button commissions is a completely web based platform which is free to join. All you have to do is enter your email and fill a small form to open broker account provided to you. The system automatically connects with the broker assigned to you and performs the trade. If you already have an account at that broker website, you can’t connect the software with it manually. You will have to create a new account again with a new email ID on that broker website.
I’ve made my fair share of money online as an affiliate however in late 2016 I decided to take a stand, and create this blog No Bs Im Reviews to serve as an honest place to find reviews, and I vowed that I would only ever promote legitimate and honest products like my “no.1 recommendation”. So in my opinion you shouldn’t join Push Button Profits because even if you are able to drive signups and make money you’ll be doing it in an unethical way that doesn’t help the people you are referring to buy the traffic. Plus you’ll need to spend $1,000’s on the traffic packages in the first place to qualify to buy them.
MyPushButtonProfits.com is yet another website trying to sell a “fully automated” work from home business.  The idea of a “fully automated” business is that you do nothing – except pay My Push Button Profits – and suddenly you receive a business prepared and ready to go, that will earn you vast amounts of money with very little time or effort on your part. 

Based on its marketing the Push Button Profits is another fully automated business opportunity with the concept of simply using the system to help you earn an income with less work and effort on your part. It basically offers an affiliate program that gives you two package options, the Starter Package worth $47/month and the Top Earner Package at $144/month. The product is offered by Traffic Authority, a known multi-level marketing company that sells traffic to a website. The product comes with training tools for potential online marketers. The Push Button Profits focuses on recruiting more people to sign up to the system, thus most of the time is considered to be an unsustainable business. While the program offers high quality traffic to its subscribers in just a few clicks, there is no detailed explanation on how the system will work in traffic generation on your site.

I fully agree Armando. This basterds should be sued and charged for false advertising. My mother was scammed by a similar site and lost all her savings, money which was earmarked for me, my brother and my sister and to pay for her funeral which she didn't want to burden her kids with. These people are scum with no empathy or caring for the people they target. If I had my way I'd have them hung


I was charged $144.00 by The Traffic Authority on one of my credit cards and I can’t find a way to contact them. This is not a charge that was authorized by me. I don’t know who you are or who the traffic authority is. Before I report fraud to my credit card company I would like to correct this. Please reply since I would rather not cause you any trouble.
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