You might have heard the name Jennifer Becker connected to the site Earn at Home Club. Perhaps the site sounded like a really good opportunity or maybe you just wanted to know more about it. Whatever the reason, plenty of people to look for the name Jennifer Becker, trying to figure out whether she is promoting something legit, or just another scam.
As I’ll show you, the answer really is that it is a scam.
The site itself starts off with big claims about how much you can earn. In doing so, the site sounds really appealing – so appealing that people seem to check their common sense in at the door.
One problem is that the site is misleading. Aside from the $397/day claim (which is far too good to be true), there are also more subtle indicators, like this one here:
That suggests that what you do is going to get seen on all of those networks or that ads for Earn at Home Club have been seen on those networks. Neither of those claims is really accurate.
Other indicators include the claim that it is 100% risk free and comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. You’re paying money for this product, so there is always going to be some risk – claiming that there isn’t is simply a way to make people feel more comfortable.
Likewise, a 100% satisfaction fee implies that you can get your money back if you aren’t happy with it. However, doing so is rarely as easy as it seems.
Here’s another thing.
Five dollars is a clever price (well, close to that anyway). It isn’t a whole lot of money and people tend to part with that pretty easily. After all, risking five dollars hardly seems like a big deal.
Turns out… it isn’t as simple as that.
When you go to buy the product, you are faced with this counter and paragraph of text.
With a timer trying to make you move faster it’s pretty even to overlook what the text has to say – which isn’t a good thing. Here’s the important part:
So, the five dollars is actually the price for the trial. Afterwards, you have to pay $77 and then $57 each month. All of this is automatic, so if you didn’t read the fine print, you might find yourself losing money from your account all of a sudden.
There is a second important part to the fine print too:
This means that there is a second thing that you also have to pay monthly for. Suddenly the risk isn’t so small after all.
The worst thing is that all of this information is presented in way that most people would just glance over it without reading. In fact, it seems to be designed that way. It’s an incredibly misleading and manipulative approach.
When a site goes to so much effort to manipulate, it’s highly unlikely that anything they are claiming is true.
In theory, the approach is supposed to be training for making money online, including training guides, videos and a ‘personal automated money making website’. All of that sounds more concerning than it does realistic. Oh – and you also get this:
One on one training is almost always a way to get you talking directly to a sales representative who will have a lot of extra upsells to offer. In fact, it’s very likely that you would have to purchase multiple upsells to even be able to use the system they are promoting.
And don’t forget… there is no evidence at all that the approach they are promoting even works. All of the testimonials and screenshots on the site can be easily faked, and sites like this frequently do fake them.
What About Jennifer Becker?
Jennifer isn’t mentioned on the site for Earn at Home Club itself, instead, her ‘story’ is promoted through a site called Finance Report Online. That site is nothing more than a detailed advertisement for Earn at Home Club.
The story starts off like this:
Sounds cheesy, but it could be real… right? What about this, from a different site altogether?
Patterns like this are far too common online. Sites simply recycle the same elements from one to the next to promote completely different products. So when one site is taken down or stops being popular, they can simply reuse most of the same elements to promote something new.
In fact, the person that is being presented as Jennifer Becker probably doesn’t even exist. Instead, ‘she’ is just a combination of a name, a stock image and an unrealistic story.
Actually Making Money
There really is a lot more I could say about Earn at Home Club and Jennifer Becker, but honestly, there is little point. The site thrives on manipulation and makes money off claims that are simply too good to be true.
Realistically, any site that tries to trick you into spending money is never going to be a good tool for earning money. Instead, it will simply be a waste of money and of time.
This doesn’t make earning money online impossible. It just means that you have to be careful about the programs that you invest in. In particular, you need to watch for courses that are open and honest. Some even let you try it for free, so you can look inside and decide if it's legit or a scam. If you have to pay to view the course, how else can you know!
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
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