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Is The Independent Profit Center A Scam

Updated on February 7, 2010

Is The Independent Profit Center A Scam?

Over the last several days I have received several emails asking me if The Independent Profit Center is for real or if it is a scam? And with all of the programs popping up online that do end up being scams I definately understand everyone's concern.

For that reason I decided to put up this hubpage and provide some information as I see it that will help everyone do their own due diligence and decide for themselves if IPC is for real or not.

The first thing I considered when looking at IPC for myself was the product that is being sold. It is a software package that includes software that can actually be used by a marketer to promote almost anything.

Also, when you add up the retail value of the products they really are worth more than the $200 price tag that the package is being sold for. Now I realize that most of the software in the package can be found somewhere online for less than retail but it would take some time to find all of them.

So in my opinion the product is real so that part of the IPC program is NOT a scam.

The next thing I considered when making my decision on IPC was how I would get paid. Since IPC is a "Direct Pay Program" I wouldn't have to worry about the "company" holding my money. I actually get paid for making a sale before the company does.

So IPC passed that test as well.

I also tested the customer service by both calling and emailing the owner of IPC using the contact information provided to me in the training area.

Now, I totally agree that most people won't make $2,000 to $4,000 per day with this program but an extra $400 to $1,000 per day is very attainable if you know how to promote properly and drive traffic to your site.

So if you are doing your due diligence and trying to decide if the Independent Profit Center is right for you... Consider the points mentioned above and then make your decision.


About the author:

Brett Shelite AKA The HBB Advisor has been making a living online for a number of years now. In fact he has not held a J.O.B. in over 6 years now. He strongly believes that anyone can make a good living online if they find a program that they can believe in. However, he also believes that no matter how good your program may be that if a person does not know how to market properly (both online and off) that their success will be slow and difficult to obtain. If you would like more information on anything Brett is doing just visit his HBB Advisor Site.

Is The Independent Profit Center A Scam?
Is The Independent Profit Center A Scam?


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      The HBB Advisor 

      9 years ago from United States

      I do my best to help everyone out... no matter which of my programs they are a member of.

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      9 years ago

      HBB Advisor,

      Do you offer the extra help and online marketing training for those who sign up for IPC Instant Cash? Or do you only offer it for those who sign up for the regular IPC Program for $249.00?

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      Andrew V 

      10 years ago

      IPC is an easy way to make a little extra money , I would be glad to help anyone who is a little skeptical, but I just quit my job doing it so it must be doing something right! visit my site for info. Thanks

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      10 years ago

      I really appreciate how you give an unbiased points to look at BEFORE deciding.

      Keep up the good work...

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      Gregg Rybkowski 

      10 years ago

      Some good points to consider here in this blog, backed with some solid feedback to the questions that were asked.

    • The HBB Advisor profile imageAUTHOR

      The HBB Advisor 

      10 years ago from United States


      I understand your concern. The easiest way is to do your due diligence. You will find many reviews online about IPC. What do they say? If people were getting scammed you would hear about it.

      Yes, IPC is really "a real profit making online biz". But IPC doesn't actually pay you" to market. You purchase the product package that you get full resell rights to then you resell the package and keep the funds. You are paid directly by the person purchasing the package. Not by IPC.

      Please go to my blog and read the following post...

      In my opinion that post is a must read for anyone considering any online business.

      Here is another good one...

      Good Luck with your due diligence.

      The HBB Advisor

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      10 years ago

      How do you really know if IPC or any online business will actually pay you or help you market. Im just afraid that once i join it would be a huge mistake. Is IPC really a real profit making online biz? How do i know if they are not lying to me?


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