Is Ultimate Home Profits A Scam? Post Links at Your Peril

Is Ultimate Home Profits a Scam - Post Links at Your Peril

Have you come across Ultimate Home Profits and want to know more?

Perhaps you have visited the website and see NO other information besides some promises that have got you interested. Well, don’t worry, here you can find out whether Ultimate Home Profits is a scam and whether the promises are true. Let me give you a clue first. It’s a load of rubbish!

Find out why I think so…



Product Name: Ultimate Home Profits

Website Url:

Cost: $97 followed by upsells

My Rating: 0.5 out of 5

My Recommendation: Ultimate Home Profits is a scam. Out and out. There are so many alarm bells, just stay away. If you want a way to build a reliable long term profitable online business, read my top recommendation.


What is Ultimate Home Profits About?

Ultimate Home Profits was created by Michelle Robinson, but is now owned by Emily Hudson or so it says.

The business is all about posting links to earn money from home. This being the most in demand way to work from home, so they say! (hmm) But what does this actually involve?

Essentially what they are selling is affiliate marketing in its lowest form. Don’t get me wrong, learning affiliate marketing the RIGHT way can really build you a successful home business. But Ultimate Home Profits do not teach you the right way.

For your money you are given training on the following subjects. Now each of these are HUGE topics, and Ultimate Home profits just glosses over them

  • Affiliate Marketing – link posting. This is the main topic
  • Building an Email List
  • Generating Traffic
  • Ebay
  • Drop Shipping


So does Ultimate Home Profits deliver?

The quality of the training is very low. As I mentioned already these topics are VAST.

If you want to make money online, especially as a beginner, if you take on all of these elements you are going to be swamped. You need to get good at something and then move on to the next. Each of these on their own has merit and my favorite of all is affiliate marketing, if taught the right way, as I have already mentioned.  This isn’t something you can pick up quickly and start making with money in a few days.

But there are more reasons why I don’t like this program. Take a look below:


#1: The site is a duplicate

Firstly Ultimate Home Profits is what is known as a duplicate site. This is common practice with internet scammers. Another example of a different duplicate site which I have reviewed already is the At home income package.

Essentially what this means is that there are several websites out there promoting the same thing.

What happens is that scammers which have worked so hard to set up a website and all the marketing tools that go with that are found out. Word spreads that their business is a scam and that they take your money and run for very poor reward. So what do they do? They don’t want to waste their work, so they copy the site and just call it something else and, hey presto, you can scam a whole load more people before anyone finds out.

Check this out, Replace Your Job, vs Ultimate home profits. They didn’t even bother changing the logo. There is another identical site out there which is  Called Excel Cash Flow, but the site was blocked by my antivirus software. But you get the idea.

What is Ultimate Home Profits About?

#2 The testimonials are fake

If you take a look at all the testimonials, they are clearly stock images. How do I know? You can tell. Take a look at this one of a successful student of Ultimate Home Profits: Wesley R: I did a search on Google images. Easy, just right click on the image and select search google images. This works for all the images.

Clip from Ultimate Home Profits Website:

Ultimate Home Profits Review

Results from Google Image Search BELOW:

Ultimate Home Profits Review


#3 The number of positions left

When you sign in (I gave a false phone number) , there are only a few positions left.

What are the chances that this isn’t true, and that there are actually unlimited places left. We all know this is all about getting you to sign up fast without taking time to do your research. Which is hopefully why you are here.

It’s not something that you haven’t seen before right? But it’s annoying


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#4 They ask you to give in your telephone number:

When you get to the landing page, you will notice that you have to enter your phone number just to sign up.

Never enter your phone number on a first contact form because that number will spread like wildfire and you will receive all sorts of unwanted calls. They may have stated that your details will not be shared with 3rd parties but it doesn’t mean that the company itself won’t use them for repeated calls to upsell you to the next package.

And this is exactly what they use it for. There are complaints all over the internet about constant calls to upsell to the mentorship program, the VIP package. Anything.


#5 It simplifies the process

Ultimate Home Profits really really simplifies the process.

Have a look at this sentence: 

You see, there are millions of links posted by home business owners every year, and companies need tons of people to process them! Companies do not post links themselves. They would have to buy new buildings and hire and house thousands  of new employees to do that. 

This is absolute rubbish. Companies, unless they are scams don’t pay people to go round randomly posting links. Legitimate companies go to great lengths to ensure any affiliates are legit and that they are posting their links in the right way. No one wants to be tarred with the ‘spam’ brush.


#6 News channel endorsements

The endorsement by the news channels is completely transparent but you have to look closely.

You would be forgiven for thinking that CNN, FOX etc had endorsed Ultimate Home profits. There is even a video showing it. But listen carefully, all that is being endorsed is working from home, NOT Ultimate home profits. Nothing less than trickery.


How much does it cost?

There is a joining fee of $97, but as with a lot of these scam sites, if you try to leave the website, this drastically drops to $47.

Then there are two roads they push you down in the form off upsells. This is $19.95 for personal coaching and $147 for thie VIP package. The temptation here is to go for coaching as it sounds cheap but all that happens is that you will get really pushy sales people calling and calling until you upsell to the VIP package.


Ultimate Home Profits Complaints

Aside from the reasons outlined above, complaints which have been shared online centre around the refund system.

But the big issue here is trying to cancel that. There is no comprehensive refund policy I have seen complaints online that this is impossible to get someone to respond to a refund request. They can say what they like in the refund policy and promise the earth, but there is no internet police and no one to stop them. Sadly!

Other complaints are about inboxes being flooded with Spam

Extra charges on credit cards

The list goes on.

There is too many negatives here!


My VerdictUltimate Home Profit Complaints

As you can probably see from my Ultimate home Profits review, I do think that Ultimate Home Profits is a scam. Out and out. No question about it.

If you sign up you will get low quality training in an industry that has moved on considerably since link posting and where you really will not get even close to the numbers outlined in the landing page.

I would stay away from this business. The fact that it is just another duplicate site just shows that its a scam. There are no REAL people to testify making money here. There is NOTHING going for it.

So what now?

If you are feeling disappointed by this review, don’t despair, there are still ways to make money online legitimately. Don’t let the scammers win.

There are fantastic ways to learn affiliate marketing, the right way, the way that you can make a serious full time income. You just need the right training platform, and not a scammy get rich quick system.

I would love to hear if you have any experience of this system, so feel please free to share them below.


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9 thoughts on “Is Ultimate Home Profits A Scam? Post Links at Your Peril

  1. Sheree says:

    I was firstly introduced to Ultimate Home Profits through Facebook. I joined a make money online group and someone posted that website saying its the ultimate work at home opportunity. I have been scammed before. I have learnt my lesson so I always view reviews of suspicious companies before taking action. And most of the time, they are scams.
    There are only a few legit site like yours which are realistic and honest. Thank you Ruth!

    • Ruth says:

      Thanks Sheree. Always great to have to have feedback on my reviews. And As ever always happy to help. It can be hard to find the truth out there! 

  2. Bill says:

    I’m thankful for your “watch dog” skills to reveal these scam business opportunities for the unsuspecting enterpreneur. I’ve seen just about all of these I care to see. The first clue was when you said …”for your money you are given …” The fake image and testimony is unreal. Thanks.

  3. Rendall says:

    Dear Rmaisey
    I see there is nothing good in this company, even they provide the training but lack of support with low-quality training for the internet marketer. In major internet marketing strategies, the training and support are the most important elements to the members, so that they can getting expert regardless how fast or slow they absorbs the training process. The credit card issue is clearly indicates this company is NOT GOOD.

    • Ruth says:

      I agree Rendall, and you are right. There really isn’t much to write home about this program. A total waste of time and money! Thanks for leaving your comments

  4. Bob Brooks says:

    Came across your site and really appreciate your post, I never realized that many of these sites get re-named and sell the same junk. Thank you for opening my eyes to noticing scams. Learning you what need to know is a large task and love your recommendation, wealthy affiliate is where I got my start and so thankful for the education. People would be wise to take the advice in the post. You really brought out the truth.

    • Ruth says:

      I’m so pleased to have helped Bob! It’s always great to get these types of comments so thanks for stopping by and leaving them! Good luck to you and your business. I am sure you will do brilliantly if you are following Wealthy Affiliate’s Training

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