Company: Auto Affiliate Program
Founder: Steven Hall
Welcome to my 3rd party review of Auto Affiliate Program (AAP)!
For the longest time, I have wanted to find a way to make money online why simply purchasing a program.
Does that sound too good to be true?
It should, because it is. Steven Hall, the owner of AAP is claiming that all you have to do is buy his program for $47 a month and he does the rest.
This type of business has been attempted before and will be tried in the future because thousands of people swarm to “get rich quick” opportunities.
Let me be upfront, this company is in no way going to work for you and is most likely running on its last leg.
Don’t worry, I’ll provide evidence to prove my claims, unlike Steven hall.
Here is what you will find in my reviews.
I will explain how this program is supposed to work, and other various aspects of the company.
Then I will show you many red flags that prove that AAP is a scam.
Before I provide my final verdict on AAP I will also provide you an analysis of the AAP website, which provides one of the biggest scam warning signs.
Why trust the information in this review?
Because I am not an affiliate at AAP so there is no conflict of interest.
It is important to read the entire review because I will also provide you with alternative methods of earning online and a few tips on how to spot scams.
This could potentially save you from a financial disaster.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
The AAP Website – Is it Legit?
To be honest, I cannot answer that question right now, but before I tell you why, let’s take a look at what some of the claims that Steven Hall makes.
1. Money Back Guaranteed
2. Drives Traffic Automatically
3. Hosts Affiliate Website, Free of Charge
4. Provides You with a Top Notch Promotional Website
5. Gives you a Weekly eBook & Brands them with Your Affiliate Link
The problem with making these kinds of claims is that you have to back it up.
How can you when your website says this…
What makes matter worse is that is only half of the message.
I’ll get to the rest in a little bit.
There is a good chance that the reason AAP is not accepting new members is because they can barely afford paying the commissions of the members they already have.
There is only one other reason they are not accepting new members is because the leadership team has moved on to the next scam, and started the abandonment process of AAP.
Here is my evidence…
AAP is offering you another scam to get involved in by claiming the following:
• Brand New Program
• Special offer for the first 1000 members
• Pump cash into your pocket
They even offer you a glimpse into the new program with a link, HERE.
Seriously, go check out the so called “New Program.”
It looks like a 5th grader created the website and it has so many red flags in it.
I’ll let you take a look at it for yourself and just stick to the AAP rather than jumping to Passive Income Secrets.
I have a few questions for the AAP leadership or affiliates.
1. How is anyone supposed to check for Income Disclosure Statement data?
2. Why are you offering another program if AAP is so successful?
3. How do you expect anyone to take you seriously when you have no BBB profile?
4. Who is the founder and/or founder of AAP?
5. Why block the access of your website to non-affiliates and direct them to a new program?
This list of questions is just a start but AAP is sprinting toward scam.
Let’s take a look at the products AAP offers and then how the program “works.”
Auto Affiliate Program Products
AAP is a website in which you have to pay a monthly fee of $47 for access to a massive eBook library.
I don’t really know what to say at this point because the products are lackluster to say the least.
I mean look at those titles.
• Holistic Health
• Think Like a Millionaire
• Natural Numerology
There are probably a handful of people on the planet that would want to sit down and actually read those books.
If you are going to sell memberships to access eBooks, there better be some best sellers on the list.
This is another reason that I can’t jump on board this ship to nowhere.
Auto Affiliate Program – How it Works?
According to other reviews and the website, once you become a member, you will get your own AAP website.
It is probably a good idea to tell you that you will not own the site yourself and AAP has full control of it.
This means they can shut you down for whatever reason they want.
This is a horrible set up in my opinion and there are so many ways for you to invest and then not get rewarded with commissions.
Here are the details on how AAP commissions work.
Once you sing up and pay your $47/month, your website will be promoted where people can download the books for free.
When the customer downloads the book, your affiliate links is also sends them the Clickbank product list.
What this means is that when someone reads a book and makes a purchase, you will earn commissions on the sale.
The rates range from 10% to 50% which seems like a lot but that is a huge gap in rates.
If you take a look at the image above, you will see that some if not most people that have signed up for the program are not making any money.
That means this program is a waste of time and money for some affiliates.
Pros & Cons of AAP
Although I have posted many of the aspects of the company already, I think it is fair to point out other things that I may have left out.
The only pro I can come up with is the fact that I have only seen a few other network marketing companies like this.
So I think it is fair to say that the company is fairly unique.
With that being said, all of the other companies I have reviewed with similar business models all crash and burn within a few years.
I am assuming that AAP is on the way out considering they aren’t accepting new members and they are pushing another program.
1. Clickbank Products: It is an understatement to say that most if not all Clickbank products serve no real purpose.
Do you remember me mentioning how horrible the eBooks were?
I can only imagine how crappy the products are.
2. Hype: AAP’s program is based on nothing but hype.
They shove, claims like, “anyone can do it,” “fill your pockets with cash,” & “auto passive income.”
Let me give you a pro tip.
Any company telling you that it is automatic or easy, then the program is most likely garbage.
Nothing is easy and if it was easy or automatic, then everyone in the world would be doing it.
3. Automatic Downfall: With the program claiming to do everything and the website being under full control of AAP, you are restricted on so many levels.
Why would you join a program when you are fully dependent on it?
Doesn’t this aspect completely defeat the purpose of working online?
Why not just get a regular 9-5 job if you want to fully depend on your employer.
This is why I always suggest people start their own online business.
There are more cons to the program but I wanted to point out a few that will help you make an educated decision.
After all, that is why you are here in the first place.
The Final Verdict
I have been really hard on AAP but I feel that they more than deserve my claims.
When a company blocks non-affiliates from their website and pushes another program, you have to take that as a solid reason to look for something else.
There are so many other options with little to no risk involved.
Since I am not an affiliate, you can at least take my review for what it is.
The facts provided give you a great reason to create your own online business.
Why depend on an online employer that you are never going to meet in person when you can make money by starting from the ground up.
I always try to steer people in this way because you can join a training program if you don’t know how to get started.
There are plenty of free online tutorials that can help you. If you are looking for an example, check out this review.
You can get in for free and upgrade later if you feel like it is necessary.
I will say this; the experiences members will be able to help you because they started out just like you.
I hope this review helped you out in some way.
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1 thought on “Auto Affiliate Program Review – Legit or Scam?”
Thanks for this review. This is a really scammy product. Having the exact same websites and content doesn’t work today. It’ll only get yourself penalized by Google. I’ve heard from quite a few people who’ve tried out AAP that they didn’t make any money. Thanks for exposing this program!