Home Profit System Review (Real Deal or Scam?)

Hello and welcome to my Home Profit System review.

I discovered Home Profit System after receiving an email about an “amazing work at home program” that pays you to post links on the internet. It sounded interesting, so I decided to take a closer look to see if it was legit, or just another scam.

To sum it up, what I found was that Home Profit System is not what it claims to be and that “link posting” isn’t a real work at home job. Unfortunately, it's a fake work at home program that only benefits the people running it, which is why I won't be recommending it to you.

Read on for my full Home Profit System review, along with a full breakdown of exactly why I don't believe it's the best option for getting started online.

What Is Home Profit System?

According to the Home Profit System website, Home Profit System is a work at home program that pays you money to post links on the internet.

The site says that big companies, like Amazon and Walmart, are hiring people to place links for them on the internet. And that Home Profit System helps you profit from this.

The site also tells the story of a stay at home Mom named “April Matthews” who used this system to go from totally broke, to making huge amounts of money online, just by posting links from home in the same way she's going to show you how to do.

It's a convincing story, but unfortunately that's not how it really works.

Because first of all, link posting is not a real home job. Companies like Amazon and Walmart don't pay people to go out and post links for them. It just doesn't happen.

In reality, the business model Home Profit System is (loosely) basing their claims on is called affiliate marketing. Which, in and of itself, is a real business model where you get paid to promote other companies products and services using special links called “affiliate links.”

However, the problem is that Home Profit System doesn't actually provide you with any proper training, tools, or support to help you make money this way.

Instead, they make it sound like you will just signup and get paid to copy and paste links, which simply isn't true. And unfortunately, it's only after you join that you realize it doesn't work as they said, and that it's not possible to make money with this system.

What's worse, there's a bunch of expensive upsells pushed on you after joining. They claim that your “wealth coach” will help you make lots of money, but they're really just boiler room telemarketers who try to sell you even more, higher priced programs.

The whole thing is a scam.

And it's virtually impossible to get your money back once you've joined. They're very responsive at first, while you're giving them money, but they go silent the moment you request a refund.

Can You Really Make Money Posting Links?

There's no such thing as a link posting job or business. This is just something the people running Home Profit System made up to sell their fake work at home program.

But there is a small shred of truth to it…

As I mentioned earlier, link posting is loosely based on a legitimate business model known as affiliate marketing, which is where you earn commissions promoting other companies products and services online.

The way affiliate marketing works is you partner with well known companies who sell quality products, and they pay you a commission when people buy their products though your affiliate links. Even big companies like Amazon, Walmart, Target and Nike allow you to partner with them.

And it doesn't cost anything to sign up. These companies (and many more) run special programs called ‘affiliate programs' which are 100% free to join. And once you're approved, they give you a unique affiliate link so that you can earn money promoting their products.

If that's the case, then what's wrong with Home Profit System?

Well, there's a few main issues with Home Profit System:

  • First of all, they totally misrepresent the (actual) process of affiliate marketing and make it sound like a job where all you need to do is copy and paste links to get paid. Which is complete and utter nonsense.
  • Second, in order to be successful with affiliate marketing, you need real tools, training and support. Otherwise you're going to end up lost, confused and frustrated.
  • Third, it takes time to earn money with affiliate marketing. There's no such thing as a real get rich quick system. Just people who pretend there is, to sell their scam.

So to sum it up.. link posting isn't a real way to make money online. But it is related to a real business model known as affiliate marketing, which you can make money with if you have access to proper tools and training, and if you're willing to put some effort in.

Is Home Profit System Legit?

No, Home Profit System is not a legitimate money making program.

I say this because instead of helping you get started online for real, they use clever marketing to sell a fake “work from home program” that doesn't actually work.

They start by making bold claims about how easy it's going to be to make $100's per day. They make out as if you can just get some links and start blasting them all over the internet to make money. Which is complete and utter nonsense. No company pays you to do this.

Next, they direct you to call your “coach,” who's job is to convince you that spending $1,000's more (in some cases upwards of $10K) on additional products is going to help you. When in reality it just sends you deeper and deeper into debt.

And finally, once you figure out the whole thing is a scam, they make it nearly impossible to get your money back.

This is the sad reality of how this scam works and why I would simply never recommend it.

Also worth mentioning is that Home Profit System is just one of MANY versions of this scam. There are literally 100's (maybe 1,000's) of different versions of this same scam.

Some versions use the name “April Matthews” while others use “Karen Johnson” or “Cynthia Sprinter” or some other alias. It's impossible to keep up with.

Each site uses a different name for the same program, different alias' and stock photos of the person telling the “rags to riches” story, and different web addresses. It's an elaborate web of lies to say the least. But in the end, all link posting scams are essentially the same.

Bottom Line

At first glance, Home Profit System appears to be a great work at home opportunity.

The site tells the story of a “struggling single Mom” who used the system to go from rags to riches. They pretend to be endorsed by credible news sites like Fox and CNBC in order to gain trust. And they say you need to act fast because “spots are limited” in your area, so that you buy on impulse without doing your research. The whole thing is really quite clever.

Which is why many unsuspecting people fall for it.

And embarrassingly, I was one of them. I lost money to the same scam, different version, several years ago, and I made it my personal mission to warn as many people as possible about these sites ever since so that less people fall into the same trap I did.

There are real ways to make money online, but unfortunately Home Profit System isn't one of them. In reality, the only people benefiting from it are the ones running it.

So, needless to say, I will not be recommending Home Profit System, or anything like it, because I don't believe it's a legitimate way to make money online.