Profit Point Autonomy Review (Is It The Real Deal?)

Hello and welcome to my Profit Point Autonomy review.

I came across Profit Point Autonomy after receiving an email about it, which basically claimed I could start making fast, easy money online.

That email took me to a video of a guy named “Mason Brown” who said that his secret money making app could make me over $500 per day online, without doing any real work.

I was skeptical, but also a little curious.

So I decided to take a closer look to see if it was legit or just another overhyped scam to avoid. And what I discovered was that, surprise surprise, there is no money making app.

Turns out the whole thing is fake and a scam designed to get your $47.

As a result, there’s no way I could recommend Profit Point Autonomy to you in good conscience. It may sound exciting, but it simply doesn’t live up to the hype.

What Is Profit Point Autonomy?

Profit Point Autonomy is a site that claims to help you make $500 or more per day online. And according to the website, you earn money by using their “secret app” that creates special money making websites for you on complete autopilot.

In other words, it claims to be a “push button” money making system.

The man in the video, Mason Brown, claims that he’s a rich internet guru who’s made millions online. And now he’s sharing his system with 300 lucky people. So all you need to do is hand him your $47 and the money will flood your bank account.

As with most scams, all of this sounds exciting.

But if you follow through and actually buy Profit Point Autonomy for $47, you’ll find the reality is completely different. There is no money making app, there is no system – the whole thing is fake and designed to make them rich, at your expense.

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What you really get, is some basic information on making money online with affiliate marketing. So while some would state that getting “something” for your money means it’s not a scam, I personally beg to differ.

The main reason people join this is because they want a push button money making website or app, that makes you $500 or more per day. And that is simply not what you get. And I doubt the training you do get access to will help you make money with affiliate marketing either.

How would I know?

Because I earn over $10K per month doing affiliate marketing with a website. I understand this business model very well, so I KNOW when something is pure hype.

But I don’t expect you to just take my word for it, so in the next couple sections, I’ll walk you through the difference between how affiliate marketing works and how Profit Point Autonomy works. That way you can see the difference between something real versus a scam.

How Affiliate Marketing Works

Affiliate marketing is a business model where you earn commissions promoting other companies products online. The basic idea is to partner with companies like Amazon and promote their products on your website. When someone buys through your affiliate link, you get paid.

There are 10,000’s of companies you can work with, Amazon is just one example. And there are millions of products you can promote to the (literally) over 4 billion people online.

It’s a very real, legitimate business that can be quite lucrative. But it’s not a get rich quick scheme either. You need proper tools, training and mentoring if you want to create a successful affiliate business.

There are no shortcuts, just scammers selling “the dream” of “push button riches” because that’s how THEY make their money. Off of people who simply don’t know any better.

How Profit Point Autonomy Works

The way Profit Point Autonomy works is similar to many other scams I’ve exposed over the years. It all starts with an email (like the one I received) which leads you to a sales video.

This is where they make a bunch of wild claims about making easy money online. In this case, Mason claims you can make $500 per day by virtually pushing a button.

From there, you are encouraged to buy the system for $47.

They make out as if “spots are limited” or that “time is running out” too. Because that way, you’re more likely to buy on impulse without doing your homework as you are now.

Anyways, if you do end up buying, the first thing you see are a bunch of more expensive offers (called upsells) that they pitch to you immediately after buying. So even though it only costs $47 to join, the real costs often end up much higher.

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Eventually, once you either buy or skip the upsells, you get access to the members area. Which as I mentioned contains some basic training about making money online through methods like affiliate marketing.

I’m not kidding when I say this is stuff you could find for free online. It’s not very comprehensive in my opinion and won’t help you make money online at all, let alone $500 per day.

As you can imagine, it doesn’t take long for people to work out that the whole thing is fake and that there is no money making app or website. You’ve been scammed.

But by then it’s too late.

There’s no getting a refund and it’s virtually impossible to reach anyone by phone or email. I get emails from people who’ve joined this and other programs all the time, asking me how to get a refund. And what I tell them is always the same – take it as a lesson learned and move on.

Who Should Join Profit Point Autonomy?

The only people I would recommend Profit Point Autonomy to are those who like the idea of losing money and time on a complete scam. That’s about it.

There is no logical reason to join this.

And even if losing $47 (or more if you buy the upsells) doesn’t bother you, keep in mind that sites like that often SPAM you and sell your email to other scammers. So the end result of giving these people your email, which is essential to join, is getting scammed AND spammed.

Is Profit Point Autonomy a Scam?

Some might argue that Profit Point Autonomy isn’t a scam since you get access to some training after buying. And I guess if you don’t mind paying for stuff that doesn’t help you, that’d be true.

On the other hand, there is no money making app or website that makes you $500 per day on autopilot, as the video suggests. So this IS a clear cut scam in my view.

The sad thing about systems like this is that they’re really playing on a person’s desire to make quick and easy money. That’s who they are targeting.. people who are new to the online worked and don’t understand that this sort of thing is just pure nonsense yet.

Which is a real shame, because if you quit after joining a scam like this, you are letting the scammers win and cheating yourself out of creating a REAL business.

So as hard as it can be after losing money to something like this, know that you CAN be successful online. All you need is the right tools and training, and to learn from real people who actually make real money online.

Bottom Line

Profit Point Autonomy is a site that claims to help you make $500 or more per day online. And according to the website, you earn money by using their “secret app” that creates special money making websites for you on complete autopilot.

But it’s total nonsense.

The reality is completely different to this and as such I won’t be recommending Profit Point Autonomy. There’s simply no way I could suggest you join this in good conscience.

Of course, what you decide to do from here is up to you.

I had to learn the hard way myself, so I totally get the desire to see if it works anyway. I didn’t even look for reviews when I was first getting started. I just thought to myself “what if this one was different” until I was scammed enough times to (finally) learn my lesson LOL.

Either way, my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join. As with anything I review, my aim is just to share my opinion based on what I found, so hopefully this helps you make a more informed choice either way.