Frank, I tried PBP. Most of the emails were delivered into spam folders. I tried without success to get Eric and his team to figure out how to avoid spam folders. He ignored me. I cancelled my membership after wasting about $1,200. You are right, it is a numbers game, but if most emails are picked off by gmail’s spam filters, you can not buy enough traffic to make it work. It is definitely a scam. How much have you spent? How much have you made?
In the beginning the jackass clearly specifies that they take care of everything! Then when they sucker you in to buying that 47, or 144 dollar package to get in, then you the real you get the real surprise! This thing is a joke just like all the rest. Get you in, steal your money, then good luck trying to get it back. False advertising! Just like all the other idiots! Don't waste your money. I'd like to meet that Bechtold asshole so I can punch him in the mouth1

Traffic Authority launched back in 2014 and it’s a business opportunity based around selling traffic. When you sign up you are put through a series of training videos and shown how to buy traffic packages to promote your new business and then how you can earn 50% commission reselling these traffic packages. Essentially when you buy the traffic you can choose to send it anywhere you want however the real goal is to send it back to your unique link for Traffic Authority because then when people sign up (just like you did for example) they will go through the exact same steps you did, buy traffic and then you’ll earn 50% on the traffic purchases they buy.

Hey whats up Misha this is John Pierre Le Bourveau. So I want to shoot you a testimonial when I hit a certain number with all the coaching that we’ve done just like this this mark for me so I could know that I was really getting the results that I wanted to like kind of a point of no return as long as I kept working from it at that point I knew I’d be good. We’ve been working together for nine weeks before that point I didn’t know anything about Internet Marketing. I was brand new came to you and you’ve been coaching me since giving me tips and tricks along the way. I wanted to pay respects to one thing in particular. You had me set up in aa Aweber and GetResponse account and i’m looking out my back office of both and in one I have 4634 subscribers from zero and in the other one I have 3086 from zero. The GetResponse account is two weeks younger than the other one so one’s nine weeks old ones 7 weeks old, and in those nine weeks just with with affiliate marketing I’ve managed to make $8304.05 just with everything that I’ve done. So I just want to send some praise your way man and let you know I appreciate you. You’re great at what you do keep doing what you’re doing and I’m gonna keep doing what I’m doing and riding your coattails. I’ll see you at the top bud.
There is no scam to it. How can you call it a scam? You are given a web site with a great looking capture page and you pay for clicks to your web site and within a few days you start receiving opt-in leads from people who are interested in your opportunity. They do not guarantee SALES .They guarantee CLICKS! You are building your list for this bus ness or any other business you choose. Traffic is what every online business must have to stay in business and that is what they give you for your money!
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There is no scam to it. How can you call it a scam? You are given a web site with a great looking capture page and you pay for clicks to your web site and within a few days you start receiving opt-in leads from people who are interested in your opportunity. They do not guarantee SALES .They guarantee CLICKS! You are building your list for this bus ness or any other business you choose. Traffic is what every online business must have to stay in business and that is what they give you for your money!

I "joined" yesterday for the $47 sign up only to find I am being charged for $977. In addition I have received 3 notifications from members who are advising me that my application has been approved? I never have submitted a application!. Pryor to yesterday these people had been sending me emails every week. I should have known you never get something for nothing, success requires hard work. I have notified them that I get my money back, but even that is difficult as no contact email appears on the website. be careful.
I paid the initial fees yesterday but hesitated before buying traffic. I listened to their webinar today and made up my mind that it was way too expensive. I am so glad I waited before plunking down $220 for traffic. I’ve paid about $70 so far and have asked for a refund. Wish me luck. I am so glad I found this site and should have done my due diligence before spending a penny. Thanks so much for your work in protectecting those of us who didn’t have the information.
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.
For that matter, every affiliate for Traffic Authority is meant to be buying this traffic. Most will then use it to try and get sales. This means that the same general audience will probably be getting similar pitches over and over again. That pattern dramatically reduces the odds that you’ll make sales. Honestly, the potential was never very high to begin with.
My question to you is, how are they obtaining these clicks? If they are sending emails out to people and if that’s how they get these clicks is by using some sort of deception for people to click, where is the value in these really expensive clicks that people are suppose to pay for? In my opinion jobs and starting a business are two different things…Wow!
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As with any work from home offer, there are always going to be blatant click-bait articles and pages dedicated to outing the system as a scam.  The ironic part is that these companies are often banking on that, and take the opportunity to tell you about an “safe alternative” digital marketing company.  Guess what, they’re doing no such thing.  While we can’t say whether or not Push Button Profits is a scam, yet.  We can say that they have a money back guarantee, which is a nice way to get a feel for the program without being on the hook for a bunch of money.  
Push Button Profits is yet another money making opportunity trying to sell you a “fully automated” business opportunity. The idea of a “fully automated” business opportunity is that you pay Push Button Profits and you earn vast amounts of money with very little time or effort on your part. I hate to break it to you, but this type of business opportunity does not exist. My subscribers have requested that I take a look into Push Button Profits. Here is what I have found.

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.

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HI Nancy, when you earn the money do the brokers transfer it right away or you have to contact them and send Id and other stuff? and do you have there direct phone number that works? cuase there doesnt. and one last thing, do i have to worry that Adam said hell give his cellphone and email amd it seem like support dont know who he is? sorry for all the questions and thanks!

Any “deceptive” emails, or other forms of marketing would likely be from other members trying to do their own marketing (likely to try and save money on the various lead packages that are offered). The company would have no control over this – all they do is sell lead packages via a well-known vendor who taps into the millions of opportunity seekers out there. It takes money, persistence and patience to make any business work. The only way to see if it works is to try for yourself – at least they have a money-back guarantee (except, I’m sure, from any lead packages purchased). They’re obviously geared to the “non-biz-savvy” niche, or those who have money, but no time to devote to their own biz. Good luck and blessings….