Secret Profit Club is a scam. It's a compilation of PLR products with Master Resell Rights attached. It looks legitimate because each product looks decent, but all the ebooks and YouTube videos are randomly and harshly thrown in, making the finished "product" totally useless to users. What's wrong is the way the product is being sold. It's the sad truth about some scam sellers desperately selling already-available products in such a deceptive way. In my Secret Profit Club review, I'll reveal what it exactly is, and why you'll never make $19k "today" as this seller claims.
Secret Profit Club Review
Secret Profit Club
Internet business in general
Jack Robertson (fake name)
$9 + upsells
Secret Profit Club is a rehashed version of previously released products such as Wealth Academy (wealthacademy.click), CB Wealth (cbwealth.net) and 24/7 Wealth Club (247wealthclub.com). The product is sold via ClickBetter, which is a similar network to ClickBank.
Upon signing up, users have access to the Secret Profit Club members-only dashboard, where they can find a couple of PLR products ("ClickBank Marketing Secrets" and "Wealth Academy") plus lots of YouTube video clips.
When you talk about the volume, the price of $9 may seem reasonable. But it's not, because;
- The contents are already available elsewhere,
- Low quality,
- There's no user instruction and the platform is simply confusing, and
- Some download links have the wrong product.
In other words, the Secret Profit Club site is badly built and maintained in my opinion.
It's a guide to affiliate marketing with ClickBank, also a guide to Amazon affiliate marketing but with some outdated information, and also a guide to advertising on social media.
I'll explain a little bit more about the content later. But as a user, I wouldn't know what to do with these materials. If I was a total novice I'd be confused by a variety of suggestions and wouldn't find the product useful at all. Unfortunately!
Can You Really Make Money?
All the claims that are made in the sales video are untrue. You may have worked it out already from the random numbers that are mentioned there - one says you can make $19k, another one says up to $45k per month. The proportion's mismatched and there's no explanation for it.
In fact, the seller repeatedly says "In the next few minutes I'm going to show you...(exactly how the system works)" and so on, but he never even indicates what it is about.
He also says "I GUARANTEE this is totally NEW and UNSEEN." As I said earlier, the contents in the Secret Profit Club have been available for a while. When someone says he "guarantees" something to you, puts that in capital letters, but turns out he's lying... How much of a trust left in him? Absolutely zero, right?
Secret Profit Club Dashboard
As mentioned earlier, the Secret Profit Club is a spun version of other already released products, so most of the materials have already been seen.
There are 5 sections, all of which are general guides to different internet marketing methods. Each section doesn't necessarily focus on one area.
- Secret Profit Club Members Course - Guide to the ClickBank affiliate program ("ClickBank Marketing Secrets" - see below.)
- Secret Profit Club 1.0 - Amazon affiliate guide, a guide to CPA (cost per action), how to drive traffic (using mainly social media), Amazon FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon).
- Secret Profit Club 2.0 - 15 x video clips on Amazon affiliate marketing, plus social media marketing (Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter).
- Secret Profit Club Pro - More social media marketing and list building.
- Secret Profit Club Social - More social media marketing (Facebook, Snapchat). A guide to Bing Ads.
It features a PLR product "ClickBank Marketing Secrets". Certain websites offer you to download this product for free in exchange for signing up with them - I won't tell you the URLs just in case I'm getting into trouble. But you can google the name and find that out easily (or you can contact me).
It's a guide to affiliate marketing with ClickBank, and is a bundled product itself containing ebooks, videos, sales page template, email swipe templates etc in a zip file. Means anybody can get hold of this product, unzip it and resell it. What the Secret Profit Club seller's done is just that.
Other materials are from Wealth Academy (wealthacademy.click) which is now banned by ClickBank. It makes sense that the seller's now selling this product via ClickBetter instead.
It's Designed To Confuse You
Well, you've been promised such a large scale of income in a short period, and you're provided with this. You should be confused!
The actual product is a random collection of internet marketing guide books and videos, and there's no consistency or whatsoever. Users are invited into a "system" that supposedly allows them to make a lot of money. But there's more than one system - ClickBank, affiliate marketing with Amazon, selling goods on Amazon. It merely says to you "If you want to work online, you can try this, you can also try that, and also try that."
What's worse is, there are also numerous social media marketing methods that cross over one another. You see, you can only "market" if you have a business. If this product is a training guide, there should be two separate sections;
- Business options (as an affiliate, selling own goods, etc.)
- How to market your business (Facebook Ads, Quora, YouTube, etc.)
But because the contents are so at random, if I was totally new and watched some of the videos, I would wonder how on earth you could make money using Facebook Ads by itself without becoming an affiliate or selling your goods. (The seller says "NO previous online experience is required", you see?)
You're Not Earning So Soon!
One positive thing (?) I've noticed in the sales video is that, his words are just a little more carefully selected this time. You can earn "up to" 45k in the next 30 days. I'll "show you how to make 19k - today". A woman received a check "for the first time", not the first day of joining. The seller's not promising you immediate financial success.
Well, that's just what I found and of course, it doesn't mean that he's sending a wrong signal to users. Anyone who watches it will get an impression that the Secret Profit Club can make them very wealthy, very easy. And that's not the case.
It takes a while for you to establish your affiliate marketing business.
ClickBank is a great place to find good products to promote, but it also has some inferior products - if you don't choose the right ones and promote them legitimately (i.e. by not spamming) and honestly, your reputation as an affiliate will easily be damaged.
Whereas Amazon Associates affiliate program is open to anyone, but your commission rates are lower, and there are some strict rules to follow.
Whichever way, you're not receiving a large sum of commission so easy, so soon without putting a lot of effort by testing and trying again and again...as you can imagine!
How I "Finally" Make Over $6,000 Monthly Income
"The most valuable thing I've ever done!"
60-Day Money Back Guarantee
60-day money back is guaranteed by ClickBetter. The seller says you can send him an email to ask for a refund, but like I mentioned earlier, what he "guarantees" turns out to be untrue. So don't waste your time by sending him an email, I suggest that you contact them directly to request a full refund.
You need to state the reason for the request, and you know what to say; you've been misled by an unrealistic income claim, or the product is NOT previously unseen as promised.
Secret Profit Club Pros and Cons
Secret Profit Club Review: Conclusion
I cannot recommend this product for the way it's advertised, the way the already-available products are randomly slapped in, and for its unhelpfulness. In my opinion - if you are new to internet marketing, you'll likely to be confused, and if you already have some experiences, you'll likely to question the quality of it.
Not worth buying it, because similar PLR products can always be obtained for free elsewhere!
I have seen this one over and over again advertised on emails. How can I stop this? This is ridiculous, my inbox is flowed with scam emails.
Hi, thanks for your comment. Best to ignore them, and it’s best not to open any of the deceptive email spams. Don’t sign up with any of get-rich-quick schemes!
Just report as spam or change your emails. I get emails from the same person every day trying to sell secret profit club. She says it’s free plus bonus, it’s not.
Thanks Rob, you’re right. Report spam if you can, otherwise ignore and change your emails…don’t let anyone waste your time!
Hi Ray, thank you for the useful review. The product only costs you 9 dollars then it looks like a bargain but it sounds like it wastes a lot of your time by offering useless publications.
If I bought this then all I received was a theoretical guidebook only I would be furious. But I guess the buyers would be all people who hope to get rich quickly. They would log in for a minute and never log back in again once they know it’s too complicated for them.
Hi Sam, yes sounds like that’s how they make money! Best to stay away, if you are looking to build your online business seriously. Theoretical guides won’t help you much, you need practical experience. Thanks for your comment!
Hi Ray, I remember your 24/7 Wealth Club review. I know there are so many scams selling the same PLR products now. I don’t promote products from ClickBank because not very many of them are trustworthy. There are too many products that claim that you can make a lot of money in short time but they all have a problem not solving a problem about traffic. I have seen some health and diet products also, but they cannot be trusted either. This one looks the same. I keep this in mind. Thank you for your useful review.
Hi Hitesh, I see what you mean about “make money” products with traffic. The bottom line is, if you want to make money in a short period, you’ll have to spend money – on traffic! Yes, PLR products are generally low in quality but bulked up with lots of words unnecessarily. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it!
I thought I had seen this one because I bought CB wealth before then I bought something else. they were identical. I asked for my money back and complained about it to Clickbank. They did not respond to my complaint but they refunded me on the same day.
Hi Dan, thanks for sharing your experience. Thank God ClickBank always takes action quickly. They’re pretty reliable!