Rapid Profit Package – Scam or Legit? My Review Uncovers How It Really Works

Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

Rapid Profit Package is the name of a newly launched website that promises to provide you with access to a legitimate link posting job that could allegedly see you earning as much as $379 per day.

Rapid Profit Package Website ScreenshotYou’re led to believe that all you need to do to begin making money is simply sign up & then follow the instructions to post links online for various big companies such as Netflix, Oakley & Amazon.

But is Rapid Profit Package actually legit? Or is it just a scam website that’s somehow set out to part you with your time or your hard-earned cash?

Well, thankfully you’ve landed in the right place to find out because I’ve taken a closer look into it & in this honest Rapid Profit Package review I’ll be uncovering the reason why it WON’T work as promised.

And the good news is that I’ll be sharing what you can do instead.

What Is Rapid Profit Package?   |   How Does Rapid Profit Package Work?   |   Who Is Behind It?   |   The Red Flags   |   Is Rapid Profit Package a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is Rapid Profit Package?

Rapid Profit Package is a website that promises to provide you with access to a type of work-from-home job known as a link posting job. They claim that the job can even pay as much as $87 per hour.

According to them, all you need to do is simply sign up & post links online for companies such as Amazon & Netflix & they state that you don’t need any experience whatsoever to get started.

But of course, there’s a catch… And the catch is that you’ve got to hand over some of your own hard-earned cash in order to get started.

Bit strange, don’t you think?

I mean, when have you ever had to hand over money to get access to a “job” in the past?

Probably never, right?

And the real reason they’re asking for cash is that their so-called “job” isn’t really a job at all. Instead, Rapid Profit Package is just a website that’s been designed to sell you on a dream & part you with your cash.

Rapid Profit Package is a scam, plain & simple.

But I appreciate that given the fact it makes some extraordinary (and attractive) claims you may not just be wanting to “take my word for it” when I say that so instead, keep on reading & let me show you the proof.

And I’ll start by showing you how it really works…

How Does Rapid Profit Package Work?

So, the Rapid Profit Package website leads you towards believing that you’ll be getting access to some kind of “job” in which you’ll be paid directly in return for your time & efforts.

For example, they claim that if you post 2 links a day you’ll earn $88.20 & that if you post 10 links you’ll earn $441, etc…

And they even have a calculator that lets you calculate your exact income based on how much you can work.

Rapid Profit Package Income Calculator
Screenshot of the Rapid Profit Package income calculator

But it’s all complete BS.

You see, Rapid Profit Package doesn’t provide you with access to any jobs at all. Instead, they just provide you with some extremely basic training on a method known as affiliate marketing.

Now, don’t get me wrong here – affiliate marketing is a legitimate (and excellent way) to earn money online, but it’s not a “job” by any means & you won’t get paid directly for your efforts.

You see, as an affiliate, you promote third-party products or services & get paid commissions on any sales you manage to generate… Which is great, but your income sure as heck isn’t guaranteed.

In fact, your success as an affiliate will be greatly dependant on the training that you follow because it is based on how effectively you’re able to actually promote the products or services online.

If you don’t know how to effectively promote things, you won’t earn a dime.

And the problem with Rapid Profit Package is that it doesn’t show you how to do any of that at all. Instead, it just gives you a basic insight into how affiliate marketing actually works.

So if you were to hand over your cash to sign up for Rapid Profit Package you’d just be left to feel disappointed with what you receive because ultimately, you will have been conned.

You were led to believe you were buying a “job” & that you will be able to begin generating income right away, but that’s not the case.

But there is some good news, which is that by following a legitimate training course (like my own course, Commission Academy) you can still earn good money online with affiliate marketing.

You just have to appreciate that you won’t earn it as quickly as the Rapid Profit Package scam claims you will.

So onto the next question…

Who Is Behind Rapid Profit Package?

This where things begin to get even more sketchy because on the Rapid Profit Package sales page you’re led to believe that the program has been created by a lady named April Matthews.

But then after hitting the “Get Started Now” button you’re taken to a checkout page that displays a video of some random dude sitting in his car claiming that he is the creator.

Rapid Profit Package Creator
Screenshot of the Rapid Profit Package sales page

Odd, right?

So the reality here is that you have absolutely no idea as to who is behind the Rapid Profit Package scam because “April Matthews” is clearly a fake name & the guy in the video fails to mention his.

And the reason the person behind has chosen to hide his (or her) identity is likely quite clear. It’s because they know that ultimately, it’s a con & they know that you’ll end up chasing them for a refund.

The Red Flags

I write a lot of these types of reviews & even though I stress that the programs/systems (whatever I’m reviewing) are scams, I still get people reading them & then going on to try them out against my advice.

Why?

Well, generally because the claims are so bold. People think to themselves “oh, it might be a scam… but what if it actually works“.

They know they have a high chance of losing money, but they’re so desperate about the tiny potential chance of it actually being real that they sign up regardless (and end up getting burned).

So to try & stop you from doing that, I figured I’d highly some of the red flags in the hope that you can then see it is CLEARLY a scam & that you will definitely get burned if you do indeed join.

Red Flag #1 – Too Good To Be True

The first red flag is that the whole thing is simply way too good to be true. If you could really just post links online & earn as much as $379 per day working from home then everybody would be doing it.

And guess what? They’re not.

I mean sure you can earn money by posting links through affiliate marketing but there’s no way that you’re going to “easily” earn $379 per day right from day 1 like Rapid Profit Package promises you will.

Red Flag #2 – No Transparency

Who’s the owner? Where’s the company based? How do you get a refund? What do you actually get access to if you buy?

The Rapid Profit Package offers no transparency whatsoever. It just sells you in on the dream of being able to earn lots of money really quickly with little to no work all from the comfort of your own home.

That alone screams “scam”!

Red Flag #3 – Fake Scarcity

The Rapid Profit Package website makes several efforts to try & scare you into signing up really quickly without too much thought.

For example, they claim that only “115 positions are available in your area” & that you only have “10 minutes to sign up” when you land on the checkout page…

But that’s just more BS.

I actually came across the Rapid Profit Package scam last week but didn’t have time to review it until today & guess what? It’s still there, claiming those exact same things.

Is Rapid Profit Package a Scam?

Heck yeah, Rapid Profit Package is definitely a scam.

The entire thing has basically just been designed to trick you into believing that you’ll be getting access to a legitimate work-from-home job but once you hand over your cash, you’ll find out that’s not the case.

All you really get access to is something extremely basic training that gives you nothing more than an “insight” into affiliate marketing.

Now, affiliate marketing is legit (and can certainly enable you to make good money) but the “training” provided by Rapid Profit Package won’t really show you how to get started. In fact, it’ll probably just confuse you even more.

So if you really want to build up an income online my advice would be for you to save your money, avoid Rapid Profit Package & instead just choose a legitimate course like my own course, Commission Academy.

Through Commission Academy, you’ll learn the REAL steps to get started (and make money) with affiliate marketing.

But either way, whatever you decide to do, I just sincerely hope that my Rapid Profit Package review here has given you a good insight into how the whole thing really works. I also hope it’s helped you to save your money.

Feel free to leave any additional comments or questions below.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

Amazon Earnings Example

I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

About the Author:
Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]
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32 thoughts on “Rapid Profit Package – Scam or Legit? My Review Uncovers How It Really Works”

  1. How do I get in contact with the people from Rapid Profit packages? They have taken money out of my account twice already. Of course I cannot find a way to contact them??? HELP!!!!

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      • I really wish I would have seen this before today!! I didn’t think I gave them anything other than the $44.00 (“reduced fee”) for Rapid Profit package! But they charged $124.00 to my credit card and sent me a receipt for 17.00 and one for 15.00 dollars…I never had a chance to look at the information before the “Specialist” called me! After several hours of questions mostly about my finances, this guy wanted me to get on my computer and sign unto their link to show me what was on the package I ordered. Which I never did see, because he then wanted me to get into Credit Karma and pull up my credit record! I asked him why and he said they need it “like all new employers, they want to see your credit score.” Well guess what he was in my computer. I wanted to know why and he said he was there to guide me through the information process. Then A man by the name of Mike Winters got on the phone with me and said he was the Senior Advisor trying to assure me that they aren’t able to see any personal information on my computer, which I already turned off as soon as I realized what was going on! Then he wanted me to “invest $4,200.00. Well of course I’m not the smartest human on this planet, but I’m not the stupidest either!! They always called me from a Washington State phone number (Seattle) area they said anyway! I was livid over all of it… but thank god I followed my intuition and said “Thanks but no Thanks!!” Thanks for posting this information! It’s so important for people to know about Rapid Profit Package scams! They’ll just talk u into exhaustion and then go in for the kill!!

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        • So sorry to hear about your experience Nancy but I’m really glad that you didn’t fall deeper into the scam & deposit more money. Thanks for stopping by & sharing your experience here.

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    • Dana you can call.your bank and they will.help.you. I gave them a try and realized right away what I bought into wasnt what their ads said.
      During the interview I was asked if I had any Mofia affiliates. Whoa RED FLAG

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  2. These Assholes just conded me and I’m handicapped and have cancer I just wanted to help my family make end’s meet and got screwed well I’m going to call the BBB in the Am and see what I can do about these creeps. Thank you so much for this information. Blessings to you.

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  3. What a great review. You speak with the authority of someone who has real world experience. Thank you. I have realized that the more time spent ‘selling the dream before explaining the business model, the less likely the opportunity is real. The marketer’s background and list of assets is irrelevant. Thank you for these reviews, and for the cogent analysis. All the best

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  4. What the f___k Why do people keep doing this with so many people are desperate because of the covid 19 and everything else which trying to make an honest living online and every time I get the same old s___t they charge me $17 2 times and now I can not reach them at all thanks so I’m a take this up with to the fair trade commission Consimer Affairs how about that

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  5. It’s funny. You claim that they are a scam and yet you are offering the same *swear word removed*. And you wonder why no one s taking you seriously. Hmm….

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  6. I’m not sure how I found your page but am extremely grateful that I did I have been scammed enough and so fed up with all the lies and BS I look forward to trying the program you mentioned and hope that I can take full advantage of it to help me get back to living again thank you

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  7. Well if u mf don’t put my money back in my account I am giving my dad who is a bad ass attorney all this info and he will shut u down and take every penny u guys have in court I promise I am not the *swear word removed* to *swear word removed* with now credit my account back u guys took money 2x and put me in the hole now I have over draft fees and it’s negative plus I can’t go to the Dr because u took my Dr money and I just had back my surgery for the 2nd time.thanks alot..if I don’t hear back from u my dad is getting this file and I am gonna watch him ring u in court no bs.

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    • Hi Amanda, why don’t you try sending your message to the creators of Rapid Profit Package rather than a third-party reviewer? I’m not sure if they’ll be actively reading this comments section so your threat may go unnoticed.

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    • Cassandra, you do realize your threats are being sent to the wrong person right?! Threatening and swearing at the man that is telling you/the world NOT to fall for the scam you unfortunately fell for. It sounded too good to be true which is why I googled it first and luckily I came upon this post so I’m glad I didn’t give them my card info.

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  8. I I’m about to try the website you mentioned and find out if it’s legit. For all your folks out there trying to make money online I’ve had enough of getting ripped off. My advice is to go to Google and do a review for each sight before you do anything. You will notice that every one of that has a bad review has the same voice doing the presentation. The minute you hear that voice you know you’re wasting your valuable time and definitely your money if you make the mistake of buying in. And also learned that as one of the reviews above says, ” The longer the monologue the more likely it’s a ripoff”. I hope this helps.
    Sincerely, Eric Smith,
    TruthSeeker1BC

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  9. I checked the internet on them before I committed ANYTHING to them. Thank goodness I found your site! It has saved me money and a massive headache.

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  10. I too am glad I found this page. Lost my job in August due to no child care over this crazy pandemic and I need a legit way to honestly work from home. I’m struggling bills are due and I’m scared so I came across the rapid profit but wanted to dig more before committing to them. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS!!!! anyone have any real ways to make money online BESIDES surveys? I have bills to pay and that doesn’t do much.

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  11. I was ready to pay the fee and think I was going to earn money. Something told me to check into it first. Thank goodness I did. I will be sure to pass the word along. Thanks!!

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