This is a website currently designed to promote two different products: WAH Institute and Paid Surveys and More. The products and name of the site owner changes from time to time. I suspect that the owner of the website is a “made up” personality. Despite being called an “authority” there is very little information to be found on the website.
Here are all my reviews, including scam reviews, software reviews, MLM reviews, app reviews, and more. It's stuff I genuinely use for my website (or attempted to try), products and services I just have opinions on.
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For my #1 recommended training course, I recommend Wealthy Affiliate. With more than a decade of success stories under their belt and a thriving community, it's clear why every other training program out there just cannot compare.
Those scammy $9 PDF guide with upsells to $10,000 coaching calls sound ridiculous when you can pay $1 per day to be part of a dynamic training program with a supportive and enthusiastic community of online entrepreneurs.
Is just another example that making money online taking surveys is next to impossible. It takes so long to jump through hoops that you are making pennies per hour. You spend a lot of time giving your personal information to companies so they can call you and sell you more stuff.
Work at Home Institute is a clone site of a famous work at home program that goes by many names. I do not know if I can call it a scam, but there are a lot of lies you need to understand before you get involved with their program. They tell you that it’s easy to get paid to post links, then the training tells you something else. I’ll give you two guesses as to whether or not I recommend it. Hint: No!
Site Build It (SBI) Is a pretty decent training course and website builder to teach you how to make money online. But there are some flaws you need to know about. This is a comprehensive review of their training, system, and website builder.
IncomeShops has a great looking websites, and a nice sounding proposal. But are their affiliate websites as powerful as they claim? I bought a site and tried it. See what’s inside the training area and what you get for your money!
There have been two companies in the last month that have called my trying to sell “opportunities” AKA various ways to make money on the internet. BOTH of them, when asked what the name of their company was refused to tell me! Instead, they first directed me to the Online Business Bureau.
The OBB tries to distinguish itself from the BBB but they actually operate very similarly, except that it looks like the OBB is on a much tighter budget. Put the pieces of the puzzle together with this post, and see if the OBB is a legit rating system.
So is Project Payday legit? At this point, I don’t really care. I’m bored, and want to move on. But I want to salvage my time and get some kind of review up, so here’s what happened.
Cash Machines 2 is a useless. I realize it’s a nice idea that there is an easy way to make money, or there is a system out there that is going to hold your hand and show you the steps on how to make money. Please stop dreaming. If you want to hold onto that hope a bit longer, go right ahead. Close down this page, and keep searching. There will be plenty of people that will tell you it exists, but they won’t show you how until you pay them $47.
This is a PDF guide that focuses on how to build an email list, how to market to it, and how to collect email addresses via eBay and Amazon, as well as a few tips on how to sell on these websites.
Bring The Fresh is a well known product. Surprisingly, I haven’t seen a lot of comment spam advertising it, but I have seen a lot of advertisements on internet marketing blogs advertising it. The introduction and site layout is pleasant, not too hyped, and short. There’s a forum, videos, and a PDF. Most of it is good, but I have some opinions on some of the training.