Commission Autopilot Review – more “autopilot” nonsense

Commission Autopilot Scam

Name: Commission AutopilotCommission Autopilot Scam
Website: Commissionautopilot.com
Price: $49.99 per month
Owners: Paul Ponna
Overall Rank: 0/10

Pros vs. Cons

Pros:

-The product is easy to use.

-They offer a 60 day money back guarantee.

Cons:

-Confusing billing.

-Lots of up-sells.

-The software plagiarizes other people’s content.

-Does not offer any type of free trial.

-Product doesn’t really work and is not really good for anything.

 

Who is Commission Autopilot for?

Anyone that would like to make money online. The actual process of this program is pretty simple.

 

Commission Autopilot Tools and Training

They mostly use videos to train you how to use the software. The videos seem to be very poorly produced, unlike the introductory video. However, most people will not need the training, because as I said, the software is very simplistic.

Commission Autopilot Support

There is a forum that you can ask questions in. I am not sure how the response time is though.

Commission Autopilot Price

The price is $47 per month, but there are a lot of up-sells that you have to deal with. The first thing they try to sell you on is called the automatic X software, which I am not exactly sure what it is supposed to do. It is a VERY EXPENSIVE up-sell at $197. The second up-sell is…well, just like the last upsell I didn’t investigate it to much and I am not sure exactly what it is or what it is supposed to do, but it charges you $4.97 the first 3 days and than $49.95 thereafter EVERY MONTH.

 

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Commission Autopilot, where you pay just to plagiarize other people’s content.

Plagiarizing has always been a big problem on the internet; I am talking about people that steal other people’s content and than publish it as their own. Sometimes it is a straight copy and paste job, and other times people put a little bit of effort into it (those who are smart and have a good idea on how google works) and just simply reword other people’s content.

So here we have a program that pretty much openly plagiarizes content. Isn’t that nice? And not only that, but you have to pay to plagiarize other people’s content.

What is commission autopilot? Commission autopilot is a “make-money” program created by Paul Ponna. The program claims to know the secret that all internet “gurus” are using to rip us off and make money, while we get nothing in return. So Mr.Ponna is trying to do a service to the online community, by helping a bunch if random people make lots of money. Sounds believable, right?

Commission Autopilot Scam

The introductory video on the website is actually very well produced, even if the information that it contains is not so good. In the video, the owner (Paul Ponna) goes on and on about internet gurus and how they are ripping people off. But, of course, he knows their secret, and is willing to use it to help other people on the internet trying to make money.

One thing is for sure is that he likes to talk about himself a lot, and how he is a big time internet marketer and so on and so forth.

How does commission autopilot work?: First, you enter a keyword into their software. After that, the software brings up a bunch of articles from the internet that has to do with that particular keyword. You than select one of the articles, and export in a PDF file.

After that, you use another part of their software to spam multiple websites with your newly created “content.” (eventually you will get banned from the websites for doing this). And that is it. That is how the program works; steal other people’s content, and than spam it across the internet. Sound like fun, eh?

Does it have any Redeemable Qualities? No, not really. The introductory video is well produced, as I said, and that is about it.

Is it possible to make money with this program? I highly doubt it. This business model does not really work at all, especially with today’s search engine algorithm. You may be able to make SOME money here and there, but definitely not enough to live of.

The last thing I have to say about this program is, if this program works like he says it does, than why is he sharing it with everyone? Why not just keep it to himself? If he has some kind of internet ATM machine at his disposal, than why would he have to charge people to use the program???

Summary

I DO NOT recommend commission autopilot as a way to make money online. If you really want to try it, than I can’t wish you any luck, since you are going to be doing nothing other than copying other people’s stuff, and using it as your own.

A very bad business model combined with a bunch of red flags makes this a SCAM.

Name: Commission Autopilot
Website: Commissionautopilot.com
Price: $49.99 per month
Owners: Paul Ponna
Overall Rank: 0/10

VERDICT: SCAM!!!

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58 Comments

  1. I am so glad I landed on your site. I have been researching Commission Autopilot and was considering joining but like your review most of what I have read has not been promising. The upsells are a real turn off for me and the few articles I did find promoting it did not mention upsells. Thanks so much for opening my eyes to this.

    • No problem Brenda, glad I could help. =) Commission autopilot is definitely not something you want to get involved with.

  2. Great article on Commission Autopilot Review. I’ve read other reviews about promoting this product trying to get people to join. You state some good information on why people should avoid it. I would go a bit more in depth on some of the topics. Why are they so bad? List some more con’s.

    • Hi John,

      Thank you for your comment. I thought that I did a good job of exposing the scam, but perhaps I will go over it again and see if there is anything I can add.

  3. OMG, this product can’t actually exist? How is this scam still around??? I’m glad I found out about Commission Autopilot… I obviously need to stay away, but also keep an eye for my content to make sure it’s not being duplicated. How can people actually consider joining this community when they’re aware it’s dishonest work? I mean, the instructions clearly state you are stealing someone’s working and taking credit for it as your own. Not cool.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Diana

    • I don’t think that the instructions CLEARLY state it, but it becomes obvious once you start doing it. The program doesn’t work at all, so those who choose to steal will eventually pay for it with their time and their money.

  4. Anything that has ‘autopilot’ in the title, does not seem legitimate.

    Making money online requires a lot of training and hard work. Nothing on autopilot is going to get you very far! You will need a system that has all of the tools and training, as well as support along the way.

    I agree with your review about this product. There are better things out there!

    • I completely agree, anything with autopilot or autoprofit in it or auto anything for that matter is almost always a scam. Thanks for reading and commenting. =)

  5. Hello Jeff,
    I am guilty of actually buying into such a program as this before. I was wanting to find a way to make some money and it was such a great sale they got me. I even went for all of the up sales thinking I needed to in order to be successful.
    The only thing that is on auto-pilot is the way the collect your money, that is the trick you are what they are on auto-pilot getting.
    Great review, you will save people from making my mistake.
    thanks,
    San

    • Sorry to hear that you feel for a scam before. Indeed, auto-pilot pr auto-profit or auto-anything is always a bunch of BS. I hope you are doing better now. =) Take care.

  6. Hi Jeff – Anther scam exposed by the diligent people of the Wealthy Affiliate community.
    As you describe Commission Autopilot it has a properties of a scam and the more of these that are exposed the better.
    The thing I like about Wealthy Affiliate is they don’t tell you that you’ll make thousands of dollars – they tell you how to build a website and promote products.
    Thanks for the post
    Mark

  7. Thanks for the post Jeff,
    I can tell you any time I see a 0 out of 10, I can tell it is not going to be very promising for the consumer.
    Thank you for taking the time and checking out this fraud for the rest of us. its people like you that make this internet a better place. I saw you recommendation. What gets you so excited about it?
    Thanks again
    Chris

    • I get excited about wealthy affiliate because it is just a solid opportunity to make money online. They don’t make any promises of riches or anything like that, but they provide a great training environment along with a very supportive community. They also have many features such as classrooms and weekly webinars along with some other cool stuff was well.

      And thanks for the compliment, by the way, take care. =)

  8. Hi Jeff Berard,

    Ha ha, another scamming product on the market. I am glad you reviewed this product and i’m sure it will help prevent people from wasting their money on Commission Autopilot.

    I like how your content uses headings and defines them quickly. Sometimes I can’t be bothered reading a whole lot of information… the key points are what are important to me.

    Sincerely,

    Benjamin Paul Ward

  9. Looks like a very nonsense program, once again – as there are far too many of these and simply don’t help anyone who is looking to make good money online.

    It’s very tiring seeing so many companies trying to scam people and cheat money out of others. It’s very greedy and unfair.

    Articles like yours help people decide on what they should go for and this helped me learn more. Good job.

    • There are hundreds and thousands of bad programs out on the internet. I would say the binary options scams are among the worst. Unfortunately, this will probably continue for a while yet. In fact, I have only ran into two or three programs that are actually legit.

      Thanks for the comment. =)

  10. I have heard about them, never really got into it though. But that’s sad, plagerism really is a problem and this is just promoting it…

    They should just teach being original and keep their mothods and they might be a better company..

    Thanks for the review, i will be stayin away!

    Matt TheDopestMatrix

  11. Hello Jeff,

    I bought into this into this scheme once a while ago, I am amazed that Paul has been able to keep it going because it is a major scam.
    The farther in you go the bigger the upsells get and the more money they want to get you started, it is just one upsell after another without ever giving you anything.
    I reported him and the business to the authorities and they told me they could do nothing because I did not go all the way through the program to see if what he was saying was true, you can never get that far and if you do you have given away a fortune to do it.
    Any way, I am glad that you have written this review because someone needs to inform others of what this man does to people.

    Thanks for your great review, I will be posting it on Facebook for others to see.

    San

    • Hey,

      Sorry that you wasted money on this scam. Probably the reason why the authorities can’t do anything is because the program does what it says it is going to do. The authorities don’t care how search engine algorthym work. Unfortunatly, they have been able to toe the legal line for years, and it is probably still going to exist until it stops making money. =(

      Thank you for the comment, and take care! =)

  12. Great review Jeff,
    Anything with the name Autopilot is something we need to be cautious of, I have been tricked by 3 programs with that name and glad I come across this review of yours! I have to say, I wasn’t that surprised to know that Commission Autopilot is a scam but glad I finally found a review to confirm my suspicions!

    • Hey Riaz,

      Sorry to hear that you have been scammed before. I hope everything is okay for you now, and that you found something that is better.

      Take care,

      Jeff.

  13. Dear Jeff Berard,

    Wow, great creative Website name and Title. 🙂
    I never heard of Commission Autopilot.
    I thought by name alone it had something to do with airplanes and such. Lol.

    But, yes plagiarizing is a big No No! in my book. I hate copying other people’s content as though it was mine, its stealing, I like to be original and share my own personal perspectives on things, not someone else’s. Plus, Google has become smart in detecting duplicate Content nowadays and well you can get penalized as a result for copyright infringement too.

    I hope many more people read this Review and realize that plagiarizing is not fun and games to make money online!

    Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

    ~Angel

  14. Good thing I came across your site. I am fascinated with making money online but not a fan of getting scammed out of my money..

    I been looking into this company & it honestly looked legit at first because I was aware the product was easy to use.

    However, if a company cant even offer a free trial then its likely in my eyes a scam.

    Thanks for writing this review.

  15. Hi Jeff,
    The title of this program, Commission Autopilot, already sets the alarm bells ringing. I don’t believe there is much that works on autopilot and certainly not an online business set up this way. I find the price of the program very expensive, as far as I can see all you get is some software for plagiarizing other peoples content and some more software for spamming sites. There is absolutely nothing of value here. Then we come to the upsells that are very expensive and perhaps not very clear in what you will be charged.
    To create an online business, you need original content and there are training programs that will teach you how to build a legitimate business for less than this program. Thanks for highlighting this scam.
    Peter

    • No problem Peter. Thanks for the comment!

      As I have said before, “auto” doesn’t really work in the realm of making money online. Whether its autopilot or auto-profit or whatever they come up with, it is all the same.

  16. Thanks for the review. I image this sounds grerat to a lot of people who want or need to make money fast online. They probably should just get a job, or look somewhere else, because no legit business can be made stealing, duh, lol.

    I remember when I first started out, everyone taught me how to spam blogs and websites, even Facebook accounts with the intentions of making money off the person. People like this do not care about helping people, they just want your money.

    I have started a business with your recomendation, and the program is the best to start a real home based business. Keep up the good work.

    Thanks,

    Travis

  17. Ah no, I was excited about this, happy I googled to see if it was scam or not.

    I hate it when you are paying and then getting hidden upsells when you are trying to make money.. not to burn it!!

    Is there any good products you could recommend for making money? I’ve also used screw 9 to 5 and that screwed me over! No support whatsoever

    really need some help so please let me know

    best
    olie

    • Hello Olie,

      Sorry to hear that you have been tricked into investing in low quality programs.

      My recommendation for making money online is Wealthy Affiliate, and you can read why by reading my review linked at the bottom of this page (or click this link: http://hireyourself.org/a-real-way-to-make-money-online-my-1-recommendation.

      At Wealthy Affiliate, they do not guarantee easy or fast money, and it does take some time and some hard work to be successful, but they give you all the tools you need to be successful at it. Follow the training and you should have your own business going in no time. When you start making money is entirely up to how much you put into it.

      Take care,

      Jeff

  18. Wow, just wow, I can’t believe the owner of Commission Autopilot Review is actually telling people to plagiarize content for their own financial gain. Not only that, he’s charging people for that knowledge! How scammy can you get??? Good job recommending Wealthy Affiliate, that’s a great, honest program with tons of money-making potential. Thanks for reviewing this CAR program so I don’t have to look into it!

  19. I agree with your final verdict and in my opinion Commission Autopilot is a waste of time and effort. Let’s take a look at this piece of software and think well of what it can offer us. Copying someone else’s content and using it for building your business is not a good idea at all. It’s not going to help you get ranked high in search engines which means you will never get any good traffic from search engines. And they even will penalize you for such actions which will lead to a total ban from search engines. Upsells and false promises add another “value” to this “amazing” product and make it useless.

    • Indeed. You definitely do not want to spend your time or money on a program like this. It just a waste of time as you said, and for all the time and effort you spend on it, you will probably be going backwards at the end of the day.

  20. Hey Jeff,
    I came to learn that anything with the word ‘autopilot’ is a sign of a scam and true enough, it is! Awesome review man, the upsells are what turn me off and I especially hate the hidden upsells, those things cause people to fork out more money than they initially thought. Mean tricks these scammers are playing, so glad to know you’re one of of good guys helping us little people out 😀
    Cheers!

  21. Brilliant review, thanks for sharing. I feel so sorry for anyone that falls for this because anyone that does fall for it obviously knows nothing about working online.
    Taking other people’s content , duplicating it and spamming it all over? Geez that is low.. and just plain stupid!
    I feel terrible for anyone that falls for this rubbish, thanks for sharing it and for exposing this.

  22. Thanks for the heads-up review on commission pilot. Doesn’t seem like a good way to make money to many cons and only 2 pros. And they plagiarized other peoples content and have no creativity. How is this software made by anyway? As a creator of content this worries me something like this is out there.

    • I am not sure who exactly made it, but as a content creator you shouldn’t be to worried about it. Google and other search engines are pretty good at picking up plagiarized content these days. There is really no benefit at all to copying other people’s stuff, and that more than anything else, makes this a scam.

  23. I’m so glad I got to read your review on Commission Autopilot.

    It sounds just like a massive money making scam, and when you complain to them that you aren’t making any money or you’ve landed yourself in massive trouble, they will just say “well you really needed to buy this… or that….”

    I just don’t know how people can con others but obviously plenty do on the internet.

    Great review and I’ll be returning to read more.

    Sammi

  24. Hey this is a really interesting website you have here with a lot of good information. Also, it loos very professional too.

    I’m really glad I came across this review of commission autopilot review. There are so many scams out there and I’m glad you identified this as one of them. I like to think anything that has upsells is a scam because it involves bothering friends and family. I always out them ahead of money, so it wouldn’t work for me.

    Thanks for the review, I really appreciate it.

  25. Thanks for the review. 🙂

    I don’t think anyone likes seeing spam on social media or having to deal with upsells and annoying marketing hype. Any site that claims to have the “big secret” is usually full of itself.

    Are you sure the content is plagiarized and not just a bunch of public domain content?

  26. Just another internet business scam. A get rich quick scheme. Thank you for exposing it. There is no such thing as an autopilot for online business. It requires constant attention and updating. You’re doing the world a huge favor exposing frauds like this. And you’re doing it in a very professional way. Keep up the good work.

  27. Anything with “autopilot” in the title already sounds deceptive. If you’ve been around work-from-home business opportunities at all, you should know there is no free ride. And if you’ve bought tickets for those “free” rides, you probably don’t have anything to show for it.

    It takes hard work and persistence to make a living online and live the dotcom lifestyle. Try not to get caught up in the hype of a quick buck.

    Slow bucks are the best. Do it right and build yourself a foundation and those slow bucks can start to snowball into faster bucks.

    Thanks for the expose on this program.

  28. It seems like this program is not worth the money and has not lot of contents to explore in free. And honestly I don’t like software stuff in any of these programs where we have to use it by paying an extra income. And it is quite a different idea that an owner has to offer to members as to making money selling software stuff. Thanks for your post.

  29. It never ceases to amaze me the lengths people will go to rip other people off. When reading the review, I kept telling myself, this can’t be true, it’s so unethical and then I remembered this is the internet, ethics goes out of the window for many. You learn nothing from this product other than using a rubbish software to steal someone else’s content.and use it as if it’s your own.
    It’s just another product that gives the illusion of quick money fast when in fact its just a glorified copy and paste piece of software.
    Thanks for the review.

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