Is The Independent Profit Center A Scam by Consor280

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									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.
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.

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