What Is Ultimate Home Profits?


what is ultimate home profits

Ultimate Home Profits claims to be the most popular income generator on the internet and the top work at home program available. Those are big claims. However, a little investigation reveals a much different story. As I will show, the deception begins at the top, shuffles through a clever side-step and then blinds you with brilliant hyperbole. Keep reading to see the Devil in the details.

Product Name: Ultimate Home Profits
Product Website: ultimatehomeprofit.com links to autohomeprofits.com
Product Cost: $97 and upsells
Product Owner: Could not be determined
Opinion: Not Recommended

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What Is Ultimate Home Profits?

On the Ultimate Home Profits website, it claims that Ultimate Home Profits is the top work at home program and the most popular income generator available. And, it claims that by just working an hour a day you can create multiple, automatic streams of income. In the business, that’s called marketing. Grandma would call it a bold-faced lie.

What Is Ultimate Home Profits?

You are encouraged to “apply” immediately because there are “limited positions” in your area. That’s another whopper.

The truth is, if you click on any of the application forms, you are taken to a different website, the AutoHomeProfits website. Why is AutoHomeProfits hiding behind the website of Ultimate Home Profits?

AutoHomeProfits is probably hiding behind Ultimate Home Profits to protect it from the inevitable bad reviews and scam reports Ultimate Home Profits will attract.

In other words, when Ultimate Home Profits can no longer serve their scam, the owners will ditch it and create a new website to direct people to the scam site AutoHomeProfits.

The Ultimate Home Profits system is NOT the top work at home program, and it is NOT the most popular income generator either. In fact, it is nothing. It does NOT exist. You cannot buy it.

If you try to buy it, you will be sent to the AutoHomeProfits website where, after a lengthy sales page full of empty promises you can buy The Auto Home Profit System for $97.

The product will supposedly teach you how to make money by posting links online. That’s an old scam. You will not make money posting links.

Ultimate Home Profits & Auto Home Profits are lying to you.

The only truth I could find on the website was at the very bottom in tiny letters and buried in the middle of text so you wouldn’t find it unless you searched for it. More on that in a moment.

The news network icons at the top of the page are meant to make you think Auto Home Profits was featured on these esteemed networks. It wasn’t. There is absolutely no association between these networks and Ultimate Home Profits or Auto Home Profits.

The video on the Auto Home Profits website of Patricia Feeney talking about her successful home-based business was stolen and edited to make you think she succeeded with the Ultimate Home Profits/Auto Home Profits system. She didn’t. She’s a distributor for Market America. Below is the original uncut version of the same video.

The Only Thing You Need to Know.

The thing you need to know about Ultimate Home Profits and Auto Home Profits is at the bottom of the page. Scroll all the way down, past all the fake testimonies and the fake story about the fake Shelly Davis and her fake millions.

Look closely, and you’ll see this line;

“The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system.”

That’s all you need to know.

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The Ultimate Home Profits/Auto Home Profits Guarantee.

Their guarantee is worthless. It’s backed by ClickBetter, a questionable company with a questionable reputation. ScamAdvisor.com gives Clickbetter a “Low Trust Rating.”

what is ultimate home profits

The Last Word on Ultimate Home Profits.

There are dozens, if not hundreds of websites like these. Many of them lead back to the same company hiding behind layers of corporate names.

Their scam is to sell you the dream of making lots of money and living large. If they can get you to buy this dream, they can empty your bank account and max out your credit cards.

Purchasing the Auto Home Profits system is just the beginning. If you buy it, you will be pitched more expensive programs until either you quit, never to see your money again, or your credit card is maxed, and the scammers can’t squeeze another penny out of you.

Searching for a Way to Make Money Online?

If you are searching for an honest way to make money online, you won’t find it with Ultimate Home Profits, Auto Home Profits or any website that promises you’ll easily make millions. However, you can make money if you get the proper training. We recommend the FREE starter level of the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course. To Learn more, Go Here.

If you found this article helpful or have experience with Ultimate Home Profits, please leave a comment below.

12 thoughts on “What Is Ultimate Home Profits?

  1. I had not heard before about Ultimate Home Profits, but thanks for your review of it. I am trying to find ways to make money online and if I ever encounter it, I will know that it is a scam. I like how you noticed that it states in the end that the typical used does not make any money from it

    1. Hi, DreamGirl!

      I think the only thing that saves these scams from the law is that somewhere on their website they reveal the truth about themselves. Unfortunately, most people do read that far or dig that deep. After investigating online scams for nearly 2 years, I’m convinced that 99% of the make money at home products are worthless at best and expensive scams at worse.

      If you are looking for an affordable and legitimate place to learn how to make money online, I recommend you read this article.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  2. It amazes me why people do stuff like this. They probably are very smart people and I dont get why they dont put that knowledge into a legitimate product or program. I like to know the people behind anything I buy or become part of. Thanks for the heads up in this absolute SCAM!!!

    1. Hi, Sharon!

      Thanks for stopping by.

      After a couple years of investigating online scams, I’ve come to the conclusion that scammers are missing something that decent people have. Call it sympathy or empathy. It seems they are missing the feeling of interconnectedness and relationship that most humans enjoy. From what I’ve read about scammers, it seems some scammers believe they are better than the rest of us and that we deserve to be scammed. I think they must not have been loved enough or maybe they are just so selfish they can’t imagine how it feels to be ripped off. All I know for sure is nothing good can come from getting involved with them.

      All the best,
      Gary

  3. It amazes me why people do stuff like this. They are probably very smart people and I dont get why they dont put that knowledge into a legitimate product or program. I like to know the people behind anything I buy or become a part. Thanks for the heads up in this absolute SCAM!!!

    1. Hi, Sharon!

      Like you, I want to know who I’m doing business with. Online, a legitimate company knows they must prove themselves worthy of your trust. So, if there is ever any doubt if an offer is real or not, it probably isn’t.

      Ultimate Home Profits is a real stinker with no intention of delivering the goods.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  4. Hello,

    First of all thank you for your work of raising awareness on Internet scams! Fortunately, people like you will be here to tell people to stay away from companies that promise to make a lot of money without working hard or working smart. These companies should be avoided like plague! Good job!

    1. Hi, Angelce!

      Thank you. I appreciate your kind words. Ultimate Home Profits is one of the worse. The company behind it has several websites all leading back to the same nonsense.

      You are right. Building a successful online business that can replace a full-time income is very possible. Millions of people have done it and millions more are in the process, but they don’t do it with scams like Ultimate Home Profit.

      Succeeding online is not difficult. It’s easier than a dead-end job and a stupid boss, but it does take effort, commitment and perseverance, plus the right training and guidance. Here’s the amazing thing. The right training, support and guidance is far cheaper than the scams!

      The right place to learn how to build a successful online business is Wealthy Affiliate. The starter membership is free.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  5. thanks for the info on this scam site, i am sure many people will find it very useful, and hopefully avoid the home profits site, i too would like to build wealth online. but i am very wary of some site so if people like you keep posting about scams ill be very happy to avoid them

    1. Hi, Kevin!

      I’m pleased you found my article on Ultimate Home Profits helpful. It’s a real stinker for sure. I’m glad you didn’t get taken by it.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  6. The videos are beautiful. Ultimate Home Profits has no owner that is the first sign that is it not recommendable. If you don,t see the owners of the product; that sounds tricky.
    No one is ranking the product; please don’t take chances if you want something real.
    The term ‘limited positions in your area’ I have marked it as one of the signs of scams. You know?
    Because every day you open the website the positions are limited, they never say the posts are full. I wonder when will the posts get full yet they say the product is excellent.
    People go to the Wealthy Affiliate. It is the best place to learn new skills to make money on and off the line.
    Thank you, GaryHorton, that is a good review.
    Your site is elegant. Thank you, man.

    1. Hi, Mariam!

      Ultimate Home Profits should really be shut down.

      I think the FTC did investigate the company behind Ultimate Home Profits. I can’t be sure because they hide behind so many corporate names. If you dig long enough and sift through the fine print, they admit that it’s not a job or a business and there are no positions. In fact, it’s just a digital product. And they admit that the typical purchaser of the product does not make money. “The big print giveth and the little print taketh away.”

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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