3 Hour Profits

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by Kecia08, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. Kecia08

    Kecia08 New Member

    I searched for this on the forum, but didn't find anything. I was wondering if anyone had used this, or just heard anything about it. The site looks pretty legit. Rated #1 by BBBReviews.org (which isn't affiliated with the Better Business Bureau, so I don't know how legit that rating is)... They do offer a money back guarantee, which is nice...Any opinions?


    http://www.3hourprofits.com/
     
  2. seeyalater72

    seeyalater72 New Member

    Hello Kecia,

    I haven't heard anything about this program but I would proceed with caution. Any program claiming to make you money in a few hours raises a red flag in my opinion. Most legit programs take at least several days if not weeks or months to earn "real" money.

    I did click your link and look it over. One thing that really sets off my radar is the money back guarantee is after 60 days and only applies if you have failed to earn "anything" at all. Keep in mind a lot of companies don't send out a payment until you earn a certain dollar amount. So you could earn say $5.00 but they may require a minimum of $50.00 earned to qualify for payment. So, technically you have earned something in 60 days but cannot receive it until you earn another $45.00. Now you're out $39.00 and may never actually earn any real money.

    Not saying this is the case here but just be cautious even with a so called money back guarantee. I've seen many never get their money back or earn anything after signing up with similiar programs.
     
  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I think seeyalater72 made a valid point - that making a profit online within 3 hours is highly unlikely. Also, I read this from the 3 Hour Profits website, on the left hand side:

    "You still haven't ordered the 3HourProfits.com program?

    Why Not? Enter your name and email below and we'll send you a FREE Report on how you can make $500 - $1,000 within the next 24 hours, and $2,500 Bonus Pay your 1st month working from home."

    If making a profit within 3 hours is highly unlikely, then making $500 - $1,000 within 24 hours is almost impossible!

    I don't think 3 Hour Profits is a scam, but if you are expecting to make the money it claims you can make in a short amount of time, I think you will be dissapointed.
     
  4. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    getagrip: I don't think 3 Hour Profits is a scam, but if you are expecting to make the money it claims you can make in a short amount of time, I think you will be dissapointed.

    I agree - many of these are not necessarily scams maybe, but it is just not possible to make that kind of income in a short time... however , network marketing is the most beautiful way for the ordinary person to create a passive income that will benefit them for years to come..

    Just make sure you give it some time to get it built up - I have a free ebook below that will give you a lot of valuable information as well if you want to grab a copy.
     
  5. 040107

    040107 Member

    It's not necessarily a scam but the thing that bugs me about sites like
    this is that after reading it, I have no clue what it involves.

    From what I hear, the owner seems to have stop paying people.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  6. Seth

    Seth New Member

    Mom i think its a scam
     
  7. BigMan

    BigMan New Member

    Yeah, it's pretty much a joke. One that I fell for. Here's the dirt:

    It's an e-book that has a few good ideas on marketing for affiliate programs, and of course, 3HourProfits is an affiliate program that you can join, so they provide a bunch of different ads, 50 or so saying the same thing in different ways, and tell you to post in free ads sites.

    One good idea that the book has is to have 15 pictures (the author like to call em Mini Billboards) to post with your 50 different ads, mix and match, put you affiliate link in your picture, so people can click on the picture.

    Just one problem, all these free ads sites are a joke, and don't let you post pictures, or they're only free if you're not advertising a business. Or if you can post an ad for free you're automatically buried by people paying to keep their ads on top of yours.

    The book also gave some tips on how to get tons of posts on Craigslist. But of course, Craigslist is always updating, so those ideas would've worked a couple of months ago, but not now.

    So a couple of may come in handy tips came from the e-book.

    And of the loops you have to go through for the money back guarantee is a joke.
     
  8. seeyalater72

    seeyalater72 New Member

    That story sounds pretty familiar BigMan. They're probably hoping people just give up on getting their money back since it's a relatively small amount.
     
  9. lethalboom

    lethalboom New Member

    to be honest I wouldn't risk it.
    I've tried a couple of websites like this, and both times ended up out of pocket.
    Just earn it the honest way in my opinion [​IMG]
    Best of luck
    Simon
     
  10. cupbucket

    cupbucket New Member

    I can't really comment directly on this as I have no real experience with it but I would like to give just some general advice. DO YOUR HOMEWORK. That's about it, just be sure to do a lot of research before your sign up for anything. It will save you a lot of trouble in the long run.

    Try to only go for programs that have bee around for a while. Despite what many will say, it is not a good idea to join a brand new company. Only spend time reviewing programs/businesses that have been around for a while and have proven their stability, reliability, and practicality.
     
  11. PMHayes

    PMHayes New Member

    BigMan: Just one problem, all these free ads sites are a joke, and don't let you post pictures, or they're only free if you're not advertising a business. Or if you can post an ad for free you're automatically buried by people paying to keep their ads on top of yours.

    The book also gave some tips on how to get tons of posts on Craigslist. But of course, Craigslist is always updating, so those ideas would've worked a couple of months ago, but not now.

    Ok Class, pay attention. This is, by definition, a scam! What did we say scam meant, attempting to make money by dishonest means? What is the definition of dishonestY, Lying? Half-truths are, by definition, Lies! There is no such thing as partially true, if there is any untruth in it at all, it's a lie. Just like one cannot be partially pregnant!
     
  12. CSGWAHM

    CSGWAHM New Member

    Sounds very familiar BigMan, sorry it happend to you, too.

    Seeyalater.....You're right, they're probably hoping people won't go through the trouble of getting a refund.

    I would look for an honest, ethical, legitimate opportunity to join. There is alot of money to be made. You have to find a good business and make sure the founder or co-founders are honest and have training in place to show you how real money can be made. I wish you the best!
     
  13. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

    Sounds like a new twist on the data entry jobs. They tell you everything except what it really is cause if you knew what it was you would run the other way.
     

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