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The first thing that attracted my suspicion is the fact that this scheme is available through ClickSure and since the money-back guarantee of theirs is conditional, TPP's "100% money-back guarantee" and "60 day risk free" is at least technically contradicted. Actually, if you try to leave the page enough times, you can get it for free, but you will still have to pay for domain registration and hosting, which - of course - are not included in the money-back guarantee.

For sure there are no credible (user) reviews to be found, except possibly this one however, while it does explain to you what this program does for you (and the money you paid) it has to be considered that it is a promotional review. The comments that stand out for me are "How much you make via the website that is then made by the software is not something that this review can tell you as it varies depending upon what you are promoting, ..." and "The software also comes with a money back guarantee, so if you are not happy with it, then you will get a complete refund as long as it is within the time limit and there will be no questions asked." As to the former, that is certainly a fact and as to the latter I would disagree, as I have mentioned before. The no questions asked guarantee is certainly contradictory to the ClickSure money-back guarantee conditions!

In my reviews, I also consider the way a program is presented, especially if it is misleading/deceptive in any way.

Before watching the video, you see the heading which says the video "will reveal how to make $ 9,869.87 by Jan 1st 2013". I guess somebody forgot to update that as today is Jan. 2nd. But more importantly, it does not really jive with the disclaimer "There is no guarantee you will duplicate the results stated here".

The video starts off the usual way by showing income statements which are "Verified" although you don't know by whom. Amounts shown, like "$ 91,080 in 30 days" have to be seen in the light of "Any claims made or examples given are believed to be accurate, however, should not be relied on in any way in making a decision whether or not to purchase". If that is the case, then why bother showing them?

Twin Peaks Profits was developed by Tim Atkinson and Zak Meftah and the guy in the video presents himself as Ryan Dennis, working for (as CEO?) Twin Peak Profits in St. Paul, Minnesota which has been since inception been employed and contracted by international brands with annual revenues of $ 500 million to $ 10 billion. Let's consider that none of the these clients are named or identified and in my view, as a banker, the span of revenues mentioned is very suspect. So, let's assume that Ryan is an actor as mentioned in the disclaimer. That doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with that. For me it is important to know who I am actually dealing with and I would much rather see Tim and/or Zak. For whatever it may be worth, you would have to go and look at sites like ripoffreport to get an impression (or not) about Tim and Zak's reputations with their other programs they have brought out. But be sure not take that as a yardstick!

Ryan then goes out in a company limousine and picks up some strangers who need a ride and while they are taken from point a to point b somewhere in New York City, they show them how the program works and they start making money while they get a ride. After 15 minutes the first person has made more than $ 200. Usually registering the domain name and hosting plan takes a bit of time. Now, I can't help but feel that this is staged, but I may be wrong. Also remember the disclaimer says "...examples are believed to be accurate...". It doesn't say that examples are 100% accurate and can be verified upon request!

I am not claiming that this scheme is a Scam and as stated in the review mentioned before, the system supposedly does deliver. If that is the case, then surely you can make money, but I would doubt it would be anything close to what you're being led to believe. While the video is not necessarily (maliciously) deceptive, it is in my opinion certainly misleading.

But then again, you can try it out and if you're not lucky enough to get it for free, you can always try out the money-back guarantee (which I wouldn't bet on) and you only get stuck with the costs of a website. Remember the disclaimer "There is no guarantee you will duplicate the results stated here. You recognize any business endeavour has inherent risk for loss of capital". And don't forget that you would have to agree to the Terms & Conditions not only of TPP, but more importantly of ClickSure! I always have to ask myself that if the system is so great and you're being led to believe that anyone can do it, then where is the risk of loss of capital?

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