Product Name: Rapid Mass Profits
Product Owner: Matthew Shields
Advertised Price: $1 Trial, $77 per month
What Is It?
An ultra secret software developed by a PhD in Java X that puts money in your bank account with zero effort. Hahahahahah. Seriously?! I can't even say that without laughing.
I have a very high tolerance for bullshit after reviewing so many products. I always try to give a product the benefit of the doubt and at least buy it to see what's actually inside. But Rapid Mass Profits is such a ridiculous idea and so obviously a lie that I did not want to risk my credit card information with their payment processor.
Before You Buy
Very typical of internet marketing gurus and scam artists, Matthew Shields spins a story that tries to relate to you. He tells a tale that hits all “poor me” points. He had a terrible childhood, he worked a dead end job, his boss was a jerk, he got fired, he didn't have enough money to feed his kids, and his wife thought he was a loser.
The only thing worse would be if he had cancer and his kids had leukemia, but we already saw that one in a scam called Money Formula.
We are then fed a compete lie about how he hacked into a forum of internet millionaires and was greeted by a mysterious individual called Cypher X. Instead of doing something malicious like sending our buddy Matt a virus or something more realistic like exposing his personal information on the internet, Cypher X says how awesome it is he was able to crack “the code”.
What I Didn't Like About Rapid Mass Profits
I'm really sorry if the “short review” from above seemed a bit mean. I'm sure that many of you have already bought Rapid Mass Profits and were greeted not by a kind of awesome software that made you thousands of dollars per day, but instead, were sold a bunch more stuff to “jumpstart” or “skyrocket” your earnings.
Most products like this have something called an “upsell” which is a way for the owner to make more money off of you. They sell you something for cheap, then while you are in a buying mood, try to sell you something more expensive.
This is just a guess though.
Personally, I did not trust their payment processor. The payment page looked pretty basic, and though I would be willing to spend $1 to try this out and see what it's all about, I am not willing to spend $77.
Also, remember that with credit cards, a company can continue to charge you whatever they want if you agree to recurring payments! I've now had to cancel two credit cards because of rogue recurring payments that I could not locate the source of (very likely a result of buying so many products like this to review on my website.
A software that generates profits?
This doesn't even make sense. Money is made from selling stuff. There is not way that a software is going to be able to make money unless it's stealing it. I can't even imagine how the concept of a money-generating software would work. Where is the money coming from?
Unrealistic expectations and an empty wallet is all that Rapid Mass Profits will deliver. I'll admit though, I didn't try it. If you have actually bought it and want to tell us what the heck it is, please comment below. For me however, it's enough to see the lies in the sales video to know that this is a scam.
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