Although I did like Arbitrage Underdog Reloaded, I like the Black Label Edition much better. Not only does it let you search through more job sites, and more locations at once, but it also does it a lot faster. At $57 the cost of this product is almost twice as much, but well worth it in my opinion. If you’re thinking of trying your hand at service-based arbitrage this tool is a must have.
This guide is all over the place. It’s more like an idea list that lays out a dozen, or so, ideas without giving any real strategy or advice on how to use them. It seems like Dan got a little excited and quickly jotted down some ideas and went back later to fill in a few pages with fluff and over-hyped content.
Endless Traffic Machine does an okay job of explaining some basic traffic strategies but it’s not an entire business plan and most of it is common knowledge. After you factor in the low quality videos and frustrating upsells I wouldn’t recommend this product to anyone.
“The IM Goofball’s Guide To $51-$74 Per Hour” is not at all what it claims to be. It’s misleading, and at those grounds alone I would not recommend it. Additionally, they try to upsell you on a $37 product that, in my opinion is highly unethical. Please, please, please do not buy this product.
The name Kelly Scott has been doing the rounds, largely associated with a site called Home Internet Careers. Like many similar sites, this one suggests that you can earn a lot of money quickly and without a lot effort. As you can probably imagine, the site is a scam site.
If you’ve been looking online for Work at Home Revenue by Michelle Robinson, you’ll find lots of references to the site, but the site itself is pretty elusive. That isn’t too surprising, because the site has already disappeared entirely.
If you ever find a site that claims you can make a lot of money quickly, you should be very wary of it. Sites use this as a way to grab the attention of their viewers, but of course, they can’t actually live up to this claim. The Home Income Program by ‘Amanda Jones’ is one example of this and as usual, the program is nothing but hype.
With so many products out there, companies have to constantly find new ways to get people to spend money. One way of doing this to trick and manipulate people. There are many ways of doing this, but one common theme is to associate the product with a name like Mary Johnson. This technique is mostly used by scams – so if you see it in action, be very wary.
You might have seen the name Theresa Andrews floating about online, associated with various suspicious looking sites, including Pay Days at Home and Online Cash Commissions. Sometimes the name is used as the person running the site, but other times it is used as in a testimonial.
If you’ve been interested in making money online, you might have seen the name Mary Taylor on a site or two. I’ve personally seen the name associated with Internet Cash Academy, but I’m sure there are others too.