Name: Massive Internet Profits.
Overall Rating: 0 out of 10 stars. So this is one of those “old school” scams where the program no longer exists, but links to a new scam, in this case, it’s called “Computer Oasis” and that program is something I have had negative experiences with, not just with the fact that I tried it, but also with the fact that the program itself is also one that changes it’s name quite often.
Recommended? Never. Here’s what is:
So what is Massive Internet Profits?
Well when it first came out, it was a program that showed you a very outdated and vaguely explained form of making money which is “link posting”. And it’s those types of websites I tell people to stay away from.
However, as it currently stands, there is no official site for Massive Internet Profits. Instead, you now have 2 types of sites talking about this program:
1) Sites which negatively review it.
2) Sites which still talk about it but when you click on them, the redirect you to another page.
Now it was through the second version of sites which I just talked about which linked me to Computer Oasis. Some may think that this is the “new opportunity”, but to me, a person who has seen this scam played for months, it is not.
You see the experience I want to share with you guys is one I’ve been encountering very often. I purchased a program a long time ago which was associated with Computer Oasis, but I didn’t recommend it.
Then what I found was that the same program was repackaged under different names using the word Computer all the time, and Oasis is the one being used at the time of this review. Also worth noting is that the specific Computer Oasis program I’m referring to is the one made by a supposed “Donna Douglas” who is a fake, pen name.
Again, these are all connected scams, and here’s the simple explanation:
-Massive Internet Profits pops up online promising easy money.
-Because I can no longer find the official site, I assume it went down (it’s common to see this with bad programs).
-Sites which promoted Massive Internet Profits seek to make more money, so they just start promoting other programs, which are usually not of the legit sort, hence we now have those sites linking to Computer Oasis by Donna Douglas.
What would have happened if you joined Computer Oasis:
Since my experience with this program happened a long time ago, the memory is a bit fuzzy but what I know for sure is that I either didn’t recommend it and/or tried to request my money back.
Long story short, what would have happened is that this program would have pitched to you some up-sells after you spent the initial money to get into it. This would have coerced you into spending more money than you needed and at the end of it all, you would have in 99% of cases gotten training that:
1) Was not as easy as the Computer Oasis site said it would be. It’s not as simple as “posting links” and boom, making money. If it was, I assure you, I’d be posting a recommendation for this right now…
2) There would be extremely LOW odds of you making money through this program.
3) They would have also tried to get you in touch with one of their coaches, which I refer to as sales people, not actual coaches. Those people would have done things like ask how much you have to spend, offer you some “easy upgrades” and so on and so forth in an effort to get you to spend more.
4) The main goal of programs like Massive Internet Profits or whatever the link to is to get you into these systems to get you to spend money on things like:
-Hosting so they can make money off you monthly. This would probably be around $3-$10 a month.
-Coaching, so they can get big commissions right off the bat. This would probably be around $100-$1,000’s.
This is just a money squeeze system for a lack of a better word…
I certainly hope that if you’re reading this review right now, that you didn’t end up joining the program. If you did (and you didn’t like it or it didn’t work for you, I’d try to get them to refund me).
Final Rating: Massive Internet Profits.
0 out of 10 stars. It’s not an easy money system, at least not for the customer. For the people running the program, oh yeah, it’s an easy money making system.
My final thoughts:
Whether or not you try the legit alternative I’ve mentioned in this review or not, please keep an open mind when you seek money making systems online. If you find that for example, they redirect you to a program with a completely different name but don’t mention the move, it’s a red flag that you’re dealing with flaky named systems that are likely scams/low quality.
I can also point to a number of other red flags in detail, but in all honesty, I’d rather just explain it simply like this: Programs with get rich promises are the BIGGEST red flags to watch out for. They all try to exploit the “shiny object syndrome” reaction in you and you have to be very careful to not let that take hold of your actions.
In contrast, it’s programs that are upfront about you needing to work hard and that give you realistic promises that you should look at, and the legitimate option I’ve mentioned is certainly one of the best programs there are:
All this being said, speaking from personal experience, this is what I’ve learned and this is how I’ve personally gone from falling for get rich quick schemes, wasting money, ending up nowhere to actually making a real income from home, which is what we are all seeking to do. Now at least you have a path as to where you can get these results.