Extreme Home Profits Review – I Can’t Recommend it Even in the Best Scenario

September 3, 2015 14 Comments




Product name: Extreme Home Profits

Product owner: Michelle Robinson

Website: extremehomeprofits.com

Price: $97, after discount $47

Verdict: Not recommended


Extreme Home Profits is claimed to be a powerful program designed by leading experts of the industry to help people like you and me make thousands of dollars using proven methods. The program is claimed to be easy to implement and allows you to achieve financial freedom and change your life.

They promise that you can start making money in 5 minutes with no prior experience or skills. Michelle Robinson is the owner of other programs such as Work at Home EDU that has a bad reputation due to using tricky methods and making unrealistic promises to people.

Surprisingly, Bobbie Robinson is the owner of Work at Home Institute that has many red flags though it offers a decent training on affiliate marketing. Let’s take a closer look at Extreme Home Profits to find out if this program can really help you start making money online.


Pros of Extreme Home Profits

  • Good training on PPC and SEO


Cons of Extreme Home Profits

  • Unrealistic promises
  • 1 Upsell
  • Michelle is associated with other programs that have a bad reputation
  • No real support
  • Website URL is not valid anymore




Inside the program

1. Like I said, the program has some good sides and bad sides as well. I will start with the bad first. First off, the site’s URL doesn’t seem to be valid anymore which is very bad for the site’s authority and proves my statement that the program is not reputable and can’t be recommended.

Programs like Extreme Home Profits change their website name, i.e. URL very often due to a high number of negative reviews about their program which again proves that the program is not good enough to recommend it.

To prove my statement I support my statement with two images of two different companies, Extreme Home Profits and Replace your Job.

Doesn’t it look ridiculous and untrustworthy that two different companies use the same layout? I think this fact alone is enough to not recommend Michelle’s program.







2. Like most of the programs that make unrealistic promises Extreme Home Profits follows the same pattern. It promises you to start making money immediately right after joining the program while in fact it’s far from reality.

The hard truth is that all these empty promises never come true. People join these programs, pay the money only to realize that they have been scammed and then they jump to the next program…

And it will continue until you realize that money can’t be made on autopilot and that it requires time and effort to start making a consistent income online.




3. To prove my statement that making money online is not easy I want you to take a look at the image below from a reliable website that clearly says and explains how you should take promises about easy money. I think this fact alone means a lot and can save you tons of money.




4. Michelle Robinson is associated with some other poor programs. To prove my statement I support it with two images from two different programs with the same unrealistic claims. Take a look at Michelle and Bobbie Robinson and ask yourself: Does it look trustworthy?







5. Another bad thing is that inside the members area they urge you to call a specialist who is going to help you with the program. I don’t think it’s a good idea and to be honest I would never call them because most programs that try to get your phone number do so in order to call YOU later with different promotional useless offers.

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6. On the second step they recommend you to get your own free website. If you want to have a free website I can recommend you a free tool which you can use to build your very own website and plus get access to the first level of Wealthy Affiliate certification course that helped me start making money. I think it’s a much better alternative to what Extreme Home Profits offers you.


7. And now I want to say a few words about good sides of the program which is their training on PPC and SEO. The main part of the training deals with PPC (Pay Per Click) for Bind Ads and Google Adwords. PPC is a paid traffic that you can get from Yahoo or Google if you place your ad in search engine search results.




Compared to free traffic that you can get from search engines through optimization of your website, paid traffic i.e. each click will cost you money. PPC is very popular method of driving traffic and making money though it costs you money.




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The good side of PPC is that you don’t need to wait for your content to get ranked in search engines. You can start driving traffic immediately. The bad side of PPC is that you can easily waste all your money with no results.

Even if you watch PPC training it doesn’t guarantee that you will make any money at all. It requires experience, not just theoretical knowledge. To be honest, PPC training that Extreme Home Profits offers you is not perfect at all but it’s not bad either.

It explains very well how to bid, how to choose keywords and most importantly how to write headings for your ads. I have some good experience in PPC and to be honest I wouldn’t recommend it for those who are new to internet marketing.

Trust me, you can waste all your budget in no time. SEO part has 13 lessons that will teach you how to drive free traffic from search engines.


Final word on Extreme Home Profits

1. Though the program has many red flags I have to admit that their training is not bad. My main issue with the training is that PPC in my opinion is not for newbies and it requires some experience before you can start seeing even decent results with your PPC campaigns.

2. The support is not good. Solving problems by means of a phone call is not a choice

3. Some red flags stop me from recommending this program though it offers some value

4. The website seems to have been shut down which means I can’t even recommend it in the best scenario

5. There is a program that gives you a totally free access within a week with 2 free websites, 10 free lessons on how to make money online, live chat and opportunity to ask unlimited number of questions before you decide to become a premium member. Plus it offers a top notch training on SEO, PPC and many more. I’ve been a member of this awesome program for almost 2 years and can honestly recommend it.

Let me know if you have any questions and I will be happy to answer all your questions.


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My name is Adam. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

Comments (14)

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  1. Riaz Shah says:

    Hey Rufat,
    Glad you made this review, I’ve seen extreme home profits almost everywhere on the internet and its bugging me to try.

    It looks too good to be true and like many other things, they probably are. I hope can save a lot of people their time from this scam, do keep up those reviews, cheers!

    • Rufat says:

      Since the program is not worth the time and money I believe I’m doing a good job by explaining to people what this program is about. There are countless other legit programs that can be a good alternative to this low quality program.

  2. Boniface says:

    Hi Rufat,
    That’s quite a nice article and the review in it is quite on point and helpful.
    You are doing a good job exposing scams and also advising on legit sites so we make the right choices as your readers.
    Extreme Home Profits by all standards according to your review is a big NO.

    • Rufat says:

      I’m really glad you find my review helpful and I’m doing my best to help people like you. I think extreme home profits is not a scam but like you say it’s a big No in my opinion and you would better look for some other legit opportunity.

  3. Tasos Perte Tzortzis says:

    Hello Rufat , your introduction points to another bad program and then you mention that the website URL is not valid.Do you mean they had taken it down?

    This catchy title is always a bad sign and as I can see from your screenshots they lack of quality … so this looks like a useless program to my eyes.

    On the other hand their training on PPC is worthy but that is not enough when you begin by promising millions.

    Another very honest review , good job.

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Tasos, regarding URL, yes I mean that their site was taken down which is normal for sites like this one. To be honest, the program is not good and as you can see from my final verdict I don’t recommend it. But they have a good training on PPC and SEO which is a good sign. But the major problem with Extreme Home Profits is that it’s associated with other link posting scams and all these programs made so many false promises and unrealistic claims that I can’t recommend it even despite the fact that they have some good training material. I’m not really sure they provide any support. It’s not a useless program, but there is a trust issue here. If it wasn’t associated with other shady programs I could recommend it. And you are right that PPC is just one method out of many others that must be applied in order to be successful in internet marketing.

  4. Kush1000 says:

    Hey! Great post you have created here.
    I see scam as soon as i see the title:) fake promises are the first thing that raises red flag, good job with warning others to not get scammed, we all know how many scams are online…99% if you ask me, good thing I found WA…
    I’m sure many people will find this article useful and interesting as I did.
    Thanks for sharing this and have a great day!
    Cheers and good luck

    • Rufat says:

      Glad Kush you found my article interesting. I’m afraid you are right that most of the programs that claim to teach people how to make money online are complete scams. When it comes to Extreme Home Profits, at first glance, the program is not a complete scam because it offers some good training material on PPC and SEO. But their website is no more functioning which points to its most likely being a scam and since it’s associated with other link posting scams some of which were shut down too, it’s not hard to come to a conclusion that it’s much safer to stay away from all these programs. Especially because there are much better programs that are completely legit and reputable.

  5. sonia says:

    Hello I would like to know how I can work from home. Which website is the Best for work…

  6. Richard says:

    Thanks for the indepth review of Extreme Home Profits. As with many of these type of outfits, they seem to promise a lot but really offer little. They promise the earth for little effort and investment and as you have stated well – it is just too good to be true.

    It seems very fishy the amount of websites they have for the same thing – smells of scam behaviour. The fact that their URL is no longer working certainly puts me off.

    I appreciate that you state their PPC training is good – but agree that you can find this elsewhere without the need for spending time and money on a site that overall under-delivers.

    I have developed a view after being ripped off a few times that slow and steady with excellent education & sound understanding is the better way too go. Would you agree with this approach?

    Thanks again for warning about the site and ensuring I don’t waste my hard earned cash!


    • Rufat says:

      I agree Richard, it seem very fishy and though compared to other link posting scams they provide some sort of training and the training is good the overall verdict is not in favour of this program due to using many tricky methods and being associated with other poor programs. There is no real support and the site is shut down. All these facts prove that though the training is good the program is not good for being involved in shady methods and that’s why their site is shut down. I agree with your conclusion and follow the same approach. As for PPC training there are much better alternatives out there. Whenever I expose programs like this one I believe and feel that I did a good job by exposing them and helping people save their hard earned cash.

  7. Chris says:

    Well the overall review you posted seemed quite positive ( in my eyes at least! ) until I stumbled upon the section where you highlight that the owner has been involved with some bad programs in the past. This surely is a warning sign and something you should consider before investing your money. Antoher great review Rufat 🙂

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Chris, Yes, though the overall quality of the training is not bad and you can learn a thing or two from this program, I really can’t say in my verdict that the program is good. First off, it’s associated with bad programs and has some other red flags which stop me from recommending it to others. There is no support which is unacceptable at all. You need access to active community of people ready to help you at any time. This is a fact that support is very critical aspect of any program that claims to help you build your online business. Since extreme home profits is shut down there is no sense to even talk about it. As I mentioned in my review people who stand behind this program very often change their website name and finally the process ended up with the website’s being shut down

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