Table of Contents
- What is It?
- Short Review:
- Before You Buy:
- What I Didn't Like About “At Home Income”
- Final Review:
Name: At Home Income Package
Product Owner: “Ethan Anderson”
What is It?
At Home Income Package is another product that claims to teach you how to make real money online. However, as you'll find out soon enough, it's just another copycat product claiming to show you how to post links for money.
This product is supposed to show people how to make hundreds of dollars a day by completing simple tasks like data entry and link building. You're supposed to be able to make cash without any technical skills. It's supposed for everyone. But as it turns out, Home Income Package is another scam that won't benefit anyone who purchases it.
Before You Buy:
Remember that when a program make outrageous earning claims, there's a good chance it's a scam. Be careful. You should also know that this program claims to teach how to make money by completing simple tasks, but in reality, it forces you to promote the product. “The gold is waiting right behind the next up-sell”, they'll tell you.
On top of that, the endorsement logos on the website are not real. You can search in Google to try to find articles form these companies. There are none!
I really don't know how the owners of this product can create fake endorsements. It's all revealed in the disclaimer in the footer of the webpage. Of course, the disclaimer is written in hard-to-read tiny text and with a strange color which makes it even more difficult to read. I guess, someone didn't want us to read that disclaimer…
What I Didn't Like About “At Home Income”
Ah, where to begin.
Let's start with some red-flags. I already mentioned two red-flags in the previous section. Don't worry, there's a few more!
1. The product claims you'll be working for Google.
Excuse me? Google just doesn't hire random people from random websites.
If you want to get a job at Google you'll have to go through their strict process. You won't be working for Google if you sign-up for this website. On that note, the product claims to teach people how to build links. Members are supposed to be paid to build links for Google. It's crazy how people can make up random facts. Here's a nugget of advice, if a product claims to know a secret about Google or another major online company, there's a good chance the product is a scam.
What?! Google doesn't need links.
Google actually stated in their terms and conditions that buying links is frowned upon. Google wants links to be built through an organic process. It will never hire some random stranger to recruit people to build links. In fact, nowadays it can de-rank your site if you hire people to buy links.
3. General and Outdated
It won't teach you how to build an online business. It leaves out a lot of information. It just includes generic information that can be found from a two second search on a major search engine. Next time you feel the urge to purchase a program that promises the world, do some research on the product first.
The business information that is included is outdated, which means they probably aren't updating their products either.
4. Credit Card Complaints
Besides the fact that the product is surrounded in a bunch of hype and red flags, it's payment structure is horrible. You'll have three days to test out the product (some report seeing a 5 day trial), and you will be automatically billed at the end of this period. This doesn't make sense to me.
If they want to let you see “inside”, why not give a free tour? 5 days is not enough to earn any money, so they can't expect to “prove” their legitimacy in such a short period of time.
This kind of payment structure leads to lots of complaints about false charges on credit cards. I'm not saying that all of these complaints are valid or invalid, I'm just saying that when you offer something for free but set up a charge in such a short period of time, there's going to be a lot of confusion.
5. It's another copy-cat product.
If you're a regular reader, there's a good chance that you have read our reviews of products that are almost identical to this one. The false claims, the fancy stock pictures, the fake testimonials, the fake endorsements, the fake “facts”, and the overall horrible quality within the members area.
It seems like these products are created on a daily basis. Bunch of random information slapped together and painted with a brush of hype until the final product somewhat resembles a real – useful – product. But it's quite easy to see through the lies once you've seen one or two of these products.