I hate reviewing these things because there are so many of them. I just wanted to provide you with some quick proof that the millionaire society is a scam.
Most of what I do on One More Cup of Coffee is review products that are supposed to make you money online, and I do not want to turn my website into a “scam finder”. However, the amount of work from home scams found on Craigslist cannot be ignored. I’ve never been a big user of Craigslist for anything, but after my recent move, I’ve been looking for cheap furniture on the site, and took a quick look at the jobs listings.
In the quest for easy money, the idea that you can get paid to use Facebook has been passed around the internet. You’ll hear claims like “make money doing the things you already do every day”, claims that sound enticing to someone with no computer skills. “If you have an internet connection, you can do this!” is another one that I see a lot.
But don’t fall for these false promises and misleading advertising techniques. Let’s take a look what’s really going on.
If a product can’t even tell you what you are buying until you pay money, then it’s a scam. I have spent a significant amout of time reviewing products like this, and though I did not purcahse 7 Minute Money, I am confident that it’s not worth your time or money.
There isn’t much to the Traffic Fortune product, and it is just relatively simple training for making money through videos on Facebook. The training left a lot to be desired, and honestly, I could probably have figured out the entire thing without buying the product. Aside from that, putting affiliate links in other people’s video is unethical and probably illegal. It also isn’t likely to get you much in the way of traffic, or profits.
Safe Simple Commissions is nothing short of a scam. I would be surprised if anyone made money through following their methods of affiliate links through Facebook and Twitter. Not only is the concept bad, but it is poorly executed, and the product provides very little actual information or training.
Product Name: Mobile Money Code Product Owner: Greg Anderson AKA Ronnie Montano Discounted Price: $9 Upsells: $197, $295 Rating: SCAM What Is It? Create mobile websites for businesses and optimize websites to be seen on mobile devices. Short Review This is not a bad idea for a product, and if it had been done […]
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!
I do a lot of product reviews here on One More Cup of Coffee, and in my research, I see a lot of the same sites pop up in the top search results. Some are legit, some aren’t. Nancy Fox from NancyReviews.com is NOT. See exactly what’s wrong with her reviews, and you can decide if you want to trust them or not.