Profit Lance Review: Another Uninspired Scam

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What if I told you that you could be making $45,507 per second and instantly become wealthy, famous, and admired?

You would surely send me $77.77 right now, wouldn’t you? Come on, already. It’s a bunch of sevens. Okay okay, obviously you’ve never heard of Las Vegas. Sevens are lucky! This can’t possibly be a scam if it’s associated with luck. Everybody wins! In the time it took you to read the previous sentences you could have made $910,140! What are you waiting for!? Do you enjoy being poor? Are you that masochistic that you don’t want to become a millionaire in the next 45 seconds? Well, fine then. Enjoy being a sucker. I’m going to go drive my gold-plated Ferrari to my diamond encrusted yacht to take to my Platinum covered private island in the Caribbean. Later, gator.

The Profit Lance Scam

Okay, so the sales pitch above may be a little extreme, but it isn’t long until we start seeing similar pitches. I’ve seen websites advocating annual salaries anywhere from $75,000 to a whopping $547,500 (seriously) for doing nothing more than basic computer a few minutes each day.

Yawn. Call me when a new concept arises. I’m tired of reviewing these websites.

The Profit Lance is one such website claiming you can make as much as $1,500 per day using their proven system to make money online. For those of you who don’t feel like opening a calculator, let me break it down for you. If we broke $1,500 into a typical 8-hour work day, you’d make 5 cents every second, $3.125 every minute, $187.50 every hour, $10,500 every week, $42,000 every month, and $504,000 every year. Not bad, for doing.. what exactly? I don’t know. I read the entire presell page and didn’t have a clue as to what would make me half-a-million dollars per year.

Honestly, I must have read 10 pages of pure fluff about how great my new life was going to be and how I need no experience or prior knowledge in order to make $1,500 a day. But, the Profit Lance website never said a damn thing about what I was going to do! I had to take it to the streets.

What You Get When You Pay Profit Lance $77

I had to take my research elsewhere because I wasn’t about to take $77 out of my bank account and willingly hand it over to a scammer. What I found was less than shocking.

I purchased the Profit Lance Course in the late Aug of this year. It is suggested you study the course before doing anything. Now the course is filled with many ebooks, videos tools etc. If you follow it step by step, you should be successful. If you have a full time job not to mention family commitments. It’s going to take you a while to go through the whole course before you actually use it.

Now most of you more than likely are like me. When I purchase something like this, I wanna get started right away. So what I did was read a little bit at a time and then tried it out. I started promoting clickbank ads. I have a website which reviews 3 systems. You can choose via clickbank product which three you want to promote.

I’ve submitted all this to hundreds of search engines and directories and so far I’m still waiting for a sale. Now to be fair, I have made a little over three dollars through the google adsense ads. They’re right, you will not start making money overnight. In most cases, it will take several months or longer before start seeing any type of profit.

I did discover one thing, most of the information in the Profit Lance Course with a little research on your part can be found on the internet for free. Profit Lance a simply done this for you. I’m not saying Profit Lance is a scam and I really don’t think it is, so far, it’s hasn’t worked for me yet.

I joined but didn’t make any money but I’m not saying that they are a scam because at the time I didn’t know anything about internet marketing. Since then I’ve found free ways to do it but I do go back just to check on how certain paid ways are done like pay per click. They give video tutorials that are informative. After I found my other internet system I haven’t tried anything else. But I’m not going to bash profitlance because their info is pretty good for someone who knows a little about internet marketing.

Profit Lance is a marketing scheme. You buy his ebook that supposedly has all information you need to refer others to buy the same ebook. It is the same circular reasoning that is prevalent in all internet marketing schemes.

I found a lot more reviews by actual people who have tried the program, but I’m not going to list them here. They’re all very similar and point to Profit Lance offering two methods of teaching you how to make money online. The first is the same Google Adwords, Clickbank, and affiliate marketing scam we’ve seen so many times here at I’ve Tried That. This is the same scam that operates under the name of data entry, home typing, or rebate processing jobs. The second method taught by Profit Lance is how to sucker others into buying into Profit Lance so you can make a commission. Google can help verify this as there are hundreds of websites with the exact same text as Profit Lance.

False Reviews

If you Google Profit Lance, you’ll come across hundreds of websites advocating how great Profit Lance is. More often than not, the author will have claimed to tried dozens of different programs before settling on Profit Lance. Now, he or she is making hundreds or even thousands of dollars per day! NOT! (Borat. Topical.)

These reviews are misleading! Never trust someone who says they’ve tried them all and that the following program is the only one found to work! The reviewer most likely hasn’t tried the program but has bought a program that instructed him to create a website, pick the highest-paying affiliate sites, and offer fake reviews to build trust in order to generate sales.

Stay Away from Profit Lance

And while you’re at it, you’ll want to avoid the following websites: rags-to-riches.com, ideal-home-business.info, clickstore.org, struckpaydirt.net, online-moneyathome.com, nothanksneeded.com, success-club.biz, thetrafficdoctor.net, and themilliondollarclub.ws as they are all promoting the Profit Lance system in order to make sales.

Now, some people are going to read this and think ‘Wow, Steve. You sure are a dumbass and couldn’t be more wrong.’ I know this because I’ve received similar emails in the past. I’m sure there are some people who paid money to Profit Lance and have actually turned a profit. But, in actuality, most people who buy into this system will just be throwing money away. You will spend months and possibly thousands of dollars trying affiliate marketing, but ultimately, you’re just wasting your time. Profit Lance won’t make you rich.

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33 Comments

  1. I highly recommend you find another course. They have some relevant information, but a lot of it is outdated. Also, as of now (from what it looks like), it is no longer a website. I emailed them a number of times requesting an email and have gotten ZERO response from them. Now I tried to go to the website today and it’s telling me the site isnt up anymore. I i think initially this site wasn’t a scam. I’m sure the methods they taught in 2009 were effective then, the site hasnt been updated since then and now I can’t even access the website. Fking rip-off.

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  2. Very, very uncool review. I’ve done extensive research into Profit Lance and I’ve uncovered quite the opposite.

    First of all, what is the source of your quoted review? They didn’t exactly bring up any points to say that Profit Lance doesn’t work. And your argument against the program isn’t very well supported.

    Clickbank and Google Adwords doesn’t equal data entry scam. That is how most people learn affiliate marketing except maybe if the direct linking technique is taught then that is a recipe for disaster as it is outdated and doesn’t really go down well with Google.

    Profit Lance although an ok program does have its negatives and if you’d done a bit more research and wanted to highlight those you would have found them.

    – There is limited support which can make for a hard time learning if you’re totally new to IM.

    – Michael Andrews is probably not Michael Andrews at all since there aren’t any pictures of his face even though there are tonnes of pictures of him.

    – The course seems to be missing a lot of info and its hard to keep up with the ever changing internet marketing landscape enough to make timely updates.

    – Some users report that its difficult to understand the course and they don’t know what to do next because of lack of guidance.

    I won’t say that Profit Lance is a scam because it does have great information but it isn’t a complete resource and you may or may not make head way depending on how fast the individual absorbs information and takes action.

    (Um, for letting me write your review for you, that would be $77.77, thank you. :))

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  3. This is a very bouncey review the way every other post is so far from the one before it. I have purchased many money making material And as far as I can see the way to financial freedom is long hard work. I’m a business owner and don’t have much Internet experience. I have a brick and morter operation that has been very rewarding. I have been doing it for 13 years which gives me knowledge and experience to fall back on.

    I bought the profit lance through a review site and so far after 4 weeks of studying a little every night I can say that the program has a ton of knowledge to arm you with. Granted I’m sure you can find it all for free, but then if you are going to try to save $77 dollars to find all the info I guess your te really isn’t worth much and you should probably be trying to look for a second job if you already have one. There were never any get rich quick claims made only numerous claims about profit lance being a long term opportunity. The videos comstanly point out how you need to practice the lessons so you get a feel for what to do and then try to see the big picture of how everything being taught all really ties together.

    I am excited to have the knowledge at my fingertips to learn and then I will put my own spin on how I will make money.

    I doubt there is anything out there that is going to ” be the one ” so it’s all about finding a program that has up to date info that you are willing to invest your time and really see it for what it is. Look at amwAy for instance. Most have tried and failed because that’s not their personality. I’m one of those people. I have also seen a few who were making 10-15k per month. Those are the people who can acost anyone on the street to come check out a meeting and sound totally excited about the opportunity.

    In fear of bouncing around like most of these posts I’m going to say good luck to all that are chasing the dangling carrot at the end of the tunnel. PLance seems to give all it claims in my opinion and I will soak in all the technics and see what happens.

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  4. This has been an interesting discussion. One fellow could not get logged in to profit lance. That’s interesting. Getting logged in? Are you serious? Profit lance is a scam article was interesting in that suggested at the end was another online business. It would be nice as well as informative to actually see/hear some substance, someones progress/steps taken/time blocking/findings/profit or loss over some period of time. Is this type of info out there?

    If this type of commentary is out there or you personally have it, shoot me an email at cham.kahari@gmail.com.

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  5. Dear Phil and Those with Phil’s mentality,

    Keep your 40-40-40 job,
    40hrs week
    40 years of work to live off of
    40% of what wasnt enough in the first place.

    Its funny you look online and go to meetings to learn how to live a better lifestyle but yet you criticize those you wish to learn from and criticize the way you want to make money, mlm/online marketing.

    most of those who will attempt to make money wont, and the fact is that no matter what program you have or the way in which you want to make money (mlm-marketing-door to door sales, actual home biz, ect.) you can make money if you take the time to learn what works from what doesnt so that you know where to allocate your time.

    this ADD society has no patience, and jump from one opportunity to another looking for the one that saves us, it is not the opportunity that will save you, it is you that must change for the opportunity to work.

    good luck to those who choose to make a better life for themselves and their families.

    go to school and get a higher paying job.

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  6. A once went to some MLM meeting and listened to the speakers hypeing
    the opportunity. I thought that these people although they don’t look any
    different are not normal people. A psyciatrist wrote a book “The Sociopath
    Next Door” . It says that about 4% of adults are sociopaths who have no
    conscience and will lie, cheat and steal to get ahead. The don’t care what
    harm they may do to others. I think internet marketers and and MLMr’s are
    sociopaths the book talks about.
    The FTC should require proof of profitability of any oppurtunity before it
    can be legally promoted. That would put an end to most all internet
    and MLM scams. The average earning of any one in MLM is less
    than $1000 a year.

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  7. Thanks Joe thankyou . i will look at this thankyou

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