Have you been sent a private invitation to join Pure Profit Pro?
Maybe some sponsor promoted this biz opportunity to you and were sent more details.
You then landed on the Pure Profit Pro website and read everything about the company.
As it turns out, YOU are actually qualified.
Qualified to partake in this home-based business!
But you thought to yourself…
“This is one big commitment I have to make right now!”
“Should I pass it up and look for something else…”
“Or should I go ALL-IN on this opportunity, so I won’t end up regretting it later on?”
Before you make any move, I suggest reading first my Pure Profit Pro review.
I’ll show you everything you need to know about this program.
Without you risking precious dollars from your wallet.
Shall we dive in?
Name: Pure Profit Pro
Website: Only Through Private Invitation
Founder: John Bane
Price: $250; $500; $1,000
Verdict: Recommended, BUT After Acknowledging My Warnings
What is Pure Profit Pro All About?
Pure Profit Pro offers anyone a business opportunity to make money online.
It claims to have all the tools you need to succeed.
So that you’ll be able to set yourself free from any financial shackles.
I’ve heard this ‘freedom’ pitch like hundreds of times before (on hundreds of biz opp products).
What makes Pure Profit Pro different?
In a nutshell, PPP is a direct sales program offering anyone the opportunity to earn a 6-figure income immediately.
This is the most overhyped income claim I’ve heard of ever since I wrote biz opp reviews!
That anyone can make floods of money as easy as 1-2-3.
Well, I don’t think it makes PPP a scam right off the bat.
We’ve yet to uncover what the entire system works.
So let’s not make rash conclusions, okay?
According to the sales video, PPP capitalizes on the E-Learning industry, which is worth over 107 billion dollars.
Here’s what it’s equivalent to (to put things in perspective):
Pretty big numbers, right?
It’s what the sales video refer to as the “E-Learning Phenomenon”.
When I saw Frank Kern as an example, I immediately knew that it’s about selling digital products.
Which I think is a really good way to make money online.
In fact, ALL my sales so far are attributed to digital products I’ve sold over the years.
So does it mean Pure Profit Pro is a great program?
Let’s find out in a short while.
What Will Pure Profit Pro Provide You With?
One thing’s for sure, this opportunity is not like those crappy products I commonly see on ClickBank, WarriorPlus, JVZoo, or ClickBetter.
Pure Profit Pro is indeed better-looking and more comprehensive.
It’s a turnkey business that you can set-up, thanks to its Plug N’ Play marketing system.
Without question, I agree that you’ll need a simplified turnkey system.
If you’re a newbie online, you can’t afford to handle too many tasks at a time.
You’d be better off having someone handle complicated (but less significant) tasks so that you can focus on the more important stuff.
Things like: Bringing in leads, building credibility, helping other people succeed, and getting RESULTS.
Now for these important stuff, Pure Profit Pro provides you with E-Learning Bundles that teach you how to do Internet marketing.
Because when you master Internet marketing, making money online will become almost effortless.
Your ability to drive tons of leads, regardless of what offer you’re promoting, is the make-or-break factor that will either bring you wealth or not.
Grabbing Pure Profit Pro: The Three Bundles
To get into Pure Profit Pro, you’ll be choosing between three bundles.
You’ll get both plug n’ play system and e-learning products on any of these bundles.
But obviously, the bigger fee you pay, the more benefits you’ll get.
Unfortunately, it will cost you a TON of money on your part.
Which is why I’m telling you to slow down and think carefully before joining this opportunity.
With that said, here are the price points for each of the membership levels:
I’ve gone through all the details of each of these levels.
Pure Profit I has some training on mindset, basic Internet marketing, list building, and Facebook traffic. It costs $250 plus $95 one-time admin fee.
Pure Profit II has some training on leadership, self-improvement, Law of Attraction, and an entire training series called CRS 1.0. It costs $500 plus a $125 one-time admin fee.
Pure Profit III is composed of TONS of Internet marketing courses. It costs $1,000 and a $145 one-time admin fee.
The funny thing is, I feel like I’m the only one mentioning the REAL contents of these bundles.
Everyone else explains the price points from the point of view of the compensation plan.
Which is what we’re gonna’ tackle next.
How You’ll Make Money: The Compensation Plan
Let’s face it.
The main reason why biz opp seekers pay up the $250, $500, or $1,000 fee is for the opportunity to participate in the company’s compensation plan.
Sadly, the only way to make real income from Pure Profit Pro is by recruiting others to join Pure Profit Pro as well.
The e-learning materials only serve as ‘filler’ to train members to bring in new people.
With that said, I’m not questioning the quality of PPP’s training.
I think you can make good use of it.
Moving on, Pure Profit Pro works on a One-Up Compensation Plan.
Which means that you need only one referral to qualify for sales.
Your very first referral will be passed up to your sponsor (the one who recruited you to PPP).
So the start of your sales will be from your 2nd referral onwards.
Now, every sale you make is worth 100% commissions.
The company earns its revenue probably through the bundles’ admin fees.
Which makes Pure Profit Pro very lucrative business model.
Speaking of lucrative, there are four ways to earn money with this company:
1. Direct Sales – These are the people you’re directly recruiting to your downline, only one level below you. Whichever price level they purchase, you’ll get full 100% commissions from it.
2. Pass-Ups – From your 2nd referral onwards, you’ll be getting each of their first referrals because they’ll be passed up to you. Whatever those referrals’ purchases will go straight up to you.
3. Roll-Ups – These are sales you’re getting when your referrals recruit people who have higher membership levels than the referrals themselves. For instance, if your $250 referral recruits a person who paid on a $1,000 level, the excess ($750) will go to you.
4. Upgrades – Some of your referrals won’t be directly upgrading to a $1,000 membership. But when time comes for them to commit, you’ll get their upgrades for full 100%.
To understand the compensation plan better, watch this video below:
Verdict: Is Pure Profit Pro Worth Your Precious Bucks?
One thing I know for sure: Pure Profit Pro is NOT a scam.
You can certainly make huge money with this somewhat imperfect business model.
However, I’d like to ask you a couple of ‘warning questions’.
Questions that will make you decide wisely whether to pull the trigger or not.
1. Are You Willing to Go “All-In”?
If you’ve checked the compensation plan video above, you’ll notice a common trend.
That is, you’ll make WAY more money if you bought the $1,000 package in the first place!
Remember the Roll-Up Sales?
That’s what happens when a person takes on a lower membership level.
And gets referrals who committed MORE than the sponsor!
Technically, Pure Profit Pro is one of those systems wherein opportunities pass by the person who doesn’t spend huge money on the scheme.
My point: If you’re gonna’ try Pure Profit Pro at all, go ALL-IN.
Or else, don’t join at all!
2. Are You Willing to Work Insanely Hard?
You don’t have to say it: Pure Profit Pro is an MLM scheme.
And like most MLM schemes, they’re harsh environments.
They mostly favor the big guns.
The heavy hitters who have plenty of connections, money, and resources.
Those who can bring in thousands of leads with little effort (leverage).
With this in mind, you’ll be faced with mountains of problems as a newbie.
Which best explains why 99% of MLM members don’t get decent results.
So, does this mean you’re toast?
You just have to hustle more to stand a chance of winning.
Consume the E-Learning programs, then follow and implement the training faithfully.
3. Can You Help Other People Succeed?
To succeed with the recruiting game, small thinking is not an option.
Coz’ if you think of it carefully, the compensation plan implies that YOU support your downlines.
You gotta’ help them bring downlines for themselves.
So that when they do, you’ll be able to get their first referrals (via Pass-Ups).
And they’ll look up to you as an ‘authority’ who knows how to get results.
4. Do You Have Nerves of Steel?
Along the way, you’ll face lots of rejections.
And abundant quantities of hates, objections, criticisms, and naysays.
Whenever you put yourself out there, trying to recruit new people into the scheme,
You’ll be thought of as an ‘evil marketer’.
“One who’s only going after people’s money.”
“One who’s pretending to look kind or generous, since he’ll sell you something.”
“One who’s participating in a pyramid scheme!”
Can you handle all these dialogues as you walk your way to success?
5. Are You Willing to Take The Risk?
MLM programs are notorious.
They’re FTC’s favorite targets for shutting down.
In fact, three MLM’s I know (and reviewed) have already suffered that fate.
And that includes:
- Empower Network
- Digital Altitude
- And just recently, MOBE
Pure Profit Pro is not far off from making the same trajectory.
And if something happens and the company gets taken down, what will happen to your money?
Are you okay with buying into a scheme that can go down without warning?
In the end though, I still RECOMMEND Pure Profit Pro.
Their training will equip you with tools to effectively market online.
Which is what you’ll exactly need to bring in lots of recruits into your downline.
Just make sure you take all five warnings that I’ve mentioned.
And you’ll be good.
Don’t Want Pure Profit Pro? Here’s a Cheaper Alternative
In case you don’t wanna’ commit to the Pure Profit Pro system, then I have good news for you.
You can skip the entire program completely and seek something better.
Truth is, there are plenty of biz opp courses that only cost a fraction of the price of PPP’s bundles.
But if I were to pick an opportunity, I’d try something that is FREE of charge first.
Then I’ll see for myself whether I can commit deeper into the system by paying for it.
Once I’m in, I’ll make sure to go ALL-IN until I see success with the program I’ve bought.
No chasing shiny objects.
No following some fanatical income hype.
Just work faithfully on a blueprint that works.
And for sure I’ll get to my financial goals and dreams.
Does this reflect exactly like YOU?
If so, then I suggest trying the place where I got my online business education.
It’s been running for more than a decade, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Best of all, you can try the program for FREE.
See for yourself.
That’s all folks for my Pure Profit Pro review. What are your thoughts about this seemingly lucrative (but expensive) business opportunity? Can this make you money? Let me know down below in the comments.