by Anne | 9:56 pm
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Hello guys, gals, and ghosts of all types. Social Sale Rep emailed this one to me and told me to check it out, so I decided to see if this was something I would be interested in purchasing.

eCom Profit Sniper Review

Name: eCom Profit Sniper

Website: ecomprofitsniper.com

Price: $37 + upsells

Owners: “Tom Parker”

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eCom Profit Sniper Overview

As I was listening to their sales video, I kept thinking that this sounded like something else I had reviewed on my site. It sounds a bit like Profit with Alex, in that you set up an online store.

Unlike Profit with Alex, this program deals with Shopify and not Amazon or eBay.

If I didn’t know the way the internet is run this would seem like the opportunity of a lifetime. $40,000 a month with $2,000 made your very first day, which makes no sense as $2,000 a day over 30 days is $60,000, but whatever. It’s all the zeros that make it stand out, also the fact that you only have to work on it for 20 minutes a day to make it that profitable.

So, no slaving away for hours on your laptop. No special skills required. You don’t need any experience whatsoever Doesn’t it sound like a dream come true?



I admit going over my notes I knew that it had to do with Shopify, but I don’t think they ever got into the details as I wasn’t entirely sure what it was about Thankfully a little more digging and I came up with the answer I was looking for.

The program allows you to build an online website and use Shopify to sell things to people. There was at one point in the video a talk of ads, and putting them places to get people to come to your store, but if all you have is your store, where would you put the ads?

Here’s a clip that I found from the video on their sales page:

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

The Good:

  • This product does what it’s supposed to do
  • It is upfront about costing money

The Bad:

  • If you know where and how to look, you’ll see the inconsistencies in their sales video
  • It sounds way too good to be true

The Ugly:

  • 20 minutes a day will not cut it in the online world to make the amount of money they are suggesting
  • This is an opinion, but: the video is over 20 minutes long, and they repeat a lot of stuff. The guy introduces himself at least twice during this video.

The Story

The way they tell this story is very similar to all the other stories out there of people trying to make money online. However, this one starts with you being told that “Tom” worked for a digital marketing firm in a senior role for a good number of years.

Here’s where the story gets back on track. Apparently “Tom” was working nearly 16 hours a day for this marketing firm and it put a serious strain on his marriage and relationship with his wife and 2 children. So, he quit his job, but he knew the savings would dry up soon enough.scam

He tried to make money online, but could never succeed, so one day he called up an old coworker of his named “Jonathon Myers” who told “Tom” about this revolutionary system that turned things around miraculously. “Jonathon” knew that “Tom” would have been able to make it work even better and so “Tom” sat down and produced eCom Profit Sniper.

This is the same story they use every time. They tweak the formula just a bit and then voila, another success story.

The Repeats

They could have taken out 10 minutes of this video and all the relevant information would have remained intact. He introduces himself at the beginning of the video, and then halfway through goes back for a reintroduction so that he can tell his story.

It’s told to you at least 3 or 4 times how much money you’ll be able to make with this system. That’s 4 different numbers thrown at you every single time. The daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly potential. That’s all it is since they have an earnings’ disclaimer. It’s like a bad record stuck on repeat.

“Tom” also prevaricates a lot. He tells us that we’re going to get a live demonstration of how to use this product, but first here’s so more redundant and regurgitated information for you. When we do finally get to the “live demonstration” it’s at warp speed and lasts all of 30 seconds or so.

The Earnings

“Tom” does show us these fancy graphs on how much money he’s made in 3 different months. Take a look. Can you spot the irregularities? These are the profit charts for October, November, and December respectively.

October EarningsNovember EarningsDecember Earnings

The very first thing I noticed was the graph. It’s the exact same one in every single picture. There’s a $5,000 dollar difference between the 3 incomes, so there should be a difference in how much was made. Also, the most profit was received on the 11th of the month every single time?
The graph numbers are weird, too. It starts at $600 and the next number is $1,800. I don’t know about you, but I’ve never seen a graph jump in $1,200 increments. A little quick math from the graph and I came up with roughly $20,000, not over $40,000 like is shown.

You will notice after the date that there was apparently 76 orders that month, but if you look at the bottom right there were only 46 orders. A single picture I could have dismissed as maybe the orders from the last month, but I have 3 months that say the exact same thing.

So, people were paying between $600-$1,100 an order depending on which number of orders are correct, if either of them are.

The returns are odd too. I noticed on the October and December months that they each had $80.00 worth of returns, while November had $180.00. The no cents at the end bugged the heck out of me, especially since each order is worth roughly $600.00.

However, I just noticed that on the November return there is no minus sign like on the October and December returns, which leads me to believe that these were edited and cannot be trusted.

Then we have this bank statement from Wells Fargo. Not sure if this picture is legit from Wells Fargo online banking website, but even this looks suspicious. Do you see?

Bank Statement
Who in their right minds would keep over a million dollars in their checking account, with nothing in savings? That just smacks of editing and tampering. They might have transferred it all to checking just to make it look even better, but it’s really fishy to me.

eCom Profit Sniper Price

I started snapping a quick picture of the ClickBank box to show you the prices that affiliates get for something like this. I think it’s really important to know exactly what affiliates get and how much they make.

UpsellsSo, what can I tell you about the pricing? For something that only costs $37, an affiliate gets an average of $52.04 a sale. That just doesn’t add up. The little blurb states that a single person can make up to $844 in commissions. I believe that’s average overall since that is a lot of money for a single sale.

Down on the bottom, the spinning blue arrows indicate that somewhere in eCom Profit Sniper there is a recurring fee. That means that each month someone is getting billed for something. The orange up arrow means that there are upsells in this product, which makes affiliates even more money.

Also, if I remember correctly the average re-bill total is how much people spend there. $162.18 isn’t a truly crazy amount of money, but it is definitely a large chunk of cash.

My Final Opinion of eCom Profit Sniper

The absolute kicker that made me want to throw my work laptop across the room was the guilt trip he tried to do at the end. He tells you to think of your family and where you want to be in 10 years. Then, he tells you that if you don’t get this product that you won’t have met your goals and will have let your family down.

My final opinion? I didn’t buy it, so you shouldn’t either. Don’t waste your money on this. The reviews I have read about this product are not good, and I’m adding to it. I could see this as a scam the moment he said it would only take 20 minutes a day. Unless you are a certifiable genius, and even then it’s a big if, you cannot make half a million a year on 10 hours of work a month. It’s not possible for a brand new start-up business.

This, once again, belongs in the garbage heap. However, if you want to learn how to get real traffic to your website and learn about keywords and SEO then you should check this out. The best part is that it’s free. Click here to learn more.

eCom Profit Sniper at a Glance…

Name: eCom Profit Sniper

Website: ecomprofitsniper.com

Price: $37 + upsells

Owners: “Tom Parker”

VERDICT:


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.
Thanks,

Anne

 

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Comments

Heidi

There is so much of this garbage on the internet these days, it’s making me want to throw my laptop across the room too! Thanks for a thorough review, saved me having to look at the video which I felt would be 20 minutes of my life I would not get back. Interested in your link to Jaaxy though, do you think the Pro version would be enough for a small starter site? I’m just starting out and obviously the budget is not real big. Thanks for your time.

Apr 16.2018 | 06:47 pm

    Anne

    Hello, Heidi, and thank you for taking the time to read my posts. I’m glad you found my site helpful and informative. The video was awful, so I’m happy that I could save you the trouble. Jaaxy has been perfect for me and I still consider myself a small starter site, so it should work beautifully for you.

    Take care,

    Anne

    Apr 16.2018 | 07:18 pm

Wayne

I enjoyed reading your review, Anne and If what you have said here is really true, I will be sure to stay as far away from this as possible.

20 minutes a day? Totally ridiculous. And the pictures are also a dead giveaway. With so many of these bad “Get Rich Quick” systems out there I am amazed that I didn’t fall into one of these traps when I was searching “How to make money on the internet” and, instead, found the best place to learn how to do it right.

So, thanks for the info and the heads up about this product. All the best,

Wayne

Apr 17.2018 | 07:36 pm

    Anne

    Hello, Wayne, and thank you for reading my review. I’m glad you enjoyed it and found it informative. 

    I’m glad you haven’t fallen for any of them and managed to make your way to one of the legitimate ones out there.

    Take care,

    Anne

    Apr 18.2018 | 02:51 am

Timothy

Your review was very well done. i found myself thinking of the inconsistencies of the three months. I am happy to hear that someone is out there trying to give others the heads up on what could be a scam. I gathered from what you wrote and your opinion that this is one of those way to good to be true. I agree that the red flag rose when i read and heard 20 minutes a day also! Great Job on this review. I know a bit more of what to look for. Thanks

Apr 21.2018 | 04:54 pm

    Anne

    Hello, Timothy, and thank you for reading my post. I’m glad you found it informative.

    It’s very interesting what these scams think we’ll miss.

    Take care,

    Anne

    Apr 21.2018 | 07:16 pm

Melissa Hazlett

Hi. Wow I have heard of many of these types of companies. It is too bad they take advantage of people like this. I really do not like how they added the guilt trip at the end of the video. If you are with a legitimate company this would not have been said.

May 04.2018 | 01:33 pm

    Anne

    Hello, Melissa, and thank you for taking the time to read my post. I completely agree that legitimate companies wouldn’t have done that. I’m glad you found my article informative.

    Take care,

    Anne

    May 04.2018 | 02:16 pm

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