iProfit Review – Is It Just A Waste Of Money?

Welcome to my iProfit review. The three guys behind this product are well-known to this blog, unfortunately for all the wrong reasons. I’ve reviewed a number of their previous products with less than impressive results.

In fact these guys are so well-known in the IM community for their sub-standard products and rehashes that to some people you only have to mention their names and they know the product is going to be total rubbish.

I, on the other hand like to give people a chance to show they can change, however even I have to admit that my patience is beginning to run thin. This may well be their last chance to show me something different in terms of both product and quality.

Although this is a new product there are quite a few reviews on Google already and I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but not only do they all say how good this product is, but they all bonuses to give you if you buy through their affiliate link.

It seems to be a contest nowadays to see who can offer the most bonuses! Don’t get me wrong bonuses are great, everybody loves a bonus, but when the bonus becomes more important than the product they’re meant to be reviewing then I think it’s time they all took a long hard look at themselves.

Most of them don’t even know if the product that they’re reviewing is even any good for you and they don’t seem to care either as long as you buy it through them.

Well if that’s what you want and are more interested in how many bonuses you can get than actually finding out if this product does what it claims it can do then you might as well leave now, it’s not that I want you to leave, far from it, but you’re not going to get any bonuses here.

What you will get is an honest review of the product so you can make a more informed decision as to whether it is any good or not. So without further ado let’s dive in.

NAME: iProfitiprofit review

OWNERS: Billy Darr, David Kirby

& Justin Opay

PRICE: $22.95

WEBSITE: http://iprofit.io

#1 recommendation for making money from home

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what is iProfit about

According to the sales page what we have on our hands here is a brand new software that is going to instantly create a money page and also drive free traffic automatically all in as little as 48 seconds!

I really don’t know who comes up with rubbish like this.

iprofit sales page headline

Their last product I reviewed said get buyer traffic in 52 seconds or less and that turned out not to be true, so I wouldn’t take too much notice of that if I were you.

sales video

So this is good news for you if you haven’t got any experience and don’t really know where to start or if you have no technical expertise.

The funny thing is they’re saying this is for you if you are suffering from “shiny object syndrome”. If people like this didn’t keep releasing product after product all promising untold riches then perhaps people wouldn’t suffer from it as much.

This software is meant to create “beautiful” proven to convert money pages right? Take a look at what it produces

iprofit money pageI know they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but that’s taking it to the extreme. And they reckon that anybody that sees that is instantly going to want to buy whatever it is you’re promoting. Yeah right, I believe you.

See that section where it says ‘bonuses offered‘ well where do you get them from? and what if you don’t want to offer a bonus?

There is no option to remove that section so you’re stuck with it looking that. Now, a lot of the time the product vendor will have his own bonuses that you could offer, but that means you’re just going to end up like everyone else offering the same bonuses.

Then of course you’ve got the free traffic generation that will flood your new money page. Wanna know how that’s going to happen?

You connect your Blogger, Twitter, Livejournal, Instapaper and Write social accounts and this will post your “money page” to these sites and you’re then supposed to just sit back and watch the money roll in.

I’ve got to ask, how many of you actually believe that? I don’t think there’ll too many of you I’m sure.

But in a nutshell that’s what iProfit is about. It’s basically a bonus page builder.[su_divider top=”no”]

the training

If you are new then I’m sure you’re eager to know what sort of training there is. The sales page says the training is worth $297

iprofit trainingAll I can say is that if I hadn’t seen the “training” with my own eyes I wouldn’t have believed it. And that doesn’t mean it was really good, in fact it was total crap.

training area

I’m not even sure how he can call it training to be fair. It’s 5 very short videos that really don’t tell you anything at all

  • Video 1 – Overview – 4.17. This is exactly what it says it is, an overview, but you don’t even get to see anything until 46 seconds in, it just a screen with the iProfit logo on. When it does finally get going he says that in the following videos you’ll learn How the software works, How to find hot offers, How to build bonus pages around those offers, How to get traffic to your bonus pages and a real life case study.
  • Video 2 – Accessing The Software – 2.01. I don’t know if there is something wrong, but this video just shows the logo as well for the first 30 seconds. He just goes over how to register for the software.
  • Video 3 – Finding Offers – 2.36. Now this is obviously where you find the HOT offers talked about in video 1. It’s basically just looking at the top ten on Warrior+plus and JVzoo. What he doesn’t elaborate on is how you are supposed to get your affiliate link from the vendors which is a big part of making this all work.
  • Video 4 – Your First Campaign & Getting Traffic – 4.17. Again this section relies on you having approval from a vendor to promote their product which isn’t as easy as it sounds if you are new. If you do get approval then what he tells you to do is just fill in the template in the software with what it says on the sales page. He makes no mention of where to get the bonuses.
  • Video 5 – $423 Case Study – 3.11. The last video is the case study, unfortunately it’s from an old product called iTraffic x and it’s about video marketing!!

So there you have the “Training” it doesn’t really tell you a great deal, in fact the most important aspects of it are totally missed. On purpose? I don’t know, but I suspect they were.[su_divider top=”no”]

the oto’s

As I’m sure a lot of you know by now I’m not the biggest fan of upsells mainly because I find the whole idea of trying to sell you more stuff even before you try the one you brought is just plain ridiculous.

And not to mention expensive, some products have upsells that can run into the hundreds of dollars, but the horrible part about that is that a lot of the time the upsells aren’t covered by the money back guarantee.

People are buying them thinking that it’s OK if they don’t like them they can easily get their money back under the guarantee, but unfortunately that’s not always the case as some of my readers found out to their expense. You can see what they have to say in the comment section here.

Back to the oto’s for this product. There are an incredible 5 upsells after you buy the front end product, they are:

  • OTO #1 – Ultimate Edition – $67
  • OTO #2 – Emerald Edition – $47
  • OTO #3 – Sapphire Edition – $47
  • OTO #4 – Luxury Edition – $47
  • OTO # 5 – Pink Diamond Edition – $197

So as you can see that little lot adds up to a cool $405. They all have something different in them like the Sapphire edition has 23 video tutorials, but if the video training in the front end is anything to go by you wouldn’t be missing out on anything.

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final thoughts

The claims being made on the sales page are totally misleading. That “money page” if you can call it that is just hideous and you’re meant to be promoting that to your social media accounts, you’ll be a laughingstock.

Where on earth are you meant to get the bonuses from? AArrrggh BONUSES. See what I mean, people are becoming obsessed with delivering bonuses.

In the “training” he even says just put in what the sales page says, absolutely no mention of actually trying the product. How do you know if it’s any good or not.

You can’t just repeat the sales page although I do see it done, but it serves no purpose to your customer. you need to know if it’s going to help the people you’re promoting it to or if it’s just a rip off.

Who is going to use this? Well I’m pretty sure I can answer that one. This is aimed at newbies, no doubt about it. The reason I say that is quite simple really, anyone with any experience is going to see straight through this.

Someone who is new and looking to perhaps venture into the MMO world isn’t going to know stuff like this doesn’t work.

Needless to say I won’t be approving this one, sorry boys.

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About Sharon

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8 thoughts on “iProfit Review – Is It Just A Waste Of Money?”

  1. These guys are putting out two year old software and not even changing the sales page. If you are just working the make money promoting crappy software than you might need this course. If you truly want result there is legitimate software that can be had for free that does more than this bunch offers. The only produce sales page for minimalist software offers and they just rename rehashed offers . If you are an expireanced marketer than most already know Billy Darr and Justin Opal sell crapp for software. If you can get them to work at all they do not have any reason to make a succesful product for you to have a succesful outcome. I deleted these guys but they keep finding someone to promote their junk so it keeps circulating. Avoid if you intend to be a realistic money earner. Their software is not your answer to making money online

    • Hey Steve, thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. The main problem I see is not the experienced marketers but the people who are new and don’t know who these guys are and really believe their software will do what the sales page says it will

  2. Thank You , Saved me an hour or longer studying before buying. Looks like total crap unless you are specifically in the IM arena.

    I was expecting it to do exactly what it does.. Not much.

  3. Lol – Maybe you need to create a new page called Worst of the Worst and highlight the serial offenders like Billy Darr and Justin Opay. They are notorius for release junk product after junk product.

  4. 1. I like the idea of bonuses in theory. But marketers have taken it and made it into a contest of how many bonuses they can provide. Often times I’ve noticed vendor bonuses will simply be some of their old courses. The thing about bonuses for me is applicability: will they be of use to the customer? Can the customer use it to help them get results? It’s gotta be about more than just throwing together random bonuses that in all likelihood will increase the clutter and won’t get used.

    2. Whether intentional or not, it appears a lot of marketers do not know what the definition of an “honest review” is.

    3. I can’t tell you how many marketers write their emails, or reviews on their website, where it is basically a copy and paste of the sales page. I don’t know if I should trust anyone who does that, since it could indicate that they haven’t actually been through the product, and they may just be promoting it cause they’re good friends with the vendor.

    4. Aren’t these the same guys that released The Sales Bot?


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