is 60 minute profit plan a scam
by Anne | 12:14 pm

60 Minute Profit Plan Review

Name: 60 Minute Profit Plan


Price: $37+ Upsells

Owners: “Brittany Francis”

Overall Score: 0 out of 10

is 60 minute profit plan a scam

60 Minute Profit Plan Overview

I admit that I have no clue what this product is about. Why? Should I feel that it’s not worth my time, then I will not buy it. I’m definitely not buying it when the promotional video they play does not even give me a clue as to what I will be doing to make the insane amounts of money they tell you that you’ll be able to make.

So, what do I know? You only have to spend an hour or two on it each day, whatever “it” is. I know that this product is supposed to be able to make you $220 in your first hour, $1,600 a day, $32,000 a month, and $384,000 a year. That is what I know and that is all that they promote.


The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

The Good:

  • There really isn’t anything good about this that I can think of.
    • It says that you don’t need any technical skills?

The Bad:

  • The testimonials are convincing (More on these later)
  • Almost every single source of money that is shown in this video is from a different source.

The Ugly:

  • Everything in this video is fake. Yes, all of it. Even the testimonials. (Still more on that later)
  • They say it’s only for a limited number of students to try to get you to buy it without thinking it through.

It’s All Fake!

The pictures I’m fairly certain are stock photos, I know the one of “Brittany” is. Out of the testimonials, 3 of the 4 I found on Fiverr within the first page after searching “spokesperson video”.

So, first of all: here’s Brittany! Doesn’t she look like a normal person who wants to help? Wait, here she is again! The one on the right was posted all the way back in 2011 from a site called Mormon Women. Her name is apparently Rebecca.

fake picture2011





That as far as I’m concerned, along with the Fiverr testimonials is enough to put me off this product for good. After all, if the testimonials are fake that means the money is, too. You wouldn’t need to pay people to sing your praises.







The Money Claims

Here are the money sources:

Money via PayPalmoney via who knows whatGetting paid
As I said earlier every single one of these shows you money from a different account, so how do we know that these are real and not just taken arbitrarily off the internet like the rest of the visual seem to? These just don’t seem legit after looking at them, at least not in this context.

bank account

Once again, I’m left to say who keeps that kind of money in their checking account? It’s not the million or so the eCom Profit Sniper showed, but you have got to be kidding me! That would have gone towards something, even if it was a retirement account or stocks and bonds.

The Story

I admit that this story is a little more elaborate than the others. It’s a very sad story about a woman getting pregnant at a young age and her partner was away because he was in the military, which makes me wonder how old he actually was. She gave birth at 19. 18 months later she was pregnant again.

Her partner came back from Afghanistan with PTSD so he’s not the same man that she remembered. One day she comes home and he’s gone. No note or anything. (It’s kind of convenient, isn’t it?) Instead of doing the right thing and suing for child support since he was in the military she scrapes by with odd jobs and the help of friends and family.

An old friend connected via Facebook and told her about how her brother was making money online. She tried lots of different things like cryptocurrency, drop-shipping, and social media selling by getting a large group of followers, but they all failed for one reason or another.

One day after listening to a random podcast things just “clicked”. Went to a little-known known website and in the first few hours made $1.46. Things snowballed from there.

That is a summary of her story.

The Video

This video is 26:24 and will be posted below if you really feel like watching it. At 5:54 you finally get introduced to “Brittany Francis” who then tries to show you a fake picture claiming that it’s her. She then goes on to explain her story and it takes almost 15 minutes for her to explain this story that I’ve summarized above. I’d like for you to tell me how many minutes it took to read her story. Was it over 15?

I don’t know if the video that I found on YouTube cut showing some of the money sources out, and I was not about to go to their site and watch the video again when I can’t speed it up, skip ahead, or pause the darn thing. If it’s an exact copy, then there are plenty of times when she says she’ll show you how much she makes, but never gives any evidence.


The final few minutes is her telling us what a great deal this is and how it will make us so much money completely skipping over the part where she actually tells us what we’ll have to do in order to make it.

My Final Opinion of 60 Minute Profit Plan

This is garbage. It’s a fake product designed to make the owner and whoever else promotes it gets rich. It’s not worth spending your money on. Here’s a little show and tell for you:

Click BankThis is their promotional blurb on Click Bank. Thankfully this is a one time fee, but don’t expect to actually get your money back with this product.
I will admit that there was one part at the very end of the video that had me rolling my eyes. They accidentally say that you’ll make $384,000 a month. The eye roll came when the screen also said the same thing. Did they not check for spelling errors of that kind?

The other things that I found about this site is that they have an earnings’ disclaimer which is never a good thing as it basically says that they are not responsible if you make no money and that the examples shown are not the average amount you will earn.

60 Minute Profit Plan at a Glance…

Name: 60 Minute Profit Plan


Price: $37+ Upsells

Owners: “Brittany Francis”

Overall Score: 0 out of 10


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Did you have questions or comments that you would like to make? Then please put them down below. I will be more than happy to tell you what I know, and answer everything to the best of my ability.







Online scammers love to use sad stories because story sells and we humans are easily swayed by emotions. These scammers are smart enough to know that in order to get people to buy their product, they must create a true story that most of us can relate. I also hate the fact that they dont tell you HOW it can be done to achieve the success. Thank you for exposing the 60 Minute Profit Plan. More people need to see this!

Apr 30.2018 | 12:54 pm


    Hello, Rab, and thank you for reading my article.

    I suppose I am odd in a way that s stories don’t have the same impact on me. Of course, it could be the sort of matter of fact way that it’s presented with no real emotion behind it. It’s as if they’re reading off a script.

    It’s one of the things that bugged me, too. Why should I buy a product if you’re not going to tell me how I’m going to make money? 

    Take care,


    Apr 30.2018 | 02:12 pm


I like that your site talks about being an introvert. I personally don’t believe there’s anything wrong with it because I’m somewhat of an introvert myself. You have some really good information in your site and I believe you’re heading in the right direction. I know being online is quite a bit easier for me and it looks like you may be the same way. In my opinion, an internet business is definitely the way to go for those of us who are a bit more introverted.

May 04.2018 | 03:42 am


    Hello, Greg, and thank you for your lovely comment. I hope my information continues to be helpful and informative. I’m always happy to have suggestions for topics brought up. It keeps my creativity going.

    Take care,


    May 04.2018 | 07:12 pm

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