I was checking my email this morning and received an email that prompted me to look into 700 Profit Club. When I clicked and started watching the video, I knew I had to write a review on it, because a little birdie told me you were wondering about whether the system really works.
Is 700 Profit Club a scam? Is the spokeperson making promises that aren’t going to be kept after you join? Will you be left, yet again, to wander the internet alone? Or is this system really as revolutionary as it sounds, and make you the $700 per day that you’ve always dreamed of?
This review will answer all your questions and at the end of it, you will know exactly whether this is an opportunity that you should be joining or not.
The creator of 700 Profit Club tells you that by joining with her, you will be able to make $700 per day or more, just like the 15 other people who joined 29 days ago. They are now making over $1000 a day, with the exact same system. She is not trying to sell you anything, but giving you this tool for free.
But you must act today, because today is the 30th and final day to join and there are only 15 spots open.
The way that these people as well as the spokesperson were able to make $700 or more per day, is via a website that is taking the internet by a storm right now, called Coolhandle. By getting into a partnership with Coolhandle and having a money-optimized website created for you, you’ll become financially free.
All you need to do is claim your free website on Coolhandle, pay their hosting fee which is at about $4.95 per month and plug it into your 700 Profit Club member’s area, where the 700 Profit Club team will be able to set up your website to make money.
You’ll get to keep 100% of the money you make from this website and the creator of the website will get a small 5% commission for making you the website, on top of the money that you’ll be making.
This seems like a wonderful deal; pay $4.95 per month to run your business, while the 700 Profit Club team does all the work for you in the background. Does not seem like much to pay right?
But is there a catch? How true are those claims? Will you really make $700 per day with this system? Or is there an ulterior motive to get you to sign up?
From my perspective, there are some definitely some red flags that you should consider, before you plunge into this system and let me go through them.
Red Flag 1) 15 spots left
Saying that only 15 spots are left to claim the system for free, is just a way to get you to give out your email address. Once you do that, you will be added to a mailing list so that even if you are not interested in this money-making opportunity, the creator of this system still has means to get in touch with you to promote other programs to you.
Also claiming that there is a limited number of spots available creates a sense of urgency in your mind that will push you to do whatever she tells you to do, even if that includes spending money. It’s there to make you believe that once the spots fill up, there will be no way for you to make money through this opportunity.
Please don’t believe it, because I have seen this tactic being used with many scams and low-quality product before. I bet that if you go to the same website the very next day (like I did), you’ll still find the website available, with the exact same video.
Red Flag 2) Taking on 15 people everyday, over a period of 30 days
The reason that this does not make sense, is that the last time that this website was updated, as you can see in the below screenshot, was on July 13, 2018. 30 days from then would have been August 12, 2018.
Why is this website even up right now and the video still playing, if the 30 days from the time that the website was updated has already passed?
The reason is that she wants to get as many people as possible to sign up, by making them believe that there is a time limit to the promotion, when there really isn’t one. Scams and such low-quality systems are only after one thing, and that’s making as much money as possible.
By putting a time limit, they would be limiting their income and why would they do that? It’s counter-productive!
Red Flag 3) Outrageously big amount of money within a short time period
She claims that you will be able to make $700 within a 24-hour period. That’s an outrageous claim! If you have no knowledge and no experience of making money online, then this might fool you into thinking that making money online is easy.
But let me tell you that it’s not, not even if you get somebody else to set up your website for you.
That’s because once a website is created, you need to install WordPress, add a theme, customize the options available for that theme, make it Search -engine friendly, add content to it and most importantly, find ways to monetize it.
This feat CANNOT be completed within 24 hours, so how will you even make $700 within that time period?
Setting up your online business and becoming trusted takes time, usually a few months. Also remember that when money is coming into your pocket, somebody else must have spent that money. Is it as easy to get to people’s money on the internet nowadays?
No, not really!
Red Flag 4) Making money with little to no work
That’s what she wants to make you believe! But really, it takes a lot of work to be able to make that kind of money!
Even if you pay the hosting and get the 700 Profit Club team to make you the money-making website, my suspicions are that they will create a website that is identical to the one promoting 700 Profit Club. What you’ll then need to do, is promote this website on social media and hope that somebody is going to fall for it.
Once somebody signs up and pays their hosting fee, you’ll make a commission off of the fee that they pay to Coolhandle. Basically, you’ll be scamming people to teach them how to scam other people.
Red Flag 5) Give you something for free – It’s not free, actually
When she says that she is giving you the website for free, it’s not really HER promotion. It’s really Coolhandle that is giving away the website for free. If you go straight to Coolhandle and try creating your own website like I did, you’ll find that you’ll get the exact same promotions.
What’s happening here is that she is an affiliate of Coolhandle, and makes her money each time she is able to get somebody to create an account and host a website with Coolhandle. If you’re paying $143 (yearly), she’s getting a 5% commission off of that, which translates to a little over $7.
So really, it’s not FREE! You still have to pay for hosting.
Red Flag 6) Affiliation with MyHomeJobSearch.com
One of the affiliations of this woman, is with MyHomeJobSearch.com.
Upon light inspection of the website, it looked legitimate, linking you to legitimate websites in order to find jobs. But many of the links within the member’s area linked to other systems that were clearly NOT jobs and works similarly to 700 Profit Club.
What happens is that they try to earn your trust by linking to legitimate sources first, to then steer you later to scams or low-quality systems, just so they can make money off of you when you do sign up to any of their “recommendations”.
Red Flag 7) Price Going Up Tomorrow to $2,500 + $289 /month
One of the ways that she gets you to hustle and sign up, is to make you believe that the price of the package and the hosting are going up tomorrow, to an outrageous $2,500 one-time fee plus $289/month.
That’s just a trick that’s very commonly used by scammers to inject fear into your thoughts and to make you think that you HAVE to act today and give them the money, no matter how small the fee is. But let’s take a closer look at this ‘campaign” she set up, shall we?
Looking closer, it looks like the first PHOTO has been tampered with, because there really isn’t a blue button on the Coolhandle transaction page. If you’re not familiar with how Coolhandle really looks like, you would probably not give a second thought and really believe the price will be bumped up.
Trust me, I have reviewed over 100 scams at this point and have seen it over and over and over again. It’s a common tactic used to make you afraid of passing up on the offer.
Is 700 Profit Club A Scam? – Wrapping up
700 Profit Club is DEFINITELY a scam and I do not recommend it to anybody. The scammer is an affiliate of Coolhandle and gets a commission each time somebody signs up to have a website hosted by that company.
Affiliate marketing, as is the method used by this scammer within the video, is a completely legit way of making money online, because that’s also how I make money. I even have my own website, which is the one you’re on right now.
But the way that affiliate marketing is being use and presented within 700 Profit Club is completely wrong and unethical!
What I do is review products and systems online and I will only promote them if I have used them and seen real results. When somebody buys it, I make a commission. This, in my opinion, is actually the best way for a newbie to start making money online, but it’s not easy! Business is business, whether it be online or offline.
If I believe something is a scam, I would never recommend it, just like I’m not recommending 700 Profit Club to you right now. A scammer would sell you anything and everything, just to make money off of you.
Even if you do monetize the website, you need traffic (visitors) to your website, in order to make money. She does not even cover HOW you would get people to your website at all, or how the money is being made.
Based on all the red flags that I have uncovered, I suggest that you stay away from 700 Profit Club. It is a complete scam.
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