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.
For many people, the idea of making money online can be so compelling that common sense takes a back seat. That isn’t too surprising, as people may find themselves in situations where they are desperate to find any way of making money, especially if it is a quick and easy way. Jessica Marshall and other similar people on similar sites take complete advantage of this, manipulating people into spending money that they just don’t have.
A lot of websites have this habit of using a fake name, story and picture to make it seem like the person behind the site is like the person reading it. It’s a trick to make the product seem more legitimate and less like a scam. In this case, the name Debbie Jones is being used to promote a scam called Excel Cash Flow – although other sites may also use the same term.
If you want to make money online one of the most important pieces of advice is know what you are paying for. In fact, for every product out there that is worth the money they charge, there are dozens that try to scam you out of your money. Stay At Home Revenue is certainly one of these latter examples.
Linkbucks appears to be a legitimate site, but the potential to earn money through it is very minimal and takes a lot of work to get there. You are basically earning money by posting links and you need to get hundreds of clicks onto a single link to get any money from it.
Product Name: Home Job Institute Product Owner: “Mary Johnson” Advertised Price: $97 Discount Price: $47 Rating: Scam! 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 […]
This is another in a series of fake news reports about work from home opportunities. It doesn’t matter much what’s actually inside the product because all of their claims are completely false.
Home Internet Careers is promoted as a work at home solution for earning hundreds of dollars every day simply by posting links. It is a heavily hyped and completely unrealistic system, and users won’t make much money at all from it. In reality, link posting is rapidly decreasing in popularity, and it was never a good way to earn money to start off with.
Who exactly Angela Bussio is and what association she has to this product is unclear. There are several scam products related to Profit Masters Academy which we will discuss in this review. Needless to say, this is a total SCAM.
This is a very old product that has since gone offline, but they are still charging money for it! It’s supposed to teach you how to work from home, but there’s nothing inside the members area. Is it a scam? Absolutely!