What Is Ad Profit System?


What Is Ad Profit System? Is Ad Profit System a Scam? An Ad Profit System Review.

Can you really make $5,000 per day flipping ads with the Ad Profit System?  David Smith claims his free software can make you rich within a year. However, there’s a lot he isn’t saying. Follow me to see the Devil in the details.

Product Website: adprofitsystem.com
Product Cost: Minimum $250 deposit.
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What is Ad Profit System?

What Is Ad Profit System? Is Ad Profit System a Scam? An Ad Profit System Review.
The Ad Profit System Website

The first thing you notice on the Ad Profit System website is the bold promise “Make an Extra $5000 a day using the Ad Profit System for Free.”

Ad Profit System claims to be an “explosively profitable new work from home opportunity.” We’re told if we understand the concept of flipping houses for profit, we know all we need to know to profit from flipping ads. Best of all, we can start earning today.

Meet David Smith.

The Ad Profit System video introduces us to the founder of Ad Profit System, David Smith. Listen closely, and you can hear a baby crying in the background, so you know Mr. Smith is a real father and would never lie to you. Not!

In the video, Mr. Smith tells us how he “cracked the code” and learned to make money flipping online ads. In his first year using this method, he earned $2.4 Million.

According to Mr. Smith, his free software tracks trends and analysis and makes it easy to profit from buying and selling online ads. Apparently, anyone can do it because no experience is required.

What it Costs.

All we have to do to make money with the Ad Profit System is fund our trading account and then decide if the cost of an ad will increase or decrease. This sounds a lot like trading binary options.

Although the Ad Profit System software is free Mr. Smith reminds us of two expenses, we must plan for. The first expense is “funding” our trading account. Funding is a polite way of saying put some of your real money into an Ad Profit System trading account. The minimum is $250.

Please notice that I mentioned “real money.” In a moment you’ll see why it is critical, you understand that you are giving them real money.

Later, after you have made your first $100,000 Mr. Smith insists that you donate 5% of your earnings to charity to help the less fortunate. He’s such a nice guy.

Unfortunately, you will never make $100,000 with Ad Profit System, and you will never donate 5% of your profits to charity. The truth is, you will never make a dime with Ad Profit System.

Ad Profit System is NOT what it appears to be.

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Is Ad Profit System a Scam?

The story we hear in the Ad Profit System video is exciting. Who wouldn’t want to earn $5,000 a day by simply flipping ads? Maybe you’ve already done the math and figured out that if you made $5,000 a day, you would be a millionaire in about six months. Maybe you think you have nothing to lose because the Ad Profit System is free.

Actually, Ad Profit System is NOT free, and you have a lot to lose.

Ad Profit System is a new name slapped on the tired old auto-trading scam. If you take the bait and follow the process, you’ll see that Ad Profit System is at least two scams in one and possibly three scams or more. Ultimately, you could lose thousands of dollars.

You will not trade ads with Ad Profit System. You will not make $5,000 a day with the Ad Profit System either, and you will not become a millionaire in six months.

If you join the Ad Profit System, open a trading account and fund it, you will lose money. The more money you give Ad Profit System, the more money you will lose.

Read the Earning Disclaimer!

Oh, wait, there isn’t one. Okay, then read the website agreement. Nope, can’t find it. Terms of Service? Privacy policy? Nothing but red flags.

How the Ad Profit System Scheme Works.

When you join Ad Profit System, you must give them your phone number. When you do, an “advisor” will soon call you and offer to walk you through the process of opening a trading account.

Joining Ad Profit System and opening a trading account is indeed free. However, before you can start trading, you must deposit at least $250 into your trading account. This is the first scam. There is at least one more and probably several more scams to follow.

Remember, every dollar you give Ad Profit System is gone forever.

Soon after you put $250 into your account, the Ad Profit System software goes to work. There is nothing special about the software. It’s just a simple number generator and nothing more.

Fake Money.

By the hour, it will look like you are making money. You’re not. All that is happening is the software is spitting out numbers. Within 24 hours, it will look like you made $5000 as promised. Except you didn’t. It’s not real.

The money you gave Ad Profit System went straight into the scammer’s pocket. What looks like money in your account are just numbers the software churned out. It’s not money. You can’t take it out of your account, and you can’t spend it.

The software has only created the illusion that you made a lot of money. If you fall for their trick, they will say you could soon be a millionaire if you deposited more money, say, $10,000 or more. This is the second scam.

If you give them more money, they will keep it just like they kept your $250. Once they have as much money as they can get from you, they will lock you out of your account.

That’s the Ad Profit System scam. But, it doesn’t stop there.

When you realize you’ve been scammed, someone will call you. Remember, they have your phone number. This person will pretend to be your new best friend and offer to help you get your money back from Ad Profit System.

All you have to do is pay them 10% of what you lost, in advance. They can’t get your money back. All they can do is take more of your money. The scam will continue for as long as they can get money out of you.

No Shortcuts.

There are countless variations to the auto trading scam. Ad Profit System uses the ruse of trading online ads, which makes no sense, but binary options, cryptocurrencies, and FOREX are just as plausible.

There is no such thing as auto trading software that will make you rich with just the push of a button. Anyone who promises you can quickly and easily make a lot of money is preying on your greed and trying to scam you. If you fall for it, you will only lose money.

As long as you believe there is a fast and easy way to make money online, you will be vulnerable to scams.

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30 thoughts on “What Is Ad Profit System?

  1. Thanks for exposing such a big scam! I would never have guessed. I mean, you do need to invest money into any business if you want to be doing it long-term and $250 does not look like much compared to a $40,000 brick and mortar business. $5000 per day sounds too good to be true, specially if only flipping ads. The rule of thumb is, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. That’s the first first thing to look out for; a lot of money for little work.

    1. Hi, Reyhana!

      I agree. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Legitimate online businesses know they must prove they are trustworthy. Ad Profit System doesn’t try very hard to prove you can trust them. All they really do is brag and make a lot of promises.

      Honestly, if their system is so darn good, why can’t they just let you start with $5? 

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

      1. That’s true. I’m surprised they are still online. And the sad part is, more innocent people fall victim to them the longer they stay online.

  2. Ad Profit may seem good initially on paper but the closer you look the more it’s true colors begin to show. Auto trading scams have been around forever and this is just a
    new sticker slapped on an old rusty car. I appreciate you calling out these scams when you see them to your readers. Too many people are only interested in making a quick buck off their readers.

    Thanks for not being them!

    1. Hi, Dagda!

      I appreciate your kind words. You are so right, Ad Profit System is just the same old tired auto-trading scam telling a story about a magic software that will make money on autopilot. Once you see there are hundreds, if not thousands, of these types of scams online, they lose their power to charm.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  3. Gary, your article is a great eye opener for those who are looking to make money online and just happen to fall for the first thing they see; I cannot tell you how many times I almost did before I woke up and started doing extensive research.

    I want to go on record as saying that your piece is a welcome breath of fresh air; there are too many people who want to start their own businesses and cannot catch a break nor have money to waste on the wrong system.

    Your piece is a shining light in the darkness that is online business scams.

    1. Hi, R.J.!

      Thank you for your kind words. You have made my day.

      Ad Profit System is a real stinker of a scam too. As you mentioned, people who just want to know how to really make money online get entangled in these scams. For some people getting scammed is just part of their online education and they try again, but other people are financially crushed by a scam like Ad Profit System. These people give up, never knowing that with the right training, they could have changed their lives for the better. And perhaps changed the history of their family for generations. 

      I want to assure everyone that you can make money online. If you stick with it, you can make a lot of money. The truth is, once you know a few basic skills your earning potential is unlimited. However, you must get the right training and commit to your success. If you want to get a real work at home job, I suggest you read my article Work at Home Jobs.

      If you want to build an online business that earns money around the clock, I recommend the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course. Enrollment is free and the first ten lessons are free too. To learn more, Click Here.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  4. Ok, I already have a problem with this having a minimum $250 deposit. This sounds like a business my sister wanted to buy into several years ago, but she had to send several hundred dollars to to “so called” business owners oversees, before they would send her the information she needed to get going.

    I’m sorry, but this would make a great late night infomercial that I would quickly turn off (not the review, but Ad Profit).

    I appreciate your review on this and I like how you also offer real ways to make money.

    1. Hi, Rick!

      I hope your sister did not send those guys any money. The moment someone wants you to send them money that cannot be traced or retrieved, you know you’re about to be scammed.

      Scams like Ad Profit System all start with a $250 deposit. That’s the small scam. The scam continues until the mark realizes what is going on or runs out of money.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  5. Thanks for the info. What I have found working in the online space is building an online business takes work and anything that promises lots of $ for no work is usually a scam. Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model like you said. I am learning and growing my business in the online affiliate marketing space and am so happy to have found an online business model that works. Keep up the reviews! Keep shedding light on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the online business community.

    1. Hi, Evan!

      Thanks for your kind words. You bring up a great point about building a legitimate online business. It takes time and work. 

      It surprises me that many of the same people who would spend four years of their life and go tens of thousands of dollars into debt for a college degree, expect to make money instantly and easily online.

      If someone would work as hard building an online business as they would have to work to complete a college degree, they would never have to job hunt again and would probably make a lot more money.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  6. After reading your article about the adprofitsystem and what is on their website and especially what is not, I cannot believe people will fall for that. Then again, so many of us will fall because it gives them hope on a better future. This is so blatantly a scam that you wonder how these guys get away with it. Is anybody in the world trying to unmask these people and prosecute them? Anyway, thanks for enlightening us.

    1. Hi, Jerry!

      There are several websites that work to expose scams like Ad Profit System. Also, the worse scam websites are blocked in the US.

      I agree. It looks like a blatant scam to us, but to someone who is desperate, it may seem to be the answer to their prayers. Just this week I was contacted by an elderly woman on a fixed income who lost $16,000 to a scam. Another person was scammed for $76,000. Neither one will ever get their money back.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  7. Hi Gary

    Any site that makes a promise like ‘Make an Extra $5000 a day using the Ad Profit System for Free.’ has surely got to ring alarm bells for most people?

    The sad thing is that scam outfits like Ad Profit System unfortunately rip off far too many innocent people who fall for their promises and lies.

    Nobody becomes a millionaire in 6 months unless you happen to be lucky enough to win the lottery and we all know how unlikely that is.

    There are genuine business opportunities out there which all involve effort and time. Anything else should be treated with absolute caution as you have clearly warned.

    ~Mark

    1. Hi, Mark!

      Great words of wisdom. You are so right. There are genuine business opportunities to be had. Unfortunately, some people are so busy chasing “get rich quick,” they miss the real deal.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  8. Dear Gary,
    I love how honest you are with this review!
    Scams like Ad Profit System only survive because some people are either super desperate or super lazy.
    And then they pay twice…
    I believe that you must spend some time to build a strong foundation online, and then actually make the 5k a month of REAL money!
    Thank you for the review 🙂

    1. Hi, EvilGodness!

      I appreciate your kind words. I hate what scammers like Ad Profit System does to people, but love exposing them. These scams do prey on the desperate and lazy, but they also know how to get into our heads and exploit shortcuts in out logic. You’d be surprised how many regular people fall for scams. I’ve been taken more than I want to admit.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  9. I appreciate articles that let me know when to pay attention to what they are not saying when companies are trying to get you to sign up.

    Ad profit sounds like something I should not waste my time on!

    However, your recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate sounds like a real legitimate business opportunity.

    1. Hi, Jamie!

      Ad Profit System pitches the ridiculous notion that you can make money buying and selling ads. There just isn’t such a market. What’s really happening is they are pitching the same old binary option scam. A real loser.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  10. Hi Gary, thanks for exposing these utter scammers. Honestly my jaw was dropped with disbelief whilst I was reading this. The gaul of some people, they just don’t care one not about how low they go. We need more people like you exposing them as so many people are vulnerable to this kind of thing, especially those who are looking for an easy buck. 

    As with everything in life, you get out what you put in, and if you want to build a long term successful business then you should do it on a platform like Wealthy Affiliate. 

    The training is concise and easy to follow and it has the advantage of having a whole community of successful marketers ready to help you if you get stuck. I cannot recommend it enough to anybody who is serious about making money online.

    1. Hi, Stephanie!

      I’m convinced that scammers, like the ones behind Ad Profit System, are sociopaths and incapable of empathy. ‘The Con Artist Handbook,’ written by Joel Levy, describes the con artist, otherwise known as a scammer, as an “…unusual person who can take money from the old, the needy and the foolish without a twinge of conscience or a moment’s hesitation. To psychiatrists, this kind of person is known as a sociopath.”

      I agree with your assessment of Wealthy Affiliate. After six years of struggling online, it was Wealthy Affiliate that got me on the right track. 

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  11. Thanks for continuing to provide this value Gary. It’s a protection to the vulnerable. Those kinds of scams are good at playing on emotions and desperation.

    What kinds of jobs are typically posted on the Work at Home Jobs site that you mentioned? I’m definitely interested, but I’m having a hard time picturing what would be available on it. Anything part time?

    Thanks.

    1. Hi, Jordan!

      Ad Profit System is really a big nothing. There is no legitimate market for buying and selling ads. Ad Profit System created the notion of an ads market because it cannot be regulated. How to regulate something that does not exist?

      About the Work At Home job board, the categories include: Business, Clerical, Customer Service, Engineering/Programming, Finance, Creative Art & Design, Human Resources, Medical Transcription, Web Development, Writers, and Miscellaneous.

      There are part-time jobs too.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  12. Hello Mr. Horton!
    I have read several articles on your site over the past few days, and all of them have been very interesting.

    This Ad Profit System scam is a very intricate one. It’s fascinating to hear about how it all works. My biggest question is — how are scams like this allowed to operate legally? How do these scams not get shut down? Especially when someone is putting their face and name to something like this… doesn’t it completely ruin their reputation? Given your professional background, I would very much welcome your perspective on this!

    Thanks!
    -Ashley

    1. Hi, Ashley!

      David Smith, the man who appears to be behind Ad Profit System, is not a real person. He’s a fictional character created by the copywriter to create the illusion of credibility. The people behind Ad Profit System have completely concealed their identity. Only law enforcement can find out who they are.

      I’m not sure why these scams are allowed to survive online. The FTC does track the ones in the United States and often will have them de-index from the search engines or blocked from view in the US.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  13. Thank you for the useful post on ad profit system. I hope it will help many people to avoid losing their money. There are such a tricky schemes out there just to defraud money from uninformed people. So it is great there are people like you unmasking the scammers.
    But what surprises me – if you have already invested some money and didn’t get anything out but are asked for more investments – don’t you get suspicious? Are you really into investing (loosing) more?

    1. Hi, Arta!

      The telemarketers pretending to be investment advisers for Ad Profit System, or any of the typical auto trading schemes, will always justify whatever happens. The software will make it look you are making money when the only thing that is happening is the dollar figures in the software are increasing. This trick will fool some people and get them so excited that they put more of their real money into the scheme.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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