Welcome to our Ultimate Home Profits review: I’m just going to come out and say it; this product is a scam.
But it’s still worth an article because it’s a classic example of a standard internet marketing scam and if we pick it apart, we can see how it all works (and best of all, how to avoid falling for similar scams).
While searching for a profitable online business plan, many people fall for scams because of false promises and persuasive sales writing techniques.
Ultimate Home Profits Scam:
I’m sure you have spotted a few -maybe even fell for a couple – these are the kind of scams that are advertised with flickering neon graphics; promising massive pay-outs and featuring rented mansions and random people in business suits.
Today we will take a look at a product called Ultimate Home Profits, an online business training course that is supposed to reveal a secret technique that you can use to earn up to $400 a day from your home with no skills required.
Does this pitch sound familiar?
I heard that description a few too many times.
It seems like most of these online business products use the same sales pitches and even the same website templates.
Notice these two scams; Ultimate Home Profits and Work From Home University use the same logo.
Notice the Same Home Logo
It’s funny because it’s actually true; there are so many identical products out there, the only difference is that the name is switched around every once in awhile.
Let’s take a look at the details.
Ultimate Home Profits Honest Review
- Creator: Michelle Robinson
- Name: Ultimate Home Profits
- Website: ultimate-home-profits.com
- Type: Internet Marketing Training With a Focus on Amazon
- Verdict: Scam
- Price: $97
What is Ultimate Home Profits?
Ultimate Home Profits is a training course that has several instructional videos about various online business topics such as affiliate marketing, email list marketing, and even tips on how to create a drop-shipping business with Amazon.
I noticed that the information is rather generic and does not contain actionable steps. It’s all rather vague and it doesn’t provide the reader/viewer with clear steps to follow once he or she is done absorbing the material. You’re simply left more confused then before, and that’s a sign that your training material needs work.
I also couldn’t find any information about the person behind this product, my spider senses are telling me she’s not real and just a random name that was slapped onto the product for marketing purposes, like so many other scams.
Ultimate Home Profits Training:
The training covers three main topics: affiliate marketing, building a email list, and drop-shipping on Amazon. There’s also some additional material dedicated to traffic generation techniques which (as I suspected) are all based on link submission scams.
In my opinion (and I’v been doing this for awhile) the training is absolutely not worth $97!
Ultimate Home Profits Cons:
For starters, the website is so generic, it’s an exact clone of several other products. The testimonials are also all stock images. The “Featured on” section is also completely fake, this product has never been featured on these news channels.
I also didn’t like the “Check for Availability” form which essentially forces you to join their email marketing list. You’ll also need to enter a phone number which is a huge red-flag! You know exactly what they’ll do with that phone number; call it non-stop and pester you to sign-up for more deals.
In fact, it seems like almost immediately after you purchase this product, the phone rings, and someone on the other end starts trying to sell you a mentor deal that costs between $1,000 and $3,000. If you don’t have the cash they recommend a credit card company; basically begging for more debt.
Refunds Are A Hassle with Ultimate Home Profits:
There have been numerous reports of people who purchased the product and requested a refund but the request was never accepted. At least their customer support responds once in awhile but they always come up with excuses not to hand over the refund. Ultimate Home Profits is not honest.
There’s also a hidden monthly fee that’s really difficult to remove. Not to mention the frequent calls and emails to upgrade your account and hire a mentor!
So all in all, the training material lacks value and on top of that you are bombarded with promotional calls and emails.
It’s just a bit too much!
In case you were wondering you can enter any info into the form and you’ll be redirected to the main sales page. If you just want to check out the sales page and pricing details, then don’t use your real phone number, enter a random number.
There’s also no forum or community, that’s a huge con for me. I think every online business training product should have an active community where you can interact with like-minded people and ask for advice.
Ultimate Home Profits Pros:
I actually didn’t like anything about Ultimate Home Profits besides the fact that it’s a perfect example of a standard internet marketing scam.
This is how they all look. Remember how this one looks and works and you’ll be able to avoid similar scams.
Conclusion on Ultimate Home Profits:
To summarize, Ultimate Home Profits is a product that you should stay clear from!
It’s absolutely not worth the price, the training material is sub-par, there’s no community, refunds are granted randomly, and marketers harass you on a daily basis.
So, in short, Ultimate Home Profits will detour your online business plans and ideas. It will send you in a huge circle back to where you started, wondering what just happened.
So let’s avoid all that confusion and wasted time, and let’s stick to the training courses that actually work and have active forums where you can chat with other members.
That’s one feature of Wealthy Affiliate that I love, the forum has been a life-saver for me and my online business, it’s also an awesome networking tool.
But Wealthy Affiliate is also the best online business training course I found, the material is simply superb (and it’s also regularly updated) so check it out if you’re serious about creating an online business, making money online, or ranking content in places like Google or YouTube.
Remember, Ultimate Home Profits is a scam, and I suggest that you keep your distance!
Thanks for taking the time to read our Ultimate Home Profits Honest Review, have you tried this product? Leave a comment below and please don’t hesitate to share this article on social media!
Dawn Coles says
Good day , would like to work from home ! But online scams are scaring me
Thanks for your inquiry. I hear you and I’ve got some advice for you. It is scary out there how many scams and crappy programs there are that offer little value or are complete bs.
I found this to be discouraging when all I wanted to do was to learn how to bring my ideas to life online. I just wanted to find a honest education, that’s it. I was willing to put in the work and learn, I just needed guidance.
After reviewing online products for the past couple years, I can certainly help you out with this decision.
If you’re really looking to create an online business that will allow you to work from home, Wealthy Affiliate is my #1 Recommendation for multiple reasons.
There are other programs for importers, eCommerce, etc., but the best way to get started online that is also the most economical is by putting up niche based affiliate websites.
I wrote a post on what to expect with this as well as how long the process takes, please read this post before you begin your online journey.
If you’re really ready to get started, then sign up for the WA free membership, check out the program and see if it’s right for you.
Most people just need the education, support, and guidance to create online success. This is what Wealthy Affiliate offers.
Hope this helps,
Hey I have to agree with everything you have to say here on your review of Ultimate Home Profits. This is the typical internet scam. The bad training, hard to get a refund, fake logos and fake “as seen on”.
It drives me crazy to see these types of places. I don’t get why they don’t build a legit website that helps people instead of trying to scam them. There needs to be more people like you exposing these scams so people don’t get ripped off.
Also, I agree with your stance on Wealthy Affiliate; it’s a great place and legit.
Agreed Dylan, there are so many people looking for the truth on how to make money online and there’s all these bs programs out there with no intention on helping one learn how to put up a legit online business.
I guess that’s one of things that make Wealthy Affiliate so special. It’s a real training center to learn how to do business online. From day one you’re greeted with open arms and lots of material to work through. If anything, the training center can be a little overwhelming at first because there is so much info to learn, but the daily classes give you the structure one needs to make consistent daily progress.
Hopefully this review of Ultimate Hope Profits will reach anyone who’s looking at them and hopefully deterring them from spending any money on yet another online scam.
I wonder if Michelle is even the real name of the creator of ultimate home profits. I have seen multiple other websites that looks exactly the same.
They also have the same features section at the bottom of their page to “steal” authority from other established websites. I would stay away from ultimate home profits website at all costs.
Thanks Viljoen for your feedback and take on Ultimate Home Profits. Agreed, pretty lazy with their website development as far a scams go. But maybe they think that online money seekers aren’t smart enough to catch these errors.
Also agreed to stay away from this outfit. For those that want to really want to start making ultimate home profits, you need to know that it takes education and work. You have to build something of use or that helps people in order to make real money online.
Fortunately, there’s Wealthy Affiliate Training Center available for real online entrepreneurs who want to build long term online businesses.
Click here to read our review of them and see what they have to offer and why so many people have found online success with these guys.
Excellent review about Ultimate Home Profits Todd!
WOW! This really is a bad one!
Wanting your phone number really is a red flag for me!
Giving your email address is one thing, at least you can unsubscribe, but when they have your phone number, they can call you relentlessly at any time!
There really doesn’t seem to be anything good at all about this program, I can’t believe that people get sucked in to scams like Ultimate Home Profits, I guess people just want the easy option and don’t want to put in the initial hard yards to build a successful long-term online business.
Thank goodness for a platform like Wealthy Affiliate that will teach you how to do it the right way!
Great post Todd, another scam to avoid!
Thanks for your feedback on the Ultimate Home Profits review, it’s for sure a scam to avoid. There are a bunch of red flags here so hopefully this review will help anyone who is uncertain about Ultimate Home Profits.
At least people will see what to avoid. And even better would be if someone looking up Ultimate Home Profits will see this review in Google and find a true training program that delivers like Wealthy Affiliate.
Appreciate your feedback John,
Thanks for your review of ultimate home profits, sounds like a nightmare to me. I think it’s really funny that the logo’s are the exact same, like we don’t know that. haha
It honesty amazes me that there are people out there trying to scam people all the time. Good thing we have people like you who are willing to help us all out so we don’t make the mistake of joining program like ultimate home profits.
Thanks again, have a good one!
Thanks for your feedback on the ultimate home profits scam, I mean review. 😉
You know I thought it was pretty funny too with having the same logo. And I don’t think most people would catch that unless you were specifically looking at ultimate home profits and work at home university.
I just caught because I did the two reviews and noticed the same logo.
But I think the important thing that I hope people understand when looking at internet marketing programs is to not buy based on your emotions. Ultimate home profits and other scams like this prey off of peoples emotions. That’s why they advertise the easy life, fast cars, yacht, automated income systems, etc.
Then once you’re in these types of scams, logic takes over and people see the scam for what it is. It’s really frustrating because most people are really looking for help to figure out this make money online thing.
I don’t blow smoke up your ass, it takes real work and determination to build an online business, but it can be done and Wealthy Affiliate is a must have if this is your goal. Real structure, real classes, real support and all the info you could ever need to positively effect your online business.
Thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback.
Thanks for the excellent review on ultimate home profits. I’m sick of scams like these.
I found your review and site to be very informative and very detailed and also it is very attractive with the photos, charts and colors.
Your “About Todd” is very interesting and I would certainly love to try some of the things mentioned. How long have you been with Wealthy Affiliate? What are your reviews on it?
I have just started with Wealthy Affiliate for a couple days and I have never done anything like this before so I am actually wondering if it was the right choice and how soon will I start seeing profits.
Which do you think is the best option to choose for the create your own niche and do your own thing or go through with the Affiliate bootcamp or do you suggest to do both? I would really like to hear your point of view with this.
I wish you the best of luck with your business and hope I get as successful as you or even better. 🙂
You’ve got some great questions and I want to help you out. I’ve been where you’re at and I have a strong opinion on your questions.
First, thanks for your feedback on my site, posts, and About Todd section.
To hit your questions…
You’re looking at this logically, but thinking about it all wrong. I did it and every other successful WA member has done it as well. We all think in terms of “when am I going to make money”, right.
But think about this project of making an online business or making money online as a career. Think of it as if you are going and getting a university level education but also have the ability to earn money.
If I told you that you could go to college for 4 years and the first year you’d be learning and working a lot, but that you will be able to generate commissions and steady develop consistent income, in some cases full time income, what would you think?
And by the 3rd to 4th year you’d be making more money than most professional careers. How much depends on your site, but I know friends that make anywhere from $10,000/mo to $110,000/mo after 3 – 4 years of working online with WA.
You’d probably think that’s a deal of a lifetime. Normally people go to college to pay close to $100K for 4 years and never expect to earn a dollar.
Look at this 20 year old guy named Colton who joined Wealthy Affiliate and in 11 months was making over $4,300 USD/mo. How’s that for results. Click here to read Colton’s story.
About Bootcamp or doing the Entrepreneur Program. I’ve got a post that I wrote called Newbies, Don’t Join Bootcamp. You should read it. I’m very happy I did Bootcamp, it gave me excellent SEO, PPC, Content and Video Marketing skills.
But at one point in time, I had your decision to make and sometimes I wish I would have followed my passion. At this point it doesn’t matter because this site is pretty darn successful and I already have my second niche started and will develop it in time.
My advice to you is follow your passion. Your passion needs to have products that you can sell and should be something that you can develop over time. Can you see yourself writing 50+ posts about your niche?
My second site is called TherapyBoy.com. It’s a very brand-able name and I can discuss tons of topics and make recommendations that I like based on my skills as an Occupational Therapist, from wheelchairs to foam rollers to durable medical equipment.
What I do with new niches is I research them in Google trends to see if it’s on the rise or fall. But if you don’t have a niche, passion, special knowledge base about something, Bootcamp is perfect if you’re interested in learning about affiliate marketing, making money online, SEO, etc.
Hope this helps, follow your heart on this one. If you don’t try, you’ll never get anywhere. I gave myself 6 months at first, I saw a lot of success, but not as much financially as I had expected. I hung in there for the first year, continued to focus on helping others and my business has snowballed.
And this is generally how online businesses start out.
Oh, btw, I’ve been learning from WA for 21 months and have seen great results. There’s always more to learn and if you like learning new things, building stuff, and making money online Wealthy Affiliate is for you.
I just heard of Ultimate Home Profits training program, God I’m glad I read your review first. Sounds like an epic scam.
It’s the classic scam pitch, “earn lots of money today, this one is for real, I promise!”. From what you list in your review, you could get the same content off a Udemy course for a fraction of the cost. You could probably find better content on Udemy as a matter of fact.
Thanks for your feedback on our review and glad it helped. Udemy is not a bad training program, but it still falls short for training people on creating online businesses and internet marketing compared to Wealthy Affiliate.
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with Udemy, but they just don’t provide the all inclusive package that Wealthy Affiliate does based on several reviews I’ve read in terms of, content, training, and support.
Get Sport Supplements says
A great review of Ultimate Home Profits. Thanks for letting us all know of yet another scam that people need to not fall for.
What is good about the blog is that it describes a scam (ultimate home profits) yet conclusion with a genuine and very impressive training program like wealthy affiliate.
Have you tried using a program like WA alongside a keyword tool like jaaxy?.
You are welcome and thank for leaving your feedback on our Ultimate Home Profits review. Yeah, it’s not a hard comparison between Wealthy Affiliate (WA) and Ultimate Home Profits.
WA provides an honest internet marketing education backed by 10 years of experience and online marketers that are committed to your success. Wealthy Affiliate is also constantly improving their training program with new innovative features. They just released Site Domains, and 4 or 5 months back Site Comments.
Both streamline online business by provided efficiency and convenience to online marketers. Not to mention the weekly webinars that go over everything you could want in an education to make money online.
With WA, there’s also no up-sells, which is rather refreshing if you’ve ever looked into online training programs.
Avoid Ultimate Home Profits and if you’re serious about making money online, stick with the pros at WA.