The 7 Minutes Daily Profits Review | A Great Opportunity for 2019 or Just Another Opportunistic Grab

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Another day, another “opportunity” promising easy money with little to no work effort. Today’s post, The 7 Minutes Daily Profits Review, is all about checking out this potential deal and seeing if it’s all it claims to be. We’ll cover why I bothered to write this post, what the 7 Minutes Daily Profits program offers and what you get from it, pros and cons, red flags and offer up my opinion at the end.

As you know, there are many opportunities out there. Some are legit, and others are questionable at best and, more than not, just a scam to get your money. That’s why this site exists. To review programs and platforms and help you to make an informed decision.

Yes, I have my favorite opportunities but, in the end, only you can determine if something is the right fit for you, but I hope these posts help inform you so you can make that determination.

Let’s get started with The 7 Minutes Daily Profits Review…


Why Did I Write The 7 Minute Daily Profits Review?Why Did I Write The 7 Minutes Daily Profits Review?

I kind of touched on this in the introduction above, but, the real goal is to give you the information you need to make an informed decision for yourself. Too many times I’ve seen people just say “Look, so-and-so doesn’t like this, so I don’t either” vs. actually taking the time to do a bit a research, check out competing reviews, maybe even signing up and taking a look for themselves.

Now, I’m not saying to ignore other people’s reviews, after all, I’m hoping you listen to mine. What I’m saying here is “Take it with a grain of salt and weigh it against other information.” Many times, those touting the benefits of a particular program or item are making a commission from selling it to others.

Take my recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate, for example. I genuinely love this platform. That said, I do make a commission if you do sign up and end up upgrading to the Premium membership, etc. (assuming you followed my link to sign up in the first place). Still, I only promote it because I believe in it and am a paying member myself. That’s why I suggest you start with the free Starter account. That way you can check it out and see for yourself if it’s right for you or not.

I guess what I’m saying is “Don’t be a lemming and follow others blindly. Gather the data, make comparisons, see if it makes sense and then decide.

Now, that I’ve said all of that, let’s see what the 7 Minutes Daily Profits program offers and what you actually get…

What Does it Offer and What Do You Get?What Does it Offer and What Do You Get?

So, to hear their spiel on it, the 7 Minutes Daily Profits program is all about making hundreds in profits daily in as little as 7 minutes of effort each day. As with most “opportunities” like this one, nothing is really said as to how it’s actually accomplished. Instead, you see a bunch of testimonials and whatnot, designed to show you how successful this system is.

The short answer is, the 7 Minutes Daily Profits system teaches you about affiliate marketing through email and running solo ads to drive customers to your landing pages.

Here’s what you really get…

Access To The Members Area

This is a basic membership site organized by categories and sub-categories. They include; Welcome, Premium Traffic source, Create your site, View Your Websites, Add 5X Commission Sites, Profit Booster, Unlimited ROI Traffic, Click Commission Activator, FAQ’s, and Contact Support.

Video Module 1

Module 1, located under the Premium Traffic Source category, offers eight videos ranging from telling you what solo ads are to buying them.

Video Module 2

Module 2 offers up an additional 13 videos ranging offering information on A/B Testing, Bait Overview, Thank You Pages, Buying Your First Solo Ad, and more.

During your training and the actual building of your site(s), which is really just setting up landing pages, you’ll set up an account with an autoresponder service, GetResponse, be prompted to purchase an upsell and a few other things.

What’s interesting to note is, this is actually a legitimate training system. It just purports itself to be more than it is and some of that training is outdated

Now, let’s see if it’s really worth it…

Fake TestimonialLet’s Talk Pro’s and Cons

As with any product or program, there are pros and cons. The 7 Minutes Daily Profits offering is no different. Let’s compare:




Believe it or not, the training is pretty-much legit. There’s valid information presented that can be useful, although very basic, to many.


The initial price is appealing. $9. Yes, $9 is the price of admission. Now, before you go out and buy it, see Price under the Cons section for more information.

Money-Back Guarantee

I don’t know if they honor it, but they do claim to offer a 100%, no questions asked, money-back guarantee.



I know I listed training in the Pros section above but I have to list it here as well because much of it is stale or out-of-date. That’s not to say it isn’t useful but instead that it can be found elsewhere, many times for free, in a more current form.


$9 is very tempting. Many people pay that for a burger at lunch or a couple of cups of coffee each day. What they don’t tell you, until you’ve bought in is about the upsells and their prices. There are two that I discovered running $147 and $127 respectively. That’s quite a jump from the initial buy-in price. And that’s not even taking into account the cost of the pay-per-click ads you’re expected to set up to drive the traffic.

Landing Pages

If you use this system, you don’t own your landing pages. They actually reside on this platform’s servers.

There are more, but I chose to include them in the next section…

UrgencySome Red Flags to Consider

There are certain things I look for when evaluating potential opportunities. While there are things I find in common with legitimate offerings, there are also things in common with more suspect ones. Here are a few of the red flags to pop up with the 7 Minutes Daily Profits program:

Blowing Smoke…

I cut that line a bit short, but you know where they’re blowing it. Come on, hundreds of dollars with no effort and for a very low price. I’ll file that away in the cabinet I keep in my unicorn barn. It’s just not true. Unrealistic claims and promises are always a red flag for me.

Questionable Owner

I can’t find anything out about this Vince guy. Does he really exist, or is this just a fake person. This is another tactic that’s common with suspect programs. Putting a face to an offering is a way to make it more personable and trustworthy. Doing so reduces your defenses to a degree.


This is very common with most suspect opportunities I review. The testimonials are nothing more than productions from paid actors. I’m sorry, if you have to pay others to pretend they’ve made money using your system, that’s just scammy. The 7 Minutes Daily Profits program uses this tactic.

Fake Urgency

Like so many other questionable platforms, 7 Minute Daily Profits employs scare tactics to get you to take action. The biggest one is the threat that the offer will expire in X day or hours. If you go to their website, it will say “Warning! This page will be removed @ midnight on <today’s date> – Act Now!” and, just like those other platforms, it’s total BS.

Let’s wrap this up…


So, no that you’ve read The 7 Minutes Daily Profits Review, what conclusion would you come to? For me, I can’t call it a scam. I can say that it’s more of a predatory offering, making unrealistic claims and offering bogus testimonials to get you hooked, only to try to get more out of you, once you’ve committed to the $9 buy-in.

Although the training is acceptable, the premise and tactics used make me conclude that this is an opportunity to avoid. Again, this is my opinion, based on my research. In the end, you need to decide for yourself if it’s worth your time and money to pursue. Hopefully, I’ve built a rapport with you through this and other reviews on my site, that my opinion has some weight in your decision-making process and you trust me enough to take it into account. In the end, I want to help you be successful, and I try to offer the facts that I think will lead to that end.

As you know, assuming you’ve read my other posts, I do have a preferred online business building platform.  Do yourself a favor and click on the banner below to read my review of it.

The Wealthy Affiliate Review

Now, I’d like to hear from you. What do you think of the 7 Minutes Profits program? Have you already tried it? Are you thinking of trying it? Do you have another perspective to offer? Did I miss anything? Please let me know by commenting below.

Thank you,

Scott Hinkle


20 thoughts on “The 7 Minutes Daily Profits Review | A Great Opportunity for 2019 or Just Another Opportunistic Grab”

  1. Gerald says:

    “still, I only promote it because I really believe in it am a paying member myself”
    while you believing in it can be part of the reason you promote it, it is NOT the “only” reason when you make a commission. When you make a commission on something that is always at least some percent of your motive – don’t lie.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      While I can make a commission from my referral, in order for me to do so you would need to go premium (assuming you followed my link to join in the first place). Truthfully, I’d recommend WA even if I didn’t have the possibility of making money.

      If you go back and look at many of my posts, a lot of my links are direct and not affiliate links. I’ll promote what I believe in whether they offer a commission or not. Don’t fault me for opting to make a commission from them if they do offer that option. If my motivation were to strictly make money I’d only provide links to offers that give me something in return.

      I’m sorry if you think my motivation isn’t as I’ve stated but you’re entitled to your opinion.

      Thanks for commenting,

  2. C says:

    Great review! I was wondering if 7 minute daily profits was really all they claimed it to be. It doesn’t sound like something I’d try… Although, having never really tried it, I can’t confirm or deny its efficacy. 

    All those red flags are the ways many scams operate. They “blow smoke” somewhere, trying to hype you up into paying. They give some kind of offer that “expires soon” to press your urgency buttons. They have fake testimonials, by paid actors. It’s important, as a consumer, to get filters for those things and protect yourself from scams. 

    Good job pointing out the red flags. Like I said, I don’t know if 7 minute daily profits is really a scam, but I wouldn’t go for it due to the red flags. 

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      Thanks for commenting.  Yes, as I said, the training itself is legit, if not outdated, but the tactics are what make me say steer clear.

      There should be some sort of automated plugin that would look at an entire article and list the red flags.  I have no idea how it would operate but it would be nice.

      Thanks for commenting,


  3. Jordan Smith says:

    How I wish I saw this article earlier. I bought 7 minutes daily profits stupidly (it pains me a lot)… I don’t know what I was thinking but I just believed it (it was unusual of me). I wasn’t thinking properly when I was watching it… All the things that were said in the video were totally lies. Too good to be true I should have known better.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      Sorry to hear that man.  Still, did you find any of the training useful or relevant?  At the low price, you didn’t get hit for much and I’d argue that the info was at least worth that, even if you can find it for free and in updated formats.

      Thanks for confirming my suspicions.


  4. Wendy says:

    After reading your review and learning more about The 7 Minutes Daily Profits, I don’t think it is for me. The simple fact that it has upsells is a turn off to me. And when there is a lot of hype, it makes me a bit scared as well. So I think I’m going to pass on this company. Thank you for your incite.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      I’m glad you found my post useful.

      I agree.  I don’t really think it’s for most people.  Upsells are OK in some cases, but when they far outweigh the price of getting in, it makes you stop and wonder what else will be asked of you as you progress.

      Thanks for taking the time to comment,


  5. Anthony Hu says:

    Thank you for your post. It is a useful article for me. I started my online business a while back now and am actively looking for money-making opportunities.

    Along comes your article and the opportunity, 7 minutes daily profits. I am looking for something like this. I like your Pros and Cons analyses, which are clear and straightforward.

    From the price point of view, it is a typical scam, which lures your entering into the program by offering a low price upfront. After you start your project, they bombard you with all kinds of upsells. Without them, it is not possible to move your project forward.

    This is not program I trust thanks to your careful research. It is kind of you to share this useful information with us.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      Hello there,

           Thanks for taking the time to chime in.

      Yes, initial price lures followed by upsells are a typical tactic used by many, legit and questionable alike.  Now, when you take that bit of information and add in all the other red flags, you get a better idea of what the program is truly about.

      Thanks again,


  6. Dane says:

    Hello there, thanks for sharing this wonderful post.

    So many people go into various forms of business with a clear knowledge of what its about. Looking at this platform whose review is being made, it’s clear it’s not to be trusted even though it gives some appealing offers like money back and training. 

    I’ll advise we all look out for the owners of these businesses before going into it and their testimonies. These are some simple means to identify scam sites. Most importantly most sites with upsells are not to be trusted.

    Nice being here.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:


           It’s always a good idea to check up on a program or product before getting involved with it.  Checking on the founders and verifying the testimonials is a great way to start.

      Just be careful.  Not all upsells are a bad thing.  In the grand scheme of things, a lot of them or ones that are just so disproportionate to everything else, are but some are actually legit.

      Thanks for commenting,


  7. Carol5162 says:

    Who wouldn’t want to make lots of money in as little as 7 minutes a day only? I bet everyone wants to. But it is sad that there are people who are convinced that spending 7 minutes can turn your business into something meaningful and sustainable. Quite impossible. 

    I also do not like upsells that are not revealed upfront. I will sure get super shocked if I pay $9 thinking I am done only to be told there is over $100 more to pay.

    One thing I never fall for is the urgency trick. Thanks for this thorough review. Not wasting my time on this.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      I know, right?  I’d love to get up, spend my 7 minutes “working” and then enjoy the rest of my day.  It’s possible, if I win the lottery.  Other than that, get real.

      Yes, upsells are annoying, especially when they’re so off from the initial cost of getting in.  It’s just unreasonable to think that someone who’s willing to pay $9 will shell out $147 too.

      The urgency things are just a subconscious trigger lure and the fact that they reset daily is just offensive to me, LOL.

      Thanks for commenting,


  8. Chris says:

    I am so happy I got to your detailed product review of this “7 Minutes Daily Profits” program so I can learn if it is feasible  to earn hundreds of dollars in profits daily in as little as 7 minutes of effort each day. 

    I am particularly put off joining this program once I learnt from your review that the joining fee of $9 is not the true total cost of membership that will guarantee success in the program. I was also surprised to learn that the training program is not current up-to-date information. 

    Thanks for saving me from getting into a wrong business opportunity that I would have regretted joining. I appreciate

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      I’m glad my review saved you a few bucks!  Sadly, it’s the way of the internet.  A lot of people try to make the quick buck and really don’t provide value for your money.

      Keep looking around, you’ll find something that speaks to you.  Just be aware, to really be successful, you need to put forth the effort!


  9. Richard Brennan says:

    Great response, Scott.
    If money was the sole motive, there are a great many high ticket items out there that would give a higher affiliate commission than Wealthy Affiliate does. I’ve been involved with a few of them and did not feel I could promote them because they didn’t resonate with me and I ultimately left. A wise move with hindsight since some turned out to be cleverly disguised scams which left me out of pocket as well.
    I write positive reviews on programmes I’m not a member of and would therefore get no commission from if people decide to join on the basis of reading my review.
    To me, and to you I’m sure, that is the right and ethical thing to do.
    If someone wants to take such a cynical view, let them carry on. People join people at the end of the day. I wonder how much money this guy is making?

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      Thanks, man.

      I have to say, this is the first time I’ve had someone make an accusational (is that even a real word?) comment as to why I’m offering the recommendations I do.

      I built this site because of the training I got from WA. My first “money-making” site was actually my drone site, It started out as a test of the Wealthy Affiliate training and platform. Only after verifying their claims, through my own site, did I create a new site about starting an online business. The first post, a WA review. For those that really take a look at my site. Much of the content has nothing to do with WA but relates to building an online business; product reviews, tips and trickcs, etc.

      If this were a site dedicated to making me money, I could have taken two different approaches to his comment; 1) simply ignored it or 2) rewrote it as I saw fit.

      Most people don’t know this but as a site owner, once you submit a comment, I can do anything I want with it, even change the message entirely. I’m sure there are people out there that do just that but that’s not me and I try to run an honest site. Now, I will say that I do modify comments sometimes but only to fix punctuation, spelling or rewrite a sentence that was obviously written by someone who doesn’t speak English as a first language or used a translator program, in an effort to have it make sense to my readers. In such cases, I try to keep the message true to the writer’s intent.

      Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate it.

  10. Marion Lorenz says:

    I can not believe the rudeness of some people. Yes, you may be making a commission, after all everyone like to eat! But, your motivation is to help people learn how to become wealthy or at least earn enough to be their own boss. There are many ways for you to earn an income without helping anyone else. You could be selfish and spend that time promoting products to bring you income without helping others.

    1. Scott Hinkle says:

      Although the comment felt more like an attack on my character, I don’t know what mindset the person was in when they made it. Maybe they were just saying, “Come on, you make money too.” But I took it as, “Your real reason is to make a buck”.

      Thanks for having my back though. It’s much appreciated.


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