Stripped Down Profits Review
This is not a review of Stripped Down Profits – this is me giving you my opinion on the sales page. I haven’t seen or used the product they are selling, but if the sales page is anything to go by, stay well clear of it.
Start of meaningful words.
Sometimes in life all you need is a break.
A chance encounter with a stranger could change your life forever.
You could be working in a strip club, and a client comes along, gives you money, and you show him boobies (.) (.) roflcoptorpmslw00tetc
But this client isn’t any client, he just happens to be a top secret internet marketing guru ninja.
You ply this unnamed ninja guru with more booze, drugs and boobies than his mind can handle, and you then threaten to show his wife and kids the implicating video of said debauchery if the guru ninja doesn’t show you how to make a billion dollars on the internet.
As I said, sometimes all you need in life is a break.
And well done to the delightful Haley Milano for seizing her break with both hands.
Not only did she blackmail (yeah…she went there) a successful guru into giving her all his secrets, she then used those secrets to become an overnight Clickbank millionaire at the touch of a button.
But that’s not all, this girl just can’t stop giving….sorry, bad turn of phrase.
She’s decided that “Doing nothing but figuring out how to spend your money and avoid paying taxes” sucks….sorry, cheap joke, that’ll be the last of them, so she’s selling the “1 touch money making software” that she’s using to crank out millions of dollars on auto-pilot.
And get this, she’s selling it for just $47, what a gal, I wonder if she’d marry me.
Hmmm, but wait a minute, I’m having pre-wedding jitters.
After commission and Clickbank fees, Hayley will only be getting around $20 per sale, and imagine the amount of support she’ll have to do.
Why would she want to make $20 per sale selling her 1 touch millionaire making software, when she could carry on using the software herself to churn out the wonga.
Maybe my jitters are right, I need to do more research before asking her to become Mrs Thompson.
So I’ll start with the sales page.
And before I go on, full credit to everyone in this forum thread who has done some digging on the product, I don’t deserve full credit (if any) for the detective work below.
The first thing that catches my eye is that Haley used to work in Spearmint Rhino’s before getting her break, that doesn’t bother me at all, I would have no issues marrying a stripper. Moving on.
I can see that she also likes pancakes, I like pancakes too, maybe she is “the one”.
Hmmmm, but then she says that her personal chef cooks them for her every morning. That sounds a little bit lazy to me, but we all have our flaws. I can live with her being a little bit on the lazy side.
As I scroll further down the page, I see that Hayley Milano (google approves of my misspelling) has posted a picture of some gurus enjoying a few drinks in what I assume must be some sort of private party.
If I right click on the image and look at the file name, it looks to be a picture of a bachelor party in Atlantic city. Apparently there isn’t a Spearmint Rhino club in Atlantic city, Haley must have got that picture off a friend or something.
Or maybe she’s just using a stock photo to represent what a group of Gurus sipping a few drinks MIGHT look like.
Because if you do a search for “Bachelor party atlantic city” on Google images, the very same picture comes up, and can be found on the following site:
They must’ve nicked that picture off Haley’s page, the swines.
Never mind, I can understand Haley using a stock photo to represent what gurus drinking MIGHT look like, it makes sense, I might even start looking for honeymoon destinations….
I’m getting excited now, carrying on down the page I can see this:
SHE BOUGHT HER PARENTS A HOUSE!!!
She is the girl of my dreams, if she got her parents a house just because they produced her, what will she buy the love of her life….I want a plane and a dolphin please Haley Milano of Stripped Down Profits. (in that order)
Just out of interest, I think I’ll right click on the image of her parents house, then do a search for the filename on Google images…
Hmmm, that’s strange, Haley’s parents house looks exactly like this one:
Maybe there’s an innocent explanation for this, maybe instead of taking an actual picture of the house, she decided to use one off a website to represent the house. Yeah….that makes sense, I wonder what sort of ring she’ll like, probably something big and tasteless.
WOW, not only did she buy her parents a house, she then retired at 29 and bought herself what looks like a god awful apartment, and she then created her own range of designer handbags.
Again, just out of interest I’ll do an image search for the filename of Haleys house…….WAIT A MINUTE, WHAT IS THIS:
Out of the first 18 search results for “29399440.JPG”, 15 of them are Haleys house. How strange is that.
A little bit more reading leads me to this page:
Haley Milano lives in an apartment that cost $25m – the most expensive home EVER in the history of Brooklyn??
Hmmmm, that smells just a bit fishy to me, she lives in a $25m home, but is wasting her time selling software for $20 on clickbank?
My Conclusion: I’m not going to ask Haley Milano to marry me, I feel I can do better
My Other Conclusion
Anyone with an ounce of sense can see the sales page is 100% fiction – the story is fake, Haley Milano is fake, the images are fake, so how did it get past Clickbank and why are people promoting it?
I haven’t sold a product of my own on Clickbank for years, but when I did the approval process was a nightmare, if the wording of the page was even a little bit iffy, they’d make you change it. So how can a product like this get past the review team, and didn’t the American Government bring in some kind of legislation to stop these kind of sites?
When did copywriting amount to lying?
Update 16th March 2011
The sales page has since been taken down, but don’t worry, you can view a copy of the full “sales page” here:
(Link to the full sales page at the bottom of the post)
P.S. Anyone wanting to get this “review” to the top of Google, I’d appreciate if you’d link back with the anchor text “Stripped Down Profits Review”, lets see if we can’t do a bit of fake sales page exposing for the greater good. It’ll be good karma and stuff.
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