Dump the Trump!

Ultimate Home Profitsuhp

Otherwise known as the ‘Donald Trump Work From Home Scam’, due to this ! Yes, I know some people believe that Donald Trump himself is just one big scam, but this is a case of scammers capitalizing on a name. Chose the wrong name there, didn’t they?!

Website: https://ultimatehomeprofits.com/lp-independence/opt.php
Cost: $97
Founder: Emily Hudson
Upsells: Unknown
Scam Rating: 8 / 10
Overall Rating: AVOID 2 / 10

What’s it all about?


Founder Emily Hudson claims that she can show people how to earn enough money to quit their day job and double their money working from home, working when, where and how much they want.

Your $97 gets you access to a training programme, in which you will learn to “link post”.

Link what?

Link posting is known as affiliate marketing to you and me! Talk about trying to blindside people by making up a new name for an old process!

The website describes this as a “job opportunity” and says that those who sign up for this training program will be working “for” search engines and major companies. What a load of bulls@*t.

Is it a scam?


Whilst not exactly a scam as such, it is not a legitimate opportunity either. Of course it is possible to make a lot of money from affiliate marketing, the numbers claimed here are plucked from thin air and have no substance. Neither does the training course for that matter.

The landing page claims that “within 5 minutes you could be making up to $87 an hour and work from the comfort of your own home!” Yes, you can work from the comfort of your own home, but where does the $87 per hour come from! And that must be some powerful training course if we can be earning that after just five minutes!

The website also claims that “the average amount you make per link is $15” and “it takes just 4 minutes to post a link”. They encourage potential customers to use these numbers to estimate their daily and weekly earnings. But these numbers are completely fictitious.

In Summary


All of the information available in this course is available for free if you are capable of performing an internet search. Maybe I could charge people $100 to show them how to do this?!

What’s more, the information freely available is more relevant, more timely and more complete than anything this ‘opportunity’ has to offer.

So, don’t fall for this obvious gobbledygook, save your money and just use your common sense and your search engine.

For a genuine opportunity and to learn everything there is to know about affiliate marketing (and more), take a look at my number one recommended opportunity, Wealthy Affiliate. You will not regret it.

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This article has 10 Comments

  1. Sometimes I think that scammers just enjoy their time and are doing scams to make fun from others. Even though I understand that this is a scam, I believe that for example my grandmom would fall into this so easily. I hope there will be more and more reviews like yours and people will finally stop being robbed.

    Thanks!

    1. Yes, sign-up to my internet search training for dummies, just $100, but get in quick, as there are limited places available and the price wil be going up very soon!
      Anyone falling for that? No? Worth a try!
      Thanks for your comments, Trevor.

  2. Great review of the program. I like how they tried to make up a new name for affiliate marketing through “link post.” I actually learned about this program through doing some other work and I was wondering what it was all about. I’m glad I know now and I didn’t actually think about going through with getting a membership. Thanks for the info!

  3. Damn, $100 is a lot of money to invest in a company that’s making exaggerated claims…I would only pay that much if I truely trusted the company and it’ll take a lot more than words to get such a trust.

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