There are not many people in this world who would say “No” to an extra $4912 per day.
That’s the earning potential being suggested by Jamie Lewis with his product, Profit 365.
Are these earning claims realistic or is this a product that fails to deliver on its promise?
Unfortunately, the internet is bursting at the seams with products that make such bold promises about what can be earned.
So in this unbiased Profit 365 review, I’m going to dissect every aspect of Jamie’s product so that you can decide for yourself if it’s right for you.
What Exactly Is Profit 365?
Product Name: Profit 365
Product Type: Make money online/affiliate marketing
Product Creator: Jamie Lewis. Co-Creators: Shawn Josiah and Andrea Fulton
Product Price: $37 initially
I’m a little disappointed to see that the Profit 365 website consists of nothing more than a sales pitch video and a signup button.
As an experienced reviewer of products like this, I know the goal here is to get the visitor focused on the video and make a yes or no decision about the product.
My problem with this approach is, it’s the same website format used by many scam products that I have reviewed before.
And I become even more concerned if the earnings suggested are very high – as is the case with Profit 365.
But let’s give Profit 365 a chance to prove there is nothing to be concerned about.
At approximately 20 mins long, the video on Profit 365 consists of Jamie Lewis telling us what can be achieved with his program.
Unfortunately, the focus is on earning potential with no real or specific mention of how you will actually do it.
The parts I picked up on the most from Jamie in the video are that anyone can do this, plus there are regular reminders of the 60-day money-back guarantee should you be unhappy with the product.
“Create your Clickbank ID, blast it to the masses and make commissions!”
The only real reference to what you might be doing as a Profit 365 member is within the cut scenes in the video where Jamie shows members of the public his Clickbank account on his mobile phone.
Jamie’s earnings are high enough to make people question what he is doing to make that much money.
His high-spirited follow-up to that question is: “Create your Clickbank ID, blast it to the masses and make commissions!”
The reality here is that there is no definitive breakdown of exactly what you will be doing at Profit 365 to generate the kind of money that Jamie reports above.
What’s Included With The Profit 365 Program?
The only way to discover more about Profit 365 and what’s included is to pay $37.
Remember, there is a 60-day refund policy in place so that reduces the risk if you are thinking of giving it a go.
Once inside Profit 365, you are provided with what Jamie himself describes as a database of all the tools you need to make money online from affiliate marketing.
Jamie explains that the idea for the structure of the Profit 365 program came from his music website created 14 years ago.
As a Profit 365 customer, you get a bunch of website templates promoting a wide variety of products from the Clickbank Marketplace.
You then do as Jamie suggests and insert your affiliate link so that you earn commission payments from your promotions.
Among the database of resources, you will also find email swipes created by Jamie that you can use to promote further products via an email sequence.
You also get 8 videos totaling around 2 hours of training.
While all these resources sound like they might be powerful…there’s a problem.
None of the training videos or resources appear to tell you exactly what you need to do to put everything together.
It would be like a chef putting a bag of the finest ingredients on the table and asking me to cook something special.
Cooking is definitely not my thing so I wouldn’t have a clue where to start!
So with that in mind – how would a complete newbie to making money online know how to make use of the Profit 365 system?
The next point below might be a clue.
Are There Any Additional Costs Associated With Profit 365?
Like most make money online products these days, Profit 365 has a number of upsells and downsells.
For the record, I’m not against these providing the initial purchase delivers on its promise and the additional costs in some way enhance it.
With Profit 365 there are 2 main upsells as explained on the affiliate program page.
The first costs $197 and consists of a further 120 website templates across 12 niches that can be used with the main $37 program.
There’s a downsell from this $197 upgrade where you pay $97 for half of the templates listed above.
The second upsell costs $297 and is a series of 1-1’s with Jamie where he personally teaches you the Profit 365 system.
There’s also a downsell from this at $149 where you get half of the 1-1 sessions mentioned above.
My worry here is that most newbie’s trying the Profit 365 system will not be able to make the $37 version work as advertised.
This will increase the chances of them paying a lot more money to upgrade and get personal help from Jamie.
Please Note: I haven’t been able to establish if the refund policy covers the more expensive upsells.
What Are Others Saying About Profit 365?
I always advise people to be cautious when firing up Google to check for reviews on work from home products.
Firstly, despite how good or bad a product might be, you will always get people saying a product definitely works just because they can earn a mountain of commissions in return.
This is particularly true of products with a series of upsells and downsells as mentioned earlier.
These reviews are generally easy to spot because the review content is very thin and doesn’t go into detail about what’s included.
So of all the genuine reviews that I checked (the good guys who are not trying to profit from it), there were some interesting points raised.
The most common concern as raised here is that a newbie would struggle to get much from the $37 version of Profit 365.
The next point is that some of the content in the $37 version is out of date.
The video training appears to have been created in 2016 (3 years before the product was launched), and some of the website templates are up to 10 years old.
Also, in the training section on using an auto-responder on your website, there is no mention of the European GDPR laws which were put into place in 2018.
This alone is a major concern and would put an unknowing newbie in a position of potential financial risk.
So the overall opinion from the “good guy” reviewers out there is that the entry-level version of Profit 365 has a number of flaws.
Is Profit 365 A Scam? My Final Verdict
Calling a program a scam is not something that I take lightly.
With that in mind, I am NOT going to call Profit 365 a scam because it offers a degree of security with the refund policy.
However, I do not think that anyone new to this industry would be able to earn $4912 a day from the $37 version of Profit 365.
The training at the time of this review is out of date and flawed in specific areas which could lead to unexpected problems for an unsuspecting newbie.
I also have concerns about the quality of the upsells based purely on the $37 version.
For those reasons, I feel that Profit 365 does not live up to its initial promise and I, therefore, cannot recommend it.
As an online earner of over 10 years, I cannot stress enough that it really isn’t possible to earn huge sums of money overnight online.
The affiliate marketing business model mentioned by Jamie is a brilliant way to make money online if you do it right.
If it’s something that interests you, check out how I learned to do it.
Have you tried Profit 365? If so I would love to hear about your experience in the comments section below.
Marcus – WFHW