Ewen Chia Autopilot Profits Overview
The Autopilot Profits system is yet another do nothing and get rich promise. The site explains how ‘Online ATM Machines’ thrust huge amounts of cash into your bank account 24 hours a day without your intervention. You won’t even need to provide the traffic, that is all ‘hands free’ and automatic too.
This Autopilot Profits system targets beginning marketers that aren’t ready to market online themselves. After reading the sales material, I can’t honestly say exactly how these “Online ATM Machines’ work or what is involved, this information is withheld. There is one clue though, the use of the phrase ‘squeeze page’ in the copy tips me off that this is another, you provide the leads, he does the marketing type program. But, I might be wrong…
The program is run through an affiliate network and offers a 60% commission if you wish to resell the system itself, but if you want to maintain a good reputation, I don’t advise that you do. The initial cost of the Autopilot Profits system is $37 which seems cheap enough, but wait… There are a number of up-sells just after you pay the starting fee and in the member’s area in the form of popups. I hate this game and personally feel it is dishonest to pummel people with up-sells especially during the initial purchase.
The Sales Page
The sales page is the usual single page format which is very common with this type of offer. It is seriously lacking any real content about what you will be purchasing. Mostly, the Autopilot Profits sales page is filled with superlatives and grandiose promises of riches you will never find enough time to spend. It really does look too good to be true. One surprise is there weren’t the usual bonuses valued at thousands of dollars included for free.
The page’s attempt to lend credibility by claiming the operator is a ‘#1 International Bestseller’ and that he rubs elbows with the elite of the business world is pretty transparent. Also, an attempt to create scarcity by claiming there are only 9 spots left demonstrates a lapse in ethics. I waited a day, then went back to the page to find this information unchanged. Either the system doesn’t sell, or this isn’t an honest accounting of the number of precious spots still available.
The page starts off with a sales video that has good production value but the approach of ‘Online ATM Machines’ is laughable. It was difficult to keep a straight face as the video’s promises are deluded and were generally unconvincing to me. I can see how this sales page might be convincing to the uninitiated, but to anyone with experience in online marketing, it is a facade of likely empty promises.
Training Included: The training consists of a series of videos of questionable quality and an ebook. The whole training series seems like an attempt at up-sells and are there to get you to buy additional products, also likely, of questionable quality. I guess this is a halfhearted pro huh?
60 Day Guarantee: You have 60 days to request a refund. Nothing else is known about acquiring a refund or what else might be involved.
Members Area Filled With PopUps: Every few seconds there is another popup trying to sell you more materials of questionable value. This is very annoying and distracting. If I pay for something I expect to be able to use it without being bombarded with more offers.
Up-Sells: The number of up-sells borders on pure desperation. These attempts are relentless and it becomes obvious that what you just bought into is a platform to sell more products. Autopilot Profit’s up-sell attempts devalue the user experience.
Down-Sells: When attempting to click away from an offer, a new popup will appear to down-sell that product, discounting it in an attempt to get you to buy. This tactic is futile because in my mind, it devalues everything else on the site and makes me wonder if I paid too much for something else. If you have something worth selling, sell it at a fair price right at the start.
Endless Trickery: The site uses tricks to try to get you to buy. Usually in the form of popups, countdown timers and claims of one time offers never to be repeated. Of course, most of it is untrue and are bluff tactics to try to siphon more money out of your wallet.
Spam: Once your email is in Autopilot Profit’s system you will receive an endless amount of sales material in your inbox and in large quantities. Nothing of value, just marketing material. Funny how this site is supposed to teach you online marketing but the operator’s tactics are deeply flawed.
Black Hat Marketing: Some marketing techniques taught are admitted to be questionable. I would never advise using black hat marketing techniques because they will almost always come back to bite you.
Outdated Advice: The marketing advice given on this site is outdated and just plain bad in some instances. If you use it for an existing business you could just destroy what you have built. There are much better ways to build a business online that involve sound marketing and honest tactics. Try those first! Honest marketing requires more time and energy, but has more staying power and won’t tarnish your reputation.
Questionable Ethics: The use of the word ‘questionable’ is very generous here. The operator of Autopilot Profits seems to lack any moral compass and is in this purely for the money, not to help people, or educate them in anything except how not to act. His tactics are borderline evil and lack any sense of ethical fortitude.
Unimpressive Reputation: The site owner’s reputation is akin to other online hucksters. He seems to promote a lot of garbage of questionable quality and usability. His name is also associated with people of similar morals that only seem interested in their own enrichment and provide their customers with poor quality products.
Rating & Wrap Up
Where to start. Autopilot Profit is garbage. I assume you gathered that from above but I felt I needed to say it out loud. This program is just an attempt to sell you more garbage in the most aggressive way that I have ever seen. The endless up-sells for more garbage is relentless and aggressive but also filled with deceit and trickery. Much of the information offered can be found for free with a little searching.
The material is filled with bad advice and questionable tactics that will surely ruin your current business if you have one. If not, please don’t start your online marketing career following the advice from this site.
Much of what is said in the initial sales material is outright lies or greatly exaggerated. I am not sure how Autopilot Profits is still in business if they honor their promise of a 60 day money back guarantee.
This review is a good lesson in how to avoid being taken for a ride. Please look over the sales material for yourself as a lesson on how to spot shady offers. The sales material is just hype and filled with unrealistic promises and superlatives that simply can’t be true.
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*The articles on this site are my opinion based on thorough research and/or personal experience vs. the claims made by the product sales pitch. The information provided is for educational purposes only. Your experience may vary and you are encouraged to research all products and form an opinion of your own prior to making any purchase.