Do Not Sign Up for the Home Income Profit System

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Rating: 0 Stars. Negative stars. A frowny face. 10 thumbs down. So incredibly low it doesn’t even register on our rating scale.

Pros: Absolutely none.

Cons: The entire system is designed to get you to hand over your credit card information so they can bill you each month for useless services that you neither need nor signed up to receive. They make vague claims about earnings, no mention of the work you’ll do, and pressure you into giving them your credit card information.

Our Recommendation: Avoid this one at all costs. It’s not a way to make money online. It’s a system designed to milk as much money from you as possible. We’ve reviewed much more legitimate companies that will show you the way. Click here to see our top recommendation. Best of all, no credit card info is required to get started.

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How would you like to make thousands of dollars in seconds by doing little to no work!? Sounds great, right! Well EVERYONE IN THE WORLD is jumping on this opportunity and you too can make ridiculous amounts of money by doing next to nothing. Just send me $2.97 and I’ll tell you how!

Now, excuse me while I go vomit.

The Home Income Profit System Scam

The landing page doesn’t say much. There are a few bullet points that tell you there are a ton of people using this system to make money from home and to get started all you have to do is give up your personal information for a free packet of information. You do have to pay $2.97 for shipping and handling, of course.

The next page has even LESS information, if that’s even possible to believe. There’s no mention at all regarding the work you’ll be doing, how you’ll get paid, what you’ll need to learn, or anything at all for that matter. There’s only a box for you to fill out your credit card information.

At the bottom of the page is this lovely block of text…

You will be receiving your road map to success in the mail.

By placing my order I agree to the Terms of Offer, which explain this order includes the above for just $2.97 shipping and handling. If you enjoy the trial and continue your path to making money, you will be billed a one-time fee of $139.95 and a monthly $4.95 maintenance fee. You may cancel anytime by calling: (877) 863-3088.

The conditions are and I quote “If you enjoy the trial and continue your path to making money, you will be billed a one-time fee of $139.95 and a monthly $4.95 maintenance fee.” What the hell does that mean? If I enjoy the trial. What if I don’t enjoy it? Will they still take the money? Of course they will.

If you dig through the terms and conditions, it says that you have three days to cancel before they start billing you. You won’t even SEE the package for two weeks, but your free trial ends after three days. The whole point of the Home Income Profit System is to hook you into a negative offer option and milk your bank account for as much money as possible.

Stay far away.

You won’t be receiving proper training on how to build a business. You’re basically paying money to get charged more money in the future.

Real training provides you with the resources and support to get started. Real training doesn’t make fake promises of thousand of dollars for no work.

How Does Home Income Profit System Compare?

I’ve Tried That has been reviewing products since 2007. In that time, there’s one program that stands above the rest. It’s free to get started, has no ridiculous hidden charges, and will help you build a sustainable income from home.

Let’s see how Home Income Profit System compares…

78 Comments

  1. Jennifer Botes says:

    Is this the same thing all over Facebook currently . Fell for a skincare sample now out of pocket with little recourse and had to cancel my cr cards. Thought Facebook would be more vigilant in the way they manage this.

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    1. Sorry to hear that you got caught out, but how do you think that these social networking sites make their money?
      They compile (using clever computer algorithms) information from postings, cross referencing it so that stuff that’s written about you by others, even without giving a full name, can be identified by various similarities and references.
      The raw data is then sold to the data list agencies to sort, before selling it to businesses and any other interested buyers. . . . . like spammers. (Have you never noticed that friends who refrain from using social networks get far less spam than those who use them all the time?).

      Chris P.

  2. Matthew Markovich says:

    Thanks for this. I’ve learn my lesson many times over and still fall for it. Now the BIG question – how do we know this isn’t a scam also?
    You say Wealthy Affiliate is the real deal. Does CONSUMER REPORTS agree? CNET? BARRON’S? FORBE’S?
    How do we know YOU are the real deal?
    just sayin’

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    1. Do any of those sites even cover Internet Marketing training products? Wealthy Affiliate is free to try. You need a name and an email address to get in the door. They don’t pull any of this hidden billing BS where you magically get charged hundreds of dollars for a free trial. They give you all the info you need to get started and then let YOU decide if it’s right for you. So, yes, it is the real deal. You are more than welcome to try it out, for free, and make a decision yourself.

  3. thanks for this informative site, was seriously considering jumping on this bandwagon until I researched your site. Still need financial help though, is there a legitimate website that someone knows of? Thanks, RR

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    1. Hey Rose-

      We have found the best program for beginners to learn how to build a business online is Wealthy Affiliate. I’ve been a member there for 6 years now and it gets better every day.

      Check out my full review of it here: http://www.ivetriedthat.com/wealthy-affiliate-review/

  4. Thanks dude i just about to sign up but as i seen the credit card credential i just check online and get the truth from you.

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    1. Glad to have helped.

  5. God bless you! I was sure it is scam. But all coments was so positive. Its great that people acrualy leave truth comments. Thanks

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  6. Thank you very much for the info! I already got the feeling that it was a scam after knowing how much money we could earn every day. But maybe because I’m a jobless and pretty much need a job and money, this “what if it’s really true?” thought came across, so I decided to give try. I filled up the information form since it says it’s free but after realizing that I also required to fill in my debit card number I decided to do some searching and found your post. It saves me! and clears my doubt about this too good to be true way of earning money at home. Thank you! ^_^

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  7. Thanks for the post and to all those who commented as well… almost applied…and I’m based in Germany…imagine the craziness that I would’ve had to go through if I DID order it and wanted to cancel it before they got my money :) Thanks again!

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  8. thank you ALLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!! i waas just about to sign up for this scam and my wife told me to do some research and i found this site…..THANK GOD AND ALL OF YOU!!!!!!!

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  9. Hmmm. If it sounds too good to be true…..well, you know. Thanks for the comments and info.

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  10. People who have been scammed on this site should call the FBI so they and investigate and hopefully put someone behind bars

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  11. Hi All,

    I almost sign up. Thanks for the alert. Cheers

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  12. I am 51 years old and are looking for an additional income.
    The “post a link” and make mega bucks sounded to good to be true. If something sounds to good to be true IT IS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE!
    What is the physical address of these unscrupulous gold diggers?
    Is it a Company (Pty) Ltd, Sole Proprietor or Partnership.
    The moment one can not see who is “getting in bed with you” DO NOT get in bed at all.

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  13. Oh my God I signed in just now and please help how do I cancel this thing.

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  14. I just fill up my information on internetrevenuesource.com which I click from perfect23.com I give them my personal info and then they ask for my credit card number but I did not give them .. Thanks God I open your website

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  15. The FTC has just found the The Tax Club, the entity that owns The Home Income Profit System and many other scams, guilty of scamming thousands of consumers of millions of dollars.

    First paragraph of the article:
    “Federal Trade Commission halted the allegedly deceptive practices of two schemes that targeted consumers hoping to succeed through home-based businesses. The defendants behind both operations have agreed to settlements that will prohibit future misconduct, and in the Tax Club case, they will surrender assets valued at more than $15 million.”

    Check to whole article directly from the FTC website:
    http://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2014/06/defendants-who-allegedly-took-millions-consumers-trying-launch-or

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  16. 63 Marine says:

    Where is the FTC in all of this????

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  17. herbert j says:

    i LITERALLY was about to sign up this morning. thank god i read this. thank you, to all of you

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  18. I was taught at a young age, never ever ever pay anyone to start a job, then when internet and all came about, my mom added and never pay anyone on internet for a job. Jobs don’t cost money when they are legit period. We as grown adults every where should know this, your online already do your research first, time saves you money, being impulsive spends your money. None of this is to sound mean, it to out this in your head, it is so you will put this out there for others. Let’s get this stopped, by warning others and getting young people smart about this now, like I was, I have never been scammed by these jobs, b/c I was taught young, but were never to old to learn, we learn something new every day right, right!

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  19. Hi, I am Swarupa from Bangalore, India. I have been trying to find a genuine money making jobs through online, but I am disappointed. Please help me with this. I am not looking for ‘get rich in a night’ type of jobs, but something from which I can make some $800 to $1000 a month. And I am ready to work hard. I would really appreciate your reply.

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  20. I was tempted to buy it too…every time i closed the browser the sign up fee became lower and lower. Glad I didn’t do it…thanks for this website

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  21. you saved me pal!!!!
    hah took out my debit card and then gave a 2nd thought to verify it on google!! it looks so authentic.

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  22. Whew!!! That was close. Almost fell for it. Thanks to all for the feedback.

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  23. About to register, thanks for your info. But please is there any genuine ones to earning money without charges? Please tell me.

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  24. I signed up for the scam for “only” $5.69. I checked my online banking after reading this and found that they had charged me for the $5.69 as well as $87.73. I went straight to their site and left a scathing message for them advising them to credit it back to my account or I would be contacting the authorities. I guess I should also contact the bank and ask them to block them from taking money. Does anyone know if there’s a way for the bank to be able to stop them from taking my money but still allow them to credit it back? Not that I expect them to actually do it but if they do it would be nice to get that money back. I just lost my job and $87.73 may not sound like much but to me right now its everything.

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