Advertising Profits from Home Reviews – Legit or Scam?


Advertising Profits From Home
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Advertising Profits From Home


Anthony Morrison has grown to be a familiar face on late night TV, pitching his books and seminar events on nightly infomercials. The focus of Anthony Morrison’s products is to teach people ways to make money from home. In this particular book he focuses on internet marketing and offers people the chance to become an affiliate.

Affiliate marketing is a simple concept to explain but a difficult business to master. Essentially, it’s a method of sales that allows vendors to recruit outside parties called affiliates to help promote their products. In return for their participation, these affiliates earn a percentage of sales made from their referrals.

The website for Advertising Profits from Home states,

Give yourself the opportunity to achieve financial freedom and make all your dreams come true with guaranteed employment from the comfort of your own home. Anthony Morrison’s system is not only filled with all the necessary information that you need to succeed but it also shows you how to start your own internet business with NO MONEY DOWN.

In addition to the informational training, the ‘Advertising Profits from Home’ offer also gives you a free website that you can use to start promoting products online.  I personally think affiliates are better off learning how to build their own websites because it lets you to gain a better understanding of internet marketing and allows you more control over your unique website.  However, if you’re just starting out you can use the free site to test affiliate strategies and see if affiliate marketing is something you’d want to further pursue.

Most of the complaints for Anthony Morrison‘s Advertising Profits from Home system seem to stem from their billing practices and refund policies.  Before buying or returning APFH make sure to carefully read the terms and conditions found on their sales page.

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Average Rating for " Advertising Profits from Home " is 1.54 out of 5 based on 96 reviews.

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    Ann says:

    December 30th, 2016 at 7:55 pm

    I watched a webinar. It sounds very lucrative, and the program costs $2000. First thing I noticed: urgency. Buy now or forever lose the opportunity. I’m not an impulse buyer, so that slowed me down. Second thing I asked myself, was if he is making so many millions on internet marketing, why does he work so hard at selling the classes?

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    lidia says:

    April 1st, 2014 at 11:07 pm

    Thanks for all the awesome comments. Once again another technique to take away people hard earned money. God bless those who suffer from these scams. Glad his holy spirit took over by letting people know the truth. No o one should fall for these quick making money ways. I have experience so many job opportunities that seem unreal. Was stuck in an office thinking I was going to get training to become a manager. Just to find out I was about to sell fire extinguishers for 300 dollars. Requested my money back and I was denied. I felt bad for those who quit their job because they fell for the introduction. Do not pay a cent until all your questions are answered and do not sign any document. I even fell for a company that called themselves a fortune 500 company. Convincing people or selling people cable service or other products. Never saw a penny. I also received information to sell real estate in other states from getting a list of properties that they provided or I had to research at a local record county department. My point is these companies are getting people rich but not for an average person. They can tell you about the tools or materials they can provide but a fee is always involve. And if you refuse or like me do not have the money, then your journey to making money is over. I am glad to know this is another business that is ripping average people from their money. The enemy works in mysterious ways.

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    N.g says:

    November 8th, 2012 at 9:32 pm

    Anytime you see a website or somebody ask you for money upfront or something like that anthony morrison is asking you for money to start the business, you can see it’s a RED Flag. Do not buy anything from people like that because you’re losing money, and he is gaining money. He is getting richer thanks to your money not his, To make a website like he did, it’s very easy to make. He probably hired his friends or somebody else to record his presentation and hire a driver to bring him everywhere so yeah, he is using money by fooling people to buy his scam website.

    To be rich you have to be poor first, but rich all in a sudden.

    Work as a nanny, or dishwaher at a restaurant, EARN money then Start your own business then BECOME RICH! that’s how real life works! not like this guy is doing. HE is earning money from our pocket money and from his work probably.



    Befuddled says:
    January 4th, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    I dont understand? How can this be legal and allowed to continue? With so many complaints, as I have seen researching this, about the same issue (the continued charges after cancellation) wouldnt this guy be out of business by now? I am seeing complaints way back to 2004.

    Squirrel Hunter says:
    December 12th, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    Check the mailing address in Terms of Use or Privacy Policy page. If its a P O Box or some thing that google maps cannot locate run away from it.
    Botton line! when some one is asking your credit card number be very cautious disclosing that information as 100% of them are scammers who would over charge you or set you up on a recurring overcharge!

    J.L.M says:
    December 3rd, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    Yes this is a definate scam. I have been scammed more than $1000.00 dollars by using this system. When I first heard about the system I was a little leary, but I was unemployed at the time and I said to myself maybe this would help. Once I received the books and watched the dvd I made the call and declined all the other offers at start up, then shortly after that here come all the phone calls from their staff. I recently received a letter from my credit card that I was late and charges were escalating. Much to my surprise it was several monthly charges of $39.95 from this company. The charges started back more than a year ago. I called the call center and they stated that it was an automatic charge after the thirty days if I didn’t call and cancel. I was told by the call center that this charge starts when you first purchase kit so beware. What a rip off……………beware stay away from this guy.

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    Gale Stewart says:

    November 7th, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    I, unfortunately, did buy into all the BS Anthony Morrison was spouting off. I was instructed that when I attended the “workshop” that I would be given the tools and information to have a successful business. I paid the initial fee of ($4500), which was hard to come by as it is as a single mother. However, I had a feeling of…okay, now I’m on my way. I think I even started to hum the theme song from The Jeffersons “Moving on up” :)

    Shortly after that initial fee I started to get bombarded with calls from them wanting more and more money. Saying I NEEDED money for all these services in order for me to have a successful business. Everything from Web Development to payroll to bookkeeping. I did not need many of these services as it’s just me. However again, I paid the money. After each time a different company name was on my credit card statement. Never the same one twice. Why did they charge me under different names? A legitimate company, one that provides the services that it claims to, charges under the same name. For all I know Billy Joe Bob in Tumbleweed, Arkansas is getting my money. I’ve called them on numerous occasions and every time getting a different answer. I have been told that Anthony Morrison or Adrian Morrison would contact me and I have yet to hear from him. I’m starting to think they don’t even exist. Who does business like this?

    You’re very fortunate on having not fell into Anthony Morrison’s trap. I wish I would’ve NEVER done it. I mean…
    ($17,400) later, I am now on food stamps, facing a potential bankruptcy and God knows what else all because I trusted these people and they didn’t hold true to their word. Online Strategies, whatever they want to call themselves, hasn’t done anything but take food from my children’s mouths. I can’t feed them with empty promises! The worst business decision I have ever made was to get into bed with these crooks. I was struggling then and now I’m worse!! I’ve had to change my number several times because creditors keep calling for money and thanks to PMI, I CANT PAY THEM! I thought the feeling of being ripped off from Anthony Morrison was bad. Try having to send your children to school with clothes too small because you did not have the money to buy them new school clothes. Or the pressure of making the little bit of money I get from food stamps stretch all month so my kids don’t go hungry. This is no way to live. I mean I wanted to start a business so I would not have the worries and stressors of making ends meet.

    I had to contact an attorney on the steps that I needed to take in order to get my money reimbursed and he referred me to another law firm that better deals with companies like PMI, whose sole purpose seems to be to bankrupt unsuspecting people like myself. I spoke with Richard at 302-300-3757. He was really helpful and considerate of my situation, which is a lot more than I received from the “consultants” at PMI. I did not have to pay anything upfront like PMI or Online
    Strategies, which gave me peace of mind. I could not afford to get ripped off again. I was required to follow up with him a lot more than I had hoped for but all and all, it has been a success. I got my money and I’m just going to do the steps of opening my business the BEST way…and that’s WITHOUT Anthony Morrison’s help or the help of PMI…WHOOPS! Online Strategies. Whatever THEY want to call themselves, I’m just going to stick to calling them SCAM ARTISTS!!!

    So, to sum up everything…




    Government Assistance…YUP

    Feeling like you can’t provide for
    your children…CHECK

    All thanks to the one and only Anthony Morrison and this outfit that he’s running.

    After speaking to Richard, I got
    something a lot more valuable than I thought I would…Satisfaction!!

    Getting my money back and sticking it to Anthony Morrison ….PRICELESS!


    c says:
    March 4th, 2014 at 6:55 pm

    Awesome advertisement for Richard and HIS scam!!

  • Buiding says:

    September 18th, 2012 at 9:42 pm

    The article was very good. Read a lot I do not know.

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    Dr. Steve says:

    August 31st, 2012 at 2:47 pm

    Anthony does give you a free website with the books, but it may confuse many about the follow-up phone calls. They call to offer you a tutor program that guarantees you success in Online Business Marketing. It is only optional, but you do get everything that is advertised and under $20. If you follow his techniques, then I too promise that you can make money online. The website they give you is not much to boast about, but it does work.

    The site will work for you only if you advertise it through other links and build traffic to it.

    Again I say that Anthony does follow through in giving you what he advertises, but it is up to you to work at it.

    Dr. Steve


    The Truth says:
    March 24th, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    I bet you’re not even a doctor, because you do not write like one. From your comment, you are part of the scam. Keep you advice to yourself, these are real people who actually paid, lost money, and experience this online scam.

    Squirrel Hunter says:
    December 12th, 2012 at 8:48 pm

    Dr Steve if you are making a lot of money how come you are still commenting on this blog defending a scammer from your trailer? Shouldn’t you be surfing in Hawaii?
    Bottom line is that Anthony Morrison is one big scam and stay away from it.
    People like Dr Steve get paid by his PR campaign to post positive comments to misguide others!

    Dr. Steve says:
    August 31st, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    I see why so many negative reviews are out there about Anthony Morrison and it is usually because someone jumps too soon and gives a bad review without researching or experiencing first hand what they are talking about.

    Anyone can tell someone else how to do something, but it does not mean they know what they are talking about. Opinions are a dime a dozen, but it takes genuine knowledge and experience to form a proper review about a subject.

    My advice to those giving a review about a product, person, or business is to get the details first. Spouting off about something you know nothing about only promotes a negative atmosphere for those around you.

    Be careful before you say NO! You might be missing something good for you.

    Dr. Steve

  • Cindy says:

    July 23rd, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    I purchased the books and 5 days after receiving them, I got a call from a guy asking about my credit cards’ balances/payments, etc., how much I make a year, and for 5 grand, I could join the “inner circle”. I hadn’t even read the books yet! What a giant turnoff that was.

    So, it is 2 yrs later and now there is a seminar in town. I’m going because I want to see how this goes and what kind of pressure is applied. Husband is coming with me…so, we won’t be “caving”.

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    HonestAbe says:

    July 7th, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    Don’t buy anything from an infomercial, no matter how tempting or seductive the offer is! I’ve been in advertising sales and marketing, can tell you that it costs A LOT OF MONEY to get a message out to the mass public. When you invest this much money, you will want to make the money back (R.O.I. – Return On Investment), which means the price of the product will be jacked up. You rarely “get what you pay for,” most of the time you get LESS than what you paid.

    Any information Anthony Morrison sells can be learned from the THOUSANDS of internet marketers willing to teach you for a fraction of the price. Problem is you don’t know who these guys are, because you are watching TV – to learn internet marketing, you have to go to the internet! A good place to start is WarriorForum, where you can buy a course on making money on the internet for as little $7!

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    David F. says:

    April 21st, 2012 at 11:45 am

    This thing is a joke! I can’t believe that this guy can stay in biz. After I bought this ripoff scam kit, a company by the name of P.M.I called me and asking for 5 to 15 thousand dollars and that they would fly me out to work with Anthony in person… I made a 10k investment with a guy named Matt Reinbold and needless to say I was ripped off its not even live coaching its all online and automated. I should have realized it was a scam when the first guy asked me how I rate my credit good avg. or poor and from there they found out how much I have on my credit cards and tried to take me for every thing I had! I will never purchase any thing with his name on it again or P.M.I for that matter!

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    DRAK says:

    March 6th, 2012 at 12:22 am

    Got 2 email purporting to be an acquaintance and a family member, that both ended up linking to pages that redirect to this so called product! I can’t think of any explanation beside some virus causing email addresses to be hijacked/address books stolen and spoofed. Not only is this a dubious product, but they may cause friends to block each other when they see they have been sent a scam email!

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    Anonymous says:

    January 31st, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    I bought the introductory kit, but did so by purchasing a used one off of e-bay. That way, it wasn’t done through the company, so they have NONE of my info, and hence there was no risk involved of my CC being charged left and right. If you want to purchase something like this (home based business opportunity intro package) ALWAYS do so through e-bay or amazon. There is NO risk involved that way. No high pressured sales calls at all hours of the night. Nothing. Well, needless to say , the material in the introductory package is a joke! Morrison is a low life scammer who is the modern day Carlton Sheets/Russ Dalbey now that they have been shut down. One day, Anthony Morrison will be shut down and some new scammer will take his place.


    tina says:
    February 8th, 2012 at 9:30 am

    Do you have an address or zip code for the Co. so it can be reported to the Better Buisness Bureau?

  • llb says:

    January 21st, 2012 at 9:42 pm

    I’m glad I checked this out. I figured it was a scam, but I thought I’d check it out anyway. When times are tough, they always seem to come out with these get rich quick schemes. I’d like to thank everyone.

  • big rig62 says:

    December 30th, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    did any of you read the book?

  • Butterfly says:

    December 12th, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    Well, I watched the presentation. I waivered a bit then made the call. After the third ‘opportunity’ to purchase MORE tools of the trade, I knew … scam … I hung up. But they already had my credit card #. Fortunately they only charged me $39.00. I have not opened the box and meant to return to sender today and did not do so. I see the shipping address is from Keaney, MO. If one of you has another address, more info, etc. that you can share with me I would appreciate your input. I know the Texas Attorney General’s office will help run these scavenger’s down and investigate their business ethics! Any other State’s ATGO should do the same so I hope to report them to several other State ATGO’s. The BBB should help but I read someone comment that the BBB did not care. ** All I can say is WE SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER. I certainly have made my last mistake on an opportunity of a lifetime!! Shame on Me!

  • Joe Flatley says:

    November 28th, 2011 at 3:25 pm

    Hello! I am a writer for a national publication and I want to hear about YOUR experiences with Anthony Morrison, his products or his seminars. I can be reached at Your help with this story is greatly appreciated.


    linda says:
    April 12th, 2012 at 2:54 am

    yes i bought his books and no i can’t figure out how to make money without breaking the bank he is a scam can’t get no reply from him or anyone on the site

    pdsterling says:
    January 19th, 2012 at 4:49 pm

    I went to the presentation, which was very *well*staffed* meaning a large number of staff/attendee ratio – there were 25 of us and almost 15 of them. the presentation was very energetic, and I happened to see exactly what they were talking about right away.

    I have to wonder why the staff were not at home or in their offices making $70 a minute (one site) or more.

    regrettably, I am very conservative about money – it took me a month to decide on a $13,000 car, and so an instant decision to plunk down $2000 or $3000 doesn’t work for me.

    the sales pressure was intense, and the box lunch served was chintzy in the extreme. it was a learning experience, and if I had it to do all over again, I would not have spent the time. notice I did not say “wasted the time” because I did learn something.

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    oneprocessor says:

    November 27th, 2011 at 10:13 am

    this program works but it takes a lot of hard work. you have to figure out Search Engine Optimization SEO which is very difficult and also learn how to create and publish websites with advertisements. getting website traffic is the most difficult part. i was also ransacked by the salespeople and i even email anthony himself just to let me know and see if he wanted to help me personally. no reply but i’m sure he is busy, affiliate marketing is legit. but just as he says, it is NOT EASY! you have to learn a lot of new skills like web design, domain investing, SEO, and learn how to optimize your paid traffic ads. He tells you it’s not easy because it’s not. But I ordered the program and have made my money back plus a little bit. It takes a while and you have to be dedicated and able to learn from your mistakes (i.e. good ads vs. bad ads, that you make) but in the end, as traffic starts to slowly grow for me, the affiliate market commissions are finally, and i do say finally, starting to become automated.

  • BeingDesperateIsNoNo! says:

    November 4th, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Morrison learned how to say all of the right things that appeal to those seeking home-based income. His gift for gab and delivery to make it sound like he was the ONLY TRUE OFFER to make money without risking more than a small fee and if you listened to him you would in business making money almost immediately. The truth is, YOU must pioneer your own streams of income from your own innovation. Then if all of it fails, and you have no ethics or conscience, you go on the telemarketing circuit anhd lie your tale off to haul in the suckers, because those sharks know the statistics. They are: that few complain because they do not want people to know they got suckered. But if you want this and other sharks to get harpooned, then everywhere you go – WARN THE PUBLIC. The internet often goes viral with a single statement or video.

    One last thing. If you are intent on trying other programs, because I well remember the hay day of the mail order multi-level marketing schemes where the promoters hauled in the bux at the top and then closed down shop only to spring up again under a new name with another fast selling product but no intent to pay the lower growing lines in the pyramid. If ANYONE does not say they OFFER NO COACHIHNG, then you had better back off, because all of the come-on offers to get your foot in the door for a small fee, they are designed to make the really big bux on the back-end. If you think I’m wrong, just keep count of all the flak that each promoter gets (like Morrison) that wants to sell you coaching so you can reap the harvest. It’s true across the board,whether they are selling making money in real estate, buying notes or whatever – they all want to sell you coaching that costs thousands of dollars. And if you will look closely at the print they display below their students (pause the picture with your remote) you will see it says “Not typical of every student’s earnings.” That means they purchased coaching and other materials, and more often than not, those so-called students are part of the promotion group putting up the funds to air the infomercial. To make money in this economy, write a book, or booklet about something you know and is appealing to a mass audience. If you don’t know anything worthwhile, you have the whole NET to research it. Then self publish it on your own copy machine until your sales reach a point you need a professional publishing house. Money well spent on a project of your own. Put your brain to work and plan out your own strategy. Forget the sharks and become the prime source. Have one success and move on to another. But if you fail on the first try,learn from it and keep moving ahead. You are not a failure unless you throw in the towel. Become what the sharks claim to be by their false deception – BECOME A REAL SUCCESS that you can be proud of.

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    Paul Kelly says:

    October 23rd, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    Before you invest in this I implore you to do your research on Anthony Morrison. I was laid off from my job and my savings were running low. I bought a book late one night for $19.95 then spent another $3000.00 and 6 months later I have not made a cent despite working hard every day to do so. No matter how hard you try or how much you spend buying more training from this you will not make money. To date there have been no independent posts from real people who have made money only friends and relatives of Anthony Morrison stating they have without disclaimers and in contravention of FCC guidelines. I have since found out all the information is available for free on the Internet. My phone has not stopped ringing with them trying to sell me more. There are many independent websites that have investigated Anthony Morrison and many others where numerous people have told stories similar to mine. Please spend the time to check him out and hopefully this post will save one person what I have gone through.

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    tina says:
    February 8th, 2012 at 9:32 am

    They have stole from me ,too. the company name they used to extract money from my C.C. account was Ap Hlearn in Mo. phone number 1-866-520-7289. This Ap Hlearn is very deceiving because APHlearn is not assoc. with Anthony Morrison”s Co.; APHlearn is Am.Printing House for the Blind, Inc. How deceitful and misleading. This poor company has probely been through the ringer because of Anthony Morrison. He is probably stealing from thousands of people now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Do you have an address or zip code so they can be reportrd to the BBB?

    nikki says:
    January 14th, 2012 at 4:34 pm

    i bought the book after seeing an infomercial… well i am a single mother with only a part time job so 50.00 could’ve helped towards one of my bills…. but i tried starting reading the book multiple times, but it constantly beats around the bush!!! it never just tells you what to do!!!

    terry says:
    October 29th, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    do like i do when I want to try some thing out and not sure if its a scam or not use a pre-paid visa with just the money you need for it and the shipping after that they can not charge you there no money in it and its not tied to any account hope this helps

  • IrishCub says:

    October 20th, 2011 at 1:37 am

    Of course this is another scam, but that isn’t necessarily the saddest part. I watching my DVR and when it ended I found myself on of my local channels, NBC I think, and this scam was being shown. I was intrigued by the dudes funky hair, and the first thing that came into my head as I listened to his story about his father’s failed investments, this dude is a slick willy! Maybe I know too many BSers, but he takes some of the cake. He had the sob story, the trust me I am rich story, and hey look at my old bank statement story…which led into, hey I am not saying you are going to get rich, but you will end up like my student ‘whats her face’ who made 3,000 that helped her pay off that surgery for her son tiny tim and his brain tumors. I nearly laughed out loud, and thought, holy moly, people must be buying this stuff if he can get a haircut like that!

    My condolences to all of you who have been violated by this scam!!

    BTW….I am Anthony Morrison…Suckers!!!


    Darlene says:
    January 18th, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    I no more believe your Anthony Morrison than the man in the moon. And if you are, you should be ASHAMED of your self for offering a GUARANTEE of money back if not satisfied. Well I have been trying to get my money back and all I get is the freaking run around.

    Heck, I would be ashamed of myself if I was a thief like YOU.

  • Michael David says:

    October 15th, 2011 at 3:46 am

    This guy is really good at giving a presentation! I was watching his latenight infomercial and he almost sucked usually cautious me in. My grandmothers old adage “if something sounds to good to be true, is usually is” proved once again to be right on the mark. The one thing nice about the internet age is that we can check out stuff like this online before buying. I am so sorry for anyone who got caught up in this, I totally understand because I know how it is to be in financial need. I have had a rough time financially of late and working thru it, that is why his latenight infomercial got my attention


    No Names Please says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 6:11 am

    Much like yourself, I am having a very rough time financially. I have been out of work for eight years, and I have been deemed chronically unemployable (whatever that means). I have been a victim and spent lots of money on programs that would enable me to make “tons” of money from home (on the internet). All I want to do is to be able to pay cash for what I buy (food, car maintenance, vet bills, etc. (can’t even afford to take my cat to the vet)). I just saw this program on TV Land (they usually have infomercials from 6 – 8 AM daily). It was simply another heart breaker. Every program of this type that I participated in would not let me make the initial payment (even when it was $19.95 or less)via a money order (will not send a check – they could get my R/T and account numbers). They insisted on a credit or debit card. Now I realize why (the answer is quite obvious). I didn’t even bother to try with this one. I also noticed that there are more negative postings about this product than there are positive postings. I think it is obvious why this is so. I guess this is simply another way of the rich getting richer, and the poor going broke, losing their homes, getting their things taken away from them, etc. (all I did after seeing this infomercial which busted my bubble once again is play with my cat and cry and promising that one day, hopefully soon, I will get her to a vet just so she can be checked out).

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    still5150 says:

    October 12th, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Why dont the networks do the same as all of us and prescreen and just Google these piranhas before they allow them the airtime to spout their verbage? Because the networks are only interested in the money these vermine will pay for their 30 minutes of B.S. When are we going to start holding the networks feet to the fire? Their equally responcible for the misary these scams have caused. They, the networks are obviously more interested in the money then their viewers. I refuse to watch any of these channels that allow scum like Anthony the use of their airwaves.

  • wealth says:

    October 10th, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    All I keep hearing is how your credit card was charged, and these people or scams, well I haven’t heard any of you people say anything on how this program works. On how you are getting a free website. It seems like the complaint your having is paying the 39.00 and ready to trash his program. How much have any of you made since you used, (if you applied yourself) the program according to the instructions. Did any of you try it?


    cornelius says:
    December 5th, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    I tried it at the bronze level(free) and have not made any money. When I called for help they tried to sell me a personal coach instructor for another $500.00 dollars. I would accept a personal coach if I was allowed to choose campaigns from bronze level, which I can not. I have to upgrade to a monthly paying level before I can add campaigns to my site. Therefore this is a scam.

    Chauncey says:
    October 16th, 2011 at 4:22 am

    TO ALL READERS. I got bored one night and researched this product. All the scam rumors are true. they have been selling this idea for years. Theychange the name of the product every so often. Morrison also has fake blog websites flooding any search you make. He has employees post positive things on real sites like this one, but they mainly dog the people who tried the product and want a way out. This guy works for them. His products in the end cost thousands because you go to some stupid seminar where you learn how to make the real money…but it costs ALOT.

    And i havent found one blog from someone who spent the thousands who made it back. They were all left in shambles. Its some kind of scam to direct search engines to your website to credit card sales. But you arent allowed to use the card names. Basically no one ever even views your website because they would simple click on the link that directly goes to the card company they were searching for. Its so sad he isnt in jail. Also, everything he offers has already been done. Youre a tiny fish swimmin with corporate sharks. DONT BUY. Ive even heard they hack your email and mail this garbage to your friends

    tonetone says:
    October 15th, 2011 at 3:13 am

    hes probably with the scam

    ace says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    Pay the $39, apply yourself then report back . I can only assume you didn’t do either since you didn’t say anything about it.

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    anon says:

    October 9th, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    Yes, I was charged the 39.95 after seeing the offer for 19.95 plus 9.95 S&H. I have just contacted customer service and I hope that they can block this merchant even though the charge is now pending.


    anon says:
    October 10th, 2011 at 4:00 am

    So customer service informed me that I could not block the merchant from placing a charge. What I have to do is dispute the charge after the charge is posted. This will then place the charge on hold until after they contact the merchant with the information that I will provide/fax.

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    DontBuy says:

    October 8th, 2011 at 9:04 am

    Scam dont buy.

  • chase says:

    October 8th, 2011 at 1:54 am

    i just saw Anthony’s infomercial on NBC and it seemed interesting….i almost ordered it but decided to check the net 1st to see what i could find…and i am so glad i did…thank you all for your reviews and this site for posting them….shame on these crooks for praying on the folks out there that are so desperate for money that the need something to believe in….also you should all know that once you have given your CC# to a merchant….you dont need to cancel the card…just call the customer svc# on the back of the card and tell them you want to block that specific merchant from being able to charge anything on your card..

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    Linda says:

    October 7th, 2011 at 6:05 pm

    DO NOT get involved with these people. They are BAD NEWS! I made the mistake of ordering the $19.95 program on the phone. Right away, an automated Anthony voice tries to get you to order a one time $99 offer and then a one time $199 offer. He says OK? really fast and unless you say NO right away they charge your card! Then there was an offer that was to be free for 30 days, but they charged my card $39.95 right away. I had to cancel my credit card and dispute the charges -what a mess.Then they repeatedly called my home in a harassing manner after I told them to stop calling- time after time. Called 6 or 7 times in a sing songy voice after I kept hanging up. Very bizarre.I hope this helps someone-I certainly learned my lesson!


    Leland says:
    October 14th, 2011 at 2:10 am

    Linda, I took the bait, just too honest I guess. They did the exact same thing mentioned above and am going through the same thing. He had me sold for the 19.95 program although once on the phone wanting to order and get It done, they kept me on the phone for 22 min. offering all the above, it just kept getting fishier and fishier. The bad thing is they wanted your charge card info right away, they would have had me even if I was to hang up on them…errr I don’t need to go through all this trouble trying to get my money back… one will lie and the other swear to it.

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    PsychRn says:

    October 6th, 2011 at 5:16 am

    From all of the reviews I have read it is frightening the psychological manipulation that occurs with this company. For those of you suckered in and unable to cancel I have one word for you: Enzyte. Remember this product offering male enhancement? Well they did a similar thing and ended up with a class action lawsuit and federal investigation. Sounds like this is what you all need to do. It is a crime to intentionally mislead consumers. All of his videos of supposed customers are employees who work in other roles or family and friends which he tries to buy your trust by disclosing this as though he is honest. He does leave out the disclosure related to the bus driver, IT guy, and such though. He guarantees a lot without small print saying you may not make the cost of the book back though. There is small print during the supposed fake customer webcam videos that give a generic disclaimer that is more ambiguous than diet pills. I watched the infomercial while up at 3am220 to amuse myself and realized how emotional his word salad of a pitch is. He also repeats himself often because you don’t learn something until you’ve heard it 4 times.

    Note he talks about his dad’s bankruptcy, brother’s laziness, how he was supporting them and taking good care of his family – this is all to make you believe he is honest and sincere, that he has integrity and wouldn’t rip someone off and he does this by tying your emotional response to the misfortune of his father with your own misfortune. This guy is a class a huckster. This was an extremely well thought out pitch which costs him considerable money to put out night after night in hundreds of stations, think about that, validate sources and information always. I feel horrible for those who have lost money to this creep. Someone earlier said karma will collect and this is true but seek legal remedies if you have been taken by him. This shouldn’t even have been on this long. Also BBB is paid for by these companies they are not trustworthy. SEC and State circuit courts are hood places to research to companies. Also start filing complaints for some reason people are being had and not speaking up enough. Could be wire fraud in there too. If you haven’t bitten the bait, don’t many things can be researched for free online, marketing on the Internet is one. Good luck! Beware! It isn’t just the big boys playing dirty. Know your rights and get a hold of the new Consumer Protection Agency.

  • James says:

    September 29th, 2011 at 6:58 am

    The only one making money is Anthony, but then again. If he has been making that much money doing his program for all these years, why would he need to go on TV and sell him program? I sure wouldn’t waste my time going to all the trouble of writing books and making DVDs etc if I had all the money I needed.


    JBEE says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 7:45 am

    That’s the point, the scam is the scam. Don’t you get it. He’s not a multimillionaire. His “job” is to sell you this product, once you call, and then more products. THAT is the business goal. He has to go back on TV every so often because the product changes names due to law suits and unhappy customers. What you see is what you get. Listen very carefully to the infomertial. He never really says anything, does he.

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    andy says:

    September 26th, 2011 at 3:00 am

    i like to add, the look of this this guy showing his face in public makes me sick. i could never show my face to anyone if i ever earned a nickel the same way he has. in a time america needs financial hope, its sad cons like this exist.

  • andy says:

    September 26th, 2011 at 2:41 am

    i cant believe that this successful scam has gone on as long as it has…it goes to show us just how powerful the internet and marketing has become. i would think someone would shut him down by now but he clearly knows all the loopholes to continue to advertise this crap.

    people! only hard work and knowledge will get you ahead in life….and remember most success is never shared!


    JBEE says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 7:47 am

    Hey pyramid schemes and other classics have been around since the dark ages.

  • Merc0417 says:

    September 24th, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    Just watch the commercial. Will not get! Gotta love Google! The only TOP PERCENT in the world that you can trust! And then again…maybe not?!

  • Holly says:

    September 24th, 2011 at 3:49 am

    I’m up late at night watching this infomercial and this guy is soooo convincing. However, while I was watching, I felt like I was being brainwashed by some quack. What a joke, doesn’t everyone know by now that you have to work for your money? If anyone can buy this, then wouldn’t everyone’s money just be falling in their lap? Let’s not be stupid, people. I know he’s convincing, but come on people. Classic pyramid scheme.

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    Mark says:

    September 20th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    Thank God for your site to help steer people away from scams. I wanted to see what people had to say before considering ordering. If you ever watch Judge Judy she’s always imploring those testifying to look straight into her eyes and nowhere else. Why? Because when you are looking directly at someone else, it’s more difficult to make it up. Although a camera will never be a human being.. and we can look into it and lie, still I found it interesting the way Mr. Morrison would sometimes look down or to the side before making his success pronouncements. The responses on this site confirms what I was sensing. Thanks for saving me from this.

  • DaGuru says:

    September 20th, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    I saw this informercial by Anthony Morrison. I was so close to purchasing his material. Thank goodness for the reviews and google. I’ve learned my leason the first time I lost some money similar to this garbage. Please do your reaserch before acting on any infomercial you see on TV.


    Riley M. says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 7:04 am

    same here I was also going to purchase this program. thanks guys!

  • Dawn says:

    September 19th, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    My MIL just bought this program. I tried to tell her not to purchase it but she is grasping at anything. She is living on SSI and her only vehichle just broke down. She has nothing. My husband and I purchased her a home to live in or she wouldnt have that. I gave her $300 to get her truck fixed and she used that to buy food and pay her utlities. So she said she was desperate to get her web site started. I asked for details and she said you should try it it only takes 30 minutes a day and its FREE.I have been scammed before so I went thru the 20 questions with her. Did you check this out online-her asnwer yes. Did you look it up on the BBB-yes again. Well I looked it up online today and I think she wanted to beleive it so bad, as many of you people will want to, that she ignored all the negative responses. She was telling me what a nice guy this Anthony is like she knew him personally. I have never seen his infomercial-or want to at this point. She gets approx $600 a month to live on. After reading the comments why do they want your SSN # I think I figured out why and I may be wrong?! It seems to me they are charging for the extra tools according to what credit people have available. Is it possible they are doing a credit check to see what you have available before coming up with the price for the extras? I have seen the extra tools go from $95 on one persons post to over $7000 on another. Just my thoughts on this. I will tell my MIL to watch her bank statements and try to tell her not to buy anything further. I can see her putting her whole SSI income for next month into this she is so desperate. Shame on people who pray on the needy. If all these people had this money to spend they would not be so intersted in this program. He is praying on the innocent affected by a bad economy when the government is telling the elderly they do not need a cost of living raise cause prices have not increased-where we all know most of us cant afford to fill our gas tanks that this is not true. I will keep an eye on this with her and I will be there fighting with her and our state attorney general if she has already fallen to more of his schemes. I was next to her when I heard the DVD say something about buying more tools for a small fee and my stomach just dropped.

  • Yesenia M. says:

    September 15th, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    I saw Anthony on the Hansen segment and he seemed legit. I decided to call and order the book. I figured, a simple 19.95 wouldn’t hurt. I had already given my credit card number and e mail when in the middle of the phone call I decided to read some reviews, WOW! I am so happy I did. I hung up right away and called customer service (866) 520-7289. I was able to cancel my order RIGHT AWAY. It’s like the lady already knew what I was calling for, (I guess it happens often). She said it should be canceled right away, so we will see when I check my bank statements tomorrow. All in all, I am SO glad that I read these reviews. You all got me out of a huge scam. THANK YOU!!

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    Will says:

    September 14th, 2011 at 9:49 am

    Anthony’s System is a total scam! I purchased the book and all it tells you is how to spend more money on his other products. He lures you into being a follower on twitter and face book so that he can make more money off you from advertising with the social networks.

    I called and canceled my order and within 5 minutes was contacted by his organization about letting one of the coaches help me with my business. I told the guy if it required any more money I wasn’t interested. He replied it wouldn’t require any money.

    5 minutes later a coach called me and started telling me he could guarantee that I would be making 10,000 a month in 3-6 months. He said that they would give me absolutely free 3,500 worth of software to make my business work.

    After all the hype he then asked if I had $350.00 to give after I told them I had no more money. He then, replied I will guarantee you $10,000 a month. I told him your guarantee means absolutely nothing to me when you just said you will do this for free. The guy got very upset after that and wanted to argue the point, but I simply said goodbye and hung up the phone. I would not touch Anthony’s products with a 100ft pole!!!


    Anon. says:
    October 29th, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    I would touch Anthony’s products with a 100 ft pole, packed with 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene. Do you have a match so I can light the fuse?

  • TC says:

    September 10th, 2011 at 8:32 pm

    OMG! I am so glad I googled and found this website before I bought. I actually called the number this morning, and like several of you posted, I got an automatic message from Anthony. Fortunately, once I heard him say $9.95 for shipping and then a free book for an additional $9.95 shipping… I trusted my gut and decided to ask my husband before I spent the $40. So when he said say order or status I HUNG UP!! THANK GOD I hadn’t given any of my info!! I agree with most all of your posts, before you buy ANYTHING off TV, DO YOUR RESEARCH. 5 minutes of time is nothing to waste when it saves you money! THANK GOD FOR GOOGLE!

  • anonymous says:

    September 7th, 2011 at 11:34 am

    “sucker born every minute.” There is a couple of the posts here supporting this system that are obviously from the system. I can’t wait to see Dateline NBC investigate Anthony, his friends and family and other hucksters. They seem vaguely more legit than the ones stealing old peoples money via the phone while living in Costa Rica. I would like to see the DOJ take this clown Anthony along with some others to the woodshed. The FCC should stop allowing the time segments infomercials take up. Television stations should not be allowed to broadcast this trash for hours at a time one after another.


    kt says:
    October 9th, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    I saw the Infomercial on NBC, Sunday morning after “Meet the Press”…would Dateline (NBC) do a show on an infomercial they condone??? I could not believe it was NBC…checked several times thinking I accidentally changed the channel to some obscure channel that only does these long infomercials that scam. I’m really glad I googled it. I had written down all info and was ready to try! Thanks to all that take the time to comment on this site. I am surprised that NBC stooped so low!

  • Brandon m says:

    August 27th, 2011 at 7:18 am

    Seeing Anthony himself (supposedly) put a review up is priceless. People tend to be honest when having a bad experience with a product, and numbers show it. I was genuinely interested when i saw the infomercial, but after seeing 90% bad reviews, and 2 good ones, which were obviously fake, because real people dont speak in such a manner in general, i will not be making him my hard earned money.

  • Fanny Correa says:

    August 26th, 2011 at 4:29 pm

    Thank you everyone for taking the time to post reviews of your experiences. I have been watching this guy’s sales pitch for months and honestly considered calling. I also have learned to do my online research first before jumping in and buying something. SOOOOO Glad I did. It seems when Anthony says, “do for your family what exactly what I did for mine”…would he actually do this to his family and friends? Thank you again internet friends for sharing your experiences!

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    Lisa M Kreul says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 6:19 pm



  • John says:

    August 21st, 2011 at 10:31 am

    Glad to see people being warned..I own a web site and make my living from my web site. It is very very time consuming like anything else it takes a lot of work.I will say the most things do not require one to be a genius and there are many help forums for newbies.Having a business background of some sort does help a great deal. I cringe every time I see this guy on TV. Google says straight out on my(and everyone’s) webmaster account help forum….Not anyone can promise you that your site will be on Google first page for a given keyword or phrase.

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    Jerry says:

    August 17th, 2011 at 5:32 pm

    Just in the nick of time. This guy is calling our house tonight. We talked to him last night and the first thing he asked was how many credit cards we had and the limit on them. I thought that was strange so I thought I would check it out, Thanks All !!!


    cornelius says:
    December 5th, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    they asked me for my credit cards and their limits also. I thought that they wanted to give me tips on paying them off, not so, they want to know so they could add the cost of their program on them. This is a scam if there ever was one. The affiliate sites that they want you to pay a monthly fee for can be found on the internet for free.

  • Beverly Adelstein says:

    August 16th, 2011 at 6:19 am

    I heard the Anthony Morrison infocommercial. It sounded really good to me but I am a cautious person so I decided to research this product and found this website. I am grateful I found it because I always go by what other ordinary people say about any products online before buying a product. The worst mess I ever got involved with was buying a clothes product which sounded great and I bought the product and it was a waste of money. But even from that silly experience it taught me to always research any tv product before ever buying. In life there is no such thing as an easy why to make profit. That Anthony Morrison sounds so honest but behind that mask of honesty is a snake oil salesman. Anthony Morrison’s success is his natural ability of sales and disengaging fools from their hard earned bucks.

  • Svet says:

    August 15th, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Thank you all for your truthful comments… I was lucky enough to come accross this website and read your reviews before I pick up the phone and get robbed. I’m still unclear though about how infomercials like that are allowed on TV. Apparently, people that are signing up for it believing it to be a legitimate business as it appears to be if listening to Anthony Morrison’s smooth talk on TV are getting robbed out of their accounts month after month. I guess anything is possible when money is involved.

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    jacob says:

    August 15th, 2011 at 3:33 am

    Thank-you to each and everyone of you who posted a review on this so called ” fast and easy money making scam ” good thing I did my reserch on the product before i picked up the telephone. Anthony is full of it , just another person wanting to sell a prduct and will say anything he has to , to sell it to you.

    thanks alot,


  • Milbourne Whitt says:

    August 14th, 2011 at 7:38 am

    I just saw the advertisment on TV and was thinking about making the call. First I decided to see what I could find out on the internet and read buyer reviews. I must have read over 25 reviews and they all say the same. It’s a scam to get your credit card number and sell more items, and you can’t stop it because he has your credit card number. Thanks for all these reviews, I’m not making that call. I answered something similar before. I told them I would send a money order for the amount asked because I NEVER give my credit card no. over the internet or phone. They said this was unacceptable. Now Folks, anybody who won’t take a perfectly good money order and insists on your credit card no. can’t be honest. Don’t do it!!! Thanks again folks, for your reviews.

  • Edward Scott says:

    August 13th, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    I am grateful for all the good advice provided on this page. Had I not read the reviews on this page I think I may have seriously thought about purchasing his system. Thanks for all the positive feedback I read on this website. I really appreciate all the positive feed back because I have had my share of negative experiences with websites that promise but don’t deliver. Here is what they do, they paint a picture of anticipation and great expectation they actually have the ability to create a false vision about all the good things that could be realized by investing in their product. Take the advice of one who has been victimized by dream creation and don’t allow yourself to be mislead by awe inspiring words that create the illusion that you will realize huge profits by purchasing their product. Thanks for all who took the time to issue words of caution.

  • Stacy says:

    August 10th, 2011 at 8:00 am

    I saw this infomercial for this product for the first time this morning and am glad to say I was smart enough to look up the book online first and review some comments about it. I agree with everyone on here about how is seems so easy and honest on TV. It is most important for everyone … no matter the product, or who you hear about it from … to research it and know EXACTLY what you are going to be getting (or getting into). In all honestly I have lost SOOO much money over the years falling prey to these scammers. You can not expect to get something for nothing. Any respectable AT HOME job is only going to be obtained through a reputable company that you physically interview with or just create yourself.

    Good luck to you all and PLEASE RESEARCH EVERYTHING and get real jobs! In the long run … it will save you more time, energy and money!

  • Lee says:

    August 9th, 2011 at 12:52 am

    I would like to thank everyone on here, for their honest post. I have seen way too many of these scams and for some dumb reason, I almost bought into this program. What the hell was I thinking; I must say, I am very lucky to have read all your post. It says a lot when there is not ONE good post about this program. I feel bad for all of you, who had been scammed and I wish you all luck in getting your money back. You all should come together and form a group to fight scamming @$$ holes this guy.

  • Theresa says:

    August 6th, 2011 at 8:54 am

    I just saw Anthony Morrison infomercial and i was excited to learn i can make a few hundred dollars a month after being one of the people that made $18hr to making $11hr and out of work for two yrs. I thought to myself, let me check this guy out. Let this be a learning experience for everyone. Don’t ever buy anything unless you do your research. It only takes a few minutes.

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    Andrew says:

    August 6th, 2011 at 3:19 am

    Here is the truth. My wife signed up for this because she thought we could use it to supplement our income. This guy is full of it. You don’t need his book to do the same thing he is trying to sell you. If he was making millions of doing what he says we can do why would he sell it to us. It took me two months to find my own stuff in the garage to make the money back I wasted on this. I called the company and emailed the company multiple times to tell them, how dare they take advantage of people like my wife. This is a scam, because he is just trying to sell you his book. If we wanted a real job he would go get one instead of being on TV at 2am and trying to tell people “oh buy my stuff and you will make money” BS. Go get a real job Anthony and stop sucking money out of gullible people just because you tell them BS. Anthony says “my poor dad needed money” go get a real job and actually work for your money. Stay far away from this.

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    Henry says:

    August 4th, 2011 at 5:17 am

    I make much of my living on the internet. It is not easy fast money. I have contracts with manufacturers from being in business for 15 years prior to using the internet. Growth rate is about 20% per year. 80 hour work weeks. There is no such thing as quick easy money. If you want to make money in a business there are good rules. Handle a product that will give repeat business from the same customers. Build a customer base that is loyal and take good care of your customers. It works. The internet is a good advertising area but there is no quick road to riches. My first three months I may have made $1.00 an hour for my labor. Even now I value my internet work time by how much will I make during the next 5 years for the work I do today. Write your own business plan; divide the planned income by 10 and you may have a realistic look at what you will make. Use the library or internet research. Do not buy from any one that says they will make you rich.

    Yes I work from home but it is not the dream that these people say it is. I start at 4:00am and finish at 6:00 pm Monday through Friday. 4:00am to 9:00am Saturday and Sunday.

    That is the real world of owning a business that makes money.

  • kate says:

    July 30th, 2011 at 8:11 am

    just cancel your debit card. Just say it was lost and your bank will be able to stop the card. If it’s your checking account call and say that you want to change your check account # – It may be a pain but it will stop the money from coming out….checking just let bank know that someone has gotten a hold of your account# and you need to change it. Don’t say it’s because of this because if you authorized it from the beginning they will not stop it. Just state that someone you know has gotten a hold of the account# and you would like to change the account#

  • Dave S says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 10:10 am

    I am sorry for all of you who got duped into buying this so called book and losing lots of cash in the process. I am glad i came here and I always google everything before I buy it. ESPECIALLY anything that has to do with infomercials. But some of you hit the nail, too good to be true? DO YOUR RESEARCH. It cost you nothing to research a product or a business. Good luck to you all in the future.

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    Jason says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 3:56 am

    A couple things that you might not know. When you call 99% of phone numbers you see on TV, the phone call is not going to that company directly, it is going to a telemarketing company. The telemarketing company gets paid to process your calls and forward your information to the company you are buying the product from, who then ships you the product.

    You do not speak to the company directly, because they do not want to talk to you. Whether you’re calling for the Ronco Grill, the 9/11 commemorative coin, the Automated Profits package, etc., your call is going to the same building, a telemarketing company. They also get paid commissions when you accept any of their “upsales”, or “additional offers” as they would call them.

    Every product has 5-6 upsales, ranging from additional add-ons or accessories for the product you ordered, to ridiculous clubs and coupon packages, regardless, they get paid any time you accept any of these additional offers. You can’t even order a set of CDs off of TV without having the company bill you monthly and continue to charge your credit card, until you call to cancel, which I’m sure is a pain in the ass.

    Moral of the story, basically anything you can buy off of TV is garbage and their goal is to get you to accept offers and charge your credit card for anything else you agree or sometimes not agree to. There’s also no use in calling and yelling at the person, they don’t work for the company that made the specific product you bought, they just passed that company your info so they could send you the product, and tried to sell you additional shit in the process. Google reviews for the product and buy it off of amazon or ebay is the way to go.

  • Darrell says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 3:38 am

    I’ve been online for over 5 years. The secret to success – there is no big secret. Its called work. If you want to make money online, you must earn it. Plain and simple. I watched this stupid infomercial for a few minutes and ya he’s a good salesman.

    However, wasn’t it odd, that a guy who is a so called guru internet marketer (lol) has a physical book and DVD to send you? If you are online, those types of products can easily be downloaded. Why would you need to ever send a physical copy?

    Here’s the thing. Everything can be learned if you are willing to actually invest the time and energy. If you are looking for get rich programs – sorry can’t help.

    Here are a few tips. You need to learn about setting up a website – wordpress is quite straight forward – tons of free videos on youtube and at wordpress.

    As well, you need to be able to either pay someone or write keyword specific content on whatever you are trying to rank in the search engines for. If you commit to 1 to 2 hrs daily of focused time, instead of looking for the next get rich program, you will all be 99% ahead of everyone else online.

    Search out terms like, SEO – search engine optimization – that’s the process to rank in the search engines. SEM – search engine marketing, Keyword research – what niche or market are you going after?

    Look – its not easy, otherwise every fricken person would be wealthy. If you want to understand this online game, be willing to invest the next 6 to 12 months of learning and applying. REAL businesses by the way can takes years to build – legitimate ones anyways. Cheers

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    K Smith says:

    July 26th, 2011 at 11:19 am

    I was able to get through to the company using the number in one of the remarks and receive a cancelation # along with a reimbursement.
    We’ll see in three days. No account change.

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    David B says:

    July 24th, 2011 at 11:21 pm

    I had foolishly bought this crap back in April and now not only am i getting $200.99 a month for 18 months taken out for the online class that i decided was BS and stopped using, i’m now getting $39.95 taken out a month. Is there anyway to stop the $39.95? Please someone reply to my comment so i can get this taken care of…i’m gonna see if the $200.99 stops when its suppose to but right now im worried about the $39.95.

    For those who are up late at night watching tv and you just happen to come across this Scam Artist DO NOT BUY ANYTHING! And research everything else you hear on tv first or if its a general household product check your local stores to see if they have the product

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    L. Johnson says:

    July 23rd, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    The program got off on my bad side right from jump street. First, an automated machine takes your order so you can’t ask questions. I ordered the two books described in the TV infomercial and wound up paying $9.95 twice for combined shipping via USPS Media Mail.

    I’ve done business on eBay for 10 years and know that Media Mail shipping for the two books is less than $5.00. Secondly, while in the process of taking my order, I became very annoyed by the promotion of a Walmart cash card deal requiring you subscribe to some service. They also made me “one time offers” to buy “tools” I’ll need for the program costing $95 and $195, which I declined.

    Third, before my books even arrived Anthony Morrison filled up my email inbox with “training” Webinars. The training sessions are in reality promotions for selling more “tools” you’ll need to succeed, costing $495 and $995. Just for the heck of it I checked out the email address for setting up my “free” website and in the application page they wanted my name, address, cell phone number and. get this, my social security number (required for IRS form 1099). I said Whoa! I don’t even know these people and they want all my identity information before I ever come close to making any money.

    That combined with the constant requests to buy more and more tools, which can run up a credit card bill quick makes me more than a little uneasy. This program sounds very credible on TV but unfortunately going forward feels too much like just another work at home scam. I’ll just eat the $40 I’m out of thus far and count myself lucky to disengage before being out some big bucks and really sorry.

  • Rj says:

    July 23rd, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    Dang!, I’m glad I see all the testimonials, I just bought that book today and I’m shocked to see all of these comments and now I don’t know how to stop them, I gave them all my information and card and now I’m freaking out and how to stop this, can anyone help me?, they made it seem so easy on TV. No wonder the lady kept offering me a bunch of extra crap.

  • Dan says:

    July 23rd, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    No disrespect to everyone but this type of scam has been around since the 90’s. Who ever comes on tv late at night is pushing junk to whoever will buy into. My advice is “use a pre paid debt card” & stop believing everything you see on tv. Next time put your money in dividends at least you get what you invest in.

  • Brenda Salopek says:

    July 22nd, 2011 at 6:26 pm

    Im glad i came an did some research first.. an to all that read this yes change your bank visa mastercard atm have your bank change it…this happen to once before i learned the hard way..please check all means before handing your money over..

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    Debi says:

    July 21st, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    I fell for this and was told it would be $9.95…Got my bank statement and they took all of my money!!! $256.80!!! How can this man be stopped??? I tried to call the 8665207289 number and could only get, ” We’re sorry. All circuits are busy now. Please try again later.” I am going to the BBB and Channel 9.

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    David H. says:

    July 21st, 2011 at 3:53 pm

    I am posting this to keep the thread going and get the word out. I always check these things out online first, but Morrison is so convincing on TV I just went ahead and ordered just for the hell of it. What hooked me? Well, he is halfway honest when he says “This isn’t a get rich overnight scheme, but what if you could earn $400 a month just spending 20mins a day at your computer? You could make your car payment, save it, or spend it. It’s real money.”

    So he makes it sound realistic. you can earn a little or earn a lot….but you will earn he makes it seem. Well turns out it is a get rich overnight scheme after all, but only Morrison is getting rich! I figure the automated system is there so you can’t hang up in the middle of the call, and to get your credit card info right off the bat. What a sham!

    I feel so bad for those who have lost thousands of $$$ to this hack, and even for those who are losing $40 a month for nothing! And what is worse is even the $20 he says you will make back doesn’t work out. And then you are asked to spend thousands to make maybe a few bucks if you are lucky? Oh my!

    This guy needs to be taken off the air and the internet and I can’t wait until justice catches up with him. I was almost suckered if not for this forum, so kudos.

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    Grant says:

    July 21st, 2011 at 2:16 am

    Well, people like this exist because they know a sucker is born every minute. Donald Trump runs a similar scam called the Trump University; free seminar, 1500 3 day seminar, then 30k private training, and it all does nothing.

    I saw Anthony’s tv ad knew it was a scam and wanted to enjoy some of the horror stories people had. I can’t feel bad for those of you who got scammed, it’s because you expect something for nothing.

    There is an online university that sells diplomas and transcripts to lazy people that get mad when they find out the diploma isn’t real or accredited and they lost hundreds of dollars on it.

  • claudia says:

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    Captainspock says:

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:44 am

    While Anthony Morrison is obviously a very “slick” pitchman, there is an old saying that bears repeating: “Anything that sounds too good to be true generally is just that: too good to be true.”

    Someone mentioned something about Anthony’s attire: No tie, etc etc. Frankly, it bothers me more that he was in need of a good shave. If someone is going to ask me for my money, he or she had better look legit. Anthony Morrison “sounds” sincere, but there are enough holes in his pitch that he literally shoots himself in the foot.

    It’s also interesting to look at the “interviewer”. Yes, he comes across as every bad used-car salesman you’ll ever see. But when he made the comment about the “green room”, I had to laugh. Yes, I know that laughing is “illogical” but so is any program that suggests everyone can make lots of money. If everyone made $250,000 per month (as Anthony claims he does!) we would have a hyper-inflation to rival that of Post WW I Germany!

    Peace and Long Life to all.

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    jim says:

    July 16th, 2011 at 2:01 am

    best advice was to cancel credit card asap and get refund from card co.

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    Doug Clark says:

    July 15th, 2011 at 5:50 pm

    Ordered Anthony Morrison material about 6 weeks ago. Received books and tapes and phone calls from PMI. So far I had only lost $266 and change. Now I’m looking at $39.95 deduction from my debit card. Where did that come from? Also received so many emails that it’s like trying to get a drink from a fire hydrant. There is so much there that none of it is usable. Wish I had known sooner. Don’t order this stuff unless you have deep pockets and lots of time.

  • James H. says:

    July 14th, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    Yeah, like a lot of the ppl who have commented B4 me, I am glad I did a little research on this first. I was in a bad motorcycle accident back in May, and haven’t been able to work since, so my wife has had to pick up 2 other jobs on top of being a server at a restaurant just to make ends meet. I feel so terribly bad for her having to completely exhaust herself 6 to 7 days a week, and so of course I am searching for some way for me to help her. It’s ppl like me who are DESPERATE that make me seem like an injured gazelle to predators like Anthony. I am so glad I found this site before I made things even worse for my family. A scam like this could have completely DESTROYED us. Losing 40 dollars or more every month could have cost us our home and vehicles, but worst of all, and what angers me the most is that it would’ve taken food out of our 8 year old son’s mouth….all the while Anthony is smiling and counting OUR money as it floods into HIS bank account. SCAMS LIKE THIS HAVE GOT TO BE STOPPED!!!!!

  • Pet says:

    July 14th, 2011 at 7:47 am

    Glad i read this I am from the caribbean and I tried quickstar when i was in the states so i have a hunger for making money so i can stay home, like everyone else.

    I was going to buy into this but decided to research because if i do it would mean i pay 6.3 times the amount as my money is 6.3 to 1US.

    thank you for the reviews.

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    Paula S, says:

    July 13th, 2011 at 8:09 am

    Wish I had read these reviews first, but the infomercial sucks you in. I just noticed a charge to my checking account for $39.95 that I didn’t recognize. Further review detected two more charges in the same amount noted as ‘APHLEARN 866-52072 $ 39.95. After a quick web search,I was linked to Advertising Profits From Home info. I should have known better, especially when you order and you can NEVER get to a person and it goes on and on and tries to get you to sign up for other services. Of course they take your credit card information first thing which makes you weary of just hanging up! Words to the wise: IF YOU’RE THINKING OF BUYING INTO THIS SCAM, DON”T DO IT!!!

  • littlebit says:

    July 12th, 2011 at 6:38 am

    This is so nice of people to tell others how bad this book is! I was thinking to myself, how could so many people make $200,000.00 a month….if this was so, everyone would be doing this. Everyone cant get rich…only him off of Thanks so much for this website and the fine folks posting info.

  • Kevin Mathis says:

    July 11th, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    I saw the program last night and was considering it, but decided to do some research first. BOY AM I GLAD I DID! This site seems to be a great place to learn about scams such as Anthony Morrison’s, but is there a site where someone can go to find listings of actual, legitimate work at home programs??

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    Carla P says:

    July 10th, 2011 at 2:14 pm

    I just saw the infomercial on Anthony Morrison’s internet money making opportunity. I was genuinely interested and skeptically believed what he was saying. Came really close to calling and ordering, but decided to do a little research first. Boy, am I glad I did! In this economy with the cost of everything going up, except our PAY, I almost fell for this scam. Thank you, to everyone who took the time to warn all of us hopeful thinkers. May God bless you, and America.

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    Donna G. says:

    July 9th, 2011 at 9:54 pm

    Something told me that the guy (no matter how convincing his pitch was and how honest it sounded) that he wasn’t for real. I mean look at his clothes, unruly hair cut, shirt opened, no tie….I guess that’s to make him look more down home, but the clincher was the guy opposite him who reminded me of every car salesman you’ve ever met. Glad i found this site.

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    Jesse Aaron says:

    July 6th, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Ok so I saw this guy on tv and decided what the heck, it’s only 30 bucks with shipping. So I call the automated system and give them my card number. Next thing I know, I’m being signed up for all sorts of subscriptions, the automated voice is telling me thanks and additional charges are being listed. I’m yelling at my phone “NO NO ABORT, NO” The only thing the automated voice seems to recognize is yes though.. Long story short, I had a mild panic attack and did some research. If you go to his webpage, there is a customer service number at the bottom ,Customer Service Number: 1.866.520.7289, and after going through a brief yet annoying automated system, you are given the chance to talk to a real person. Thankfully I got a good one named Cindy at extension 2157 and she was no BS when it came to getting my order canceled. I have yet to confirm if it is all canceled yet, but remain hopeful that this will all just go away like a bad dream.

    For those that are even considering this program, flee from it, it’s all bull. trust me trust me trust me, you don’t need this kind of trouble.

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    Anthony Morrison says:

    July 6th, 2011 at 3:18 am

    Thanks for your reviews but there’s more people who have succeeded than failed sorry that you didn’t make any money!!!! But you can’t get rich over night either!!!!

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    Barbara C. says:

    July 3rd, 2011 at 10:46 pm

    To “Kelly G.” if ANYONE WANTS TO GET OUT OF paying “Anthony” the scam artist, every month & is trying to get out of paying or realizing that Morrison” & his co-workers~are ALL SCAM ARTISTS~~just change your Bank card! Request to change your bank card~&; they will give you a New card~with a different acct. number on it~so when the scumbags try to take more money out of your acct. they can’t ! you must explain to the bank or your credit card company what is happening~& they will gladly change ur card number! You can also Dispute the payment, with ur bank & they will put the money back into ur acct. I have done this MANY TIMES~~I’m one of the lucky ones~I DID NOT ORDER THE SCAM ARTIST’S PACKAGE ! I KNEW IT WAS BULL FROM THE START!! Everyone~call the Better Business Bureau!!

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    Matthew O says:

    July 3rd, 2011 at 10:13 am

    When I bought the kit they didn’t have a bbb rating nothing on it. So, when me and my mother got the kit We signed up for the affiliate site. Built exactly like his. So, I needed coaching. So, we paid the money out. Coming to find out they didn’t teach you much except building a webpage. I called up the customer service # and they told me that I could get low cost clicks on one site. Well, to my surprise after paying out hundreds of dollars and 3,500 clicks later. I didn’t make a dime. Also. customer service lied 4 times to me on when I would see my conversions. Plus the other money I spent and it went down the drain. So, I went back to bbb and they showed 4 numbers and one of them was to anthony morrisson’s office. So, when I called his office they said they don’t recognize that customer service number. So, overall don’t go with Anthony and his system. It’s all a bunch of bull.

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    Mark says:

    July 2nd, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    I went to the free 3 hour initial seminar. They got me excited. So I paid $1,995 to go to the two day training. I split the cost with my friend. I thought I would be ready to make money after spending all that money on training. No! They said, the two day training was like “pre-school” and I would not make the money I really want to unless I pay for their software and personal mentoring program which is like “high school”. I got sucked in. I payed $10,000 for the Level 1 Mentoring program.

    They make it look so easy to create Facebook and Plenty of Fish Ads. It is, but doing it the way they show us does not make any money. I went to Utah for their weekend training (Total cost of trip = $730). There were about 30 people there and the instructor asked who was making money from Facebook and Plenty of Fish ads. Not one person was making money! The reason: 1,000’s of people were clicking on our ads but we weren’t getting conversions because we didn’t have webpages to keep the customer.

    The ONLY way to make any money in affiliate marketing is you know how to build professionally looking websites and know how to get tons of traffic to your website. I paid for this program 9 months ago and have only lost money from doing what they say. It takes FOREVER for them to return my emails or calls and when they do, their only response is that I should pay for their more expensive mentoring package with is $25,000 or $35,000. HELL NO!!! This has been the biggest mistake I have ever made and I just hope by reading this I can stop other people from being scammed by the ANTHONY MORRISON SYSTEM.

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    Kelly Ganey says:

    June 30th, 2011 at 4:02 am

    Anthony Morrison is a THIEF to put it nicely. I literally BEGGED for SEVEN months to get out of the affiliate program that I was being charged $49 a month for (and that was being drafted out of my dwindling checking account) and no one would respond by e-mail. When I would call, they would TELL me my membership was canceled, but the following month, the fee would be drafted out of my account yet again. The last time I called, I threatened them with a law suit and said I wanted a refund. “Joseph” (who refused to give me his last name) said I’d have to get that approved by Anthony “personally”….IMAGINE THAT! I e-mailed Anthony only about 100 times and as you may guess, he has yet to reply and I STILL get his little updates to my e-mail from his affiliate program…..BUT, I DID notice that the $49 fee was NOT drafted out of my checking account this month! I guess “Joseph” must have told Morrison he had been threatened with a law suit so he had to let his greed go on me! DON’T LET HIM GET YOU!!!

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    beau says:

    June 27th, 2011 at 6:17 am

    I’m surprised no one has commented on the “host” Mark Victor Hansen… this guy is a huckster to the max… If you see him promoting anything…RUN!!! He’s run many of these same types of money-making scams himself… He’s one of the guys behind the book/video The Secret (btw the secret is this: tell a bunch of lies and imply you have the hidden key about how easy it is to have a great, successful, wealthy life and CHARGE THEM THOUSANDS!!! I call it “Raping the Lemmings”)…one of the others behind this SECRET Scam is James Arthur Ray who is currently on trial for murdering 3 of his seminar attendees in a sweatlodge… Um…”if it sounds too good to be true…uh, yea… It probably is!!!”

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    Martha says:

    June 25th, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    It’s so easy to pretend that you’re a real person on the internet and claim to support a clear and blatant scam… Larry S (comment number 8 on this with the 5 star rating, i’ve seen you copy and paste the same crap on other websites), i wouldn’t be surprised if you are somehow affiliated with the ANTHONY MORRISON SCAM!! I myself was duped out of $4,000+ and have been paying around $200 to use a service that was misrepresented and mis-sold to me in the first place. Anthony Morrison’s staff withheld a lot of important information and sold me into a program I wasn’t fully aware of – I admit that I was naive and I should have researched more, but they made it seem like it was an exclusive club or something and that there was a ‘careful’ selcetion process to make sure that I was a candidate THEY would want to invest in!! I think that’s the art of a succesful scam. Just to think, if he can get 1,000 people in the US to buy into this scam then that’s $200,000 monthly revenue his company could be generating (but I’m sure the number is closer to 100,000 or so in a country of 350million people).

    Please, if you are reading this, DON’T THROW YOUR MONEY AWAY, least of all give it to Anthiny Morrison for a pipe dream that you will have to further invest $1000s and won’t have anything to show for it… AND THE WORST PART IS, EVERY MONTH THE PAYMENTS GET TAKEN OUT OF YOUR ACCOUNT, YOU CANNOT CANCEL THEM, YOU CANNOT GET OUT OF THE PROGRAM, AND THERE IS NO ONE THAT YOU CAN SPEAK TO THAT WILL ADDRESS YOUR ISSUES….. SCAM! SCAM! SCAM!

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    jose says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 9:13 am

    I saw the infomercial Last night and I almost believe in him. Thank GOd I alwasys google everything before hand AND I GOT THIS WEBSITE. Sorry for those people who got in their hands. Research first people RESEARCH. god bless you all

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    jwills says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 6:16 am

    This is a scam, i’ve watched the infomecial several times, and i know i heard him say the website and hosting is free for life. I knew that sounded to good to be true and i’m glad i went with my first mind and waited to see what other people would experience with the program before i tried it. As i suspected, a down right out right scam. I can’t understand why he would bold-face lie and say the website would be free of hosting charges and then turn around and bill you $30 a month. i knew he couldn’t possibly afford to pay millions of peoples website hosting bills for the life of their site.

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    John Jacobs says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    Of course, this is a SCAM! Think about it – if this guy knows how to make $$$ the way he claims then he would be doing it himself. By telling others about his techniques — would only create more competition and saturate the market thus depleting his edge! THAT IS A FACT! So obviously he is selling this program to get YOUR money. To make $$ online takes hard work, dedication, a niche market and getting in ground floor — not to mention SEO and PPC marketing knowledge. I am a successful affiliate marketer, but this business is getting more difficult as time goes on. Good Luck to all!

  • Tanner Wagner says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 3:38 am

    Thank goodness I read all of these comments.

  • Joseph says:

    June 3rd, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    I ordered the books for 40 bucks a couple days ago. i unfortunately did not do my research before ordering these books… As a website owner i can tell you that nothing is a total scam if you know how to work the system.

    What Anthony is hoping on is that people who are not so computer savvy will buy his books and blindly jump into this deal without any thought. I am now compelled to start a watch list for deals such as this and post it on my website. And i hop that any of you out there will do the same. Spread the word any way you can to tell people not to be fooled by this.

    I’m not going to completely dismiss it yet though since i already payed the money. I will badger customer support with any questions i have until they answer me such as is the website hosting free or not. Anthony claims that it is completely free and that he will pay the hosting fee and the maintenance fees but from what i see that is a load of crap.

    As soon as i have put some honest effort into this program, i will be back to share my results with all. The reason for no good reviews may be because the people who actually made this work for them don’t want more competition.

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    L D Richards says:

    May 30th, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    When I called the number to order, I recorded the call. I was expecting to pay 19.95 plus 9.95 for shipping. My credit card was charged an extra 9.95. Upon listening to my recording I realized that I had been “slicked” out of the extra 9.95. After explaining that you get the Advertising book and the “My 3 Secrets” DVD along with you free affiliate marketing website all for just 19.95 plus 9.95 for shipping and handling he says: “…I’m committed to your success, so I’m also going to include my first powerful book ‘The Hidden Millionaire’ absolutely free with your order today, you just pay for the 9.95 for shipping and handling.” I though he was talking about the 9.95 already discussed, not an additional 9.95 shipping. It was VERY misleading. There was never a TOTAL purchase price given to me. When dealing with Anthony Morrison, keep your hand on your wallet. I am going to complain, complain, complain. It doesn’t feel good when you know you’ve been duped — even for 9.95. Anthony is very slick.

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    Robert says:

    May 30th, 2011 at 10:18 am

    SAVE YOUR MONEY! Well, the guy tries to come across like the savior for online businesses. I bought in. I can’t get the auto credit charges to stop, they have harassed me endlessly with emails and phone calls but will not stop the auto charging nor refund my package price.

    What was said above is very true-there does not seem to be anyone anywhere able to respond to a call or an email. I’ve read both books and his claims are false. The first book is the story of Anthony. BORING. There is nothing in it to teach online business. The second is about affiliate marketing and leaves the reader way short of actually being able to do this business. There is no way to begin with the information(or lack of) in either book. He guarantees you will make enough in two weeks to cover the cost of the package. Not possible without paying their ‘consultants’ a lot of money. It’s just another high pressure salesman on the line who dumps you if you don’t commit to spending thousands of dollars.

    One of the papers in the package sent me to the set up site for the ‘free’ web site that comes with purchase. Once there, they actually REQUIRE you to enter your social security number. FOLKS, DO NOT DO THIS. They claim that they have to in order to pay you your profits……THIS IS FALSE. The IRS and other tax agencies have a process when this is required and this isn’t it.

    Anthony is just another self proclaimed prodigy who steals money from those in real need, who signs you up to automatically take about $40 a moth from your bank account, and who does not fulfill the promises in his demigod like infomercial. Two words can sum up this guy: EGOTISTICAL THIEF.

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    Larry S. says:

    May 22nd, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    It is funny to me how a year and a half ago when I read stuff like this online, it did not deter me from getting started with Anthony’s Success Academy. Now I am able to be at home with my family and leave all the jobs of the world to everyone else (mostly miserable people who like to post on forums like this). While you continue to eek by and wonder how other people have done, there are great programs like the Success Academy to take the action takers by the hand and help them change their lives. You can all stay in negative-town together, but for those in this world looking for a reason to say yes and take chance on themselves…I hope you get the opportunity to work with the great coaches that Anthony has.

    God Bless,


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    Teresa says:

    May 20th, 2011 at 6:27 am

    I saw this infomercial a couple of weeks ago and took the # down, I thought I would call and order it later after thinking about it for a while. The infomercial came on again tonight and I didn’t pay much attention because I had already watched it so I called to order. Of course I was skeptical about whether or not it was a scam but I figured it was only $19.95 (plus S&H) so it wouldn’t kill me if I lost that small amount. I was not happy that it was an automated system but I went through it anyway.

    They get your credit card info upfront and then you give your mailing address and phone #, which all seems legit since you are calling to actually order something. After giving all my info I just wanted the order confirmation and the free website info – however, at this time they begin to try to upsell a ton of other products to you. They are all automated and I declined everything else but the call was still 23 minutes long. Finally, at the end they give you the confirmation and your order total along with the website to go to and activate your free website.

    This is where I have a problem, my order total came to $39.85 but the commercial clearly states the product is only $19.95 plus S&H, which is revealed to be $9.95 at the start of the call – that only comes to $29.90. So where did the extra $9.95 come from? I don’t know anywhere that charges almost 50% tax. There was an option to upgrade to express shipping for an extra $9.95 but I declined that (and by the way, 3-5 days is not express to me). The order total is given at the very end and there is no option to cancel or speak with anyone to find out why the amount is higher than what is said on the commercial. They only say you can call their customer service line during normal business hours for any questions about the order, so I’ll have to wait to call them.

    Another odd thing, at the end of the call they tell you to immediately, once you hang up with them, call this other # to listen to some free seminar or something (I don’t quite remember what it was for). Anyway, I called that # right after hanging up and just got a voicemail to leave a message and be called back – it didn’t even say who I was calling (I just hung up). Next I went to the website to activate my free website – here you have to put in some basic info AND your SSN. It says that they need your SSN since you will be earning commission so they have to send you a 1099 at the end of the year – which makes sense, but I am very cautious who I give my SSN to so I stopped there. I figured I would wait to get the book first and see if this sounds legit before activating my website and giving out my SSN.

    At that point is when I decided to Google “Anthony Morrison” and came across this site. So needless to say, I will be watching my credit card for a while and I will likely dispute the charge through my credit card company since $39.85 is more than the amount I authorized. Has anyone had any issues with giving your SSN to get the website started? My understanding of all the reviews is that people were just charged recurring fees on the credit card they used to order the product.

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    Ron says:

    May 19th, 2011 at 11:31 am

    My wife and i were watching tv one night and came across this infomercial, and my wife told me to call because she really believed it was a golden opportunity. When i did call, like many others in here, they were selling the world to me and add some. It was rather annoying, but i figured, ok, i can get through this and not spending more than the program. Well, i did, and when it came down to the shipping info, that should have rang a bell, i only gave my phone number and zipcode, and they knew everything about me but my SSN, was very scary, i even wonder how legal that is? I did get the books and cd package, and without me knowing i was a member of their learning center for 39.95 a month, tried to stop the whole deal and get my money back. Well, i wonder if there is a way to get around that stupid computer to talk to, they just hang up on you, so yeah, THIS IS A BIG SCAM!!!!!

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    Jay says:

    May 16th, 2011 at 4:46 pm

    Yes Anthony Morrison IS A SCAM!!!! It is a total scam. People like this make me sick. I have run an web development business for 15 years and thought I would investigate to see if they really can improve your online business and it’s a bunch of junk. You’ll end up on the phone for hours while they try to brainwash you and eventually end up on the phone with some poor kid who doesn’t know anything trying to size up your bank account, then you’ll get a high pressure team leader bully on the line trying to get your numbers.

    Here is a link to a person who lots 5 grand to these guys, don’t let it happen to you! They got me for 40 bucks. Oh yeah the first thing that happens is they change company names to follow up to take your money. That companies name is PMI EXPERIENCE PMIEXPERIENCE.COM IS THE SITE THEY SEND YOU TO.

  • Heather says:

    May 12th, 2011 at 3:57 am

    just saw the infomercial, glad i didn’t get sucked into that scam after reading this sites reviews.

  • Rosario Rositani says:

    May 10th, 2011 at 3:56 am

    Hi Everyone, I am fed up with innocent people becoming victims to people like Morrison. I am an ex-employee of the government and I would like to go after, legally, and stop these people before they destroy the lives of more good people. Any thoughts of how we can form a coalition? Thanks

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    Sandra Moore says:

    May 4th, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    I’ve never seen this Morrison person or his website, but I was helping my ELDERLY parents with their finances and came across a recurring charge for $29.95 on their credit card. Calling the number I found out the charge was for Advertising Profits from Home and some sort of VIP online Learning Center. Here’s the thing — my parents don’t even own a computer! How they got hooked up with this obvious scam is a mystery to me and to them. Run, do not walk away from this con artist.

  • Jacquelyn Plahitko says:

    May 4th, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    I was wondering why he ‘cared’ about other people making money.

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    Asia says:

    May 3rd, 2011 at 4:29 am

    I saw the “infomercial” for the first time tonight. Actually believed the damn guru called twice & hung up after Anthony’s recording said, “just accept the $9.95 s&h fee.” Something told me not to do it so I decided to research first, as I usually do, & bam I found this! Thank you Lord & everyone who posted about the scheming liar. So happy I didn’t order the book!

    And everytime I feel like somethings too good to be true I search it first, & guess what, IT ALWAYS ENDS UP TO BE A SCAM. Don’t believe the late night infomercials, they’re on late nights so majority of the US isn’t scammed & they’re caught with fraud! Heck the GOVERNMENT is probably in on it too & thats probably why nothing’s usually done about these kinds of things unless ppl actually take a stand & something has to BE done! :)

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    Elizabeth says:

    May 2nd, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    I’m so glad I read this site. I did buy the book and got it a few days ago. I’ve read about half of it and was seriously thinking that this program could help solve my financial problems and bring me the financial freedom I dream of. I got that call from the PMI company and they really knew how to get to me by talking about my dreams. I ALMOST signed up for the training & coaching for $3,549! That would be my whole savings, everything I have, although they were willing to finance me. I spoke with the finance department and something in the back of my mind said that I would make the decision tonight and speak with him tomorrow. THANK GOD! I will finish the book and don’t really mind that I spent the $$ for that, because I think I will try it. Although I won’t use his free site, I don’t want to have any further contact with Anthony Morrison. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! My dreams are over, but at least I didn’t lose my meager savings.

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    KJ Smith says:

    April 27th, 2011 at 7:31 am

    I really want to thank everyone who posted their comments about the Anthony Morrison system. His late night infomercials had me convinced this was a great opportunity to earn a few extra hundred dollars from home – and I’m NOT someone easily swayed, let alone by people hawking their products on late night TV. I definitely will stay away from this product since I absolutely do not have money to waste.

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    MyName says:

    April 24th, 2011 at 11:42 am

    Has anyone reading this ever really had success with some infomercial marketed program? I mean, they are all “scams”, aren’t they?

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    frank says:

    April 23rd, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    i had been wanting to buy this system for the last few months but i was afraid that if i gave them my bank account info i was gonna get it drained. so i purchased a prepaid credit card with just enough funds to cover it. they tried to sell me other things but i declined. at the end the woman taking the order told me that they could not accept prepaid credit cards, that to me sounds like a SCAM.

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    Jamie says:

    April 20th, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Well I must say, Ive see Anthony on TV a couple of times, but I had already begun a thing called affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is possible, you just have to find a website to sell for, that people want to buy. Stay away from books that promise the future, when there is a lot of hard work involved, Affiliate marketing does work, as I have made about $300 a month using youtube and a video game website, but it takes as much work as a part time job to get it started. once you do get it started, you need minimal work to keep it going. Anyways, Anthony makes his millions off people buying his book that he threw together about marketing. Its a shame that you can find even better information off google than that.

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    fab says:

    April 20th, 2011 at 7:20 am

    so glad i read all the comments everyone else posted about the product

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    nic says:

    April 8th, 2011 at 7:22 am

    Its about time people realize how informercials push too much to sell their products, this should raise a red flag.. people have made money off amazon, craigslist ebay etc and you have never seen these companies CEO on late night informercial pitching how their companies have made people rich and how to be rich… you should ask yourself why informercials come late at night….

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    Robert says:

    April 8th, 2011 at 12:11 am

    I ordered Anthony Morrison’s homejobsforcitizens back on 10/09/2010 for $150. I tried working the program for several months with no sucess, all of the products had already been listed on ebay numerous times. I called on 01/31/2011 and was trying to get my money back and now they say that the 90 period has expired and that unfortunately there is no way to get back my money. THIS IS A BIG SCAM!!! THIS IS A BIG SCAM!! PLEASE DO NOT LET THIS CONARTIST MAKE YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY MAKE MONEY USING HIS PROGRAM! IF YOU DON’T BELEIVE ME READ AND RESEARCH THOSE THAT HAVE BEEN TAKEN ONLINE – DO A GOOGLE SEARCH. PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR MONEY LIKE I DID IN THIS TRYING ECONOMY…..

  • brentedgell says:

    April 7th, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    So, last night, i ordered the book…and THEN i came online and wanted to see how people were doing, following Anthony’s plan…and it came to my surprise, that people were saying THIS IS A SCAM! I didn’t read ONE good thing about this…so i called this morning and tried canceling it. She said that the book has already been sent and that I would have to send it back, which I will have to pay for the fee. So even tho I’ll get my money back from the crap i bought, overall, im gonna lose 10-20 dollars. Thanks Anthony…

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    stace says:

    April 5th, 2011 at 4:12 am

    My bf and i were joking about ordering this, after we saw his infomercial, to see if we can make a few hundred bucks a month as extra eating out money. so instead i went online and did a lil research before making it on serious note, before ordering the book.

    All i can say now is that, i’m so so so glad that my bf and i had read all the reviews on here.

    p.s. i’d been scammed before a few years back with similar concepts. they ended up charging my debit card many times, it all added up to almost $300. til this day i still want a refund on my hard earning money back.

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    kenric wyrick says:

    April 3rd, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    one big scam!!!stay away from everything conected to morrison!!!!

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    Carrol Hawkins says:

    April 3rd, 2011 at 1:12 am

    I am very thankful I took the time to read all the posts. I was considering the purchase off the TV infomercial. When I read every single post was negative from mild to severe I knew I would not buy it. This infomercial is misleading people to believe it they bought the book today they would be making money in just a few weeks. They do not tell you that the first book you buy is just the beginning part, from that point you will be asked to buy more software, montly fees for use of their website. If someone had the money and skills for this it would be great but for most of us looking to work from home our budget does not allow for more monthly fees let alone large lump sums of money. Like most of all these “get rich quick” programs you have to spend money to make money and probably if you had these things you could get this program off and running for yourself.

  • Ryan says:

    March 17th, 2011 at 1:49 am

    I just bought it Friday, and have not received anything from him yet. I had a weird moment at 3am and decided it was a good idea to get it. I have a baby on the way with a low income job and need surgery before joining the air force, so I guess I was reeled in by this bloke and hope to get the full refund or so help me I will…goosefraba. Anger management works ya’ll

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    Lavern says:

    March 15th, 2011 at 10:11 am

    Call 866-621-1532 for refunds.

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    Travis Michael says:

    March 14th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    Scam. Don’t believe anything from Anthony. Nothing is what he says it is like. Your bank account will be drained. I am fighting to get my money back right now.

  • ek says:

    March 13th, 2011 at 6:52 am

    I have never bought anything off the TV infomercials. but this guy really had me for a second. almost thought about buying until i picked up the computer and googled it. i feel bad for everyone that this guy convinced. guess the only true way to get rich fast is to scam innocent people.

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    Jeff says:

    March 13th, 2011 at 3:43 am

    If it seems too good to be true, it is…

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    DOJ says:

    March 11th, 2011 at 2:01 am

    I am sending this webpage to the Internet crime fraud div and the FBI in relations to the copyright. Look, you took the time to read all the way down to my post, take 5 minutes or less to report what you found to these agencies. Maybe, if they see people ACTUALLY CARE about being ripped off taking the time to report it, the FBI wlll act. They have enough evidence here and elsewhere on the net. AT THE VERY LEAST STOP the misleading lying scamformercials (INFOmercials). But if you dont act, the LAW will probably do nothing about it. Whether you were hurt or not by this jerk, its your duty if you are an american citizen to act.

    ITs just as easy to just send this page to them HERE and HERE

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    Cheryl Johnson says:

    March 9th, 2011 at 2:54 pm

    My husband ordered this book back in November 2010. He has no internet skills but swore that we would make thousands on this program just like Anthony Morrison said. Of course this meant that I was going to have to read the book and do all of the work. Here it is March and I still haven’t really had the time to read it. Do I feel like we wasted $40? Yes. But I’m sure I’ve wasted more than that before. I was able to setup our personalized web-site but I haven’t added anything to it to help generate customers. I’m hoping one day to get around to finishing the web-site but I’m really in no hurry.

    I have not been charged any monthly fees. I have papers that came with the book stating that the web hosting and site were free. My husband and I did have a call with a coach one night. After an hour of listening to him we were told it would cost $7500 for his professional services helping with our site. Before giving us this number we were asked numerous questions including what debts we had and available credit card limits we had. Ironically we had said that one card had $7500 open on it. We were also told we may be in a future commercial for the product. We politely declined everything. After a few more calls and us telling them no they stopped calling all together.

    Like I said my husband spent $40 on the book and I was able to setup the web-site but there is still a lot of work to be done. I would rather have the $40 back but I guess if I ever get the time to finish up the site I will see what happens. Until then I just choose the turn the channel whenever Anthony Morrison’s commericals are on.

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    mark m says:

    March 8th, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    Anthony Morrison really got me at first. I was so inspired to take a chance on his marketing program. I am so down right now because of this poor economy, I really wanted it to work for me. The only positve part so far are the daily emails of encouragement. The one thing that bothers me as well is the constant emails and upsells from this tillman character. He was sent to me by Anthony with no real explanation or affiliation?? I FINALLY started checking things out and unfortunately another costly lesson. I take full responsibility for my ignorance. It is a hard pill to swallow when you find out the light in the tunnel is just another illusion. GOD BLESS AND GOOD LUCK TO ALL…..

  • Lisa says:

    March 5th, 2011 at 9:59 pm

    I saw this advertising on the late night tv, I always check things out online first. So happy I succeeded again in finding more information. I saved myself time and money! Thanks everyone for your Great input, you are saving the people who are smart enough to search before buying! Again thank you

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    Mr. Baseball says:

    February 28th, 2011 at 2:38 am

    I was wondering if I ordered this book with a pre-paid credit card, do you think it will work this way I wont get charged for any other BS?

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    Josh Logan says:

    February 27th, 2011 at 9:24 pm

    Wow, i just got done watching the infomercial, it sounded so convincing and Anthony seems so honest.. but after reading these posts it all makes sense. I’m glad i found this site. its a money making scheme but for Anthony… not for us.

    About 10 years ago i fell for one of these money making schemes. It was called the INTERNET TREASURE CHEST. It sounded so great, you got your website you could design yourself and post the items you wanted to sell from thousands of different choices. A warehouse who knows where would drop ship the items for you. All you had to do was post it on the internet and promote it. When i called in the dude I spoke to sounded like a creepy old guy. I did receive everything they had mentioned, but they always try to sell you more stuff, better stuff, upgrades, so on and so on… your supposed to be making money,not spending it all. Long story short, I didn’t make a penny.

    You have to be very careful with these scams. If you could really make 50,000 to 100,000 thousand a month eventually don’t you think he would sell his program for more than 19.95 ?? When it sounds too good to be true, it is!

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    Paul says:

    February 26th, 2011 at 7:33 am

    If you don’t want to get billed the monthly fee anymore and can’t get a hold of anybody to cancel the subscription…call your credit card company and tell them you lost your card. They will send you a new one with a new number. That easy…

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    mary says:

    February 25th, 2011 at 8:40 am



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    Sam Monroe says:

    February 22nd, 2011 at 12:52 pm

    i went thru very much similar situation as had Judy Lindsey who posted here on Dec. 23, 2010. purchased the whole package deal for $10,450. total waste of money and hundreds of man hours. the so-called specialized and trained “Coach” was all but worthless. ended spending about another $2,500 to $3,000 trying to make this system work. I WOULD LUV to join in on a lawsuit if anybody’s got something going on. they supposedly offer a 90 day money back guarantee. when i called in towards the 90 days to get my money back, could never get a hold of anybody. supposedly i was always getting the wrong office. when i filed a credit card dispute, they said that they couldn’t get a hold of anybody either and that being over a certain period of time that they couldn’t help me on this and that i would have to take legal action on my own.

  • Bosslady says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    Anthony shouldnt be talking about anything. He has contridicted himself so much he shouldnt even be considered credible.

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    Anonymous says:

    February 12th, 2011 at 4:36 am


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    Cynthia says:

    February 9th, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    This email link states that there is a pending class action suit against Mr. Morrison. How can I join the suit?

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    Matt says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 4:28 am

    If you’re thinking about buying the book, look on eBay first.

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    AgentSmith says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 3:12 am

    This Anthony Morrison is a Bernie Madoff in the making. He is a slippery protege of the slimy Gordon Gekko and will stop at nothing to pocket your money. I urge all to reconsider buying his book, he uses cunning one liners to draw in unsuspecting AND unqualified buyers. There is a class action suit against him and his company for his fraudulent ways. The best way to make money at home is to become a medical transcriptionist because anyone can do it with typing skills and it is an honest profession that earns you extra money. if you’re on workers compensation or welfare do what the rest of the country does and work under the table… It may not be politically correct, but it’s not a scam either.

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    Sheree B says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 12:20 am

    I’m not sure who to believe. The first comment I read from another guy wanting money to help you make money, I found he had definitely had his own motive for calling Anthony Morrison’s book and free website a scam.

    I did buy his book, got the website, and have not been charged a monthly fee for hosting my website. I was offered coaching for another fee, but turned it down because I wanted to see if I could do it myself. While I haven’t made a million or even hundreds of dollars, everything requires work, nothing in life is free, so beware of all those guys out there dogging Anthony Morrison for the same thing they are trying to do to you.

    Before I can blame anyone else for just taking my money, I need to evaluate things more carefully. What have I done to promote my own growth? Not much, but I have made my money back that I paid for the books and DVD. I have not been charged anymore money or monthly membership fee that most of the guys out there do charge for their systems. Most of them will get your credit card numbers and charge more money themselves and share your account info with other companies under their pyramid without you authorizing them to do so. This has in fact happened to me by a couple of guys out there, and that really was a nightmare to get out of.

    I have not been scammed by Anthony Morrison to my knowledge, unless you know something I don’t. I received calls from his learning center after I purchased his book, but I refused it and have not heard anymore about it. Again, I haven’t gained much, but I haven’t paid much either. As the old saying goes “You have to spend money to make money” is very true. I could advertise on social networks and do his system step by step, and I bet I could make even more money than I would if I started one of those other guys systems that want your credit info upfront. Good luck on whatever you decide. I would like to recommend one honest guys name, Clark Howard, and he will give you the honest low down on any of the home based businesses or get rich quick schemes out there. Before you give out your financial info online, check it out with Mr. Howard.

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    Stephanie says:

    February 5th, 2011 at 11:03 am

    I don’t usually post to these kinds of forums, but I just wanted to put my two cents worth in…I ordered Anthony’s book on a whim back in November 2010. I had heard of people doing affiliate marketing before but, usually, they have a very legitimate business and only promote those products they actually use themselves (again, usually business related products). Anyhow, he intrigued me enough that I went ahead and ordered the books…and had to endure all of the attempted up-sales. Normally, I don’t do that sort of thing impulsively and usually do my research first but, unfortunately, I didn’t do that this time. The only other thing I did sign up for was the Master Edu trial for 30 days. It’s my bad that I didn’t cancel it in time to not be charged because of a bunch of family issues that took precedence. Now 3/4 months later I’d like to cancel it since I’m not even using it and am finding out that it’s nearly impossible to do so. It’s the weekend and they’re not open on weekends so I sent an email and left a message. I’ll try again on Monday and, if all else fails, will call my bank to find out what actions I need to take.

    Ok, backing up a bit. I was going through the papers that came with my order and it states that the Mastery Edu will cost $29.99/month. However, they’ve been deducting my $39.99 from my account every month. I had one phone call from someone who was trying to get me to talk to him (at 9:30pm Est mind you)and I’m really glad that I put him off and was even short with him because I believe that he was trying to get me to do that stupid video crap as discussed in another post (he was mentioning stuff about coaching and the video testimonials for the infomercial). I haven’t heard from him since even though I told him that the next evening would be a better time for me (caller id is a lovely thing ;) ), that he caught me a bit off guard and I was right in the middle of something. So that’s where I am now…

    I did however read one of the books which really started making me doubt my decision. I am very big into Social Media and truly believe that anyone who owns their own business should embrace it. BUT I feel VERY strongly that it should be used authentically and not just to push your service or product. The one thing that really sticks in my mind is how he suggests you use Twitter. He says that you should open up several (and, I mean a LOT) of Twitter accounts and use these to flood the Twitter stream with ads. He also strongly suggests that you make up names and post pics of women because people tend to follow (or friend if it’s FB) women more often than men. Basically, it came across as “sex sells, so use it”. This TOTALLY goes against everything I believe in and, from what I’ve read and experienced, people are NOT going to follow you if you’re not authentic or just shoving ads down their throats. Maybe it could work when Twitter first came out because people were still learning how to use it, but definitely not now.

    Here’s a quote from the book:”…replace that image of you in your mind with one of an attractive woman. You may even be a handsome guy, but the fact is, women, or the perception that the seller is a woman, make selling on the Web easier and more profitable.”

    As I said before, these sneaky tactics may have worked in the past but, today, it’s a sure way to get blackballed. As others have said when mentioning how they were told to advertise through FB and MySpace. Anyhow, I don’t know what possessed me to jump on this with out doing any research first but I’ll chalk it up to a lesson learned and will try to rectify it as soon as I can. A lot of people do have very successful online careers but they do it in an authentic way and are true business owners, working very hard to cash in on their very own and unique passions, skills, knowledge and other strengths. So, my suggestion would be to drop this whole idea of making cash in such an, IMHO, sneaky and underhanded way and look inside of yourself to see if running a true…authentic…online business is for you and then, JUST DO IT!!!! (I’m preaching to myself here…I knew all this before, but had a moment of weakness, I suppose…LOL)

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    Hound Dog says:

    February 5th, 2011 at 2:34 am

    Scam…..Scam…..Scam…. These guys will clean out your bank account

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    Mary says:

    February 2nd, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    I ordered the book in June $19.95 and refused all other offers on the phone. Yet I am charged 29.95 every month. They say they will cancel yet, they did not. So shameful to lie and misuse their information. Impossible to get someone on the phone or leave a message. Please do not buy or answer any ad from this individual’s sham and his so called company. His profits come from dishonest practices.

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    Dave says:

    February 1st, 2011 at 9:20 am

    “Christopher,” if you are going to shill for someone’s scam program, at least try to sound convincing. I could smell the BS in your “review” through my computer screen. I would hope someone would delete your useless comment, but at least it’s good for a laugh.

  • Richard says:

    January 30th, 2011 at 6:49 am

    I saw his late show few times for several months. Well tonight, I was going to order it, but no live person answered the phone. Only his answering machine. Sure don’t sound right. So I google it and found this website about people complaining and he is a rip off guy. Thank you all for making me think twice. I’m not going to buy his junk. He will go to jail sooner or later for lying and stealing people’s money. What an ass he is for making himself a fool once he goes to jail someday. And guess what, he will end up being poor again. The IRS will take everything he got and the judge will put him in jail for fraud. He will be on the TV news and his face will be on front page worldwide. All the victims will write letters to him in jail and say you deserve to sit in jail for long, long time. That is People Robbery like a bank robbery. Do not buy anything from him. He has a bad name. So everybody call the newspaper dept and tell them that he must be off the TV now. America must be heard.

  • Georgia says:

    January 26th, 2011 at 4:31 am

    Thank you all so much. I have been searching for a work from home opportunity, when I saw Anthony Morrison on late night tv. I was about to order the books etc. and decided to do some research first. Sorry to all who have been taken in by such horrific misrepresentation. But know that sharing your stories has helped so many others.

  • Mauvis D, Marshall says:

    January 18th, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    I just went to my bank and found the 39.95 01/17/11 has been taken out of my account. I only authorized 19.95 and that has been taken, but I do not know what this aphlearn is about. I have tried to call the number given and only get a recording. I have also enrolled in school upon the suggestion of a person from Anthony’s program and have not been able to talk with anyone from the program since. I am very upset and confused. There has to be another way without hurting so many people.

  • theodore rhoades says:

    January 4th, 2011 at 10:33 am

    “Affiliate marketing is a simple concept to explain but a difficult business to master. Essentially, it’s a method of sales that allows vendors to recruit outside parties called affiliates to help promote their products”

    Its actually not affiliate marketing, its NETWORK MARKETING! Affiliate marketing your selling other peoples stuff, where in NM you are recruiting people to join your opportunity. No network marketing is not a scheme, just do your research. Its all about building RELATIONSHIPS!

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    Judy Lindsey says:

    December 23rd, 2010 at 11:02 pm

    After buying his I got a call from Professional Marketing International. They said they were calling because I bought Anthony’s book.the first man from Professional Marketing International called & told me I was chosen for this & that if I qualify they would let me buy in the business at a lower price & in turn I would be giving my testimonial video for the company. I talked to him for 45 minutes. He said I will need to write down why I would be right for this company & then I would talk to someone else if I qualify. I gave him 5 things that I want to accomplish. I was called by Jason McDonald @ 8:10 talked to him for 89 minutes about PMI. I gave him 5 reasons why I would be right for the job, Affiliate Marketing. I also told him I did not know anything about marketing. He said I would have a trainer to help me, give me assignments, & that I can call when I have a question. He said that I would be in business for myself but not by myself. I would have help all along the way with my coach that I could call or email anytime. He told me I could call him anytime. He said I would not lose money. He told me that I could charge this on my credit card & I would make enough money by the time the 1st payment was due that I could make the payment. (No specific amount & I did not know how much a payment would be on $10,550.)

    My credit card was charged within hours on 4/6/10. On 4/7/10, I received an 18 minute call from client services and a 3 minute call from PMI. I had not even received the contract to read until they emailed me the next day 4/7/10 and told me where to read and sign it. And that I could not continue with the program until I agreed to this via Internet. A statement in the contract says “Our trainers are experienced educational specialist” 4/13/10 I received the 1st call from my coach Colby Campbell it lasted 2 minutes. On 5/4/10 Colby wanted me to find 1 product to promote & write 2 text adds for it & find 2 pictures to go with that add (he said any pictures except celebrity or something famous)(Is this ok what about copy right stuff?)I make 20 ads & run them on Facebook. He didn’t email me the URL I needed to get this started until 5/7/10. I got tired of waiting on him so I had already called the help number line and got it from someone else.

    5/11/10 next meeting with Colby he told me my adds only need to have 10,000 impressions & if the CTR is not 0.08 it will not make any money, to stop the add & make another. This is information he should have told me the week before because I had spent over $100.00 on Facebook for my ads. I wasted time & money not having all the information I needed to start this. He told me I could use any pictures from the Internet except something or someone famous. I found out that’s not right and if it is copyrighted (which most things are) I can get in a lot of trouble. My 2nd coach wondered why I was not any farther along with the program than I was. My 3rd coach sent me to call My SocialBiz to find out how to load video to my landing pages. They said my coach would show me that. MyEbiz made a video for me as part of the program and loaded it on MySpace. I received a note from MySpace saying “Audio or video content has been blocked from attempted upload & removed from your profile because the content was recognized by MySpace’s Copyright Filter, they received a notice of alleged infringement from the copyright owner, or your use of the content otherwise violated MySpace’s Terms and Conditions. Your upload privileges have been suspended.” I called my coach and she said “yes they do that” that I would have to go into MySpace and fix the problem and if I can’t get it fixed register under another one of my names and start over. I fixed it but why are they making videos that are using copyright material in it. Isn’t that against the law? Phone (Quality Assurance @ PMI) also said that when Social Media Blitz people make videos, if it doesn’t get accepted then I can go back in & register under another name for a new account then start over. This does not sound like what the contract said “Our trainers are experienced educational specialist”

    By 8/3/10 I have my 3rd coach Casey Stengel. I have made $10.45 total from all my ads. I have made monthly payments in the amounts of $307 to $287 since 6/1/10. I call to get help & can’t get anyone to answer and rarely return my calls. Jason McDonald convinced me that with some work I could do this and not lose money and make enough to make my payments as I went. I was deceived from the very first guy when he said I was getting a special price if I agree to do a video testimony for them. I have been working on this & I still am. I did everything my coaches said to do & still can’t make any money. Don’t make the same mistake I did!!!!

  • Laura Seifred says:

    December 19th, 2010 at 9:48 am

    Just to let everyone out there know that if anyone has given a credit or debit card and was charged more money than was agreed to, you can go to your bank or credit union and fill out paperwork to do a charge back or a dispute of a fee charged to you. Most debit cards are Visa or MasterCard, and you have consumer rights when using these. If you aren’t getting any response from the company who overcharged you, see if your bank/credit union can help.

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    Jamie says:

    December 18th, 2010 at 4:32 am

    Would anyone be interested in joining in a class action lawsuit against Anthony’s company?

    It would be on the grounds of false advertising by charging $29 maintiance fees that he said didn’t exist and canceling the website if you decide not to pay the fee, since he says repeatedly “I give you a free website to use, it costs you nothing, and it’s yours to use forever.”

    Also, it’s said that you have the option to call him for free once a month and ask any questions you want. If they charge you $29 a month for “coaching fees” then they’re not really holding true on that offer.

    Let’s fight for honest advertising. If you’re interested please contact me

  • Christopher says:

    December 8th, 2010 at 12:40 am

    When you have a look at who a man’s enemies are you can tell plenty about that man’s character. This is especially true with the disruption over the Anthony Morrison scam. Anthony Morrison is an internet businessman whose online businesses has earned him millions of greenbacks. Anthony Morrison wants to show his appreciation for the great success he has had by sharing his ideas with others.

    While Anthony Morrison didn’t create the internet cash generating methodologies he uses he has been able to use the tools of the internet well. He has mastered the art of generating income from a site without actually selling any products. These money making techniques are out there for anyone to use. The issue is folk just are not aware of them. It’s like owning fishing equipment and a lake full of fish but nobody has taught you the correct way to fish. Anthony Morrison teaches folks the best way to fish for wealth on the web.

    The great thing about running an internet business is that it is an opportunity available to anyone. You do not need any credentials or higher education. The only thing you need to do is to stick to the plan that Anthony Morrison will teach you.

    One system is to have firms pay you for advertising their internet sites. This technique is known as affiliate marketing. With affiliate internet marketing major world firms will put advertising on your internet site. When visitors click the ad web traffic is driven to the company’s internet site. These corporations will pay you to push traffic to their site.

    Anthony Morrison will also teach you how to invest in internet domain names. Using this powerful technique you will build a huge inventory of valuable internet real estate in domain names. These domain names, which are your property, will become over time a profitable investment.

    With these techniques you do not want to sell any products. You don’t need to maintain an inventory. It is fascinating that when you look at those who complain about the Anthony Morrison con you realize they are promoting the same kind of web money making businesses. They just don’t do it as well as Anthony Morrison. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to obtain financial liberty. You are invited to read a free report that explains in more detail the cutting edge ways you can make money online.

  • Anthony Irons says:

    November 16th, 2010 at 12:30 am

    I bought Anthony Morrisons books thinking they were a good idea. After doing research I realized that it takes way more then he said to make it work.

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    Andre Gilliam says:

    November 10th, 2010 at 3:51 pm

    I wasn’t necessarily planning to do this business myself, I was actually thinking about maybe offering this Advertising Profits program to my website visitors, because it sounded like a legitimate offer to earn an internet income…

    I watched that late night Anthony Morrison infomercial a few times, and he really came across to me as an honest person with an honest opportunity. He sounded like a young country boy who just wanted to actually help other people, and he indicated that his program has never been seen before. Also, if I am not mistaken, the price on the infomercial was only $19.95, but now I read here on this website ( that the price is $129.00 or more! I guess the $19.95 is just for the initial book, but as with most scams, they also have more expensive backend offers to upgrade you with. It is really sad that most of these popular make money promoters (or gurus) will smile in your face, stab you in your back, and watch you bleed to death!

    It is truly amazing how some dead presidents, or almighty dollars will cause a person to seriously hurt you financially or worse. Anyway, I did my Advertising Profits due diligence by doing a ‘scam’ and/or ‘review’ google search, and that is how I came across this website…

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    Michelle says:

    November 9th, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    I’m so glad I didn’t order this system. I’ve been scammed too many times already, I don’t want to go down that road again.

  • Bucky says:

    November 5th, 2010 at 8:24 am

    I am glad I did not order this program. It sounded fishy when he said he asked around town which internet program worked and didn’t.

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    Marjorie Andrews says:

    October 28th, 2010 at 8:05 am

    The advertisement on TV did not say $236.85 was going to be taken out of my account. I did not give them permission to do that. It was said to be a trial and pay only the $9.95 s&h fee until 30 days and it has not been that. I’ve called the 866 520 7289 no# and can’t ever get a response. I am very upset at this situation and I want my $236.85 back into my account as soon as possible.

  • Daniel says:

    October 17th, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    You do not need Anthony’s book to make money from affiliate marketing. Sign up to some affiliate networks and do it yourself! You can make a wordpress blog/site and start a ppc campaign in a few hours….plus you’ll save money. Why is he so vague in the infomercial! Very suspicious. Wish he’d stop saying I make a thousand bucks..

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    Maddy says:

    October 2nd, 2010 at 8:09 am

    I am amazed at the number of people that fall for these internet based work from home programs that bring to market business ideas that are already past their time, in markets that are already saturated and at prices that guarantee that the promoter makes a profit before the consumer realizes they’ve been had. When you buy into these businesses, you are buying into what’s left of a declining market. That’s why in the beginning, those who jump in first, have some profit, and those jumping in later see nothing.

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    KRISSY says:

    August 18th, 2010 at 11:38 am

    Anthony’s books are very encouraging, and through the HOURS spent online in concordance with Anthony’s suggestions, I did find a way to make money. However, the $29.95/mo for the affiliate website IS a scam, as all of the products on the website are SCAMS. I made absolutely no money through his website.

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    Christie Adams says:

    August 17th, 2010 at 11:09 am

    I no longer have a website with Anthony Morrison’s program. I ordered his program and received a free website, etc… I followed his tutorial in his “first” emails. I placed ads. on facebook and My Space only to find out that these websites would not allow my ads. because the website that was given to me was too vague. I did keep on whining and complaining and finally got most of my money back. They wanted way too much for coaching, etc…

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    michael smith says:

    August 10th, 2010 at 3:59 am

    i guess I just learned today about something that’s available for the last 8 years underneath different names


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