It can be mind boggling to sort through all the online “opportunities” out there. You can’t load a web page these days without running into some sort of “make money online” ad. Let’s face it, people are always looking for a new angle, when it comes to earning a buck, and others know it. Sadly, not all of them are reputable, trustworthy folk.
Because of this demand, new (or at least seemingly new, more on this later) products and programs are constantly popping up. How do you figure out what’s legit and what’s something you’re just throwing your money away for? Hopefully, you’re doing your due diligence and conducting a little research before you dive in. I suspect that’s why you’re reading this post now.
In the Smart Profit App Review, I’ll give you a bit of history, information on what it really offers and a few reasons why it’s probably not the opportunity for you. I’ll even go on to suggest you check out my number 1 recommended program for building a successful business online.
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Why, to help you make money of course. OK, it’s a bit more than that, but that is the main attraction.
The Smart Profit App program claims to teach you how to make a lot of money online legally and safely with little to no real effort on your part. It actually goes on to say you can start making money the same day you sign up with a few simple clicks. The program is supposedly really simple and touts that you can achieve great success with as little as 30 minutes of effort per day.
Check out their video:
Doesn’t that sound like the perfect opportunity to you? No need to really work at anything. Just put in 30 minutes and enjoy the rest of your day…only a few clicks and you’re making money, with same-day results? Sure it does! I’d even say that it sounds too good to be true. Why isn’t everyone doing it?
So first off, let me tell you that it does actually deliver some value.
The program basically consists of several PDF files, largely outdated, designed to teach you what you need to know to become an affiliate marketer. It’s vague at best and covers most topics in a more generalized fashion. You won’t find any step-by-step guidance or be able to work with a mentor to help you on your journey. You’re basically on your own.
That’s not to say the program is worthless, it does actually provide decent information buried in those pages. Sadly, much of it is out-of-date and, frankly, you can get a lot more bang for your buck, and certainly more up-to-date tips and instructions, through other platforms available online today.
Any program will have some sort of red flag. Maybe you just don’t like the price, or perhaps it simply sounds too good to be true, but everything, even legit offerings, have something that you’re just not sure about. What has me raising an eyebrow of suspicion when it comes to the Smart Profit App program? Let’s take a look…
This one is a biggie. Suggesting you can make money virtually instantly, with little to no effort, and in such a simple way that it’s literally just a few clicks and your done. Add to that, ridiculous numbers to really get your enticed. No way, not going to happen, total BS. I’m sorry but, if this were true, there’s a few things I’d do if it were my program… 1) Keep it a secret!!! I don’t want someone else taking any of my potential income. 2) Vanish. I’d get this miracle program up and running, buy my yacht and travel the world. I wouldn’t be sitting here sharing it with anyone and everyone. 3) I wouldn’t waste my time selling the secrets to this great program for such a low price. If I’m making the money I claim from this program, why would I bother with this financial waste of time ($37 for each sale)?
There’s a lot of talk about making money, how easy it is and so on but no actual substance. Nowhere does it say, you’ll make money by doing X. All it says is, just a few simple clicks. I’m sorry but if your program is legit, share the plan. Maybe not the actual details, but at least give us an idea of how the program really works.
It’s like saying I’ll teach you to be a network engineer, an in-demand $100,000+ annual income job, for $500 and not tell you how I plan to do it, what’s expected of you, how much time it will take and so on. If I came up to you and said that, with nothing to back up my claim other than vague statements, would you take me up on it?
We don’t know who this Robert guy really is. It’s just some anonymous person making claims. We have no way of finding him (or her), verifying their identity, nothing. I don’t trust a source I can’t connect with or at least find some information on. It’s a lot like fake reviews. I just don’t trust it.
Take a look at my about me page here. I tell you who I am, what I enjoy doing, give you a little history, etc. I even provide multiple ways for you to contact me here. BTW, that pic in my profile is of me on a sailboat in San Francisco Bay. It’s really me, not some paid for actor. I expect the same from others whose programs I am considering.
Do you remember the reference to “seemingly new” I made at the beginning of this post? This one made me laugh. Robert actually references something called Smart Cash App in the video instead of Smart Profit App. If you do a little digging, this “opportunity” actually goes by many names; Smart Profit App, Smart Cash App, Fast Cash App and so on. This is nothing more than slapping lipstick on a pig and calling it something else!
At the very least, change the look, not just of the cover but of the actual site used to provide the program. Make it appear different. Heck, take some time and update it a bit too. If you’re so proud of this program that you want to share it with others, give it some love and attention. Don’t just slap a new name on it and try to sell it as something new.
Upsells are nothing new and many legitimate programs have them. What’s upsetting here is, several are offered, not just one or two, and, just like the main program, not much information is provided as to what you’ll actually get if you buy into one of them.
If you want more of my money, tell me how it will actually help me to get to that $10,000 a day gold mine you’re flaunting. I’m not about to pay $177 just because you say it will lead me to the $10,000 a day goal. I need substance, not empty promises.
I’m sure there’s more but these 5 reasons alone are enough for me to steer clear.
In short, yes. Many of the teachings in this program are still valid today. That said, many are not and what worked 4 or 5 years ago, may not now. Doing business online is an ever changing endeavor. To be successful you need to adapt to changing markets and keep up to date on the latest trends, training and agreements.
As an affiliate marketer, I have to be aware of any policy changes with my affiliates and make sure I stay compliant or I might find myself cut off from a particular source. This is where a truly evolving program can make all the difference in the world.
Why do I recommend you steer clear of the Smart Profit App? Really it boils down to several red flags and the fact that you can find better, up-to-date, information out there. It actually very similar to another program I reviewed, not too long ago, and also recommended be avoided. To top it off, in the introduction video, on the main website, it goes on to day that this is an exclusive invitation just for you and not to share it with anyone. Really? By going to the website I was somehow exlusively invited? Come on.
If you are truly interested in a platform that, not only is dedicated to teaching you how to build a successful business online but also, provides you with the tools, services and ongoing education to meet and even exceed your goals, do yourself a favor and check out my Wealthy Affiliate Review.
So, what do you think of this Smart App Review? Do you have experience with that program? Did I miss something you think should be included in this review? Did I get something wrong? Please let me know by commenting below. I’d love to hear what you have to say.
6 thoughts on “The Smart Profit App Review | Exceptional Program or Scam? | 5 Reasons to Steer Clear”
Smart Profit App is an amazing platform which has been helpful for disciplined and serious minded people. It contains a lot of relevant information about business but some it should have been updated.
Lack of updates make some of their e-books look outdated. Also, they promise a get rich quick program which is unrealistic unless you work hard and become disciplined.
There’s nothing new in this world, the project you are talking about might have been executed by another fella, so the idea of them copying other brands is not taken well by me. In as much as it is helpful, that’s enough.
I agree, there is useful information in the program documentation. Sadly, there’s no real support structure and much of it is out of date. As for the get rich quick claim, it’s just unrealistic altogether and, even with hard work and discipline, won’t be a quick buck.
They say the copying someone else is the ultimate form of flattery but I think it’s more the person trying to either make a quick buck with doing little work themselves or looking to change their appearance (maybe the old name has been sullied, etc.).
Thank you for taking the time to comment,
I enjoyed reading your article and the five reasons you stated. There are thousands of scams that make you believe how easy it is to become rich from creating an online business with just a few clicks.
I agree with you with that any program that has multiple red flags it is a scam. Two months ago, I was searching for a legitimate program to start my online business.
The only trusted program I found is Wealthy Affiliate. You can tell this is a good program because there is no pressure at all to become a member, no red flags, or fake messages. They tell you all you need to do is to follow the lessons step by step to succeed.
I’m glad you enjoyed reading my article. You’re right, there are a lot of scams out there.
That’s awesome that you’ve found WA already. From what you’ve written here, I take it you’re enjoying the platform and can tell it’s the real-deal. It’s true, they don’t make wild promises or tell you it won’t take work. They tell it like it is.
Thanks for commenting,
This Smart profit app is one of a host of programs,that do not do what they claim, making claims which are not fulfilled.
All of these schemes have red flags which are similar:
1) They promise outrageous profits ($13,127.00 per week), with very little work attached.
2) They all have multiple upsells which, if you buy them, will multiply your profits.
3) They usually have an anonymous owner that you can’t get hold of to answer questions, or help you with problems with the scheme.
Another snag is that there are no clear guidelines, on how you are are to operate, no clear instructions, that you have to follow, to achieve this fabulous income.
On investigation, it is found that a lot of the teachings in the program, are out of date, making this a deal, which should be avoided.
You nailed it. Too many red flags to be a legit opportunity.