Is Profit 24-7 Now Called Mass Income Machines?

I’ve seen a lot of buzz circulating in digital marketing communities lately regarding Profit 24-7. It’s seemingly the next “Get rich online doing nothing” program that makes big promises to its prospective members. Utilizing Clickbank to make massive amount of money as a group effort is the M.O. Profit 24-7 (now Mass Income Machines) uses to tempt prospective customers into biting.

One problem I encountered while researching Profit 24-7 is that it doesn’t technically exist anymore. I say “technically” because the web address still works, but the product is now called Mass Income Machines. I’m assuming this is just a simple name change because the business model is exactly the same.

These types of Clickbank products are a dime-a-dozen, but what’s the catch? Does Profit 24-7 really work? Why did Profit 24-7 change its name to Mass Income Machines? I’ll answer these questions and more in this review of Profit 24-7.

You can find the sales pitch for Profit 24-7 at and watch their 16-minute video or take a few minutes to read this review to save some time and money. There were plenty of red-flags and alarms going off in my head within the first five minutes of landing on their web page. I hope you check them out below! Here is a brief profile of the company.

Name: Previously known as Profit 24-7 but currently Mass Income Machines


Created: August 2018

Owners: Jacob Allen/John Forbes/Robert Sharpe. These are fake names that the site claims are being used to maintain the owner’s privacy. The names seem to change over time.

Cost: $37 or more if you buy any of the up sells.

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Why Did Profit 24-7 Change Their Name to Mass Income Machines?

I had to do some research on this one. Reading other reviews of Profit 24-7 led me to the website but when I went to their page, the product being marketed there is called Mass Income Machines. The video and all other content, referred to the product as Mass Income Machines. But, what about Profit 24-7? I went back to my previous research to verify if I had the right website.

I returned to Google and began my search for an answer as to what happened to Profit 24-7. It turns out another reviewer discovered Jacob Allen sold Profit 24-7 and turned around to create Mass Income Machines. By all accounts this is the same, exact product with a new name slapped on it. My theory as to what transpired is that Profit 24-7 got so much bad coverage that the owner had to change the name to Mass Income Machines in order to reach a new audience unaware that it is the same product as Profit 24-7. I mean, it’s the same web address and the video even mentions Profit 24-7 by name!

Right of the bat the alarms started going off in my head. You can tell a lot about a company by the information they present to you on their homepage. This company only has a landing page that has a video presentation and little other details regarding the company. So far, I’m not impressed.

My First Impression of Profit 24-7? Beware!

This is a bunch of bull. I’m only being honest when I say this because the first thing you see when landing on their web page is a video that claims to be a live stream broadcast. They even have a fake viewer counter in the corner as if thousands of people have tuned in with you. The truth is it’s a YouTube video that was uploaded by a user named James Walmsley in October 2018. The video is titled “Main 4” and when you try to view the profile of James Walmsley there is no information to show.

The narrator in the video claims to be the owner of Mass Income Machines (Profit 24-7) but is obviously an actor. There is a disclaimer on the web page explaining that the names of the owners given in the video are fake names because the owners wish to protect their privacy. I find that funny considering they don’t even have a privacy policy on their page. If you look on the page you won’t find the Terms of Service either. That seems hypocritical to me and a pretty big red flag in itself. Especially since Mass Income Machines want you to apply for their program by entering you email address. Who’s to say they won’t sell your email to a third-party?

The narrator makes up ridiculous stats like “92.0% of people watching this video will do nothing.” They also say “Other companies don’t give you the big picture and promise a lot but deliver a little. The truth is these programs are downright trash.” How strange, I was thinking the exact same thing about Mass Income Machines!

If you’re wondering why you would need to apply to this program in the first place, it’s because Mass Income Machines (Profit 24-7) claims to have limited positions available within their circle. In other words, it’s just a cheap ploy to create a sense of urgency in you. What they’re really after is your email address. If you decide not to buy into their program then at least they can bury you in other offers and deals from any other company they may own.

Mass Income Machines does offer its customers training that will get them started on their new business venture but they do not list, explain or provide any kind of details about their courses. I had to go digging around to see if I could find anything out about these training modules and made a list of them available further down the review.

The best thing I could find out about Mass Income Machines is that they offer a 60-day money back guarantee. So, if you don’t believe me or feel that you can actually make thousands of dollars using their program then at least you can get your money back if you find out otherwise. I’m guessing you can get your money back by contacting Mass Income Machines through their email since that is the only bit of contact information they have made available.

What Is Profit 24-7 AKA Mass Income Machines All About?

If you visited the site before reading this, you’ll probably have had the same initial though that I had…”But what am I going to do in this program?” The sixteen-minute video spends most of its run time stating that you’ll be making money exponentially within a few weeks of joining Profit 24-7 program. They try to stay grounded by saying, “You won’t be making millions of dollars…” but then right after saying that they say you will make $10,000 a week! Which is just as unlikely an amount for someone starting out new in their first few months. For newbies, they also state you will be making almost up to $1000 in the first week.

The problem is, they never really explain how it works. The best explanation they give is that you’ll be joining an exclusive network of affiliate who market to committed, compulsive buyers that are reliable leads for every product you will sell. What products are those? You aren’t told. The video says these are repeat buyers in focused niches but do not offer any researchable examples.

Now let’s take that statement apart so that those who are blinded by the promises of easy riches can see what they might be getting themselves into. First off, the statement made that you will have access to a group of committed buyers seems far-fetched. How can the behavior of consumers be guaranteed as a selling point ensuring that you will make hundreds of dollars a day? Clickbank has a reputation of selling low-quality products, too. How can they say that you will earn thousands of dollars every week this way? You’ll see cropped screen shots of earning pages claiming that these profits were made from actual members of their secret society of ultra-successful affiliates on Clickbank without any real evidence to back it up.

As I explained in other reviews of these “get-rich-quick” schemes, the only people making the level of profits advertised in their videos are the owners of the company. It’s most likely a group of people who have been in this business for years and accumulated a large audience. Unless you can market to the same size audience as them, you are not likely to make $1,000 a week, let alone $10,000.

Thankfully, Mass Income Machines does have a 60-day money back guarantee through Clickbank. So even if you wanted to roll the dice and see for yourself exactly how things might pan out, then by all means, go ahead.

But Wait, There’s More…Upsells

Although the initial buy-in price is only $37, it’s not the end of the sale cycle for you. If you decide to buy into Mass Income Machines and their super circle of profiteers it won’t be long until you start feeling pressure to upgrade into a higher tier of the program. While other Clickbank products provide a page for affiliates, Mass Income Machines does not. There are three up sells that claim to make you even more money and faster to boot. But wasn’t that what the original product was supposed to do anyways? Personally, I find this to be a cheap tactic to get you to spend more money; like the carrot dangling on the end of a stick to lead the mule.

The Upsells cost up to $97 but don’t really give you any access to new tools or features. The up sells for Mass Income Machines simply claim to enhance the performance of your profit system and offer a higher commission rate. The highest rate of commission you can buy into is 65%.

Mass Income Machines’ Training Program

As I explained earlier, the video and the website for Mass Income Machines does not explain or give any details about the type of training you will receive upon buying into their product. I didn’t have much success finding out any details on what the training modules teach you. Instead, I was able to find a list of the modules they provide to each customer. They claim that this is the perfect product for newbies who don’t have any technical or sales experience because their training program provides a step-by-step method to setting up your Mass Income Machine. Here is a list of the training modules offered to its members.

Module 1 – Find A Profitable Niche

Module 2 – How To Set Up A Website

Module 3 – Create a Product To Sell

Module 4 – Copywriting

Module 5 – List Building

Module 6 – Payment Integration

Module 7 – Best Traffic Sources

After completing their training modules, you will be fully capable of making $1000/day. They are quick to show you a clip of a brand-new Clickbank account making a few hundred dollars on its first day, followed by a couple more hundred each day. The total after the first three days ends of being close to a thousand dollars.

This is only possible by the owner because he undoubtedly has a huge audience to market to; therefore, he would be able to earn this kind of revenue. If you don’t have access to the same size audience then you’re going to have a long way to go before making this kind of money in three days.

Cons of Profit 24-7 AKA Mass Income Machines

Here are the negative aspects of this company from my own perspective and experience in the digital marketing business. This is just my opinion, of course, but it is easy to see why Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines) is a product you should avoid.

  1. Lack of Transparency – This is the first, and biggest, con on the list. Any company that cannot provide the most basic details of its ownership and methods of operation don’t deserve to be trusted. We don’t really know who owned and sold Profit 24-7 and who the current owner of Mass Income Machines is. Even the picture they provide is a stock Google phone of a male model!
  2. Deceitful Advertising – As I explained in my first impression segment, Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines) employs cheap tactics to sell its product. Staging a fake live-stream video with a fake viewer counter is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s also the unrealistic profit reports shown throughout the video to get you excited over empty promises.
  3. No Guarantee of Privacy – The website is lacking a Terms of Service and Privacy Policy so there’s no telling what they will do with your information. There are reports of this company sending out huge amounts of ads through emails to everyone who puts their email address into their application process.
  4. Limited to Clickbank – Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines) works through Clickbank which has a reputation of selling low-quality products with a high rate of returns. A good marketing program will have you operate through multiple affiliate programs from different platforms.

Pros of Profit 24-7 AKA Mass Income Machines

This is going to be a short list. I tried to think of the upsides of this company but I just couldn’t find any redeeming qualities of the product itself. So, here are two positive aspects of Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines).

  1. The cost of the membership is $37 which is fairly cheap. This may be one of the reasons many people might be attracted to using Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines). But honestly, I still don’t think the product is worth the price.
  2. There is a 60-day money back guarantee through Clickbank so you can recoup your initial fee. This is by far the best part of Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines) because, from what I’ve read, most of their customers used this feature.

Profit 24-7 AKA Mass Income Machines is too Good to beTrue

Like most of the “Get rich quick” products available online, Profit 24-7 (Mass Income Machines) has proven to be another device tricky developers use to lure new and unknowledgable digital marketers out of their money. It’s easy to be led down the rabbit hole by empty promises so it’s always a good idea to do as much research as possible. Especially when someone is telling you it’s possible to not known anything about a business and still make thousands of dollars in your first venture.

When the creators fail to make themselves known publicly it should tell you right away they are afraid of answering to their customers about the product they are peddling. There is only one point of contact for this company, which is an email address. Who’s to say that will last as well? Profit 24-7/Mass Income Machines’ website doesn’t even have a Privacy Policy or Terms of Service on their website so it’s completely unknown what will happen with any personal information you provide them.

Even with a cheap buy-in of $37 that you can recoup with their money back guarantee, I would still advise you to stay clear of this product. It is not worth the time or energy you can’t get back after using it.

Have you been searching for “THE REAL DEAL”? Personally, I searched the internet far and wide for about a year, looking for a program I could trust, that offered in-depth training and provide support from a community of users just like me. I’ve been scammed a few times, lost some money, and was very angry.

And that’s exactly why I’m writing this review of this company, I don’t want you to fall into a trap, lose money, and waste your valuable time.

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