The Automated Profit Package sales page has the look and feel of a lot of other questionable sites that WorkAtHomeTruth has reviewed in the past. But while that may be a clue that Automated Profit Package might be worth avoiding I try to look for other potential red flags before making a final decision.
Update: AutomatedProfitPackage.com Now Redirects To The Following Two Sites:
- Automated Home Jobs – Click here for information about AutomatedHomeJobs.com
- Auto Pilot Home Profits – Click here for information about AutopilotHomeProfits.com
Update 5/31/2011: There is a new site called Home Wealth Solution which looks VERY similar to those sites.
9/3/2011 Update – The NEWEST version can be found here: Online Income Solution review.
The first page of the Automated Profit Package site presents another BIG RED FLAG right off the bat. It is using a “TRUSTe” privacy certificate – but the certificate on the AutomatedProfitPackage.com website is NOT clickable.
Not only that, but for some strange reason AutomatedProfitPackage displays the following URL on the first page:
The AutomatedProfitPackage.com page puts the word “secure” in the URL even though the page is NOT secure. A secure page will always have https:// at the beginning of it’s URL like the following:
Automated Profit Package uses questionable testimonial photos
Right now AutomatedProfitPackage shows 3 testimonials. Each photo can be found on iStockPhoto:
- Click here to see the stock photo AutomatedProfitPackage.com uses for “James W.”
- Click here to see the stock photo AutomatedProfitPackage.com uses for “Albert B.”
- Click here to see the stock photo AutomatedProfitPackage.com uses for “Isabel G.”
What sites like Automated Profit Package often do once their stock photos are exposed
Once a site like AutomatedProfitPackage has their stock photos exposed they often start using a disclaimer which says something like the following:
“For purpose of privacy, testimonial pictures have been adapted and are not their actual photos.”
Automated Profit Package makes a questionable “As Seen On” claim using an image like this:
Now, I suppose Automated Profit Package may have “been seen on” these sites if it BOUGHT advertising on them. If so, then it should make the claim “As Advertised On” – not “As Seen On” CNBC, USA Today, abc, Twitter, CNN, and AOL.
Bizarrely, AutomatedProfitPackage.com put’s an asterisk next to “AS SEEN ON” but there is nothing that the asterisk references.
Actually the site also puts an asterisk by $379 and never references that asterisk either. I guess someone was just asterisk-happy that day.
Automated Profit Package claims that it was “Voted #1″ by Entrepreneur Magazine
I’m going to go out on a limb here and propose that Automated Profit Package probably was NEVER “Voted #1″ by Entrepreneur Magazine or any other respectable business magazine for that matter – although AutomatedProfitPackage.com actually doesn’t say WHAT it claims to be voted #1 for – so I suppose if it was “Voted #1″ product to AVOID maybe it could be true.
Potential relationship between AutomatedProfitPackage and the Top-10-WorkFromHome.com “review site”
Of possible interest is the fact that Top-10-WorkFromHome.com recommends AutomatedProfitPackage as it’s “#1″ pick AND both AutomatedProfitPackage and Top-10-WorkFromHome.com are hosted on the same IP with only 3 other sites as you can see below:
Why is that important? Because often when there are a limited number of websites on the same IP address, it can be an indicator that the websites are owned by the same company or person.
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