IMPORTANT: One thing this My Push Button Profits review and analysis of its sales page is showing is that MyPushButtonProfits.com is using images of a model from photos from iStockPhoto to use as the creator “Jack Henderson” and putting a DIFFERENT name to the image of that models. You should NOT assume that the model agreed to have their image used in the this way. In fact, he probably DID NOT.
That ALSO means that the name shown for the image of the model in THIS post (Jack Henderson) is NOT the true name of the model in the image. I am simply pointing out what the MyPushButtonProfits.com site has done.
This My Push Button Profits review and analysis of sales page goes over numerous red-flags you should keep in mind when considering this product.
Here they are:
MyPushButtonProfits Red Flag 1)
Use of a stock image as the “creator” of My Push Button Profits. While use of “Pen names” can be OK, any time you see a stock photo used for an product creator or book author it should be considered a huge red flag – especially in the business opportunity or home business arena.
MyPushButtonProfits Red Flag 2)
Stock images used for testimonial pictures – the site uses a tiny hard-to-see disclaimer at the bottom saying they have provided the images for the testimonials in place of the real testimonials (which more often than not simply means a company made up the testimonials).
If you’re wondering if video testimonials can be faked, YES they can. There are TONS of people willing to do video testimonials about ANYTHING and say ANYTHING for as little as $5!
MyPushButtonProfits Red Flag 3)
Fake scarcity – My Push Button Profits claims there are only 200 copies left, yet the product is getting a significant amount of traffic. Why? Because people want so bad to believe there is a “push button” solution to their money problems, even though they know realistically it’s not true – they want to buy the dream…it’s almost like an addiction for many people – and that’s what people selling products like My Push Button Profits are counting on.
My Push Button Profits Red Flag 4)
Possible use of the “phantom fixation” fraud persuasion technique (which is a technique in which a company or person makes a result seem more possible than it actually is.
In this case, MyPushButtonProfits stats that Daniel H. Morley achieved Top-Elite status. However, that does NOT necessarily mean he achieved that status by using My Push Button Products.
But My Push Button profits wants YOU to “fixate” on the fact that Daniel H. Morley achieved Top-Elite status and wants YOU to believe that by buying MyPushButtonProfits they can do the same – when in fact it’s not clear at all HOW Daniel H. Morely ACHIEVED that status.
In fact, that particular example may very well violate the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines on the use of Testimonials for numerous reasons – one being their recently implemented “No Safe Harbor” rule in which companies can not use “exceptional examples” that are not representative of a typical consumer experience with a product.
MyPushButtonProfits.com Red Flag 5)
Claims to be the #1 Work-At-Home Opportunity since 1999. There are two big red flags from this claim:
#1) They don’t say “who” or what company rated it #1.
#2) The MyPushButtonProfits.com website wasn’t created until 2010 as you can see in the image of the domain registration details below:
MyPushButtonProfits.com Red Flag 6)
Use of fake newspaper story.
MyPushButtonProfits has used a fake newspaper story creator to create the “story” about “Jack Henderson”. In fact, I created my OWN fake newspaper story in under 15 seconds with the exact same dimensions the same way.
You can see it to the left here. I even made the date Sunday, August 30, 2006!
MyPushButtonProfits.com Red Flag 7)
The MyPushButtonProfits.com Site is registered to a person who has other business opportunity products that use completely made up stories as well as fake testimonials.
My Push Button Profits Red Flag 8 )
The MyPushButtonProfits.com site makes the statement “as seen on” Entrepreneur, USAToday, MSNBC, NewsWeek, and ClickBank.
First of all, just about anybody can get a product on ClickBank so that’s completely meaningless.
Second of all, the statement “as seen on” Entrepreneur, USAToday, MSNBC, and NewsWeek is also meaningless, because anybody can buy advertising on those sites and claim that they were “seen on” those sites.
My Push Button Profits Red Flag 9)
Unnecessary upsells that advise you to spend several hundred dollars on products and services.
While there’s nothing wrong with investing in some software and tools to save time in your business, many home business sites will try to convince you that you MUST invest several hundred dollars in software and tools in order to succeed.
My Push Button Profits Red Flag 10)
The person using the name “James Crader” giving a video testimonial for My Push Button Profits is the same person who runs the affiliate program at The Rich Janitor as you can see in the video below:
That’s especially significant for two reasons:
#1) Because the Rich Janitor is registered to the same company as My Push Button Profits as you can see below:
#2) Because the testimonials on The Rich Janitor site were extremely questionable as you can see in the video below:
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