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Product Name: Home Job Institute
Product Owner: “Mary Johnson”
Advertised Price: $97
Discount Price: $47
What Is It?
This is another word for word copy of the popular link posting scams that I review from time to time. They say you can get paid to post links, but that’s far from the truth.
This is a low quality “make money online” product that’s been rebranded under several different names for many years now.
You can see quite a long list of other link posting scams that are almost identical to this one. I purchased a few of them, but soon realized that what was inside all of these is the same junk.
We are told that people make $87/hour posting links for big companies. This is far from the truth as you’ll find out below.
There are also many deceptive marketing tactics to trick you into signing up and getting you sign up for more things later on down the road.
Home Job Institute Scam Breakdown
There are a few tactics used to catch your attention. One, is that they tell you this is easy, and that other people have already tried it with success. They also give exact numbers of what you can make, but these numbers are totally made up and vary from website to website. On the surface, it sounds more legitimate to see these numbers, and many people don’t question it.
We are also told that there are limited positions available, and that they are exclusive to our area. But if you and I received the exact same message, several months apart…well, that proves that they are lying right there!
The website also asks for a phone number + email to check if we quality. However, this is used so they can call us and send us emails and promote other products to us in the future.
Posting Links Doesn’t Pay
Posting links is extremely simple – just copy and paste. Now, in normal life do simple jobs pay a lot or pay a little? Exactly. Except now we are on a world market.
Why would companies pay YOU $87/hour to post links on the web when they could hire someone from India or The Philippines for $3/hour? Or better yet, create some software and pay it nothing?
The truth is that there are some link posting jobs out there. But considering that you only get paid per link that you retain, there are often 30-60 day delays in payouts, minimum payouts, and lots of competition, this type of work is very boring, difficult to find, and does not pay well. It's not worth your time when you could be doing something much more productive online like learning how to build your own internet business.
Actors, Not Testimonials
Mary Johnson is a fake name and this is not a real person. In fact, the same name was used for the product Online Riches University, and a similar name, Mary Stevenson, was used in another product. I read one review from a person that says they were called by Mary Lopez to sell this product.
Also, that news report is fake too. Watch it one more time and you will notice that everything the news anchor says is very general and could be applied to ANY “work from home” product.
Payments Don’t Stop Here
I’ll let you in on a secret: The main business that Home Job Institute is running is not selling this online product! This is just a “trip wire”. That’s marketing speak for getting someone to pay a small fee, so that you can sell them more expensive stuff.
If I get you to buy a security sticker for your window for $1, it means you are interested in security for your home. Then, there’s a good chance I can sell you a security system for $200 and $50/month. Once in a while a person will get all the upgrades and pay much more.
When the guys from Home Job Institute call, they are looking to sell you more stuff (not mentor you). This usually comes in the form of traffic packages, personal coaching, pre-built websites, and other opportunities. Fees can range from $100’s to $10,000’s depending on how much credit they discover you have.