Is Auto Chat Profits a Scam? I Bought it. Read This Review.

Wow, it’s been a very long time since I reviewed a product that I rated 0 stars, but after buying Auto Chat Profits, it deserved this score. It is a scam.

Before I even purchased it (and I will show you proof that I did), I already knew this was going to be bad, as the sales page hit every single bullet point of red flags I warn people about, but the reason I did purchase it was because:

  • The program is part of Clickbank, which gives refunds without question, so I was “insured”.
  • And second, I do these reviews and often lose money in the process to help you avoid scams and show you what to truly rely on to make money online (and I will be giving you that solution in this article, it’s coming up).

Here’s what you need to know about Auto Chat Profits: 

Creator: A lady named chat profits review

Price: $37 and they also have the nerve to hit you with a few up-sells that cost $100’s together.

What is this program about? This ladies and gentlemen is what we call a hosting scam, where you’re sold a lot of hot air and hype, only to enter and find out that there’s more to buy and do if you want to get “full access” to the program.

Specifically, this program does what is known as a “hosting scam” where you’re told to buy hosting for a website that will make you money from their “robots”. Not only that, but there’s other up-sells inside the members area that are locked until you purchase them.

Overall, your $37 purchase gets you access to buy a hosting scam, and then use some little of value training to monetize that website you get. 

Rating: 0 out of 10 stars.

There is a lot of deception on the very sales page, a lot of double speak (basically lies), and the very members area is another gateway to spend more money, which negates the promises of the sales pitch in the first place.

One big scam. That is what this program is. Stay away, but if you want something real, that’s legit, I know a lot about that too, here’s what you need to know:

auto chat profits alternative

Breaking down specifically why Auto Chat Profits is a scam:

If I haven’t done a good enough job of convincing you yet of why you should stay away from this program, allow me to provide bullet points, evidence and more deeper reasoning on why this program is one you should stay away from.

1) The very sales page engages in incredibly deceptive, double speak, where there is a lot of verbal hot air being spoken about how much money you can make with this “secret” system. The old shiny object way of selling things.

2) This claim about how there’s no money being made to suddenly being made and then telling you that the key to this success is in the system is also a very deceptive way of selling. No money is made out of nothing, and quickly unless you work hard for it and I explain the truth about making money online fast here.

3) One of the biggest things that nearly made me click away and NOT buy the system was the request for me to enter my email for a “free license”, but to pay $37 to even access it. That is one of the many examples of that double speak I’m talking about:

auto chat profits screenshot

4) After purchasing it, one would be led to believe that you’re getting all that value that was hyped and talked about on the sales page. No sir, that’s not the case. What happens after the purchase is that you’re led through several up-sells talking about how if you “upgrade”, you’ll get even faster value.

This is another example of double speak in my opinion because all the fluff and hype you see on the sales page makes you think it’s for $37, then as you start going through the up-sells, suddenly that initial value is lost.

5) Now for the members area (look at all the locked stuff).

auto chat profits members area

Auto Chat Profits (the members area):

So let me summarize it by saying the members area of this is bad, very bad and here’s why:

For starters, most of it is locked.

There is also a deceptive free webinar that actually leads you into another promotion of another product. In other words, more stuff to buy on the back end. 

The only training inside this members area that is accessed for the $37 purchase is the Auto Chat Profits “full access” and I quote that because the training is itself small and deceptive, here’s why:

To actually “do” any of the training, you have to buy the hosting for a “free website” and that goes back to the hosting scam I was talking about earlier, so you can’t move forward without paying more. 

Second, there is very little and dare I say, LOW quality training on getting traffic and money onto the site, which itself holds LITTLE odds of working in my opinion and I say this as an EXPERT in this topic. Traffic generation is such a vague term and in this business, the best kind you can get is laser targeted because it converts best. But this isn’t the kind of info you’d find in Auto Chat Profits.

I could keep going and going, but let’s stop wasting time, I think I’ve given enough proof and explained why this program is a scam:

Final Rating: Auto Chat Profits.

0 out of 10 stars.

Let me just say that even low quality programs I review, I often try to give them the benefit of the doubt and find reasons why they may work.

In the case of Auto Chat Profits, I have nothing positive to say, it just feels like a giant black hole system that takes your money and I WILL be refunding my $37 once I finish writing this review, as well as complaining to Clickbank, the company that allowed this program to even be hosted there to rethink ever approving it. This tarnishes their good reputation.

My final thoughts on Auto Chat Profits: 

There are many people who are viewing a program like Auto Chat Profits for the first time who are unaware about the tricks these types of program use to get your money, but I’ve been exposing them for years and years, having also been scammed more than a few times in the process.

The good news is that now you know what’s really going on behind it and I’m certainly glad that I WILL be getting my money back. 

More importantly, the main message I want to get across from this whole review is that it is possible to make a good income online, as long as it’s from the RIGHT sources and you actually understand that you need to work and not click a few buttons to make it all work.

There are more than a few people that I know who despite knowing that it takes work to get results online, still cling to and look for scam work at home programs like Auto Home Profits to find shortcuts in this process and these shortcuts are almost ALWAYS scams.

Please don’t make these mistakes, I’ve given you what works, and I did mention that it takes work. That’s what I learned and it’s because of this that I am able to now sit here, at my computer, day to day and make money online, FULL time:

Now if you are reading this and HAVE purchased Auto Home Profits and want to know how to get a refund, comment below and I’ll explain the process. It’s not difficult, thanks for reading!

8 thoughts on “Is Auto Chat Profits a Scam? I Bought it. Read This Review.”

  1. I’d like to ask, how did you learn about Auto Chat Profits? Was it through a Google search or by looking for something else? Or, did you browse the Clickbank marketplace and happen to notice this scam program? 

    By the way, thanks for the heads up. In my opinion, this is a remnant of the group of scams that were launched via Clickbank during the time when there was a craze for digital products. 

    You know, those days when there were a lot of slim sales pages you can find on Clickbank created by scammers. 

    Today, the number of these kinds of programs is dwindling. Soon, people will be so empowered that they won’t give attention to these kind of programs. 

    • Hi Gomer, one of my trainees asked me about this program, so I told her my initial thoughts, and then went ahead and purchased it, which confirmed the thoughts. I do disagree though about Clickbank winding down on these programs. Unfortunately, I’ve seen too many over the years and recently. I think they need to improve their system or risk getting a bad name like so many that let this stuff go unregulated, like Clicksure, which I think is out of business because of this stuff…

  2. I am glad you will file a complaint with ClickBank about Auto Chat Profits. Like the other affiliate networks, such as CJ, JVZoo, Rakuten, etc… There are a lot of dodgy products and some outright scams. 

    I don’t think the affiliate networks have the staffing to review every product the vendors sell. They let their  “marketplace” and affiliate sales sort it out. I have never had a problem getting a refund from Clickbank (or my commission checks for that matter). 

    Bottom line is people need to educate themselves as to the scam warning signs and ACP has plenty!

    • I wanted to add something to my post refund experience Glen. Upon complaining and officially requesting it, the vendor of the program did offer me a “bonus” which was the up-sells they originally sold to me for over a $100, free.

      This is also a common tactic to keep people in. Well those bonuses do slightly help improve the product, but I still say it’s low quality, so I refused and the refund was issued.

  3. Auto Chat Profits is not a a new online business. It seems to have surfaced to divert attention from the widely condemned Five Minute Profits Site which the author of this review and others worked hard to label as a complete scam. 

    I am glad the author has continued to review online businesses which I agree with to be complete scam. I am also of the opinion that Clickbank should not promote such “fake” programs like Auto Chat Profits on its platform as this will eventually dent the name of the bank.

    People looking for online businesses, especially newbies, should not waste their time and money on Auto Chat Profits. By the time the period of a 60 day refund, guaranteed by Clickbank will be over, you will have wasted $37 on the members’ area fee, $197 first up sell fee, $187 second up sell fee and finally $97 as the third up sell fee. 

    Firstly, the website that is done for you and the domain will not be yours, so you are not guaranteed full ownership of your online business. Secondly, run away from people who offer such “sweet talk” like Samantha does. 

    The owner of business is also anonymous, but hires Samantha as the spokesperson. Why deal any business with such a hideous character?

    Finally, I fully support the author’s number one legitimate way of earning money online.

    • Ah interesting, I had no idea Auto Chat Profits and 5 Minute Profit Sites were the same. I did review the latter program a long time ago, so I forgot, but looking back at this, they do seem to operate similarly. Although I have to say, so do many programs I’ve reviewed as scams, but in many cases, they weren’t connected. 

      Either way Joseph, well done on informing us as to this connection and all the other things you took the time to mention.

  4. Wow! It’s sickening how some places take the money from people who are probably desperate to make money fast. I know a lot of people who are looking for a quick way to make money are in a dire situation, and it is no different than purchasing a bunch of lottery tickets in hopes that they hit a winner that will get rid of all of their problems. I know, I’ve been and lived through desperate times like these, and it makes me sick that there are companies out there that have no conscious and don’t mind bleeding someone dry with no real way of getting their money back.

    The first clue to me is the word Auto. Nothing is automatic, most anything legit takes a lot of hard work. Anything else is just chance. And, if you take your last amount of money to buy a chance instead of something to eat, you will cause much suffering within yourself. 

    My advice to your audience is avoid the words fast, get rich, and easy. A company that tells you upfront that they can train you but you will have to work and it will take time is a much more desirable company to get involved with. 

    Thank you for this post warning people about this scam.

    • Hi Sara, you are spot on with what you said about lottery tickets. I do have a lot of compassion for people who are not familiar with these scams, aka those who are new to looking for ways to make money online. They are the first ones to get fooled by programs like these.

      What I do not have much compassion for (other than this company and what they did) is people who HAVE been down this road and STILL keep jumping onto the next get rich quick promise. At that point, it’s a two way street. 

      I have certainly been in that spot, and do blame myself for being foolish in making the same mistake again and again, but when I lost enough money, time and had enough stress, I finally sat down, found Wealthy Affiliate and stopped allowing myself to fall for the same mistake.

      I just did their training (worked hard) and got results. 


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