Website Profits Pro Review – Yeah, $500 Just By One Click

Updated: November 1, 2019
by Ray Alexander

Website Profits Pro claims to be a "state-of-the-art" new automation business system, helping you make $500 a day. It claims to provide a website that "churns out cash as easily as walking up to an ATM and making a withdrawal". It says has an automated transaction tracker sucks money off the internet and sends directly into your bank account.

If you are looking for more information to make sure that kind of thing ever exists, then my Website Profits Pro review will confirm it really doesn't. This review will also help you understand what it is to work online and make real profits.

Website Profits Pro Review

Product Name:

Website Profits Pro

Website URL:


Internet marketing


"Jesse & Jessica Larrow"




What Is Website Profits Pro?

Website Profits Pro is a rehashed version of previously released products, EasyKits, Website ATM and Profit Point Autonomy. Over the past few years, it has developed bad reputations for providing outdated websites and plugins for extra fees. It is mainly about a dropshipping business using AlibabaAmazon, and eBay but unfortunately, the information is not current and the video walkthroughs are no more than general guides and never really practical. At least it has some information.

The real issue is the deceptive content of the sales page. Because the quality of the product is not up to scratch and it's unsellable to those who are looking to seriously work online, the seller chooses to target get-rich-quick dreamers instead. The people who still believe there may be a way to 'transfer' money out of nowhere to their bank account at a click of a button. The actual product is an overload of information so it appears to have a value for money, but it's obviously nothing like the sales video tells you.

Website Profits Pro Review

How Website Profits Pro Works

The seller claims that the product does "ALL the work for you" - it does not, in fact it doesn't do any work for you. It's a collection of generic internet marketing training videos and the seller's affiliate links to premium websites. You are supposed to build your own e-commerce store, which means there's a lot of work involved. You will have to;

  • Learn how to upload products (from Amazon, eBay or Alibaba/AliExpress) and continuously work hard to maintain the product list.
  • Pay for the premium website theme, domain name and hosting fees.
  • Join affiliate programs - fill out an application form online and (hopefully) have it approved.
  • Drive traffic to your website - use paid advertisements or solo ad traffic, either option will require techniques and a lot of costs.

If you don't want to spend money on traffic, the only other option is to learn SEO (search engine optimization) technique and have your site listed on Google, otherwise no one will know your website. You will only make your first income when someone visits your site and purchases something. It can take months before anything happens if you don't want to spend any money.

So Can You Make Money With Website Profits Pro?

I can confirm that virtually everything that's being said in the sales video is untrue, such as;

  • "The sales and the money will start coming in IMMEDIATELY..."
  • "24/7, 365 days non-stop, without dedicating any work..."
  • "You will make your first sale in MINUTES automatically."
  • "Website Profits Pro will do ALL the work for you..."

As I explained earlier, the actual product is nothing like how it's described on the sales page. No such a website automatically generates money without putting any effort. 

The e-commerce business industry is very competitive, and there are only two ways to make money; (1) spend money on advertisements or (2) learn the special techniques to get your website ranked in search engines. There's no easier way. 

So the answer is no. You cannot make a cent using Website Profits Pro.

Why Haven't You Made Money Yet?

The seller asks you in the video, "Why haven't you found a way to make money online? Why haven't you succeeded yet?"

The answer to that is ironically, because you keep believing products like Website Profits Pro. 

The seller says because "the whole system has been rigged against you, and so-called 'gurus' out there never reveal the secret, hidden steps." One thing you should remember. Gurus, mentors or leaders (whatever you call) all got their position by building trust relationships with their followers. They reveal all their secrets to success to inspire others. REAL gurus happily wish other gurus' success.

Whoever bitterly criticizes other experts is most likely to be a scammer. They say things like "Don't trust them because they're ripping us off. Trust me instead becase I'm on your side."

How To Spot Red Flags

So what's wrong with Website Profits Pro, and other similar products? Now I'll show you some obvious red flags that you can spot on the sales video. These tips will help you determine if any future products are legit or scams.

#1 "I've made money!" Testimonials Are Fake

Website Profit Pro Fake Testimonials

You see several people appear on the sales video leaving "testimonials". Firstly they are all actors, many of them are hired from Fiverr. These people work as "spokespeople", and they're quite rightly read out any scripts in front of a camera for money. But many of them have repeatedly appeared on different testimonials for scam products and they probably don't know the fact that they're actually helping fraudsters sell fake products.

You can check Fiverr to see if you can recognize some familiar faces, but it's the context that you should take notice of. 

  • "I made $3,456 in 7 days!"
  • "I was just a waiter but for the first time in my life, I made "$567 in 24 hours! Now I can quit my job!"

...They are not really testimonials. They never say anything constructive such as how they made it, why they recommend the product in question (Website Profits Pro in this case). Their statements are not at all credible. Don't get swayed by the hype, and don't believe it just because a real person is speaking in front of a camera. Anybody can tell a lie for money!

#2 Fake Scarcity and Unethical Distribution of Offer

Now "scarcity marketing technique" is popular among any online marketer. Typically they place a countdown timer, urging users to make a purchase quickly. Any legitimate marketer would use the technique. When the timer runs out, the offer may be gone, it may be still available but the price may go up, or it may be still available for the same price. 

But when they limit the number of available 'spots' without a valid reason, that's a red flag. If it's a local seminar, it's understandable. Conference rooms have a limited number of seats. Event organizers may not be capable to manage a bigger venue for security reasons. It's also the case with hard copy products - when they sell out, they sell out.

But the seller of Website Profits Pro limits the availability for 300 people "because he doesn't want other people to know about it, otherwise everyone will take the money and ruin it all." His explanation doesn't make sense at all. In fact his 'offer' would be extraordinarily unethical if it was true. 

...You are chosen one of 300 people because you happen to find this site (Website Profits Pro). I don't know you, you may be a drug addict, you may be already a billionaire, I don't care. Forget about people who really need money in the world. The money is there for you to steal at a click of a button. Just don't tell anyone else... Essentially that's what he's saying. Isn't that out of order?

Anyway the website will be up and running for as long as it can be - until it's forced to shut down because of too many complaints.

Jesse Larrow

#3 Typical Sob Story

When a successful entrepreneur introduces themselves and explains how they got their success, they explain it logically. They explain how the product they sell was invented and how it was found to be a success.

Whereas a typical "sob story" that scammers make up is different, and it always has the same format. What the seller of Website Profits Pro tells you is no exception. 

  1. Disaster. The seller lost his job. How he felt humiliated for not being able to support his family/children. The wife left him, etc.
  2. He bumps into someone on the street (old schoolfriend, for example) who appears to be wealthy.
  3. That person is wealthy because he/she uses a secret wealth system that not many people know about just yet - but no logical explanation is made.
  4. The seller tries the "system" at home, and couldn't believe his eyes. The money immediately starts to pour in. Again, he never explains what he actually did.

You can remember this format - if someone tells their miracle story this way, then it's most likely to be fake, and the product is a scam.

#4 The Seller Is Unknown

The seller - the actor on the video - calls himself Jesse Larrow. Just google his name. You'll never find him anywhere. If someone is proud to sell a product legitimately and the product turns out to be a success, it will go viral in no time and you will always find good user reviews of the product as well as the seller.

In such a lengthy video he openly tells his typical failure-turned-miracle story but asks you not to tell anyone about his product because it's a secret - none of this makes sense.

Beware - NO Refund Policy

Website Profits Pro No Refund

The Website Profits Pro's terms and conditions page ( states that you cannot cancel your order. But if you cancel before the seller confirms your order, you will be refunded sometime within 60 days.

This is extremely unreasonable and in fact, impossible. As soon as you make your payment, you'll receive a payment notification (=order confirmation), means the seller will never issue a refund.

If you have purchased Website Profits Pro already and are not happy, one thing you can do is to contact your credit card company. "The product received was not how it was described" will be your reason. You can argue that no part of the product is what you expected to receive, therefore you are entitled to dispute against the seller for a full refund.

Check this page for more information: What To Do If You Have Been Scammed

How I "Finally" Make Over $6,000 Monthly Income

"The most valuable thing I've ever done!"

Never Believe In "Push-Button Systems"

You know, nobody deserves to get paid without putting effort. If you wonder if there are some secret mining ways to find free money somewhere on the internet, that's the most ridiculous myth. We all know some parts of the world suffer from political and economical corruptions. But that's totally unrelated to the way we - ordinary people like you and me - make money online. 

Millions of online entrepreneurs strive to make their business a successful one. We all have to work hard to learn techniques, invest time and money to make a good return. Not necessarily work day and night, but work smartly. 

No "System" Will Pay You For Nothing 

Remember this. If you're looking to buy a "make money online" product, that product should always be a training course. To make money, you need to learn the secrets to success and apply the secrets. Simply put, techniques. There may be a "system" that only requires a simple few clicks to set up in the beginning. But there's never, ever a system that pays you money without putting any efforts on your part. If you find something that claims to help you make money, ALWAYS check it - is this a training course? If not, what it exactly does and what kind of work is involved. If it claims that you virtually don't have to do anything but you'll get paid... Then it's a scam. Don't forget that!

Website Profits Pro Pros and Cons


  • General online business guide it not totally useless.


  • Deceptive information in the sales video.
  • False income provision claim.
  • No refund policy.
  • Seller is unknown.

Website Profits Pro Review - Is It A Scam?

Website Profits Pro may have some value in its product itself, but it's outdated and it can only become usable if you pay more money towards it. That's not how it's described in the sales page, therefore it's advertised in a grossly deceptive way. For that reason, yes, Website Profits Pro is a scam.

I hope my post - especially the last couple of sections - has helped you understand that no one is a charity. If you want to earn income online, somebody has to pay for it. It means you have to create an environment for people to spend money.

Affiliate marketing is a business model that enables you to start initially with no cost, and low cost throughout your training. If you're interested, don't hesitate to ask any questions by leaving a comment below.

About the author 

Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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  1. I’ve figured it out. The email for Website Profits Pro is a fake to get people to google it. Then it redirects to a huge number of “reviewers” who not only debunk the system, but offer their own money making scheme. Clever diversionary tactic.
    You’re all scammers!!

    1. Hi Lee, thanks for your comment. Yes, there may be some scammers using the tactics like you mentioned for sure. You may also want to note that some fake reviewers rate every single product 4.5/5 stars just for a commission.

      The majority of us – authentic product reviewers – are here to help users, so that they don’t waste money on inferior products such as Website Profits Pro. We are obliged to recommend what we think is best for the users instead. Because our site visitors like yourself are looking to make money online (that’s why they search for a “Website Profits Pro review” in the first place), we can’t just disapprove of one product and end a blog post. We must tell our visitors our recommended products, because we blog to help our audience.

      We are also affiliates, so we’ll receive a small percentage of commission from the seller if our visitor purchases our recommended product (the affiliate disclaimer page will explain this).

      I hope this explains. It’s all up to you to trust us or not. And how you decide to buy or not to buy a product, the decision is always yours. I wish you all the best!

  2. The guy must be a real psycho! Did you see him filming himself driving round!? He spent all that time to create this trash. Unbelievable man.

  3. This is a very informative post. Nobody wants to be scamed but this type of websites are always there to suck up money from honest people.
    Thank you for your post. I have also wrote website profit pro review and i am happy to share with you.

  4. Hi, first of all I love your website! I can find a variety of information here. I’m going to follow your blog posts and hopefully I can start my own online work from home business (I am still learning a lot!)

    Website Profits Pro definitely sounds like a scam to me from what you described. I can understand everything that you say about make money online products that they should be all training programs, they should never be a system that pays without explaining about the source of funds.

    If I saw a website like this one a year ago, I might have been trapped by it. It’s so easy for anyone to believe explanations like this if they never had experience in working online. It’s a perfect reason everyone should check reviews like your site first before they purchase something. Thank you for your help! I look forward to your next updates.

    1. Hi Clair, thanks for your comment. You may be right, when you start up blind-searching, you may be fooled by sites like this one. Just never trust video-only sales pages. A legitimate site should always have a text explanation all over the page. Thanks to you too for sharing your thoughts, appreciate it!

  5. Yup I knew this was a scam first time I looked. There was nowhere I can ask him about the product and I search google. I think everyone tells you not to use it because it’s the same with other ones. It’d very difficult for us to start businss online because scams like this is everywhere 🙁

    1. Hi Judy, thanks for your comment. You’re right that you should always Google search when in doubt. Yes, unfortunately there are many scam products, but you can avoid them by remembering these ‘formulas’ I mentioned in the post, hopefully!

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